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INTRODUCTIONTripAdvisor, the most trusted source for where to eat, sleep and play in thousands of destinations aroundthe world, has collected the best insider tips from its 50 million monthly visitors to produce a uniqueseries of travel guides. In addition to the best hotels, restaurants and attractions for every type of traveler,you’ll get great advice about what to pack, how to get around and where to find the best views. Be sureto check out the guides at’ll find reviews for more than 555,000hotels, 200,000 vacation rentals, 175,000attractions and 780,000 restaurants Learn from other travelerswhat to expect before you make your plans.TRAVEL TIPS1. “The one thing you must bring is themost comfortable pair of shoes youhave. Make that two pairs! You are goingto do more walking than you can evenimagine.”—TripAdvisor Member, NewJersey2. “Vegas ain’t FREE. Bring lots of moneyfor everything.”—TripAdvisor Member,Texas3. Don’t forget your “camera—thereis nowhere like Vegas and you willwant pictures!”—TripAdvisor Member,California4. “Be prepared for both hot and coldweather. Bring at least one nice dressyoutfit for a nice night out.”—TripAdvisorMember, CaliforniaInsideLAS VEGASAt night, Las Vegas rises from the surrounding Nevada desertwith a mirage of twinkling lights, throngs of nocturnal partygoerson the move and floodlit replicas of familiar structures like theSphinx, the Eiffel Tower and even the Statue of Liberty.With as much to do indoors as out, neither cold desert winternights nor blazing summer sun can deter the throngs of travelerswho flock to Sin City all year long.Casinos, naturally, continue to draw tourists. In Sin City, you’ll findeverything from penny slots to high-stakes table games in privatesalons. But there’s much more to Vegas than gambling, from thechoreographed fountains at the Bellagio to the Liberace Museum,as well as concerts from a range of singers, comedians and bigname personalities.Las Vegas is also surprisingly family friendly. To appeal to kidsof all ages, the hotels have spent millions developing technicallysophisticated indoor amusement rides like the Circus CircusAdventuredome.And if you really want to take a gamble, just get a marriage licenseand choose one of the many venues to tie the knot!tripadvisor.com2

TopVIEWSLAS VEGAS BEST VIEWS“We visited the Grand Canyon with Grand Adventures. Westopped off at the Hoover Dam to capture the sights and took adetour to the famous Route 66 to capture some more pictures.When we arrived at the Grand Canyon, we had a picnic on the SouthRim.”—TripAdvisor Member, Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K.Fountains at Bellagio is “spectacular. I was at the top of the EiffelTower in the Paris Las Vegas hotel when the water show startedacross the street. What a treat, a perfect aerial view of the entireshow above the skyline of Las Vegas.”—TripAdvisor Member, NewYork, N.Y.Eiffel Tower Experience, Paris Las Vegas, 3655 Las Vegas Blvd. S.,702 946 7000Grand Adventure Tours, 702 989 5081Fountains at Bellagio, 3600 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 702 693 7111WheretoPLAYTOP 10 Attractions1. Jeff Civillico: Comedy in Action, Planet Hollywood Restaurant, 702 755 21906. Little Chapel of the Flowers, 1717 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 702 735 43312. Dig This, 3012 S. Rancho Drive, 702 222 43447. Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, HCR 33, 702 515 53503. World Class Driving, 4055 Dean Martin Dr., 877 597 64038. Vegas Indoor Skydiving, 200 Convention Center Dr., 702 731 47684. Bellagio Fountains, 3600 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 702 693 71119. Pinball Hall of Fame, 1610 E. Tropicana, 702 434 97465. Jersey Boys, Palazzo Hotel, 3255 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 702 414 900010. The Neon Museum, 821 Las Vegas Blvd. N., 702 387 6366FAMILIESKids will love the Medieval-themed Excalibur,“featuring the Tournament of Kings, adinner-theater extravaganza with joustingknights, fire-breathing dragons and a team oftumbling jesters.”—TripAdvisor MemberLied Discovery Children’s Museum “ishands-on. It was very interesting and fun foradults as well. This was by far the best thingI did in Las Vegas.”—TripAdvisor Member,Victor, IdahoTournament of Kings, Excalibur Hotel &Casino, 3850 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 702 597 7600Lied Discovery Children’s Museum,833 Las Vegas Blvd. N., 702 382 5437Jean-Philippe Patisserie, Bellagio, 3600 LasVegas Blvd. S., 702 693 7111M&M’s World, Showcase Mall, 3785 LasVegas Blvd. S., 702 736 7611“.by far the best thing I did in Las Vegas.”ROMANCEJean-Philippe “is tucked away in a nook bythe Conservatory. Superb pastries! Thesemake a great pre-bedtime snack.” Go for astroll through the gardens and then “takethe order back to your room.”—TripAdvisorMember, Fort Washington, Pa.Enjoy an amazing display at M&M’s World.“My wife and three daughters visited thisincredible store. For those who love M&Ms,this place is a must.”—TripAdvisor Member,Monterrey, MexicoHave a relaxing couples massage atBoracay. “We had a deep tissue massage,hot stone treatment, foot scrub, andaromatherapy - HEAVEN!”—TripAdvisorMember, Bozeman, Mont.Boracay Massage, 9340 W. Tropicana Ave.,702 677 8748Have “a wonderful wedding to start awonderful marriage” at the Little Chapel ofthe Flowers. “We were guided through frombeginning to end with efficient and friendlyadvice. From the help with the marriagelicense to the pick-up in the limousine to thewedding ceremony, everything was perfect.”—TripAdvisor Member, Paris, FranceLittle Chapel of Flowers, 1717 Las VegasBlvd. S., 702 735 4331Call an Expedia Travel Specialist now 877 633 3

WheretoPLAYBUDGET“The Strip is to die for! It’s so much fun towalk the Strip and look around. Spendingsome money at some casinos is not only fun,it’s an inexpensive way of getting free drinks,if you don’t tip and gamble so much. Magicaland romantic—who could imagine that?”—TripAdvisor Member, Alta, NorwayADVENTUREThe Bellagio Fountains are “simply beautiful!I could watch all day! Whether you’re on atight budget or you’ve come to Vegas withmillions, you have to see this—it’s FREE!!!Something you don’t see every day!”—TripAdvisor Member, Gloucester, U.K.Fountains at Bellagio, 3600 Las Vegas Blvd. S.,702 693 7111For “fantastic shopping,” check out thediscount designer stores at Las VegasPremium Outlets. “It’s the mecca for anylover of shopping and business. I boughtPolo Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, a CKbag. It’s fantastic!”—TripAdvisor Member,Milan, ItalyLas Vegas Premium Outlets, 875 S. GrandCentral Pkwy., 702 474 7500“You have to see this—it’s FREE!”Stratosphere Tower, the tallestfreestanding observation tower in theU.S., is encircled by two roller coasters.“Without a doubt one of the most differentattractions in Vegas—three awesome thrillrides 1000 feet in the air!”—TripAdvisorMember, Bristol, U.K.Vegas Indoor Skydiving, an indoorskydiving simulator, was a “great experience.The guys really love their job and it shows byhow they make it safe and fun for you.”—TripAdvisor Member, San Diego, Calif.Take a day trip to Red Rock Canyon tosee “views, colors, a waterfall, snow on themountains. Or take a trail ride! Remindsyou that you are really in the West.”