Find and book an apartment on the Las Vegas Strip
Viva Las Vegas! Built on gambling, entertainment and drive thru marriages, Las Vegas is built on a dessert in Southern Nevada. Las Vegas is the largest city in Nevada and is known as the entertainment capital of the world, famous for extravagant hotels in Las Vegas as well as its mega casinos. For more of an adventure, Las Vegas is only a short distance to one of the wonders of the world, The Grand Canyon. Vegas attracts visitors of all ages, backgrounds, cultures and this is what gives this city its unique selling point.
The Strip is the most popular spot in Vegas, home to 15 of the world's top 25 hotels including MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Waldorf Astoria, New York New York and the famous hotel from blockbuster film The Hangover, Caesars Palace. It's safe to say that accommodation in Las Vegas is not hard to come by, but don't always assume that you need to stay in a hotel. Las Vegas apartments are a great alternative, and it will also save you some dollars, meaning more money to spend in the casinos (safe gambling of course) or on the world famous all you can eat buffet breakfasts!
Where to Stay?
South of the Strip
South of the strip, home to the “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign as well as some of the most impressive hotels such as the Luxor, Excalibur and the Eiffel Tower at the Paris themed hotel. Even if you decide not to stay South of the strip; an afternoon wandering in and out of these impressive, colourful structures is a must do, as well as a cheeky photo at the famous Vegas sign!
North of the Strip
Find apartments in the north of the strip, a much more facility friendly area. Whilst this spot is not overridden with upmarket hotels, you'll find plenty of family friendly activities and luxury apartments making this a perfect spot for relaxing, especially if you want to be away from party central.
East of the Strip
East of the Strip feels much more cultural than many spots in Vegas, maybe because of its student population as the University of Nevada can be found here. Book accommodation here to enjoy the vibrant life of Vegas.
What to do in Vegas!
One of our favourite spots in downtown Vegas is Fremont Street, with bright lights, fancy casinos and fantastic restaurants. This is a great area to stay if you want easy access to the rest of sin city, as well as easy access to the cultural side of the city. Are you a thrill seeker? Book on to ride the Fremont Street Slotzilla Zipline Thrill Ride Attraction. One not to be missed if adrenaline hunting is your thing.
It can be easy to get over whelmed by looking at because there is so much to do and so much to see. We're sure your familiar with the top attractions and excursions such as the Grand Canyon, Fremont Street and the beautiful fountains at the Bellagio so we've narrowed down some of our favourite hidden gems that you must add to your Las Vegas bucket list that you may not know about!
The Laundry Room
Cocktails, parties and clubs are all over Vegas, but not everyone in Vegas knows about the hidden gem that is The Laundry Room. A tiny speakeasy in a backroom of Commonwealth in Downtown Vegas, the only way to reserve a seat is to text a secret number who will send you instructions on how to get in. The number to text? That would be telling!
Neon Bone Yard
Forget the working neon signs, head to the Neon Bone Yard to see the neon signs of Las Vegas' past, which is essentially a neon sign graveyard. Housing some of the most famous pieces from Vegas history including Binion's Horseshoe and the Golden Nugget, the Neon Bone Yard offers tours daily. Something a little bit different and fun for all the family!
Siegfried and Roy's Secret Garden
Amongst the hustle and bustle, you may be surprised that there's plenty of green spaces to enjoy and experience a bit of peace and quiet. Visit the Siegfried & Roy's Secret Garden where you'll find not only lovely green spaces but white lions, white tigers and bottle nose dolphins… not your typical garden! For another chilled spot, head to the Lake of Dreams at The Wynn which is a stunning lake with a cascading 12 metre waterfall. If you visit at night, be amazed by light shows and impressive holographic scenes.
Best Time to Visit
As Las Vegas is built in the middle of a dessert, the weather is subtropical meaning hot, humid long summers and short mild winters making Las Vegas a popular destination all year round. If travelling during July & August, be prepared for the humidity and the heat. Luckily, all buildings are air-conned to the maximum but if you want to explore the strip, the canyon or further afield, ensure your kitted out to protect yourself from the heat as temperatures can reach over 40°C. The perfect time to visit Vegas (in our opinion) is between September and December, where you'll still get the sunshine but slightly cooler temperatures.