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The Las Vegas Strip is the main street of Las Vegas, offering boundless entertainment opportunities through gambling, restaurants, shows and more. Visitors with money to spend and the energy for nightlife will get the most out of The Strip, although there are attractions around for families and travelers on a budget as well.



While growth was seen in the Strip by the 1940s, the earliest developments were by the early 30s. Later, organized crime was commonplace in the Strip, which then stopped by the 1970s and 80s. Because of that, corporations began taking up the spotlight, with many modern resorts being built by them.

Get in


Harry Reid Airport is just southeast of the Strip, though the terminal is at the other side of the runway. While it seems like it may be walkable when exiting the airport, a ride (by cab, rideshare, or public transit) will be necessary.

If you opt for the bus, the CX (Centennial Express) service takes you from the airport to the intersection of Flamingo and the Strip. If you need to go north or south from there, take the Deuce service. These two are also your options if you're coming in from Downtown Las Vegas. See the RTC website for exact routes and schedules.

It's not as much of an issue in the age of rideshare apps, but if a taxi driver asks "do you want to take the tunnel?" the answer is "No, use Tropicana Avenue". Using the tunnel can double your short cab ride to The Strip.

Get around

Map of Las Vegas/The Strip

On foot


Be advised that walking much farther than the adjacent resort can quickly become quite a hike, even if your destination appears to be close by. The resorts are very large and tall, creating the illusion that they are just a short distance away. Walking along The Strip in daytime summer heat can quickly become quite exhausting.

By rideshare


Note that rideshare vehicles often have a different pickup zone than cabs, at some resorts it is not at or near the front of the facility. Use the map in your app of choice, and signage in the resort to find your way to the pickup area. Rideshares are not allowed to pick up or drop off passengers on Las Vegas Blvd.

By bus


The Deuce is a double decker bus that travels between The Strip and Downtown along Las Vegas Blvd. While this seems like a convenient and affordable alternative to taxis and car rentals at just $8 for a 24 hour pass, service frequency is just 15-20 minutes. Lack of dedicated infrastructure, and slow boarding times mean that a car ride of just 15 minutes to get to Downtown can become a 40-50 minute slog in peak weekend traffic.

By tram


There are two tram options on The Strip, although they are not connected: The Aria Express connects three properties on the West side of The Strip, while the Las Vegas Monorail connects 7 stops totalling 10 destinations on the East side of The Strip.

Las Vegas Monorail


The Las Vegas Monorail starts at the Sahara at the northern end of the strip, and travels 3.9 miles south to the MGM Grand. The journey along the entire line takes 13 minutes, and the stops are listed below:

  • Sahara
  • Westgate
  • Convention Center
  • Harrah's & The Linq
  • Flamingo & Caesars Palace
  • Horseshoe & Paris
  • MGM Grand

Single ride fare is $5 and multi-day passes are available for $9-13 per day.

Aria Express


The Aria Express runs just 620m from the back of the Bellagio in the north, to the back of the Park MGM in the south. There is one intermediate stop at the Aria Resort/The Shops at Crystals. No fare is required.

By car


Expect traffic jams on the Strip, especially on weekends. If you're driving to a casino hotel at the Strip, take the I-15 or one of the north-south parallel streets to get as close to your destination as possible. The parking lots of casino hotels are usually accessible from the side streets, so you won't need to spend time sitting on the Strip at all.



At the Mirage

  • 1 Aquarium at the Mirage, 3400 S. Las Vegas Blvd. 24 hours. There is an impressive aquarium behind the check-in counter. Nearby, the atrium of the hotel beneath the dome has a miniature rainforest, with towering palm trees and waterfalls. Free. The Mirage Aquarium (Q61840935) on Wikidata
  • 2 Volcano at the Mirage, 3400 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Daily 8PM, 9PM, 10PM, and 11PM. The volcano in front of the casino erupts in a terrific light show.

