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Hibernation has never looked so fun. Cooler winter temperatures in Vegas offer even more reasons to settle in for indoor pursuits like gambling, clubbing, and feasting. And there’s something about the very notion of winter that makes a steak dinner in a dimly lit restaurant feel like the perfect way to welcome the season.
With winter comes the chance to party with thousands of your new closest friends over New Year’s, Super Bowl, and Valentine’s Day events that Las Vegas approaches with its signature over-the-top attitude.
Vegas doesn’t slow down for winter. With plenty of holidays and spikes in visitors for mega-conventions, you’ll still need to book ahead to get the perfect hotel room, score seats at hot-ticket shows, and reserve tables at buzzy restaurants.
Winter can be a great time for hiking, since highs in the cooler months remain mellow enough to enjoy all that gorgeous desert surrounding the city.
Mild weather and smaller-for-Vegas crowds make spring a winning time to roll the dice on a Vegas vacation. Just keep an eye on your exact dates, as there’s a surge of tourists during certain windows that can clog the casinos and take over the Strip.
Expect higher prices and a younger, rowdier vibe during Spring Break season, which stretches from mid-March through mid-April.
Daytime temps start to inch up month by month in spring, but evenings remain chilly. Do as the locals do and layer up if you plan to be outside in the evening.
Spring brings a bump in special events and awards, including high-profile functions like music-awards ceremonies and concerts.
Las Vegas in summer heats up, and then just keeps going, busting temperature records and looking good doing it. A sweltering outside climate is balanced by an arctic blast of air conditioning inside, which is blissfully sheltered from the dry desert heat.
Pool season makes a big splash in late spring and hits its peak in summer. Day clubs and pool parties rule the Strip’s top pool party venues, though many other hotels offer poolside bliss sans bumpin’ beats for those who prefer relaxing to raucousness.
Despite the blazing daytime heat, evenings are mercifully tolerable. Take advantage by booking patio dining at a popular spot like Border Grill, Mon Ami Gabi, Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar, or SW Steakhouse.
Expect to see a weather alert or two pop up on your phone. July through early September is Las Vegas’ monsoon season, when sudden storms can blow in, bringing downpours and sometimes flooding.
As summer tourism winds down, convention season ramps up, bringing tens of thousands of professionals to town. Fall also welcomes a slow slide in temperature that’s first detected in the chillier nighttime air.
If you’re not in town for a convention (or even if you are), look beyond convention-center-adjacent hotels for better deals and more availability.
As with most things, Vegas celebrates Halloween in a big—and decidedly adult—way, with nightclubs around the city going all in on the sexy-spooky holiday.
Most pools, especially those with a major party scene, close in the fall. But don’t worry, party monsters—Vegas clubs have no off-season, so you can still find a white-hot dance floor even when the weather cools.
Hotels near the sights
- Fountains of BellagioEvery night, over 1,000 fountains sway and dance to music and lights on an artificial lake in front of the Bellagio Resort.Read more
- Hoover Dam BypassThe 2,000-foot-long bridge spans the Colorado River canyon. As the world's highest concrete arch bridge, it shows off spectacular views of Hoover Dam.Read more
- High RollerMeasuring 520 feet in diameter, the High Roller eclipses both the London Eye and Singapore Flyer. Facing north and south parallel to Las Vegas Boulevard, the wheel takes 30 minutes to complete one full revolution and features 28 glass-enclosed cabins with broad views of Las Vegas and the Strip. Each spherical cabin can hold up to 40 people, with benches on either side of the cabin and plenty of floor space in between-but we imagine you'll want to stand and admire the view. Sight-seeing isn't all that the High Roller has to offer. Take in the best views of Las Vegas from inside a High Roller Happy Half Hour cabin. Your ticket includes one 30-minute ride and an open bar inside the cabin! Allow your body and mind to soar 550 feet in the sky above the Las Vegas Strip in a unique and personalized yoga session with a professional instructor. Or experience a one-of-a-kind sky high chocolate tasting experience paired with your choice of wine!Read more
- Stratosphere TowerThe Tower is a unique, iconic fixture in the Vegas skyline with a magnificent 360 degree view of the shimmering Las Vegas Strip and Valley.Read more
- The StripThis iconic stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard is lined with the city's most glamorous and exciting casinos, hotels, and entertainment spots.Read more
- Allegiant Stadium ToursExperience this behind-the-scenes journey through Raiders history and culture, filled with surprises you could only find in Vegas.Read more
- Fremont Street ExperienceThis five-block pedestrian mall in downtown Vegas buzzes all year round with quirky entertainment venues, free live concerts, and an amazing light-and-sound show every night.Read more
- Chapel of the FlowersChapel of the Flowers, Las Vegas' is the "Best Wedding Venue" in Las Vegas according to the Las Vegas Review Journal and numerous awards from TripAdvisor, The Knot, and Wedding Wire. For nearly 60 years, the chapel has provided traditional, intimate and elegant Las Vegas weddings on the world-famous Las Vegas Strip. It is a full-service wedding venue, with four luxurious wedding chapels as well as a beautiful outdoor gazebo. Its cobblestone-accented grounds and lush landscaping create a variety of options to capture that picture-perfect moment. The chapel's professional wedding planners work with couples on a daily basis from one-year out to day-of planning.Read more
- The LINQ PromenadeThe LINQ Promenade is Caesars Entertainment's shopping, dining and entertainment district located at the center of the Las Vegas Strip which is home to 35+ restaurant and retail stores such as Brooklyn Bowl, Gordon Ramsay Fish and Chips, IN-N-Out Burger, Razer, Yard House, and so much more! You can find exciting attractions at The LINQ Promenade such as The High Roller, North America's Tallest Observation wheel, and Fly LINQ Zipline, the strip's only zipline. There's something for everyone at The LINQ Promenade!Read more
- T-Mobile ArenaLas Vegas’ hottest new sports and entertainment venue, located just west of the famed Las Vegas Strip, will be officially named T-Mobile Arena. T-Mobile Arena will be the destination in Las Vegas for live events – from amazing music acts to thrilling sporting events – it will set a new standard for what entertainment means in the city that does it best. The 20,000-seat T-Mobile Arena will host exRead more
When you travel to Las Vegas, you can count on clear skies and relatively decent weather, though summers can be very hot. Nonetheless, Las Vegas is a thriving city year round.
