Hotels & Motels in Las Vegas, NV


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Fremont Street

Fremont Street

Las Vegas, NV

Billed as the "Fremont Street Experience," this mostly involves walking the length of downtown Las Vegas's Fremont Street while zipliners zoom overhead and the domed ceiling explodes in psychedelic patterns to the beat of Pat Benatar songs. There are elderly Elvis impersonators the color of Tan Mom, there are middle-aged tourists in cargo shorts drinking tall boys wrapped in paper bags, there are street artists and live bands and random costumed dancers and 99-cent fried Twinkies. There are also a dozen or so awesome bars and restaurants, check out my Downtown Vegas guide for those.

Top Hotels & Motels in Las Vegas, NV



Hotels & Motels in Las Vegas, NV
Bellagio

Bellagio

3600 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas


Whether you're staying at the Bellagio or not, you must take a few minutes to stop and watch the famous fountains--they dance to music every 15 or 30 minutes, depending on the…
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Hands On Massage & Spa

Hands On Massage & Spa

8335 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas


Brutal - not only did the therapist NOT do anything I requested, but upon leaving the front desk rep offered me a 50% off coupon for my initial visit for being local - great, but…
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MGM Grand Hotel & Casino

MGM Grand Hotel & Casino

3799 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas


With a price tag rumored to be as much as $200 million, it's no wonder the MGM's brand new, wildly over the top (in a very good way) Hakkasan nightclub (and restaurant) attracts…
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Excalibur Hotel Casino

Excalibur Hotel Casino

3850 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas


This place is a nerd and chick magnet. Since they've gotten in The Thunder from Down Under it's a great place to sit around after a show and look at the turned on women. Take your…
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Mandalay Bay Resort And Casino

Mandalay Bay Resort And Casino

3950 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas


Anything the Mandalay does involving a pool is bound to be spectacular and their brand new Daylight Beach Club is no exception--created in the image of infamous Ibi-tha, thousands…
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New York-New York Hotel & Casino

New York-New York Hotel & Casino

3790 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas


My favorite outside looking hotel. It just looks so cool. I tend to eat here a lot too. Lots of good eateries like Nine Fine Irishman and Boardwalk Burgers.
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Circus Circus Hotel

Circus Circus Hotel

2880 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas


Everything here is old, pink, and sparkly. It has a lot of stuff for kids so I avoid this hotel unless with friends with kids. At the end of the strip closer to old town, but you…
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Mt. Charleston Lodge

Mt. Charleston Lodge

1200 Old Park Rd, Las Vegas


The chicken quesadillas and fish&chips were both very good!
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Best Western Parkview Inn

Best Western Parkview Inn

921 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas


In ShortSince 1946, this Phoenix, Ariz.-based hotel chain has provided guests with comfortable accommodations. Its BestRequests program offers 16 of the most frequently requested…
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Pearl Concert Ater

Pearl Concert Ater

4321 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas


In ShortIntimate theater is perhaps the best place in Las Vegas to see a live show. The Pearl can hold up to 2,500 concert-goers and the farthest seat is just 120 feet from the…
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Bellagio. Whether you're staying at the Bellagio or not, you must take a few minutes to stop and watch the famous fountains--they dance to music every 15 or 30 minutes, depending on the day/time. But if you really need to impress someone, reserve a Strip-facing king corner suite at this artpiece of a hotel. Put a bottle of champagne on ice, take a bubble bath for two in the enormous tub looking out over all of Las Vegas, and watch the famous Bellagio fountains erupt against the backdrop of Paris' Eiffel Tower together. You'll find it hard to leave the room, but at least venture down to the pool for a piƱa colada and a dip, and maybe to Olives restaurant for the spring pea mezzaluna. … read more