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When it comes to sheer, unbridled, unashamed luxury in Las Vegas, there is only one destination worth thinking about: the Strip. This boulevard is all about excess, whether it’s in terms of casino gaming, A-list entertainment, or the kind of luxury hotels which will make you feel pampered from the moment you check in. There are countless luxury pads along the whole of the Strip, so the only tricky part is selecting one which suits your tastes.

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TI – Treasure Island Hotel and Casino features appropriately opulent guestrooms and a wide range of larger suites for those really looking to indulge themselves. Or perhaps you’d care for a taste of Italy? That’s what awaits at the Venetian Resort Hotel & Casino, which lives up to its name with a hyperreal recreation of Venice’s Grand Canal, complete with gondola rides and boutique shopping. Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino offers a dose of silver screen glamor, along with a renowned poker room, and sun-dappled swimming pools overlooking the Strip.

Where to find the best fine dining in Las Vegas

The Strip has firmly established itself as one of the most impressive fine dining destinations in the United States. Iconic, celebrity chefs have brought their iconic talents to the casino-hotels, opening restaurants which serve innovative cuisine putting bold new spins on European and Asian tradition. You can sample exquisite crab dim sum in dusky, sultry surroundings, or delicate truffle ravioli in regal, palazzo-like dining rooms. Just as impressive are the cocktail bars where you can sample glaciar-like martinis and barrel-aged whiskey concoctions.

The most unique things to do in Las Vegas

When in Vegas, the extravagant live shows are a must. Where else can you be part of a question and answer session with a Hollywood legend one night, and watching the pyrotechnics of a fantasy-filled magic show the next? Then there’s the SkyJump at Stratosphere Tower. It isn’t cheap, but thrill-seekers will find the adrenaline-charged plunge over the Vegas landscape to be worth every penny. A more relaxing way of taking in the view is by hot air balloon ride. Imagine drifting over the lights of the Strip, and the desert landscape beyond the city limits. Or you can take the Eiffel Tower Experience at Paris Las Vegas – this replica of the original tower offers the most romantic way to take in the twinkling cityscape. Golf aficionados will also want to show off their swing at one of the championship courses nearby.

Best ways to get around Las Vegas

Getting around the Strip can be exhausting on hot days, but the Las Vegas Monorail offers a respite from the heat. The sleek, air-conditioned carriages make for the most comfortable way to get between some of the major landmarks on the Strip, and depending on where you’re going, it’s well worth the ticket price. It’s also worth bearing in mind that taxis are plentiful outside most of the hotels, whatever time of day or night you need to get out and about.

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