Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas has everything the average sin-loving hedonistic adult wants; 24/7 gambling, non-stop entertainment, raging night clubs, world-class restaurants, inexpensive food ($1 shrimp cocktails), the hottest strip clubs, eclectic bars and of course, an endless supply of beautiful ladies. Do we need to say more?

Now let's just say, for the sake of argument, that you are not a horrible person and that you are not looking to compete for who can go to hell first. No problem. Las Vegas has indoor skydiving, shows that feature men with blue-painted faces, malls with roller coasters, Cirque du Soleil in every version humanly possible, scenic tours to the Grand Canyon and most importantly, discreet confessional booths inside every one of their chapels.

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You can take Vegas to any level and still have fun. Yeah you can ride a Gondola at the Venetian Hotel, throw some quarters at the slots, watch all the great Vegas shows, - Have a Blast. OR you can decide to go insane, gamble your savings, max out your credit cards, marry a stripper, and find out all the other cool stuff you did from the pictures on your friend's camera. It's all good. It's all for the taking. It's all Las Vegas!





Our Top Picks !

  • Bellagio$$$$

    3600 Las Vegas Blvd.

    Exuding opulence and luxury with its dancing fountains, the Bellagio features magnificent rooms with over-the-top decoration and boasts 17 sommeliers, 19 restaurants, a great sports bars and one of the classiest clubs on the strip.

  • The Venetian$$$

    3355 Las Vegas Blvd.

    Luxurious and spacious suites with world-class amenities. The Venetian features 30 restaurants, Broadway entertainment, and the raucous adults-only Tao Beach pool party by day, Tao nightclub by night. One of the hippest parties on the strip.

  • Wynn & Encore$$$$

    3121 Las Vegas Blvd. S

    Offers the best of everything (for a price). World-class restaurants, two of the hottest clubs in Vegas; XS and Tryst, relaxing spas, an 18-hole golf course and modern, extra-spacious guest rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows.

  • The Palazzo$$$

    3225 S Las Vegas Blvd.

    The Palazzo links to the Venetian so you get to experience the best of both worlds. 30+ restaurants, two huge casinos, 2 great nightclubs, the Venetian's Gondola canal and some of the largest accommodations offered in Vegas.

  • Hard Rock Hotel$$

    4455 Paradise Rd

    Trendy and hipster, The Hard Rock is a cool hotel for the younger crowd. It's off the strip and smallish, but offers a few solid venues on site like The Joint, Vanity, Center Bar and Rehab, their quintessential daytime pool party.

  • MGM Grand$$

    3799 Las Vegas Blvd S

    The MGM Grand is BIG. Offering something for everyone, specially gamblers and those who like to see live tigers in the lobby, the MGM features a massive casinos and endless entertainment options with comfortable and spacious rooms.

  • M Resort$$

    12300 Las Vegas Blvd S

    Going off-strip usually means losing some of the flair that comes with the newest L.V. resorts. The M is an exception with a hip pool area, a modern vibe and a great selection of food. Offers complimentary shuttle transportation to the strip.

  • Aria Hotel$$$

    3730 Las Vegas Blvd S

    Very modern and comfortable rooms with one remote that controls EVERYTHING. Located off the strip but The City Center Complex is self-contained featuring hot clubs (Haze and View Lounge) and one of the best sports books around.

  • The Palms$$

    4321 W Flamingo Rd

    The Palms deserves its reputation as a party kingdom for its multiple nightclubs and notorious pool party. Recommended for those who want to experience a weekend of debauchery. This is the epitome of "What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas."

  • Caesar's Palace$$$

    3570 Las Vegas Blvd

    The hotel of choice for "The Hangover", the classic Caesars Palace has one of the largest casinos in Vegas and includes an extensive poker room. PURE nightclub is located here as well as the adults-only Venus Pool and several top restaurants.

  • Jose Fernandos$$$

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  • XS $$$

    Encore Hotel: 3121 Las Vegas Blvd.

    As if a sizzling interior and stunning outdoor patio is not’t enough, this club also has a pool inside for an intimate or extravagant night. The dance floor features a rotating chandelier and state-of-the-art audio and lights.

  • Tao $$$

    Venetian: 3355 Las Vegas Blvd

    Tao hosts some of the hottest parties on the strip. A catwalk, moat, lounge and sushi bar are just few of the things you'll see. The main dance floor is on the 2nd floor and the 3rd floor offers fresh air and soothing saxophone tunes.

  • Pure $$$

    Caesars Palace: 3570 Las Vegas Blvd.

