인근 지역: Paradise
- Bally's / Paris Las Vegas Station • 도보로 3분 거리
- Flamingo / Caesars Palace Station • 도보로 7분 거리
5km 내 1,932개
Garrett Popcorn Shops
0.1 km$ • 디저트 • 미국 요리
0.2 km$$$$ • 프랑스 요리 • 채식주의 식단 • 채식 옵션
Restaurant Guy Savoy
0.3 km$$$$ • 프랑스 요리 • 유럽 요리 • 채식주의 식단
0.4 km$$$$ • 일본 요리 • 해산물 • 스시
Mon Ami Gabi
34미터$$ - $$$ • 유럽 요리 • 채식주의 식단 • 채식 옵션
0.4 km$ • 간단한 음식 • 이탈리아 요리 • 피자
0.3 km$$$$ • 바
Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas
81미터$$$$ • 프랑스 요리 • 유럽 요리 • 채식 옵션
Beauty & Essex
0.3 km$$ - $$$ • 미국 요리 • 채식주의 식단 • 채식 옵션
10km 내 385개
0.2 km즐길거리 & 랜드마크 • 분수대
Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck
69미터전망대 & 타워
Casino at Bellagio
Le Boulevard at Paris
66미터경관이 좋은 산책로
Paris Las Vegas
0.2 km즐길거리 & 랜드마크 • 카지노
Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden
Grand Bazaar Shops
Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood
Blu Pool at Bally's
66미터해변 & 풀 클럽
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Hello. We have our first vacation to the Vegas Strip booked at the Venetian in late May. Reviews are making us rethink our plans. We will have our two teenage daughters with us. Is it safe for our family to be on the strip? How concerned should we be with the drug use, crime, and overall sketchiness of those other than tourists like us?
We were there last summer and everything was great. There are homeless people and drug dealers on the streets, but just turning down a discreet offer is enough. Public security agents are very attentive to any problem and the number of people present makes the scene for an assault more difficult. I think that, in general, you can go for a family leisurely walk during the day and in the evening, at night you just need to be aware of strangers and walk together. I personally do not recommend that teenagers travel alone at any time. Have a good trip!
Doing a surprise 40th bday trip for my husband in July and his two of his best friends as an all guys trip. What hotel would you recommend they stay at? He’s never been and always wanted to go. Any suggestions would be helpful! Thank you in advance 😁
Planet Hollywood right in the middle of the strip or Ceasers just like the guys from the movie The Hangover! Can’t go wrong! They will absolutely love it!
Really want to take my husband back to Las Vegas for our 5th wedding Anniversary, but not if there isn’t anything open to do. Is there anything you can actually do during this pandemic right now?
Right now yes! Mostly everything is open. Some places have a max. But make sure to just set reservations before you go anywhere and you should be fine.
Are the casinos up and going. We were hoping to come for our 15th Anniversary last part of August
Some are open, but some not, and with a spike in Clark County cases, there is talk of closing again. There are a dozen active threads on the Las Vegas Destination Forum, which get updates daily, if not hourly. I would head to that Forum, and bookmark a few of those update threads. Best of luck, and happy anniversary, Hunt
Ciao,Las Vegas in un giorno, la strip a piedi ci vogliono 3 ore.... ma per vedere dentro gli hotel...quanto ci vorrà più o meno a guardarne uno?
Certi hotel sono enormi e a volte è difficile uscire da dove si è entrati perché ci sono tante sale da gioco che alla fine si assomigliano tutte. Però sei obbligato a transitarci per visitare le parti più interessanti. Il tempo è variabile …. anche un' ora.
What is the best/most cost effective way to get around while in Vegas? Only there for 3 days (and there are three of us). Thanks in advance.
Depends on where you are going. If just around town, Uber or the bus are best. If wanting to go to Hoover Dam or hiking out of town, you can use Hotwire to get a really cheap car. Pick up at the airport
Planning my first trip to Vegas in early April - any safety concerns for a solo traveler? I know I want to see the canals at the Venetian, possibly ride the High Roller (even though it scares me lol), see the Flamingos, check out Minus 5 Ice Bar and ride the Monorail... and play poker and roulette of course! What else should I see / do that is reasonably priced? Any tips for a solo traveler? Thanks! =)
Helicopter trip over the Grand Canyon with Papillon Tours was superb although a bit on the pricey side. Slotzilla zipline on Freemont St is awesome fun. Venetian Casino canals, shops and food court are great as are the Forum shops at Caesars Palace. Avoid shops at the Cosmopolitain as they are all high end. High Roller Wheel is a must. Take the Happy Hour rotation if you like a drink. Bar service is fast and you can make it pay for itself if you knock a few back :) Don't miss the Bellagio Fountains, they're amazing and free. Freemont Street at night is brilliant fun and if you go there, take a slice of pizza at Pizza Rock-it's out of this world. Other cheap eats: Shake Shack, The Donut Store near Freemont St, Grimaldi's Pizza (various locations) and snacks in Eataly are all reasonably priced as is In n Out Burger on the Linq promenade. On the pricier side, Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace is superb and if you really want to splash out on a meal, The Eiffel Tower restaurant is just the best. Work some overtime, get saving and treat yourself. Have an amazing break, as we did 👍 As for the down and outs, girls dressed as showgirls asking for pictures, then trying to charge you, also people dressed as super heroes and Disney characters, little Asian women trying to sell you bracelets and men who will give you cards for prostitutes. Either look away or politely say "no thanks" and they will leave you alone. We thought it was very safe as long as you do expect to witness some or other erratic behaviour on the strip around once every ten minutes.
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