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Recent Nevada reviews


    Guest: SANDY Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 24, 2014
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  • Great Family Condo

    "We thoroughly enjoyed our time in this condo. We were looking for a place in Incline Village that would be comfortable for 5-7 extended family members over the Christmas holiday. A selling point for us was that the unit had three bedrooms and three baths. It was perfect and exceeded our expectations. The unit was well decorated and all seven (adult) family members could gather the living room. My mother kept pointing out some of the clever decorating touches that made the condo feel warm and homey. The kitchen was very well supplied, and we had all the required equipment (and more) to cook family dinners. The weather was unusually warm for the first half of our visit so we appreciated the nearby walking path with about a 10 minute walk to the Lake. Elaine was great; all the rental arrangements went very smoothly."
    Guest: Red214 Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 17, 2015
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  • Great Stay!

    "The cabin was great! Well located within walking distance from the beach and a convenient three minute drive to Safeway. I would have given it 5-stars except for the following reasons: 1. The only two showers are in a shared side room off of the downstairs restroom and no showers in the upper floor restroom, somewhat inconvenient when 7 people of different ages & gender are sharing the cabin. 2. While the space was very clean upon arrival, the first night I discovered what could have been roach or mouse droppings on the pillows and head of the bed in one of the downstairs bedrooms, I'm not too squeamish so I just pulled the bed a foot away from the wall and washed the sheets. 3. The last day, just before check-out, my wife saw a roach in the downstairs restroom, which may explain item No1 above, luckily it was at the end of the trip. I assume that if you are ultimately in the middle of forest, some of the things above are to be expected.."
    Guest: LUIS B. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 25, 2014
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  • Fantastic condo for a Conference at the MGM and all that Vegas has to offer!

    "I booked this place for the great reviews and the great price. I was in Vegas for a 5-day conference hosted at the MGM Conference Center. I agree with the other reviewers about the important things: great bed, bathroom, kitchen, living area, and balcony. Very clean! And as a bonus, the owner was easy to work with and quick to respond to questions. She even helped me get tickets for a couple of shows. I thought this would be a convenient location, but it was much better than I guessed. Here's a few reasons why this place is great. First, this place is not like a typical hotel room. The mini-bar was stocked with snacks and drinks. The owner charges a minimal amount to cover her costs. The owner provides shampoo, soaps, and conditioner. She gave an informative tour of the building and room amenities my first day. Second, this is the absolute closest place to stay for a conference, it's a 3 minute walk from door-to-door if you take the 1 flight of stairs. Others I met staying at the main MGM and other Towers said it was a 10-15 walk. When you get short breaks at a conference it's nice to be able to get to the room and back in such a short amount of time. There's a nice walkway from the tower to the conference center, and your room key gets you in the side door not open to the general public. This saves a few minutes each trip not having to walk around the entire building. I bought a mono-rail pass to go explore other parts of Vegas. The boarding station is just a short walk from the tower. That meant I didn't have to pay for a rental car or taxi, but I still got the see a lot of the city and casinos. I will definitely stay here again."
    Guest: Estes Park regulars Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 5, 2014
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Nevada Travel Tips

Activities and Attractions at Nevada Luxury Home Rentals

If it's the bright lights of the Las Vegas strip that attract you to Nevada, you won't be disappointed. The many hotels, entertainment centers and casinos have a reputation for fun and excitement. Try your luck at the table or slot machines. You can also take in a show or see a live performance of your favorite artist. From Las Vegas vacation rentals, a great day excursion is to drive to the Hoover Dam. This impressive structure is one of the highest dam walls ever built. The hydro-electric system at the dam provides electricity to more than 20 million people in Las Vegas and Southern California. Other interesting sites nearby are Red Rock Canyon which has great rock climbing routes.

If you are visiting during the winter months, you may be surprised to know that there is a ski resort within an hour's drive of Las Vegas. Mount Charleston has some excellent downhill ski runs and snowboarding trails. Perhaps the better known region for skiing is the far northwest in the area surrounding Lake Tahoe. There are several top ski resorts that together have miles of cross country and downhill skiing trails. In the summertime, outdoor adventurers can explore the many hiking trails in the region. On the southern lakeshore, there are several casinos and resorts where you can try your luck. In the more rural parts of Nevada, there are miles of back roads exploring interesting landscapes. There are also numerous areas with biking and hiking trails to explore.

Best Time of Year to Visit Nevada Lodging

Even though Nevada has four distinct seasons, it is a year-round vacation destination. The summer months are hot and great for water sports and sightseeing. Outdoor activities can also be enjoyed as long as you are cautious of the midday heat. In the spring and autumn seasons, the temperatures are a little milder without being too cold. This is actually the ideal time of year to hit the trails. In the winter months, you can head to the ski slopes of Lake Tahoe or Mount Charleston. Naturally, in the casino cities of Reno and Nevada, there are no off seasons. Entertainment and fun happens all year.

Fun for Everyone in Nevada

Nevada is a state that has something for everyone. City slickers can enjoy the bright lights and casinos in Las Vegas, Reno and Lake Tahoe. Nature lovers can enjoy exploring the many nature trails and back roads. In the winter months, many skiing enthusiasts come to Nevada to enjoy the world-class skiing offered at the various resorts.

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