Las Vegas is one of the most popular destinations in the world. Close to 43 million people travel to the city every year for the history, nostalgia, entertainment, world-class cuisine, and so much more. With so many choices at your disposal we’ve put together a list of the best things to do in Las Vegas.
Any trip benefits from planning and going to Vegas is no exception. The best times to visit are when there are no major events or conventions in town that can raise suite rates. You can check the Las Vegas Convention Center Calendar to see if your stay falls during a busy time. Sunday to Thursday will yield better prices on suites and you should always check the great offers available on the resort’s website. The Venetian® and The Palazzo® received Forbes Travel Guide award for our Luxury King Suite that’s nearly double the size of the average Las Vegas hotel room. With a plush King bed, oversized tub, and lounging area you’ll be able to relax in style.Book A Room
One of the simple pleasures in life is enjoying freshly made breakfast. The nourishing cuisine at CR CREĀT is made with organic, non-GMO ingredients from grass-fed beef to wild-caught salmon. Start with baked taro chips, they come with grilled avocado hummus, cilantro, and harissa for a twist on traditional chips & guacamole. For something healthier with a sweet side, try the buckwheat pancakes with blueberries and black walnuts. They’re open from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. so you can have nutritious Las Vegas food and be on your way to start your adventures around the city.View Menu
03 Hoover Dam
As one of the Top Ten Construction Achievements of the 20th Century, the Hoover Dam is one of the must-see things to do when you come to Las Vegas. It’s the highest concrete dam in the Western Hemisphere and is a National Historic Landmark. There are two tours available at the dam, the Dam Tour and the Powerplant Tour. The Dam tour includes a one-hour guided tour of the powerplant and passageways within the dam itself, and admission to the Visitor Center. The Powerplant Tour includes a thirty-minute guided tour of the powerplant only and admission to the Visitor Center. Getting to Hoover Dam is easy and it’s only about an hour away. Sign up for Grazie® and save 35% on a Hertz rental car right on property. Drive through Boulder City to where Nevada’s border meets Arizona’s and the Hoover Dam Access Road will take you right to it.Reserve A Car
There is a plethora of incredible art on display in every crevice of The Venetian and The Palazzo. The sheer amount of work that was put into reproducing the Italian art and architecture as authentically as possible is staggering. If you still crave more then check out the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art on the University of Nevada, Las Vegas campus. Uniquely located inside a historic gymnasium (the original basketball court floor has been kept and maintained), they feature fine art exhibitions from artists tied to the region along with cultural artifacts from the indigenous Paiute tribe and ancient Mesoamerican people. When they’re not hosting University Forum Lectures and Visiting Artist talks, they show experimental video art. All they offer is free to the public, but a small donation is encouraged. They have a wonderful collection and it’s one of the best things to do in Vegas during the day to escape the heat for a bit.Learn More
Entertainment in Vegas is second to none. So, you definitely want to schedule some time for the must-see shows in Las Vegas. Australia’s Human Nature Sings Motown & More is a toured force of Australia’s brightest vocal quartet, singing an eclectic mix of Motown, soul, pop, and other genres. Every performance is electric, every note is a powerful encouragement to dance and sing along. Don’t pass up the chance to see the four brightest lights on the Strip: Human Nature at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas.Buy Tickets
In the mood for a little reading material at Emeril Lagasse’s Delmonico Steakhouse? To be honest there’s nothing little about the “Book of Whisky.” Considered one of the best bars in Vegas to have whisky, their impressive tome lists the restaurant’s treasure trove of over 700 varieties. The collection includes distillations from Scotland, Ireland, the United States, Canada, France, India, Tasmania, Taiwan, and Japan. It’s one of the largest collections in the country and many have made it their ultimate goal to make it all the way through the book. You can order a full shot or a half-shot (for half price) as a way to experience more of the incredible selection they have.View Menu