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Leave nature behind and head into Las Vegas and all of its neon splendour. If it is gambling you want, you have come to the right place as nowhere else in the world will you find so many casinos. Indulge in some shopping or relax by the pool before a big night out amidst the bright lights, casinos and world-class shows.

In Las Vegas nothing is subtle, nothing is understated. The whole place thrives on doing things bigger and better. Of course there's the famous Las Vegas strip, with its lavish casinos, sell-out shows and upscale restaurants. Nowadays, the hotels are magnificent and strive to give their guests even more than they'd receive elsewhere. But the great thing about basing yourself in Las Vegas is using the daytime to explore the surrounding desert: one of the world's best landscapes, including Death Valley, the Mojave Desert and of course the Grand Canyon. You can easily return the same day to get ready for a night on the town. There are so many wonderful places to stay here, it's hard for us to recommend just one.


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