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The Basics
This is your go-to, tablet and mobile friendly, pocket
guide to Las Vegas. Worry no more about what to
do on your next vacation — the Expedia team have
it covered. In this survival guide you will find all of
the necessary information for a memorable trip to
Las Vegas, from a comprehensive guide to public
transport to all the information you’ll need on the
city’s top attractions and hidden gems. Whether
you’re travelling with your family, or if you’re looking
for a more alternative venture, this guide covers all
the aspects you’ll need for an enjoyable vacation in
Las Vegas.


General Tourist Attractions

So you’ve finally made it to Vegas baby. It’s not
all about winning a fortune in this fast-paced and
vibrant city in the desert. Las Vegas is full of thrills
and adventures - indeed just walking down the
famous Las Vegas Strip is an experience in itself.
Cool off in the evenings at the Bellagio Fountains,
where a dazzling high powered water jet light show
(try and say that after a few cocktails) each evening
provides an unforgettable event. Or why not head
to the shark reef aquarium at Mandalay Bay, where
you’ll have the chance to see over 2,000 amazing
marine animals including some huge sharks? Take a
break from the tables and see the sights.

Bellagio Fountains
Shark Reef Aquarium
Downtown & Fremont St
Neon Museum
High Roller

3600 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

With a dazzling show every half hour between 3pm

and 8pm, the Bellagio Fountains offers the chance
to see high-powered jets of water dance in the air to
the timeless soundtrack of Frank Sinatra and Gene
Kelly. Stop by for a free show during the evening as
you walk along the Las Vegas Strip - and feel free to
come back again and again as different songs play
throughout the evening.

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Shows run 7 days a week, Tel : +1 702 693 7111
every half hour between
3pm and 8pm, and every
15 mins between 8pm and
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3950 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las W, NV 89119

With more than 2,000 animals on show, the Las

Vegas Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay is
a real bite of adventure. Summer hours are 10am
- 10pm and admission is free for kids aged four
and under. If you feel daring, you can get up close
and personal with sharks, rays and other marine
animals. Tickets are available from the Aquarium
box office or online.

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10am - 8pm (Sun - Thurs) Tel : +1 702 632 4555
10am - 10pm (Fri & Sat)
Summer Hours:
24 May - 1 Sept
10am - 10pm everyday
Last admission at 9pm Find Out More


Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101

Those yearning for a taste of vintage Las

Vegas should pay a visit to The Fremont Street
Experience. Located about two miles north of the
Strip in Downtown Las Vegas, The Fremont Street
Experience is a 1,500 sq ft outdoor mall that’s home
to many of the city’s classic casinos. These include
The Golden Nugget, Four Queens and Golden Gate,
which offers a dazzling free light show at night.

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Open 24 hours a day. Tel : +1 702 678 5777

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770 N Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89101

Alongside the ever-changing attractions and

developments of Las Vegas, remnants of old
buildings live on at the Las Vegas Neon Museum.
This fascinating downtown facility exhibits the
nostalgic memories of casinos past. Guided walks
through the exhibit area allow you to discover
yesterday’s Las Vegas. Tour prices begin at around
the $20 mark.

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The Neon Museum Boneyard Tel : +1 702 387 6366
is only available through a
one hour guided tour. Tours
are available 7 days a week
and tour times vary based on
season (roughly from 9am – Find Out More

3799 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

When is a Ferris wheel actually an observation

wheel? When it’s the High Roller! Not only that,
it holds the Guinness World Record for biggest
observation wheel - coming in at 9 feet taller than
the Singapore Flyer and an incredible 107 feet taller
than the London Eye. Not having any luck on the
tables - don’t worry you can still be a high roller
somewhere in Vegas!

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Mon 12pm - 2am Tel : +1 866 328 1888
Tues 12pm - 2am
Weds 12pm - 2am
Thurs 12pm - 2am
Fri 12pm - 2am
Sat 12pm - 2am Find Out More
Sun 12pm - 2am

Walk in the footsteps of the Rat Pack at the
world-famous casinos of Las Vegas. Dress
suave and think big as you stroll the floors
of iconic buildings like the MGM Grand,
Bellagio and Luxor with its famous man-made
pyramid. Keep your cool as you play roulette,
blackjack, craps and slots. Fancy yourself a
Texas Hold’em hotshot? Head for the famous
poker rooms where the professionals love to
flash their cash. Most of the big casinos have
hotel accommodation attached, so you can
enjoy a glass of Champagne in your room
before heading downstairs for a night of Vegas
excitement. Good luck and gamble safely.

MGM Grand

3799 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

With more than 6,800 rooms, the MGM Grand is the

largest hotel on the Las Vegas Strip. The 171,500 sq
ft casino floor is open 24 hours and features a poker
room, 139 gaming tables and one of the city’s most
popular electronic sports-books where fans can see
the big game results in total comfort. The resort’s 10
fine dining options include Hakkasan, which turns
into a nightclub between Thursday and Sunday.

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Open 24 hours a day. Tel : +1 702 891 1111

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3900 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89119

One of the oldest, grandest casinos on the Strip,

the Luxor is truly unique. At the Luxor, guests have
access to around 2,000 slot machines and dozens
of gaming tables. Hone your poker prowess in the
renowned Luxor Poker Room and dine afterwards
at the excellent Pyramid Cafe. The Luxor is easy to
find at night since the pyramid section lights up the

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Open 24 hours a day. Tel : +1 702 262 4000

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3850 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Opened in 1990, the Excalibur Hotel and Casino sits

at the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Tropicana
at the south end of the Strip. This 24 hour, Camelot-
themed resort is known for its affordable room rates,
100,000 sq ft casino and the wacky daily dinner
show production, Tournament of Kings. A free
tram connects Excalibur to sister resorts Luxor and
Mandalay Bay.

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Open 24 hours a day. Tel : +1 855 981 7764

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3131 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

The dazzling Las Vegas Wynn Casino, named

after the famous developer Steve Wynn, is located
directly across The Strip from the Fashion Show
Mall. Entry is free for Wynn Las Vegas resort guests
- and in true Las Vegas style registered Ferrari
owners also gain free entry. Other guests pay a $10
entry fee, though children accompanying paying
adults are exempt.

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Open 24 hours a day. Tel : +1 702 770 7000

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3600 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

The Las Vegas Bellagio hotel is known for luxury

accommodation, lively nightlife and a 65,000 sq ft
spa and salon. This elegant Italian-inspired resort is
situated behind an eight acre man-made lake that
hosts choreographed fountain shows set to music
and lights. The 116,000 sq foot casino features
a poker room frequently visited by professional

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Open 24 hours a day. Tel : +1 702 693 7111

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3355 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

What happens when the extravagance of Venice

is combined with a 24-hour luxury casino resort?
The result is Las Vegas’s Venetian hotel. From the
Da Vinci inspired decor to its 120,000-square-foot
casino, the Venetian exudes elegance. This 4,024
room resort sits at the north end of the Las Vegas
Strip and offers more than 160 stores via Grand
Canal Shoppes, a themed shopping mall.

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Open 24 hours a day. Tel : +1 702 414 1000

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Hotel Attractions
Spend a few nights in Las Vegas and enjoy
the 24-hour party atmosphere in this buzzing
desert metropolis. When you feel like taking
it easy, close the door of your beautiful hotel
room and relax in supreme comfort - don’t
worry, the party won’t stop while you’re away.

Las Vegas’ iconic hotels often double up

as casinos, as well as having facilities like
spas, massive swimming pools, shows
each evening and night clubs. Head to the
Polynesian-styled Mirage, sail along in a
gondola at The Venetian, or visit the aquarium
at Mandalay Bay. Wherever you stay in Vegas
you’ll find that this is a city that knows the
secret of hospitality.

