The Strip (Las Vegas, USA) Reviews
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Newest Review: ... also stood out on the strip because of the huge Eifel Tower it had buit at it's enterance. Amazing to see. The water dance at the Bellagio was worth seeing also. In the evening, there was a water show for the public to see every half an hour (and i think every hour during the day). The water moved to the music - truly beautiful. This was free. Almost every hotel had a casino in Vegas, ... more
Customer The Strip (Las Vegas, USA) Reviews (2)
by - written on 25/03/10 (Very useful, 12 readings)
I have only once visited las Vegas, so I do realise that there is a lot more to do and see!! I'l give my verdict on my experience. Walking the Strip was an experience in itself. I have never seen such amazing hotels. They are huge. There was one mile of shopping in one hotel!! The hotels are all themed e.g. Vanecian, you felt that you were in Venice. The inside of the hotel had a blue sky and clouds painted on the ceiling. It was so realistic with the lighting that you felt you were outside. They have paid so much attention to detail in these hotels. Outside the hotel there was a man made stream and gondolas. You could pay to go for an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/06 (Very useful, 65 readings)
The Strip is an experience you can never forget! Where else can you go to visit Egypt, New York, the Tropics, Rome/Greece, Hollywood, see wild tigers, Flamingos etc ? This is the street of lights, excitement, gambling like you've never seen before! The Hotels on the Strip have to compete with each other, to attract their visitors and try and keep them interested enough to stay and gamble in their Casinos, so alot of competition here, which is good news for the tourist! From its first hotel - Hotel Nevada - in 1906 -Then Bugsy Siegel's Flamingo Hotel (which some argue that it was not him who started this), and his Mob, opened in 1946 . The Rat Pack were ... Read the complete review
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