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Fun and gratification shouldn't be restricted, and the city of Las Vegas ensures that by keeping all its offerings accessible to all. The hotels do not disappoint in keeping its premises and rooms wheelchair-compliant. Casinos have ramps and walkways for a smooth entry and can accommodate wheelchairs when the need arises. Many even offer Braille and large-print bingo cards, and sign-language interpreters. Las Vegas Shows, an unmissable experience, offer hearing-impaired devices. To get around, all cab companies in the city have lift-equipped vans and you can even get wheelchair-compatible limousines and shuttles. Wide sidewalks line Las Vegas Boulevard and elevators located near the bridges can be used to access them.Handy tips:• Instead of getting your own wheelchair, you can rent one here• Head to Fremont Street to zipline on your wheelchair• Rent a wheelchair-accessible vehicle here Read More
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Fun and gratification shouldn't be restricted, and the city of Las Vegas ensures that by keeping all its offerings accessible to all. The hotels do not disappoint in keeping its premises and rooms wheelchair-compliant. Casinos have ramps and walkways for a smooth entry and can accommodate wheelchairs when the need arises. Many even offer Braille and large-print bingo cards, and sign-language interpreters. Las Vegas Shows, an unmissable experience, offer hearing-impaired devices. To get around, all cab companies in the city have lift-equipped vans and you can even get wheelchair-compatible limousines and shuttles. Wide sidewalks line Las Vegas Boulevard and elevators located near the bridges can be used to access them.Handy tips:• Instead of getting your own wheelchair, you can rent one here• Head to Fremont Street to zipline on your wheelchair• Rent a wheelchair-accessible vehicle here
The original "Sin City" is a common dream destination for all. We've all grown up watching and hearing so much about the casinos and nightlife in Vegas that whenever all of us have sufficiently deep pockets, the first thing we ever think of is going to Vegas, baby! So when we're on this long a vacation, we'd just roll the dice till it's sunrise!Places to visit: The legendary Bellagio casino for gambling away your kidneys and dining with the stars. The Las Vegas Strip for casinos, circus, food, and whatever else you're imagining right now.Recommended duration: A week at the maximum.Approximate expenditure (excluding flights): Rs. 1,30,000.For detailed information, refer to this trip.7. If not anywhere else, there's always Goa
The original "Sin City" is a common dream destination among all guy group of the world. We've all grown up watching and hearing so much about the casinos and nightlife in Vegas that whenever all of us have sufficiently deep pockets, the first thing we ever think of is going to Vegas, baby! Just roll the dice till it's sunrise!Must do while here: Get sloshed and go broke at the Bellagio casino. Visit the Las Vegas Strip and experience heaven on earth.Average cost per day per head (excluding flights): Rs. 12,000Best Hotels.Read more about Las Vegas.
This basically sums it up. Vegas was always on my list of places I needed to visit in the United States during my #BussingUSA trip. Yet I wasapprehensive about being in Las Vegas alone. There was just something about Sin City that made me think I needed to be there with someone to fully appreciate it – more than anywhere else on my trip. And although this is true in ways, it also doesn’t mean you ignore Vegas because you are travelling solo. Hell to the no! Here is how you can still get a lot out of Vegas with just yourself as company. Because Las Vegas alone is still VEGAS and is still a lot of fun. Trust me.Tours are the BEST
We started from New York in an early morning flight to Vegas. As soon as we reached La-guardia airport, the agenda for the next 3-4 hours was set. Eat a heavy breakfast, grab that seat on the flight and sleep your way to glory (NYC was hectic and sleeping was number 1 on priority as Vegas was expected to be even more hectic). An eggitarian breakfast at McDonald' with hash and corn and pancakes helped us set the pace of the day (i have never loved McDonald this much). As soon as we boarded the fight, all those dreams of sharing space with a handsome firangi were sacrificed in favor of a sound sleep.We landed in Vegas at around 11 am and boarded a cab to our hotel for the day- the Linq. The Linq boasts of having the highest roller coaster in the world (which we chose not to ride, thanks to the exorbitantly high rates); but staying in the hotel was an experience in itself. As soon as we touched the Vegas strip, the quiet and dry landscape of the desert was overtaken by the vibrance of casinos, crowd and music.After waiting in a LONG queue for check-in (people check in during all hours of the day and night and on all days), we manged to get a room with a view of the pool and the high roller. Best thing about Vegas was- whatever you do, no body bothers! You stand in a queue and check in, but the check out is online and absolutely hassle free. you drink, you gamble , you dance, you sleep, you do whatever. nobody cares and nobody interferes. This independence is addictive.First thing we did as soon as we reached our room was hogging on the ready to eats (which were carried all the way from India). Lunch was followed by -'We are in Vegas, lets get ready regime'- 4 girls, one room, the temptation to be at their best (one can imagine the mess; check the photographs to see a proof).After the hair and the makeup and the matching lip colors and the nail paints and few (not so few actually!) selfies here and there, we were all set to explore the sin city.As we were in the party hub, priority one for the afternoon was to find a happening place for the night. And