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Why Stay At LVH
A Nevada icon just off the Strip, the 2,973-room Las Vegas Hotel & Casino has something for everyone: spacious rooms, convention center access, poolside cabanas, even a handful of tennis courts.
When it opened in 1969, the Las Vegas Hotel (then the Las Vegas Hilton) was the largest in the world. And though it no longer holds that title, the property is still enormous by today's standards, with 2,973 rooms on 64 sprawling acres on Paradise Road, one block off the densely packed Strip. This location—also next to the Las Vegas Convention Center—makes it a top choice for business travelers; thanks to three classes of rooms and seven suite options, it's also an ideal choice for families (the third floor pool deck is furnished with cabanas and misting chairs, plus a snack bar, fitness center, and four championship tennis courts). Where will you find the gambling set? Downstairs at the main casino floor, which is home to a mega-sized sports-and-race book with 60 big-screen TVs.
If you're staying multiple days, opt for a three-day unlimited monorail pass. The station is just steps from the hotel's entrance, and the route runs the length of the Strip.
Hang a "go green" tag on your door and you'll receive a $10 voucher that's redeemable at the hotel's 21 restaurants and bars.
Arrive at Las Vegas McCarran International Airport (LAS) which is approximately 4 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 20 minutes of travel time.3000 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Spa on property
- Fitness Center
- Outdoor Pool
- Pool Deck + Amenities
- Outdoor Jacuzzi
- 6 Tennis Courts
- Tennis Lessons
- Hair Salon
- Car Rental on property
- Premium Bedding
- High-speed Internet (fee)
- 37-inch Plasma TVs
- Working Desks
- Fine Dining Options
- Eateries + Cafés
- Bars + Lounges
- Cabana Bar
- Pool Snack Bar
- In-room Dining
- Live Entertainment
- 2 adults + 2 children max occupancy in all room types
- $100 coupon good towards dining
- $10 free slot play (1 per stay)
- Complimentary parking
Why We Love Las Vegas
Beyond the Strip, an entire, seemingly self-contained city exists. This is where to uncover some of Vegas's most transformative experiences: the Red Rock Canyon National Park and legendary local restaurants like Lotus of Siam.
State Hwy. 159.
Where to Eat: On the top floor of the Palms, the Michelin-starred restaurant, Alizé, by chef Andé Rochat, serves French specialties such as phyllo-wrapped Anjou pear, paired with one of the 7,500 bottles from the restaurant's wine cellar.
4321 W. Flamingo Road.
Dinner for two $200.
Local Flavor: Easy to overlook due to its ho-hum location, Lotus of Siam has nevertheless firmly entrenched itself in many folks' minds as the foremost Thai eatery in the country. Don't miss the Issan-style deep-fried beef jerky.
953 E. Sahara Ave., Village Square Shopping Center.
Dinner for two $75.
Best Day Trip: The 726-foot Hoover Dam, which generates 4.2 billion kilowatt-hours per year, easily earns its status as one of the industrial wonders of the world. It's just a 34-mile drive south from Las Vegas; one-hour guided tours are offered every day.
U.S. Hwy. 93, Boulder City.
Tours from $30.
Why Go Now
September 7-9, 2012
The West Coast's largest indoor arts and crafts show.
Cashman Center; 850 Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas.
September 27 - 30, 2012
Las Vegas BikeFest
This is one crazy-long weekend of hard-core rockin' good times—live concerts, nonstop partying, big money Poker Runs, cool bikes and hot contests.
Golden Nugget and Cashman Center.
October 12-14, 2012
Age of Chivalry Renaissance Fair
Bring the kids to this three-day medieval fair with knights, maidens, and fire dancers.
Silver Bowl Park; 6800 E. Russell Rd.