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Las Vegas isn't just for the wild and rambunctious. Kick back in the calm surrounds of Lorenzi Park for some baseball and a picnic, then get your crazy on with a trip to Poker Palace for the $1 blackjack tables and the chance to strike it rich.

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Riviera Hotel and Casino

3 stars
3.1 / 5 2359 reviews
A classic gem with variety of rooms, food and Crazy GirlsCelebrating more than 55 years of non-stop entertainment, the Riviera Hotel & Casino is a Las Vegas icon. With more than 2,000 hotel rooms and 140,000 square feet of convention space, the Riviera brings a rich tradition of quality, service and hospitality excellence. Located on the north end of Las Vegas Boulevard, the Riviera features more than 100,000 square feet of casino space with all of the latest games, along with award-winning entertainment and a variety of dining options at an exceptional value.This full-service Las Vegas Strip hotel features outstanding shows performing nightly in intimate theater settings. Dining options include R Steak & Seafood Restaurant, Wicked Vicky Tavern, and the Banana Leaf Cafe. This Las Vegas Strip Hotel & Casino is minutes away from Downtown Las Vegas, the Fremont Street Experience, and a quick cab ride from McCarran International Airport. The hotel is located adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center. Highlights Close to the Las Vegas Convention CenterAutomated kiosk registration to avoid long lines at check-inThe intimate, long-standing Riveria Comedy ClubValet parking Location The Riviera Hotel and Casino sits on the Northern end of the Las Vegas Strip, across from Circus Circus and near the Las Vegas Convention Center.  Rooms Five towers and 2,075 rooms and suites at Riviera Hotel and Casino offer a variety of accommodations. Colored in contemporary design, each room features European-style pillow top bedding, air conditioning, international direct-dial phone, cable flat-screen TV, iron/ironing board, hairdryer, Wi-Fi access and safe deposit box. Some units have refrigerator and Jacuzzi. Non-smoking and accessible rooms are also available upon request. FeaturesEntertainment at the Riviera Hotel and Casino includes the long-running Crazy Girls topless show girls revue, a comedic hypnotist and more. Check out the casino for Crazy Leroy's Race & Sports Book as well as the poker room. Guests seeking rejuvenation and sport can find what they need at the fitness center, and tennis courts. Illusions staring Jan Rouven: features some of the most dangerous and thrilling acts and gives the audience a front-row seat into the imagination of a master illusionist. The Riviera Comedy Club features new headliners each week, in the most intimate Comedy Club in Las Vegas nightly.The Pawn Shop Live is based on the story of the world's most famous and beloved pawn shop, Gold & Silver Pawn. The production, which has been fully endorsed by the break-out stars of the hit television show, includes story contributions from Rick Harrison and the Harrison family. PAWN SHOP LIVE! runs nightly inside the Starlite Theatre. Men the Experience is a live, action-packed, 75-minute show performed by some of the hottest men in Las Vegas. DiningThe Riviera Hotel and Casino makes dining a delight to the senses. The hotel serves breakfast, lunch and dinner of Malaysian flavors at the on-site Banana Leaf Cafe, open all day. Steak and seafood meals are available for dinner at RSteak & Seafood. Mardi Gras Food Court is a quick service specialty restaurant.Visitors can have a fun time enjoying drinks and cocktails at Casino Lounge: Forever Doo Wop on site. Wicked Vicky's Tavern features over 90 beers, including ales, stouts, and lagers plus a wide variety of mixed libations, and a game room with pool and darts. Patrons can also watch sporting events like soccer, rugby, football, and basketball. Pub dishes such as burgers, pizzas, and salads are also on offer.  TransportationMcCarran International Airport (4 mi/6.4 km)The Deuce bus stops on the StripHertz car rental desk on siteTaxi stand on site AttractionsAdventuredome (across the Strip)Stratosphere tower (1.4 mi/2.3 km)Las Vegas Convention Center (0.9 mi/1.4 km)SPEED the Ride (0.5 mi/0.8 km)Indoor skydiving (0.4 mi/0.6 km) BusinessConvention Center offers 160,000 square feet of meeting and event space.Business center offers computers/internet, fax/copying, notary, shipping/receiving, supplies and even temporary support personnel. Policies and feesResort fee is $17 USD per day plus tax.NOTE: The Wicked Vicky's Tavern is now from 8 AM to 12 AM. NOTE: The Riviera Casino & Hotel requires a valid credit card to check in and also valid ID. The hotel requires a $100 per stay deposit in addition to the room rate, daily resort charges and applicable taxes. The hold will be released 3-10 business days after departure depending on the credit card issuers processing speed. If you're using a debit card as a method of payment your primary account will be charged the full amount and the funds will not be available to you through your debit/check card for up to 3-10 business days. The Riviera is not responsible for overdrafts/fees associated with your credit/debit card. Playpen is available for $20 USD per day. This fee will include the following amenities:In Room Internet Access (Wi-Fi) Fitness Center Access Local Calls Unlimited in-room safe usage Parking Tennis Court Access Coupon Book ($250 value) Incoming Fax Service (5 Copies at UPS Store)
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Excalibur Hotel and Casino

