The Las Vegas Strip is a four miles portion off Las Vegas Boulevard South and only a small section of it is within the actual city limits of Las Vegas. The Strip was reportedly named by police officer Guy McAfee, after his hometown's Sunset Strip in Los Angeles. McCarran Airport is at the southern end of The Strip, along with the famous Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign.
In addition to some of the largest world class hotels, casinos and resorts, The Strip is home to a few smaller casinos, motels, and other attractions, such as M&M World, Adventuredome and the Fashion Show Mall. Since the mid 1990s, The Strip has become a popular New Year's Eve celebration destination.
Five Star Alliance has handpicked the most glamorous hotels and resorts on The Las Vegas Strip for those of you heading for a signature "Vegas" experience in a luxury setting.
Caesars Palace is the world's best known resort-casino, celebrating the glory that was Greece and the grandeur that was Rome in an 85-acre destination location that sets the standard for... more >>
THEhotel is the perfect compliment to the already impressive Mandalay Bay property. At 43 stories, THehotel building rises above the Las Vegas Strip. Within, 1,117 suites with separate... more >>
Contentment and opulence are the hallmarks of your Bellagio luxury hotel experience. A retreat unto themselves, the 3,933 Guest Rooms and Suites are an extension of our AAA Five Diamond... more >>
Experience the romance of Italy in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. Beauty and grace surround you at The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino, where every detail has been carefully designed to... more >>
The Wynn Las Vegas is located on the Las Vegas Strip, across the street from two of the nation's largest convention centers, on 217 acres at the former site of the legendary Desert Inn... more >>