People who visit Las Vegas during any holiday or convention should note that hotel rates are likely to increase and lines will be longer at restaurants and nightclubs. All conventions listed here draw at least 30,000 people (and sometimes upwards of 120,000 people). The public is usually not welcome to participate. Nonetheless, the influx of people during these special events should be accounted for in travel plans. Special notes about specific holidays, conventions and events have been noted below.
Looking for cooler weather in Las Vegas? Visit the city in early spring. From February through April, weather tends to be fairly mild and there are fewer crowds. Many hotel pools are closed in the spring, and some shows reduce their scheduled performances, but this is one of the most comfortable times of the year. Things begin to pick up again around Spring Break, so if you’re looking for a more subdued Strip experience, plan your trip prior to mid-March. Noteworthy spring conventions, events and holidays:
February: Valentine’s Day, Chinese New Year, World Archery Festival, ASD Las Vegas (a retail show)
March: St. Patrick’s Day, International Hospitality Week, NASCAR Nextel Cup, Monster Jame World Finals, Extreme Thing Festival, Pet-a-Palooza
April: Mardi Gras, Clark County Fair & Rodeo, Easter (make reservations for brunch in advance), Kitchen/Bath Industry Show & Conference
If you like your weather hot, visit during the summer. May through July are hot and very dry (often more than 100 degrees Fahrenheit). Be sure to bring a hat or cap, bottled water, sunscreen and sunglasses if you plan on walking the Las Vegas Strip during the day. Be wary of the pools during peak hours as they are extremely crowded and you will definitely catch some sun! If you want a poolside chair, be ready to make a mad dash for one as soon as the pools open, or reserve a cabana in advance to ensure you have a spot in the shade.
Noteworthy summer conventions, events and holidays:
May: Cinco de Mayo, Memorial Day (one of the busiest weekends of the year; book a hotel room early), Supercross competition, San Gennaro Feast, Cars Stars & Guitars Festival, National Hardware Show, The Global Retail Real Estate Convention (RECon)
June: World Series of Poker, International Esthetics Cosmetic and Spa Conference
July: Fourth of July (several hotels shoot off fireworks; check local listings for details), Red White & Boom, Boulder City Damboree Celebration, Associated Surplus Dealers
September and October are busy months for conventions, but general tourism tends to slow down again when school goes back into session for children. The convention center is nearest to what was once known as the Las Vegas Hilton, The Riviera, The Venetian, Harrah's and the Renaissance Hotel, so these hotels book up quickly and rates increase during major convention periods. July and August are considered the "monsoon" season in Las Vegas, and you might get light showers in the afternoons. Because Las Vegas gets very little rainfall, just a small amount of rain tends to bring up the oil on the streets, which makes driving treacherous. Temperatures generally tend to start to drop in October.
Noteworthy autumn conventions, holidays and events:
August: Harvest Festival; National Pocket Billiards competition
September: Labor Day (a popular holiday weekend; book a hotel room early), Greek Food Festival, Super Run, Las Vegas Bike Fest, Magic International Fall Show, International Baking Industry Expo, San Gennaro Feast
October: Halloween (parties at every nightclub; may not be appropriate to visit with children), Age of Chivalry Renaissance Faire, Grand Slam for Children
The weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas tend to be a slow period in Las Vegas, and hotel rates are generally a bit lower. A number of shows and some of the free attractions may be shut down for a break or maintenance during this time, so visitors trade convenience and accessibility to all Las Vegas activities for a quieter, more affordable vacation.
Noteworthy winter conventions, holidays and events:
November: Thanksgiving, Strut Your Mutt, Vegas Valley Book Festival, Aviation Nation, Magical Forest at Opportunity Village, Computer Dealers’ Exhibition (COMDEX), Global Gaming Expo
December: Christmas, National Finals Rodeo, Las Vegas Marathon (particularly busy the morning of the race, but the Strip reopens by mid-morning), Las Vegas Great Santa Run, New Year’s Eve (Las Vegas Boulevard is closed; may not be appropriate for children)
January: International Consumer Electronics Show, Adult Entertainment Expo (fan passes available for the convention floor), World of Concrete, International Air Conditioning Heating Refrigeration Expo
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- Vdara Hotel & Spa, The Cromwell Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, and Bellagio Las Vegas are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Fountains of Bellagio. See the full list: Hotels near Fountains of Bellagio.
- Popular hotels close to Fremont Street Experience include Oasis at Gold Spike, Main Street Station Casino Brewery Hotel, and California Hotel and Casino. See the full list: Hotels near Fremont Street Experience.
- Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Las Vegas are Residence Inn by Marriott Las Vegas Airport, Skylofts at MGM Grand, and Staybridge Suites Las Vegas, an IHG Hotel. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Las Vegas.
- Residence Inn by Marriott Las Vegas Airport, Skylofts at MGM Grand, and ARIA Sky Suites all received great reviews from families travelling in Las Vegas. See the full list: Family Hotels in Las Vegas.