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The Mirage

Caesars Palace


The Venetian


Mandalay Bay

Treasure Island


3400 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

The incredible Las Vegas Mirage sports a golf

course, a packed schedule of shows and a wacky
man-made volcano that erupts nightly. As with other
hotel casinos on the Strip, entrance to the tables is
free, but you will need to buy tickets for attractions.
Shows range from Cirque du Soleil’s celebrated
Michael Jackson ONE to Siegfried & Roy’s Secret
Garden. The Mirage is pure show business!

Book Now


Open 24 hours a day. Tel : +1 702 791 7111

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3950 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89119

Caesars Palace brings the opulence of Rome to

a Vegas address. Relax alongside toga-clad staff,
soaring columns and spectacular fountains. Find
your inner Roman at the Garden of the Gods pool
oasis, the Forum Shops or the Roman bath-inspired
Qua Spa. Located at 3570 Las Vegas Boulevard,
Caesars Palace has been a strip staple for nearly 50

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Open 24 hours a day. Tel : +1 702 731 7110

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3730 Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

This big Las Vegas Strip favourite is full of surprises

including a casino the size of three American
football fields! Open 24/7 you can also see Zarkana
at the hotel Aria, a show by Cirque du Soleil. Tickets
for the show can be purchased through the box
office or online. Prepare to immerse yourself in
a night of luxury and modern performance at the
fabulous Aria.

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Open 24 hours a day. Tel : +1 866 359 7111

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3355 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

The Venetian replicates the famous Italian city of

Venice on the Las Vegas Strip, including its iconic
canals and gondolas. Along with its quirky Grand
Canal Shoppes area, this 24 hour resort and casino
in Las Vegas offers some fantastic restaurants and
bars. In this wonderfully unusual resort, visitors may
find themselves floating down the canals imagining
they’re in Venice for the night.

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Open 24 hours a day. Tel : +1 702 414 1000

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3600 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

If ever a movie is filmed in Las Vegas, the renowned

fountains of the Bellagio usually wind up in it. This
hotel and casino is an icon. Guests here stay right
on the Strip and have access to more than just
gambling. The Bellagio features a Gallery of Fine
Art, a Conservatory & Botanical Gardens and
regular live musical performances along with its
famous dancing water fountains.

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Open 24 hours a day. Tel : +1 888 987 6667

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3950 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89119

The tropical themed Mandalay Bay takes the Las

Vegas hotel & resort and turns it into a dazzling
scene for the senses. Head along to Michael
Jackson’s excellent ONE live show before dancing
the night way at the Cirque du Soleil inspired Light
nightclub. Fun days out include a trip to Mandalay
Bay’s 11-acre beach with real sand, wave pool and
beach concerts.

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Open 24 hours a day. Tel : +1 877 632 7400
+1 800 745 3000

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3300 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

No surprises which hotel the big pirate ship on The

Strip belongs to - Treasure Island of course! Enjoy
a magical evening here at Cirque du Soleil’s award-
winning Mystere or the Polynesian-themed Island
Heat show. Las Vegas’ Treasure Island brings the
energy of the high seas to the Las Vegas Strip 24
hours a day. Treasure Island features the award-
winning Oleksandra Spa and Salon.

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Open 24 hours a day. Tel : +1 702 894 7111

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3600 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Visible from almost anywhere in the city, the

Stratosphere Tower is located at the northern end of
the Strip. This 24 hour hotspot is the ideal choice for
adrenaline junkies. Guests are invited to try an 829
ft bungee-dive from this staggering building - not for
the faint hearted! If you prefer the quiet life you can
visit the observation deck and see the entire city
from the perfect vantage point.

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Open 24 hours a day. Tel : +1 702 380 7777

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Culture Vultures
Las Vegas is simply bursting with things to do,
especially if you have an appetite for culture. You
can catch some of the biggest names in music, see
some of the most famous shows on the planet, and
let masters of mirth tickle your funny bone. Learn
more about major historical moments, plus figures
and features of Vegas life, at various museums, and
visit marvellous sights such as the Hoover Dam.
After cool daytime and evening entertainment,
you’ll come away from Las Vegas really believing in


Culture Vultures

“Make ‘em laugh, make ‘em laugh, don’t you
know everyone wants to laugh?” Never have
these famous words from Singin’ in The Rain
been so applicable. While you won’t find much
rain in Vegas, there are plenty of top comedy
shows. With everything from big name acts
to rising stars, you’re bound to discover some
chuckles. Giggle at Jeff Dunham and his
menagerie of puppets, or head to The Rio
Hotel and Casino to see Eddie Griffin, who
is famed for his comic turns in hit Hollywood
films. Don’t worry if you lose at the tables –
some Vegas comedy is bound to make you

Jeff Dunham
Terry Fator
Brad Garrett
Andrew Dice
Eddie Griffin

3667 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Laugh out loud in Las Vegas with Jeff Dunham

and his wacky menagerie of puppets. The
world-renowned ventriloquist brings it all to life
Wednesdays through Sundays at the Planet
Hollywood Resort and Casino Showroom. Two
lively and entertaining shows run five days a week
- perfect for a family day out and one of the most
talked about shows in Vegas.

Book Tickets Now

Mon No Showings Tel : +1 855 259 2427
Tues No Showings
Weds 3pm & 4pm & 7pm
Thurs 3pm & 4pm & 7pm
Fri 3pm & 4pm & 7pm
Sat 3pm & 4pm & 7pm Find Out More
Sun 3pm & 4pm & 7pm

3400 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Share a laugh or two with Terry Fator at the Mirage

resort in Las Vegas. Much loved entertainer Terry
Fator wows visitors with his singing, comedy,
celebrity impressions and ventriloquism. This
talented Texas native was the winner of America’s
Got Talent in 2007 and show-goers can enjoy
the hilarious antics of his large cast of puppet
characters. A fun family night out.

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Doors open at 6:30pm Tel : +1 855 259 2427
Show at 7:30pm +1 800 963 9634
Shows are Monday -
(Certain Saturday
performances too) Find Out More


3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Laugh the night away in the MGM Grand Hotel &

Casino in Las Vegas at Brad Garrett’s Comedy
Club. Emmy award winning actor Garrett had a hand
in the club’s design, capturing the inimitable style of
1940s New York. There are nightly comedy shows
from a host of top comedians at Garret’s. You can
book tickets for this hit show online or at the MGM
box office.

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Mon 8pm Tel : +1 866 740 7711
Tues 8pm
Weds 8pm
Thurs 8pm
Fri 8pm
Sat 8pm Find Out More
Sun 8pm


4455 Paradise Road,
Las Vegas, NV 89169

Looking for some grown up comedy? You might

not have heard of Andrew Dice Clay but don’t miss
the chance to experience the culmination of 35
years of the blackest comedy on the planet. Andrew
Dice Clay’s louche brand of shock humour isn’t for
the faint of heart, so strap in tight, and let these
hilarious 9pm shows at the Hard Rock give you a
mischievous thrill.

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Mon No Showings Tel : +1 866 328 1888
Tues No Showings
Weds No Showings
Thurs No Showings
Fri 9pm
Sat 9pm Find Out More
Sun 9pm

3700 West Flamingo Road,
Las Vegas, NV 89103

Kick back and relax in the King’s Room at the Las

Vegas Rio for the Eddie Griffin comedy show. Eddie
Griffin is famous for his bizarre comic turns in hit
movies like Deuce Bigalow. His celebrated Las
Vegas show covers hot topics from politics to race.
Eddie performs Monday through Thursday, and
lucky show-goers can enjoy Griffin’s up-close and
personal style in an intimate theatre space.

