From the best in shopping and biggest names in entertainment, to the most celebrated chefs and sizzling nightlife, the world’s most exciting destination has it all.
There’s no shortage of things to do in Las Vegas. Whether you choose to pamper yourself at one of the city’s unique luxury spas or take on some of the top championship courses for a round of golf, Las Vegas is filled with experiences for everyone.
In Vegas, 15 to 20 percent of the total bill is a good rule of thumb for tipping. A small bet for the dealer is the usual method of tipping at gaming tables. A small tip is also appropriate for keno runners and slot attendants.
If you enjoy fine arts, Las Vegas has galleries with some of the world’s top artwork on display year-round. The city also has historical museums and other cultural exhibits to explore, or for some great fun outdoors, visit nearby national parks and monuments that are unique to the area. You’ll even find beaches in this desert paradise.
No doubt you’ll work up an appetite, but have no fear: Las Vegas can satisfy any taste bud with its array of gourmet restaurants and celebrity chef-owned establishments. The prestigious Michelin Guide regularly recognizes the city for its fantastic fare. Tapas, steak houses, sushi bars and all-you-can-eat buffets – you’ll find mouthwatering meals everywhere you look, and cap them off with scrumptious desserts. Every foodie fantasy is available in Las Vegas.
You can also indulge in glorious shopping. Las Vegas has everything from lavish malls and luxury megastores to haute couture boutiques. It’s a shopper’s paradise complete with outlet malls offering great bargains and open-air outdoor venues perfect for a day of retail therapy.
If you’re a sports fan, Las Vegas is the perfect place to catch every big play. From the comfort of our spacious sports books to the excitement of the city’s live events – including top boxing and MMA fights, stock car racing, college bowl games, professional baseball, basketball, hockey, bull riding, rodeo, motocross and more. It’s always “game on” in Las Vegas.