• What hotels in Las Vegas have two bedrooms please?

    Best answer: Many of the condo hotels have 2 bedroom suites available. Hilton Elara, non-gaming at the back of Miracle Mile shops with Planet Hollywood in front is nice but can be expensive and has two bedroom suites. The one bedroom has a queen size sofabed in the living room. Jockey Club is center strip with 2 bedroom suites... show more
    Best answer: Many of the condo hotels have 2 bedroom suites available.
    Hilton Elara, non-gaming at the back of Miracle Mile shops with Planet Hollywood in front is nice but can be expensive and has two bedroom suites. The one bedroom has a queen size sofabed in the living room.

    Jockey Club is center strip with 2 bedroom suites available
    http://www.jockeyclubvegas.com/accommoda...

    The Desert Rose is not far off-strip, (map on the page is wrong)
    https://www.shellhospitality.com/hotels/...

    Just use booking.com and browse through offers for two bedroom suites or condos.
    Look for 5 or 6 people and they are easier to find. You might miss a few with only King beds and no sofabed

    The Rita Suites at 344 E Desert Inn
    Tuscany at 255 East Flamingo Rd.
    Hilton Grand Vacations Suites 455 Karen Avenue, 2 BEDROOM 2 KING SUITE WITH 2 SOFABEDS
    Residence Inn by Marriott Las Vegas Hughes Center
    Club de Soleil All-Suite Resort 5625 West Tropicana Avenue
    Wyndham Grand Desert 265 East Harmon Avenue
    Holiday Inn Club Vacations at Desert Club Resort 3950 Koval Lane
    WorldMark Las Vegas Tropicana 5275 West Tropicana Avenue
    Tahiti All-Suite Resort 5101 West Tropicana Avenue
    Cancun Resort Las Vegas By Diamond Resorts 8335 Las Vegas Boulevard South
    The Signature at MGM Grand at 145 E Harmon can be booked directly or rent an owners condo
    The Berkley, 8280 Dean Martin Drive
    Westgate Flamingo Bay Resort 5625 West Flamingo Road
    Hilton Grand Vacations Suites on the Las Vegas Strip 2650 Las Vegas Boulevard South
    Polo Towers By Diamond Resorts 3745 South Las Vegas Boulevard,
    Marriott's Grand Chateau 75 East Harmon Avenue

    Many hotels have 2 bedroom suites, and it is a matter of location, how much you want to spend, and how many people, and whether you want gaming at the hotel.

    If you had a large amount of money, there is super-premium
    https://www.bellagio.com/en/hotel/villas...
    https://www.aria.com/en/hotel/two-bedroom-sky-villa.html
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it true the Las Vegas police are corrupt?

    Allegedly
    Allegedly
    5 answers · 5 hours ago
  • What REALLY happens in the VIP room of a strip joint?

    Best answer: Whatever your heart, and Johnson, desires - provided you can afford it
    Best answer: Whatever your heart, and Johnson, desires - provided you can afford it
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • How to get a job at the Bellagio Hotel?

    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • In Nevada Wat is area 51?

    Best answer: From Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Area_51 "The United States Air Force facility commonly known as Area 51 is a highly classified remote detachment of Edwards Air Force Base, within the Nevada Test and Training Range. According to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the correct names for the... show more
    Best answer: From Wikipedia:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Area_51

    "The United States Air Force facility commonly known as Area 51 is a highly classified remote detachment of Edwards Air Force Base, within the Nevada Test and Training Range. According to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the correct names for the facility are Homey Airport (ICAO: KXTA) and Groom Lake,[2][3] though the name Area 51 was used in a CIA document from the Vietnam War.[4] The facility has also been referred to as Dreamland and Paradise Ranch,[5][6] among other nicknames. The special use airspace around the field is referred to as Restricted Area 4808 North (R-4808N).["
    4 answers · 6 days ago
  • Is pickpocketing a big problem on the Las Vegas Strip? Should I get a more discreet wallet before I go?