—TripAdvisor Member, TrinidadVegas Indoor Skydiving, 200 ConventionCenter Dr., 702 731 4768Red Rock Canyon National ConservationArea, 702 515 5350Stratosphere Tower, 2000 Las Vegas Blvd.S., 702 380 7711EDUCATIONAL/HISTORICALTripAdvisor members have posted morethan 10 million traveler photos on thesite. The good, the bad and the verycandid. It’s almost like being there!“We followed the dinosaur tracks inside theNatural History Museum and found atreasure trove. We recognized early on thisis a child-oriented museum, which made itall the more fun, as I am a child at heart. It is‘touchy feely,’ too, for younger children.”—TripAdvisor Member, Cincinnati, Ohio“The quality and professionalism at theAtomic Testing Museum is very apparentin the displays and interactive sections. Beready to be amazed. We had no idea ofthe testing that went on this close to thecity of Las Vegas!”—TripAdvisor Member,Lethbridge, Alberta“There are precious few affordable andintelligent cultural experiences available inLas Vegas, but the Neon Museum is one ofthem. The beat-up signage is still beautiful,and the contrast with the desert settingmakes it all the more visually interesting.”—TripAdvisor Member, Alameda, Calif.Las Vegas Natural History Museum, 900 LasVegas Blvd. N., 702 384 3466Atomic Testing Museum, 755 East FlamingoRoad, 702 794 5151Neon Museum, Corner of Fremont and Fourthstreets, 702 229 5366 (reservations required)RELAXATION“Go from the desert and heat of LasVegas to the cool mountain top.” MountCharleston is a “great scenic place—in thewinter months, you can frolic in the snow inLas Vegas. How cool is that?”—TripAdvisorMember, FloridaMount Charleston, Spring MountainsNational Recreation Area, 35 miles NW of LasVegas, US 95 to Highway 157, 702 872 5486“Get out of the casinosmoke and relax.”“Get out of the casino smoke and intensityand relax in Qua’s huge Jacuzzis andexcellent steam rooms and sauna. There’salways bottled cold water and icedwashcloths. The feeling is calm, peacefuland relaxed.”—TripAdvisor Member,Barcelona, SpainQua Baths & Spa, Caesars Palace, 3570 LasVegas Blvd. S., 866 782 0655Call an Expedia Travel Specialist now 877 633 3716Paiute “is a great place. The Snow andMountain courses are very nice, while theWolf is outstanding. Depending on the timeof year, it can get pricy, but is still cheaperthan many Vegas courses. To save money,play during twilight hours.”—TripAdvisorMember, Indianapolis, Ind.Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort, 10325 Nu-Wav Kaiv Blvd., 702 658 4

What’stheTOURHow to Get Around“Want to play CSI? If you love mysteries and playing detective,Mystery Adventures is for you! Your guide takes you around townas you search for clues to solve your mystery. What a great time!”—TripAdvisor Member, Kremmling, Colo.“Walking along the Strip is a fun and convenient way to explore thecity and get a feel for Vegas. Many resorts are located within walkingdistance of each other. But the sheer size of the hotels makes hopingaround on foot difficult and tiring, especially when glammed up.” Ifyou get tired of hoofing it, “you can use the monorail that runs fromthe MGM Grand to the Sahara.”—TripAdvisor MembersMystery Adventures, 1100 E. Sahara #140, Rainbow’s End Plaza,702 893 6400WHEREtoeatWant more information on Las Vegas? offers free weekly e-mailupdates filled with new deals, reviewsand articles for Las Vegas or any otherdestination you choose.TOP 10 Restaurants1. Roy’s, 620 E. Flamingo Road, 702 691 20532. Fat Tuesday, 3799 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 504 831 94153. Off the Strip–Just Real Food, 10670 Southern Highlands Pkwy.,Suite 102B, 702 202 24484. The Cheesecake Factory, 3500 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Caesars Palace,702 792 68885. Lotus of SIAM, 953 E. Sahara Ave., 702 735 30336. Le Cirque (Bellagio), 3600 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 702 693 88657. Mandarin