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Mon 7pm Tel : +1 702 777 2782
Tues 7pm
Weds 7pm
Thurs 7pm
Fri No Showings
Sat No Showings Find Out More
Sun No Showings
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Vegas is big hair, big songs and big dance
numbers. They city has glitz and glamour,
circus performers swinging from the rooftops,
painted faces, spandex suits, lions, tigers,
spectacular magic tricks and beautiful
people –Vegas is showbiz! See some of
America’s best performing acts, including
the unforgettable Cirque du Soleil that has
several shows going on across the city. Check
out ‘Zarkana’ at Aria, where highly trained
Acrobats take you on a spiritual journey
through a dazzling high wire fantasy universe.
Or relive the classic songs of the Beatles and
Michael Jackson at The Mirage and Mandalay

Blue Man Group

David Copperfield
Cirque Du Soleil
Penn & Teller


3770 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

The Blue Man Group is an unusual show for the

whole family. This iconic and innovative Las Vegas
cabaret combines comedy, music and multimedia
theatrics to dazzle visitors at the Monte Carlo Resort
and Casino. Discounted tickets are available for
children and active military members. Take the
chance to see this energetic and world-famous
group in person.

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Mon 7pm & 9.30pm Tel : +1 702 730 7010
Tues 7pm & 9.30pm
Weds 7pm & 9.30pm
Thurs 7pm & 9.30pm
Fri 7pm & 9.30pm
Sat 7pm & 9.30pm Find Out More
Sun 7pm

3799 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Fall for the illusion as world famous magician David

Copperfield performs at the MGM Grand in Las
Vegas. David performs daily shows with special
matinee performances on Saturdays. Show-goers
can revel in the mystery and magic that the greatest
illusionist of our time brings to Sin City. Will you fall
under his spell?

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Mon 7pm & 9.30pm Tel : +1 866 740 7711
Tues 7pm & 9.30pm
Weds 7pm & 9.30pm
Thurs 7pm & 9.30pm
Fri 7pm & 9.30pm
Sat 4pm & 7pm & 9.30pm Find Out More
Sun 7pm & 9.30pm

Various locations throughout
Las Vegas.

Cirque du Soleil shows take place at different

venues across Las Vegas and have a legendary
reputation. Performances include a musical homage
to the The Beatles at The Mirage and a spiritual
journey to a fantasy universe in ‘Zarkana’ at Aria. By
turns sensual and surreal, Cirque du Soleil shows
will delight the entire family and give those on short
visit to Las Vegas a real taste of the city.

Book Tickets Now

Please refer to showtimes
via the offical Cirque du
Soleil website.

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3700 W Flamingo Rdm
Las Vegas, NV 89103

One of the best loved shows in Vegas, Penn & Teller

are currently the longest-running Las Vegas cabaret
headliners. On any given night, show-goers can
see a cow, guns, knives and a fire-eating showgirl,
and a meet-and-greet is included with every ticket.
To see Penn & Teller at the Rio Resort and Casino
is to experience an unforgettable night of fun and

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Mon 9pm Tel : +1 702 777 2782
Tues 9pm
Weds 9pm
Thurs No Showings
Fri No Showings
Sat 9pm Find Out More
Sun 9pm

3900 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89119

Travellers can add some nonsensical fun to their Las

Vegas experience with the brilliant Jabbawockeez,
voted “Best Family Show” by Las Vegas Magazine.
This colourful cabaret show features an American
all-male hip-hop dance crew, upbeat music, a laser
light show, expert choreography and stunning
special effects. The show takes place at The
fabulous Luxor on the Las Vegas Strip.

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Mon 7pm Tel : +1 866 328 1888
Tues 7pm
Weds 7pm & 9.30pm
Thurs 7pm
Fri 7pm
Sat 7pm & 9.30pm Find Out More
Sun 7pm
Culture Vultures

No party is complete without a great
soundtrack and in Vegas you’ll find hits from
every era played in some truly unforgettable
venues. Clap along to the timeless hits of
Elton John at Caesars – his show ‘The Million
Dollar Piano’ is a singalong spectacular. Time
to rock out? Stamp your feet to classic rock
hits from the 1980’s at ‘Rock of Ages’, which
has been nominated for two Tony Awards. If
it’s a soul and R&B vibe that really gets you
grooving, take a trip to see Boyz II Men at the
fabulous Mirage Hotel.

Elton John
Rock Of Ages
Donny & Marie Osmond
Boyz II Men
Raiding The Rock Vault

3570 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

No other performer complements the glittering

flamboyance of Las Vegas better than Elton John,
who has been delighting crowds in the city for
decades. Elton John’s Las Vegas show is titled “The
Million Dollar Piano,” and concerts are held at the
Colosseum at Caesars Palace. With classic hits like
‘Candle in The Wind’ and ‘Rocketman’ guests will
find it difficult not to sing along!

Book Tickets Now

Mon 7.30pm Tel : +1 888 929 7849
Tues 7.30pm
Weds 7.30pm
Thurs No Showings
Fri 7.30pm
Sat 7.30pm Find Out More
Sun No Showings

3355 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Rock of Ages at The Venetian Hotel has audiences

singing along to classic rock from the 1980s. This
hilarious music show is a feel-good love story that
was nominated for five Tony Awards, including Best
Musical, Best Costume Design and Best Direction.
Shows are held daily and guests can let their hair
down as they find themselves singing along to
Poison, Styx, Bon Jovi, Journey and more.

Book Tickets Now

Mon 8pm Tel : +1 702 414 9000
Tues 8pm +1 866 641 7469
Weds 8pm
Thurs 8pm
Fri 8pm
Sat 8pm Find Out More
Sun 8pm


3555 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Featuring two of America’s most cherished musical

legends performing old and new material, the
Donny and Marie Osmond show is constantly
changing to keep audiences coming back for more.
Performances from this popular pair are held at
various times throughout the week. Absorb the
range of material from this dynamic sibling duo as
they reflect on days gone by.

Book Tickets Now

Mon No Showings Tel : +1 855 234 7469
Tues 7.30pm +1 702 777 2782
Weds 7.30pm
Thurs 7.30pm
Fri 7.30pm
Sat 7.30pm Find Out More
Sun No Showings

3400 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Get into the groove and revel in grammy-award-

winning R&B tunes that defined romance for an
entire generation at Boyz II Men. See the much
talked about Las Vegas Boyz II Men show at the
Mirage Hotel and swoon all over again to hits like
“More Than You’ll Ever Know” and “End of the
Road”. With over 60 million albums sold, Boyz II
Men are sure to take listeners back to the ‘90s.

Book Tickets Now

Mon No Showings Tel : +1 702 792 7777
Tues No Showings +1 800 963 9634
Weds No Showings
Thurs No Showings
Fri 7.30pm
Sat 7.30pm Find Out More
Sun 7.30pm


3801 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Raiding the Rock Vault brings rock and roll to life

and features songs from Aerosmith, The Eagles,
AC/DC, Queen, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, The
Who, The Doors, The Rolling Stones and more.
This story of classic rock was voted “Best Musical”
two years in a row and guests are sure to find
themselves reminiscing on this musical journey from
early days of rock to today.

Book Tickets Now

Mon 8pm Tel : +1 800 829 9034
Tues No Showings
Weds 8pm
Thurs 8pm
Fri 8pm
Sat 8pm Find Out More
Sun 8pm
Culture Vultures

Things To Do
It’s Vegas and you’re gambling like you’ve
never gambled before – but there’s still time
to squeeze in some culture and luckily for you
Vegas has some iconic sights. Take a short
drive down the Strip towards the famous Las
Vegas sign, where a helpful attendant will
take your picture beside it. Be humbled by
the gigantic Hoover Dam, just a short journey
out of Las Vegas by car (or even helicopter)
before relaxing on the shores of Lake Mead.
Got a soft spot for The Godfather Part II?
Brush up on the fascinating history of the mob
at the Las Vegas Mob Museum.

Las Vegas Sign

Lake Mead/Hoover Damn
Madame Tussauds
Titanic: The Exhibition
Mob Museum
Things To Do


5200 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV, 89104

You’ve seen it in the movies and now you can visit

it for yourself. The famous Las Vegas Sign, located
a short drive down The Strip, is the perfect spot for
a holiday selfie, and there’s often a helpful attendant
there to take pictures if you want to get the whole
family in the frame. This memorable Las Vegas
attraction is open 24 hours a day, seven days per
week and is absolutely free.

