Bellagio Hotel Las Vegas Review

The Bellagio Las Vegas knows how to do luxury, in fact they’ve earned a AAA Five Star Diamond Award. The Bellagio opened in 1998 and was instantly considered one of the most luxurious hotels on the Las Vegas Strip. Their luxury lies in grace and elegance most exemplified by their world famous fountains. Bellagio is […]

Mandalay Bay Hotel Review

Mandalay Bay on the Las Vegas Strip is a luxury hotel owned by the MGM Mirage. Oddly enough the top four floors are used by the Four Seasons Hotel but the rest are open to Mandalay Bay guests. In addition, there is a 43 story tower connected to Mandalay Bay which contains the hotel at […]

Best Spas in Las Vegas

It’s true Las Vegas is considered the entertainment capital of the U.S. However, it is also the location for some of the best pampering you’ll ever find. Unwinding at one of their great spas is a more relaxing way to spend part of your vacation in the city of lights and action. We’ve compiled some […]

Palazzo Hotel in Las Vegas – Travel Photo of the Moment

The Travel Photo of the Moment is of the The Palazzo Hotel The Palazzo Hotel is one of the best places to stay on the Las Vegas Strip. The hotel’s rooms range from classy “Bella Suites” (Two Queen beds), to luxurious Prestige Suites for those looking to enhance their stay. The hotel hosts an ever-changing supply […]

Exploring Fremont Street in Las Vegas

Fremont Street in Las Vegas is one of the most famous–and most colorful–streets in the world. Founded in 1905, it was named for American explorer, soldier, and Senator John Charles Fremont. Today the thoroughfare is closed to vehicles to encourage visitors to explore the many attractions there. Here is just a sampling of what you’ll […]

Las Vegas Luxor Hotel

The Luxor in Las Vegas was one of the first fully themed hotels on the strip with its ancient Egyptian décor. Building for this pyramid shaped hotel began in 1991, the same year Treasure Island and the MGM Grand broke ground. In 2007 the hotel was renovated and many of the ancient Egyptian touches were […]

Free Things to Do in Las Vegas

Las Vegas may have a reputation of being a place where money flows freely, but the city actually offers a large number of things to see and do without spending a dime. Below are just a few free ideas: Watch the free casino shows. Most of the major casinos offer some sort of entertainment for […]

Hot Night Clubs and Dance Clubs in Las Vegas

There is no denying that Las Vegas is the city that never sleeps. For this reason, it is important to know the ins and outs of the hottest night clubs in the area. As you can imagine there are quite a few options to choose from. Fortunately, if you know which clubs are best you […]

Wynn Hotel Review

Opened in the spring of 2005, the Wynn Las Vegas is one of Las Vegas’ tallest buildings. Once the site of the legendary Desert Inn Resort, the 215-acre property combines the “Old Las Vegas” tradition with new technology, such as high-speed Internet connections and VOIP technology, in all of the guest rooms. Named for the […]

Hotel Review – New York New York Hotel & Casino Las Vegas

New York New York Hotel & Casino on the Las Vegas Strip uses the theme to create an environment that oozes New York City in many ways. The first and most obvious way is the architecture which features several skyscrapers, the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building. There is even a half scale replica […]

Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum in Las Vegas

It seems only fitting in Las Vegas to be able to putt with Tiger Woods, shoot a scene with Cameron Diaz, and marry George Clooney all in one location. In fact, all of that is possible–sort of–and more at Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum, located inside the Venetian Hotel and Casino along the Las Vegas Strip.

Las Vegas Excalibur Hotel Review

The Excalibur Hotel, the medieval-themed, castle-shaped hotel in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, may not be the most glamorous accommodation in the city, but the dependable Excalibur offers good, solid value for money in a prime Vegas location. The hotel is also one of the more family-friendly places to stay on the Las […]

Hot Las Vegas Restaurants

Las Vegas: It’s a city of celebrity chefs and and All-U-Can-Eat buffets and everything in between. Here’s a look at 20 of the best, ranging from the best sandwich shop in town to the priciest among the priciest gourmet fare.

Bellagio Fountain

In the midst of the Las Vegas desert is a spectacular oasis like no other on earth. The Bellagio Fountains made their Las Vegas debut in 1998 when Steve Wynn opened his magnificent Bellagio hotel. The opening night featured VIPs from around the world who paid a reported $1000 for an individual or $3500 for […]

Las Vegas Golf Courses

There is way more to do in Las Vegas than gamble, see a show or frequent the buffets. In fact, the warm weather and award winning golf courses might make Las Vegas the best place to plan a golfing vacation. But, be warned, many golfers testing out the local golf courses have sought out realtors and purchased […]

Hotel Review – Las Vegas Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Located slightly off the strip, the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino was built in 1995 by one of the co founders of the Hard Rock Café. The hotel has undergone two extensive expansions since and now rests on 16.7 acres. Of note, The Who’s bassist John Entwistle died in the hotel in 2002, although the […]

Museums in Las Vegas

When you think of Las Vegas you think of gambling, showgirls, casinos, Cirque du Soleil, drinking and hookers. But Las Vegas actually has lot more to offer the culturally minded soul as the city is full of museums that range from the standard natural history museum to a pinball museum and everything in between. The […]

Historic Landmarks in Las Vegas

Gambling casinos, lavish acts and spectacular shows are the things that first come to mind when thinking about a trip to Las Vegas. However, there are enough landmarks and historical sites to keep a history buff or sight seer interested for days. For newer architectural views, the casinos have quite a few extraordinary offerings in […]

Circus Circus Hotel Review Las Vegas

Circus Circus Las Vegas first popped up on the strip in 1968 and originally featured a traditional American style circus but in 1997 the hotel changed its theme to a Quebec Cirque du Soleil style circus and added a 35 story tower. The hotel is much more kid friendly than most on the strip and […]

Top Dance Clubs in Las Vegas

Las Vegas no longer means just gambling the night away, now you can really get your groove on in this happening city. Las Vegas simply isn’t what it used to be, buffets are expensive, hotels are pricey and have much more than just one-armed bandits, and a chic young crowd has taken over and no […]