At the Bellagio

  • 3 Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, 3600 S. Las Vegas Blvd. 24 hours. Inside of the casino is a display of trees and flower arrangements, changed once for every season and once for the Chinese New Year. Free.
The Bellagio Fountains
  • 4 Fountains of Bellagio. M–F every half hour from 3PM to 8PM and every 15 minutes from 8PM to midnight; Sa Su and holidays every half hour from noon to 8PM and every fifteen minutes from 8PM to midnight. The Fountains of the Bellagio perform a magnificent display, set to music. If you have the time, it's worth staying for two or three shows, as it is not at all the same show every time. Free. Fountains of Bellagio (Q2735117) on Wikidata Fountains of Bellagio on Wikipedia
  • 5 Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art (In Promenade Shops across from main pool entrance), toll-free: +1 888-488-7111. 10AM-8PM. May change due to private functions. A fine-art gallery. See website for current exhibition. General:$18. Seniors (65+), Students, Teachers, Military and Nevada Residents:$16. Children 12 and under:Free. Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art (Q111909294) on Wikidata Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art on Wikipedia

Elsewhere on the Strip

  • 6 Madame Tussauds, 3377 S Las Vegas Blvd #2001 (at The Venetian), +1 702-862-7800. Su-Th 10AM-9PM, F Sa 10AM-10PM. The only celebrity wax attraction on the Strip, featuring wax recreations of 100+ celebrities and famous figures. $24 online, $30 walk-up. Madame Tussauds Las Vegas (Q27308329) on Wikidata Madame Tussauds Las Vegas on Wikipedia
  • 7 Flamingo Garden, 3555 S Las Vegas Blvd. A 15-acre garden with flamingos and other exotic birds, as well as koi and turtles. Free.
  • 8 Eiffel Tower Experience, Paris Las Vegas, 3655 S Las Vegas Blvd, toll-free: +1-888-727-4758. M-F 9:30AM-12:30AM, Sa Su 9:30AM-1AM. You can take an elevator to the top of the Eiffel Tower on the Strip, a half-sized replica of the one in Paris. This is a popular attraction, especially at night, for its excellent views of the Strip. Evening: $16.50 adults, $11.50 children/seniors; daytime: $11.50 adults, $7.50 children/seniors.
  • 9 Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay, Mandalay Bay Resort. Su-Th 10AM-8PM, F Sa 10AM-10PM; summer hours daily 10AM-10PM. The highlight is walking through a transparent tunnel with sharks, sea turtle, fish on all sides. $18 adults, $12 children. Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay (Q2390343) on Wikidata Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay on Wikipedia
  • 10 Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign. Possibly the most famous of Las Vegas' many signs, this landmark welcomes visitors getting in from the south along the Strip. And even if one has arrived into Las Vegas some other way, it's still very popular to go there and take photos and selfies of the sign. Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign (Q175665) on Wikidata Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign on Wikipedia
  • In addition to the above, there are various characters you are likely to see while you visit the Strip, including Elvis impersonators.


  • 1 Stripper 101, V Theater, 3663 Las Vegas Strip, +1 702 260-7200. Pole dancing classes. For ladies aged 18 and over only. Advanced scheduling required. From $40.
  • The Twilight Zone by Monster Mini Golf (in the basement level of The Horseshoe). Glow-in-the-dark Twilight Zone–themed miniature golf, on an indoor course illuminated by black (ultraviolet) lights. Good for kids.
  • 2 Vegas Indoor Skydiving, 200 Convention Center Dr, toll-free: +1-877-545-8093. 10AM-8PM. Fly your body in a vertical wind tunnel. No experience necessary, all training and equipment provided. Safe for all ages. $75.


  • 11 High Roller, 3545 S Las Vegas Blvd, The LINQ, +1 702 322-0593. Daily noon-2AM. Opened in April 2014, this is the world's tallest Ferris wheel at 550 feet. One revolution lasts between 30 and 45 minutes in an enclosed cabin with excellent views of the Strip. Online tickets: $29 daytime, $39 nighttime, family/group options available. High Roller (Q892103) on Wikidata High Roller (Ferris wheel) on Wikipedia
  • 3 Adventuredome Theme Park, 2880 South Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702 794-3939. America's 2nd largest indoor theme park with 25 rides and attractions for all ages. Day pass $31.95. Under 48 in:$17.95. Individual rides: $6-12. Adventuredome (Q379978) on Wikidata Adventuredome on Wikipedia
  • 4 Big Apple Coaster, New York New York Hotel, +1 702 740-6616. M-Th 11AM-11PM, F-Su 11AM-midnight. A roller coaster that lifts riders up 203 ft (62 m), then drops down 144 ft (44 m), reaching speeds of67 mph (108 km/h). Simulates a jet fighter's barrel roll, with a 180° turn, a section that leaving riders hanging in the air, then twists and dives. $25. The Roller Coaster (Q1670601) on Wikidata The Roller Coaster on Wikipedia
  • 5 Gondola rides, 3355 S. Las Vegas Blvd (at the Venetian Hotel), +1 702 607-3982. Su-Th 10AM-11PM, F Sa 10AM-midnight. $18.95 for 15 minutes on four-seat gondola; private two-person gondolas $75.80 (reservations may be made at the Emporio D'Gondola in the Grand Canal Shoppes).