Things To Do


601 National Highway,
Boulder City, NV

Lake Mead is located just 30 minutes from the

Strip. This reservoir is America’s largest boasting
820 miles of shoreline with the surrounding park
covering a dizzying 1.5 million acres. Visitors can
go hiking, swim, ride a jet ski or kayak year-round.
Vegas virgins can get away from the bustling city
here and relax. The gigantic Hoover Dam provides
an epic photo opportunity.

Book A Tour Now


Recreation area open 24/7. Tel : +1 702 293 8990
Visitor center 8.30-4pm.

Things To Do

3377 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Located at the Venetian Resort Hotel Casino,

the Las Vegas Madame Tussauds Wax Museum
provides close encounters with Hollywood stars,
much loved musicians, sporting greats and all kinds
of other celebrities, or at least lifelike wax figures of
them. Enter the museum at the main entrance and
then explore the Music Room and TV Studio to take
pictures with your favourite actors and musicians.

Book Tickets Now


Varied. Tel : +1 866 841 3739
Typically 10am-8pm,
7 days a week.

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Things To Do

3900 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119

A maritime museum in the middle of the desert. At

Titanic: the Artifact Exhibition, Las Vegas visitors
can feel the drama of the tragic events that unfolded
on the ocean liner the Titanic. Featuring over 250
artefacts recovered from the Titanic wreck site, the
exhibition provides a fascinating glimpse into the
disaster. Don’t miss this chance to explore one of
the most poignant stories of the 20th century.

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Mon 10am - 10pm Tel : +1 877 386 4658
Tues 10am - 10pm
Weds 10am - 10pm
Thurs 10am - 10pm
Fri 10am - 10pm
Sat 10am - 10pm Find Out More
Sun 10am - 10pm
Things To Do

300 Stewart Ave,
Las Vegas, NV 89101

The wealth and glamour of Las Vegas have

attracted some colourful characters to the city down
the years.True stories are brought to life at the Mob
Museum through engaging exhibits, artefacts and
a massive collection of mob memorabilia. This is a
terrific opportunity to learn about the battle between
some of the great heroes and the villains in recent
American history.

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Mon 10am - 7pm Tel : +1 702 229 2734
Tues 10am - 7pm
Weds 10am - 7pm
Thurs 10am - 7pm
Fri 10am - 7pm
Sat 10am - 7pm Find Out More
Sun 10am - 7pm
Main Menu

Party Animals,
Las Vegas is full of packed nightclubs with big
beats, and it boasts a live-for-the-moment party
atmosphere. It’s a place for dancing the night away
and enjoying exhilarating musical performances,
plus a few thrills in high-powered sports cars.
If you’re always on the lookout for the next big
party, or visiting the city for a stag or hen holiday,
this section is for you. Discover some of the most
happening places to dance, drink and immerse
yourself in the Las Vegas experience.


Party Animals

Things To Do
You’ve heard it before but we’ll say it again:
“what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas”. This
wild and unusual city has a global reputation
for its party atmosphere, epitomised in ‘The
Hangover’ films. Get your trunks on and
hang out with the in-crowd at Wet Republic,
Las Vegas’ biggest and best pool party, or
drive a fantasy motor and receive one-on-
one instruction from a professional at Exotics
Racing. Feeling competitive? Bring out the
gamer inside you at Las Vegas Gold Spike,
a super collection of giant games all in one

Wet Republic
Marquee Day Club
Exotics Racing
Encore Beach Club
Gold Spike
Things To Do

3799 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Never been to a Vegas pool party? Now’s your

chance. For travellers looking for the biggest and
best pool party in Vegas, Wet Republic is the place
for you. You can splash around in six VIP private
all-seawater dipping pools while top music artists
lay down the grooves. Sit back, grab a cocktail and
enjoy the party vibes. Why not spoil yourself with a
visit to this summer party venue?

Book Tickets Now


Mon Closed Tel : +1 702 891 3563
Tues Closed
Weds Closed
Thurs Closed
Fri 11am - 7pm
Sat 11am - 7pm Find Out More
Sun 11am - 7pm
Things To Do


The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, S Las Vegas
Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Enjoy a fabulous night out at the bright, vibrant Las

Vegas Marquee Day Club, a 22,000 Wsq ft club
featuring the hottest house DJs in Las Vegas. You
can chill out in a Grand Cabana with a flat-screen
TV and individual dipping pool or grab a cold beer
and get your groove on at an unforgettable dance
party. This place has a luxury atmosphere and is
bound to spice up your holiday.

Book Tickets Now


Mon 11am - 6pm Tel : +1 702 333 9000
Tues 11am - 6pm
Weds 11am - 6pm
Thurs 11am - 6pm
Fri 11am - 6pm
Sat 11am - 6pm Find Out More
Sun 11am - 6pm
Things To Do

6925 Speedway Boulevard, Suite C-105,
Las Vegas, NV 89115

Drive an Audi, Porsche, Aston Martin, Lamborghini

or Ferrari to its fullest potential on a real racetrack,
and receive one-on-one instruction from a trained
professional in Las Vegas at Exotics Racing. Learn
proper acceleration and braking techniques, racing
lines, steering techniques and driver position to
make your holiday even more exhilarating. Don’t
forget your driving license if this up your street.

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Mon 9.30am - 4pm Tel : +1 702 892 0043
Tues 9.30am - 4pm
Weds 9.30am - 4pm
Thurs 9.30am - 4pm
Fri 9.30am - 4pm
Sat 9.30am - 4pm Find Out More
Sun 9.30am - 4pm
Things To Do


3121 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

The Las Vegas Encore Beach Club encompasses

60,000 square feet of expensive real estate with
eight two-story VIP bungalows, a gaming pavilion,
three tiered pools, celebrity house-music DJs and
oversized lily pads that allow guests to float on
water. At the Encore Beach Club you can enjoy
yourself at one of the highest-rated and most stylish
things to do in the city.

Book Tickets Now


Mon Closed Tel : +1 702 770 7300
Tues Closed
Weds Closed
Thurs 10am - 4pm
Fri 11am - 7pm
Sat 10am - 7pm Find Out More
Sun 11am - 7pm
Things To Do

217 N Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89101

With a DJ, live band, huge lounge chairs and bean

bags, the Las Vegas Gold Spike is one of the
coolest places to hang out in town. Take a rest from
the casino tables and challenge your friends to
wacky oversized games such as Jenga, Cornhole,
Connect 4 and Giant Chess. You can also sit down
with a board game, or chill in the bar or backyard
with a cold beer or a cocktail.

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Open 24 hours a day. Tel : +1 702 476 4923

Find Out More

Party Animals

Frank Sinatra was no stranger to Vegas
nightlife and it’s pretty likely you’ll hear one
of the songs from his back catalogue whilst
you’re there. But things have changed a
little since Frank was in town. Discover how
21st century Vegas parties go down at huge
nightclubs like XS, Light and Omnia. Socialise
with friends and dance until dawn to the best
DJs in the world, and if you’re feeling flush
why not book a VIP table? Look out for celebs
and enjoy sophisticated cocktails with an
international crowd.






3121 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

XS, in the Wynn, is one of the most expensive

nightclubs ever built, right in the heart of Las Vegas.
This really is the place to let yourself go when you’re
out at night in Las Vegas. Dance till you drop with
the likes of Avicii, Zed and Skrillex at the XS, as
headliner DJs play huge sets for big Las Vegas
crowds. This lavish club also has a chilled out
poolside patio.

Book Tickets Now


Mon 10pm - 4am Tel : +1 702 770 0097
Tues Closed
Weds Closed
Thurs Closed
Fri 10pm - 4am
Sat 10pm - 4am Find Out More
Sun 10pm - 4am

3799 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

To get an authentic taste of Las Vegas nightlife you

have to head to Hakkasan. This stylish restaurant
and club in the MGM Grand Hotel boasts an
seriously impressive dance space, an outdoor
garden bar and a lavish lounge area. The main
nightclub is situated on the fourth floor and is
surrounded by chic VIP booths where you can catch
the action as it happens on the dance floor.