    This multi-level, multi-room hotspot attracts A-list celebs and chic clientele. The main room features top DJs and a dance floor surrounded by oversized beds. The second floor features an open air terrace with amazing views of the strip.

  • Chateau $$$

    Paris Hotel: 3655 Las Vegas Blvd

    Located directly on the Strip. Features a 10-foot-tall marble mantel fireplace containing the elevated DJ booth spinning an eclectic blend of house, dance, hip-hop and mainstream music amid a vibrant scenery overlooking the Strip.

  • Tryst $$$

    Wynn Hotel: 3131 Las Vegas Blvd S

    A very fun and high energy club featuring top DJs, multiple settings, and a amazing 94 foot waterfall with a lake and 200 year old living trees lined up along a manmade mountain. This certainly offers a club experience unlike any other.

  • Marquee $$$

    The Cosmopolitan: 3708 Las Vegas Blvd S.

    One of the biggest clubs in Vegas with multiple floors, cool decor, a roof top pool and an amazing lounge area. The first floor has a hip hop room, the second floor house music with an outdoor area, and the third floor offers table service.

  • Surrender $$$

    Encore Hotel: 3121 Las Vegas Blvd

    One of the newest clubs where you can lounge on lily pads in the pool by day, and at night, it transforms into an exclusive nightclub with an impressive lineup of DJs, great dance floor, and a luxurious outdoor lounge-like setting.

  • Drai's Afterhours $$$

    3595 Las Vegas Blvd S

    This French restaurant transforms into one hot club after hours. Vegas clubs close at 4am, But Drai's stays open well after you've missed your flight home. Some of the best after hours parties and worst decisions are made here!

  • Vanity $$$

    4455 Paradise Rd

    The 14,000 square foot venue features two marble bars, a sunken dance floor, 50 VIP booths, an outdoor terrace with cabanas with access to Sky Bar and because it's at the Hard Rock, you will certainly find some talent.

  • Haze $$$

    Aria Hotel: 3730 Las Vegas Blvd S

    Haze is a fresh massive 25,500 square foot club offering 2 levels, a VIP lounge and a great lineup of DJs. Then there are the 3D effects, wall screens, cabaret dancers and light effects that will just overwhelm your senses.

  • Joël RobuchonFrench$$$$

    MGM Grand: 3799 Las Vegas Blvd

    Considered by many to be the ultimate dining experience in Vegas. Rated 19/20 in Gayot and the only 3 Michelin Star restaurant in town. Features Truffled langoustine ravioli and Spiny Lobster. The bread cart alone is worth the experience!

  • PicassoFrench / Spanish$$$$

    Bellagio: 3600 Las Vegas Blvd

    Rated 18/20 by Gayot. Features a menu inspired by the regional cuisine of France and Spain where Pablo Picasso lived. The restaurant is open for lunch or dinner and offers a wonderful environment surrounded by Picasso art work.

  • TwistFrench / Steakhouse$$$$

    Mandarin: 3752 Las Vegas Blvd

    One of Gayot's top 10 New Restaurants in the US. Rated 16/20. With only 60 seats, it is small for a Las Vegas Restaurant. Located on the 23rd floor of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. Chef Pierre Gagnaire is a French fusion cuisine pioneer.

  • CutSteakhouse$$$$

    Palazzo: 3325 Las Vegas Blvd

    Gayot Rating 15/20. Offerings include bone-in and bone-free rib-eye, filet mignon, New York sirloin, and Kobe-style beef from Snake River Farms; All grilled over hardwood and charcoal, then finished under a 1,200-degree broiler.

  • Estiatorio MilosGreek$$$

    The Cosmo: 3708 Las Vegas Blvd

    Highly recommended for a nice Greek lunch. Acclaimed chef and restaurateur Costas Spiliadi's menu list the provenance of each fish; From Greek red mullet to Agadir anchovies, Tunisian octopus to Mediterranean langoustines.

  • BartolottaItalian / Seafood$$$$

    Wynn: 3131 Las Vegas Blvd S.

    Award-honored Chef Paul Bartolotta and his namesake ristorante celebrates the bounty of Italy’s coastal regions. The result is as authentic Italian food as one can find outside Italy with the fish being flown daily from the Mediterranean.

  • StackSteakhouse / Seafood$$$

    Mirage: 3400 Las Vegas Blvd.

    The stacked-wood walls and young friendly staff create a trendy and fun atmosphere. Try the small plates that include Adult Tater Tots, Crunchy Tuna Tacos, and Hot Rocks with sirloin cooked on stones in a bamboo steamer.

