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Family friendly travelling in Las Vegas

Most popular areas in Las Vegas for family-friendly hotels

Las Vegas may have a reputation as a place for party animals and high-stakes game-players, but it’s a top destination for families, too. That’s why so many of the big hotels on the famous Strip are perfect for visitors of all ages, boasting swimming pools for kids and teens to splash about in, colorful live shows, and restaurants to suit the fussiest of palates. There are also family-friendly hotels to be found on the streets parallel to the strip, and in the downtown Vegas area.

Top family-friendly hotels in Las Vegas

As the name suggests, Circus Circus Hotel, Casino & Theme Park is far more than somewhere to simply lay your head. Families will love the indoor Adventuredome amusement park, as well as the lively circus performances which are completely free to watch. TI – Treasure Island Hotel and Casino has spacious guestrooms fit for families, as well as all-singing, all-dancing shows, and a heated outdoor pool with cabanas. Luxor Hotel and Casino, set within a vast Egyptian-style pyramid which will excite youngsters and grown-ups alike, boasts family-friendly eateries and on-site entertainment for all ages.

Where to find the best restaurants in Las Vegas

Whether your tastes run to coq au vin and pan-fried scallops, or juicy burgers and oozing cheesy pizzas, the Strip is the place to be for eating out in style. There are fancy restaurants for couples and families with older kids, as well as a plethora of lively, buzzing, reassuringly casual joints where younger kids can yell their enthusiasm without upsetting fellow diners. The all-you-can-eat buffets are the ideal choice for fussy eaters, while over in the downtown Vegas area you’ll find yet more family-friendly dining spots to choose from.

The most popular things to do in Las Vegas

Whether you’re into Vegas history or just like looking at really cool stuff, the Neon Museum is a must-see for families visiting the city. The guided tours will take you past vast, flamboyantly kitsch signs that evoke the glamor of old Vegas. If you’re here with younger offspring, try the Discovery Children’s Museum, where interactive exhibits and immersive play areas will excite and educate young minds. Over at the Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay, you’ll come face to face with fierce and majestic creatures from the deep – you’ll even be able to pet sharks at the Touch Pool. For more animal magic, visit Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at the Mirage, home to white tigers, white lions, and friendly bottlenose dolphins.

Best ways to get around Las Vegas

Shepherding a family around the crowded streets of Las Vegas can be tricky, but luckily the city has excellent public transport facilities. The famous Deuce service lets you take double-decker buses throughout the Strip, right onto the downtown area. It’s a cheap and convenient way of getting around, while the various monorails and tramways can also whisk you between the various big casino-hotels. Need to get out to the surrounding desert landscapes? Book a taxi or hire your own car for real freedom.

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