Finding a hotel room bargain in Las Vegas is getting trickier. It’s always been wise to book so that you avoid major holidays, events, and weekends. Those are the busiest days and night in Las Vegas. Saving money isn’t easy when it’s busy. When more people visit Las Vegas there are fewer hotel rooms available

The least exciting part of tourism in Las Vegas is probably conventions and meetings. We all want to see the newest restaurants, bars, casinos, clubs, and attractions on our own time. However, the catalyst to experience Las Vegas for many people over the years are company conferences, conventions, and meetings.   Casino-resort operators in Las

We’re deep in the heart of summer and you might not be ready for the fall. You know what time it is? It’s time to start getting serious about plans this fall. According to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, about 14% of people plan their trip to Las Vegas 61-90 days in advance.

The transformation of Monte Carlo to Park MGM started on October 3, 2016. The vision for this area actually started a few years ago when MGM Resorts International started construction on T-Mobile Arena behind New York-New York casino. The Park opened on April 4, 2016, in between New York-New York and Monte Carlo just before

The large casinos on the Vegas Strip are always upgrading and renovating. Downtown Las Vegas is growing in popularity and that’s showing. Last year the Plaza renovated their rooftop pool deck. The property continues to renovate and upgrade the experience for their customers.   Two other casinos in downtown Las Vegas recently reveals plans to

MGM Resorts International recently announced that Samba Brazilian Steakhouse at The Mirage will close on Aug. 31. Samba has been a unique restaurant to be inside of a Las Vegas casino. You’ll find a traditional steakhouse in almost every casino today. However, Samba was one of a kind restaurant only at The Mirage. You will

Casino food courts and quick serve restaurants can be a savior when visiting Las Vegas. Not only do these venues offer a variety of food but they’re often the least expensive dining option in and around a casino. Las Vegas food courts aren’t necessarily filled with fast food that’s sitting and waiting for you.  

Finding good and unique food in Las Vegas on the cheap can be a challenge. While they might offer great food, some of the restaurants on the Vegas Strip can be pricey. Finding a delicious and interesting meal for under $15 is nearly impossible. Sure you can grab a quick bite a food court or

T-Mobile Arena behind New York-New York has been open for over a year and seems to be booking more concerts and sporting events every month. When the Vegas Golden Knights begin their first season in the NHL this September there will be more events at the arena each month than ever before. This will continue

Palms Casino Resort was sold to Station Casinos in May last year for $312.5 million. The deal became official in late 2016. Many Station Casinos properties have a similar vibe so onlookers have been curious to see how the property would change.  

Las Vegas is constantly evolving. Restaurants, bars, shows, hotel rooms and other amenities inside casino-resorts are constantly changing. The main objective is for the properties to keep up with current customer demand. Sometimes the casino operators are looking to offer products and services for the future that we might not be ready for.   The

When we look for bargains in Las Vegas one of the first places referenced is Ellis Island. The casino, hotel, and brewery are technically located one block east of the Vegas Strip on Koval Lane behind Bally’s. However, if you exit Bally’s on Flamingo, it’s more like half a block.   Ellis Island has been

July 4th fireworks in Las Vegas have become an annual tradition. However, since Las Vegas is an unconventional city it’s not quite as simple as looking up at the sky when the sun goes down on the 4th of July.   Las Vegas is a bit of a different city. That’s part of the appeal.

In 2015, the Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s replaced the beautiful greenery and an iconic moving walkway that lead visitors from the Vegas Strip into the casino. Those trees and bushes weren’t generating any revenue and had to go! The new shops may have taken awhile for some Las Vegas visitors to get used to

New Vegas Slot Machines

Tuesday, 27 June 2017 by

Casinos and slot machine manufacturers are gearing up for a busy summer. The next time you walk into a casino you should expect to see a lot of new slot machines. The games feature new and unique themes and the most advanced technology we’ve ever seen in slot machines.   We are in a Generation

How to Beat the Heat in Vegas

Thursday, 22 June 2017 by

Part of the appeal of visiting Las Vegas is the heat. The dry heat is real and it’s fantastic. Well, it’s great most of the year. It can be a bit too much for some people during the summer months. Sure, hot is hot but it becomes so hot in direct sunlight that you can

The saying is that “the more things change, the more they stay the same.” In Las Vegas, this is half true. The underlying experience may remain the same for many. However, there’s certainly a lot of physical change that you can actually see happening every day in Las Vegas.   You probably already heard the

The D and Vegas Golden Knights recently announced a partnership that will make The D the official downtown Las Vegas casino for the new NHL team. The six-year sponsorship is an exclusive deal. There will a slew of events taking place in downtown Las Vegas with Las Vegas’ first major professional sports franchise and The

Las Vegas Restaurant Week 2017

Tuesday, 13 June 2017 by

Las Vegas has become one of the most popular culinary destinations in America. There are award winning chefs and restaurants everywhere you look. Beyond the awards there are simply a lot of great restaurants to all over Las Vegas.   Unfortunately, some of the best restaurants in Las Vegas can beyond the budget of some

Las Vegas Strip Parking Fees

Thursday, 08 June 2017 by

Parking fees at Vegas Strip casinos are relatively new. MGM Resorts was the first casino operator to change for parking on the Vegas Strip. In 2016, they began charging for both self-parking and valet at Aria, Bellagio, Excalibur, Luxor, Mandalay Bay, The Mirage, MGM Grand, Monte Carlo, and New York-New York. Self-parking was and is

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