3 stars
3.5 / 5 5931 reviews
With its colored castle turrets, Dungeon arcade room and courtyard pool, Excalibur Hotel and Casino from MGM Resorts International hits all the right notes with the kids. It's also equally popular with the casino crowd, with over 100,000-square-feet of card tables and slot machine action. This Las Vegas hotel packs in the Medieval references guests might expect from the name -from shopping at unique souvenir stores like Dragon's Lair, to the dramatic evening dinner show Tournament of Kings, which recreates the jousting battles of old England. You can even dine in the Steakhouse at Camelot for time-travel kicks with thick-cuts of beef, but if you're after something a little more global, try the generous portion sizes at Italian Buca di Beppo. Key facts3,981 guestrooms100,000-square-foot casinoOutdoor swimming pool and barFitness facilitiesMultiple ballrooms, large conference and meeting roomsShopping on-site6 restaurants: The Steakhouse at Camelot, Buca di Beppo, Dick's Last Resort, Excalibur buffet, Baja Fresh, Castle Walk food courtIn-room dining2 barsBeauty servicesFull-service health spa and saunaNightclub: Octane Lounge NeighborhoodLocated right on the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Tropicana Avenue, it's easy to take a tram or walk to other nearby casino-hotels from Excalibur Hotel and Casino. Shows like the Blue Man Group at Monte Carlo Theater should not be missed by those seeking something truly unique and large-scale. Wishing to put some serious miles on that credit card during your vacation? Head south along the Boulevard for the posh Shoppes at Mandalay Place before cooling your heels at the Minus5 Ice Lounge. Hints and tipsIf you want to see the Las Vegas "that was," cross over to Fremont Street. Lacking the sheen of the "new Vegas," this area has a distinct charm in its mid-20th Century neon signs, like the Golden Nugget Gambling Hall. Keen-eyed visitors may spot a few locations from the James Bond movie Diamonds are Forever. Policies and FeesResort fee is $20 USD plus tax per room and per day, which includes access to fitness center, complimentary daily newspaper, complimentary incoming faxes, wired Internet access in guest rooms, unlimited local and toll-free calls from guest rooms, and complimentary printing of boarding passes.
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Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino

4 stars
4.1 / 5 2427 reviews
Downtown Vegas gem offers Chart House, Tank pool and shark aquarium With the addition of the impressive Rush Tower, the Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino has reconfirmed its place as downtown Las Vegas' most luxurious resort. Guests here can indulge in a variety of rooms, suites and amenities, including the notorious shark tank and pool deck, a luxury spa and full service salon, plus seven dining options. Take your pick of entertainment with impressionist comedian Gordie Brown, the Country Superstars Tribute show, Rush Lounge's Frankie Moreno Band, or dancing above the Fremont Street Experience at Gold Diggers.     Highlights Rush Tower rooms and amenities offer Strip-style luxuryThe Tank pool complex features a 200-gallon shark aquarium, three-story waterslide, heated pool and private cabanasGet some laughs with celebrity impressions of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jack Nicholson, and Elvis Presley at Gordie Brown LIVEDine at seven restaurants, including Vic & Anthony's and the Chart House aquarium restaurantJust outside the doors, the Fremont Street Experience calls with its open-air canopy and gigantic multimedia screen Rooms Over 2,000 non-smoking rooms and suites across four towers offer a deluxe variety of accommodations at the Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino. Standard rooms in the luxurious Rush Tower are a generous 439 square feet and feature iPod docking stations, 42" plasma screens, DVD players, pillow-top beds and down comforters, and bathrooms with twin decolav sinks, a lighted makeup mirror and waterfall showerheads. The Nugget's spacious Carson Tower rooms are more formally styled, with marble lined bathrooms and pillow-top beds. More classic standard rooms in the Gold Tower include pillow-top beds and 42" plasma TVs, while Gold Club Rooms on the 16th and 17th floors offer more modern styling and concierge-level amenities. Suites in the Spa Tower, most of which are two-level, come with a wet bar, living and dining areas, large bathrooms with two-person spa tubs and dramatic views. No matter the tower, most rooms offer a variety of views that include the Vegas Strip, Spring Mountains and/or the pool deck.  FeaturesDaredevils love the Golden Nugget's three-story waterslide for more than just the drop – the slide also plunges through the immense shark tank by way of a secure tube. Also on the third floor of The Tank, the secluded Hideout pool deck offers an adults-only scene with an infinity pool and the H20 Bar. Back inside, the 45,000 square-foot-casino draws gamers to its popular slot and video poker machines, table games, race and sports book and poker room. The Golden Nugget also offers select retail (including a jewelry shop and high-end boutique apparel), an arcade and a golf concierge. Cabanas and daybeds at both the Golden Nugget and Hideout pools are available for a fee. Free self- and valet parking is available. DiningAs with most luxury Vegas resorts, dining options at the Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino range from seafood at Chart House with its 75,000 gallon tropical fish aquarium, Vic & Anthony's for steak, Red Sushi, Grotto Italian, Lillie's Asian Cuisine and The Grille. Start the day with coffee at Starbucks or breakfast at the Buffet. Beer aficionados appreciate the big selection of 40 different brews at the casino's International Beer Bar.  Transportation McCarran International Airport (5.7 mi/9.2 km)Taxi stand on propertyBudget Car Rental on propertyThe Deuce Bus (across the street at Horseshoe Casino) Attractions Fremont Street Experience Viva Vision displays (adjacent)Free headliners on First and Third Street stages (adjacent and across mall)Zip line ride above the pedestrian mall (adjacent)Neon Museum (1 mi/1.6 km)Las Vegas Premium Outlets (1 mi/1.6 km) Business Internet access is available for a fee37,000 square feet of meeting and event space, including The Grand event center Policies and feesGuests must be 21 or older to check inPLEASE NOTE: At check-in all guests will be required to present a Major Credit Card (not a debit card) for incidentals Rollaways and cribs are available for $20 USD per night (not included in the extra person fee)The hotel charges a daily resort fee of $20 USD plus tax. This fee includes the following amenities: in-room Wi-Fi access for two devices, fitness centre access which includes cardio area and strength training equipment, two bottles of water, boarding pass printing available at front desk and box office, valet and self-parking, newspaper available in each hotel tower lobby (6AM to 10AM), and downtown destination coupons. This resort fee will replace the current $5 USD destination fee.
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Treasure Island-TI

