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The pool area offers a taste of Las Vegas kitsch, which is usually absent in casino-less hotels. Touted as the Hawaiian Gardens, it features tall palms, a lagoon-like pool with a waterfall, and a thatched-roof pavilion set off with tiki torches. Overall, couples, families, and business travelers who don’t mind a less-than-glam location — as in a parking lot shared with a Burger King.
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Gambling at the ten casinos in Downtown Las Vegas can be an easy, enjoyable experience. The clubs are clustered around Fremont Street, and parking is easily available behind clubs like the Horseshoe and Golden Nugget. Free parking requires validation which you get inside the casinos at the security book, the cage, or in restaurants. Otherwise, you’ll pay a few bucks per hour.Read More
We came to Vegas not sure if it was for us - the non-gambling, very light drinkers, and it was for us. So much to see, so much to do, and it doesn't have to involve gambling or drinking. Of course there is nothing wrong with drinking and gambling, it is fun too, but there is so much in Vegas for everyone and all types of people enjoy it. Made the promise to ourselves that we will definitely.Read More
While millions are drawn to Las Vegas, Nevada for its gambling and casinos, there is much more to do in Sin City. Find out how a Las Vegas vacation can be more than just rolling the dice or playing slots.Read More
Some Las Vegas resorts are scaling back their fees or offering “no-resort-fee” promotions during slow periods, despite a lack of data showing a relationship between hotel fees and visitation.Read More
No matter your style or your gambling game, Las Vegas has a casino for you. Here are 12 of the best casinos, where guests can roll the dice, eat like royalty, party like celebs and take in some.Read More
Detailed housekeeping checklists. Half-empty casinos. Reservations-only dining. No shows, nightclubs, sporting events or spas. Here's what travelers can expect as Las Vegas reopens for tourists.Read More
Bugsy Siegel, Meyer Lansky, and Moe Sedway took over the Las Vegas Club, El Cortez, and other downtown casinos in the 1940’s, and built the Flamingo Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip in 1946. Does that count as founding Las Vegas? We don’t think so. Did they make it more exciting? Yeah, no doubt!Read More
Oct 31, 2016 - Visiting Las Vegas for the first time? Check out these fun things to do in Vegas besides gambling. Save money on attractions and tours with these Vegas Explorer Pass.Read More
Think Las Vegas and one word comes to mind: gambling. Think of another word and it will probably be casinos. Yes, this no holds barred hotbed of nefarious 24-hours a day gambling in Nevada's Mojave Desert is ruled by the love of money and the pursuit of even more of it. But, and it's a big but, there is far more to the 'Entertainment Capital of the World' than just gambling.Read More
The Signature at the MGM Grand offers a twist on Las Vegas luxury accommodations, set away from the casino The Signature allows for a Las Vegas getaway with a revised version of what you usually expect in Las Vegas. You get luxury, exclusivity and a modern approach to your Las Vegas vacation. The rooms are spacious, they have kitchenettes, large restrooms, and plush furnishings.Read More