Possibly you have brought in the New Year in exciting cities like New York, Paris, Rio or Monte Carlo, but in Las Vegas you can experience a taste of all these cities and more. Las Vegas is known for being a tourists’ paradise. Las Vegas is a happening place to celebrate any time of the year. By any stretch of the imagination, this city in the desert is your sure bet for a New Year’s Eve to remember.
If you have never been or haven’t visited lately, a new Las Vegas trend is the theme resort. The New York New York, the Rio, Monte Carlo, Paris are just a few of the theme resorts. For every new hotel room that is built in Las Vegas, 2.5 new jobs are created. Perhaps, this is the reason Las Vegas was voted number city in job growth the United States, for nearly two decades.
The New York New York Resort is Manhattan transferred a capsule of the real place Bán nhà phố Rio Vista Quận 9 . The look begins with an exterior designed to look like New York City office buildings. When architectural professionals gathered a few years ago in Las Vegas, they too gave it a “thumbs up.”
Over looking the main drag best known as “the Las Vegas Strip,” stands a 150-foot-tall replica of the Statue of Liberty. Nearby is a 300-foot-long Brooklyn Bridge. Inside the New York New York visitors come upon Central Park, Greenwich Village and Times Square, all in a smaller scale likeness.
Comparable to a palace, the Monte Carlo rests midway on Las Vegas Blvd. Strip. With Italian marble floors, elaborate arches, fountains and massive chandeliers, the Monte Carlo offers ambiance and a feeling of being transported to the real Monte Carlo in Monaco.
Just west of the Las Vegas Strip stands the Rio Hotel-Casino. At night, the Rio is alive with excitement. Extended through the casino are many restaurants, encompassing seafood and steak in a New Orleans atmosphere. The French Market buffets offer’s crawfish, among other specialties of the Louisiana bayou.
The Stratosphere Tower is the “must see” on the Las Vegas strip. At 1,149 feet, this is the tallest building west of the Mississippi River. It stands taller than the Eiffel Tower, which is a mere 985 feet and only slightly shorter than the Empire State Building rising at 1,250 feet.
The Tower pod, offers both indoor and outdoor observation decks. Day or night, this is the best place to view the city, the panorama of the Las Vegas valley below is awe inspiring. The breathtaking vistas in every direction include glimpses of several different states.
Within the middle of downtown is the unique Fremont Street Experience, a light extravaganza that defies description. Constructed above a five block long mall, the Fremont Street Experience is a canopy display of more than a million lights. Introduced as a show that is truly one of a kind, the production showings are free, lighting up on the hour nightly until midnight.
On New Year’s Eve you can let the feeling of revelry wrap around you. The Fremont Street Experience mall is filled with a loud joyous crowd, enjoying a festive celebration. It is a setting that dazzles and there is nothing comparable anywhere in the world.