Are you planning a trip to Las Vegas aka Sin City?
Whether you are planning a girls trip, family vacation, or a quick weekend getaway Mommy Travels can help you out with our Las Vegas Guide.
Not only have we vacationed extensively in Las Vegas, but we also lived there for years. Our Las Vegas Guide will help you determine where to stay, where to eat, what to wear, where to party, and what to go see while you are in Vegas.
And don’t let the publish date on this article fool you. I constantly update this!
With so many places to eat in Las Vegas, it can be difficult deciding where to eat and drink in Las Vegas. Here are some that I think stand out and why.
If you are seeking out places to eat that are Instagram worthy, we’ve found 19 Instagram Worthy restaurants in Las Vegas!
Lunch or Dinner
Best Thai food in Las Vegas – Seriously good and James Beard award-winning
Where to Play in Vegas
There are so many fun things to do in Las Vegas, ranging from free to extremely expensive. The good news though is that you can find anything within your budget.
Bellagio Conservatory – Always changing and always free, the conservatory is always decked out in flowers.
High Roller Sky Wheel – The tallest observation wheel in the world, peaking at 550 feet, the High Roller offers views of the Strip and the surrounding desert valley.
Mandara Spa at Planet Hollywood (day spa)
Lied Discovery Children’s Museum is an interactive, hands-on museum for children of all ages. Located only minutes from downtown Las Vegas, Lied Discovery Museum features educational exhibits centering around the environment and culture. Exhibits and pricing are prone to change.
Tivoli Playground – An outdoor shopping center with a covered playground for kids. Plus, there is a splash pad and a sandbox.
Shark Reef – Mandalay Bay has an awesome aquarium with all kinds of fish and sharks. It even has touch pools.
Springs Preserve – Springs Preserve is a unique destination tailor-fit for Las Vegas. Located only 10 minutes from the strip, Springs Preserve’s focal point is on environmental conservation. Exhibits on desert habitats and ecosystems are presented in a fresh and fun way that can be enjoyed by the entire family. The trails and outside exhibits are free, but there is an entrance fee of around $15 for all indoor activities. Concerts and special events are often incorporated into their calendar, along with occasional rate specials.
Let’s face it, you are probably in Las Vegas to party.
Chandelier Bar at the Cosmopolitan
Where to Stay in Vegas
You will have a good time no matter where you stay, but here’s a look at many of the hotels we’ve stayed at. These photos and reviews should give you a solid idea of where you will want to stay.
Las Vegas Shows
Las Vegas Tips
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Have you been to Vegas? Where did you stay? Do you have a show to recommend or a restaurant? Leave a comment below!