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Las Vegas, NV Hotels & Resorts

Bellagio, Las Vegas
Four Seasons Hotel, Las Vegas
The Ritz-carlton, Lake Las Vegas
The Venetian
Encore, A Wynn Resort
The Palazzo Resort-hotel-casino
Trump Hotel Las Vegas
Wynn Las Vegas
Green Valley Ranch Resort & Spa
Palms Place Hotel & Spa
The Signature At Mgm Grand
Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino
Thehotel At Mandalay Bay
Loews Lake Las Vegas Resort
Paris, Las Vegas
Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa
The Mirage, Las Vegas
Golden Nugget, Las Vegas
Treasure Island - Ti
Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas
Caesars Palace, Las Vegas
Mgm Grand Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas
Monte Carlo Resort & Casino
Excalibur, Las Vegas
Flamingo Las Vegas
Luxor Las Vegas
Montelago Village Resort Lake Las Vegas
New York-new York Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas
The Orleans Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas
Las Vegas Hilton
Hooters Casino Hotel
Rio Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas
Riviera Hotel
Stratosphere Casino Hotel & Tower
Westin Casuarina Las Vegas
Primm Valley Resort, Primm Nevada
Bally's, Las Vegas
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas
Four Queens Hotel & Casino
Harrah's Casino & Hotel, Las Vegas
Hyatt Place Las Vegas
Imperial Palace Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas
Sahara Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas
Palace Station, Las Vegas
Circus Circus, Las Vegas
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Things to Do in Las Vegas, NV

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Trying to describe Las Vegas in a few hundred words is a formidable task. Should the focus be on the city’s mystic qualities – the dazzling lights and glittering resorts where more than 35 million pleasure-seeking tourists wager millions of dollars every year? Or should one look beyond the myth, at a southwestern metropolitan area that is home to 1.4 million people – a place with schools, parks, grocery stores, and quiet neighborhoods populated by people from every state in the union?

One city, two stories. But that’s always been the history of Las Vegas. Its very creation seems like the ultimate contrast: Las Vegas, Spanish for "the meadows," was founded by Mormon missionaries. These early settlers were followed by westward-traveling pioneers and, later, by the men who built Hoover Dam, the area’s first big tourist attraction. The legalization of gambling in the 30s transformed the city into an American Xanadu, where a street lined with stately pleasure domes tempts travelers searching for excitement, cuisine, entertainment and shopping.

Dreams of riches are usually just that; but the dream of a better life, one that adds some 50,000 modern-day pioneers to the population every year, is one that can come true. From the urban beat of a big city to the wide-open spaces of the outlying landscape, there’s a place in Las Vegas to suit everyone. Jobs are plentiful, thanks to a booming local economy and a pro-business environment in which companies do not pay corporate income, franchise, inventory, or unitary taxes. The cost of living in Las Vegas is lower than in other comparable U.S. cities, in part because of the absence of any personal income tax. The people are friendly, the climate is healthy and there’s something fun to do every night of the week.

Falling in love with Las Vegas is easy to do. "The Entertainment Capital of the World" welcomes 35 million people a year. Visitors love to enjoy luxurious hotels, unique shopping experiences, dazzling and unusual stage shows, first rate restaurants, and world class gaming. Of course, Las Vegas is also a golfer's paradise, with plenty of championship golf courses.

Away from the man-made excitement is a world of natural beauty unlike any other place on earth. Red Rock Canyon's unique rock formations are perfect for both the photographer and the rock climbing enthusiast. Mt. Charleston offers hiking, skiing, camping and all the wonderful sensations of the High Sierras. Lake Mead is perfect if you're into water sports. The Grand Canyon, Valley of Fire, and Death Valley are all short hops from the Strip.

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