well, such are the occasions when travelling in an all girls group is an advantage. We got free passes to 4 of the most sought after party places- including 'The Bank' which is a premier five diamond night club and is widely frequented by celebrities from all over. So, with that sorted, we were all set to explore the city.First stop for the evening was the 'Bellagio' conservatory and botanical garden (Bellagio is a famous casino and hotel and has featured in multiple blockbusters like 'Ocean's Eleven'), but we went there only to see the conservatory :P). The architecture of every hotel and casino in Vegas is theme based. Bellagio is inspired by a lake town in Bellagio, Italy. The 8 acre lake connecting the hotel to the strip gives the place that lake town feel and is popular for musical water fountains which run at designated time periodsWith live music and fountains and a never seen before crop of pretty flowers all around, the observatory looked heavenly. This is what I meant when I said that Vegas is much more than just being a gampling and partying place. Who would think of preserving nature at such a place. But the Mirage group (Bellagio's parent group), thought out of the box- which again is a common phenomenon in Vegas. After exploring the observatory, we stepped out to catch a glimpse of the fountains. The musically synchronized movement with a setting sun in the background makes it look DREAMLIKE (and this is the only word i have to describe those multiple experiences the city has to offer). By then, the fact that we were actually in Vegas had started seeping in. Back to being our normal selves, we realized that like normal human beings we also need to eat (we have been surviving only on ready to eat and snack bars after the early morning breakfast). With plenty options around to explore, it was another confusion to choose a place to eat our first meal in Vegas. Internet came to our rescue and we unanimously decided to explore one of the multiple fine dine restaurants at 'The Venetian'. Venetian is another five diamond luxury hotel and casino and is popular for its king size luxurious suites. Venetian's architecture is inspired by Venice, Italy and houses the replica of popular landmarks in Venice. Of those, the 'Rialto Bridge' over a lake offering gondola rides transports one to Venice. Such prettiness and the girls couldn't help clicking another round of photographs forgetting the real objective of coming to Venetian- FOOD. Only after everyone was individually satisfied with the quality of their pics (supposedly cover pic) with the lake and gondola in the background, we were set thinking on which one restaurant to choose from the 38 restaurants housed in Venetian. Aware of our constraints in terms of food (an all vegetarian gang); we decided to eat at the 'Grand Lux Cafe' which promises to offer global cuisines. As soon as we were done with food, 'Creme Brulee' was chosen as the dessert for the evening and.it.was-finger licking good.By the time we were done with food and stepped out, the night lights were on and the city of sin was transformed to city of lights (at least from the outset). With fountains in one corner, giant wheel in another, Venetian with its gondola ride in the center and the replicas of statue of liberty, Eiffel tower, Vegas brings it all in an area of 6 kms. Mesmerized by the lights and the beauty and the crowd and the happy faces, we wanted to just sit and soak in the magnanimity of the city, but an early morning flight and a hectic time in New York had left us fatigued. So the gang decided to head back to the hotel, rest for a while and then gear up for the party which we were much excited about. After much fun and frolic, by the time we approached our beds for the planned nap, it was already 9.00 pm. Alarms set for 10.00 pm and a decision to leave by 11.00 (as the free entry was valid only for early birds). Sadly, the urge to party was taken over by the urge to sleep and alarms felt to deaf ears. When we finally got up at 1.00 am, we decided against partying and slept off to catch off an early morning bus to the grand canyon.
PALMS CASINO RESORTWhat’s Palms doing here? Two words: Fantasy Suites. Think a suite with an indoor basketball court, an all-pink room for Barbie’s grown up fans, and an erotic suite for X-rated entertainment. Then there are restaurantsand bars, a cinema complex and concert venue, and a monstrous casino.Two Story Sky Villa: Your extended family can fit into this two-floor suite (if you’re a family that gambles together). Perks include your personal massage room, a glass-enclosed cantilevered pool, private terraces overlooking the The Strip, and round-the-clock butler service. US$20,000 upwards; palms.comBELLAGIO HOTEL AND CASINOThe Bellagio and its dancing fountains are of many movies, and we have it on good authority that this is where celebs come to lose their dollars. This hotel-forthe- rich has an art gallery, a conservatory, and botanical gardens. It’s also the house of O by Cirque Du Soleil.Presidential Suite: Sprawling over 4,075 square feet, this two-bedroom suite has its own conference room, indoor garden and fountain, and a solarium. Moreover, you enjoy VIP concierge service.
Vegas was built in the middle of the desert and founded with tourism in mind. The city built casinos, hotels, amusement parks, and most importantly, a reputation as the premier tourism destination for fans of gambling and nightlife—earning the moniker ‘Sin City’ in the process. Although Vegas has been another victim of the recession, the gambling capital of the US can still coast on its reputation as a popular destination both for fans of gaming and regular people. Las Vegas was the world’s premier gaming destination for much of the20th century (and still is in the eyes of many), but in terms of the amount of money running through its vaults, it’s been replaced by another city—Macau.