Las Vegas is known for its casinos and world-class entertainment, but those are just two things to do in a city filled with attractions. On the Strip, you can take a spin on the world’s largest observation wheel, the High Roller, ride on a Venetian gondola or watch the iconic Fountains of Bellagio. Away from the Strip, Las Vegas has an collection of acclaimed museums covering atomic testing, neon signs and the mob– topics deeply connected to the city. Outside of the city, the Mojave Desert is filled with hiking and biking trails, scenic drives and expansive desert vistas.
Among the many attractions on the Strip, we have featured three amazing attractions; Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Allegiant Stadium and
Cirque De Soleil which are less than 25 miles from the popular
MCCarran International Airport, the main airport in the Las Vegas Valley, a metropolitan area in the U.S. state of Nevada, about 5 miles south of Downtown Las Vegas (Strip).
Mandalay Bay is a 43-story luxury resort and casino
on the Las Vegas Strip in . It is owned by MGM Growth Properties and The Blackstone Group and operated
by MGM Resorts International. One of the property’s towers operates as the Delano; the Four Seasons Hotel is independently operated within the Mandalay Bay tower, occupying five floors (35–39).
Mandalay Bay has 3,209 hotel rooms, 24 elevators and a casino of 135,000 square feet (12,500 m 2). Adjacent to the hotel is the 2-million-square-foot (190,000 m2) Mandalay Bay Convention Center and the 12,000-seat Mandalay Bay Events Center. The Mandalay Bay Tram connects the resort to its sister properties, Excalibur and, all three of which were constructed by Circus Circus Enterprises before its sale to MGM.
Allegiant Stadium is a domed stadium under construction, located in Paradise, Nevada, Located adjacent to the world-famous Las Vegas Strip, Allegiant Stadium will be a global events destination, highlighted by the arrival of the NFL’s iconic Raiders.
Allegiant Stadium will be ideally located for both visitors and locals, fully enclosed and climate-controlled with a capacity of 65,000. The technologically advanced stadium will host world-class entertainment including concerts and sporting events such as the Pac-12 Championship Game and Las Vegas Bowl, as well as become the future home of UNLV Football.
The “O” show is a magnificent flying acrobats and kaleidoscope of lights water showcreated through the outstanding efforts and performances of world-leading and passionate artists, artisans, energetic and technically-skilled synchronized swimmers, enthusiastic dancers, agile and strong acrobats, clown characters, technicians who create awesome imagery and lighting effects, makeup designers, designers of amazingly beautiful costumes, and more.
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