Las Vegas City Breaks
The neon tribute to tinselled affluence, Las Vegas booms 24 hours a day with a heady "get rich quick" atmosphere. The lure of easy money, the whirling wheels and gaming tables, and the numerous plush hotels provide ready entertainment. Glitz and escapist fun are supplied in quantity by colossal hotel/casino complexes. Enjoy superb shopping, theme parks, medieval banquets, world class concerts, magic shows and of course the gaming tables and casinos. There is a huge range of hotels in Vegas, many of which are themed. The New York New York Hotel has its own Statue of Liberty, Rollercoaster, Park Avenue and Central Park. Meantime, the Paris has its own Eiffel Tower and the luxurious Bellagio Hotel is home to the famous choreographed fountain show.
Enjoy the thrill of a day trip to the Grand Canyon by helicopter or airplane, or a helicopter trip over the bright lights of the strip at sunset, experience the thrill of driving an exotic car or take part in a VIP firearms excursion.
For the ultimate Vegas experience, why not pre book a show and enjoy a once in a lifetime experience by seeing one of your favourite artists like Britney Spears, Elton John, Celine Dion or Ricky Martin perform in this amazing city or see a touring Broadway show such as Rock of Ages or the latest Cirque du Soleil show.
Some of our favourite hotels
The Signature at The MGM Grand: At 550 Square feet, the Junior Suites at The Signature are big on style! Each has a large bedroom, luxurious bathroom with whirlpool spa tub, separate sitting area with entertainment system and kitchenette. The hotel is a welcome addition to the MGM Grand portfolio and offers guests accommodation set in three distinct towers, offering a serene retreat from the bustle of the strip.
Bellagio: An elegant and popular resort hotel right in the middle of the strip, set on a 122 acre site with a 12 acre lake which is a replica of Lake Como in Italy. Elaborate fountains feature a regular choreographed ballet of water and lights set to music.
Luxor: Located on the Strip on a 47 acre site between Mandalay Bay and Excalibur, this great value and exciting Pyramid shaped Egyptian themed resort features a 30 story sphinx replica and is only 10 minutes from the Las Vegas convention centre.
Aria: This upscale casino resort is located in the centre of the famous Strip area of Las Vegas and offers more than 15 restaurants specialising in a variety of cuisines as well as many bars and nightclubs.
Flamingo: The Flamingo was opened in 1946 and is the most historic hotel still in operation on the Strip today. It is art-deco in style and its rooms are decorated with vintage Vegas artwork but are still equipped with all the modern convienences you've come to expect.