4 stars
3.9 / 5 3618 reviews
Treasure Island Hotel and Casino premiered its Caribbean-pirate-themed property on the Las Vegas Strip in 1993. Today guests can rent a cabana beside the tropical outdoor pool before jumping in the hot tub.  Book a therapeutic on-site massage, or play Baccarat, Craps, Roulette and Poker in the 24-hour TI casino. Dining is another highlight at the Treasure Island resort, and with 10 restaurants to choose from, everything from Italian to seafood, steak, and Vietnamese cuisine is up for grabs. Try the two-for-one buffet for culinary delights like lobster ravioli, barbecued spare ribs and large chocolate-dipped strawberries. Key facts95,000-square-foot casino 10 restaurants6 bars and loungesOutdoor poolSpa and salonBusiness centerWedding chapelsPedestrian link to Fashion Show shopping mall and Grand Canal ShoppesTram to the MirageMystère by Cirque du Soleil show NeighborhoodWith its central Strip location and affordable deluxe rooms, the TI is a great hotel for those looking to enjoy easy access to upscale Vegas attractions and shows. Within walking distance are the Mirage's volcano-with its nightly eruption schedule-show, pedestrian bridges to the Fashion Show Mall, plus Siegfried & Roy's shimmering dolphin pools and ornate tropical gardens. Hints and tipsThe 4-star Treasure Island Hotel has developed a reputation for its super-comfortable beds and enormous bathtubs. Book the Mystère by Cirque du Soleil show for a highly energetic and acrobatic evening of entertainment. Policies and FeesThe hotel charges $29 USD resort fee plus tax per night. The fee includes high-speed Internet access, access to fitness centre, 2-for-1 buffet, 2-for-1 cocktail, daily newspaper at guest services, in-room local/toll free phone calls, printed airline boarding passes, and copies and faxes up to 10 pages.Exterior construction has been completed on the new, three-storey, 48,000 square feet retail centre located on the northeast corner of the hotel Spring Mountain Rd and Las Vegas Blvd (the Strip).CVS pharmacy on the ground floor is scheduled to open in April 2015 (subject to change). The pharmacy will offer general merchandise including over-the-counter drugs, beauty products and cosmetics, photo finishing, seasonal merchandise, greeting cards and convenience items.
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Luxor Hotel and Casino

4 stars
3.5 / 5 6499 reviews
The Luxor might not be the oldest hotel on the Las Vegas Strip, but built in the shape of an Egyptian-style pyramid with a fully-intact stone Sphinx out front, it has a character all its own -as well as being the sixth-largest hotel in the world. Renovated in 2008, Luxor Hotel Las Vegas hosts world-class performers like magician Criss Angel, and features a sky bridge jam-packed with upscale boutiques. Dream of ancient civilizations as you float past pillars in the hotel's oasis-like pools, before hitting the dance floor at the LAX Nightclub. Don't want to miss the game while you're working your way through the drinks menu? The Playbar lets guests keep updated with the latest plays and scores while they sip. Key facts4,000 guestrooms including 442 suites9 restaurants: Tender Steak & Seafood, Rice & Company, Public House, T&T, More The Buffet at Luxor, Pyramid Cafe, Backstage Deli, Food Court and Blizz120,000-square-foot casino4 swimming poolsHealth spa and salonMultiple large conference and meeting rooms, plus Egyptian BallroomIn-room diningBusiness services include photocopying and package handlingMultilingual staff NeighborhoodThe mighty Luxor Sphinx looks out onto a constantly changing lightshow and a neighborhood that's rocking and rolling 24/7. Next door to the Luxor, guests will find plenty to eat, drink and try on for size at the Shoppes at Mandalay Place, while legendary Vegas gambling spots such as Caesars Palace and Bellagio are only a couple of miles away. If traversing this northern section of the Strip, visitors might find it easier to use the local monorail.  The postcard-worthy "Welcome to Las Vegas" sign is only a little way south from the hotel. Hints and tipsGolfing fans should try the impressive golf facilities at Bali Hai, Royal Links and Desert Pines. All three courses are within a short walk, easily bookable through the Luxor, and practically demand a visit from seasoned players and beginners alike.
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Departure Arrival Travel dates Round-trip
New York Las Vegas Mon, Mar 23 - Wed, Apr 1 $248
Chicago Las Vegas Tue, Mar 24 - Wed, Mar 25 $137
Newark Las Vegas Wed, Feb 25 - Tue, Mar 3 $291
Washington DC Las Vegas Tue, Mar 3 - Wed, Mar 11 $158
Los Angeles Las Vegas Tue, Feb 24 - Wed, Feb 25 $81
San Francisco Las Vegas Tue, Mar 10 - Wed, Mar 18 $97
Dallas Las Vegas Sat, Feb 21 - Tue, Feb 24 $117
Detroit Las Vegas Tue, Feb 17 - Thu, Feb 19 $197
Philadelphia Las Vegas Tue, Feb 17 - Mon, Feb 23 $187
Atlanta Las Vegas Mon, Feb 23 - Fri, Feb 27 $216
Boston Las Vegas Tue, Mar 10 - Tue, Mar 17 $286
Seattle Las Vegas Wed, Feb 18 - Sat, Feb 21 $187
Denver Las Vegas Mon, Mar 23 - Tue, Mar 31 $78
Charlotte Las Vegas Tue, Mar 17 - Fri, Mar 20 $355
Fort Lauderdale Las Vegas Mon, Feb 23 - Wed, Feb 25 $177
Minneapolis Las Vegas Sat, Feb 14 - Sat, Feb 21 $167
Honolulu Las Vegas Fri, Mar 27 - Mon, Apr 6 $471
Baltimore Las Vegas Wed, Feb 18 - Sat, Feb 21 $117
Pittsburgh Las Vegas Mon, Mar 9 - Wed, Mar 11 $307
Houston Las Vegas Tue, Feb 24 - Tue, Mar 3 $165
Tampa Las Vegas Tue, Feb 24 - Thu, Feb 26 $271
Milwaukee Las Vegas Mon, Mar 9 - Wed, Mar 11 $225
Orlando Las Vegas Tue, Mar 3 - Wed, Mar 11 $291
Portland Las Vegas Mon, Feb 23 - Thu, Feb 26 $127
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Best time to take a vacation to Las Vegas

