Prior to your trip to Las Vegas – study what the different hotels have to offer – before you make your booking! If it is your first trip – prepare to be truly 'wowed' by the imagination and the magnitude Vegas Hotels and Casinos offer!
The MGM Grand: extremely luxurious accommodation, with the Grand Tower providing Bungalow suites, Celebrity Spa suites, Glamor suites. The Grand Tower has some of the largest rooms – all have black and white marble bathrooms and huge wardrobes. The MGM Grand Casino is said to have the largest selection of slot machines out of all the casinos in town.
The Luxor: is shaped like an Egyptian pyramid and has an Egyptian theme. The elevators that go up to the hotel rooms even go up in a diagonal angle!
There are also rides and attractions for children, all of which are Egyptian themed.
The Excalibur: has a medieval theme. The Excalibur has a show that portrays knights jousting, and a midway with carnival games – great if you have children with you.
Circus Circus: another great hotel if you have children. Circus has a midway with many carnival games and circus acts every hour.
Paris Hotel: this Paris-themed hotel features a half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe. It boasts French restaurants, a casino, and shopping mall resembling Paris street scenes. A formal French garden contains a huge pool – so French, you're swear you were in France!
The Golden Nugget Hotel: one of the origins – marble and mirrors – very elegant! The hotel uses 550,000 watts of sound and two million light bulbs, – to dazzle the nights- right outside the hotel.
The Flamingo: Las Vegas first casino hotel – centrally located at the famous four corners of Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo Road.
The Sahara: this hotel has an on-site thrill ride – guests can drive simulated race cars at the Cyber Speedway, or ride a roller coaster launched from inside the NASCAR Café.
The Mandalay Bay Resort: this hotel has a tropical theme with an 11-acre water complex. It has a complimentary monorail that connects the hotel to the Luxor and Excalibur hotels.
Caesars Palace: with a Roman theme – complete with the Colosseum. Caesars, considered to be the jewel of the strip, opened its doors in August 1966, and although much has changed since then, the essentials remain the same: unsurpassed service, royal surroundings and entertainment maximus.
The Bellagio: an Italian themed hotel – which brings true European elegance to Las Vegas – with glass ceilings admitting natural light; fresh flowers and trees in the Conservatory; detailed tile work; fine art on display through the property; luxurious rooms; fine Italian cuisines; and an excellent shopping center.
The Mirage: timeless beauty and tropical surroundings – it has a breathtaking front desk area featuring a 20,000-gallon saltwater aquarium that houses 60 species of tropical fish.
The Monte Carlo: with Renaissance statues and cascading fountains – this hotel is a solid …