  • FireflyTapas Bar$$

    3900 Paradise Rd

    Located in a small strip mall - A favorite casual place to eat in Vegas which is highly recommended. Order in small batches to take advantage of the incredible variety. Most of the dishes here are fairly inexpensive and are all great.

  • RakuJapanese$$$

    5030 Spring Mountain Rd

    The Japanese have the art of food presentation imbued in their food culture and none other than Raku epitomises this. Arguabley, one of the best Japanese Robata grill/restaurant in town if not the entire USA. Off the strip but worth the trip.

  • KomolVegetarian / Thai$$

    953 E Sahara Ave Ste E-10

    One of the best Thai restaurant in Vegas with excellent reviews. Far from fancy and not on the best location but you go there for the food. Featuring an extensive menu with great authentic dishes. Located off Sahara in a large strip mall.

  • Spearmint Rhino $$$

    3344 South Highland Dr.

    Spearmint Rhino attracts the best talent around. The sheer number of women at the Rhino will blow you away. (No pun intended). It can get packed on the weekends so come early and get a VIP table. Life will never be the same.

  • Sapphire Gentlemen's Club $$$

    3025 Industrial Rd

    This monstrosity of a club features 70,000 square feet of pulsating beats and nakedness. On good night's, it's great, but on slow Vegas nights, most girls go to Spearmint Rhine. However, like any other B-rated girl, they try harder.

  • The Olympic Garden $$$

    1531 Las Vegas Blvd S

    Located on the strip, this two story club caters to both men and women. Women's section is located upstairs. This club is not the ritziest or newest, but the location is convenient and the ladies make it very worthwhile.

  • Crazy Horse III $$

    3525 W Russell Rd

    Blending what most people want in an exotic dancer, from the girl-next-door type to the tattooed, this club looks like a hot nightclub with stripper poles. Featuring multiple seating areas and sofas sprinkled about for an interesting evening.

  • Jaguars $$$$

    3355 Procyon St

    Roman inspired, it's huge size and presentation has earned it the title of "mega club". Jaguars creates a club experience unlike any other. The food is a few steps above typical club food and happy hour runs throughout the week.

  • Larry Flynt's Hustler $$

    6007 Dean Martin Dr

    Over 3-stories, 70,000 square feet of pure adult entertainment, making it the largest strip club to date. Features multiple VIP booths, glass panels that offer peepshow views, fully equipped VIP suites and outdoor patio seating with inflatable hot tubs.

  • Treasures $$$

    2801 Westwood Dr

    Exuding class and style, Treasures features some of the most beautiful ladies Vegas has to offer. Meticulously decorated, you will feel like you are attending a 17th century opera, but with naked girls around you.

  • Club Paradise $$$

    4416 Paradise Rd

    Located right across from the Hard Rock hotel. Club Paradise has the one of the best VIP rooms. Beautiful dancers, lavish decor, and great service. The mini stage in the room's center with its gorgeous girls is the real attention grabber.

  • Little Darlings $$

    1514 Western Ave

    Fully nude with a nice variety of dancers, Little Darlings is a comfortable place to enjoy dancers in all their glory. No alcohol is served but you get unlimited sodas and juices. At the center stage, the stripper poles are among Las Vegas' tallest.

  • The Palomino Club $$$

    1848 Las Vegas Blvd N

    The Palomino is the only all-nude club in Vegas that serves alcohol. They serve ALCOHOL! The club has an classic Vegas feel to it with an oversized stage. Check out the Lipstick Lounge, a private room with a stage, bar, waitress and dancers.

  • Paris Casino $$

    3655 Las Vegas Blvd S

    Paris Casino features a fake Eiffel Tower, and a gay friendly staff. Enjoy slots, table games, race and sports betting, craps and more. Great bands play in the casino at night, with a dance floor - no need to wait in line for a club.

  • The Garage $

    1487 E Flamingo Rd

    Ironically, this car repair theme bar is clean and easy to have a conversation. Bartenders are called mechanics, and drinks with names like Fuel Injector and Transmission Fluid offer several layers of entendre to support a good time.

  • Goodtimes $

    1775 E Tropicana Ave

    Good times abound at this aptly named bar. Goodtimes is generally down to earth for an artsy club. Avoid the crowds be going early, but beware, the bar fills up with no room on the dance floor after 1 am. Known for Thursday is Goth night

  • Piranha $$

    4633 Paradise Rd

    The Piranha filled aquarium may conjure a predatory environment, but Piranha is nothing to be afraid of. Located in the "Paradise Fruit Loop," Piranha features a concrete dance floor, surrounded by cushy seating. Enjoy the VIP lounge.

