While gambling is certainly a big draw to Las Vegas, what other activities are there if you don’t want to gamble?
There are many! Gambling has become much easier now, people can gamble at home such as you can enjoy live football betting Nigeria or any sports from anywhere in the world. If you are planning to spend your holidays, you can enjoy many other things besides gambling. We have picked must visit places in Vegas to make your holidays even enjoyable.
This hotel is synonymous with luxury. The standard room measures 640 square feet and has many luxurious amenities like full TVs and movies. This is a common area that hotels cut because they want their guests to enjoy the gaming floor, not be stuck in a small room watching TV. The Wynn staff is highly trained and will answer all your questions. The Wynn offers La Reve, which has a Cirque du Soleil-inspired show. Franco Dragonet, Cirque’s founder, created La Reve, and it is getting rave reviews. Wynn employs a restaurant chef to prepare any of the restaurants on-site, including Alex, Red 8, Okada SW Steakhouse, and Wing Lei.
Mirage Hotel Pool
Mirage’s lobby feels like you are in a tropical rainforest when you walk into it. There are exotic birds, waterfalls, and trees everywhere. Continue on through the atrium and through the casino before returning to Mirage’s oasis in the desert, the pool area. The pool weaves through dense foliage, and the sound and sight of the waterfall at its end is a treat in itself. The service is excellent, from the cabana boys to cocktail waitresses dressed in small, sexy sarongs. Although water aerobics classes are offered twice daily, they are not suitable for everyone. The pool manager will lead sun-seekers through a 45-minute workout that will burn every bit of the breakfast buffet. If you prefer a more relaxing experience, the beach runs around the pool’s inner perimeter. Enjoy the sun and a book, or relax with your favorite book. Las Vegas is blessed with more sunshine than most other cities, so bring sunblock and a broad-brimmed hat to enjoy the best pool in town. Although it is only available to Mirage guests, the Mirage is worth the trip.
Are you up for some culture? Even if Liberace is not your favorite singer, it’s worth the short taxi ride to the museum from the Strip. This museum is a fitting tribute to the man who put Las Vegas on the map. It is filled with fur-draped, rhinestone-studded costumes, enough jewelry for an Empress, pianos, and cars, including a 1934 Mercedes Excalibur that was covered in Austrian Rhinestones. There are also press clippings and tons of photos. This isn’t campy entertainment. Every visitor will leave the museum an adoring fan.
Dessert at the Coyote Cafe, MGM Grand Hotel
It’s a good idea to have dessert at any hour. Dessert is essential, even after a big meal at one of the many restaurants. Coyote Cafe remains open late into the night for those who want a late-night treat. Mark Miller is the creator of Coyote Cafe. He has published many cookbooks and brought his Southwestern flair to Las Vegas. Canella cheesecake is a specialty. It comes with candied pecans and bourbon caramel sauce. Or, you can make a lemon tart with seasonal berries. Chocoholics will love the chocolate-Kahlua flan, which comes with a savory peanut brittle, or the Venezuelan chocolate teaspoon bread. This is a dense, moist chocolate cake drizzled with vanilla Anglaise and topped off with rich vanilla Ice Cream.