Things to Do

Your Las Vegas visit will most likely revolve around the Strip — this is where you'll find all the iconic neon lights and famous sights. This is where Lady Luck will make or break your bank account, with table games and slot machines available all along Las Vegas Boulevard South. There are even other diversions attached to the casinos: You can take a gondola ride at The Venetian, check out the view atop the Eiffel Tower at Paris, Las Vegas or enjoy the fantastic fountain show at the Bellagio. The Strip is also the best place to get your party on, with many of Vegas' most popular nightclubs.

If you can part with the glitz and glam of Las Vegas Boulevard, you'll discover several worthwhile things to do in other parts of town. Check out the Fremont Street Experience's lightshow, enjoy a history lesson at the Mob Museum or the Neon Museum, or stretch your legs at Red Rock Canyon. And if you have the time, plan a quick road trip to the Hoover Dam.


The thing about food in Las Vegas is that it's good. Really good. And it's just as easy to go big as it is to stay humble without ever leaving unhappy. Haute cuisine or stacked burgers. All-you-can-eat or one piece of chocolate. Out-of-this-world sushi or big-as-your-head pancakes. Hole-in-the-wall or hole-in-the-wallet. Vegas is its own world of food superiority. And you will love it. There are so many dining options so please don’t hesitate to ask the Staff for recommendations!


There are several great courses in the area.  Here are three which are conveniently located:

Royal Links Golf Club

This is your chance to play in The British Open – literally! Located only minutes from the Las Vegas Strip: 702-800-4771

Bear's Best Las Vegas
Play on a course hand selected by Jack Nicklaus from his 270 designs worldwide: 702-804-8500

Bali Hai Golf Club
A top-rated tropical Las Vegas golf experience on the strip: 702-450-8191

Spa Facilities

Spas are like oases in Las Vegas where health consciousness is usually not a thing. Nearly every resort has one of these therapeutic places. Keep in mind that some resorts charge an additional facilities fee on top of your treatment cost even if you're a guest at the hotel.