Running the length of South Las Vegas Boulevard from Sahara Avenue in the north to Mandalay Bay Road in the south, the Strip is about four miles long. You’ll have the best shopping, dining and nightlife in Las Vegas at your fingertips when you stay on the Strip. You have a lot of options when it comes to Las Vegas hotels in this area, but staying right in the middle of the Strip is always a good call.
The cheapest time to go to Vegas is the fall, from September to November. The summer vacationers have left, bringing down both room rates and flight prices. It’s always cheaper to book accommodation in Las Vegas during the week, rather than over a weekend, and there are other ways to save, too. A stay off-Strip in Downtown Vegas accommodation has all the charm without the high prices: the storied
is a great choice. Between downtown and the Strip is the , a popular Las Vegas hotel with thrill rides and an 884-foot-high restaurant.
Want budget options on the Strip? On the northern end, is a family favorite, while to the south, has swim-up blackjack—it doesn’t get much more Vegas than that. You can also check out for accommodation that has everything you need at the price you want.
Las Vegas truly has something for everyone. It’s home to tons of popular long-running shows, like the Penn & Teller magic show at or the always-unique Blue Man Group at . And the dazzling Cirque du Soleil has six—yes, six!—shows for you to choose from. The original is the long-running Mystère, at .
The Strip isn’t the only exciting place in Vegas. Head to Downtown Vegas for an old-school attractions like the Neon Museum. Book a stay at to take your trip into the future at the Fremont Street Experience: fly high on the SlotZilla Zipline and experience the world’s largest video screen. But don’t stop your adventure at ziplining; there are also tons of outdoorsy day trips from Las Vegas, like the or the .