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Mon 10pm - 4am Tel : +1 702 891 3838
Tues Closed
Weds Closed
Thurs Closed
Fri 10pm - 4am
Sat 10pm - 4am Find Out More
Sun 10pm - 4am

3950 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89119

Inside the tropical themed Mandalay Bay in Las

Vegas, Light is an unusual nightclub partnered with
Cirque du Soleil to create a new kind of nightlife
experience, playing with the senses. As well as
partying the night away to the sounds of top DJs
you can watch circus acts and other theatrical
performances. Let the fun commence at this
spectacular Las Vegas attraction.

Book Tickets Now


Mon Closed Tel : +1 702 693 8300
Tues Closed
Weds 10.30pm - 4am
Thurs Closed
Fri 10.30pm - 4am
Sat 10.30pm - 4am Find Out More
Sun Closed

3600 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Within the Bellagio in Las Vegas, Hyde comes with

a European vibe inspired by an Italian villa. Visitors
can enjoy intense cocktails while enjoying classy
Italian decor, paintings and chandeliers. You can
look out of the floor-to-ceiling windows and take in
the incredible view of the Bellagio fountains. It’s the
ultimate in European sophistication, right here in

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Mon 5pm - 10pm Tel : +1 702 693 8700
Tues 5pm - 5am
Weds 5pm - 10pm
Thurs 5pm - 2am
Fri 5pm - 5am
Sat 5pm - 5am Find Out More
Sun 5pm - 10pm

3570 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Las Vegas hotspot Omnia is located at Caesars

Palace hotel and casino and regularly features
DJs such as Calvin Harris and Krewella. Opened
in March 2015, this is one of the best places in
Las Vegas to socialise and a prime location to see
celebrities at play. Forget autograph hunting - book
yourself your own VIP table at the club and be part
of the action!

Book Tickets Now


Mon Closed Tel : +1 702 785 6200
Tues 10pm - 3am
Weds Closed
Thurs 10pm - 3am
Fri 10pm - 3am
Sat 10pm - 3am Find Out More
Sun 10pm - 3am
Party Animals

Las Vegas has some wild shows that provide
the perfect activity for stag and hen parties.
Book tickets for Le Rêve – The Dream, and
watch death-defying acrobatics in what has
been called the “best produced show in
Las Vegas”. If your party is hungry for some
tanned hunks then there’s really only one
show for you: Chippendales. This world-
renowned and extremely muscular dance
troupe can spice up any Vegas evening. For a
slighlty less risqué night out travellers should
organise a trip to see Jersey Boys – the story
of Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons.

La Reve
Steve Wynn
Jersey Boys

3131 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Voted ‘Best Production Show in Las Vegas’ five

years running, ‘Le Rêve – The Dream’ at the
incredible Wynn Las Vegas is a water-based
acrobatics spectacle and a thrilling experience
for audiences of all ages. With high dives and
underwater tangos, this show will both fascinate
and inspire you. Las Vegas is the place to go for big
budget stage shows and this is one of the best.

Book Tickets Now

Mon 7pm & 9.30pm Tel : +1 800 944 7444
Tues 7pm & 9.30pm
Weds No Showings
Thurs No Showings
Fri 7pm & 9.30pm
Sat 7pm & 9.30pm Find Out More
Sun 7pm & 9.30pm

3700 W Flamingo Rd,
Las Vegas, NV 89103

The world-renowned Las Vegas Chippendales

at Rio All Suites Hotel and Casino are not your
average guys - these muscle-bound mavericks
are guaranteed to give you a good time. Come
and catch them in their signature Chippendales
costumes complete with jeans, wrist cuffs and bow
tie. With their smooth moves these dancers can
spice up any night in Las Vegas.

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Mon 8.30pm Tel : +1 702 777 7776
Tues 8.30pm
Weds 8.30pm
Thurs 8.30pm
Fri 8.30pm & 10.30pm
Sat 8.30pm & 10.30pm Find Out More
Sun 8.30pm

3570 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Las Vegas magazine described this popular show

as the ‘most inventive and daring thing on the strip
in years’. The Roman Plaza at Ceasars Palace is
home to the acro-cabaret variety show Absinthe. It
features world-class acts, hysterical comedy and a
cast of wild performers. You can just sit back, relax
and take in the antics of the performers and the
wonder of this dazzling Las Vegas show.

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Mon No Showings Tel : +1 800 745 3000
Tues No Showings
Weds 8pm & 10pm
Thurs 8pm & 10pm
Fri 8pm & 10pm
Sat 8pm & 10pm Find Out More
Sun 8pm & 10pm

3131 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Steve Wynn’s Showstoppers was voted ‘Best New

Show’ in Las Vegas and features a full orchestra
and 66 singers and dancers. From glitzy costumes
and mesmerising scenery to hits that have delighted
big audiences on Broadway, this music and dance
extravaganza is sure to have the whole family
singing along.This vibrant show is a true Las vegas

Book Tickets Now

Mon No Showings Tel : +1 702 770 9966
Tues 7.30pm
Weds 7.30pm
Thurs 7.30pm
Fri 7.30pm & 10pm
Sat 7.30pm & 10pm Find Out More
Sun No Showings

3655 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Hailed by Vegas Magazine as ‘The Must-See Show

of the Year’, Jersey Boys is the Tony Award-winning
true life musical phenomenon about Frankie Valli
and the Four Seasons. Visitors to Las Vegas can
take a trip down memory lane, singing along to hits
such as ‘Big Girls Don’t Cry’ and ‘Walk Like a Man’.
Franki Valli and the Four Seasons are part of the
furniture in Vegas!

Book Tickets Now

Mon No Showings Tel : +1 866 574 3851
Tues 6.30pm & 9.30pm
Weds 7pm
Thurs 7pm
Fri 7pm
Sat 5pm & 8.15pm Find Out More
Sun 7pm
Party Animals

Eat like a real American hero in Vegas with
no inhibitions and no limits. Dine on massive
steaks and burgers with abandon before
partying like there’s no tomorrow. Enjoy a
famous Bloody Mary brunch at Guy Fieri’s
restaurant inside Caesars Palace, or fire
into a tasty burger at In-N-Out Burger, a Las
Vegas favourite. Maybe you’ve had a good
day at the blackjack and you’re in the market
for something a little more refined. Head for
Katsuya where you can have sublime sushi
washed down with incredible artisan cocktails.
Continue the Asian theme at Lotus of Siam
where Thai cooking is presented to you Vegas
style – big, bold and opulent.

Guy Fieri’s Burger Bar

In-N-Out Burger
Bazaar Meat
Lotus of Siam


3535 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Don’t leave Vegas without trying a great burger.

Guy Fieri’s Burger Bar in Las Vegas stands out with
a creative menu of classic American fare. Be part
of the action on the Strip while enjoying the shot
bar or a Bloody Mary Brunch inside this Caesars
Palace restaurant. Enjoy Fieri’s celebrated culinary
creations as you take in the glitz and glamour of Las

What’s On The Menu?


Mon 10am - 2am Tel : +1 800 351 7400
Tues 10am - 2am
Weds 10am - 2am
Thurs 10am - 2am
Fri 10am - 2am
Sat 10am - 2am Find Out More
Sun 10am - 2am

4888 Dean Martin Dr,
Las Vegas, NV 89103

The menu at In-N-Out Burger in Las Vegas is

classic and simple: quality burgers, fries and ice
cold drinks. It may be simple food but this cool
burger joint, known for delicious cheap eats, has
built a real following since its first location opened in
California back in 1948. Tuck into a juicy burger and
fries then wash it down with a traditional American
milkshake. Yum!

What’s On The Menu?


