The Strip
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Stretching for over 4.2 miles, the most famous entertainment destination in the U.S. showcases an eclectic collection of mega hotels and resorts, glitzy casinos, lavish shopping malls, and Michelin-starred restaurants. The best way to enjoy the Strip is to stroll down the avenue and marvel at free spectacles like the dancing fountains of Bellagio and the erupting volcanoes of The Mirage. Or rest your legs by joining an open-top bus tour that cruises down the boulevard. For a more adventurous experience, splurge on a luxurious helicopter tour for a bird’s eye view of Las Vegas’ iconic landmarks. – Tripadvisor
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  • dgms2017
    Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin15 contributions
    Walk, Weed and Booty!
    Lots of walking, interesting people and the perpetual scent of weed in the air! Please leave your children at home! Lots of booty (for pictures and a price!) on display and it takes a while to get to the casino next door!
    Visited March 2023
    Written March 26, 2023
  • Carol N
    6 contributions
    long walk
    The hotels are close enough to be able to visit them. The stores are great. So much construction going on, I didn't like it. The streets are cleaned up....no more homeless on the streets, that was a welcome site.
    Visited March 2023
    Written April 1, 2023
  • Mudeford 123
    113 contributions
    Got to go once in your life
    Had always said we would visit one day. Can get very busy especially at night but never felt unsafe. Lights at night are spectacular. Popping into various themed hotels is good fun. Miracle mile good for cheap restaurants. On the negative side permanent smell of cannabis which is unpleasant. Not disappointed but won't be coming back.
    Visited April 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written April 19, 2023
  • Southernfried4
    Cary, North Carolina402 contributions
    Something for everyone
    The casinos, the restaurants and bars, the show, the people watching ... even a goldola ride in the heart of Venice. The Vegas Strip is like a giant theme park that literally has something for everyone. At all hours of the day or night!
    Visited April 2023
    Written April 26, 2023
  • Steve T
    12 contributions
    It’s Vegas!
    Love the sights, especially at night. LOTS of people! Very expensive!! Avoid the 360 degree VR ‘chairs’. Three minutes of mediocre virtual reality with a cheap Quest style headset, for $35+ U.S. Go see Flyover at the former Hard Rock café, much better experience, and cheaper to boot!
    Visited May 2023
    Written May 5, 2023
  • Harrison W
    Adelaide, Australia161 contributions
    Super walkable
    Came to Las Vegas for my sister's 21st and what a way to celebrate! You must definitely can't walk from the airport to the strip, as it all seems a lot closer than it really is, but once on the strip, you can easily walk from one end to another. may take a bit of time but hey that's how you see everything and discover the little hidden gems of the strip. If you don't like walking they have a couple of monorails from different hotels to take you around and there are plenty of escalators to take you up and around the overpasses to make walking the strip more convenient. Be prepared though there are dudes trying to hand out cards and CD's and they will make you pay if you touch/ take them. Can also get really hot during the day and with the sun reflecting off the hotels and pavement so make sure to wear comfy shoes and water.
    Visited April 2023
    Written May 14, 2023
  • Grover R
    Pensacola, Florida18,062 contributions
    Why You Come to Las Vegas - Adult Playground of Lights, Shows and Meals
    We visited Las Vegas as the final part of our 8 couple Spring Break trip after seeing the Utah 5 national parks. I will say most of our group were not gamblers so we were looking for other attractions in the city and the Strip itself is a highlight. We stayed at the Paris Las Vegas, ate at many places along the Strip and saw two shows on the Strip, the Beatles Cirque du Solie and Matt Franco's Magic Show. Whether day or night there is always something to do here. This is why you come to Las Vegas in so many ways.
    Visited March 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written June 3, 2023
  • Daniel Matless
    13 contributions
    Be prepared to walk.....a lot!
    It`s not really possible to sum up the strip in one review. 3 or 4 miles of huge casino resorts, free shows such as the Bellagio fountains & mirage volcano, (be quick, it `s going this year, cafe`s, bars, shops, etc are what`s on offer. Everywhere is further away than it looks, It can take 10 minutes to walk past just one of the big resorts. Wear comfortable shoes & clothes and stop off for drinks along the way, and if you decide to explore any of the big hotels, allow at least an hour for each. We enjoy picking a street-side cafe or bar and people-watching for a while before heading off to explore further.
    Visited June 2023
    Written June 11, 2023
  • 1stHonestReviewer
    33 contributions
    Amazing Experience
    Las Vegas is for everyone even if your not a gambler, we walked from hotel to hotel just enjoying the experience and air conditioning. Felt very safe all the time day and night. Make sure you check the times to see the fountains erupt at the Bellagio and the Volcano at the Mirage- amazing and not over crowded. Use Walgreens and CVS for cheaper drinks to take to take in your room than hotel prices, seems to be a thing that wandering around drinking is quite popular for all ages. Use the Deuce bus to Hop on and off, better to by a 3 day pass rather 24 hr pass. Do compare Uber prices to local taxi's as did not seem to be same charges as UK so not always cheaper. Be prepared to tip but we had amazing service everywhere so well worth it. There is a free tram from Mandela Bay to save a few foot steps if walking down to the Las Vegas Sign.
