The Las Vegas Strip
In Las Vegas, the hotels are the attractions! Each with their own selection of gastronomic restaurants, extravagant theatres, mile long casino floors, mind blowing nightclubs, luxurious spas, indulgent shopping malls and gob-smacking attractions.
With many hotels boasting international themes, a stroll along The Strip will take you around the world! Check out exploding volcanoes, Venetian canals and world-class art galleries all on one street. Visit one of the world's biggest hotels- the MGM Grand! And take a camera, because no one at home will believe what you've seen.
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Downtown Las Vegas
A well-priced alternative to The Strip, the smaller-sized hotels of Downtown Las Vegas are packed with excellent value and entertainment. Downtown is home to "The Fremont Street Experience" - a free evening show (on the hour) featuring an overhead light canopy stretching the length of five football fields.
The world's biggest LCD screen comes to life with spectacular animations set to concert quality sound. Ten hotel casinos are located under the canopy itself. Couple this with 99c margaritas, $3.99 all-you-can-eat buffets and $1 minimum bets at the tables and you can't go wrong!
For families or for people planning a longer stay, apartment hotels are a great way to go. These may have more than one bedroom as well as a lounge room, washing machine and kitchen facilities. When using our accommodation search function above, select the term "timeshare" as accommodation type, as this is the category they are listed under.
To escape the city's hustle and bustle, you only need to travel a little way out of Las Vegas to find peaceful surroundings and a range of top-quality accommodation. Enjoy tranquil desert settings and easy access to some of the most spectacular natural attractions in the Western US.p>
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