Bar, Mandarin Oriental Hotel, 3752 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 702 590 88888. ENVY - The Steakhouse at the Renaissance, 3400 Paradise Road,702 784 57169. Vic & Anthony’s Steakhouse, Golden Nugget Hotel, 129 E. Fremont St.,702 385 711110. Del Frisco’s, 3925 Paradise Road, 702 796 0063FAMILIESMany of the hotels on the Strip feature foodcourts, from the canal-side snacks at theVenetian to the creperies at Paris. “I enjoy theNew York New York Food Courts, witheverything from Nathan’s hotdogs to Buffalowings to fish ‘n’ chips to deli sandwiches.”—TripAdvisor Member, Niagara, OntarioVillage Eateries and Quick Bites, New YorkNew York Hotel & Casino, 3790 Las VegasBlvd. S., 702 740 6969At Omelet House, “the atmosphere is cozyand homey, and you’ll get to eat side by sidewith the local folks. It’s the first restaurantwe recommend to others visiting Vegas.”—TripAdvisor Member, Panama City Beach, Fla.Omelet House, 2160 W. Charleston Blvd.,702 384 6868“The day hostess at the Eiffel TowerRestaurant was so enchanted with ourdaughter she took us up to the kitchen andrestaurant for a tour and saved a table thathad great views of the mountains, Bellagiolight shows and everything. It was fabulous.”—TripAdvisor Member, Springstead, Wis.Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas,3655 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 702 948 6937“Very unique and different!”ROMANCEA French steakhouse, Mon Ami Gabi is“lovely. We sat outside just across the roadfrom the Bellagio fountains.”—TripAdvisorMember, Lancashire, U.K.Mon Ami Gabi, 3655 Las Vegas Blvd. S.,702 944 4224“The menu at Sensi is a mix of Thai, Asianand Italian dishes. Very unique and different!Our meal, from the fresh na’an bread rightthrough to the complimentary truffles totake away, was fantastic. The halibut entreewas to die for!”—TripAdvisor Member,New York“We really enjoyed our meal at Alize. Thefood and service were perfect. We reallyenjoyed watching the sunset from 56 storiesup.”—TripAdvisor Member, Orlando, Fla.Alize at the Palms, 4321 W. Flamingo Road,702 951 7000Sensi, Bellagio Las Vegas, 3600 Las VegasBlvd. S., 702 693 8865Call an Expedia Travel Specialist now 877 633 3716tripadvisor.com5

WHEREtoeatBUDGETToto’s offers more Mexican food for less.“For 10 you were able to sample at least10 hot entrees as well as made-to-ordertacos and omelets. Go hungry!”—TripAdvisorMember, Vancouver, British ColumbiaToto’s, 2055 E. Tropicana Ave.,702 895 7923HEALTH-CONSCIOUSViva Mercado’s Mexican Restaurantserves up “excellent and healthy Mexicanfood. There are 11 types of salsas to choosefrom, many vegetarian options, a variety ofdifferent chicken dishes and of course theusual Tex-Mex we Americans love so well.”—TripAdvisor Member, Minneapolis, Minn.Viva Mercado’s Mexican Restaurant, 3553 S.Rainbow, 702 871 8826HIDDEN GEMSNestled in the Howard Johnson’s downtownis the Florida Cafe Cuban Restaurant, “agreat restaurant that happens to be at theHJ’s. The food and service were excellent. Ifyou like great Cuban food, this is the place.”—TripAdvisor Member, Rio Rico, Ariz.Florida Cafe Cuban Restaurant, Howard JohnsonHotel, 1401 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 702 385 3013“Big Dog’s Cafe has consistently good food& service at great prices. I had the Big Dogsalad and broccoli swiss soup. The rest ofthe group had a variety of salads and burgersand everything was perfectly prepared.”—TripAdvisor Member, La Costa, Calif.Breakfast at Jamm’s was “better than Momused to make. The corned beef hash washome made, with wonderful and tenderchunks of corned beef. The pancakes wereamazing, with fresh fruit and real whippedcream.”