    Best answer: Yes. Crime happens out of opportunity. Back pockets are the worst... For you. Always carry in your side pocket with your hands in them or slip in your boxer briefs Seriously. Most pickpocketing happens in pairs. Someone to distract you by commenting on your lovely shirt or asking for directions to somewhere... show more
    Best answer: Yes. Crime happens out of opportunity. Back pockets are the worst... For you. Always carry in your side pocket with your hands in them or slip in your boxer briefs
    Seriously. Most pickpocketing happens in pairs. Someone to distract you by commenting on your lovely shirt or asking for directions to somewhere across the street and someone taking your wallet. ALWAYS be weary of a stranger talking to you!
    Bonus: if you have boxer briefs with a cup pocket... Great wallet pocket!
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • 25yo cowboy / Marine going to Vegas for the first time. Don’t want to look odd. Should I wear a cowboy hat or a ball cap on the Strip?

    So I live in Arizona down near Wilcox and I wear a cowboy hat a lot since I grew up around ranches and do a lot of ranching and rodeo still after leaving the military. I work on a ranch now as well. I also wear baseball hats a lot. I like to alternate between both a Stetson and a ball cap. But I’m going to Las... show more
    So I live in Arizona down near Wilcox and I wear a cowboy hat a lot since I grew up around ranches and do a lot of ranching and rodeo still after leaving the military. I work on a ranch now as well. I also wear baseball hats a lot. I like to alternate between both a Stetson and a ball cap. But I’m going to Las Vegas for the first time next weekend and I’m not sure if I should wear my black Stetson or if I should just wear a baseball hat, or bring both? I don’t know if I’ll look out of place in Vegas in a Stetson hat. I’ll probably just wear what I normally wear, wranglers, western shirt and cowboy boots. Just not sure about wearing a cowboy hat in Vegas. What do you guys think?
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Recommended arcades near Vegas Strip?

    Best answer: I live in Las Vegas, am quite a bit older than you, but do understand global cultures including UK, and the 21 to 25 year old variety of interests. First of all, the available activities in Las Vegas may be more than you've ever seen and heard. Las Vegas is a city of tourism and conventions with 40 million... show more
    Best answer: I live in Las Vegas, am quite a bit older than you, but do understand global cultures including UK, and the 21 to 25 year old variety of interests.
    First of all, the available activities in Las Vegas may be more than you've ever seen and heard. Las Vegas is a city of tourism and conventions with 40 million visitors a year. The way you ask the question I could start by describing the sets of people that are here. Each group is mostly in a separate lifestyle, with some crossing into the other occasionally as they choose to do so.
    A map is helpful:
    https://www.google.com/maps/@36.127094,-115.1446899,12z
    You should see McCarran Airport where Interstate 215 and 15 cross center bottom.
    The Las Vegas Strip is part of Las Vegas Boulevard, just to the east (right) of Interstate 15, legally part of the unincorporated Paradise, Nevada. It has most of the huge casino-hotels. Northeast of the airport is the University of Nevada at Las Vegas. 8 km north of the airport, traveling up Las Vegas Boulevard is downtown Las Vegas, with Fremont Street and some older casino-hotels which were the original Las Vegas. The entire area, about 30km wide and 40km north-south is referred to as the Las Vegas valley, or metropolitan.
    Public transportation by buses is available, Uber and Lyft are active, taxicabs are expensive for long distances, a monorail and several shuttles exist.

    A typical day in Las Vegas has 300,000 to 500,000 visitors of all ages, 350,000 over 60 year old residents, 30,000 University students, 200,000 aged 21-29 not University students residents, and 1.3 million under 21 and over 29 other locals.

    Las Vegas has:
    Shows - 7 permanent Cirque Du Soleil and a variety of comedy, magic, headliner stars, and various entertainment shows. Most with admission charges but some free. Discounts readily available to most.
    Exhibits - Pinball Machine Hall of Fame, Mob Museum, various aquariums and animal exhibits, Titanic, The Human Body, automobiles, Conservatory botanical and art, and more
    https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g45963-Activities-Las_Vegas_Nevada.html
    http://www.vegas4locals.com/free-things-to-do-in-las-vegas/
    Gaming as slot machines everywhere and table games in casinos
    Bars and lounges and dance night clubs (highest revenue night clubs in the world are in Las Vegas)
    Restaurants in every price and cuisine (About 6000 plus fast food and snack)
    Shopping as malls, luxury, discount, and thousands of other retail of every type
    Amusement rides
    Gun shooting ranges indoor and outdoor. If you wanted to shoot guns of many types, they show you how and no license is required.

