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Things YOU need to know before you travel to Las Vegas Nevada. Las Vegas is Big, so is the Strip. Things are much further away than they seem from looking on a map. it will take you at least a 15-30 minute walk to get to a different hotel than your own. The Las Vegas strip is 4 miles. Find the shortcuts between hotels (Bally’s to Paris). Bring Comfortable Footwear. Leave the 4 inch heels at home, or have a second pair. Use the free trams (Luxor to Excalibur) (Monte Carlo to Bellagio). The monorail is pretty convenient too. Don’t try to hail Taxis on the strip, they won’t stop, it’s illegal. Go to a hotel taxi stand to get a taxi, be prepared to wait in line. And traffic at 6pm is awful 2. Downtown Las Vegas Is really far. $30 cab ride But the Freemont Street Experience is cool And it’s neat to see “old” vegas People say the best slot machine odds are downtown (worst at the airport) 3. Hotels Don’t pick the cheapest hotels… You’ll regret that $25/night rate. If you want to be in the “middle” stay around Caesars Palace Resort fees… ugh! Many strip hotels are charging for parking, loyalty program might get it for free If you like “peace and quiet” pick a non-casino hotel. I usually stay at Marriott properties a block or two off the strip, no resort or parking fees. 4. Gambling Learn the games, lots of free classes at Casinos Join the Player’s Clubs Lots of free perks Front of line, free parking, discounts on shows, food, etc 5. It’s the desert Drink plenty of water, it’s dry all the time Buy the water at a supermarket. Can be $6 a bottle at the casino In the summer its really hot! Wear suncreen In the winter it can be really cold and windy! Bring a jacket Nov-Feb. The casinos are always super cold… so bring a light jacket or sweater even in summer 6. When to go? When there isn’t a convention in town… check the convention calendars Mid-week and Christmas is also a slow time Vegas doesn’t close… ever it’s 24/7 7. Food Is awesome Do some research before you go -- there are lots of good restaurants, but they aren’t the obvious ones For example, Bouchon is hidden up some random elevator in the Venetian If there’s a famous restaurant somewhere else in the world that you’ve wanted to eat at, it might very well have a location in Vegas For Example HofBrauHaus from Munich Can be expensive But can be cheap. You can still find a T-bone steak for $4.95 Cheapest is usually downtown Chinatown has good eats too Breakfast is available 24/7 7.1. Buffets are great, But just once a day Twice a day is overdoing it! The time at the end of lunch right before dinner is the best deal IF you time it perfectly with the line But the lines can be LONG, think hours, 1, 2, 3 hours even. Eat dinner at 5pm or 8:30pm to avoid the rush. 7.2. You can drink alcohol anywhere Leaving a hotel? Ask for a to-go cup and drink on the sidewalk 8. ATMs are super expensive Standard Vegas ATM fee is like $6 Bring Cash Bank ATMS are hard to find 9. Smoking Seems to be allowed everywhere larger megaresorts have higher ceilings and good filtration systems, but the smaller, older casinos can get quite smoky. 10. Tipping Everybody wants a tip in Vegas 15-20% for restaurants Costumed people on the streets want money for photos CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/yellowwsub WATCH ALL of my LAS VEGAS videos in one Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOVadUHX1B-JzE5fiVleugu6HTYLsr2sk Or you might enjoy watching some of these other videos from Las Vegas: Best Free Show in Las Vegas: https://youtu.be/DdkInoCP_vQ Best Cheap Eats in Vegas: https://youtu.be/m_wk3tWZTHs Marriott's Grand Chateau Las Vegas Review: https://youtu.be/QW4txjeB3DI Yellow Productions on social media: FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/YellowProductionsTravel INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/yellowwproductions/ TWITTER: ChrisRaney GOOGLE+: https://google.com/+yellowwproductions Check out my blog at: http://yelloww.net
