Hotels Las Vegas
Las Vegas Hotels: The Cromwell
Las Vegas hotels run the gamut from inexpensive chain hotels on the outskirts of town to classic Las Vegas hotels on Fremont Street, to the monolithic themed hotels of the Las Vegas Strip. Where you should stay depends on the type of Las Vegas experience you seek, and how much you are willing to pay.
If you want unlimited access to the myriad shows being performed on the strip and expense is not a factor, any of the strip hotels are a good option—especially if luxury is the name of the game. More affordable accommodations with such access can be found just a few blocks off the Strip.
Those who want to embrace the classic, old western style of Sin City would be best to hit up one of the downtown hotels in Las Vegas, where they will be right in the middle of the neon-laden Fremont Street Experience. During the nighttime, they can walk under the promenade and take in the lights, the shops, and restaurants' musical shows.
Visitors to Las Vegas who want to explore the natural beauty of the desert in addition to experiencing the gaming action of Vegas would do well to investigate places off the strip, such as Red Rock Casino or another resort closer to Lake Mead, Hoover Dam, and Red Rock Canyon. Visit Exploring Las Vegas to find the right hotel, right price and right location for your budget.
Overall, Las Vegas knows that it is a tourist town, and caters to tourists' needs. Whatever it is that you require for your stay Las Vegas can supply. Long term visitors can find timeshare type residences, visitors who want no frills can find basic and economical rooms, and those seeking to live it up have many choices as well. Whatever the reason for your vacation, the perfect place to stay exists in Las Vegas.