Where to Stay in Las Vegas
Las Vegas, Nevada is a fantasy land for anyone who wants to make their wild dreams come true.
Rising up from the desert over a century ago, the city of sin and action hosts famous shows, world-class golf and spa resorts, Zagat rated cuisine, 5-star hotels, and of course the thrill of the casinos and nightclubs.
This city is also known for the many drive-through wedding chapels and the approximately 122,000 marriages that are performed there every year. Be sure to catch all the action after dark when the sides of many buildings light up to perform a dance of colors; some even have music set to them.
Watch a volcano erupt outside the Mirage, experience the water symphony of the Fountain Show at the Bellagio, or be serenaded through a gondola ride at the Venetian (be sure to look up at the intricately painted ceiling). Don’t forget to take a ride up to the Eiffel Tower observation deck where a panorama of the city unfolds itself for miles.
If you plan on spending most of your vacation shopping make sure you visit the Forum Shops next to Caesars Palace. Here you can window shop over 160 boutiques and experience fine dining all in one place. When night falls make sure to visit at least one of the six clubs located inside Caesars Palace. Clubs range from sophisticated jazz lounges to lively outdoor clubs.
The Venetian is an eco-friendly resort on the Las Vegas Strip with a unique Italian-themed design. The all-suite resort includes 19 international restaurants, a state-of-the-art casino, 5-acre pool deck and an Italian-style shopping mall.
Every suite at the Venetian Resort offers a spacious living room with a dining table, two 32-inch flat-screen TVs and free high-speed internet access. The large bathrooms offer marble counters and deluxe toiletries. A daily newspaper is also provided.
The Resort Venetian Hotel features 3 outdoor pools, a poolside bar and free access to the Canyon Ranch SpaClub gym. Four bars and lounges provide live nightly entertainment.
The Venetian Hotel’s indoor mall, Grand Canal Shoppes, boasts 80 boutique stores. Guests can stroll down the Italian styled streets or ride down the Grand Canal in an authentic Venetian gondola.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Set in the center of the Strip, this unique resort provides an enchanting destination amid the attractions of Las Vegas. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is less than 5 miles from McCarran International Airport.
Diverse culinary offerings led by world-renowned chefs range from Italian and French to Asian and Mexican cuisines. Resort highlights include 3 distinct pool environments, a 100,000-square-foot casino, and a desert-inspired spa.
The 2,995-room resort, opened in 2010, features oversized, private terraces accessed via large, sliding glass doors. Bright, spacious interiors provide kitchenettes, multiple flat-screen TVs, and luxurious bathrooms.