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Las Vegas travel guide

Try your luck in Sin City for a trip you'll never forget! Stroll down the world famous Las Vegas strip - marvel at the gigantic hotels or buy a ticket to one of the many Vegas shows. It’s not all about the city, escape and spend a day exploring one of the most renowned sights and North America’s Natural Wonder of the World: The Grand Canyon. 
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While Vegas has evolved into so much more than just casinos, gambling is still a huge draw for many travelers. Play the tables & slots to see if you can beat the odds and hit the jackpot. Good luck! 
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Thanks to its desert climate, the Vegas pool season lasts from March till October. You may find epic day parties, posh loungers, lazy rivers, DJ's, or even an in-pool aquarium with sharks to boot. 
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Adrenaline junkies have so many options to get their fix in and around Vegas. Why not jump from the 108th floor of the STRAT hotel with SkyJump, or zipline from an 11-story slot machine with SlotZilla?

Where to Stay in Las Vegas?

Ready to start planning your trip to Sin City but not sure where you want to stay? With over 150,000 hotel rooms available, Vegas has something for everyone - from the fun and cheap to super extravagant.

Vegas Pro Tips: Many Las Vegas hotels charge resort fees, which can add an extra $20-$50 a night to your bill... These fees are in addition to the room rate, so be sure to factor them in to the total cost of your trip. Don't worry, we will disclose any resort fees before you book with us. If your can be a little flexible with your dates, Vegas hotels are often cheaper from Sundays through Thursdays, so save some cash by with a mid-week rate. 
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The Las Vegas Strip

The Strip is home to the largest and most extravigant hotels & resorts in Vegas. From high-end digs like The Cosmopolitan and Aria, to Vegas classics like MGM and Paris, to fun and budget-friendly options like Excalibur and Stratosphere, it’s no wonder that The Strip is the most popular place to stay in Las Vegas.
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Downtown Las Vegas

Downtown Las Vegas is known for bright flashing lights, loose slots, cheap drinks and the lively Freemont Street. Plus, you will can find some of the cheapest hotel rates in all of Vegas here. Book a stay at classic resorts like Four Queens and Golden Nugget.
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Hostels, Apartments & Condos

Whether you are looking to save some cash, meet some new friends from around the world, or just want a place for to chill for you and your friends, our selection of Las Vegas hostels, apartments and condos is the way to go!
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Things to do in Las Vegas

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Vegas Shows

No other city in the US has so many great shows as Vegas, whether it is a residency by top singers and bands, the eye-popping performances of Cirque du Soleil, or a dazzling set with world famous comedians and magicians. Treat yourself to a night of entertainment that you will never forget!
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Las Vegas Helicopter Tours

Experience the bright lights of the Las Vegas strip or view the iconic Grand Canyon high above with a helectopter adventure. 
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High Roller

Far from your normal carnival Ferris wheel, theHigh Roller Observation Wheel is so big that it takes a full 30 minutes for the wheel to complete a 360-degree rotation and is known as the world’s largest observation wheel.
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Explore the Great Outdoors

Enjoy some time away from the Strip with a day trip outside of Las Vegas. Why not explore the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam or kayak along the Colorado River. 
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