Absolutely love this hotel and casino. It is our go to when visiting Las Vegas. Accommodations are wonderful. Gaming is set up well and interior design adds to the whole experience. Staff is efficient, thoughtful, and helpful throughout the stay. Dining options are good with a couple of options still closed because of C-19; will hopefully be open in September when we return. Take the time to enjoy this beautiful place.
The Flamingo habitat is a great place to stop by if you're in the Flamingo area. They have done a great job of making the area feel like it's miles away from the Strip while you're actually still in the middle of it all.
Secret Pizza always has a long wait because it's a cheap and easy late night dining option. The pizza is much better than you would expect and comes as a single slice or a whole pizza. If you order a whole pizza, then you will probably be waiting for 20 minutes, but the single slices are always immediately available. The last time I visited, I was with a friend who is vegetarian and they didn't have any vegetarian options so we had no choice but to order a whole pizza. I believe I have seen vegetarian options in the past but could be wrong. Still nice to have the option to order custom if needed. The crust is always perfect and the toppings are fresh. I would recommend Secret Pizza to any pizza lovers or anyone just looking for a late night snack.
Probably the best photo ops in Vegas. If you're paying for a taxi or Uber then you will probably want to plan on paying for one of the attractions while visiting. It still a really cool place to hang out and see, but not something I would want to pay to get to and just walk around.
Slots a Fun is one of the few pieces of vintage Las Vegas that still exists on the strip. It's located right in front of Circus Circus and has a good selection of games and cheap food and drinks. The food is nothing spectacular but gets the job done. It's definitely worth stopping in if you're passing by.
This show is amazing. The swimmers, dancers, acrobats, and even clowns are energetic and very talented. The stage and theater are mindblowing. I highly recommend sitting right up front. It's called the "splash zone", but we sat in 1st row and didn't get wet at all. I've only seen a few shows in Vegas, but O is my favorite and I have a hard time believing there's anything better.
Wynn has a beautiful ambiance and relaxing atmosphere, which is not easy to find in Las Vegas. Every room is beautiful and gives guests a little oasis away from the typical Vegas feel. All of the restaurants are delicious and the Lake of Dreams and pool are amazing too. Wynn is also the cleanest hotel on the strip and has a staff that is ready to take care of all your needs. I don't think any other hotel matches the beauty and hospitality found at Wynn.
Me and a few friends went to TGI Friday about a few weeks ago and it was an okay time. I believe that they prioritize older folks since most of us are younger. The food was good but it took at least 30 minutes to get to us after ordering. No complaints about the food but the service and feeling like we the customers were pushed aside for others wasn't the best. I would go to TGI Friday for the food but not the service.
Just got back from another Vegas trip and tried Walk On's at Harrah's for the first time. Walk On's has really good food and friendly servers, but it's a bit overpriced. I had the buffalo chicken wrap and paid nearly $20 for it. Feels like it should have been closer to $13 or $14. Other than that, it's a great spot to grab a quick meal and we didn't have to wait as there were plenty of tables available.
I have to stop by the conservatory everytime I walk through Bellagio. I love the little water features and intricacies.
I had a friend staying at Green Valley the last time I was in Vegas and visited for a half day. I have never given much thought to staying off strip, but this is an absolutely beautiful resort. The pool was certainly the highlight for me, but the casino and restaurants are wonderful as well.
This is a great place to grab a drink and relax. It’s upbeat but not overcrowded and it’s easy to get to if you’re walking the strip.
Absolutely beautiful inside and out.
I’m always a sucker for upscale restaurants with a hip aura and Tao checks all the boxes. We started with flavorful appetizers and ended with signature cocktails. All in all we spent about 2 and a half hours here and spent around $120 pp. It may seem a bit expensive but for Vegas, $60 per hour of food and entertainment is not bad at all.
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