Relax. Take a deep breath. We’re going to walk you through some suggestions on how to occupy your time there. Before you go wild on The Strip and question whether or not your soul is intact, take your lastminute.com.au Las Vegas car hire to Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and go for a hike. Is walking just not that appetising to you? No problem. Get yourself on the back of a horse and let the massive steed carry you through beautiful trails of Joshua trees and Aztec sandstone. Keep your eyes peeled for the wild burros that roam the area.
Las Vegas holidays aren’t complete without gaining some criminal knowledge. Visit the Mob Museum downtown and learn everything about the mafia’s history in the Vegas Valley. You can learn about the Mob’s greatest hits—and we’re not talking about chart-topping songs. There’s also a section of the brick wall where seven rival gang members of Al Capone’s were lined up and, erm, done away with. Now that’s living history.
Hopefully you’ve won some money at the tables so you can blow it all on cool stuff. The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace is a shopping district that rivals Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. Everything from mid-range to luxury retailers have storefronts in the three-story mall. If you’re looking for a more price-friendly shopping experience, head for the Miracle Mile Shops and open up your wallet.
Food, food and more food is everywhere in this hungry town. Take your pick from any number of high-end steakhouses located up and down The Strip. Sushi joints so fresh you’ll think you’re sitting at the bar of a restaurant in Tokyo. Italian restaurants—the Mob at least knew what good food was—where plates of spaghetti and meatballs will make you rethink your citizenship. It’s all within reach when you book a Las Vegas holiday package. While you’re planning, find out if any of the hotels offer specialty food tours for a unique dining experience.
Do we even need to explain the nightlife situation? You could just stand in the hotel lobby and have a bloody good time. But take our word for it when we say you’re going to want to venture outside. Check out a Cirque de Soleil show, where the dazzling array of performers and backdrops will make you wonder if you’ve had a few too many cocktails. When the show is over, hit up one of the nightclubs and rub elbows with celebrities while house music thumps in the background.
The bright neon lights of this desert escape are like a beacon sending out a signal for you to follow. Browse through lastminute.com.au’s best selection of Las Vegas packages of flights and hotels so you can save hundreds of dollars on a Nevada holiday package.
29 Jan. - 30 Jan.
No kettle or tea and coffee. Can’t use fridge for personal items
9 Feb. - 10 Feb.
Within walking distance of all the casinos. Hotel staff are lovely. Free parking. Safe in room. Views are beautiful. Clean. Wifi available, fast. Great stay!
26 Jan. - 27 Jan.
The hotel has a lot of cosmetic flaws. Long queue for check in. Not all desks were manned to assist with the influx of guests. We changed rooms on the second day for a higher floor room which was no trouble for the staff member we spoke to. The first room was a luxury tower king suite which was huge ...
27 Jan. - 28 Jan.
Old and run down, no atmosphere, disgusting buffet, poor drink service. Rooms are smoke filled eithout venting and paper thin walls soo far away from the strip. The veiw from the top is nice at night but visit it on your way to old vegas do not stay!
9 Feb. - 10 Feb.
Great accomodation, just one issue was with the hot water. Had to run the water for over 20mins to try and get hot water.
9 Feb. - 10 Feb.
The room didn't have a fridge or jug. After flying almost 15 hours I would have liked to enjoy a nice cuppa in the room. The room was very nice but overall it could have been better get a fridge and a jug for the room.