Las Vegas is the place to be, whether you're a high-stakes card player, a bachelorette party attendee, a weekend warrior or just an entertainment enthusiast. As the city has redefined itself, with famous casinos making way for mega-resorts bringing new choices to visitors, Las Vegas hotels continue to be a major part of the draw that brings the city almost 30 million annual guests.
Things to See
Las Vegas has slowly evolved from an adults-only playground on the iconic strip to a city with enough amenities, entertainment and attractions to satisfy all. On any given night, along with world-class gaming and casinos, you can catch a mesmerizing magic show, a live concert featuring some of today’s biggest musicians, or unusual performances by Blue Man Group or Cirque du Soleil. Don’t forget to check with your concierge buying tickets to popular shows—many Las Vegas hotels offer guest discounts. Adrenaline junkies enjoy Vegas Indoor Skydiving and the Exotic Driving Experience, where anyone can drive three supercars on a closed racetrack. If speed isn't your thing, you can take a Las Vegas Bus Tour to learn everything about the city's storied, rich history.
Hotels in Las Vegas
Las Vegas hotels are in a class of their own with guest offerings. Whether you're looking to relax next to an opulent swimming pool, dine at seemingly endless buffets, try your luck at a glitzy casino resort or dance until the sun comes up, you’ll find what you’re looking for among the city’s 43 luxury hotels without having to spend a fortune.
Where to Stay
The world-famous Strip, still the most popular place to enjoy the never-ending excitement of Las Vegas, has hotels that cater to all. While some enjoy being in the middle of the action, those who prefer a low-key experience can find even more hotels just a few blocks from the Strip many of which offer a more affordable price and level of luxury.
How to Get to Las Vegas
McCarran International Airport, located across from Mandalay Bay inside the city limits, serves Las Vegas and the surrounding area. Many hotels offer guests complimentary airport pickups and free guest shuttles to popular destinations. The city also has a24-hour public bus, plenty of taxis, and a Monorail that commutes visitors up and down Las Vegas Boulevard to various city highlights.