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Holidays in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Holidays

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Holidays in Las Vegas

Looking to trade the daily grind for adventure and inspiration? Now's the time to make your Las Vegas plans a reality!

With as many as 600,000 residents, you're sure to make plenty of new friends!

Nevada's capital, Carson City, is 330 miles away from Las Vegas, while Henderson lies 13 miles away.

If you've heard about Las Vegas, you'll almost certainly know about Hoover Dam and the Las Vegas Convention Center. Why don't you take this opportunity to experience them for yourself?

If you're holidaying with the whole family, outings to Adventuredome Theme Park and the Discovery Children's Museum will most definitely be popular. If that isn't enough to wear the young ones out, why not visit the High Roller or Kids Quest at Avi Resort & Casino as well?

Lean your head against the glass and watch a variety of underwater creatures as they navigate the tanks at Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay.

Your kids will be filled with excitement and awe during a visit to the Southern Nevada Zoo. They'll experience a firsthand look at how its animals behave while learning about what it takes to look after them.

There's not much like a few hours at a casino to kick start your festive spirit! Take on the baccarat dealer and watch the high-stakes gamblers or simply walk around and absorb the sights and sounds at the Sam's Town and the Green Valley Ranch Casino. For even more fun, go to the Boulder Station Casino and the Bellagio Casino.

Spend a relaxing day exploring the Ethel M Botanical Cactus Gardens or Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, where you will find a wide range of plant and flower species.

Lay out a blanket and watch the clouds pass overhead at a green space like Red Rock Canyon and Sunset Park. Desert Breeze Park and Lake Mead National Recreation Area are also popular meeting points for both visitors and locals.

Gaze at the beautiful vistas as you observe the occasional ripple brush the smooth water at Snag Lake.

If you're looking to recharge your batteries, there are a range of nature parks and reserves to explore. Ease your way into it with a breath of clean air in the invigorating surroundings at Toiyabe National Forest or Spring Mountain Ranch State Park. For a little bit more breathing space, head over to Las Vegas Springs Preserve and Floyd Lamb State Park.

After captivating displays? Head straight for the Clark County Museum and Ethel M Chocolates Factory. Don't forget to ask the friendly staff about guided tours. The Boulder City Hoover Dam Museum and the Mob Museum are also leading alternatives.

Step inside a world of science innovation and discovery at Planetarium Observatory. Ask about a tour or simply let the gizmos and gadgets themselves do the talking. If you've awoken the science nerd within, make the Las Vegas Yucca Mountain Science Center your next stop. It will certainly keep your brain buzzing.

You needn't be an explorer to witness all of the astonishing wonders of the natural world, especially when you've got the Las Vegas Natural History Museum. This place is brimming with unique specimens and captivating displays.

In a destination filled to the brim with impressive art exhibitions, the Neon Museum and the Marjorie Barrick Museum somehow manage to stand a head taller than the rest. The Arts Factory and the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art should also be on your radar.

Take an amazing journey into the past at the Nevada State Museum and Historical Society and the Clark County Heritage Museum. Both exhibits pride themselves on making the city's rich history relevant and entertaining to audiences.

Make sure you have Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park and Bonnie Springs Old Nevada on your radar if you're keen to experience the city's historic sites. If you're eager for more, also make your way to the Benjamin Bugsy Siegel Plaque.

You can enjoy a fill of both local faith and history at Little White Wedding Chapel and Grace Community Church. If you're happy to discover even more, continue on to Guardian Angel Cathedral and Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Las Vegas Temple.

When you're on the road, it's sometimes the less flashy sites that'll replay in your memories once you're home. Two cases in point here are Town Square Las Vegas and the Clark County Library. The Las Vegas Library and the Nellis Air Force Base are two more options.

Hotels in Las Vegas

It won't take you long to secure a comfortable hotel in Las Vegas. There are no less than 170 properties currently on ebookers' travel guide.

Full-time backpackers and other conserving travellers will find a room rate that suits their budget at the Travelodge Las Vegas Center Strip and the Candlewood Suites Las Vegas. Theses accommodations are proof that good service doesn't have to come at the cost of an arm or leg. However, if you're the sort of person who likes to live a little when you're away from home, The SKYLOFTS at MGM Grand or the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas will more than fit the bill.

