When locals want to get away from their hectic life in the city, they go to the JW Marriott. Tucked deep behind winding roads and walls of palm trees, the lush...more
The most intriguing feat of architecture on the Strip is this 30-story black pyramid with a burst of light pointing straight up (and visible from at least 50...more
It's ironic that the standout of the splashy new CityCenter is also the most understated thing in it. From the elegant bamboo and bonsai gardens at the...more
With its volcano, aquarium, and gold-tinted windows, the Mirage defined the "new Las Vegas" when it opened on the Strip in 1989. It's no longer the most...more
Having started out as something of a cheesy ersatz Big Apple with its mock Brooklyn Bridge, Coney Island roller coaster, Statue of Liberty, and Manhattan...more
Why add another wing to your hotel when you can add another hotel altogether? That's exactly what Vegas power player Sheldon Adelson did with his 50-story...more
To enjoy the Palms, you must be a fan of "the scene." If you're not, you will despise this property. Service is good, but it comes with a hipper-than-thou...more
With a fun French sensibilitya foot of the half-sized Eiffel Tower actually juts into the casinoand a center-Strip location that provides perfect...more
In Vegas, folks looking for a bargain often try out less expensive "nongaming" properties but find themselves either far from the Strip or bored...more
The Station Casinos chain is popular with locals and with visitors who are here strictly to gamble—comps come quickly and the staff prides itself on...more
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