Landmarks/ Points of Interest in The Strip

Top 10 Points of Interest & Landmarks in The Strip (Las Vegas)

Points of Interest & Landmarks in The Strip

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  • Esha617
    Boston, MA5 contributions
    The strip is amazing. Be prepared to walk a lot and make sure you have on the proper walking shoes. A must do.
    Written 1 December 2022
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  • Cecilia P
    2 contributions
    Short gateway trip but worthwhile. Must do High Roller and check the Bellagio fountain at different times of the day to see the different sequence, pretty neat.
    Written 8 December 2022
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  • TravelDestiny
    5 contributions
    The volcano show was amazing! I could actually feel the heat from where I was standing (Mirage valet area). FYI the show will be ending soon apparently the Hard Rock will be removing the volcano to make room for another attraction
    Written 7 December 2022
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  • Bobhikes27
    North Plainfield, NJ93 contributions
    It was my first trip to Vegas and I only made it up half the strip. The Paris was my favorite casino's. The layout is nice and it has a variety of different things to see, eat and do. I did not win any money there or anywhere on the strip so that didn't influence my rating.
    Written 17 January 2022
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  • tmoore48
    Westlake, OH497 contributions
    My husband called about 6 weeks ahead of our trip to make reservations. We had serious issues figuring out where to go, since the instructions we were given were: stand by the trunk. The trunk is a 1910 Louis Vuitton steamer trunk, and was very cool, but there was nothing whatsoever to indicate that that particular point of the store was special in any way. Just very weirdly hush-hush and overly subtle.

    Once we were retrieved by the hostess, we went through the history/waiver spiel others have described. In our group of six, we all agreed that it was interesting, kind of cool, and extremely awkward as you all just stand there as the various colors wash over you, trying to figure out if you're supposed to just leave on your own, or if there's a specific end point, or what. There is an end point, basically when the colors have cycled all the way around back to the deeper blue that you started with, about 10-15 minutes, the hostess will tell you your time is up, and you can go back and get your shoes.
    Written 12 October 2018
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  • Diana R
    Birch Run, MI1,977 contributions
    We loved this area. Reminded us so much of the real Venice. They did a great job recreating the atmosphere of Venice. We enjoyed wandering around and even caught a performance there too. We loved it!
    Written 12 October 2022
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  • KCinAZ
    Mesa, AZ153 contributions
    I was expecting more of an experience but it really is just the hotels and a high-end shopping mall. Not much to write home about. There are many other places with more pizzazz.
    Written 13 January 2020
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  • James P
    Leeds, UK553 contributions
    Me and my partner were looking at a unique way to get married and it don't get much better than a gondola wedding. The whole experience was absolutely fantastic, from the booking, the assistance from our wedding planner (Rachael, later taken over by Caroline) to the day itself. I can not fault any of it, everything was carried out to perfection and I can't recommend this place enough.

    Our gondola driver was Vittoria who was extremely friendly with a great voice which was discovered as she kindly gave us a song or 2 after our ceremony.

    And the Venetian is not just amazing for the unique gondola wedding but also for the wedding photo opportunities. As the hotel is so vast, there are a large number of great spots to capture some great photos. Whether it be outside on the bridge, inside by the waterfall (with the love sign) or even in the many little spots dotted around the hotel (and believe me there are many AMAZING spots like this). **See uploaded photos for examples**

    The photographer service provided is Cashman Photo who were also absolutely amazing and captured us the most perfect pictures of our big day.

    Thank you so much for a fantastic experience and day that we will never forget.
    Written 23 March 2019
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  • KodoDrummer
    Buenos Aires, Argentina64,640 contributions
    I past the sculpture during the day and night. I like it best at night when it is totally lit in changing colours.
    Written 8 September 2019
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  • Sarah E
    London, UK8 contributions
    As Brits holidaying in Las Vegas we really wanted to get away from the hustle and bustle and have some afternoon tea while we were there. Not many places in Vegas seem to do it - I guess it’s not a very US thing - but this one looked good.

    The cakes and scones were lovely, but the sandwiches were a little dry ( but then again who really goes to afternoon tea for the sandwiches?) They also topped up our tea regularly, which was great for someone who drinks as much of it as I do!

    The atmosphere was very relaxed, and the place was pet friendly - the most exciting thing was that we had a lady sitting next to us with a gorgeous miniature Dachshund who we got to make friends with, which made our whole afternoon tea experience very enjoyable indeed!
    Written 24 February 2018
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  • Candice K
    Red Wing, MN273 contributions
    We got married in december, at 7pm outside at the gazebo **it was cold!!! :-\ ** i would recommend this place if you don't want to spend a lot of money. At night it was nice because you can't really see the resort however the planes are really loud flying over. The minister didn't know our last name and then almost called me jennifer! I think it would have been fine if that didn't happen. We didn't know pictures would cost us an extra $200 or $25 per picture until we got into the room and looked at them. We stayed at the hard rock hotel, very convenient! I wouldn't even pay for the roses, they don't put new ones down, we had left over gross ones on the ground from a previous wedding. My review prob sounds bad but really overall it wasn't bad, we enjoyed our quick wedding and had everyone come back to our hotel room for cake.
    Written 9 January 2015
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  • Chipperhigh2
    Okemos, MI3,846 contributions
    I was staying at Treasure Island and stopped to look at the wedding chapel. It was closed but it has glass doors so you can view it. Not large but more than enough for a small wedding. Nicely furnished.
    Written 20 January 2020
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  • MarkBTID
    Ellesmere Port, UK674 contributions
    Popped in here for a quick meal before seeing Penn & Teller.

    It was OK. If you want a quick meal cheaply then it's fine.

    I had a club sandwich with fries and my wife had a burger with fries.

    Wife described the burger as "fine" and my club sandwich was OK. Both of our fries were lukewarm though but we didn't complain.

    Wouldn't make a special trip to go here but OK before a show.
    Written 3 December 2011
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