Of course, another great option is to stay near the University of Nevada-Las Vegas. You can do this by booking in at the Embassy Suites Las Vegas, just 0.5 miles away. Also popular is the Best Western McCarran Inn, 0.7 miles away.

Top Las Vegas attractions

  • The Bellagio Fountains is a display of dancing water choreographed to music. A show starts every 15 minutes.
  • The Beatles - Love - Cirque du Soleil is a must see for Beatles fans. The show celebrates the band's music in a unique way.
  • Vegas Indoor Skydiving is a thrilling experience. Enjoy the sensation of skydiving from 22 feet in the air.
  • Titanic: The Artefact Exhibition is a museum dedicated to the historic ship with many authentic Titanic artefacts on display.
  • Bodies: The Exhibition is located at the Luxor and is a unique and educational display of the human body.
  • The Eiffel Tower Experience, located at the Paris casino, is a smaller-scale version of the real thing and provides a unique view of the city.
  • The Fremont Street Experience, located on Fremont Street, is a pedestrian mall with a large barrel vault canopy. Light shows are broadcast on the canopy nightly, accompanied by music.
  • M&M's World is dedicated to everything to do with the famous chocolate candies. This 28,000 foot entertainment complex is great for kids.
  • Imperial Palace Auto Collection is a display of over 800 classic automobiles. It is a must-see for car lovers.
  • The Venetian Casino is an extraordinary and beautiful casino with painted ceilings that everyone will be able to appreciate.
The Strip

Let’s face it: ‘The Strip’ is what everyone goes to Vegas for. What other road has the Eiffel tower, the Empire State Building, and a 50-ton bronze lion all within walking distance? The dizzying neon lights and often-photographed ‘Welcome to fabulous Las Vegas’ sign will tell you that you’ve made it to the wildest holiday of your life. The post-weekend hangover will be the confirmation.

Bellagio Fountains

Before you go inside to hit the slots, pause to catch the fountain show outside the Bellagio casino. At regular intervals day and night, over a thousand cleverly-illuminated plumes of water dance to a mixture of opera, swing and Christmas carols. The casino front and fountains have featured in several Hollywood films, including Ocean’s 11.


You couldn’t have an exhibition of marine life in Las Vegas without something special. Shark Reef’s underwater glass passageway goes deep into a giant water tank to provide ‘bottom-up’ views of rays, turtles, sharks and even the odd diver (yes, that’s available too). The aquarium also has interesting educational and environmental programs.

Liberace Museum

Walter Valentino Liberace was the ultimate showman, and this ultra-kitsch museum ensures his flamboyant style will not be forgotten. Giant mock pages of sheet music and piano keys adorn the outside of the building, which contains some of Liberace’s outrageous belongings. If you can look past the mirror-tiled piano and sequinned outfits, several records show off the entertainer’s lesser-known philanthropic streak.

Atomic Testing Museum

It’s not the most obvious theme for a museum, but it was only half a century ago that the nearby Nevada desert was a major site used for testing nuclear weaponry. The museum offers a detailed and well-presented review of the ‘atomic age’, and invites visitors to experience the sensation of a bomb explosion from inside a test bunker.

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Insider tips for Las Vegas travel

  • The top of the Stratosphere Tower: at 1,149 feet, you will see Las Vegas' beauty in its entirety.
  • The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art has an extensive collection of exquisite art from around the world.
  • Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum has an impressive collection of wax sculptures of celebrities past and present.
  • The Shark Reef Aquarium, located at Mandalay Bay, has numerous sharks and other ocean creatures to enjoy, plus a walk-through tunnel.
  • Fremont Street is located downtown and is home to famous old casinos, such as The Golden Nugget, Binions, and Fitzgerald's.

Best time to go on holiday to Las Vegas

Several factors should be considered when traveling to Las Vegas, including the weather, holidays, and major entertainment. Las Vegas is located in the desert and receives little precipitation. The summer can be quite warm: the average temperature is 37ºC or higher from June to August. More mild temperatures can be expected between October and April, when temperatures range between 15ºC and 28ºC. Las Vegas doesn't really have an off-season, but you may want to avoid taking your holiday during July 4th (Independence Day), holiday weekends, and Valentine's Day. Most major entertainment such as celebrity performers are year round, but a specific performer may take a break, so it's recommended that you check their schedule.

