Las Vegas Blog
Resort fees may seem like an unfair additional fee that unreasonably adds to your hotel bill total, but believe it or not, sometimes they can be worth it.
For instance, right now, as I type this, I'm at the Luxor, which charges $16.80 in additional fees. Pretty bogus, right? However, their resort fees include a morning newspaper and free wireless Internet, plus a book of helpful little coupons.
You still might be saying to yourself, 'Wow, $17 and that's all I get?'
No matter what you look like or where you're coming from, it's IMPOSSIBLE to walk down the Vegas Strip without being offered a million pamphlets, coupons, CD's or Vegas business cards that appear to be (and ALWAYS are) too good to be true.
That being said, there are a few coupon slingers on the Strip that are actually offering you something worthwhile. Here's what to look for - and avoid - when it comes to Vegas coupons.
First.) If they ask you a question, you should probably bail.
If you’ve ever been to Las Vegas, than you know that the foot traffic on the Las Vegas Strip moves about as quickly as a Judd Apatow flick. And if you’ve ever opted for the “old Las Vegas” experience, than you’re more than aware that the cost of cabs can add up in a hurry.
Let's be honest here ... when you book a room on the Vegas Strip, there's not a lot of incentive to leave the comfort of, well, the Strip. After all, there's TONS to see, everyone else appears to be a Tourist (minus employees and pamphlet-slingers) and everything appears to be within walking distance.
Or so you thought ...
As it turns out, no Vegas experience is considered 'authentic' without a trip to one of the off-Strip casinos, most notably one of the Station Casinos. (In this case, we'll be dealing with the Texas.)
The Strip - it's a pretty amazing place to be. Tons of hotels, a million things to do, and Vegas shows galore.
Thinking of spending Thanksgiving in Las Vegas? Of course you are - where else can you get all the glitz and glam, and a turkey to boot! There’s a reason Las Vegas is called the Entertainment Capital of the World - so button up those turkey day pants while you still can, and get ready to hit the Strip.
New restaurants in Vegas sprout up seemingly every other week. Sin City knows how to keep it fresh, and while this used to be the city of the buffet, these days it's more of a fine-dining HUB than anything else. (Don't believe us?
Whether you are looking for a romantic Las Vegas vacation or a unique Las Vegas tour, Gondola adventures is sure to be the highlight of any trip. Gondola Adventures Las Vegas has been featured by a multitude of media outlets and was named #2 of the nations top 5 Floating Feasts on The Food Network Show “Top 5.” Step aboard a beautifully crafted, unique wooden gondolas. The fleet is equipped to handle large parties, couples, weddings and on-board dining. No wonder Gondola Adventures has been a Lake Las Vegas mainstay for 10 years.
Being jet-lagged (or supremely hungover) can be a drag in Las Vegas. If only there were a way to speed up the recovery process... Well, the MGM Grand's Stay Well rooms claim to do just that!