Las Vegas Sign (USA) Reviews
Newest Review: ... we asked concierge if we could walk it and how long it would take - 'no more than 10 minutes' was his response. It was more than 10 minutes - we walked for what felt like an age and every time we looked back, the Mandalay Bay hotel still looked just a stones throw away. Distances in Vegas are very deceiving - everything looks close but because the hotels are so big, the distance is actually quite large - the strip being more than 4 miles end to end. However, the sign is walkable - but depending on where you're walking from you may want to think about a bus/taxi as it was about 20 minutes from the Luxor. We visited the sign mid aftern... more
Customer Las Vegas Sign (USA) Reviews (3)
by - written on 02/05/12 (Very useful, 193 readings)
The Las Vegas sign is another must see attraction when visiting Las Vegas and is another thing you can do for free. It is in the middle of the road at the far South end of the strip and is very popular with visitors. It is located on a large strip of green with traffic flowing either side so ensure you use the pedestrian crossings! During our stay in Vegas, we did a LOT of walking, and our visit to the sign was no exception. We stayed at the Luxor which is at the South end of the strip and is the last but one hotel, so we thought we were quite close and within walking distance. On leaving our hotel, we asked concierge if we could walk it and how long it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/11/09, updated on 30/11/09 (Very useful, 9 readings)
I can remember the first time I ever saw this sign it was 14 years ago and I was really dissapointed with what I saw. I was shocked to see it was really in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip with nothing around it. There was really no way to get close to it to take any pictures. You could run across the street fearing being run down by a fast moving car to get a good picture. I never did get my picture taken next to the sign for fear of ruining a good time by being hit by a careless cab driver. As the years went by they really started to spend money on the strip. Hotels like Mandalay bay and the Luxor were built giving reason to make the strip pretty ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/09 (Very useful, 24 readings)
When in Vegas you have to see the sign. It is the one sight that you always see on the TV and in films and although it is just a sign it is a bit iconic I think. Vegas as you all probably know by now is so over the top in its glamour, its tackiness and it's just general amazingness and the sign really reflects this. Location The Vegas sign is not in the middle of the strip or anything like that but it is down the South of the Strip. To be honest we were driven to the sign and it did take a few minutes to get there so I am a bit unsure of if you could actually walk there. There are however car parking spaces right by the sign to welcome ... Read the complete review
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