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Golden Nugget Hotel Casino has a totally new look and you will like it. The lobby is adorned with Tivoli lights, lush palms, gleaming white granite floors, and columns. The luxurious guest rooms and suites are beautifully decorated, giving a comfortable feel. Each room offers a view of the mountains, the pool (complete with a waterslide through a shark tank,) or the Fremont Street Experience. Fine restaurants located in the hotel include The Buffet, Grotto Ristorante, and Lillie's Asian Cuisine. The full-service spa is a real treat after a long day and offers separate facilities for men and women.
One of the most enduring hotels on Fremont Street, Fremont Hotel Casino opened in 1956, and at the time was the tallest building in Nevada. It now features a unique rooftop swimming pool and many great restaurants, including the Paradise Buffet and the Second Street Grill. The nostalgic feel of the Las Vegas past permeates throughout this fine hotel. For excellent gaming opportunities, the bright casino is filled with every table game imaginable and slot machines galore. Rates are based on occupancy level and may fluctuate. The recently renovated guest rooms sport a new look, furnished in a comfortably classic style of rich woods and soft colors.
The Oasis at Gold Spike and the Gold Spike Bar are open to visitors and Las Vegas locals right in the heart of downtown Vegas, close to the Fremont Street Experience, where the original Gold Spike hotel once stood. Each of the hotel's "Crash Pads" feature unique design that embody the vibrant spirit of the neighborhood and are well-equipped with all the necessary comforts to make your stay a pleasant one. A seasonal outdoor pool, co-working area, poolside service, fitness center, bike rentals, and book library are welcome amenities that add to the experience. Looking to unwind after a long day? The next-door bar hosts fun games like jenga, beer pong, ping pong and more in a fun, laid-back setting and also hosts live music and DJs on weekends. The hotel's in house restaurants and bars are options for those who'd rather enjoy an evening in.
Have you won some at the casino lately? Then spend it in style at this hostel - It's the only one in Vegas that offers a Jacuzzi and a swimming pool! It also has transport facilities once you get off the Amtrak or the Greyhound. Unpack your bags and relax in one of the private rooms or shared dormitories, all of which have simple but refined interiors. Television, high speed internet access, and pleasant pancake breakfasts are some of the perks you can look forward to. So don't run out of all your money at the slot machines - a stay here is worth it, but doesn't come free!
In a city where superlatives reign, the Stratosphere Hotel Casino really deserves a few. It boasts the tallest free-standing observation tower in the U.S. and the world's highest thrill ride, X Scream, which offers a view of downtown Las Vegas and The Strip from a 900 foot elevation - either a breathtaking or harrowing experience, depending on your perspective. The Stratosphere also has excellent dining, shopping and entertainment, as well as a "thrill a minute" casino. The hotel features amenities such as a roof-top swimming pool and the excellent Top of the World gourmet restaurant. A shopping arcade with international theme zones occupies level two above the sprawling casino floor.
The Artisan Hotel & Spa is the newest addition to the Las Vegas Strip. An intimate boutique hotel, it is the perfect place for tourists wishing to catch the sights of the Strip. In keeping with its name, the guest rooms and suites are tastefully done with beautiful paintings and comfortable beds. A stay at the Artisan Hotel is light on the pocket yet full of pleasure. The Spa offers a variety of skin and body treatments to completely rejuvenate your senses. The food at Artisan Fine Dining Room is comparable to any of the restaurants on the Strip. Also, guests must try the specialty drinks at the Artisan Lounge, with live DJ music on the weekend.
Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino (formerly the LVH) is one of the most popular and well-known properties in the city at the Strip. Star power has been here from the very beginning, when Barbra Streisand opened the 2000-seat theater, followed by Elvis, who continued to appear exclusively here for the remainder of his life. You can see a statue of "The King" near the front entrance. The resort offers virtually any amenity you could desire, including some of the most opulent suites ever created. The Westgate is also home to the largest race and sports book in Las Vegas for sports betters.