—TripAdvisor Member, CaliforniaBig Dog’s Cafe & Casino, 6390 W. SaharaAve., 702 876 3647Jamm’s Restaurant, 1029 S. Rainbow Blvd.,702 877 0749Whether picking up late night take-outor partaking in delicious ‘All You Can Eat’meals, Sushi Mon is always perfect. Thebest rolls to get are the No Name Roll andthe Avocado and Asparagus Roll. The 911spicy tuna roll also has a large following.”—TripAdvisor Member, Las Vegas“The vegetarian menu at Komol washuge, and the food was excellent. Theirtofu satay and peanut sauce was a greatstarter. Meekrob was delicious. Their KangPa was the best! Save room for dessert.Their coconut ice cream was refreshing.”—TripAdvisor Member, WashingtonSushi Mon, 9770 S. Maryland Pkwy.,702 617 0241Komol Thai Restaurant, 953 E Sahara Ave.,702 731 6542Serving Asian and Thai food, Lotus of Siamdishes up “fabulous food, as spicy as youlike it, at great prices. Great selection ofRieslings, too. Best kept secret in town.”—TripAdvisor Member, Western Springs, Ill.Comfort food joint the Hash House A GoGo has the “most original breakfast menu Ihave seen. Tasty, huge portions. We lovedthis place and will make it a regular stopevery time we go to Vegas.”—TripAdvisorMember, Salt Lake City, UtahLotus of Siam, 953 E. Sahara Ave.,702 735 3033Hash House A Go Go, 6800 W. Sahara Ave.,702 804 4646SPECIAL EVENTSCheer on man’s best friend at the Animal Foundation’s annual Best In Showfundraiser. Over 60 of the shelter’s residents will be competing for youraffection, as well as the title of Best In Show. All of the dogs are available foradoption at the end of the show, so don’t be afraid to let one capture yourheart! (April 22)Every year, the Rio hosts the famed World Series of Poker, where playersfrom all over the world hope to become millionaires. Those of us who don’t havea few thousand dollars available to buy in can watch for free from the sidelinesas the high rollers sweat through tournaments like no-limit Texas Hold ‘Em orSeven Card Stud. (May 27 – July 16)Best In Show, Orleans Arena, 4500 W. Tropicana Ave., 702 384 3333,http://www.animalfoundation.comWorld Series of Poker, Rio Hotel and Casino, 3700 W. Flamingo Road,866 746 7671, http://www.wsop.comThe Colosseum is one of Las Vegas’ most spectacular venues, hosting only thebiggest stars the most extravagant shows. This summer, the artists in residenceare legendary pop icons Elton John & Rod Stewart. (Various dates, April – July)Independence Day lasts several days in Vegas. The celebration starts July1st, with stock car racing and the Annual Night of Fire at the Las Vegas MotorSpeedway. Festivities continue as the 51s set off a Fireworks Extravaganza at theend of their minor-league games on July 2nd and 3rd. Cap off your experiencewith the Las Vegas Philharmonic’s July 4th Spectacular at Hills Park. (July 4)The Colosseum, Caesar’s Palace. Elton John - 888 435 8665,Rod Stewart - 800 745 3000Indulge your sweet tooth during the Springs Preserve Ice Cream Festival.Along with all-you-can-eat treats ranging from classic chocolate ice cream toexotic fruit sorbet, the event also offers live music, carnival games and a bubbleplay station for the kiddos. (May 12)Springs Preserve Ice Cream Festival, Springs Amphitheater, 333 S. Valley ViewBlvd., 702 822 7700, http://www.springspreserve.orgIndependence Day Fireworks, Various venuesThe mariachi tradition started in Mexico in the late 19th century. The Las VegasInternational Mariachi Festival has been showcasing the fine art of mariachimusic annually since 1991, as musicians in wide-brimmed hats and colorfulsuits flood the city with their passionate music. Paired up with the prestigiousLas Vegas Tequila Fest, the Rio Casino and hotel will be transformed fromBrazilian Carnivale into a proud symbol of Mexican culture. (September 15 & 17)Las Vegas International Mariachi Festival, Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino, 3700W. Flamingo Road, 800 637 1006, http://www.lasvegasmariachifestival.comLas Vegas Tequila Fest, 480 558 1122, http://www.lasvegastequilafest.comCall an Expedia Travel Specialist now 877 633 6

