Local Tips for Las Vegas: Home of IMN's iconic Build-to-Rent, Land & Homebuilding Conference
If “what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” than how are you meant to know the basics? What can I do there? How do I get around? What’s the weather like? Here's you intel.
Needless to say there's plenty to do in this desert wonderland. So, if you would like to see it all, look no further than the Vegas High Roller. Transporting 40 guests per cabin – and AIR CONDITIONED – it offers a 360 Vegas view and just so happens to be the second largest wheel in the world. A special way of seeing Vegas, by air, it’s one for the bucket list. Prefer to travel old school at ground level? No worries, special guided tours are available including visiting sights such as the Bellagio Fountains and Brewery Row.
There are also plenty of free things to do in Vegas - surprise! Walk the promenade or check out Forum Shops at Caesar’s Palace; spoiler: it’s not your average mall. You can even experience nature; we’re talking turtles and flamingoes at the Flamingo Hotel’s Wildlife Habitat. Want to make the most of the weather and be outside? Head downtown to marvel at the murals. There's over 30 of them, including the world’s first 100% solar powered mural. Prefer to be cool inside? Enjoy some gaming at the Pinball Museum Hall of Fame.
If that’s just some of a day in Vegas sorted, what about the evening? Cirque du Soleil has an ensemble of jaw dropping, elite shows for your evening’s entertainment. From “Mystere”, Cirque du Soleil’s longest running show in Vegas, to the Beatles Mirage tribute “All You Need Is Love”, you’re guaranteed a night of being in awe and highly entertained. The list of Vegas’ offerings go on and the monorail is an easy way to get around, with trains arriving every 4 – 8 minutes. It’s Vegas, so yes the weather will be hot, but September is considered to be one of the best times to visit so enjoy this iconic place and we can't wait to see you there!