The Strip Travel Guide
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
This terrace pool and lounge in the Strip’s Aria Hotel and Casino Center is part of the Light Group network of Las Vegas destinations and has a 1,200 square-foot pool surrounded by chaise lounges and daybeds.
Open during peak pool hours (9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.), this outdoor bar specializes in creative cocktails made with fresh juices and homemade mixes.
Chocolate hazelnut bombes, crème brulee gelato, chocolate truffles, tropical fruit crepes: pastry chef Jean Philippe Maury’s creative menu has patrons lining up at all hours of the day.
Get a serious look at the history of the Nevada test site, along with an exhaustive collection of memorabilia from the era when atomic testing was an aboveground spectator sport in Las Vegas (a 1950’s postcard of the Pioneer Club with a mushroom cloud be
Le Rêve, presented at the Wynn Las Vegas, is a mesmerizing, water-inspired creation from Franco Dragone, the man behind such popular Cirque du Soleil shows as Alegria and La Nouba.
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.
Just yards away from the Strip, Parasol Down patrons sip handcrafted cocktails beside the secluded Lake of Dreams, fed by a huge waterfall and filled with partially submerged statues of lithe female figures.