Mon 10.30am - 1am Tel : +1 800 786 1000
Tues 10.30am - 1am
Weds 10.30am - 1am
Thurs 10.30am - 1am
Fri 10.30am - 1.30am
Sat 10.30am - 1.30am Find Out More
Sun 10.30am - 1am

2535 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

The Las Vegas Bazaar Meat by Jose Andrés is a

quirky combination of cuisine and cocktails in the
SLS Hotel at 2535 South Las Vegas Boulevard. If
you’re looking for a relaxed experience with great
food, this is the place. This restaurant, which has
grown a fine reputation for its playful cuisine, lets
visitors indulge in good food, gaming and great
times with friends.

What’s On The Menu?


Mon 5.30pm - 10pm Tel : +1 855 761 7757
Tues 5.30pm - 10pm
Weds 5.30pm - 10pm
Thurs 5.30pm - 10pm
Fri 5.30pm - 11pm
Sat 5.30pm - 11pm Find Out More
Sun 5.30pm - 10pm

3595 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Take time away from the casino floor and grab

something to good to eat. The Las Vegas Giada
restaurant is a dream for lovers of traditional and
modern Italian cuisine. Boasting a feast of colours,
elegance and a comfortable ambience, a meal at
Giada’s in the Cromwell on Las Vegas Boulevard will
be one to remember. You’ll find this lively restaurant
across from the glamorous Caesars Palace.

What’s On The Menu?


Mon 9am - 12am Tel : +1 702 777 3777
Tues 9am - 12am
Weds 9am - 12am
Thurs 9am - 12am
Fri 9am - 12am
Sat 9am - 12am Find Out More
Sun 9am - 12am

2535 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109,

Master chef Katsuya Uechi interprets traditional

Japanese cuisine with a dash of California style.
The food here is sublime and served in the divine
setting of the SLS Las Vegas Hotel and Casino at
2535 South Las Vegas Boulevard. Enjoy refreshing
specialty cocktails and tantalising sushi platters at
this colourful restaurant which is regulalry visited by

What’s On The Menu?


Mon 5.30pm - 10.30pm Tel : +1 702 761 7611
Tues 5.30pm - 10.30pm
Weds 5.30pm - 10.30pm
Thurs 5.30pm - 10.30pm
Fri 5.30pm - 11.30pm
Sat 5.30pm - 11.30pm Find Out More
Sun 5.30pm - 10.30pm

953 East Sahara Avenue Suite A5,
Commercial Center District, Las Vegas, NV 89104

Winner of a James Beard award, the Las Vegas

Lotus of Siam on 953 East Sahara Avenue brings a
new Thai cooking experience to Las Vegas. Savour
recipes that have existed in the Chutima family for
more than 100 years and enjoy cooking styles from
the ‘northern world’ of Thailand. With its herbs and
spices, and even curries without coconut, you’ll get
a true experience of Northern Thailand.

What’s On The Menu?


Mon 11am - 10pm Tel : +1 702 735 3033
Tues 11am - 10pm
Weds 11am - 10pm
Thurs 11am - 10pm
Fri 11am - 10pm
Sat 5.30pm - 10pm Find Out More
Sun 5.30pm - 10pm
Main Menu

Vegas Mavericks
Do something a little bit different during your stay
in Las Vegas. Mavericks can make memories and
take unusual holiday snaps, whether that involves
relaxing in a Wild West bar or cracking a case with
forensic scientists. Dine and drink in sophistication
by a Las Vegas poolside, or ride the coasters and
get your adrenaline pumping at a theme park. Does
all of this sound good? Then this is the section for

Vegas Mavericks

While you’re out and about enjoying the Las
Vegas vibe, you can be sure you’ll work up an
appetite. The other certainty is that Las Vegas
will meet your dining demands with style and
sophistication. Fresh seafood and succulent
steaks are just some of the types of food you
can get your teeth into as you make your way
round the city. At restaurants like Bouchon
you can dine poolside, while restaurants like
Lakeside allow you to take some tranquil time
out as you sample all-American fare. Enjoy
a side helping of nostalgia at places such as
Sinatra, a tribute to the famous crooner. Fancy
a bourbon? Yardbird, with its selection of more
than 100 bourbons, will be happy to oblige!

Mon Ami Gabi
Bouchon at the Venetian

3131 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Lakeside at the Wynn Las Vegas resort has a

distinctive seafood menu with a host of fresh fish
specialties. Overlooking the gorgeous Lake of
Dreams, Lakeside is the perfect place to go for an
exotic meal before or after a show and look back
over the glorious time you’ve spent in Las Vegas.
Feast like like you’re by the coast in the middle of
the Nevada desert!

What’s On The Menu?


Mon 5.30pm - 10.30pm Tel : +1 702 770 3310
Tues 5.30pm - 10.30pm
Weds 5.30pm - 10.30pm
Thurs 5.30pm - 10.30pm
Fri 5.30pm - 10.30pm
Sat 5.30pm - 10.30pm Find Out More
Sun 5.30pm - 10.30pm

3131 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

At the Sinatra in the Encore at Wynn Las Vegas,

chef Theo Schoenegger adds contemporary twists
to some of legendary singer Frank Sinatra’s favourite
dishes, such as spaghetti and clams, in this tribute
to Ol’ Blue Eyes himself. Take a seat in any of the
dining areas and admire memorabilia from Sinatra’s
glittering career, or simply dine amongst cozy
fireplaces on the outside patio.

What’s On The Menu?


Mon 5.30pm - 10.30pm Tel : +1 702 770 5320
Tues 5.30pm - 10.30pm
Weds 5.30pm - 10.30pm
Thurs 5.30pm - 10.30pm
Fri 5.30pm - 10.30pm
Sat 5.30pm - 10.30pm Find Out More
Sun 5.30pm - 10.30pm


3655 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV, 89109

In a town where anything is possible, why not

visit Paris for the night. For classic French bistro
dishes and traditional steakhouse options in a plush
setting, or even a little wine tasting, visitors can
head to Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas. You
can enjoy an excellent view of the Bellagio water
show, a quintessentially Las Vegas scene, from the
gorgeous patio.

What’s On The Menu?


Mon 7am - 11pm Tel : +1 702 944 4224
Tues 7am - 11pm
Weds 7am - 11pm
Thurs 7am - 11pm
Fri 7am - 12am
Sat 7am - 12am Find Out More
Sun 7am - 11pm

3355 S Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109

At the Venetian on The Strip, hungry travellers can

find Yardbird, a celebration of southern cooking
and culture. The bar serves over 100 different high-
quality bourbons and has five different unique ice
shapes, all situated amongst reclaimed wood and
light fixtures set with Edison light bulbs. Experience
the warmth of southern hospitality at this diverse,
award winning restaurant while you’re in Las Vegas.

What’s On The Menu?


Mon 11am - 12am Tel : +1 702 297 6541
Tues 11am - 12am
Weds 11am - 12am
Thurs 11am - 12am
Fri 11am - 12am
Sat 11am - 12am Find Out More
Sun 11am - 12am

3355 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Inside the Venetian in Las Vegas is Bouchon, which

features Parisian-style French dining in the Venezia
Tower. The restaurant offers an extensive menu,
featuring bistro classics and daily specials. You can
also enjoy a full bar, exquisite wines and elegant
desserts there, all situated amidst a beautiful garden
poolside setting. The meal is even more relaxing
thanks to the beautiful garden poolside setting.

What’s On The Menu?


Mon 7am - 10pm Tel : +1 702 414 6200
Tues 7am - 10pm
Weds 7am - 10pm
Thurs 7am - 10pm
Fri 7am - 10pm
Sat 7am - 10pm Find Out More
Sun 7am - 10pm
Vegas Mavericks

Things To Do
Renowned for its variety of entertainment
options, Las Vegas is the place to go if
you’re looking to break away from the norm
and do something that little bit different
on your trip. Seek the thrills and spills of
hairWWraising rides at the Adventuredome
Theme Park, or climb aboard the Big Apple
Roller Coaster. Explore Las Vegas’ history
through iconic signs at the Neon Museum, or
get a feel for the days of the Wild West (but
without the danger!) at the Pioneer Saloon
in nearby Goodsprings. You can even roll
up your sleeves and take part in a criminal
investigation at CSI: The Experience. The
exhilaration awaits in Nevada!

