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Sin City is a place where it’s impossible to tell whether it burns brighter under the desert sun during the day or under neon at night. Of course, many people go to Vegas to try their luck in the city’s clock free casinos, but there’s much more to this city than simply that.
When the State of Nevada issued its first Las Vegas gaming license in 1931, this sleepy little town in the desert began an extraordinary journey – culminating in the extravagant playground we see today. Once the favoured retreat of notorious gangsters and the 60’s Rat Pack, modern Las Vegas is a glittering paradise of entertainment that’s ideal for gamblers and families alike.
Whilst gambling and adult entertainment are something of a calling card for Las Vegas, it doesn’t take much effort to find the city’s more innocent side. All charged with the pizazz you’d expect from a party town, incredible memories can be made from enjoying simple pleasures such as the Fremont Street Experience’s evening parade and Bellagio Hotel’s nightly fountain show. Best of all, neither costs a cent!
For lovers of the exotic, the Mandalay Bay’s Shark Reef Aquarium will bring you up close and personal with all kinds of fascinating sea creatures whilst daredevils might face their biggest fears at the Stratosphere Tower – home to the record breaking free-fall! If all that’s not enough, you could always hit the road to experience the Grand Canyon – one of the seven wonders of the world.
Another popular pastime in Vegas is shopping. As you might expect in a town where people go hoping to win big, the city rivals the likes of New York and Los Angeles with its selection of designer boutiques, upscale shopping malls and children’s stores. Shopping can be hungry work, of course, and whilst Vegas still features the enormous all-you-can-eat buffets it’s famed for, the city has also developed a fine dining scene in its own right which is becoming famed for its quality and diversity. Then there are its ever popular shows, such as Cirque du Soleil's homage to the King of Pop, Michael Jackson ONE; Love, their tribute to the greatest pop band in the world, The Beatles; or Le Reve The Dream. There's entertainment galore at Las Vegas.
Treasure Island - TI Hotel & Casino is connected to the Fashion Show shopping mall by bridge as well as The Mirage by tram, and within easy walking distance of Wynn/Encore, the Sands Expo, and Venetian/Palazzo.
With 2 22-story towers and an eye-catching 30-story pyramid topped by a powerful light beam, this resort is 2 miles from McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas.
Adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center, this resort is a 10-minute drive from McCarran International Airport. The on-site stop for the Las Vegas Monorail offers convenient access to the Strip.
Located on the southern end of the famous Las Vegas Strip, this hotel is close to McCarran International Airport, Crystals at City Center, and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Located at the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip and close to McCarran Airport, this castle-shaped hotel features royal accommodations and a traditional action-packed medieval dinner show.
Iconic hotel located on the Las Vegas strip, Circus Circus is close to shopping, the Las Vegas Convention Center and downtown Las Vegas.
The Stratosphere Tower observation deck features 360-degree views of Las Vegas to the Strip. The gateway between vintage Vegas and Strip glitz, the hotel is close to shopping, the monorail and the Convention Center.
This all-suite resort and casino on the Las Vegas Strip is a short drive from Fashion Show Mall, the convention center, Downtown, and McCarran Airport.