Las vegas Top Things to See & Do

Venetian Las Vegas Hotel

The Venetian Las Vegas is a luxury hotel and casino resort located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada.

The Venetian Resort Las Vegas features all-suite accommodations (With the addition of The Palazzo to The Venetian, have more than7,000 suites, making this “under one roof” space the largest hotel in the world).

Exquisite restaurants (The Venetian and The Palazzo host more than 40 restaurants), celebrity chefs, world-class entertainment, nightlife, and shopping spa, a five-acre pool and garden deck, The Aquatic Club, TAO Nightclub, Grand Canal Shoppes, and a 120,000-square-foot casino and poker room (The Venetian Las Vegas has one of the largest casinos in Las Vegas) complete the all-encompassing resort experience.

The Grand Canal

The entire canal holds 843,000 gallons. The inside holds 273,000, and the outside 570,000. It would take you 65 days to fill it with a garden hose, and Over 500,000 guests ride the gondolas at the Grand Canal every year.

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The Strip Las Vegas 

The Las Vegas Strip ( is the central artery of Sin City from the Stratosphere to the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign With neon signs along an 7 km, The Strip is the brightest place on Earth when looked at from outer space.) is a stretch of South Las Vegas Boulevard.

The Las Vegas Strip is the most recognizable street in Las Vegas, that is known for its concentration of resort hotels and casinos ( 18 of the world’s biggest hotels are located right on the strip) the Strip exudes power, fascination, excitement, and 29 amazing casinos with names like Bellagio, Caesars Palace, Mirage, Aria, and Venetian.

Not everyone who comes to Las Vegas wants to gamble, and there are plenty of shopping options, starting with the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, the Shoppes at the Palazzo, Fashion Show Mall next to Treasure Island, Grand Canal Shoppes inside the Venetian.

Interesting facts about the strip

Las Vegas is home to one of the largest Mormon populations in the world.

In the mid-1970s Las Vegas had about 35,000 rooms, but at the last count there were almost 148,700 hotel rooms in Las Vegas ( It would take 290 years  and $18 million  for one person to spend one night in every hotel room in Las Vegas.) The average nightly room rate was $120.

The bronze lion outside of the MGM Grand Hotel weighs 49 tons.

Howard Hughes stayed at the Desert Inn for so long that he was asked to leave. Not quite ready to vacate his room at that point, he purchased the entire hotel.

In some Asian cultures, the number 4 is thought be bad luck. For that reason, some hotels in Vegas have no floors that start with the number 4. prostitution in Las Vegas is not legal.

Stratosphere Las Vegas which is the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States. It also houses a hotel and a casino, north of the Las Vegas Strip, It is 350.2 m tall.

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