Las Vegas and Macau, two sides of the same chip. Let’s compare the two gaming destinations.
Round-the-clock indulgence, opulent suites, five-star restaurants and A-list entertainers are all part of the Las Vegas experience, but for those who want to experience it all, Las Vegas is only the beginning. Turn your attention to Macau – a Special Administrative Region of the Peoples Republic of China – which offers a uniquely Asian version of the Las Vegas experience with even more gaming tables, restaurants with a delightful mix of Cantonese and Portuguese cuisine, and historical sites that date back to the 17th century.
Top 5 locations for gaming enthusiasts to vacation.
If you are a gamer of any kind, chances are that you will be interested in visiting locations that are known as the best places to play their game of choice. Travelling to these locations is great to be able to tick off your bucket list, and it will also allow you to meet other like-minded gamers to share your love for gaming! Here are our top 5 locations for gaming enthusiasts of all kinds!
How To Save Money On Your Trip To Vegas
If you’re looking forward to traveling to Las Vegas to play in the casinos, see the shows and have a holiday, then it is highly likely that you’re prepared to spend a lot of money. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you need to spend more money that you’ve budged for. There are a few ways that you can actually save money when you go to Vegas. We’ve put together a list of some of the best ways to save, including at the casinos and even just through booking your trip.
New Travel Tips for Las Vegas
Las Vegas, one of the most well known vacation destinations in the world, is the ultimate destination for anyone who enjoys gambling. Apart from enjoying games such as keno, poker, roulette, wheel of fortune, craps, blackjack, and baccarat, people who love to play slot machines, visit sites like Royal Vegas as well. While many other cities boast of casinos, Las Vegas is the most popular casino city in the world and entertains visitors 24 hours a day. Little wonder that those who visit this city once keep on returning.
Top rules for visiting Las Vegas and increasing your chance of coming home a winner. Since 1931 when the state of Nevada legalized gambling, Las Vegas has been known as the entertainment capital of the world. If you are among the many travelers looking to try your luck in the City of Neon Lights, super-sized gambling halls and world class entertainment, then here are our top five rules to follow when visiting Las Vegas. By following our helpful hints you will be able to enjoy an exciting holiday, experience all of the sights that this impressive city has to offer, and keep some of your winnings!
There is no doubt that Las Vegas is a place for unlimited fun alongside top notch eating and drinking. But does it mean that you have to spend big? Well, the answer is no. Vegas is rightly named sin city. Each and every activity in Vegas is designed to separate you from your hard earned money. As an example, drinking at Vegas premier lounges can be very expensive. But don’t worry, there is always a way to enjoy the same exotic libations at a cheaper rate.
Here is a list of bars and restaurants on the Vegas strip which offer very affordable happy hours.
This Fall, San Diego may just be the cheapest place in America to take the family on vacation. San Diego turns into a utopia for family vacations during the month of October with their Kids Eat, Stay and Play For Free promotion. With each paying adult, during the month of October, a child gets to vacation for next to nothing. What more encouragement do you need to plan a great family getaway to this popular seaside city?
Vegas has become Dog-Friendly. Here’s Where to Find The Best Pet Friendly Hotels in Las Vegas.
Taking your dog with you to Las Vegas is no longer a traveler’s dream, it’s a reality. More than a hundred Las Vegas hotels, since 2011, have added dog-friendly services to their already extensive list of amenities. Massages for your four-legged friend, plush beds, personalized water bowls, mouth-watering menus and easy to access dog-walking services have made Las Vegas one of the most pet-friendly destinations in the US.
The vast majority of travel guides that crowd dusty shelves in books stores and personal libraries tell you where to find the best hotels, countless museums and endless architecturally significant churches, but they’re missing one of the most important reasons we travel – to discover where locals go to party!
Where To Party Around The World. The Matador Network, a community of young travel bloggers who tell it like it is, has just published the “ultimate guide to partying around the world”, with 101 Places To Get F*cked Up Before You Die.
Where will you find the most fun bars in Las Vegas? Well, not all bars and restaurants in Las Vegas are created equal. Other than serving delicious drinks and food, many are offering something that others don’t – something really fun and entertaining. Some have way more fun factor than others. Here are five of […]
Can you guess the top destinations for travelers in the USA for the first quarter of 2013? Sojern, the world’s leading data-driven traveler engagement platform, recently analyzed data from more than 400 million travelers, and the results are totally of fascinating. Here’s a wonderful infographic that shows just where travelers are heading this year, the […]
As celebrities and the uber-rich have demand even more luxury and indulgence, the 5-star rating is no longer sufficient indication that the hotel is the best. Six-star has yet to come of age, but there are still incredible suites and rooms in the world’s most expensive hotels that command a tariff more than the average […]
Travel Tips for parents planning to travel to Las Vegas with their children So you’re traveling to Las Vegas… and with kids! I have some amazing tips on traveling to Las Vegas for parents. First of all, select where you are staying carefully. Las Vegas has some of the world’s best hotels. I always suggest […]
Add Even More Pizazz To Your Vegas Vacation With These Top 5 Things to Do in Vegas Before You Die Las Vegas is the stuff of legends. It’s the City of Sin. It’s the set of “The Hangover.” What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. So, if you’re looking to let loose and have an […]
Travel afar or stay close to home this season with these top family-friendly travel destinations. Instead of a hosting a traditional family dinner at home this year, our BookIt.com travel expert shares the top 5 fun, family-friendly places to go this season. The Top 5 Destinations Unveiled include: 1. New York City Kickoff the holiday […]
I’m just back from Las Vegas where Clint and I took a one day excursion into Death Valley with Pink Jeep Tours. We really had a great time and Death Valley turned out to be way more interesting than I had imagined. Here’s a link to my trip report just published on the Huffington Post: […]
Just because Vegas is renowned for attracting high rollers, that doesn’t mean you have to spend big to have a good time in Sin City. Unless you have pockets full of bills to spread around, it pays to do some advance research and take advantage of tips to help you stretch your dollars and avoid […]
Tired of the same old song and dance routine in Las Vegas? We’ve got news of a fresh entertainment venue – Bullfights! These exuberant events will be presented in the South Point Arena with bold pageantry. The bullfights come complete with world class, bedazzled “toreros” from Spain, Portugal and Mexico, who will engage and enrage […]
To celebrate their 3rd birthday, the The Signature at MGM Grand Las Vegas wants to share their celebration with everyone who’s having a birthday this summer. From now until August 31st, guests who celebrate their birthday during the booking window, will receive great gifts from the MGM Grand. Your birthday gifts will include a $100 […]
I’m sure this economy was not what the developers had in mind when the M Resort Spa Casino in Las Vegas was designed (by the group that built Wynn, The Mirage, Caesars Palace and others). After investing a cool BILLION dollars (hard to even imagine) the sprawling resort opened to the public in early […]