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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
General Entertainment
“From New Strip to Old Strip (Fremont Street), there's plenty of sights to see. ”
  • 123 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“That place is really different to the other place in Las Vegas is more quite and calm if you want to walk around and see store is good place for you.”
  • 128 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Just down the street from the from the home. Some of todays premier brands at a discount. ”
  • 76 locals recommend
Fountain
“Enjoy their breathtaking fountain show hourly or every half hour along with beautiful music. Parking is free within first 60 mins.”
  • 38 locals recommend
Casino
“Prepare to be mesmerized by this breathtaking water and light show! Choreographed to a concert of classical, opera, Broadway and pop music, this 15 minute aquatic jaw dropper can be viewed from many locations in the Bellagio, or right from the Strip sidewalk. And its FREE!”
  • 88 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Home to all the worlds best brands in one Mall. Located at Cesars Palace on the Strip. Distance = 7.1 Miles”
  • 31 locals recommend
Theme Park Ride / Attraction
“This is a must-try! Get your happy hour tickets for the ferris wheel! you'll be inside one of the ferris wheel balls with a bar for about 30 to 40 minutes of unlimited drinking and beautiful Vegas views as you rise over the skyline.”
  • 56 locals recommend
Nightclub
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“Omnia has 75,000 square feet with 3 completely different areas. The Main Room plays EDM, Heart of Omnia plays Hip Hop & R&B, and the Terrace is an outdoor lounge that overlooks the Strip. Once in a while they also have Latin Night.”
  • 33 locals recommend
Hotel
“If you like their party this hotel is really excellent has a lot restaurant and bar.”
  • 35 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Close to the Signature-you can walk over and go in a side entrance on Harmon Avenue. Shopping, restaurants and bars. In the lower level there is a Walgreens and Planet Hollywood Casino. This is also a great air conditioned cut thru to the Las Vegas Strip if walking.”
  • 19 locals recommend
Nightclub
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“Drai's is the undisputed king of Las Vegas hiphop venues, featuring concert style live performances from a virtual who's who of the urban hiphop & RnB elite.”
  • 30 locals recommend
Park
“Beautiful Park packed with Fun activities Duck pond, bbq grills, running trails, Beach volley ball courts .”
  • 40 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“THE BEST all you can eat sushi in Las Vegas! Only $22 for lunch and $27 for dinner. Open until 2 am. Be sure to order the Crunch Lobster Roll :)”
  • 7 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Again a casino draw, but worth making time to go there. Check times as they close early. ”
  • 8 locals recommend
Lounge
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“Ladies nights on Wednesday’s. Latin Nights on Thursday’s, but any day you decide to go, it’s guaranteed a good night. Outside patio, live music and hookah available. The drinks and food are delicious. ”
  • 35 locals recommend
Casino
“This beautiful casino is near by, they have the Grand Cafe food specials from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m., $9.99 steak and eggs, $4.99 all you can eat pancakes, $4.99 cheese burger meal. There's a brunch on Sunday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. that includes bottomless mimosas. just sign up and use the player's card which you can do as soon as you arrive to the casino. This is called The feast buffet and is around $17 ”
  • 41 locals recommend

Top restaurants

Restaurant
“THE BEST all you can eat sushi in Las Vegas! Only $22 for lunch and $27 for dinner. Open until 2 am. Be sure to order the Crunch Lobster Roll :)”
  • 7 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Polished quarters in a Roman-themed property with a buzzy casino, upscale dining & entertainment.”
  • 32 locals recommend
Golf Driving Range
“Yelp 5 star review: Super fun place to test out your golfing skills! A nice addition to the Vegas strip since it provides an extra alternative to gambling or dayclubbing in 100 degree heat in the summer. Uber would be easiest to get here, but they have shuttles running from MGM also. If you're concerned about hourly rates, it's best to check their rates schedule. Weekdays before noon are cheapest for the first 2 floors. We arrived on a Thursday at 11:30am. They said it would be a 30 minute wait for the first 2 floors, or we could go up to the top floor. It would've been the same price anyway so up we went. The top floor is nicer anyway because there are no kids, and the view is better. We got stationed at one of the bays on the very end, so it was a weird angle to play at. The actual golfing was fun though! They have all kinds of clubs for you to use. There are different types of games also, but we just stuck with the basic one. Our first hour went by super fast because no one had golfed before so we took forever. We added an extra hour, which I thought was a bit overkill. I started getting really tired of golf by 90 min, but did enjoy watching others hit and cheering them on. They have an extensive menu if you want to order drinks or food. There is also a pool and cornhole in the non golfing areas. The price isn't too bad if you're mindful. Extra hours, food, and drinks could make your final bill very large. But if you're in Vegas, you're probably willing to splurge for a good time!”
  • 23 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Inside Palms Casino food court. Right next to the Brenden Theater. Great snack before\after\during the movies :)”
  • 1 local recommends
Sandwich Place
“Inside Palms Casino food court. Right next to the Brenden Theater. Great snack before\after\during the movies :)”
  • 2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“We love Cafe 6. It's located in Palms Place near the strip, on the 6th floor. They have a great bar and restaurant with a really nice atmosphere. We love the BLTA stack that we LOVE. When you are done eating, you can go down to the main floor and head to the casino at the Palms!”
  • 5 locals recommend
Buffet
“A.Y.C.E., a celebration of All-You-Can-Eat is redefining the Vegas buffet. Worldly cuisine presented in an innovative, technique-focused fashion will be the signature of A.Y.C.E., which will host guests in an open food hall setting. A.Y.C.E. features from-scratch recipes and various cooking methods set across seven stations: The Greenery, The Hearth, The Roastery, World Pan, Smoke & Fire, Revival & Sweet & Light.”
  • 5 locals recommend

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