The Strip Travel Guide
While serenity and the Strip tend to be mutually exclusive, the two come together at the Wynn Las Vegas golf course, where the buzz of the boulevard is blocked by tall fences and lush forests.
Open since New Year’s Eve 2004, Pure is approaching icon status. The interiors of the bi-level club range from the stark white main room to the extravagant Red Room, with its own private bar and immense chandeliers.
Known worldwide for its strikingly lifelike wax figures, Madame Tussauds has grown into an international phenomenon in the 200 years since its namesake first learned the art of making wax duplicates.
Located in Showcase Mall on the Las Vegas Strip (and next to the MGM Grand), GameWorks offers fun for kids of all ages.
A behemoth development of hotels, residences, restaurants, stores, and casinos may seem an unlikely paragon of sustainability, but the year-old CityCenter is anything but conventional.
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
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.
A relaxing luxury pool at the Venetian turns into a hip nightclub as the sun goes down on the Vegas Strip. Columns light with fire as the DJ’s beat pulses around the glowing pool area.