WheretoSTAYFAMILIES“Check-in at the Platinum was very quick,and the iced water was very welcome. Ourfamily room was massive and extremelywell fitted out, especially the kitchen areaand the bathroom, with the biggest bathI’ve ever seen in a hotel. Great value and agood base for visiting Vegas.”—TripAdvisorMember, Leicestershire, U.K.Platinum Hotel and Spa, 211 E. FlamingoRoad, 702 365 5000“Upon entering our two-room suite atDesert Rose, both of our teenagers askedif we could extend our vacation. Unlikecasino hotels, they are there to serve youas an overnight guest. You won’t feel likethe hotel is an afterthought of the casino.”—TripAdvisor Member, Kansas City, Mo.Desert Rose Resort, 5051 Duke EllingtonWay, 702 739 7000“The Marriott Grand Chateau is afamily-friendly hotel right in the centre ofthe action! It’s just steps from the Bellagio,MGM Grand, Miracle Mile Shopping Mallsand Planet Hollywood. We really couldn’task for more!”—TripAdvisor Member,Pordenone, ItalyMarriott Grand Chateau, 75 East HarmonAve., 702 862 5600Have questions about Las Vegas? Getinsider advice from local experts in ourforums. The majority of questions areanswered within 24 hours.ROMANCE“When my wife and I entered our suiteat the Wynn, we felt like crying. It wasfantastic! The place is incredible and greatvalue for money. The staff are very friendly,and their attention to our every day andnight need was amazing.”—TripAdvisorMember, Athens, GreeceWynn Las Vegas, 3131 Las Vegas Blvd. S.,702 770 7100“I’m one of those guests not easy tosatisfy, but the Bellagio exceeded myhigh expectations. The hotel is gorgeous.The lobby is beautiful, full of marble. Theroom was beautiful and large: two verycomfortable queen size beds and a stunning,big marble bathroom.”—TripAdvisorMember, Milan, ItalyBellagio, 3600 Las Vegas Blvd. S.,702 693 7111“My husband and I just returned from a tripto Vegas for our first anniversary; we stayedat the Signature MGM. It was so fabulous,we’ll never stay anywhere else in Vegas!”—TripAdvisor Member, Truckee, Calif.Signature at MGM Grand, 145 E. HarmonAve., 702 797 6000“Service with a smile”BUDGET“The Orleans Hotel & Casino is exactlywhat everyone says it is. A great hotelat a great price.”—TripAdvisor Member,Manchester, N.H.Orleans Hotel & Casino, 4500 W. TropicanaAve., 702 365 7111“Clean, crisp, sunny and well-maintained,the Suncoast Hotel & Casino is not onor near the Strip. It’s a good 7-10 milesfrom it, but that’s part of the appeal. Highlyrecommended.”—TripAdvisor Member,Richmond, Va.Suncoast Hotel & Casino, 9090 Alta Dr.,702 636 7111LUXURYBill’s Gamblin’ Hall & Saloon is“absolutely fantastic!” Location in the centerof strip, rooms spacious and clean. Servicewith a smile, and the place has a nicecharacter.”—TripAdvisor Member, Wigan,U.K.Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall & Saloon, 3595 LasVegas Blvd. S., 702 737 2100“.an over-the-top,only-in-Vegas feel.”“The Mandarin Oriental really is anoasis right in the middle of the strip. It haseverything you could expect from a 5-starresort and then some. The staff werefantastic and the rooms were amazing!”—TripAdvisor Member, Sydney, AustraliaMandarin Oriental, 3752 Las Vegas Blvd. S.,702 590 8888“I wanted something with an over-the-top,only-in-Vegas feel. And that’s what theVenetian provided, and with excellentservice to boot!”—TripAdvisor Member,Silver Spring, Md.Venetian Resort Hotel and Casino, 3355 LasVegas Blvd. S., 702 414 1000Call an Expedia Travel Specialist now 877 633 3716Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas, asophisticated non-gaming hotel, is “the best.There was no noise in the hallways, none inthe room. The room and the public spacesof the hotel are immaculate.”—TripAdvisorMember, Murrieta, Calif.Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas, 3960 LasVegas Blvd. S., 702 632 5000tripadvisor.com7

