Las Vegas is engaged in a relentless quest for the new, but at what cost? Here Sapphire Goss asks if the city is damaging the very thing that makes it unique as it seeks to eternally reinvent itself.
Las Vegas is known for its countless attractions and the bright lights and glamour of its 24-hour entertainment and gambling culture. But what are the highlights that the typical visitor might not know about both on and off the strip? Here Sapphire Goss heads off the beaten track for Breaking Travel News.
Designed for guests who want to travel on their own terms, Homewood Suites by Hilton Las Vegas City Centre offers guests all the comforts of home, whether they are traveling for work or enjoying a well-earned getaway.
The iconic Caesars Palace Las Vegas has completed the renovation of its Palace Tower, the resort’s largest tower, including 1,181 stylishly designed guest rooms and suites and a price tag topping $100 million.
Some 59 people are now thought to have been killed in a mass shooting in Las Vegas. A further 500 were injured during the incident at the Mandalay Bay Hotel on the famous Las Vegas Strip.
Billie Hakansson and her father Mark continue their road trip across the south-western United States. In part one we saw what they got up to in Los Angeles, while they here head out for tourism Mecca, Las Vegas. Find out more.
Caesars Entertainment will undertake a $90 million renovation of 1,270 rooms at Flamingo Las Vegas. The renovation will begin in late August 2017, with the first guest arrivals expected in November 2017, and final completion of all rooms expected in the second quarter of 2018.
Rafael Villanueva, senior director international sales, Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority, explains to Breaking Travel News how the destination continued to beat its tourism records, how important new airlift into the city is to that success, and reveals what we can look forward to in 2017 from this world beating destination.