Top 10 Best of LAS VEGAS
In one small stretch of the Las Vegas Strip you can visit the pyramids of Egypt, the Eiffel Tower, a castle, several shopping malls, gourmet restaurants, and then ride in a gondola along an Italian-looking canal. There are many great things to see and do. And with that, of course, comes many different opinions of what you should see and do. This list is simply the opinion of Vegas VIP Services. In no particular order, here is our short list of the Best of Las Vegas…
Las Vegas is home to some of the world's best nightclubs – with top DJs, state-of-the-art sound systems, gorgeous go-go dancers, and breathtaking scenery. If you're visiting Las Vegas, then the nightclub experience is a must-do. The nightclub you should visit depends on the crowd you're looking to run with, the music you're keen to dance to, and the money you're willing to spend.
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Las Vegas isn't nicknamed "Sin City" for nothing. Some of the world's most gorgeous strippers make Las Vegas their first or second home. It's common for beautiful women to fly in from across the nation just to strip in Vegas for the weekend. The strip clubs are lavish and if strippers are your thing, you won't be disappointed.
Las Vegas isn't nicknamed "Lost Wages" for nothing. Sure, casinos are popping up across the nation. No matter where you live in the USA, you're unlikely to be too far from some gambling establishment on an Indian reservation or a river boat. But still, in terms of sites, crowds, and attitude, nothing beats the gaming in Las Vegas.
Gem: Horse-Around Bar at Circus Circus
This bar, located on the Midway, is akin to sitting in a merry-go-round and hanging out with a drink in hand. The bar rotates, but due to budget cuts it only rotates on Saturday afternoons. This bar is the inspiration for the merry-go-round in Hunter S. Thompson's Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. It's a great place to chill on a Saturday afternoon. And as it's in the middle of a permanent midway carnival, if you're anxious to kick some kid's ass at the horse racing game for $1, you can go nuts.
Gem: Rides at the Stratosphere
There are three rides on the top of the Stratosphere that are very likely to take you over the fun and daring threshold, and plunge you into sheer terror. The Big Shot will shoot you straight up 160 feet at 45 mph. From the top, you'll have a view 1,081 feet above the Strip. The X-Scream is a giant teeter-totter that will propel you 27 feet over the edge of the Tower, 866 feet above the ground. And Insanity, the Ride is a massive mechanical arm extends 64 feet over the edge of the Tower and spins you… fast. These rides are not for the faint-hearted.
Gem: Artisan Hotel
The Artisan is a small, ornate building just below the I-15 freeway on Sahara Avenue. Once you're inside it's as if you're transported into a whole other city, maybe a whole other country, or a whole new dimension. The ambiance is dark and dim. There are deep wooden bookshelves and dark oil paintings all over the walls. In some areas, the oil paintings even hang on the ceiling. There are no video poker machines at the bar and there's no raging music. It's not a substitute for nightlife, but it's a great place to have a drink and a chat early in the evening… or a spot to chill as the evening is winding down.
Other top free Las Vegas attractions includes Adventuredome, Bellagio Fountain, The Sirens of TI, Fall of Atlantis at Caesars, Fremont Street Experience, Show in the Sky at the Rio, Volcano at the Mirage, Welcome to Las Vegas sign, Wildlife Habitat at the Flamingo.