Las Vegas Attractions

Places to visit, points of interest and top things to see in Las Vegas

7.3 /10
When you speak of opulence and 5-Star elegance, then the Bellagio must be on the top of your Las Vegas list. From the outside, this hotel draws you in with a splendid "water show".

The Fountains of the Bellagio (and there are 1,000 of them!) provide an enthralling spectacle set to music and dazzling lights.

Inside, the 3,933-room hotel is absolutely stunning. In the lobby, there is a display of 2,000 hand-blown glass flowers – creations of Dale Chihuly, who is recognized worldwide for his jaw dropping masterpieces.

There is also the Conservatory and Botanical Garden and the Gallery of Fine Art. Of course, if you're looking at opportunities to gamble, this hotel is one of the meccas you should look forward to.

The hotel has great poker rooms – one of which is the legendary Bobby's Poker Room, which is where you go for the high stakes... read more arrow
7.3 /10
The Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, is more of a wonderland – you will find yourself virtually transported to Venice, Italy, and it's great canals. The favorite landmarks of the place dot its exterior. There are portions of Doge's Palace and St. Mark's Square, the Campanile and a canal). Inside, soaring ceilings, archways and pillars, all mostly made of marble, fill the expansive spaces. Shop, dine and play! The Grand Canal Shoppes features a mock Italian village, complete with a canal with gondoliers. The shops are a combination of chic fashion and decent bargains. There are over 130 casino games. The state-of-the-art slot and poker games and highly charged atmosphere make for a world-class gaming experience. The Venetian Hotel Casino Las Vegas also boasts of a 112,000 square foot poker room. Games include Roulette, a wide variety of poker (pai gow, 357, Three Card, Texas Hold 'Em, Let it Ride stud poker), craps, blackjack and baccarat... read more arrow
7.3 /10
This hotel embodies everything that is Las Vegas – the energy, flamboyance, excess and downright silliness. Its sheer size and grandeur, plus its faux-marble statues and other elements that celebrate ancient Rome are part of its appeal. It stands majestically at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip and features over 3,300 rooms and suites plus all things that make it stand out in terms of luxury and excitement. It also has close to 130,000 square feet of casino space featuring a wide range of games – slots, table games, poker, race & sports books and Keno.... read more arrow

* Regular pre-pandemic touristic activity level.

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