    Las Vegas is #1 or #2 in number of hotel rooms in the world. There are rides at the Stratosphere in the top 10 of scary. It is the #1 place in the USA to turn 21 years old. It is known as a place to go for holidays, photography, and many movies have scenes or set in Las Vegas. It is a playground for adults.

    Bars with pool tables
    https://www.yelp.com/search?find_desc=bars+with+pool+tables&find_loc=Las+Vegas%2C+NV

    You might want to venture downtown to the Backstage Bar and Billiards
    http://www.backstagebarandbilliards.com/

    If you make it off-Strip to the Pinball Hall of Fame, a short walk gets to Rum Runners Lounge
    http://rumrunnervegas.com/

    You don't find many locals on-strip, unless working there.
    If missing home, towards downtown is Cornish Pasty Co, with a pool table and bar
    https://www.yelp.com/biz/cornish-pasty-las-vegas-2?osq=Pool+Tables+Bars

    Brooklyn Bowl is at The Linq
    https://www.brooklynbowl.com/las-vegas

    The Nerd opened in downtown Las Vegas last March
    https://thenerd.com/
    I can't say it will be busy because not many people even know about it.
    https://www.yelp.com/biz/the-nerd-las-vegas-2

    Most popular casinos for the under 30 are Hard Rock, Planet Hollywood, Excalibur, New York New York, Cosmopolitan
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What la s Vegas hotel did elvi s die in?

    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do hotels discriminate against solo travelers?

    Even if they’re booked into double rooms? I feel like the maids wait till the last minute to clean my room. They also hesitate to move me to a room with a view.
    Even if they’re booked into double rooms? I feel like the maids wait till the last minute to clean my room. They also hesitate to move me to a room with a view.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How busy is Las Vegas a week before New Years?

    Best answer: Christmas week is usually busy. The week between Christmas and a few days before New Years is usually very manageable - but with New Years on a Sunday this years, its going to be nuts
    Best answer: Christmas week is usually busy. The week between Christmas and a few days before New Years is usually very manageable - but with New Years on a Sunday this years, its going to be nuts
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How cold in Las Vegas at the end of December?

    Best answer: Average is 56F daytime high, 38F around dawn night low.
    December 24-31 inclusive
    2014: HIGH 58F, LOW 30F, AVG HIGH 51F, AVG LOW 36F
    2015: HIGH 57F, LOW 29F, AVG HIGH 50F, AVG LOW 34F
    2016: HIGH 61F, LOW 32F, AVG HIGH 53F, AVG LOW 37F rain Dec 24 0.19"
    Lately running slightly cooler than average.
    Best answer: Average is 56F daytime high, 38F around dawn night low.
    December 24-31 inclusive
    2014: HIGH 58F, LOW 30F, AVG HIGH 51F, AVG LOW 36F
    2015: HIGH 57F, LOW 29F, AVG HIGH 50F, AVG LOW 34F
    2016: HIGH 61F, LOW 32F, AVG HIGH 53F, AVG LOW 37F rain Dec 24 0.19"
    Lately running slightly cooler than average.
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is it safe to visit Nevada alone?

    Best answer: Yup Just so long as you understand what you're getting yourself into ( both literally and figuratively speaking ) The brothels are not in reno proper so you'll have to take a cab to them The girls are independent contractors so you'll have to negotiate a price with them The myth of the good hearted... show more
    Best answer: Yup
    Just so long as you understand what you're getting yourself into ( both literally and figuratively speaking )
    The brothels are not in reno proper so you'll have to take a cab to them
    The girls are independent contractors so you'll have to negotiate a price with them
    The myth of the good hearted hooker is a lie: if you want something extra be prepared to pay for it
    She will closely examine your penis before she puts a condom on it
    If it looks diseased then you wasted your time and money going there
    Don't expect to be kissed
    Have fun
    11 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Am I pre-paying for my hotel security deposit as well?

    I m looking to go out of state for business and as such I am having to stay in a hotel. When I m looking at the rate details for said hotel it states: "Full credit card deposit due at time of booking.". So my question is: in addition to my hotel rate (and all applicable taxes and fees) am I also going to... show more
    I m looking to go out of state for business and as such I am having to stay in a hotel. When I m looking at the rate details for said hotel it states: "Full credit card deposit due at time of booking.". So my question is: in addition to my hotel rate (and all applicable taxes and fees) am I also going to have to front, or pre-pay, for the security deposit? Thanks for all the help!
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago