New York New York Hotel in Vegas

Vegas is known as “Sin City”, a gambler’s paradise, adult playground and entertainment capital of the world. However, Vegas also offers amazing food for the foodies, great shopping for the shopaholic and great architecture. Below is an itinerary for how to spend 24 hours in Vegas. Keep in mind that you will not want to walk the strip even if it looks like it’s a 5 minute walk. It may actually take you hours and depending on the time of your visit, it maybe way to hot to even walk 10 minutes. To get you inspired about this trip, I would recommend watching Vegas Vacation with Chevy Chase!

Jubilee show in Vegas

Start by having breakfast at any hotel that you are staying at. If you are looking for a great Parisian breakfast of pastries, crepes and great coffee, visit the Paris Las Vegas Hotel. Continue your day by walking between luxury hotels in Vegas to another, I would suggest starting at either end of the strip. I would suggest starting at Mandalay Hotel and slowly move your way down the strip to make sure you see all the hotels on the way. (Including Luxor, Excaliber, and NY NY Hotel) If you get tired and feel like lunch, catch a taxi or the monorail down to Caesars Palace for a nice buffet lunch. After lunch, go to the Bellagio to watch the fountain show which plays every 30 minutes.

Paris Hotel in Vegas

Continue your day by going to the Mirage, the Venetian, and at 7:30 catch the pirate show at the Treasure Island hotel. For the evening, catch one of many shows playing in Vegas such as: Celine Dion, Cirque de Soleil, the Blue Man show and Cabaret shows.

After the show, check out one of the many available nightclubs such as Pure Nightclub in Caesars Palace or Tao Nightclub in the Venetian hotel.

Light Show in Old Vegas
For those that have a bit more time in Vegas, you should spend more time visiting each hotel, maybe gamble, watch more shows, do some shopping at Fashion Show Mall or inside the hotels, venture into many buffets and restaurants and do not forget to visit the Old Vegas. It will bring you back to what Vegas was before its facelift in1989 when resorts were built to become more than a gambling city. For those that feel comfortable in a helicopter why not take one of the many vegas helicopter tours. Also, if you have a few extra days, a trip to the Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam will let you relax from all the action and be inspired by its natural beauty.