There are places on the Strip where you can buy half-price show tickets, but generally not for the really popular shows on the same day of the performance. Cash or credit card accepted.

Circus shows

Acrobats at Circus Circus
  • 7 Circus Circus, 2880 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702 734-0410. From 11:30AM, every half-hour. Aerialists, jugglers, acrobats and trapeze artists take the stage at the world's largest permanent circus daily. Free. Circus Circus Las Vegas (Q1092961) on Wikidata Circus Circus Las Vegas on Wikipedia
Cirque du Soleil

Las Vegas hosts 6 popular Cirque du Soleil shows, including the following. To secure the best seats, reservations well in advance is recommended.

  • 8 Mystère, Treasure Island, 3300 S Las Vegas Blvd, toll-free: +1-800-392-1999. A classic Cirque show, full of amazing feats, impressive costumes, and humor. Definitely worth the time and money. Although it's family-friendly, it verges on too intense and psychedelic for younger children, so consider avoiding for children who are under eight. $69-119.
  • 9 "O", Bellagio, 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, toll-free: +1-888-488-7111. The stage at the Bellagio contains a 1.5-million gallon swimming pool, from which most performers emerge and retreat to. It's an incredibly impressive show.
  • 10 , MGM Grand, 3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, toll-free: +1-877-264-1844. Spectacular show that tells a tale of imperial twins on a journey to fulfill their destinies. $69-150.
  • 11 The Beatles Love, Mirage, 3400 S Las Vegas Blvd, toll-free: +1-800-963-9634. This addition to Cirque du Soleil is a show based on the music of The Beatles. The show explores the content of the songs as interpreted by performances from a cast of 60. $79-180.
  • 12 Michael Jackson One, Mandalay Bay, 3950 S Las Vegas Blvd, toll-free: +1-877-632-7400. A tribute to the King of Pop.

Production shows


Reserve your tickets well in advance for the best available seating. The most popular shows are sold out on the weekends. Make sure to always book your seats directly from the official hotel website.

  • 13 Absinthe, Caesars Palace, 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd. A carnival themed mix of comedy, acrobats, and provocative performances. Filled with blue comedy, not for the timid. Adults only. $99 and up.
  • 14 Blue Man Group, Luxor, toll-free: +1-877-459-0268. Nightly 7PM and/or 9:30PM. The silent Blue Men perform all sorts of experimental music on unconventional instruments. $64-289.
  • 15 Comedy Pet Theater, V Theater, Planet Hollywood, +1 702-260-7200. Thursday thru Tuesday at 4PM. Extraordinary talents of performing pets. Highly entertaining for children. $35.
  • 16 Tournament of Kings, Excalibur. 6PM & 8:30PM except Tuesdays. A medieval themed dinner show featuring knights, horses, swordfights, and other performances. $60.
  • 17 V - The Ultimate Variety Show, V Theater, Planet Hollywood, +1 702-260-7200. Nightly 7PM & 8:30PM. Includes magic, special effects, death-defying stunts, wild comedy, visual artists. $60.
  • 18 Vegas! The Show, Planet Hollywood, 3663 Las Vegas Blvd S, +1 702-260-7200. 7PM and 9PM nightly, except Su. A trip back to the swank days of Frank, Dino and Sammy features a tap dance number, a tribute to Gladys Knight and a performance of the Can-Can. $80.

Comedy shows


There are always different comedians coming to Las Vegas. Always a great way to get a laugh and end the night.

Tribute shows

  • 21 Hitzville The Show, V Theater, Planet Hollywood, 3663 Las Vegas Blvd S, Ste. 360, +1 702-260-7200. 5:30PM daily except Sunday. Includes the Motown hits of Gladys Knight & The Pips, The Temptations, Tina Turner, The Four Tops and Motown diva Diana Ross & The Supremes as they rock the stage. $45-55.

Magic shows

  • 22 David Copperfield, MGM Grand. One of the world's most famous magicians. Some of his best known illusions are making the Statue of Liberty disappear, walking through the Great Wall of China and flying over the audience (which he does nightly).
  • 23 The Mentalist, V Theater, Planet Hollywood, +1 702-260-7200. Nightly except Wednesday at 7:30PM. From $50.
  • 24 Nathan Burton Comedy Magic, Saxe Theater, Planet Hollywood, toll-free: +1-800-715-9219. Daily 4PM. Comedy and magic, family friendly. From $22.50.
  • 25 Mat Franco - Magic Reinvented Nightly, Mat Franco Theater, LINQ, +1 702-777-2782. nightly 7PM and 9:30PM except Wednesday and Thursday. Family friendly comedy and magic in an intimate setting from winner of America’s Got Talent Season 9. From $46.

