Las Vegas, NV

The city that glitters 24 hours a day needs no introduction. It has it all – the most fabulous hotels in the world, a non-stop program of entertainment, and adventures for everyone. It also lies in a spectacular setting of natural and other wonders, such as museums, rides and the Hoover Dam, an engineering wonder of the world.

For First Time Visitors

• High Roller
• Fremont Street Experience
• Bellagio Fountains
• Cirque du Soleil
• Lip Smacking Foodie Tours

For Repeat Visitors

• Vegas Golden Knights game
• The Mob Museum
• Topgolf
• Flightlinez Bootleg Canyon


Las Vegas is known for its “destination spas,” with more than 45 luxury spas offered as amenities inside its famed resorts. The “Entertainment Capital of the World” just might become your favorite retreat for relaxation and rejuvenation. Exotic treatments and amenities can be had at any of Las Vegas’ spas, including Canyon Ranch Spa Club at The Venetian and The Palazzo Las Vegas, The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Palace, ESPA at Vdara Hotel & Spa and Sahra Spa & Hammam at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

When you’re ready to get lunch, be sure to experience one of the destination’s main stays, all-you-can-eat buffets. Once you have experienced a Las Vegas buffet, your view on the subject will be skewed. Check out the gourmet buffet at Wicked Spoon inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas or the new A.Y.C.E. Buffet, standing for “All-You-Can-Eat,” at the Palms Casino Resort . If you’re looking to experience more than one, Caesars Entertainment offers a single pass to experience six resort buffets for one price, the Buffet of Buffets.

There’s a good reason why Las Vegas is called the “Entertainment Capital of the World.” Since its Rat Pack days, Las Vegas has been inextricably associated with legendary shows and entertainers. Say “Las Vegas” and it’s likely that showgirls in elaborate headdresses and Elvis impersonators will come to mind. But today, Las Vegas is home to a number of world-renowned entertainers. On any given weekend, you can see Celine Dion, Elton John, Rod Stewart or Mariah Carey at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace; Gwen Stefani, Backstreet Boys or Lionel Richie at the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino; or Cher, Lady Gaga, Ricky Martin or Bruno Mars at the Park Theater. If a production show is up your alley, Las Vegas is home to seven Cirque du Soleil productions, BAZ – A Musical Mash-up inspired by Baz Luhrmann’s take on “Romeo + Juliet,” “Moulin Rouge,” “The Great Gatsby,” and “Strictly Ballroom” at Palazzo Theatre and Blue Man Group at the Luxor Hotel & Casino.


You’ll be surprised to find that a variety of exotic and amazing animals call Las Vegas home, including zebra sharks, jellyfish and other denizens of the deep at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino’s Shark Reef Aquarium or the Silverton Aquarium. Learn about endangered and rare animals at Siegfried and Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at The Mirage or visit exotic birds at the Flamingo Las Vegas.

Learn about Las Vegas’ history first hand when you head downtown to Fremont Street. Walk the street where it all began. Visit the first casino in town at the Golden Gate or watch nightly shows on the world’s largest LED screen, VivaVision. Experience the cultural revival in the Fremont East district. The first Friday of the month turns this area into the arts hub of the destination. On the opposite end of downtown is Symphony Park, which is home to The Smith Center for the Performing Arts, DISCOVERY Children’s Museum and Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.

For a uniquely Vegas take on the museum scene, be sure to add the Neon Museum and the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement better known as the MOB Museum, to your agenda.


If adrenaline is what you seek, Las Vegas will deliver. Accelerate the fun on any number of rides at 100 stories above ground at the Stratosphere Las Vegas, The Big Apple Coaster Virtual Reality Experience at New York-New York Hotel & Casino, SlotZilla zip line attraction at Fremont Street Experience or America’s largest indoor theme park, the Adventuredome at Circus Circus.

If you have a need for speed, be sure to sign up for Sky Combat Ace, SPEEDVEGAS, Exotics Racing or Dream Racing driving experiences. If the open air and scenic views are on your checklist, Boulder City Flight Lines is the perfect fit as you zip line across the desert canyons.

