“What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.”
Has there ever been a better slogan for a city’s marketing campaign? For the world’s biggest adult playground, this phrase says it all. Come to Las Vegas and do things you would never do at home (or around certain family members or friends).
It’s nice to see Sin City getting back to its roots. After the misguided attempt to make Las Vegas family-friendly, the powers that be finally realized that kids didn’t fit in too well with gambling, strippers and loads of alcohol. Thank you.
Other trends have also transformed Vegas, from the explosion of high-end restaurants to the literal explosion of old hotels. The building boom has continued, and now it’s extending to luxury condos as well, though the mortgage crisis has slowed things down quite a bit. Real estate values in Vegas are falling fast from their previous highs.
While Vegas has gotten back to its partying roots, some of the old school charm has disappeared. With consolidation all the rage, the casino operations have become very corporate. It always helps to know people, but that got you much more 10 years ago. That said, if you’re throwing around some cash, you will be taken care of, whether you’re in the casino or your favorite strip club.
The best thing about Vegas is that there’s something for everyone, regardless of your tastes or your budget. Our guide will help you find the casinos, bars and restaurants that fit your plans, and we’ll point you to other useful web sites as well. If you have any feedback, please contact us with your suggestions. Enjoy.
April 9, 2013
MGM Resorts invited us out to Las Vegas to learn more about living the M life and take part in the ultimate VIP experience
April 24, 2012
During our latest trip to Sin City, we experienced the thrill of shooting fully-automatic weapons at Machine Guns Vegas.
April 12, 2012
We traveled to Vegas to cover the Michael Jordan Celebrity Invitational and enjoyed a luxury weekend at Aria Resort & Casino.
Bullz-Eye traveled out to Las Vegas and partied at the Aria as we covered the Michael Jordan Celebrity Invitational golf tournament at Shadow Creek.
Tipping your dealer won't make you a big winner on your next trip to Sin City, but it will make your time at the tables as enjoyable as possible. Learn how and when to tip your dealer.
Quick Web Guide
Here are a couple of sites that can help you get started. Check out the sections of our Vegas City Guide for more web site resources.
Vegas VIP is Las Vegas’s premiere bachelor and bachelorette party planning service. They provide VIP access with table and bottle service to Vegas’ hottest nighclubs, strip clubs, limo transportation, dining reservations, hotel accommodations, show tickets and more. Vegas VIP will plan your group’s itinerary and provide a local VIP host from our company to take you out and make sure you don’t wait in long lines. They make sure that your group gets the best tables in the nightclub. Do Vegas right, leave the planning up to them, and the partying up to you!
Jack has a great blog and tons of nightclub reviews. Read his stuff and you'll learn the ins and outs of Vegas. Where to go on which night and who to talk to if you want to get bottle service.
High Roller Lifestyle - Las Vegas
This site gives you tips on how to live like a high roller, and how to do it in Las Vegas.
Great site with tons of info.
Check out this site for great deal on flights and more for your Vegas trip.
There are tons of great web sites for booking your flight or hotel reservations, but Vegas.com is all Vegas, so it’s a great resource for booking your trip. The hotel deals are usually very good.
Visit Las Vegas
Official Las Vegas Tourism web site.
Wikipedia - Las Vegas
Read about the sordid (but fun!) history of this uniquely American city.