Adult shows

Topless female dancers
  • 26 Fantasy, Luxor. Nightly 10:30PM. Vocalist Lorena Peril takes center stage. Steamy choreography and striking vocals fused with a touch of comedy. The high-energy production show features a variety of performances including salsa, belly dancing routine and celebrity impersonations by comedian Sean E. Cooper. From $39.
  • 27 X Burlesque, Flamingo. Nightly at 10PM, 90 minutes. Showcases a variety of performances by six gorgeous dancers set to contemporary music. Combines high-energy performance with the use of props such as bathtubs, guitars, lollipops and feather boas. $45.
Topless male dancers

Spectator sports

Players of the Golden Knights
  • 29 Vegas Golden Knights, T-Mobile Arena, 3780 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-645-4259. NHL (ice hockey) team that made it all the way to the Stanley Cup Final in its first season in 2017–18 (though losing), and lifted the Cup in 2023. The city's first team in one of the "big four" professional sports of the US and Canada, they have quickly established a devoted fanbase in the Las Vegas area. $25 to $450. Vegas Golden Knights (Q24725640) on Wikidata Vegas Golden Knights on Wikipedia
  • 30 Las Vegas Aces, Michelob Ultra Arena, 3950 S Las Vegas Blvd. WNBA (women's basketball) team that began play in Vegas in 2018, after having relocated from San Antonio. Their arena is part of the Mandalay Bay casino/resort complex. Las Vegas Aces (Q42333021) on Wikidata Las Vegas Aces on Wikipedia
  • 31 Las Vegas Raiders, Allegiant Stadium, 3333 Al Davis Way. NFL (Football) team that began playing in Las Vegas in 2020 after relocating from Oakland. Las Vegas Raiders on Wikipedia
  • 32 Professional Bull Riders World Finals, T-Mobile Arena. The finals of the Professional Bull Riders series, a rodeo circuit devoted exclusively to bull riding. This isn't the only contrast with the city's other major rodeo event, the National Finals Rodeo held at UNLV's Thomas & Mack Center. Unlike the NFR, which is exclusive to the US and Canada, the PBR finals, held in late October/early November at the T-Mobile Arena since 2015, have more of an international flavor. PBR runs national series in Brazil, Canada, Mexico, and Australia, and all of these countries, especially Brazil, are represented on the U.S. circuit.
  • The Oakland Athletics of Major League Baseball will move to Las Vegas after the 2024 season. Their long-term nome will be a new ballpark on the site of the Tropicana resort (see "Sleep: Mid-range") that's set to open in 2028. The team will play at a minor-league ballpark in West Sacramento, California from 2025–2027.
  • Las Vegas is also a major regional center for college basketball tournaments every March. As of the upcoming 2024–25 season, four NCAA Division I conferences hold their annual men's and women's tournaments in the area; each of these tournaments sees the winner receive automatic entry to the NCAA tournament. However, none of these hold their tournaments on the Strip; the Pac-12 Conference, which did use venues on the Strip, collapsed after the 2023–24 season when almost all of its members left for other leagues.

Finally, Las Vegas is one of the world's main centers for combat sports. For decades, many of the biggest championship events in boxing have been held at venues on or near the Strip. The Strip has also become an epicenter for mixed martial arts; the world's biggest promoter of MMA events, UFC, is based in Las Vegas.

Escape rooms

  • 33 Lockdown Escape Rooms - Highland, 3271 S Highland Dr, Ste 715, +1 702-997-5107, . Noon-Midnight (reservation required). Three themed rooms for 2-8 players: Hostage Rescue, Mob Boss, and Crazy Professor rated from easy to medium difficulty. $35 per player.
  • 34 Xterious Escape, 105 E Reno Ave, +1 702-931-2727, . Six escape rooms for 2-10 in five flavors can be found here: Casino's Dark 11, Code 13, Bugsy's Nightmare, Curse of Mapuche, and two identical versions of The Great Escape to allow teams to compete against each other. $30 per player (reservation required).