Neon Museum
Oldest Saloon
Big Apple Rollercoaster
CSI: The Experience
Things To Do

770 N Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89101

Founded back in 1996, the Las Vegas Neon

Museum on Las Vegas Boulevard is dedicated to
preserving historically or culturally significant neon
signs from the 1930s up to the present day. On
guided tours you can relive the past, find out the
story behind the signs and see the history of Old
Vegas. This unusual museum is definitely worth a
visit on your trip to this exciting city.

Book Tickets Now


Tours available 7 days a Tel : +1 702 387 6366
week, times vary by season.

Find Out More

Things To Do

2880 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Thrillseekers in Las Vegas will love the

Adventuredome theme park inside the Circus
Circus. The park features the crazy indoor roller
coasters Canyon Blaster and El Loco, and
premium rides like the Disk’O. You’ll also be able to
experience fairground classics such as bumper cars
and the park’s fun pirate ship. It’s fun all the way at
the Las Vegas Adventuredome.

Book Tickets Now


Mon 11am - 6pm Tel : +1 702 734 0410
Tues 11am - 6pm
Weds 11am - 6pm
Thurs 11am - 6pm
Fri 10am - 12am
Sat 10am - 12am Find Out More
Sun 10am - 12am
Things To Do

310 Spring St,
Goodsprings, NV 89019

To experience a touch of Wild West history near Las

Vegas, the Pioneer Saloon in Goodsprings is the
place to go. Located off Interstate 15, approximately
30 minutes from Las Vegas, the saloon has served
the public since way back in 1913. Experience the
old western atmosphere that’s been the familiar
backdrop for numerous popular movies and classic
TV shows.

What’s On The Menu?


Mon 8am - 9pm Tel : +1 702 874 9362
Tues 8am - 9pm
Weds 8am - 9pm
Thurs 8am - 9pm
Fri 8am - 9pm
Sat 8am - 9pm Find Out More
Sun 8am - 9pm
Things To Do


3790 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Travel down South Las Vegas Boulevard and you’ll

soon encounter the Las Vegas Big Apple Coaster
at New York-New York. Featuring a 180 degree
‘heartline’ twist and dive manoeuvre, this speedy
roller coaster will get the adrenalin pumping while
you’re on your break. Feeling extra brave? Make
the Big Apple Coaster a part of your Las Vegas

Book Tickets Now


Mon 11am - 11pm Tel : +1 702 740 6969
Tues 11am - 11pm
Weds 11am - 11pm
Thurs 11am - 11pm
Fri 10.30am - 12am
Sat 10.30am - 12am Find Out More
Sun 11am - 11pm
Things To Do


3799 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Fans of American police dramas will love this

attraction. At CSI: The Experience you can put your
investigative skills to the test in the heart of Las
Vegas. You can put your gloves on, guided by cast
members, and work alongside forensic scientists,
joining forces to catch a killer in this popular Las
Vegas attraction. If you only have one experience
with the cops in Vegas make it this one.

Book Tickets Now


Mon 9am - 9pm Tel : +1 702 891 7006
Tues 9am - 9pm +1 877 660 0660
Weds 9am - 9pm
Thurs 9am - 9pm
Fri 9am - 9pm
Sat 9am - 9pm Find Out More
Sun 9am - 9pm
Main Menu


Vegas’s location in the Mojave Desert means it

enjoys long summers and averages around 310 days
of sunshine per year. If you are there on a rare day
without sunshine then the city has plenty of indoor
activities to enjoy! On average, it only rains around 26
days a year.
January 58° F (14° C) 34° F (01° C)
February 63° F (17° C) 39° F (04° C)
March 69° F (21° C) 44° F (07° C)
April 78° F (26° C) 51° F (11° C)
May 88° F (31° C) 60° F (16° C)
June 100° F (38° C) 69° F (21° C)
July 106° F (41° C) 74° F (23° C)
August 103° F (39° C) 74° F (23° C)
September 95° F (35° C) 66° F (19° C)
October 82° F (28° C) 54° F (12° C)
November 67° F (19° C) 43° F (06° C)
December 58° F (14° C) 34° F (01° C)
Main Menu


Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant 15.00 $
Meal for 2, Mid-range Restaurant, Three- 50.00 $
McMeal at McDonalds (or Equivalent 7.00 $
Combo Meal)
Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught) 3.00 $
Imported Beer (0.33 liter bottle) 5.00 $
Cappuccino (regular) 4.50 $
Coke/Pepsi (0.33 liter bottle) 1.87 $
Water (0.33 liter bottle) 1.16 $

One-way Ticket (Local Transport) 2.00 $
Monthly Pass (Regular Price) 65.00 $
Taxi Start (Normal Tariff) 3.30 $
Taxi 1km (Normal Tariff) 2.21 $
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Airport Travel
Unless you’re on a road trip you’ll more
than likely arrive in Las Vegas via McCarran
International Airport. The airport is about 5
miles south of downtown Las Vegas and the
numerous transport links make getting into the
city hassle-free.

Several reliable taxi services operate in the

city and you will find these in our Airport Taxis
section. There are also shuttle services that
stop in various locations across the city. If you
fancy tasting the high-roller lifestyle when you
step off the plane, why not hire a limousine?




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International Airport

McCarran International Airport is the main

commercial airport serving Las Vegas and is one
of the 30 busiest airports in the world. It’s located
around 3 miles from the main strip and 5 miles south
of the downtown area.

The airport offers a pleasant experience for

travellers, displaying public art by the likes of Greg
LeFevre and Tony Milici. As well as that, it has
extensive duty free shopping opportunities including
a Harley Davidson Apparel store. The kids play area
and choice of several restaurants ensure that this
is an airport offering everything you require for a
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Getting to and from Las Vegas McCarran

International Airport is easy with taxi firms like
Western Cab Company or Desert Cab Company.
Jump in a taxi to your hotel, and the driver will take
a direct route to your accommodation, whether you
are staying at Caesar’s Palace on The Strip, or
another neighbourhood in the city.

Taxi services at the airport are regulated by the

Nevada Taxicab Authority. Depending on where
your hotel is, fares range in price from around $16
to $30 for stops on The Strip. Catch a cab outside
airport Terminal One, on the east side of baggage
claim. Alternatively, you can take your taxi from
Terminal Three on Level Zero. A standard two
dollar charge is added to all fares from the airport
and some companies don’t accept credit card
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Looking for a classy Las Vegas experience? Arrive

at your hotel in one of the stretch limousines, SUVs
or Sedans at Terminal One or Terminal Three.
A chauffeur will be waiting for you at baggage
claim when you arrive, if you’ve arranged the
transportation with your hotel in advance.

Bell Trans, Las Vegas Limousines and ODS all

run limousine services to and from McCarran
International Airport. You will feel like a real
celebrity as you roll up to your accommodation, and
the vehicles tend to come with facilities like fully
stocked bars, entertainment stereos and luxurious
seats. Perfect for hen and stag parties, or families
who want to indulge, pick up your limousine on
the west side of baggage claim at Terminal One or
outside on Level Zero at Terminal Three.
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Shuttles are a fun way to begin seeing Las Vegas

from the moment you step off the plane, or to see
Las Vegas one last time before you fly home.
Stopping at several locations on the way, you can
travel to your Vegas hotel or resort in a group,
keeping more holiday dollars in your pocket. Shuttle
service providers include Airline Shuttle, Showtime
Tours and SuperShuttle, to name a few, and several
of these offer 24 hour service, 365 days per year,
so that you’ll always make your flight.

