No matter if you’re at the first Las Vegas holiday or you’re a returning visitor, it is quite easy to be a victim of the tourist trap in a state that seems built on temptation. Especially if your time for a Las Vegas holiday is limited, you really need to prioritize and figure out what are the casinos and resorts that you really need to visit and others that can wait for the next Las Vegas holiday. Luckily for you, the following rows will reveal some great tips on places you should visit during Las Vegas holidays.
Make Sure to Use the Monorail
Getting from one casino to another means a lot of walking and, in case you don’t want to rent a car because you opted for a cheap Las Vegas holiday, you can’t afford not to use the monorail. Even though it might seem like a good idea to walk during your Las Vegas holiday, the high temperatures and long distances between casinos will only leave you feel exhausted and in no mood to enjoy the special offers Las Vegas holidays have to offer. Using the monorail that starts at the MGM and goes all the way to the Stratosphere will ensure you easy access to any casino on the strip with 5 stops along the way, a 24-hours a day schedule and a cheap ticket, perfect for holiday-goers.
Join the Player’s Club
Even though it might sound like something very exclusive and prestigious thing to do during your Las Vegas holiday, destined only for high-rollers, joining the Player’s Club is a very good idea for every person on a Las Vegas holiday that wishes to gamble. Not only that it will bring you a lot of freebies and surprises but there’s a big chance that you will be able to use it several times during your Las Vegas holidays. For those of you more familiar with the online casino industry, the Players’ Club is something similar with the loyalty system in place at Heart Bingo, for example. A form of recognizing the players and rewarding them for their loyalty and interest in the games.
Schedule Your Meals
This is a tip that can easily apply to any New York and Las Vegas holiday. No matter if you wish to dine at the most exclusive Las Vegas or simply enjoy your meals at the hotel you are staying at, it’s always better schedules your meals in such a way that you avoid the traditional eating hours when every restaurant in Las Vegas will be extremely crowded and you’ll lose a lot of time waiting to be served or for your meal to be ready.
These are just a few tips on what to do and where to go during a Las Vegas holiday. Of course that, depending on your thoughts, these plans might differ and you’re more than welcome to share your thoughts of a perfect Las Vegas holiday in the comments section.