WheretoSTAYHIDDEN GEMS“The Element concept is terrific: peaceful,clean, healthy, green. It’s the anti-Vegas LasVegas hotel. Great sink and showerheadwith no little plastic bottles to end upin a landfill. The free breakfast was justright—warm breakfast sandwiches, minifruit smoothies and pastries.”—TripAdvisorMember, Phoenix, Ariz.Element Las Vegas Summerlin, 10555Discovery Dr., 702 589 2000“The SkyLofts isn’t a hotel, it’s anexperience. You ride in the Maybach orstretch limo to the hotel, go through theexclusive sky lobby to a set of privateelevators. I’m not an elitist, but it feels sosatisfying going though the private loungewhen everyone else is so squished.”—TripAdvisor MemberSkylofts at MGM Grand, 3799 Las VegasBlvd., 702 797 6000“My buddies and I found out that youdon’t have to stay on the strip to enjoyLas Vegas. We happened to find the greatcondominium-style Sonoran Suites.Staying just off the strip will save you money.We lucked out with this one.”—TripAdvisorMember, Glendale, Ariz.Sonoran Suites of Las Vegas, 5353 W.Desert Inn Road, 480 607 6665“It’s the anti-Vegas LasVegas hotel.”AboutTRIPADVISORTripAdvisor is the largest travel community in the world with more than 50 million monthly visitors and featuring more than 60 million reviewsand opinions of 930,000 hotels, vacation rentals and attractions. is the most trusted source for travel recommendations aboutwhere to go, where to stay and how to play for 100,000 destinations around the world. also provides easy access to the majoronline travel sites to make booking your next vacation, your best vacation, easier than ever.Edited/compiled by Kristyn Lak Miller, Michelle Schwartz and Kris HortonThis brochure and its contents are copyright 2012, TripAdvisor, Inc., all rights reserved. TRIPADVISOR, the owl logo and all other marks displayed herein are registered and/orcommon law trademarks of TripAdvisor and/or third parties. Representations made in this brochure are current as of its publication date. This brochure contains reviews, comments,photographs and other content regarding destinations, accommodations, airlines and other travel products and services submitted by users of Reviews and ratingsrepresent the opinions of such users. TripAdvisor does not sponsor or endorse any user content and therefore is not liable for any statements, representations or other informationcontained in such user content.Further, reference to any products, services, processes or other information of any third party does not constitute or imply endorsement, sponsorship or recommendation of oraffiliation with, such third party by TripAdvisor. Such third parties are owned and operated by independent retailers or service providers, and TripAdvisor cannot ensure that youwill be satisfied with their products, services, business practices or provided information. TripAdvisor recommends that you pursue any and all investigation you feel necessary orappropriate before transacting with any third party.Call an Expedia Travel Specialist now 877 633 8

Tower in the Paris Las Vegas hotel when the water show started across the street. What a treat, a perfect aerial view of the entire show above the skyline of Las Vegas."—TripAdvisor Member, New York, N.Y. Eiffel Tower Experience, Paris Las Vegas, 3655 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 702 946 7000 Fountains at Bellagio, 3600 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 702 693 7111