Simply put, the hotel you choose can make or break your girls only Las Vegas vacation. Make a mistake and pick a family hotel and you will not be happy as you make your way past the arcades with a Bourbon and Coke and a penchant for singing Kelly Clarkson at the top of your lungs.
Fun – Flamingo Hotel and Casino
The Flamingo Hotel is good for a couple of reasons. Its location in the center of the strip is ideal for those groups of who want to be mobile. If you need to move from casino to casino the Flamingo is going to be the place you should consider. If you are looking to save some money but still have a decent place to end the night the Flamingo can get you that as well.
Adventurous – Caesars Palace
You’ll spend a little more at Caesars Palace but you’ll get a lot in return. Caesars is very nice and the options for a group of women looking for fun are endless. Pure nightclub, Shadow Bar, Pussycat Lounge and more than a few bars and lounges make this a serious party goer’s mecca. Food options are abundant and you will not run out of options if you decide to shop.
Wild – Mandalay Bay
The Mandalay is an exceptional choice when deciding on a place that will give you all you can handle in Las Vegas. It’s proximity to the action can be rebuked but the truth is there is more than ample opportunity for you and the rest of the ladies to get into trouble at this resort. You can choose from rumjungle, Red Square, Mix, the House of Blues and eyecandy Soundbar and lounge for drinking and dancing options and the viable locations to dine are just as endless.
The Essential Planning Tools For Your Las Vegas Vacation
Take your time and do a little research and you’ll find some good deals.
- Research hotels, show tickets and attractions before you get go on vacation
- Research Show Tickets with Ticketmaster
- Researching Hotels? Find Deals, Compare Rates, and Read Hotel Reviews on TripAdvisor
- Explore Discounted Tours and Attractions with Viator.com.
- Compare package deals with Southwest Airline Vacations
- Check hotel prices with Kayak.com
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