  • The Affair $$$

    3765 S Las Vegas Blvd

    The Affair is a theatrically themed club built in a 25,000 square foot theater, utilizing the stage and four themed rooms featuring go-go dancers, and costumed characters. One of the only gay bars on the Strip,

  • Fun Hog Ranch $

    495 E Twain Ave

    The logo of the Fun Hog Ranch is a pig dressed as a biker. The bar is reputed for being a down to earth favorite of locals with a rustic feel. Leather and fetish wear is encouraged, but street clothes are welcome also.

  • Gipsy $

    46-5 Paradise Rd

    Gipsy attracts a mixed crowd with high party energy. Sunken dance floor surrounded by people watchers create an arena like atmosphere for the ultimate dance off. Features drag contests and theme nights during the week.

  • Temptation Sunday at Luxor $

    3900 Las Vegas Blvd s

    Temptation Pool Party is a daytime pool party for the entire alternative lifestyle crowd. Enjoy drink specials, LGBT theme parties and attractive people of all genders. The pool is the perfect way to cool down while heating things up.

  • Share Nightclub $$$

    4636 Wynn Rd

    "Arrive beautiful, leave ugly," says one visitor about this gay party room. Share features a popular go-go dancer show with men reportedly imported from LA. Enjoy theme nights, and DJ drag queens playing top 40 dance music.

  • Drink & Drag Lounge $$

    450 Fremont St

    If you're looking to play with black balls and pins, you can't go wrong at Drink & Drag Lounge. The club has a bowling alley, drag queens, music, video gams, dancing and drinking. It's great for a group with disparate interests.

  • Wynn Las Vegas $$$$

    3131 Las Vegas Blvd. South

    Upscale poker room with a large variety of games. The skill level is challenging, but casual player can hold his own. The poker room has its own "Games in Progress" app telling you how long the wait is for each game.

  • The Bellagio $$$$$

    3600 S Las Vegas Blvd.

    You probably know the Bellagio's famous fountains from any number of films from Ocean's 11 to Hangover, but did you know the poker room is host to many high profile poker tournaments and the stakes in the "Bobby's Room" can reach to $8,000?

  • Planet Hollywood $$

    3667 Las Vegas Blvd S

    Planet Hollywood has a little something for all kinds of degenerates in your party: Gamblers will enjoy the three acre casino floor; Womanizers will enjoy the go-go dancers at the table games; and Movie Nerds will dig the film memorabilia.

  • Mandalay Bay $$$

    3950 Las Vegas Blvd S

    This tropical themed hotel features an aquarium with real sharks (the ones that will kill you while swimming, not the ones you need to avoid when in Vegas!). Casino has poker, baccarat, blackjack, roulette, craps and all your favorite games.

  • Caesar's Palace $$$

    3570 Las Vegas Blvd

    With it's ancient Roman facade, Ceasar's Palace is perhaps the most recognizable hotel on the strip. The poker room is a favorite of locals - one tourist described it as "being like a goldfish in a shark tank." Try to hang if you dare!

  • Aria $$$

    3730 Las Vegas Blvd S

    Aria is the casino in MGM Resorts' CityCenter. It's central data center uses feedback from player activity to offer the most popular games. It is one of the only casinos in the world that lets in natural light through exterior windows.

  • Stratosphere $$

    2000 Las Vegas Blvd S

    If you like to go big, Stratosphere is the highest building in Vegas. It not only contains a full slate of casino games, it houses some of the highest amusement park thrill rides in the world - almost as thrilling as making that big bet.

  • Cosmopolitan $$$

    3708 Las Vegas Blvd S

    With a modern and clean look and feel, it's the high end example of what Vegas can be. Not only is it sleek and stylish, but you can enjoy tapas on a foosball table and eat dessert out of a real boot. Play roulette, and all the best games.

  • New Tropicana $$

    3801 S Las Vegas Blvd

    This is a newly renovated, state-of-the-art update of a classic of 50s era Vegas. The casino is still not too crowded, even with its new luxury vibe. Enjoy the interactive mob experience attraction so you leave feeling like a made man.

  • Pams Casino Resort $$$

    4321 W Flamingo Rd

    From the chic pool, to the sophisticated night life - to the good chance you'll spot a celebrity – the Palms offers it all; Including fine dining and a posh 95,000-square-foot casino with slots and tables filled with classy looking people.