  • Las Vegas is a great place to visit any time of the year in relation to both entertainment and weather. The temperatures are at their most comfortable in the late spring or early fall; however, if you can cope with sweltering dry heat, the summer months will be a good time to catch a bargain flight or hotel room. The National Finals Rodeo is massively popular in December of every year, while huge numbers of racing fans flock to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway every March to watch exciting NASCAR. Halloween in Vegas is an incredible experience and is recommended especially if the holiday falls on a weekend.

Insider tips for Las Vegas travel

  • the Gun Store

    Get some real shooting practice at the Gun Store on East Tropicana, firing off rounds from quality weapons that you probably wouldn’t go near on a daily basis.

  • Paiute Reservation

    Play an unforgettable round of golf at the Paiute Reservation surrounded by nothing but desert and mountains—just watch those bunkers.

  • Swan Court

    Watch the magnificent swans in the lagoon alongside the private area at Swan Court at Aureole for a truly memorable dining experience.

  • Onda Lounge

    Enjoy a selection of top wines in a free tasting afternoon every Friday at the Onda Lounge at the Mirage.

  • Pinball Museum

    Take a trip down memory lane at the Pinball Museum and try your hand playing on a machine from back in the day.

Las Vegas highlights

  • Las Vegas highlights
  • Casinos

    Even if you don't want to spend a cent, exploring the casinos is a must on a Las Vegas vacation. From the ritzy surrounds to the cheap 24/7 eateries, you'll be kept entertained for free. Our list of musts includes Caesar's Palace for the marble statues and celeb-sightings, the Golden Nugget to check out the world's biggest piece of gold, and the Mirage for the huge fish tank housing tropical fish, eels and sharks.

  • Bellagio Fountains

    Arguably one of the best free shows in Vegas, these massive fountains come to life every half hour to dance to music and lights. Take advantage of this perfect place to take photos, people-watch and enjoy the legendary buzz – a true Las Vegas travel experience.

  • Grand Canal Shops at the Venetian

    This place is crazy, in a good way. Sit in the square and enjoy free tunes while you watch the gondolas drift by. Go window shopping past the high-end boutiques and watch the rich in their natural habitat. For cheap dining, head to Canonita for some delicious Mexican on your Las Vegas travels.

  • Live shows

    Like the casinos, the live shows in Vegas have to be seen to be believed. Whether you're experiencing the sensory overload of the Cirque du Soleil or seeing a show-biz great (Elton John, for example), nothing completes a Las Vegas vacation like treating yourself to a show. It doesn't have to break the bank, either, with many hotels offering half-price tickets to patrons.

  • Fremont Street Experience

    Grab a $1 hot dog and sit back to watch the free light bulb extravaganza. Shows are held every hour from 8:30 p.m. to midnight, so you have plenty of time to catch the action. Plus, the area is filled with casinos that are much cheaper to play at than the ones on the main strip. When it comes to budget Las Vegas vacation activities, Fremont Street is your winning bet.

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