Las Vegas Casinos:

When you think of Las Vegas, you think of Las Vegas casinos. They've been glorified in films and on the small screen. And for good reason. They're everything you've been told and more. The lights. The sounds. The pulsating energy. You'll love every second of it.
There are more games than ever. And if you're not sure you know what you're doing, the dealers are happy to help teach you. So go on. Let the cards, chips and dice fall where they may.


Bellagio has earned a prestigious AAA Five Diamond Award for 2012, adding to the collection of awards this property has received. Bellagio combines Old World elegance with modern luxuries in a 3,900 room resort in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.
The Tuscan-themed resort transports guests to the Vegas version of the famous town on Italy's Lake Como. Dancing water choreographed to popular music and show-tunes soars 240 feet above an eight-acre lake, surrounded by deluxe guest rooms and suites, abundant dining, entertainment, shopping and gaming options. While you may not want to leave your posh accommodations, with contemporary custom furniture, fine art, sunken bathtubs and such conveniences as high-speed Internet access, there's much to see and do, eat and buy here.

Caesars Palace:
Celebrating the glory of Rome, Caesars Palace has been a must-see destination resort since it opened in 1966. Located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, those famous fountains, dramatic gabled pediments and Corinthian columns are world-renowned.

A renaissance that began in 2000 has elevated its status even higher. The addition of the $95 million Colosseum brings superstar performers and lavish productions shows. Celebrity chefs Bradley Ogden and Bobby Flay joined Caesars with the opening of Ogden's namesake restaurant, and Flay's Mesa Grill, his first restaurant outside New York.

Wynn  The exclusive Encore at Wynn Las Vegas has earned many acknowledgements including the AAA Five Diamond Hotel Award, the Forbes Five-Star Award for the Tower Suites at Encore, and the Forbes Four-Star Award for Encore Las Vegas. The Spa at Encore also received the Forbes Five-Star award.

Encore offers all of the amenities and indulgences of Wynn Las Vegas plus a new array of accommodations, restaurants, shopping and leisure activities including five signature restaurants, 11 designer boutiques, a European-inspired salon and spa, expansive pool areas, exciting leisure activities and the ultra chic nightclub, XS.

Luxor Hotel  
One of the most recognizable structures in Las Vegas, the Luxor Hotel stands majestically among the best in themed hotels. With its identifiable pyramid and illuminating spotlight emanating from its apex, the Luxor is one of the few man-made structures visible from space.

Aside from its dramatic structure, Luxor provides an even more awe-inspiring sight as guests step inside and witness the world's largest open atrium.


Mandalay Bay Striking architecture and lush tropical surroundings are the hallmarks of Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino on the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip.
This award-winning resort features more than 3,200 guest rooms and suites, including 424 accommodations managed by the Four Seasons (which has its own separate entrance, lobby, restaurants and pool area ) and 100 House of Blues themed rooms. The ultra- comfortable accommodations feature such amenities as his-and-hers lighted closets, dual- line phones with internet access, separate soaking tubs and showers. The contemporary suites feature a sophisticated topical theme with wet bars, refrigerators, dining sets and spa tubs. fabulous.

New York - New York  The best of the Big Apple buzzes inside the New York New York Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip. The trip begins with a stroll across a 300-foot Brooklyn Bridge, past facades of 12 New York-style skyscrapers (all one-third scale, including a 47-story Empire State Building) and ends at a 150-foot Statue of Liberty.

The other city that never sleeps, Las Vegas' homage to NYC - one of the Strip's more clever displays of themed architecture - even has a Coney Island-style roller coaster (The Roller Coaster, which twists, loops and dives around the property) and replicas of Grand Central Station and Ellis Island.


The Mirage Hotel The Mirage hotel introduced the concept of destination resort to Las Vegas and recently underwent a stunning transformation to maintain its preeminent position in what has become an increasingly competitive market. While introducing contemporary amenities designed to recapture the resort's leading-edge position, The Mirage maintains the exceptional service standards and sophisticated atmosphere that have distinguished it as a AAA Four Diamond Luxury Resort and Casino.
Once inside, a sun-lit atrium welcomes you with palm trees towering above waterfalls and pools. The Mirage aquarium displays new, brighter artificial corals and hundreds of unique sea creatures that evoke the exotic beauty of such tropical locales as Australia's Great Barrier Reef.


Paris Las Vegas Two of the world's most exciting cities combine to create the Paris Las Vegas hotel and casino, a vacation destination that's full of romance, adventure and extraordinary dining.
In this version of the City of Light, you can hit the highlights in no time. As part of its architecture, the resort has detailed replicas of the Arc de Triomphe, Louvre fa?de, Paris Opera House and Hotel de Ville. And you certainly can't miss the 50-story, half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower, now one of Las Vegas' most famous landmarks. Ride with the elevator operator/tour guide to the tower's top-floor observation deck, where you can see practically all of Las Vegas. On the way down, at the 11th floor, the Eiffel Tower Restaurant serves up a dining experience you'll never forget, including breathtaking views of the Strip and mouthwatering cuisine from France.

Stratosphere Hotel At 1,149 feet, the Stratosphere Casino, Hotel and Tower on the northern edge of the Las Vegas Strip stands twice the height of any other building in the city - the tallest building west of the Mississippi, and the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States. The Stratosphere Tower features indoor and outdoor observation decks, the world's highest thrill rides and a 360-seat revolving restaurant and cocktail lounge.

Guests are whisked from the ground floor to the observation decks in less than 35 seconds via double-decker elevators traveling at speeds of 1,800 feet per minute or three floors a second.

The Venetian On the historic site of the Sands Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip, Sheldon Adelson recreated the Italian city of Venice when he built the Venetian Resort, Hotel and Casino featuring famous landmarks, winding canals and authentic gondolas.

Behind the facade of the Doge's Palace, you will find marble floors, hand-painted frescoes and plush furnishings surrounding a 120,000-square-foot casino with 2,100 slot machines, 130 table games, a high-limit salon, race and sports book and a newly expanded baccarat venue with added privacy for VIPS.



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