Shopping malls

Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian

There are a handful of shopping malls that are not affiliated with casinos:

  • 1 Fashion Show Mall, 3200 S Las Vegas Blvd. Offers nearly every major and deluxe U.S. retail chain store, numerous others often associated with named designers, a large food court and several excellent restaurants, all in a fully-enclosed, air-conditioned facility. Has extensive, free covered parking that often gets quite busy by mid-day. Fashion Show Mall (Q2038334) on Wikidata Fashion Show Mall on Wikipedia
  • 2 Forum Shops, in Caesars. A huge high-end shopping area that also offers free animatronics shows at Fountain of the Gods and Atlantis located at either end of the mall. The Forum Shops at Caesars (Q2382966) on Wikidata The Forum Shops at Caesars on Wikipedia
  • 3 Grand Canal Shoppes, in the Venetian. Another massive shopping area that features the tacky objets d'art shop featured in Martin Bashir's interview with Michael Jackson. The Grand Canal Shoppes (Q639874) on Wikidata Grand Canal Shoppes on Wikipedia
  • 4 Miracle Mile Shops, in the Planet Hollywood Casino. Another large shopping area with approximately 150 stores and restaurants. Miracle Mile Shops (Q2134698) on Wikidata Miracle Mile Shops on Wikipedia
  • 5 LinQ Promenade, 3535 S Las Vegas Blvd. A smaller promenade (at least in comparison to the others), but it contains a fair share of stores and restaurants, as well as the world's largest Ferris Wheel, the High Roller.
  • 6 Grand Bazaar Shops, 3635 Las Vegas Blvd. S (at Bally's), toll-free: +1 844-837-3700. Grand Bazaar Shops (Q61659141) on Wikidata
  • 7 The Shops at Crystals, +1 702-590-9202. The Crystals (Q1281026) on Wikidata The Shops at Crystals on Wikipedia




Different desserts at a buffet

Buffet restaurants can be found in pretty much every casino hotel; some of them are listed below.

  • 1 The Buffet, Wynn, 3131 Las Vegas Blvd S, +1 702-770-7100. 8AM-10PM, Sa Su brunch 8AM-3PM. 16 exhibition cooking stations and a luxurious selection of extraordinary dishes. Dress is casual. Breakfast, lunch and dinner served, with champagne brunch on weekends.
  • 2 The Buffet, Bellagio, 3600 Las Vegas Blvd S, +1 702-693-7111. 7AM-10PM daily, Sa Su brunch 7AM-4PM. Arguably the best buffet on the Strip, with the dinner menu including pre-split crab legs, venison, Kobe beef, and wild boar. Gourmet Friday dinner includes Beef Wellington, Rack of Lamb, Veal Ossobuco, Grilled Swordfish, and Curried Duck Legs. The Buffet has spectacular selections from Italy, China, and Japan as well as fresh seafood and traditional American food. Wait to enter can be 90 minutes or more. No charge 4 and under.




  • 3 Ocean One, 3667 S Las Vegas Blvd (inside Miracle Mile Shops). Surprisingly inexpensive lunches for a restaurant on the strip. Not fine dining by any means, but a filling and tasty meal if you're trying not to break the bank. $5.99 for each lunch option; $10–20 for dinner.
  • 4 Eggslut, 3708 Las Vegas Blvd. S (2nd floor of the Cosmopolitan), +1 702-698-2344. 7AM-2PM. Breakfast sandwiches made with farm-fresh eggs and a delicious brioche bun. Expect a 45 minute line on weekend mornings. Sandwiches around $12 each.


  • 5 Hash House A Go Go, 3535 S Las Vegas Blvd (in the Linq hotel). American food with enormous servings—two or three people can easily share an order. Has a few locations, including one on the strip, one downtown, and a couple further out.
  • 6 Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville, Flamingo, 3555 S Las Vegas Blvd. A fun tropical-themed restaurant featuring dishes named after many of Jimmy Buffett's songs (for example: the Cheeseburger in Paradise). At happy hour from 5-6PM they have beer for $0.05.
  • 7 Amalfi by Bobby Flay, Caesars Palace, 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-650-5965, toll-free: +1-877-346-4642. With a brightly colored decor and festive atmosphere, chef Bobby Flay serves us some tasty Southwestern food with flair.
  • 8 Mon Ami Gabi, Paris Las Vegas, 3655 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-944-4224. Nice restaurant serving mostly steaks and seafood. The staff makes a tribute to the restaurant's location by talking with French accent. Mains start at $20.
  • 9 Peppermill Fireside Lounge, 2985 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702 735-4177. 1970s space-age decor and waitresses that call you 'hon'.
  • 10 Strip House, 3667 Las Vegas Blvd. South (inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino), +1 702-737-5200. daily 5PM-11PM. Prime cuts of beef, sides, an extensive wine list and desserts based on the New York Strip House. Appetizers $12-$19 Entrees $29- $55.
  • 11 The Steak House, Circus Circus, 2880 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-794-3767. Su-F 5PM-10PM, Sa 5PM-11PM. Considered to be a hidden gem, The Steak House at Circus Circus doesn't seem fit in with its surroundings; indeed, it has been consistently voted one of the best steaks in Las Vegas for over twenty years. Beautiful decor, outstanding food, and impeccable service, as well as an extensive wine list. $40-70.