    Visited May 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written July 1, 2023
  • Tofurry
    Renton, Washington1,051 contributions
    A lot to explore along the Strip, but do it at night!
    Fun to walk or drive up and down the Strip, but walking should be during the evening time in July. Otherwise, it is so hot! It got to 107 degrees when we were there in mid-July. It is also nice to see it all lit up in the dark. Free parking is offered by only few hotels. The rest seem to have free parking for 1 hr. The hotels we parked at for free were Treasure Island, Venetian and Rio. The Strip is huge though.
    Visited July 2023
    Written July 22, 2023
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World T
10 contributions
Feb 2024 • Friends
Much better than three years ago! No more people sprawled out on the sidewalks and pedestrian bridges. It's much less scary than in the past now. With all the sidewalk entertainer wannabes flashing the flesh, this is no place for families pushing strollers at midnight.
Most of the tourists now seem to be fairly young and don't look like the well-heeled gamblers of past decades. With the city now catering to casual tourists everything is priced double what it should be. Beer is $10-$15 everywhere. Meals are so very high, too. I spotted a $27 cheeseburger meal at Johnny Rockets!!
And you had better be in good physical shape to walk the Strip as everything looks deceivingly close and there are absolutely no benches anywhere. Over 50% of the bridge escalators are out of order as well as many of the elevators. Mostly the "up" escalators, too!
It's an exciting destination for the young and rich today. Just bring your patience to deal with the crowds and traffic.
Written February 23, 2024
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williamlV2902CQ
Belleville3 contributions
Feb 2024 • Friends
Hate the fact that everything revolves around casinos. Very difficult to move efficiently from one locale to another without being obligated to pass through a casino.
Food was overpriced, oversized, and mediocre at best.
Tram transportation was uncoordinated and generally took as much time as walking.
Written February 22, 2024
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angfam2023
Baja California, Mexico2 contributions
Feb 2024 • Family
Walked; impossible to avoid drunks, drug addicts homeless and mentally unstable people.
The new buildings “casinos” are high rise apartments. Nostalgia is being faded out.
Written February 22, 2024
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MNRLVEU
Columbus, OH293 contributions
Feb 2024 • Couples
It is really hard to describe the strip, it is a great place with about anything you could want. The casinos/ hotels are all over the top and offer a different vibe. There is a lot to see and don’t be fooled by the actual distance between places, it might look close but it can be quite a walk just from one to the next. It is a sight to see and really comes alive at night.
Written February 15, 2024
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sashakeena
Vancouver, Canada11,510 contributions
Jan 2024 • Couples
We don’t come here often, however highly recommend enjoying the site’s & sound coming from the Strip! We like taking a cab if we travel too far, as it’s easier on the feet! Restaurants, shops plus seeing interesting 🤨 characters!
Written February 3, 2024
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James J
10 contributions
Mar 2023 • Friends
great place even so diamond clubs have been taken out there is so many places at good prices and the great food can not wait to go back soon and very clean can not say enough we love the flamingo
Written January 22, 2024
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WendyLP8888
Saint-Lazare, Canada23 contributions
Jun 2023 • Family
I have been to the strip many times, it was nice but I found it a little run down after COVID, a lot of detours to get around. It was still nice - that "Vegas" vibe was still in the air.
Written January 21, 2024
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Lenny H
Auckland, New Zealand748 contributions
Nov 2023 • Couples
An amazing experience. So much to do and see. Unfortunately the experience was marred by the Formula One set up. I’d recommend if you’re not there for the F1, that you don’t go in November.
Written January 6, 2024
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bcheong
Shanghai, China26,654 contributions
Dec 2023 • Couples
No other place in the world pack so much entertainment on 1 strip. Each hotel is a destination in itself. Things to see and do, so many shows, peoplr watch, eating, shopping. A fun couple of days
Written December 29, 2023
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Mike from Rival Town
Niagara Falls, Canada156 contributions
Nov 2023 • Friends
I was so blown away with my first visit to Vegas! There’s just countless options of things to do. Even if you’re not a gambler (which I definitely am not) there’s still so much to do. I think Vegas has realized that the newer generations don’t care as much about gambling as the previous generations so they’ve been trying to shift into more shows and entertainment. I don’t even know where to start (check out my other reviews). The Big Apple Coaster was a blast, Stranger Things Store is a must-do if you’re a fan of the show, The Linq Promenade was a cool spot, and it’s just mind blowing walking through all of the hotels and casinos. Another great thing I didn’t realize is there’s amazing resorts for all kinds of budgets! If you wanna really treat yourself to a luxurious/expensive stay, then choose Belaggio, Mirage, Resort World, Wynn, The Venetian, Caesars Palace. If you don’t plan on staying in the room much and don’t wanna spend as much on your stay but still wanna enjoy a cool spot, then go Flamingo, Luxor, Excalibur, New York New York, Mandalay Bay. Every single hotel has something really cool and special to offer!
Written December 12, 2023
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