Off-Strip Resort with Restaurants, Pool, and Spa
At any given time, dozens of screens flash with all kinds of sports action at the Superbook, the sportsbook at LVH – Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. At the SuperBook, one of the world's largest sportsbooks, you can bet on anything under the sun from baseball to martial arts to dog racing. The hotel complex also boasts a massive casino and an array of dining options, and it’s all within one monorail stop of The Strip.
The highlight of the LVH is probably its 74,000-square-foot casino, which has row upon row of slots (credit included) and gaming tables. But the sprawling resort also contains enough restaurants, bars, and shops to satisfy a small city. At the flagship eatery, Benihana, hibachi chefs prepare steak and lobster in front of you with theatrical flair. For a more casual meal, head to 888 Noodle Bar, which serves Pan-Asian fare ranging from curry chicken to sea-bass stir-fry. You can also satisfy any late-night cravings at the Paradise Café, which serves hearty dishes such as buttermilk pancakes and french-dip sandwiches until 1 a.m.
Though it’s easy to get caught up in the whirlwind of activities at LVH, it’s just as easy to spend all day lounging by the resort’s palm-lined pool. On summer afternoons, you can stop here to enjoy live DJs and drink specials. And right next to the pool and tennis courts is the spa, which is furnished with soaking tubs and chaise lounges (entry included in this deal).
Las Vegas: Street Performers and Glitzy Stage Shows on The Strip
In the mid-20th century, Vegas partiers lived it up on Fremont Street, known as Glitter Gulch thanks to its neon bulbs. Nowadays, the excitement has shifted to The Strip, a stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard lined with 15 of the 25 largest resorts in the world. Some set themselves apart by imitating the architecture of Paris, Venice, New York City, or Giza, and others showcase live lions (MGM) or tigers (Mirage).
A network of skywalks was recently added to The Strip, making the entire length of it walkable. There’s plenty of entertainment along these sidewalks alone. Street performers roam freely, donning Burmese pythons, extravagant headdresses, or superhero spandex. If you’re ready for the big stages, it’s worth it to seek out the half-price-ticket booths along The Strip. You can also typically get discounts on the day of the show by going directly to the box office.
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