May 25, 2019 - May 26, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Las Vegas, Nevada, often referred to as just Vegas is famous for its unparalleled nightlife scene. The Fremont Street Experience and the Vegas strip are lined with hotels, casinos, night clubs, fine dining and shopping. Situated in the Mojave desert, Las Vegas enjoys a sunny climate all year, making this a wonderful tourist destination.
Although Vegas is mostly known for its casinos and gambling culture, there is much more to this exciting city! Many hotels offer amazing performances including Cirque du Soleil. There is also a vibrant art scene in Downtown Arts District and is home to several museums. The Smith Center for the Performing Arts hosts Broadway shows, opera, ballet and other live entertainment.
There is so much to experience in Las Vegas, and Skyscanner is here to help you select the best accommodations for your stay! Easily sort listings by price, stars, amenities, hotel brands and more to find the perfect hotel for your individual needs.
The majority of hotels in Las Vegas are located along the Vegas Strip, and around downtown. This puts you within walking distance of all the major attractions, and allows for easy access between destinations!
On average, standard hotel rooms in Las Vegas are approximately $150-$300 a night. High end hotels, suites, or peak seasons during the year can add on extra costs.
Absolutely! Many of the hotels in Vegas are one of a kind, and exploring these unique buildings is an experience itself. The Egyptian inspired Luxor is a giant glass pyramid with a sphinx guarding the entrance. New York New York depicts the famous city’s skyline, The Statue of Liberty and even has a roller coaster named The Big Apple! The Venetian transports you to Italy with complete with indoor canals with gondolas.
There is something for everyone in Las Vegas, including accommodations to suit your needs . The Bellagio is the epitome of luxury hotels, standard rooms come with marble tubs and custom artwork, adding to the sophisticated experience. In addition to the casino, you can enjoy the botanical conservatory and fine art gallery. The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas features rooms with floor to ceiling windows peering over the strip (some with balconies), 3 pools, a casino, dog park, and other luxe amenities.
Many of the hotels listed above are well suited for families and offer amenities such as complimentary cribs, stowaway beds, and baby proofing kits upon request. The Trump International Hotel offers special gifts for children, and babysitting and grocery shopping arrangements can be made upon request.
Had a wonderful time in Vegas will be returning soon! Summer months are the best, but it was very hot!
Is it really necessary to add yet another obvious, obnoxious online rating especially about VEGAS? Vegas is Vegas. You shouldn’t be reading these reviews, what you should be doing is taking your credit card out and booking yourself a 3-4 night LV adventure.
So much to do besides gambling. Tour the different casinos for the ambiance. Take a boat trip in the Venetian, be sure to look at the ceilings in the mai courtyard.
Las Vegas is worth visiting and living in Las Vegas is nice too. Living here is great because you can visit everything all the time.