After all of the adrenaline-inducing activities, you will be ready to take a break from the bright lights of the city and explore the surrounding areas. Lake Mead National Recreation Area offers boating, swimming and fishing. A favorite of rock climbers and hikers, Red Rock Canyon, features magnificent rock formations of brilliantly colored sandstone. At Mount Charleston, activities include horseback riding, hiking, camping, picnicking and snowboarding and skiing at the Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort. There’s also Valley of Fire, Death Valley, the Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam. For a unique and up-close experience, consider taking a tour by Pink Jeep Tours, Maverick Helicopters, Sundance Helicopters, Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopters or a number of other providers.


Las Vegas has become a premier destination among celebrities and those that want to be treated like celebrities. You can stay in any number of luxury resorts such as the ARIA Sky Suites, Nobu Hotel within Caesars Palace, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, The Venetian and Palazzo Las Vegas and Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas.

If you want to see a celebrity in person, check out the top-notch nightlife venues in town. The Kardashians have been seen celebrating many family milestones at Chateau Nightclub at Paris Las Vegas and TAO Nightclub at The Venetian Las Vegas.

There’s no better way to get to know a celebrity than through their favorite foods. Check out a number of celebrity-owned or inspired dining establishments throughout the destination: Gordon Ramsay’s first “Hell’s Kitchen” restaurant at Caesars Palace, Food Network’s “Iron Chef America” Masaharu Morimoto’s restaurant Morimoto Las Vegas at MGM Grand, GIADA by Giada De Laurentiis at The Cromwell, Robert Irvine’s Public House at the Tropicana Las Vegas and Top Chef Masters’ Chef Lorena Garcia’s CHICA at The Venetian Las Vegas

Finally, to guarantee a true celebrity encounter, or at least a great photo to show your friends, visit Madame Tussauds Las Vegas museum at The Venetian Las Vegas. Visitors can take spin records with Steve Aoki and take photos with celebrities like Britney Spears, George Clooney, Hugh Heffner, Shaquille O’Neal or world icons like President Obama, JFK or Martin Luther King Jr.


Fly into McCarran International Airport and you’ll be just minutes from the Las Vegas Strip and glittering Downtown. If golf is your bag, get an early start and head to one of the area’s 50-plus courses. Within a one- hour radius of the city, you’ll find challenging play and beautiful landscapes developed by world-renowned golfers and designers such as Jack Nicklaus, Rees Jones, Billy Casper and Arnold Palmer.

If you want it, Vegas has it. From designer splurges to bargain deals, Las Vegas has become a one-stop shopping Mecca. Everything from premium outlets to haute couture boutiques can be found in retail centers along the Las Vegas Strip and surrounding areas. Experience some of the top designer boutiques at The Shops at Crystals at CityCenter, The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, Encore Esplanade or The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian Las Vegas. For other uniquely Vegas shopping experiences, be sure to visit the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino or the Fashion Show. If a designer deal is on your list, the Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas offer more than 100 designers to choose from.

Once known for its all-you-can-eat buffets and bargain shrimp cocktails, Las Vegas has transformed itself into a top culinary destination. Las Vegas has redefined the culinary experience by offering one of the most comprehensive collections of celebrity chefs around: Bobby Flay, Emeril Lagasse, Nobu Matsuhisa, Michael Mina, Charlie Palmer, Wolfgang Puck, Guy Savoy, Kerry Simon, Michael Richard and Gordon Ramsey to name a few.

If you think Las Vegas is hot by day, wait until you take it up a notch with one of Las Vegas’ day clubs. No longer reserved just for the night, dancing and electronic music have expanded to the daylight hours. Experience this new trend at a number of outlets in the destination: Ghostbar Day Club at the Palms, Encore Beach Club at Encore Las Vegas, Tao Beach at The Venetian, Wet Republic at MGM Grand, Drai’s Beachclub at The Cromwell or Marquee Day Club at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.  After the sun sets, kick up your heels alongside celebrity DJs that play all night in some of the world’s most celebrated nightlife venues:  XS at Encore Las Vegas, Omnia at Caesars Palace, Hakkasan at MGM Grand or JEWEL Nightclub at Aria Resort and Casino