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Las Vegas can be hectic and chaotic but it has an allure that draws millions of visitors every year. When planning your trip to Las Vegas, you know you will dive into the lights, the energy and the excitement of Sin City! The Strip is the best area for sightseeing as well as for first-timers. If you are travelling with the family, you can find fabulous holiday rentals in the neighbourhoods of Henderson and Summerlin. Las Vegas is also an ideal spot for romantic getaways and nothing better than Mt. Charleston or the Strip. But if you want to stay in the heart of real Las Vegas, Downtown is your spot!Comfort and luxury in Las Vegas
Las Vegas caters all travellers and here you can find fabulous rentals with every detail and amenity you are looking for. Find an exclusive rental property in the outskirts with a private garden, an infinity pool and luxury details, state-of-the-art kitchen and an incredible lounge with access to the terrace. For those who prefer being closer to the centre, you can select modern holiday rentals close to the Strip and all the tourist attractions. With your partner, your family or your friends. Vegas is awaiting!
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Las Vegas is the biggest city in the state of Nevada. The city is a world of lights, colours, music, casinos and incredible half-size replicas of worldwide famous monuments including the Eiffel Tower! Along the Strip you will enjoy these wonders of the city. Admire the Bellagio fountains, or the erupting volcano of the Mirage. Wait for the sun to set and see how the city comes alive as the video screens and marquees on the boulevard become an attraction on their own. The day turns into night and now the fun begins!Enjoy Las Vegas and all its attractions
Visit some of the casinos and try your luck or just enjoy the atmosphere of this scene you have seen many times in films. Feel the atmosphere, the glamour, the excitement and the joy of people having a good time. Enjoy some drinks at the Delano or a nice cocktail at the Skybar at the Waldorf Astoria and then, have a nice meal at Guy Savoy, at the Caesars Palace. During the day take a walk and visit the shops, the boulevard but also, take some time to visit Henderson, Lake Las Vegas, Boulder City or Lake Mead.
Travellers and activities
Red Rock Canyon, Blue Diamond and Mt. Charleston are top destinations for nature lovers. Spend some time in the far west of the city and enjoy cycling, hiking or rock climbing as you admire the red colourful sandstone of the protected area of the Canyon. Visit the mining community of Blue Diamond and head to Mt.Charleston to enjoy cooler temperatures, skiing, snowboarding, sledding and a hot chocolate! Not far from here, in Summerlin there are lots of parks and walking trails. In Henderson you can also enjoy nice walks and visit the Hoover Dam, near Boulder City, a very family-friendly town. For a bit of fun try boating and rafting at Lake Mead or go to Bootleg Canyon zipline park. The whole family will have great fun!Las Vegas for food lovers
Do you enjoy food when you travel to new places? Las vegas is also a foodie destination! In the city you can enjoy fabulous eateries along the Strip and Chinatown. The restaurant scene is varied with some of the greatest names as a signature of the excellent cuisine you will have including Guy Savoy, Gordon Ramsay or Bobby Flay. The variety brings you Mexican dishes, amazing steakhouses, Italian delicacies and Asian food including Japanese and Chinese dishes. Here in Chinatown, you can enjoy the best Ramen in Vegas at Monta Noodle House, robata grill at Raku or superb sushi at Yui. enjoy a french fine dining at Partage or a nice washing down magnificent global
Did you know the water of the Bellagio fountains comes from recycled water from around the city?
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Stroll along of what is also known as “Glitter Gulch”. Fremont Street is a lively pedestrian-only street in the heart of downtown Las Vegas. Get ready for an experience at the SlotZilla Zipline and take a flight! Enjoy the lights show of Viva Vision and let yourself a moment to taste the delicious temptations at the epic eateries downtown. Try some nice steak at Vic & Anthonys Steakhouse or a nice dessert with the best views of the city from the 24th floor of the Top of Binion’s Steakhouse. Fremont Street is vibrant, exciting and full of life. Come and live it!2. Admire the Bellagio Fountains
We have all seen them many times on TV series or films. The Bellagio Fountains are the impressive fountains located in the hotel of the same name that offer an impressive visual and sound spectacle that entertains all visitors. The 1,200 jets dance to the rhythm of music, up and down creating patterns and unforgettable images. It is an absolute must to stop and enjoy the show!3. Climb the tallest observation tower in America
At 1,149 feet tall, the highest observation deck in Vegas and in the United States is that of the Stratosphere Observation Deck. Get to the top to get breathtaking and sweeping views of the city and the desert. Take your camera and capture the moment!4. Visit the Grand Canyon
While in Las Vegas you have to visit a natural wonder that will leave you in awe. The Grand Canyon is one of the favourite trips of any tourist. Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city and the casinos and explore the natural landmark. You can either drive or take the bus or a guided tour. The South Rim of the Canyon is 5 hours away from the city but the West is only 3 hours away. For a bit of adrenaline, why not going on a helicopter? See the Canyon from above and take in the stunning rock formations or even enjoy a cruise along the Colorado River.5. Take in a show
If you are looking for some entertainment you are definitely in the right place. The Sin City boasts a wide array of fabulous venues and casinos with quality magician shows, concerts, dance performances or even attend an Elvis wedding! It’s showtime!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Las Vegas
On average, how much do holiday lettings in Las Vegas cost?
Las Vegas is one of the most expensive cities in the USA! An overnight stay here costs on average £282 per night.
Which months allow you to save the most on holiday rentals?
If you are looking to get the most out of your money, the most affordable months to visit Las Vegas are March (£260 per night for accommodation, on average), April (£270), and February (£270).
In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday letting in Las Vegas?
Last year, the month that had the highest annual average in Las Vegas was June, with an average price of £306 per night. This was followed by May, with an average of £296, and September, with £293.
Is Las Vegas a good location for a spontaneous getaway?
It is better to book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Las Vegas, as only 17% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.
What time of the year can I find more available holiday rentals?
In the previous year, the months with more free accommodation in Las Vegas were August, January, and July with average availabilities of 34%, 30% and 28%, respectively. However, even during the months when availability is the highest, the average is 30%. It would be a good idea to always book a little in advance to be sure to find the rental of your dreams.
How many rentals are available in Las Vegas?
We have grouped together the offers from 2 different providers in Las Vegas, so we can offer you around 370 properties. You're going to have a hard time choosing your favourite!