Las Vegas highlights

Chance Your Luck in the Casinos

Whether you want to bet some loose change or sit with the high rollers, you’ll find an option in Las Vegas. In fact, it will probably find you: from penny slot machines to blackjack tables to the location of the toilets, everything is designed to encourage playing. Most casinos are open for business 24 hours, and offer free drinks. There’s no point trying to resist, so come prepared to lose, and you never know when luck might strike.

Marry on a Whim

There’s nothing like a ring on your finger to remind you of your hedonistic holiday. Chapels are almost as common as casinos in Las Vegas, and have witnessed the coming together of many celebrity couples. Elvis-themed and drive-through are now the staples on the wedding menu, but you can also say your vows on the Starship Enterprise (complete with klingons as witnesses) or in a hot-air balloon.

Experience Zero Gravity

Before you come back down to Earth with a bump, try a flight into space. Some aircraft can reconstruct a short period of zero gravity with special flying manoeuvres, and ‘Zero G’ has brought the experience to Las Vegas. Passengers experience varying degrees of weightlessness—from moon-style walking to a full float — during the 90 minute round trip. It’s not a cheap activity, but then this isn’t a place to visit if you are not willing to splurge.

See a Show

From magic to musicals, boxing to ballet, the entertainment options are endless. Global names like David Copperfield and Cirque du Soleil are regulars at the MGM Grand, which also occasionally hosts championship boxing matches.

Reenergise at a Spa

If you are staying for longer than a couple of days, you’ll need to recharge the batteries. Luckily, most of the casinos have their own spas, each with their own lavish design. The Canyon Ranch Club is a must-visit. On top of excellent massages, its ‘aquavana’ suite offers all sorts of water-related therapies, including rain showers that can be set to ‘Caribbean storm’ or ‘cool fog’.

Where to stay in Las Vegas

For style and elegance, try the Cosmopolitan Hotel of Las Vegas. Each of the nearly 3,000 rooms has a private terrace with commanding views of the neon madness below. Studios with kitchenettes are available for those who want more freedom, while plasma televisions come as standard.

The name says it all at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino. The sprawling complex includes a concert arena, a 740-seat theatre, and a lion habitat. Special upgrades include ‘Celebrity Spa’ suites—featuring a whirlpool bath—and the hi-tech ‘West Wing’ room. Reserve this one well in advance: the hotel is so popular that the maximum stay is 14 days.

The iconic Bellagio Hotel is one of the most recognised resorts in the world. Once you check in, there will be very few reasons to leave—there is even a fine-art gallery and shopping centre inside. Rooms start at deluxe and get increasingly luxurious. Big spenders might consider the Penthouse Suite on a private floor.

Soak up the opulence of ancient Rome at Caesars Palace Hotel. All rooms are decked out in marble, but come with all the amenities a modern emperor could want. The spectacular ‘Garden of the Gods’ swimming area includes eight pools—and even a swim-up blackjack table for those who can’t wait to get gaming.

You can get above it all at the Stratosphere Casino Hotel & Tower, the tallest building in Western USA. From the upper deck, you can see beyond The Strip out into the Nevada valley. For the ultimate thrill, the amusement park rides are over 100 floors up.

How to move around in Las Vegas

From the Airport

It’s probably no coincidence that the McCarran International Airport is near the Southern point of The Strip, making it easy to go straight from plane to game once you land. For $5, a shuttle service will run you up the main boulevard.

Getting Around the City

Monorails will take you up and down The Strip quickly and comfortably. The LV Monorail ($5) runs until the early hours of the morning, stopping at most of the major spots. All-day passes are also available from $12.

Shorter monorail shuttles are run by the companies that own several casinos on The Strip and will whisk you from one resort to the other for free.

The local bus network provides access to the downtown area, which is a short journey from The Strip. The ‘Deuce’ service ($2) connects the two areas and runs continuously all through the day and night.

To cruise the main drag your own way, consider one of many Las Vegas car hire options. This also provides the freedom to take a break from the bright lights and visit other areas of the city and surrounding area, including the breathtaking Grand Canyon.

An alternative is to act like a big player, hire a limousine, and be chauffeur-driven for a night. Bear in mind that traffic on The Strip and surrounding areas can be torturous at certain times of the day.

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4.0 out of 5.0
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4.0 out of 5.0
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