Sin City is ridiculously popular. For the past three years, Las Vegas has shattered tourism records, according to data from the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. The City of Lights attracted an astounding 42 million visitors in 2015.
World-renowned casinos, fancy hotels and jaw-dropping shopping blocks – these are just some of the reasons why so many people flock to Las Vegas year after year. After all, this is a city that never sleeps – it just keeps evolving.
One of the greatest aspects of Las Vegas is its ability to surprise. Just when you think you know everything about the city, every all-hours casino and glitzy nightclub, something new pops up and takes your breath away all over again.
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Next time you score a trip to Las Vegas on a discount vacation package, try out these five brand new hotspots:
An outdoor waterfall, a man-made mountain, a bar carved into rocks – this nightclub lives up to its name. Add to those unique sights no fewer than 60 private tables, 14,000 square feet of packed dance floors and some of the best celebrity DJs in the world, and Intrigue promises to offer the best party you’ve ever had.
- Shake Shack
Right next to The Park – Las Vegas’s first community green space – Shake Shack brings a touch of real-world charm to Sin City’s over-the-top luxury. Try the signature Shack Attack Concrete, with its concoction of frozen chocolate custard, chocolate cookie dough and fudge sauce.
- T-Mobile Arena
This brand spanking new 20,000-seat concert venue, which opened in April with a show by The Killers, is pretty extravagant even by Las Vegas’ standards. With a range of luxury and party suites, premium seating and terraced tables, the T-Mobile Arena has plans to host more than 100 events every year – from Coldplay to Drake, Kanye West and even The Rolling Stones.
- Speed Vegas
One hundred acres of everything a racing enthusiast could want, this speed complex is home to the city’s longest exotic car track. Take on the Formula One-inspired track – with its 12 turns, 15-degree banks and 60 feet of total elevation – in any one of an array of Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Audis, Ford Shelby Mustangs and Corvettes.
It’s a casino, a nightclub, a restaurant – and it’s everything Las Vegas has to offer, all in one very glamorous place. Picture Blackjack table games and VIP bottle service, one-of-a-kind cocktails and Italian cuisine. This “casino club” has it all. The best part: LAVO is open seven days a week.
Bottom line: There’s a lot to see in Las Vegas, and every trip is unique. Planning a trip might seem expensive – until you consider the thousands you can save with the Las Vegas discount vacation packages from Travel Options. Browse our website to find unprecedented vacation discounts in Las Vegas, Daytona, Miami and other destinations across the United States.