Bearing of Las Vegas:
Flag of Las Vegas:
The largest and world-famous casino city of the state is Las Vegas. Vegas is now not only known for its gambling den, but it recently became one of the world’s largest entertainment and show centers, which offers relaxation for every age. The slogan of Las Vegas is: “The city, that never sleeps”. The city is the center of transportation, tourism, commerce and culture. The main street of Las Vegas is the famous esplanade, the Strip, flanked by the most famous hotels of the city, which are the main attractions of Vegas too. (The hotels are completely torn down and rebuilt after a certain period of time; our list contains the state of 2007, heading from South to North along the Strip).
Las Vegas (photo: Andrew Y.M Chin from BC, Canada)
Hotels of Las Vegas:
Four Seasons Hotel, which wins peoples heart with its classicist style
Mandalay Bay Hotel, which reminds a tropical paradise with palm trees and a wonderful spa.
Luxor Hotel, which has a vague idea of the ancient Egypt, with a fantastic pyramid-shaped hotel.
Excalibur Hotel, which cites Great Britain in the Middle Ages. It is a castle-like hotel, where they organize tournaments for knight and actors dress up in exact costumes.
Tropicana Hotel, the wonderful glass ceiling lends a luxurious perspective to the hotel.
New York New York Hotel, this complex represents New York City. It has a smaller copy of the Statue of Liberty and the skyscrapers of Manhattan.
Monte Carlo Hotel cites the atmosphere of Monaco, which is on the shore of the Mediterranean See.
MGM Grand Hotel, the largest hotel in Las Vegas and the USA as well, which satisfies everyone’s needs. The statue of a 15 meters tall lion, which is the symbol of the MGM film studio, stands in front of it.
Planet Hollywood (Aladdin Hotel), the charming New-Aladdin Hotel opened its gates in 2000. It can satisfy every last of your wishes. It is called the Planet Hollywood since 2007.
Paris Hotel is meant to cite the French capital in Vegas. It has a smaller replica of the Eiffel-tower in front of it.
Bellagio is one of the most luxurious hotels of Las Vegas. It was built in 1998. It is decorated with glass flowers in its lounge.
Caesars Palace is one of the most luxurious and famous hotel in Vegas. Its building is decorated with the copies of ancient Roman statues.
Rio Hotel is one of the highlighted spots in Las Vegas, which flushes an exotic atmosphere.
Flamingo Hilton Hotel is one of the first complexes in Vegas; it has fantastic neon lights on its façade.
Imperial Palace cites Asia in the heart of Vegas. Its entrance is a huge Asian pagoda, and it is also famous for its collection of old-timer cars.
Mirage Hotel is one of the most imposing hotels in Las Vegas. It has an imitation of an erupting volcano beside the entrance.
Venetian Hotel is a luxurious hotel complex citing Venice with its buildings and channels. It is a splendid sight.
Treasure Island, the fantastic pirate show is one of the most interesting shows in Vegas.
Wynn Resort is one of the newest giant hotels in Vegas. The 50 storey tall Wynn is astonishing.
Circus Circus Hotel draws its guests with spectacular circus performances and festivals.
Riviera Hotel cites Las Vegas of the 70-80-ties with its spectacular neon lights.
Sahara Hotel is recommended for connoisseurs. The Sahara has a desert atmosphere.
Echelon Resort (under construction in place of the former Stardust Hotel), will be opened in 2010, and it will be the 21st centurion hotel of Vegas.
CityCenter (under construction in place of the former Boardwalk H&C) is estimated to be opened in 2009. It will be the largest hotel complex in Ls Vegas with its multi storey towers.
Photos of the hotels can be found in the Photo Gallery menu.
For online hotel booking we suggest the Travelres online hotel booking system.
It’s worth to discover the other area of Vegas as well.
Showcase Mall, a popular shopping center, with a huge Coca-Cola can in front of it.
Fashion Show Mall is the largest shopping and entertainment center in Vegas
Stratosphere Tower is 350 meters tall, and it’s the tallest building in Las Vegas. There is a restaurant on the top, offering a fantastic lookout onto the city.
Fremont Street is full of shops and older and cheaper casinos. It features a giant steel ceiling over the whole street. They project fantastic light and laser shows from here after 7 PM.
Go and check out the museums of the city. The Nevada State Museum introduces the history of the state and Vegas. The Las Vegas Natural History Museum is a fascinating exhibition of natural science. The Lied Discovery Children’s Museum offers great fun for the children, and the Liberace Museum is a tribute to the formerly most famous showman in Vegas, Liberace.