  • 12 Craftsteak, MGM Grand, 3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-891-7318. Considered to be one of the best steak houses in America. $95.
  • 13 L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon, MGM Grand, 3799 S Las Vegas Blvd. Sophisticated French Michelin-starred restaurant with dim lighting, ruby red furniture, and spectacular food.
  • 14 Momofuku, 3708 Las Vegas Blvd. S (2nd floor of the Cosmoplitan), +1 702-698-2663. Lunch 11AM-3PM, dinner 5-10PM. This is the Las Vegas entry of Michelin star-awarded chef David Chang, serving his inventive take on ramen noodle soup and other Asian inspried dishes. Small plates $15-40, Entrees $50-100, Large format (serves 4) $180-328.


Temple pool at Caesars Palace


  • 1 Casa Fuente Cigars, Caesars Palace, 3500 S Las Vegas Blvd. Cuban-themed lounge offering more than 100 different cigars and a good selection of whiskeys. Try the $40 Opus X cigar.
  • 2 Nine Fine Irishmen, New York-New York, 3790 S Las Vegas Blvd. This pub was constructed in Ireland and then shipped to Las Vegas. A great Irish band plays most nights starting around 9PM, the crowd is always energetic, and the Guinness and Bass flow easily. Beer: $7.
  • 3 Showgirl Bar, Planet Hollywood, 3663 S Las Vegas Blvd.
  • 4 Skyfall, Delano at Mandalay Bay, 3950 Las Vegas Fwy, +1 702-632-7777. Skyfall, located on the 64th floor atop the Delano Hotel at Mandalay Bay, offers guests views of the Strip and the Las Vegas Valley from its floor-to-ceiling windows and terraces.


  • 5 Coyote Ugly, New York-New York, 3790 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-740-6969, . Su-Th 6PM-2AM, F Sa 6PM-3AM. DJ and Cover charge starts 9PM. Just like the movie, expect beautiful 20-something women serving you drinks and getting rowdy on the bar. Free entry for locals, $10 for all others. Coyote Ugly Las Vegas (Q61929844) on Wikidata
  • 6 Drai's, The Cromwell, 3595 S Las Vegas Blvd (above the Cromwell)), . Until 9AM. Beach Club by day, Night Club after sundown, the most popular place for after hours on weekends, so expect long queues especially from 5AM. Relocated in 2014 to the rooftop of newly renovated Cromwell. Two dance-floors: the main floor features trance and Euro dance (otherwise rare in Vegas), the VIP floor (extra charge) features hip hop. $20-30.
  • 7 Jewel, Aria, 3730 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-590-8000. F & Sa 10:30PM-4AM. The former Haze nightclub, designed by the Light Group. 25,500 square feet.
  • 8 TAO Las Vegas, Venetian, 3377 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-388-8338. W-Sa 10:30PM-close. A 10,000-square-foot nightclub. There is an outside terrace with Strip views, 3 bars, two main rooms playing a variety of hip hop, house and rock.
  • 9 Wet Republic, MGM Grand, 3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-891-3563. 11AM-Dusk. A mix of a pool and a club. Have a blast swimming around in one of the many pools, or swim (yes, swim) up to a bar and order your favorite drink. Not into getting wet? Relax at a cabana or day bed. Bottle service is available. Live DJ's on select days.
  • 10 XS Nightclub, Encore, 3121 S Las Vegas Blvd. Officially, this $100-million, 40,000-square-foot club is the most expensive nightclub ever built. Popular among NBA stars and celebrities.




