Rooftop Pool and Quiet Suites on the Las Vegas Strip
Polo Towers Suites is located directly on The Strip, but unlike many of its raucous neighbors, the hotel caters to a family-friendly crowd. Kids can let loose at the outdoor water park and play area, which features a mushroom-shaped waterfall and wade pool. Adults, meanwhile, head to the rooftop pool and spa, a tranquil spot with covered cabanas and sweeping views of the city. Polo Towers Suites stands as a rare laid-back destination on The Strip, but if you get the itch to gamble, the casinos are mere steps away.
A life-size statue of three rearing horses takes center stage in the lobby. Upstairs in the one-bedroom and studio suites, private balconies feature stunning views of The Strip or the mountains. You can whip up breakfast in the one-bedroom's full kitchen, or hold stockpot drum circles in the spacious sitting area. The hotel offers all kinds of amenities, including a gift shop with assorted foods, a movie-rental kiosk, and complimentary shuttle service to Fremont Street and other Vegas destinations.
Las Vegas: Dazzling Casinos and Off-Strip Family Fun
The Las Vegas Strip is known the world over for its glitzy casinos, award-winning musicals, and over-the-top architecture. Megaresorts showcase one elaborate installation after another, ranging from dancing fountains to an erupting volcano that emits a piña colada fragrance. For a glimpse of vintage Vegas, take the hotel shuttle to Fremont Street where showgirls don elaborate headdresses and flashing neon signs recall the Rat Pack era.
Often overlooked are a handful of cultural and family-friendly attractions. At the 180-acre Springs Preserve park, the Origen Museum exhibits gila monsters native to the Mojave Desert, and the Nevada State Museum chronicles local history through prehistoric skeletons and fossils of ancient Tamagotchis. A day trip to Lake Mead is a good way to cool off and experience the stunning Nevada landscape. Located about 40 minutes from the hotel, the reservoir features more than 1,000 miles of shoreline, which you can explore by boat, kayak, or canoe.
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