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Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas is the most populous city in Nevada, United States, the seat of Clark County, and an internationally renowned major resort city for gambling, shopping and fine dining. Las Vegas, which bills itself as The Entertainment Capital of the World, is famous for the number of casino resorts and associated entertainment. A growing retirement and family city, it is the 28th most populous city in the United States.

Established in 1905, Las Vegas officially became a city in 1911. With the growth that followed, at the close of the century Las Vegas was the most populous American city founded in the 20th century (a distinction held by Chicago in the 19th century). The city’s tolerance for various forms of adult entertainment earned it the title of Sin City, and this image has made Las Vegas a popular setting for films and television programs. There are numerous outdoor lighting displays on Fremont Street, as well as elsewhere in the city.

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Las Vegas Strip

The name Las Vegas is often applied to unincorporated areas that surround the city, especially the resort areas on and near the Las Vegas Strip. The 4.2 mi (6.8 km) stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard known as the Strip is mainly in the unincorporated communities of Paradise and Winchester, while a small portion overlaps into Las Vegas and the unincorporated community of Enterprise.

The major attractions in Las Vegas are the casinos and the hotels. The most famous hotel casinos are located on Las Vegas Boulevard on the portion of that road known as the Las Vegas Strip. These larger casinos are located outside of the city. Many of these hotels are massive, providing thousands of rooms, with their large adjoining casino areas. There are many hotel casinos in the city’s downtown area as well, which was the focal point of the city’s gaming industry in its early days. Several large hotels and casinos are also located somewhat off the Strip, as well as in the county around the city.

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Mandalay Bay Aquarium | Image Credits: Daniel Ramirez via Flickr [CC BY 2.0]

The Mandalay Bay is on the south end of the Strip, this high-end casino hotel is between The Four Seasons and Luxor.

The elegant rooms and suites are all fitted with 42-inch flat-screen TVs, seating areas, floor-to-ceiling windows and soaking tubs; upgrades include living areas, wet bars and/or Bose sound systems.

In addition to the casino, amenities include an 11-acre beach/pool complex with a lazy river, a wave pool and a topless optional area. There’s also a shark aquarium, upscale shopping, live shows and destination dining.

Paris hotel and casino in Las Vegas
Paris Hotel | Image Credits: Simeon87 via WikiMedia Commons [CC BY-SA 3.0]

Across the Strip from The Bellagio, The Paris Hotel & Casino is French-themed casino hotel with a half-size Eiffel Tower is a 9-minute walk from a Las Vegas Monorail station.

In addition to an elegant casino, amenities include a 2-acre rooftop pool in a French-style garden, and an indoor Parisian-style street with live entertainment and shopping areas. There’s also a lounge with dueling pianos, plus nightclubs and several restaurants, including a destination steakhouse.

Treasure Island Las Vegas
Treasure Island Hotel | Image Credits: Ronnie Macdonald via WikiMedia Commons [CC BY 2.0]
The Treasure Island Resort is Connected to the Fashion Show Mall by a pedestrian bridge, this lively casino hotel is across the Strip from The Palazzo. The warmly furnished rooms include free WiFi and flat-screens, plus living areas, marble-floored bathrooms and floor-to-ceiling windows; some overlook the Strip. Suites add whirlpool tubs and mini-fridges. There are 9 restaurants, including an upscale Italian steakhouse, a casual Mexican joint and a Vietnamese eatery, plus several bars. In addition to a bustling casino with slots and table games, amenities include a nightclub, an outdoor pool and a hot tub, along with a fitness center, a full-service spa and live shows.
Fremont Street Vegas Night
Fremont Street Experience | Freemont Street Image/Content Credits: Wayne Hsieh via Flickr

The old downtown Las Vegas, Fremont Street was the traditional center of activity. The first hotel and first casino in the city was built here in the 1910s and 1920s respectively. By the 1950s, it was synonymous with the glamor and energy of Las Vegas, with such legendary casinos as Binion's Horseshoe, Four Queens, and Golden Nugget while "Vegas Vic", the Las Vegas Cowboy, beckoned visitors to the Pioneer Club.

The bright neon quickly gave Fremont Street the nickname, "Glitter Gulch". Dozens of media portrayals were set here, from Elvis Presley's Viva Las Vegas to the James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever to the U2 video for "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For". On the far right is the red lights of Fremont Casino, opened in 1956 as the tallest building in Nevada, expanding in 1963 and again in 1974.
Left of that is Binion's Horseshoe, which opened in 1951 under "colorful" "cowboy" and Dallas mob boss Benny Binion after he was driven out of Dallas by rivals. Binion's was the first casino in Vegas with carpeting, and was popular (and extremely profitable) for the high table limits, black car & limousine transport, free drinks, all of which eventually became a part of the city's gambling culture. He also offered $2 steaks, courtesy of his own ranch.

