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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

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Recent Las Vegas reviews

  • Stunned in Sin City!

    "I came down for a convention and was blown away by how beautiful the suites were at the Signature MGM. The staff at VRBO was amazing and I don't think I will ever book in that city again without going through them."
    Guest: Eric Derleth Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 19, 2014
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  • Room with a view

    "If you have a large party or family, I would recommend this place because it's on the strip and everything is in walking distance. The best part of this Penthouse Suite is the view of the Bellagio fountain and the strip. You can bring your own food to cook because there are two kitchens full of utensils and cups. Property was clean and the layout of the room was good. Each bedroom has two beds and has doors to close for privacy or if you want it to be quiet. Malka was very helpful and provided great customer service. All the information she provided was detailed. We didn't go to the pool because we wanted to experience a day club. If we had known that "guys" have to pay a $55 fee to get into a day club, we would've have just gone to the Bamboo pool at the Cosmopolitan that is attached to this property. This property is located in the between the Cosmopolitan and Bellagio. You can walk to Caesars Palace, across to Paris or Planet Hollywood. I would give her a call if you want to stay on the strip without having to pay a hefty price."
    Guest: natj1727 Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 12, 2014
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  • Loved it!

    "This is the second time we have rented this lovely home. Once again we were very pleased with everything. The pool area and view of the golf course is outstanding. Very peaceful for an early morning coffee on the pool deck. Everything was there that we needed. Close to all things Vegas! The Strip, Fremont street, shopping etc. Thanks again!"
    Guest: Love Vegas Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 10, 2014
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  • Las Vegas Family Gathering

    "Great property for the group of six of us with room to spare! Loved the pool & hot tub and easy access to downtown and the strip. Man Cave was special for the two grandsons! Two comments: no paper towels at property; we purchased some and left remainder and there could be more detailed, step-by-step, instructions on how to operate the hot tub remote control (screen by screen, etc.). Overall excellent and consider for a future visit. Thank you."
    Guest: Neal Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 29, 2014
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Las Vegas Travel Tips

Las Vegas is arguably the most popular place to visit to have a good time in the United States. It's here where all sorts of cultures and locations come together and you can travel from Paris to New York to Venice and back without ever even leaving the strip.

This sparkling city is well known for partying and letting loose, but there's much more to experience in Vegas. All of the excitement is certainly fun and worth the trip if you're of age. From the plethora of clubs, casinos and other attractions, it'd be quite a challenge not to have a good time. It is known as Sin City, after all. You can see an Elvis impersonator then catch a famous musician performing a show or watch a theatrical performance.

Las Vegas enjoys a subtropical desert climate so no matter what time of year you visit, the temperature will probably be great (and it’s not hard to stay indoors if not).

When you need a break from the excitement, you can venture off the Strip and visit one of Las Vegas's many museums, the zoo or one of the several parks for a breath of fresh air.

Things to Do in Las Vegas

- Neon Museum: Get a glimpse of vintage Las Vegas at the Neon Museum. You'll find a display of signs from old casinos and other businesses. It was founded in 1996 and maintains restored signs to place around the Fremont Street Experience and in the Boneyard Collection.

- Las Vegas Natural History Museum: Learn about the history of the city and the world at the Las Vegas Natural History Museum with exhibits focused on dinosaurs, marine life and Egypt. Galleries include Treasures of Egypt, the Las Vegas Founders' African Gallery, the Engelstad Family Prehistoric Life Gallery, the International Wildlife Gallery and the Marine Life Gallery, among others.

- Smith Center for the Performing Arts: Don't miss a chance to see a show at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts situated downtown. It consists of three theaters in two buildings and features international music and dance companies. It's also home to the Las Vegas Philharmonic and the Nevada Ballet Theatre. The center also hosts Broadway shows, so make a night of it with dinner and a performance.

- Las Vegas Springs Preserve: Enjoy nature at the Las Vegas Springs Preserve's 73 hectares of land with scenic walks and displays. Here you can marvel at the colorful desert botanical gardens as well as museum galleries, outdoor concert and event venues, and a series of trails that take you through a wetland habitat.

- Fremont Street Experience: The Fremont Street Experience is a favorite downtown Las Vegas attraction. It's a pedestrian mall under a barrel vault canopy. Two sounds stages hold (usually) free concerts for you to enjoy, and this is the location of the Neon Museum as well as the annual New Year's Eve party.

- Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area: Enjoy more outdoor space at the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, where you can marvel at large red rock formations including sandstone peaks and walls known as the Keystone Thrust. The walls rise up to 3,000 feet and are a popular hiking and rock climbing location. The canyon is only accessible by the four-wheel-drive road of the scenic loop, so it's perfect for adventure-lovers.

Things to Enjoy on the Las Vegas Strip

- Big Apple Roller Coaster: Channel your inner kid and take a ride on the Big Apple Roller Coaster. You'll rise 203 feet into the air then drop 144 feet. Your pulse will race as fast at the 67-mile-per-hour the drop is cruising at. Just when you think you've found the calm you'll hit the barrel roll, turning 180 degrees like a jet fighter. You're sure to get quite the adrenaline rush.

- Venetian Pool Deck: One of the most stunning spots in Las Vegas is the pool deck at the Venetian. Reminiscent of Italian gardens, this facility offers three pools, a hot tub, cocktails and a poolside cafe. It's the perfect place to relax in luxury. Cabin and pavilion beds are available, as well as lounge chairs on deck or in the lounge pool.

- Gondola Rides: You'll feel as if you've been transported to Italy with a gondola ride at the Venetian. Enjoy a vocal performance via your gondolier as you float down the canals running through the Grand Canal Shoppes. Don't forget to make a reservation for this exciting and romantic tour.

- Eiffel Tower: After you return from Italy, head over to Paris with a trip to the Eiffel Tower. Take a ride to the top of the 50-story replica of the Eiffel Tower with glass elevators where you can get a bird's eye view of Vegas. Once you reach the observation deck, take in breathtaking sights from all around the Las Vegas Strip then stop at the 11th-floor Eiffel Tower Restaurant for delicious French cuisine.

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