The Strip

The Strip Travel Guide

Situated just off the Strip, this aquarium is home to more than 2,000 animals, including 100 sharks, piranhas, rare golden crocodiles, and a 300-pound endangered sea turtle.

The only nightlife venue with a good kitchen that’s open nearly all night (food is served until 4 a.m.), this bamboo birdcage-bedecked space features former Nobu chef Joseph Elevado, who cranks out mini-Kobe burgers and shrimp and pork lump

The atrium inside Bellagio Hotel and Casino transforms five times per year from one over-the-top botanical display to another.

Blush Boutique, the centerpiece of the Wynn Las Vegas’s nightclub offerings, refers to itself as a “boutique nightclub,” a term intended to illustrate the venue’s efforts to combine the sophistication of a high-end lounge with the trappings of a vibrant nightclub.

After shopping at Kenneth Cole and Bebe or floating down the Venetian’s Grand Canal in a gondola, unwind with a drink at the Very Venice Bar.

Leaving the buzz of the Strip behind, visitors to the Planet Hollywood Spa by Mandara discover an exotic space adorned with terra cotta hues, pointed dome-shaped doorways, geometric tiled floors, and lush palm trees.

The Luxor's new addition that evokes a Parisian speakeasy.

This giant, 160-shop mall resembles an ancient Roman city, with columns and arches, piazzas and fountains, and faux-outdoor cafés beneath cloud-painted ceiling skies (the lighting even changes with the time of day to mirror the real world).

On the south end of the Strip near the MGM Grand and Monte Carlo, this multi-level complex leans more heavily toward entertainment than shopping, but it does feature a few noteworthy retailers, namely Adidas's dual-level Performance Center, World of Coca-Cola, and M&M’s World, which carries t

Casino magnate Steve Wynn and nightclub entrepreneur Sean Christie partnered to create this indoor/outdoor club on the Strip. Inside, the 5,000 square-foot Surrender nightclub has a Roger Thomas design and a glass DJ booth.