The great thing about Vegas is that it’s always changing.. There’s always something being torn down to make way for something new.. That’s why Vegas as a travel destination never gets old! In this video I’m going to tell you what’s new on the Las Vegas Strip for your visit in 2019! I’ll tell you about the newest openings in hotels, rides, restaurants, shopping, entertainment, and some stuff coming soon that isn’t open yet! New Hotels Park MGM Formerly the Monte Carlo, in between the New York New York, and City Center complex. T-Mobile Arena, Park Theater, and the “Park” which is between NYNY and Park MGM. Mandarin Oriental rebranded the Waldorf Astoria Flamingo’s New Bunk Bed Suites The Flamingo is adding about 10 Bunk Bed Suites. Each room has queen beds with an elevated single bunk-bed loft above it. There's even a bunk bed suite with almost 1,000 square-feet of living space. They will be available starting February 1 Resort Fees and Parking Ugh -- nearly every hotel is charging some sort of resort fee, and parking. Notable free parking exceptions on the strip are Planet Hollywood and the Venetian Palazzo -- yes, they still charge a resort fee. New Rides Fly LINQ The only Zip Line on the strip 1,000 feet through the open-air LINQ Promenade 10 riders at a time, seated, or lying down. It flys over the LINQ Promenade -- an open air shopping mall that opened in 2013. Which if you haven’t been to Vegas since then, is definitely worth a visit. The Strip’s first In-N-Out Burger is in here… and there’s the High Roller, the tallest observation wheel in the world (at 550 feet tall, it's taller than the London Eye). New Restaurants Eataly 40,000 square feet of restaurants, retail, and a supermarket! Gordon Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen Taking over the former Serendipity 3 restaurant in front of Caesars Palace: Block 16 Urban Food Hall The Cosmo has opened its new "food hall," foodie favorite transplants including Hattie B's Hot Chicken from Nashville, District Donuts from New Orleans, Pok Pok Wing from Portland and more. Taco Bell Cantina The one on the strip has been such a success, they will be opening another one downtown. What is it? It’s taco bell’s flag ship restaurant! It has a fancy look, a VIP Lounge, DJ Booth, Merchandise, and they sell alcohol! And yes… it’s open 24 hours! Las Vegas has joined the anti straw movement Want a straw at MGM & Caesars Hotels and Casinos? You’ll have to ask for one! New Shopping Wynn Shopping Plaza It juts out from the hotel to the sidewalk on The Strip/ On the tenant list are Saint Laurent Paris, Soulcycle, Stefano Ricci, Stella McCartney, Brietling, Omega, Louis Vuitton, and others. Though Urth cafe I think is the stand-out for reasonably priced pastries and coffee. Entertainment LADY GAGA Takes up Residence Starting in December 2018 with 74 shows over 2 years at the MGM Grand Britney Spears is Back! She used to be at the MGM Grand -- if you want to see her now, head over to the Park MGM! Cher is still here! At the Park MGM Coming Soon! Resorts World Las Vegas A new $7 billion, Asian-themed property called Resorts World Las Vegas is being planned for the North Strip on the site of the former Echelon/Stardust project, across the street from Wynn Las Vegas. Raiders Football The Raiders NFL team are moving from Oakland to Las Vegas for the 2020 season. Monorail Extension The Las Vegas Monorail will extend the line from MGM Grand to Mandalay Bay. CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/yellowwsub You might enjoy watching my video Review of the New Nomad Hotel at the Park MGM: https://youtu.be/CjLa-Vpz21c Or browse all my Las Vegas videos in this Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOVadUHX1B-JzE5fiVleugu6HTYLsr2sk Yellow Productions on Social Media: FACEBOOK: https://facebook.com/YellowProductionsTravel INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/yellowwproductions/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/chrisraney Check out my blog: http://yelloww.net My video gear: Sony FDR-AX53 4K Handycam: http://amzn.to/2hYePVc Sony ECMW1M Wireless Microphone: http://amzn.to/2gQKDGG GoPro Fusion 360 Camera: https://amzn.to/2NINKSz Pacsafe LS250 Anti-theft Shoulder Bag: http://amzn.to/2h0YCNt
The Lucky Dragon is an Asian inspired resort located near the northern end of the Las Vegas Strip. While it was expected to be a huge success, the resort only managed to stay open a little over a year before discontinuing operations. During this video, we are going to be discussing what caused this resort to fail. The Lucky Dragon is an Asian Inspired Resort located on the Northern Portion of the Las Vegas Strip. This resort was intended to cater mainly to Asian Gamblers. Everything about the resort was specifically designed to provide consumers with a truly authentic taste of Chinese Culture. Almost immediately after opening, the resort would struggle to bring in customers. The lack