Las Vegas, Nevada

Viva Las Vegas; the city with no limits is in Nevada, US. The bright lights, dazzling shows, giant casinos, and nightlife make this a world-renowned ‘resort city’. Las Vegas Valley is the leading financial, cultural and commercial centre for Nevada.

Get Your Charter Flight To Las Vegas With Admiral Jet

Arrive like a star to Las Vegas by flying into McCarran International Airport. The airport is perfectly located just 10 minutes from the Strip.

The airport is open for private jets 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It’s the perfect introduction to the city. You can also visit the airport to take helicopter tours of the city and the Grand Canyon.

Spend Your Time Enjoying The World Famous Casinos

Vegas is a “resort city”, so there are plenty of things to do! Of course, the first thing on the list will be what made the city so famous – the opportunities for you to destress and let off some steam.

The Casinos and hotels are vast, be prepared to spend a fair amount of your time exploring everything that is on offer within these colossal buildings. Gambling in Vegas is a pass-time activity, and the casinos operate 24/7. You can also get free refreshments as you use these facilities.

Gambling Not Your Thing?

You can do so much more in Vegas than gamble. Some of the biggest and most spectacular shows take place in Las Vegas. From attending a superstars residency performance, or checking out the more independent shows, Vegas has become home to some of the entertainment industry’s most iconic performances.

From the golden age of Hollywood to the modern-day, Vegas has become synonymous with stars such as Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Celine Dion, Barry Manilow and so many more.

A Shoppers Paradise

The hotels in Vegas are more than just a place to sleep, eat, and gamble. The Venetian Hotel is home to some of the most lavish and stylish high-end fashion stores around. Even more impressive is the decor of the shopping centre, it looks and feels like you’re in Italy (Venice to be exact). It really is a wonderful experience.

Top Tips

Food In Vegas

Vegas has some of the best cuisines that can be found in one place. From famous buffets at Caesars Palace to incredible high-end restaurants. Just try and avoid popular eating times or book in advance. With over 41 million people visiting each year, it can be challenging to get a table without a long wait time.

Carry A Jacket, Sunscreen And A Hat

Nevada is obviously a hot desert, so the sunscreen and hat make sense to protect your skin from the heat. However, all of the hotels, casinos, malls and any indoor space have incredible air conditioning. Be prepared for the drop in temperature by carrying a jacket with you.

Use The Indoor Walkway System

As it can get so hot in Las Vegas, you can often expect temperatures to reach a sweltering 40℃ (104℉) during the summer months. To avoid the oppressive heat, the city has a series of indoor walkways that link all of the hotels, casinos and primary public spaces. This is a fantastic way to go along the strip (which is a staggering distance).

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