  • 1 Howard Johnson on East Tropicana, 165 E Tropicana Ave (near Hooters), +1 702-476-6500. Check-in: 3PM, check-out: noon. Has a pool, free wifi, lots of parking and nearby to several bus stops. From $27.
  • 2 OYO Hotel & Casino, 115 E Tropicana Ave, toll-free: +1-866-584-6687. Located behind the Tropicana and a quick walk to the Strip or monorail. Home to the world’s largest Hooters Restaurant. From $35. Hooters Casino Hotel (Q616726) on Wikidata Oyo Hotel & Casino on Wikipedia


  • 3 Artisan Hotel, 1501 W Sahara Ave, +1 702-214-4000, . Check-in: 4PM, check-out: 11AM. A small non-gaming boutique hotel, popular among younger crowds seeking a vibrant night scene. The Artisan Hotel (Q7714569) on Wikidata The Lexi on Wikipedia
  • 4 The Horseshoe, 3645 S Las Vegas Blvd, toll-free: +1-888-742-9248. Check-in: 4PM, check-out: 11AM. A moderate hotel and casino, but the location at the center of the Strip and the large rooms makes it one of the best values around. Horseshoe Las Vegas (Q805467) on Wikidata Bally's Las Vegas on Wikipedia
  • 5 Circus Circus, 2880 S Las Vegas Blvd, toll-free: +1-877-224-7287. A cheaper and less upscale casino that caters to families. The Manor Motor Lodge is in poor shape; the Tower rooms are somewhat better. Circus Circus Las Vegas (Q1092961) on Wikidata Circus Circus Las Vegas on Wikipedia
  • 6 Excalibur, 3850 S Las Vegas Blvd, toll-free: +1-800-697-1791. Named after the mythical sword of King Arthur, this family friendly hotel has a large pool and rides for the kids. Excalibur Hotel and Casino (Q1064873) on Wikidata Excalibur Hotel and Casino on Wikipedia
  • 7 Flamingo, 3555 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-733-3111, fax: +1 702-733-3528. A pink-colored resort located in the middle of the Strip, the Flamingo was one of the first casinos on the Las Vegas Strip, and is famous for being owned by Bugsy Siegel.
  • 8 Harrah's, 3475 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-369-5000. Harrah's Las Vegas (Q1580067) on Wikidata Harrah's Las Vegas on Wikipedia
  • 9 Park MGM (formerly Monte Carlo), 3770 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-730-7777. Modeled after the opulent Place du Casino in Monte Carlo. Non-smoking casino and hotel. Park MGM (Q1854509) on Wikidata Park MGM on Wikipedia
  • 10 Westin Las Vegas, 160 E Flamingo Rd, +1 702-836-5900. 826 rooms and suites offer understated style. Non-smoking. Westin Las Vegas (Q7988922) on Wikidata Westin Las Vegas on Wikipedia
  • 11 The Linq, 3535 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-731-3311. Until 2012 known as the Imperial Palace and briefly known as The Quad. It has been refurbished and is surrounded by many forms of entertainment. The Linq Hotel offers access to the High Roller and Brooklyn Bowl, a nightlife bowling alley with live music. It also has many lounges, sports bars, and restaurants. In addition to the usual game tables, slot machines and restaurants, the Linq also hosts a car museum and the Polaroid Fotobar.
  • 12 New York-New York, 3790 S Las Vegas Blvd, toll-free: +1-866-815-4365, . From $89. New York-New York Hotel and Casino (Q1429071) on Wikidata New York-New York Hotel and Casino on Wikipedia
  • 13 Treasure Island, 3300 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-894-7111, toll-free: +1-800-288-7206. From $99. Treasure Island Hotel and Casino (Q1360313) on Wikidata Treasure Island Hotel and Casino on Wikipedia
  • 14 Luxor Resort and Casino, 3900 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-262-4100. An Egyptian-themed hotel with a massive pyramid that offers interesting room layouts. This hotel is a good option for those looking for a lower-priced but still upscale room on the Strip. Luxor Resort & Casino (Q637389) on Wikidata Luxor Las Vegas on Wikipedia


