Las Vegas Is Waiting For You

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The Nevada Gaming Control Board said that Nevada registered a sharp increase in gambling revenue to $1.28 billion in October, the 20th consecutive month above $1 billion. October 2022 gaming wins surged 4.8% over the previous year and over 20% above pre-pandemic October 2019.

With almost two years of gambling revenue records, the state is on track to surpass 2021’s record-breaking $13.4 million. The Nevada Gaming Control Board said that Nevada casinos earned $12.3 billion in the previous 10 months, 12.3% more than in 2021. If you’ve never been to Sin City, now’s the time, and we’ll help you plan your trip!

Take into account your preferred ambiance when booking a trip to Las Vegas. Restaurants, bars, and other amenities may be found in a wide variety of hotels. Which sounds more appealing: a room at the ARIA with your partner, or taking the children to the Tournament of Kings at Excalibur? Vegas has a wide variety of entertainment options, so choose the shows, clubs, hotels, and eateries that you’re most excited to visit. Whether you plan to gamble at the Mirage or see Lady Gaga at the MGM Grand, Sin City has something for everyone.


When to Visit

There is no bad season to visit Sin City, however, the summer months, when highs often exceed 30 or 40 degrees Celsius, may deter some guests (unless they spend their time poolside or inside a climate-controlled casino). March through May and October through November are the best months to visit Las Vegas. The hottest month, August is also the cheapest time to visit Las Vegas due to many wanting to avoid the heat.

Conventions and festivals take place year-round in Las Vegas. CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in January, EDC (Electric Daisy Carnival) in May, and the Las Vegas Golden Knights hockey season from October to April, with playoffs in May and possibly June, are the most notable events.


Where To Stay

MGM Resorts International

This mega-resort offers some of the best nightlife and entertainment on The Strip, so its casino floor is similarly remarkable. The MGM Grand is one of Las Vegas’ greatest casinos, with over 1,700 slot machines, 159 table games, and a big race and sports book in 170,000 square feet.

The Whiskey Lounge of the MGM Grand is a premium gambling destination. While playing blackjack or slots, make sure to enjoy one of their exquisite whiskeys.

Treasure Island Casino

Treasure Island has over 2,200 slot machines and all of your favorite table games. One of the best casinos in Las Vegas, TI is famous for its wide variety of games, daily bingo sessions, and yearly poker tournaments. If you’re looking for a good time and the chance to make a few bucks, heed the call of the sea.

Casino Luxor in Las Vegas

There are more than 1,100 slot machines, 62 gaming tables, and a huge race and sports book spread throughout the 120,000 square feet of this Egyptian-themed casino’s gaming area.

One of the only casinos on the Strip that offer five-dollar blackjack all day is the Luxor. A refresher course in table games is offered for free every day around lunch.

Casino Paris Vegas

With over 1,700 slot machines and various table games, Paris Las Vegas is a romantic addition to the Las Vegas casino scene. While you try your luck at the race and sports book, relax on the plush couches and watch all the action from your favorite sporting events on the massive screens. For a more sumptuous gaming experience, the high-limit Champagne slots are located on an elevated terrace with an ornate wrought-iron gazebo under a faux Parisian sky.

Casino Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

The Cosmopolitan’s expansive casino floor showcases gambling’s glamour. At one of Las Vegas’ greatest casinos, 1,300 slot machines and several table games will titillate you with sparkling chandeliers and seductive accents. Sign up for a slot tournament for a chance at hitting the jackpot!

Bellagio Fountains and Botanical Garden

The Bellagio Gardens and Fountains are not to be missed. More than a thousand fountains, each measuring 460 feet in height, dance to music and lights every 15 minutes throughout the night. However, the Botanical Gardens are maintained by a 120-person team who work in the Conservatory to the right of the front desk, where the flowers and patterns are updated every year.

Cirque du Soleil

Cirque du Soleil features five Las Vegas shows featuring intricate-themed tales, costumes, settings, and acrobatic and artistic acts.

Neon Museum

You can watch the renowned Las Vegas signs lit up in a weekly performance if you go to the “neon boneyard” at night. In order to really appreciate this city’s amazing past, a guided tour is well worth the additional fee.

Valley of Fire State Park

These two natural landscapes bordering Las Vegas contrast well with the city’s lights. Hiking, horseback riding, bike routes, and rock climbing are available at Red Rock, while the Valley of Fire offers spectacular red rock formations.

Magic Mountains

This free Stonehenge-like art installation is vibrant. To avoid crowds and get better shots, visit this spot around dawn or sunset.


Neighborhoods To Check Out

The Strip

If you’re new to Vegas, you probably came for the Strip. Casinos, restaurants, and luxury hotels line a four-mile stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard.


Fremont Street has several casinos, restaurants, and bars. Downtown Las Vegas seems more old-school now that everyone goes to the Strip.

The Arts District

Set in Downtown Las Vegas, this neighborhood spans 18 blocks. The Arts Factory, a historic industrial building, is the inspiration for the district’s moniker.


Craft beer fans visiting Vegas are drawn to Henderson’s breweries and distilleries, despite its suburban location. It’s calmer than the Strip yet has great restaurants and shopping amid the beautiful Nevada desert.


Spring and autumn are the two best seasons in Las Vegas, which is temperate year-round. In April and May, temperatures range from the 50s to the 80s, making pool days comfortable without Las Vegas’s summer heat. Las Vegas’s heat breaks in October, not September.



With just a bit of planning ahead on when you’d like to go and what you’d like to see, a vacation to Las Vegas is easily accessible to anyone looking for a one-of-a-kind adventure in a city unlike any other on the planet. With Vegas’ recent economic revival, there’s never been a better time to book your tickets and visit the city of lights.

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