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Making The Most of Your Trip to Sin City

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If you’re looking for fun and excitement, the bright lights of Vegas will certainly not disappoint. The glitz, the glamor along with the slightly taboo gambling and drinking is a fantastic way to let your hair down. Here are some things to consider to make sure you’re really getting the most out of your trip to Sin City.

Hotels

Hotels in Vegas are far more than just hotels. Each one is like a full vacation within itself- bursting with shops, restaurants, attractions and of course casinos. You’re spoiled for choice when it comes to deciding- will you go with the dancing fountains of the Bellagio or the white tiger habitat of MGM? The gorgeous glittering Cosmopolitan, or ride a gondola in the Italian-inspired Venetian? Spend some time researching and looking through what each of them has to offer if you look for Las Vegas hotel deals you might even be able to snag a bargain. If you’re worried about making the decision don’t be- pretty much all of the hotels in Vegas are ‘linked up’ meaning you can walk through and visit the casinos and attractions at any of them even if you’re not staying there.

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Casinos
Even if you’re not much of a gambler, you’re bound to have a flutter while you’re in Vegas! The casinos are out of this world, spend the evening playing at the machines and tables, and the waitresses will be round to hand you out free drinks while you play. There’s something for everyone, so even if you’re a total beginner, you can’t go wrong. Put in some money and press a few buttons- who knows you could win a nice chunk of cash!

Other Attractions
As great as the casinos are, there’s far more to Vegas. From white-knuckle rides and roller coasters to museums, shows, animal encounters and shops there’s something for everyone. You can book a helicopter tour to give you a bird’s eye view of the strip for a truly magical experience and something you will never forget. You can lounge by the pool and soak up some of Vegas’ tropical desert sun, or venture a little way away from the strip and visit one of the five National Parks surrounding the area. Ideal if you want to get out of the busy city for a while.

Dining
Each of the hotels offers incredible breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets, so you’re never too far away from fantastic food. You can dine at any of the hotels even if you’re not staying there (although this of course won’t be included in the price) so there’s plenty to eat, and you’re sure to not get bored. On top of this, there are plenty of cafes and restaurants from simple chains to fine dining and celebrity restaurants if you want to sample some of the best food in the world. Again there really is something for everyone, probably not the best place for those watching their waistlines although there will be healthy options available.

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