Welcome to Las Vegas Strip Hotels!
You'll find everything you need to know about the Las Vegas Strip on our website, including great hotel offers plus an interactive map of The Strip with hotel names so you can locate your ideal Vegas hotel.
Las Vegas Strip, or to give it's proper name, Las Vegas Boulevard South, is probably one of the most exciting stretches of road in the world. If you’re looking for casinos, shows, world-class restaurants, bars & nightclubs you’ll find it all right here in the the middle of the Nevada desert.
There are over 30 hotels on The Strip covering everyone's budget. The interactive hotel map below gives you a rough idea of locations.
But don't underestimate the Strip though, it's over 4 miles long and will take around 90 minutes to walk from the Stratosphere at the top to Mandalay Bay at the bottom, and that's without going through the miles and miles of casinos, shops and restaurants that are inside the hotels!
If you're looking for some guidance on where to stay on your next Las Vegas holiday then check out our hotel pages for our views:
We have pulled together all the 4.5/5 star hotels on The Strip for you to view. These are the best of the best, a real treat for your next visit to Las Vegas. View luxury hotels.
Our personal favourite is Caesars Palace, a playground for all.
These hotels offer great locations, and good value for money. You may even decide to stay in one of the classic Vegas landmarks! View mid-range hotels.
Our favourite, and the last place we stayed in Vegas, is the Monte Carlo, the friendly staff and poker room were particularly good!
If you want to save your money for the other delights of Vegas, then we have the cheaper hotels listed for you, but they still have the benefit of a great location. View budget hotels.
The best location is probably held by The Quad.
From Celine Dion to Cirque du Soleil and Comedy Shows, there's plenty of entertainment to choose from when on holiday in Vegas and we've got some great prices on tickets. View Shows.
If you fancy a helicopter trip over The Strip or to visit the Grand Canyon or Hoover Dam then visit our new Experiences page.
There are several modes of transport for getting up and down The Strip, from the Las Vegas Monorail to 24 hour Deuce buses and free trams, you can find out more on our Hotel Map page.
One of the most common questions on Vegas is how far is it from one hotel to another. Check out the handy chart on the Hotel Map page which will give you a rough idea of the distance between the most popular hotels on The Strip.
Me in a shoe at The Cosmopolitan!
Having been to Las Vegas on several occasions I thought I'd share some top tips, especially for those first time Vegas visitors.
The latest blog covers gambling etiquette and some useful tips on budgeting.
Upcoming Las Vegas Headliner Shows
Elton John Caesars Palace 30th Mar - 26th Apr Tickets from $132
Britney Spears Planet Hollywood 25th & 26th April Tickets from $300
Guns N' Roses Hard Rock Hotel 21st May - 7th Jun Tickets from $146
Cher MGM Grand 25th May Tickets from $72
Lionel Richie Mandalay Bay 6th June Tickets from $82
& CeeLo Green
Our interactive map of the Las Vegas Strip with hotel names on it gives you an idea of where all the hotels are located. Click on a hotel name for more information & the latest prices.
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