Five Epic Places For An Incredible View Of The Las Vegas Strip

    The famous Las Vegas Strip is the 4-mile span of resorts and casinos along Las Vegas Boulevard South. Over half of the world’s largest hotels are located along the strip, creating an impressive scene of architecture, flashy lights, and towering buildings.   Scouring out the best place to view all of this thrilling life and energy can prove difficult. These 5 spots are sure to provide an unforgettable view of this world-famous street.   5 Epic Places For Incredible View Of The Las Vegas Strip   The Stratosphere’s Top Of The World Restaurant   The Stratosphere hotel and casino is the top-of-the-line location for fine dining with a view. It’s located on the Northern area of the Strip and offers its visitors everything from performances to amusement park style rides, beautiful hotel rooms, and a happy hour like no other. Venture to the uppermost room in the tower for excellent dining at the Top Of The World Restaurant. It revolves a full 360-degrees every 80 minutes–giving you the ultimate view of the Las Vegas Strip.   The Eiffel Tower   The Eiffel Tower in Paris, Las Vegas rises 460 feet above the ground. In addition to a jaw-dropping view of the skyline, the observation deck provides 360-degree views of the Las Vegas strip. It’s open 7 days a week between 9:30 am and 12:30 am. Admission during the day is $10, and $15 after 7:30 pm. Staff provide knowledgeable tidbits for the inquisitive traveler, and a few stories down, the Eiffel Tower Restaurant provides a romantic atmosphere for a night of perfection.   The Voodoo Steak House  ...
Las Vegas For Traveling Couples – The Ultimate In Romance

Las Vegas For Traveling Couples – The Ultimate In Romance

Expedia put us up to the challenge of crafting a romantic escape in a city more commonly known for its bachelor parties and debauchery: Las Vegas. Since we actually visited the iconic city on our honeymoon, we were more than happy to oblige. If you’re thinking of traveling to Las Vegas with your sweetie (or if you just want to discover a little bit more than the roulette table), then here is everything you need to know for a romance-filled vacay:   Las Vegas might commonly be referred to as ‘Sin City’, but it is also known as the ‘Entertainment Capital of the World’. With everything from world class shows to helicopter rides and some of the best dining on the planet, there is no excuse for getting bored. What’s more, it also makes Las Vegas one of the most romantic places to escape with your partner! Take a sneak-peek of Las Vegas with these inspiring images or get started learning more below! Where to Stay: From super-luxury hotels to intimate boutique designs, there’s a variety of scrumptious hotels to meet every taste. You can’t go wrong with the class and service at the iconic Four Seasons Hotel. However, for location and style, it’s tough to beat the Bellagio. Want to be whisked away to Italy? The Venetian will have you feeling like you’re walking the streets of the floating city in no time. Finally, if you’re in a tropical mood, The Mirage and Tropicana have the Caribbean vibes you’ve been seeking. You can even use the trip to Las Vegas as an excuse to visit a variety of hotels to mimic a trip...
What to Do in Las Vegas

What to Do in Las Vegas

Whether you’re a gambler or not, Las Vegas is a destination that’s sure to please. One of our favorite stops on our honeymoon road trip across the United States, we found Las Vegas had so much more to offer than we had originally expected, in large part due to Hollywood portrayals of debauchery and little else. But the truth of the matter is that with world-class dining, man-made and natural wonders, adventure, luxury, and entertainment, there’s a little something for everyone in this desert oasis. What to Do in Las Vegas   Visit the Casinos   It’s a given that you must visit a casino while in Las Vegas. You don’t have to gamble; the spectacles of the themed hotels are worth the visit and subsequent photo shots alone. Just to get an idea, the Paris boasts the Eiffel Tower, the MGM Grand has lions, the Bellagio has the famed water show, and—our personal favorite—The Venetian will transport you to the canals and waterways of Venice, Italy. Many of the hotels have great shopping and art exhibits inside. If you are a gambler (we always fancy a game of roulette) then you’ll have no problem passing the evening. We prefer the Las Vegas casinos to those in Macau, largely in part because participants in the casinos get free drinks and alcohol. If you gamble responsibly, you won’t spend that much money on an entire evening of entertainment.   Visit A Show   Vegas is commonly referred to as ‘Sin City’—which we encourage you not to take too literally—but it is also known as the ‘Entertainment Capital of the World’. One of the highlights...