of customers would cause the Lucky Dragon's Casino Floor and Restaurant to discontinue operations only a year later. If you enjoy this type of videos be sure to let me know down in the comments below! Also, if you have any suggestions for future videos let me know! I will most likely end up making a video on it! If you enjoy Urbex/Urban Exploration Videos, or videos of people exploring abandoned places, be sure to subscribe down below! I film both exploring abandoned places videos, as well as these Urban Exploration Documentary Videos! Social Media ========================================= Twitter: @JonxhStahl https://twitter.com/jonxhstahl Instagram: @JonxhStahl https://www.instagram.com/jonxhstahl/ Snapchat: Okthenbro Business Email: JonahmStahl@gmail.com Music Used ========================================= It's a Small World (Creepy Piano) by Myuuji
The 19 best restaurants in Las Vegas that are cheap and delicious on the Las Vegas Strip. The Las Vegas Strip can be a tricky place eat as there is lots of overpriced tourist food, but you can also find my tasty restaurants that won't break your wallet if you know where to look. In this video I'll show you my favorite burgers, pizza, tacos, sandwiches, and of course deserts! EXPAND DESCRIPTION FOR TABLE OF CONTENTS. 1. In-N-Out Burger 2. Sprinkles Cupcakes 3. Shake Shack 4. Greenberg's Deli 5. Sirroco's Pizza 6. Bruxie 7. Boulevard Food Court 8. Jean Phillipe 9. Five 50 Pizza 10. Egg Slut 11. Secret Pizza 12. Earl of Sandwich 13. Pink's Hot Dogs 14. Paris Baguette 15. Fashion Show Mall Food Court 16. The Habit Burger Grill 17. Lukes Lobster 18. Tacos El Gordo 19. Peppermill CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/yellowwsub You might enjoy watching some of these other videos: Best Free Shows in Las Vegas: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdkInoCP_vQ Yellow Productions on social media: FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/YellowProductionsTravel INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/yellowwproductions/ TWITTER: ChrisRaney GOOGLE+: https://google.com/+yellowwproductions Check out my blog at: http://yelloww.net
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My top recommendations for the best hotels in Las Vegas. Vegas has a staggering array of hotel options. Which hotel should you pick? So many choices! New York, Paris, Venice, you can stay in all of these places on just one street in Las Vegas! Join me as I walk through the 5 most luxurious hotels in Las Vegas, with 5 more "honorable mentions" that are worth considering if you have the cash!
5. Four Seasons & Delano in Mandalay Bay
Four Seasons: A gaming-free sanctuary at the southernmost end of the Strip. Occupies floors 35-39 of Mandalay Bay, has its own lobby,restaurants—and pool.
Delano: In a separate tower adjacent to Mandalay Bay the Delano is good for travelers wanting a quiet retreat still near the Vegas hustle and bustle.
4. Caesars Palace
Located at the very center of the strip, Caesars Palace is classic Las Vegas that continually reinvents itself and remodels to stay fresh. The most “boutique” rooms are within the Nobu “hotel within a hotel”, of what was once the old Centurion tower.
Everybody knows the Bellagio because of the amazing fountain show. In addition to the fountain, it’s a great hotel too. It’s a “newish” hotel, but with an upscale classic vibe.
2. Wynn & Encore
About as far north on the strip as you want to stay, the Wynn & Encore hotels are best described as a floral paradise, with heavy use of red paint, red carpet, and red upholstery. If you like the color red, you’ll love the Wynn and the Encore.
Honorable Mention: Sky Suites at Aria
Honorable Mention: Cosmopolitan
Honorable Mention: Mandarin Oriental
Honorable Mention: Skylofts at MGM Grand
1. Venetian & Palazzo
Themed on Venice Italy, with canals, gondolas, and complete with St. Marks square. My favorite hotel in Las Vegas. The hotel complex is the 2nd largest in the world with 7,117 rooms. And the 2nd largest Casino in the world.. Only bested by the Venetian Macao. Palazzo is the tallest hotel in Las Vegas. With rooms starting at 650 square feet, the standard rooms at the Venetian are among the largest on the Strip -- Even the base-level rooms contain floor-to-ceiling windows, a king-size pillow-top bed dressed in Egyptian cotton sheets, and a bedroom that is partially separated from the sunken living room.
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