Highlights of the Bellagio are its fountains, offering a music and water show for much of the day at the hotel´s lake. This fountain, which opened in 1998, consists of more than 1,200 jets which move to a melody that is difficult to repeat because the repertoire includes 30 songs. It passes by every 3 to 6 minutes.
Located on the right bank of the strip, 3355 Las Vegas Boulevard, The Venetian is one of the most famous casinos in the city of Las Vegas, and in the Nevada desert. I must say it is particularly impressive with its faithful recreation of famous Italian buildings, such as the Rialto Place Saint Marc, Campanile, and much more! There are even gondolas and gondoliers, and the scenery is great! :)
Surely, my favorite hotel in Las Vegas. Despite not staying there, from all the ones I saw it was the one I liked best for its construction, theme, for its halls under the carton sky that look like those of Rome..Also there are good restaurants, it is well located and has big shows. Don´t doubt in staying here,
At first, I thought it would be uncomfortable to stay here, and then the staff assured me that it was very comfortable with lots of amenities within the pyramid itself. It's like a real town. The service was very good, and I'm sure that someday I will for stay longer with more money, since it is expensive to see so many attractions. It was a pleasure being there, but it was a business trip.
Another spectacular hotel. With the Eiffel Tower on the outside, the hotel is on the inside. Here you find the nicest casino in all of Vegas and, the streets look like those which you walk on in Paris under the sky, surrounded by stores and restaurants. One of my favorite hotels in the city of lights.
The exterior is much more impressive (it looks like Merlin's castle), than the interior where, as one would expect, the casino is located. Excalibur is one of the best known hotels in Las Vegas. With its colourful towers, its drawbridge entrance with Merlin's statue, it is essential to see it when you walk through Las Vegas.
Surely, one of the world's greatest hotels. From the outside it is really impressive with its recreation of the American city skyscrapers and even a replication of the Statue of Liberty. And inside does not disappoint, especially with the area looking exactly like New York, with its shops and restaurants and places to have a walk.
The first impression when entering the Mirage the feeling that it was an old hotel. A hotel that has not had much maintenance budget. I think that feeling was the result of seeing so many hotels all around that were impeccable on the Strip. It opened in the year 1989 and was once the most expensive hotel ever constructed at a cost of $630 million and a little more than 3000 rooms. To be constructed it used according to estimates, the hotel had to generate $ 1 million per day to repay the loan in 7 years. The hotel generated so much money that its debt could be paid within 18 months. The golden color of the windows is as real gold used for staining. The hotel has an artificial volcano that has a show every night. To cover the smell of the fuel used in the volcano, using an artificial scent of pina colada. This is connected to the Treasure Island hotel through a free tram. The poster Mirage is the sign of the world's biggest hotel. It is definitely a recommended hotel to visit, even though it needs a "facelift".
The Circus Circus has 3374 rooms, 3 pools and 10,000 square feet of casino, plus a permanent circus and the Adventuredome, an indoor amusement park that is 20,000 square meters long, covered by the largest dome in the America. This park has over 25 attractions and has a roller coaster with two loops. The price of the rides ranges from 4 to $ 7, although there is a daily fee to enter and go on everything for just $ 24.95.
A beautiful hotel inside and outside. It is owned by the MGM Group. It has over 3000 rooms, opened in 1996, has lovely details, but the games room smells slightly of cigarettes and is an unventilated environment. The suites have Italian marble floors and cherry cabinets.
The trip from San Diego to Las Vegas saw us encountering temps greater than 45 Celsius, desert landscapes with pink and gray mountains in the distance. The entrance to the city was an oasis with all the casinos. Nothing compared to 1855, when the city was annexed to the US and Mormon missionaries tried to convert the Indian population. I stayed in the Hard Rock for three days and loved the hotel. The decor is rock star inspired, has at least thee swimming pools, tattoo studios, and a jewelry store, not to mention the casino and restaurants.
I had the opportunity to access to the flamingo's pool party. Undoubtedly I will repeat if I come back to Vegas in the future. Amazing music but absolutely crowded. Famous DJs, like Tiësto, bring the rhythm to the pool every week.
The net was something I will never forget because it was not I was a minor and my brother and I had to go to the casinos secretly. After returning to out bedrooms served we saw that the air did not work and other problems and were given a residential suite with jacuzzi =) . We left the shopping area and went to Starbucks, I thought it was very much a thing to do for old people even though I was a minor. There are many things to do, like go on the new york New York roller coaster which was fun and the food was good.
Treasure Island is a fantastic theme for a Las Vegas casino. However, it's true that the outside is the most flamboyant, with the pirate ship and booty. The inside is not as spectacular, but has all you need for a great stay.
The 1.8 billion dollar hotel has an amazing facade. Along with The Venetian, it is the largest hotel complex in the world: more than 7000 rooms. Opened in late 2007, has Lamborghini and Barney's New York shops inside but no wedding chapel. It has internal communication with its sister hotel The Venetian. The inside of the hotel reminded me of Patio Bullrich of Buenos Aires ... luxury. But there was nothing that surprised or dismayed me. There were umbrellas hanging from the ceiling and fountains.
Opened in 1999 with a parade of Harley-Davidsons, this hotel, operated by the MGM group, cost nearly a billion dollars and has over 3,300 rooms and 24 restaurants. It is a typical Caribbean hotel, with guests in flip flops, and a relaxed atmosphere. This is where Miss Universe took place in 2010. A free monorail connects it to the Luxor and Excalibur hotels. The top 5 floors of the building are operated by the Las Vegas Four Seasons Hotel. The property has 4.5 acres of artificial beaches and two thermal pools, a wave pool and an artificial river complete with waterfall. It has a saltwater aquarium with sharks (the 3rd largest water tank in the USA). It costs $17 to visit.
This is the hotel where I stayed in Las Vegas. It was alright, but it was kind of old and not as nicely decorated as the other big hotels. However, it has everything you need, like a pool and a casino. The rooms are fairly large. It's a place that I would recommend because the price is more affordable than any other of the large hotels in the city.
We were in Las Vegas for the first few days of April 2010. We only had four days to enjoy this wonderful city. We stayed at the Fairfield Inn Las Vegas Airport. My parents, my sister and I stayed in the same room. The room had super comfortable beds and the bathroom was spotless. Despite being near the airport, we didn't hear the planes at all. It is located about 7 blocks from the strip, but the hotel provides a free shuttle to and from the hotel / airport / North Strip/ South Strip at almost any time. It also offers a full American breakfast and a swimming pool. The atmosphere is very cozy. Highly recommended.
The ARIA is one of the most exclusive hotels in Las Vegas. In fact, many of the upper-tier suites have their own private butlers. The rooms have multiple bathrooms, in-suite gym, jacuzzi, Turkish bath and a second floor where is the bed and other rooms. A 650-square meter suite can cost upwards of $6000 a night, a luxury that only a few can afford.