Hotels in Las Vegas
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Only in Las Vegas can you roll the dice, get hitched, indulge in top-notch spa treatments, dine at world-class restaurants, laugh out-loud at your favorite comics, and sing along to your favorite music icons. Win big at one of your favorite casinos, and then be stunned by mind-bending magic acts and world famous shows like Penn & Teller, The Blue Man Group®, and Cirque du Soleil. This is the town where glitz, glamour and the game of luck collide. You’ve got to go all-in on good times when visiting Las Vegas.
Las Vegas Shows & Adventure
Walk the strip and find endless live entertainment and attractions like no other place on the planet. With more than 100 casinos and countless world-class shows and exhibits, Las Vegas offers 24-hour fun. Have a laugh with resident comics like Carrot Top and Matt King. Take in one of New York’s famous off-Broadway shows, or rock out to some of the best tribute acts covering it all from The Rat Pack and Elvis to Michael Jackson and Prince. Check out “Bodies, The Exhibition” or solve a crime as part of CSI: The Experience®.
Seeking even more thrills? Ride the High Roller Ferris wheel at 550-feet. Get a rush on The Big Apple Coaster at the New York, New York hotel, or jet to the top of the Stratosphere with a 1,149-foot observation tower for stunning views of the strip and the city’s surrounding Valley and mountains.
The Las Vegas Strip
When walking the strip, try to catch the famous Bellagio Fountains as they shoot 500-feet in the air to synchronized music. While in this area, check out the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art or the beautifully manicured Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens.
Shopping in Las Vegas
For those with the urge to splurge, stroll to the Fashion Show Mall, The Forum Shops at Caesar's, Galleria at Sunset, Miracle Mile Shops, and Las Vegas Town Square to satisfy all of your shopping desires.
Curb your appetite for late night eats, or get the day started while dining at world-class restaurants. Sample creations of celebrity chefs like Mario Batali, Joël Robuchon, Gordon Ramsay and Tom Colicchio.
Need some rest and relaxation after a long day of sightseeing and exploring? Las Vegas offers rejuvenation seekers top-notch spa experiences throughout the city. Golfers can enjoy some time on the green with more than 20 clubs in the Vegas area and gorgeous mountain views. Family Things To Do
Despite its “Sin City” nickname there’s plenty of family fun to be had in this desert town. Bring the kids to the Discovery Children’s Museum, Madame Tussauds Wax Museum®, The Adventuredome™ Theme Park, or the Southern Nevada Zoological Botanical Park. Escape at Siegfried and Roy's Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat. Drive a NASKART Stock Car at the All-American Sportpark and be sure to check out the local thrill rides at X-Scream at the Stratosphere, or earn your wings at Vegas Indoor Skydiving.
Venture outside city limits for more sightseeing, hiking and outdoor exploration of this historical area.
Old Las Vegas
Visit the Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort, home to the area's first non-native settlers, the Mormon Missionaries. For another kind of history lesson, visit the Mob Museum and learn about inner workings of organized crime in the U.S. Watch the incredible light show at the Freemont Street Experience, or bring the family to Las Vegas Natural History Museum featuring dinosaurs, marine life, and wild animals at the African savanna and rainforest. Shop and grab a bite to eat at nearby Downtown Container Park.
Traveling by car? Drive across the must-see Hoover Dam Bypass, sitting 840-feet above the Colorado River connecting travelers from Arizona to Las Vegas. Make a stop at the Boulder City Hoover Dam Museum with photographs, artifacts & personal accounts of the dam’s construction.
Lake Mead & Red Rock Canyon
Just minutes from the city, outdoor enthusiasts will love hiking and boating at the Lake Mead National Recreation Area and Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. Well known for the incredible red rock wall, Keystone Thrust is a top place to visit in Red Rock Canyon Park. While in the park, stop by the historic 520-acre Spring Mountain Ranch State Park with re-enactments and demonstrations of pioneering skills, and breath-taking views of Sandstone Canyon.
Whether it's exploring the Las Vegas Strip, the nearby scenery, or the hundreds of unique museums and attractions, Las Vegas has entertainment for everyone. Easy access to the most alluring sites, world-class restaurants, and breathtaking natural beauty is what you deserve on your next trip to Sin City. Let the fun begin at one of our Best Western Las Vegas hotels.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Are hotels in Las Vegas Pet Friendly?
A. With more than 1,600 pet-friendly hotels across the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean, you and your pet will be sure to find a comfortable home away from home. Please review the specific pet policy for each hotel in Las Vegas.
Q. Do hotels in Las Vegas offer free Breakfast?
A. Depending on local health and government rules and regulations, our breakfast offerings may be one of several options. Where permissible, many of our full-service hotels will once again be able to deliver a more traditional form of breakfast service.
Q. Do hotels in Las Vegas offer free Wi-Fi?
A. Yes, most Best Western hotels in Las Vegas include free Wi-Fi.
Q. Do hotels in Las Vegas have a pool?
A. Many hotels near Las Vegas may offer either an indoor or outdoor pool. Hot tubs may also be available. Please review the individual hotel amenities for details.