This is Las Vegas. We're going to show you the best time to visit, where you should stay, what you should do and some local tips to make sure you make the most of your time in Las Vegas.
Hotel Price Comparison
Average price range $110 - $155
Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas
Seeking opulence and impeccable service? The Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas is trivago's top-pick for luxury lodging in Las Vegas ensuring your stay is equal parts glamorous and relaxing.
Desert Paradise Resort
Looking for a budget-friendly stay? The Desert Paradise Resort is trivago's top pick for accommodation that won't break the bank in Las Vegas, leaving you with more to spend enjoying the city.
The Neon Museum
Neon is synonymous with Las Vegas and the neon signs exemplify the evolution of design and technology. Each individual sign tells a unique story about itself, its creators, the time and place in which it was created, and its role in the history of Las Vegas. The Neon Museum — comprised of a visitors’ center in the historic former La Concha Motel lobby, nine restored signs in downtown Las Vegas, and the not to be missed Neon Boneyard (you can even have your Vegas wedding there!) — is the definitive place to learn all about it and see more than 200 iconic signs.Read more
"Las Vegas is a great destination to visit all year long. With a mild climate and more than 300 days of sunshine every year, the weather is always right for a good time. For a memorable experience, plan your visit around a celebration, sporting event, music festival or your favorite headliner. There’s something for everyone."
Courtney Fitzgerald, Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority
The Dancing Fountains at the Bellagio
People watch at the dancing fountains in front of the Bellagio.
Gambling at the Golden Nugget
Gambling novice? Take a lesson in gaming at the Golden Nugget.
The Sky Jump at the Stratosphere
Free fall 108 stories from the Sky Jump at the Stratosphere.
More Insider Tips
More tips available via Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority.
“Las Vegas is a fantastic destination year round as there’s always something going on in Sin City, but to avoid the stifling heat of the Nevada desert, I prefer the spring and fall.”