You can take your shuttle from Terminal One,

outside door exits seven to thirteen, or from Level
Zero on Terminal Three, which sits on the west side
of the building.
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Tips for International Travellers

Your international flight has just landed in Las Vegas
and you’re eager to jump off the plane and be a
part of all the excitement. Before you get down onto
the Las Vegas Strip and in amongst it all, though,
there are a few little things you need to consider,
such as: complying with local laws; paying taxes;
exchanging currency; carrying your passport safely
and securely; getting clued up on tipping etiquette;
and learning how to spin that wheel for a few dollars
more! Get these basics right and you can sit back
up and lap up the Las Vegas lifestyle on your trip
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Carrying Your Passport

Exchanging Currency
Understanding Legalities
Calculating Tax
Learning To Gamble


It’s an age-old passport question: to carry or not to

carry? The most important thing is not to mislay it.
Undoubtedly the best way to avoid this is to leave
your passport in a hotel safe. 99% of Vegas hotels
will have one of these and it can bring real peace
of mind. While it’s useful to have a passport to
hand when you’re renting a car or trying to enter a
nightclub, it is often possible to get by with a valid
driving license and a photocopy of your passport.
If you really need your passport with you then it is
a good idea to invest in a money belt that you can
hide somewhere on your person.


Exchanging currency is one of those things that

happens a lot in Vegas, because for some reason
people seem to hand over their dollars in big
buildings called casinos! Should you need to use
this service you can either go to a bank, or most
casinos will have the facility to change your money
onsite. Indeed it is often the case that the exchange
rates are better in Vegas casinos than at the airport
or your hotel. Why? Because the casinos expect you
to spend all those crisp new notes almost as soon
as you have them in your hand. Have you got the
will power to prove them wrong?


Las Vegas is generally pretty louche when it comes

to, well, pretty much everything, but there are a few
rules and regulations to keep in mind. While it’s ok
to wander down the strip with a beer in your hand,
it’s a very bad idea to do the same in a moving
vehicle. Casinos tend to be very security conscious
so unless you want a forceful tap on the shoulder
it’s a good idea not to take photos anywhere near
the tables. Tipping is more or less mandatory in
Vegas: a dollar or two per drink minimum. You can’t
gamble or drink in Vegas until you are 21 years of
age. Remember to drink and gamble responsibly
whatever age you are!


One thing that UK travellers to Las Vegas – and

indeed other parts of the US – may not be used
to is tax being calculated at the point of sale. This
happens in restaurants and retail outlets, and may
be confusing as products tend to be advertised at
their pre-tax price. At the point of writing there is
an 8.1% sales tax on purchases and a 12% tax on
hotel rooms in Las Vegas. Due to this discrepancy
between advertised prices and actual sales prices
it is commonly accepted that sales assistants do
no expect to be tipped. This, however, is not a hard
and fast rule – if you feel you have received good
service offer a tip.


Tipping is par for the course in America. If you

don’t do it you’ll spend your holiday running from
establishment to establishment like some kind of
fugitive. Las Vegas runs on great hospitality and
the cogs are oiled with healthy tips for good, great
and excellent service. If you are eating out, 15-20%
of your total bill is a good rule of thumb for a tip. If
you are tipping at gaming tables, it is always good
practice to hand over a small bet to croupiers, keno
runners and attendants. For hotel workers who carry
your bags it’s OK to hand over one or two dollars.
For concierge services five dollars is acceptable.
Get used to it – it’s the rules!


For most visitors to Vegas, a quick overview of the

rules of some of the popular games will suffice. You
can pick up this information online very quickly. The
next stage in your training might involve talking to a
guy in a cowboy hat at a bar, or a friendly concierge.
Some games – like poker for instance – involve
complex strategies that can take minutes to learn
and years to master. The main thing to remember
is to have fun and not to ‘chase it’. While winning
in Vegas can be a euphoric experience, losing can
create a black hole in your budget. Good luck!
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Whether you’re staying in the penthouse suite
at the MGM Grand or a smaller Las Vegas hotel
away from the strip, you’ll need to find a way to get
around this action-packed city.

In this transport section you will find useful

information on how to get around in style. From the
Las Vegas monorail to limousine rental, here you
will find cool modes of transport to suit your taste
and budget.





The local bus service in Las Vegas is run by the

Regional Transportation Commission of Southern
Nevada (RTC). The Bonneville Transit Center is a
transfer hub for many routes, making it easy to get
around the city.

The Deuce route along Las Vegas Boulevard runs

24 hours a day, while most other routes operate
between 5.30am and 1.30am. The Deuce’s name
refers to it being serviced by a double-decker bus
and it operates a useful route for tourists, stopping
in front of all major casinos. Something to be aware
of is that the popularity of this service means that it
can become very busy, particularly at night.


For an alternative to taxis and buses, try the

Las Vegas Monorail. Stopping at seven different
stations, including major Vegas venues and hotels
such as Caesars Palace, the MGM Grand, and the
Paris Hotel, the monorail makes getting around Las
Vegas plain sailing. It’s a fun, economical and easy
way to get acquainted with the city and take in some
of Nevada’s finest views.

As well as the main Las Vegas Monorail, several

free monorails operate 24 hours a day with stops
along The Strip, although you may prefer to take a
leisurely stroll too. Guests at the Monte Carlo and
Bellagio resorts might find these useful, especially
during the hottest months of the year.

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Getting along the Strip is easy, thanks to the free

shuttle buses that operate here. Several hotels and
resorts run these shuttles, which stop off at various
boulevard highlights and allow you to explore Las
Vegas conveniently and comfortably. Hotels where
complimentary shuttle buses stop regularly include
the Hard Rock Hotel, Bally’s and Rio. Operating
times vary, so it’s worth checking with the concierge
at your accommodation before stepping out to wait.

Note that you can’t carry luggage on board the hotel

shuttles, unless the bus is travelling to the airport.
You should also be aware that shuttle buses can
fill up quite quickly during peak times as visitors set
about getting the party started in good old Vegas.

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Several companies run bus tours in and around

Las Vegas, taking you to see Nevada highlights.
Some city tours incorporate an extra element of fun,
with celebrity lookalikes as your guide, or bight red
double-decker buses to transport you between each

By day you can head to the Hoover Dam, a mere

hour outside of Las Vegas, and spend a couple of
hours at this famous landmark, or you can take a
trip to the awe inspiring Grand Canyon. By night you
can go on a tour of Las Vegas’ historic neon signs
and also see sights such as the Bellagio’s water
fountains, which light up in a blaze of glory.

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A popular way to get around Las Vegas, there are

plenty of taxi companies that will take you to your
destination, especially at ranks outside of hotels and
resorts. A taxi from McCarran International Airport to
a hotel on the Las Vegas Strip will cost you between
15 to 30 dollars.

Unlike the movies might have you believe, and cool

as it is, hailing a cab is not really acceptable practice
on the Strip. Taxi drivers can receive a ticket for
picking you up this way, so head for the nearest taxi
rank or ask your hotel to ring a taxi for you.


You can really get in on the glitz and glamour of

Vegas by exploring the city in a limousine. Hit the
Strip in a simple stretch limo for 7-8 passengers, or
climb aboard a powerful luxury vehicle with a disco
ball or hot tub. A stretch limousine will cost you
around 50 dollars per hour – depending on which
company you choose – whereas more luxurious
options will cost you double and then some.

Limousine drivers can’t approach you, so if you’re in

the Las Vegas party mood it’s up to you to approach
the vehicle and ask if they can take a fare. You’re in
Vegas, so why not experience everything it has to


Many big and local brands operate car hire services

in Las Vegas. You can rent a car just a few miles
from the airport when you land, which makes getting
into the centre of the city a smooth experience. Be
aware that this can be a slightly more expensive
option. If you fancy doing some spontaneous day
trips, keep an eye out for car rental stations near
your hotel instead and you might save some money.
Alternatively book in advance to ensure availability.

Have you decided on a particular car rental

company for your Las Vegas adventure? Check the
rates constantly, since these can vary in different
seasons. Don’t leave it too long to book, in case you
miss out on a good deal before you travel!

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