Las Vegas has always been really popular with my clients it's a great combination as a two centre holiday with a Caribbean Island or with a US road trip along the Pacific Coast, but many of my clients think all you can do in Vegas is gamble!
Here are some of the fabulous things you can do in Vegas that I recommend to my clients to enhance your experience.
• Watch the fountain show at the Bellagio, its a fabulous show and reminded me of the fountains in the Dubai marina.
• Take a trip to the top of the Eiffel tour for fab view of the strip while you fly around on the roller coaster.
* Book a tour to take in secrets spots in Vegas, I loved this and particularly loved finding out about all the hiding speakeasy's around the town. This is a gem of a tour.
* Go into the Bellagio to see their flower decorations, they really are something else. Christmas and Easter are really impressive displays. Go into any hotels for a look around, Vegas is one of the few hotels in the world that you are encouraged to come in for a look. So make the most of it. The chandelier in the Cosmopolitan's bar is worth checking out too.
• See the volcanos erupt at the Mirage.
* Get your fortune told by Zoltar as features in the movie Big.
* Buy S'mores to see what all the fuss is about, Hersey's had a S'more cafe here.
* Check out the meandering canals and gondolas in the Venice when you step into Venice.
* Try the famous New York sandwich, pastrami on rye, where else but in the New York, New York food hall.
• Buy a ticket to see a baseball game with the 51s Las Vegas
• Take a scenic plane trip, bus trip or road trip to the Grand Canyon it doesn’t matter how you get there just go. I did the plane trip and the landscape is spectacular as you fly out to the Canyon and look down at the Colorado river meandering through the mountains. This was a real highlight for me and if you go in Dec you might even have snow at the canyon like we did.
• Visit the Hoover Dam.
• Zipline down Fremont Street on the Slotzilla.
• Catch the Viva Vision light show on Freemont Street on the world’s largest video screen.
• Take in one of the many Cirque de Soleil show on offer, they are expensive but they are worth the money.
• Take a spin on the High Roller wheel for fantastic views of the city.
• Visit the Neon Museum to see the historic lights of past casinos. This is really unusual and a step back in time. I would really recommend this.
• Visit Death Valley.
I have organised and booked many of these trips and tours for my clients, so you don't have to worry about it on arrival which in turn allows you more time to enjoy your trip. So, let me know if Vegas is on your list this year.