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  • 15 SAHARA Las Vegas, 2535 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-703-8185, toll-free: +1-855-761-7757. A boutique hotel and casino with over 1,600 guest rooms and suites, gaming, two pools, and diverse restaurant and nightlife options. Sahara Las Vegas (Q1147483) on Wikidata Sahara Las Vegas on Wikipedia
  • 16 Trump International Hotel, 2000 Fashion Show Dr, +1 702-982-0000. 64 floors. Sweeping panoramic views of the city. 1,232 suites and 50 penthouse suites, complete with floor-to-ceiling windows. The Spa at Trump and Health Club. Trump Hotel Las Vegas (Q1281171) on Wikidata Trump International Hotel Las Vegas on Wikipedia
  • 17 Wynn Las Vegas & Encore Las Vegas, 3131 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-770-7000. Built at a cost of $2.7 billion, this is the most expensive resort in the world, with the money plowed into (among other things) a private golf course, an artificial mountain with a 5-story waterfall and a million-gallon water tank for the nightly show. From $250. Wynn Las Vegas (Q1309059) on Wikidata Wynn Las Vegas on Wikipedia
  • 18 The Venetian, 3355 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-414-4100. A high-end hotel located near the center of the Strip and offering everything from the Grand Canal shops to shows and connected to the Palazzo complex. Rooms are spacious with quality furnishings although no coffee/tea making facilities and it can be a long walk from your room to facilities. Plumbing occasionally questionable (noise and temperature). The Venetian (Q1049209) on Wikidata The Venetian Las Vegas on Wikipedia
  • 19 The Mirage, 3400 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-791-7111. An upscale hotel located near the middle of the Strip, the Mirage features a "volcano" that erupts every hour, a white tiger exhibit, a 200,000-gallon tropical aquarium, and a tropical rain forest. $75-500. The Mirage (Q900983) on Wikidata The Mirage on Wikipedia
  • 20 Planet Hollywood Resort, 3667 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-785-5555. 2,500 rooms, 2 swimming pools, casino, spa, fitness center, shops, 24-hour room service, free parking, restaurants and bars. Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino (Q1342565) on Wikidata Planet Hollywood Las Vegas on Wikipedia
  • 21 Caesars Palace, 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, toll-free: +1-877-427-7243. Renowned for its originality and features, Caesars Palace offers 3,300 hotel rooms and more than 26 different restaurants and cafes. Caesars Palace (Q569978) on Wikidata Caesars Palace on Wikipedia
  • 22 The Cromwell, 3595 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-777-3777. Renovated in 2014, a luxury boutique hotel on the Strip. Features gambling and a rooftop pool with dayclub/nightclub. 188 rooms. The Cromwell Las Vegas (Q2903098) on Wikidata The Cromwell Las Vegas on Wikipedia
  • 23 Bellagio, 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-693-7111, toll-free: +1-888-987-6667. One of the most upscale hotels in Las Vegas, the Bellagio features an art gallery, a massive indoor flower garden, and the Cirque du Soleil show "O". One thing to do at the Bellagio (you do not have to stay there) is to have afternoon tea at the Petrossian Bar; it costs around $32 per person and is very classy, but you have to book at least a day in advance. Bellagio Hotel & Casino (Q25007) on Wikidata Bellagio (resort) on Wikipedia
  • 24 Paris Las Vegas, 3655 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-946-7000. A hotel casino with over 2,900 rooms and large gaming floor that replicates a pleasant Parisian atmosphere. Paris Las Vegas (Q691491) on Wikidata Paris Las Vegas on Wikipedia
  • 25 Aria, 3730 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-590-7111. Two hotel towers, nine bars, 17 restaurants, 1,840-seat theater, gift shop, 800,000 square foot spa, pool and 300,000 square feet of meeting space. Aria Resort and Casino (Q654279) on Wikidata Aria Resort and Casino on Wikipedia
  • 26 Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas, 3752 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-590-8888. The most luxurious, nongaming hotel in CityCenter. 47 floors. The guest rooms and public spaces give off a feeling of class. From $416. Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas (Q1304383) on Wikidata Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas on Wikipedia
  • 27 Cosmopolitan, 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-698-7000. Spectacular views and ultra-chic decor define the Cosmopolitan. The new 2,995-room resort features residential-style living spaces with expansive private terraces. Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas (Q1436845) on Wikidata Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Wikipedia
  • 28 MGM Grand, 3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-891-7777. Check-in: 3PM, check-out: 11AM. Opened in 1993, this Hollywood themed resort has 5,044 guest rooms, 6.6 acres of swimming area, 2 wedding chapels, 3 theaters, multitudes of restaurants, a spa and salon, a 380,000-square-foot conference center, shops galore, and 165,000 square feet of casino floor. Start $79. MGM Grand Las Vegas (Q713960) on Wikidata MGM Grand Las Vegas on Wikipedia
  • 29 Mandalay Bay, 3950 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-632-7777. Located at the far southern end of the Strip next to the Luxor. Mandalay Bay (Q1368043) on Wikidata Mandalay Bay on Wikipedia
  • 30 Four Seasons, 3960 S Las Vegas Blvd, +1 702-632-5000, fax: +1 702-632-5195. Occupying the top four floors of Mandalay Bay's main building, the Four Seasons is one of the most high-end accommodations in Las Vegas.


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