The casino was also renowned for its $1,000,000 wall made up of $10,000 bills. After Benny's death, his son Jack purchased the neighboring The Mint Casino (famed as the setting of Hunter Thompson's Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas) and set up the World Series of Poker here in 1970.

In 1998 Jack's sister Becky seized control of the casino after a protracted legal struggle and basically ran it to the ground, setting a series of unpopular cost-cutting measures. In 2002 the casino went bankrupt and closed after Becky failed a dispute with her workers over pension payments and FBI agents raided the premises. The casino was sold to Harrah's Entertainment, who reopened the casino but not the hotel. In the middle Left is Golden Nugget, the largest casino in Downtown Las Vegas. Opened in 1946, it became where Steve Wynn first controlled a casino in 1973, starting his entertainment empire. Steven then sold his control to Kirk Kevorkian, launching what would become the massive MGM Mirage casino chain.
Finally on the far left is Four Queens, built in 1964 and named after Ben Goffstein's four daughters, Faith, Hope, Benita, and Michele. Overhead the Fremont Street Experience is playing, the massive 27m high and 460m canopy playing various popular songs. Las Vegas, Nevada

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The Mirage's Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat | Image Credits: Tomás Del Coro via Flickr

Admission costs around $ 24 and you will not only see the tigers / lions of Siegfried and Roy, but also a dolphin show.
If you are planning to to this, get the audio tour as the stories for each animal told by S & R themselves make it worth it (If you want to see more of the white tigers besides the free viewing inside the Mirage, this is where you want to be).

Stratosphere Hotel Casino
Stratosphere Hotel & Casino | Image Credits: Sahmeditor via Wikimedia Commons [CC BY-SA 3.0 ]

The Stratosphere in located on the north end of the Strip, this landmark casino hotel with a 1,149-foot observation tower is 2 miles from the Fremont Street Experience and a 9-minute walk from the Las Vegas Monorail SLS Station.

Straightforward rooms offer free WiFi and flat-screen TVs; suites add sitting areas and mini-fridges.

Parking is free. A resort fee includes WiFi, gym access and Tower admission. Additional perks include a casino, a wedding chapel and 4 thrill rides 100 stories above the Strip (surcharge), plus a rotating restaurant in the observation tower. There’s also live entertainment, and an outdoor pool with cabana, plus several bars and lounges.

Welcome to the Ethel M Chocolate Factory, an oasis in the desert just a few miles from the Las Vegas Strip. Bring the family to see this wondrous attraction, where you can take a Chocolate Tasting Class, peek into our Chocolate Factory, wander our three-acre Cactus Garden, take a photo with our #ChocolateWall, and buy the perfect gift for any occasion!
the venetian hotel & casino
The Venetian | Image Credits: Wolfgang Staudt via Flickr
The Venetian is part of a complex that includes The Palazzo and Sands Expo Convention Center, this lavish, Italian-themed casino resort on the Las Vegas Strip is 3 miles from McCarran International Airport. Ritzy suites with plush sitting areas feature flat-screens, WiFi and mini-bars, plus soaking tubs. Upgraded suites add dining areas, fireplaces and/or whirlpool tubs. Valet parking is free. There are 20 restaurants, some run by acclaimed chefs, and bars and lounges, as well as a nightclub, a wax museum and a theater. Other amenities include a buzzy casino, a shopping mall, and artificial canals with gondola rides, along with 10 outdoor pools and a spa.
The Bellagio Hotel & Casino
The Bellagio | Image Credits: Marc Cooper via pxhere [CC0]

Fronted by an 8-acre lake with dancing water fountains, The Bellagio is a luxury casino resort on The Strip within 2 miles from  The McCarran International Airport (LAS).

Airy, elegant rooms offer custom art, and marble bathrooms with soaking tubs, plus smart TVs and sitting areas. Lavish suites come with private elevator access, living rooms, whirlpool tubs and butlers; some add free airport shuttle service.

Dining options include plush international restaurants, cafes and a buffet eatery. The casino features over 2,000 slot machines and 40 poker tables. There’s also a spa and a gallery, plus 5 outdoor pools, bars and live shows. A resort fee covers WiFi and gym access.

Destination Las Vegas | Things to do and Where to Stay on The Strip
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