Where to stay in Las Vegas
Las Vegas Boulevard beckons you in with its outrageous neon charm. The Strip is lined on both sides with everything that's quintessentially Vegas. Casinos, hotels, restaurants, shopping malls, theatres, entertainment, and so much more bring the desert city to life. This is the Vegas that is known around the world.
View of Las Vegas Boulevard (The Strip)
East and West of The Strip
If you're after convenience and lower prices, a hotel just to the east or west of The Strip is your best bet. To the east is the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV), large golf courses, and shopping malls. The western side is home to what locals call “the real Las Vegas” with regular supermarkets, bakeries, and town living. Here you can take a break from the casino lifestyle.
View of East Las Vegas from The Stratosphere tower
Fremont Street and Downtown
Downtown and Fremont Street are north of The Strip in Vegas' central business district. This area is home to the vintage casinos and hotels of Vegas' golden era. Downtown is also home to the city's burgeoning arts district. Galleries and museums dot the popular area, introducing you to a more refined part of the city.
The neon signs of Fremont Street