Las Vegas Sporting Events and Experiences

Home to world-class entertainment, nightlife, dining, and more, Las Vegas is a mecca for international sporting events. Annually, Las Vegas plays host to a variety of professional, collegiate and amateur sporting events. Major professional events include the National Basketball Association (NBA) exhibition and pre-season games, the NBA Summer League, the National Hockey League (NHL) Awards and exhibition games, Championship Boxing and UFC matches, the USA Seven’s Rugby Tournament, PGA FedEx Cup Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, and Major League Baseball (MLB) Big League Weekend. Home to the UNLV Rebels, Las…

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Las Vegas Spas

The “Entertainment Capital of the World” offers the perfect escape for relaxation and rejuvenation with luxurious spas located on and off the Strip. Ranging from public retreats to those exclusively for hotel guests, spas in Las Vegas are as varied as the resorts that house them. A small sampling of spa services offered in Las Vegas include sport, Shiatsu and Swedish massages to soothe tired muscles and smooth away kinks; body treatments, including herbal baths, wraps, aromatherapy and reflexology; relaxing amenities such as steam rooms, saunas and whirlpools; and full-service…

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Las Vegas Shopping

Boasting spectacular shopping experiences with numerous flagship stores of sought-after luxury brands like Fendi, Tom Ford, Givenchy and Mulberry, Las Vegas has made its mark as a leader in the luxury retail world. From The Shops at Crystals and The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace to The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian and The Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino; the options are endless. Strip Shopping Visitors can experience all the sights, sounds and smells of a traditional Middle Eastern market with the addition of the…

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Las Vegas Arts & Culture

For decades, Las Vegas has occupied a singular place in America’s cultural spectrum. Showgirls and neon lights are some of the most familiar emblems of Las Vegas’ culture, but they are only part of the story. In recent years, Las Vegas has secured its place on the cultural map. Visitors can immerse themselves in the cultural offerings that are unique to the destination, delivering a well-rounded dose of art and culture. Unique Las Vegas Culture Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone’s colorful, public artwork Seven Magic Mountains is a two-year exhibition located…

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Las Vegas Attractions

When you’re not lounging by the pool or savoring delicious cuisine, you’ll find that Las Vegas has a variety of must-see attractions and entertainment options to keep you occupied. From thrilling roller coasters to erupting volcanoes and the world’s tallest observation wheel, Las Vegas’ attractions appeal to people around the world. Things to Do The High Roller is the tallest observation wheel in the world at an impressive 550 feet tall and is located at The LINQ Promenade. Towering above The LINQ Promenade’s $550 million outdoor, dining, entertainment and retail…

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Las Vegas Culinary

On the Strip and off, the best Las Vegas restaurants are inspiring food-loving tourists to make reservations—and mark their calendars. Within a decade, Las Vegas has redefined the culinary and wine experience by offering the most comprehensive collection of celebrity chefs, world-class restaurants and Master Sommeliers (11) of any destination in the world. Southern Nevada is home to more than 5,000 general restaurants. This number is just a small part of the overall food & beverage culture in the region and does not account for the thousands of snack bars,…

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Las Vegas Scenic Day Trips

Many travelers are drawn to the lights and excitement of Las Vegas, but too few are aware of the spectacular Southwest landscape that surrounds them. Rugged mountains, red rock canyons and deep desert valleys offer stunning scenery and a myriad of outdoor recreational opportunities. The region’s favorable climate makes outdoor activity around Las Vegas an attractive option year-round. Bonnie Springs Ranch/Old Nevada lies about 20 miles west of Las Vegas near Red Rock Canyon. Bonnie Springs Ranch was built in the 1840s as a cattle ranch and watering hole. Adjacent to the ranch is…

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