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Best Unusual Accommodations in Las Vegas

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Take a gondola ride and enjoy a serenade as you are transported along the canals of this opulent hotel. The superb service and comfortable guest rooms here ensure a relaxing stay. Excellent dining can be found hereas well as the trendy nightlife of TAO Beach. The hotel features some of the city's most exclusive premier shops for clothing, jewelry, and gifts. The casino has everything from table games to penny slots, high roller games and a poker room.

New York-New York Hotel & Casino on the Strip is where East meets West as the Manhattan skyline peaks out over the Las Vegas Strip. Twelve skyscrapers harbor luxurious guest rooms and suites that offer incredible views of the "city within a city." The 84,000 square-foot casino area offers more than 2000 slot machines and 74 table games. For dining, Chin Chin Cafe offers great Chinese cuisine and sushi, whereas Gallagher's Steakhouse presents the finest steaks and seafood, promising a delectable dining experience. Sheltering the Coney Island Emporium arcade and the Roller Coaster that soars over the Strip, this marvelously-themed hotel is also home to replicas of iconic New York edifices, including the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building and the glorious Statue of Liberty.

Treasure Island Las Vegas is your one-stop destination for entertainment, accommodation, and dining. The casino area is filled with a multitude of table games, slot machines, sports, and race books. After a renovation of all guest rooms and suites, the hotel's accommodations are not only extremely comfortable but exquisitely decorated as well. The rooms offer views of Buccaneer Bay, the pool areas, and the Vegas Strip and are well-furnished with modern amenities.

A sleek, glass-cloaked replica of Egypt's iconic pyramid, Luxor is an exuberant hotel studded on the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip. Established in 1993, this hotel is fronted by a giant, rather elegant sphinx. A locus of all things luxury and entertainment, Luxor is home to a sprawling casino, clubs, a spa, and other high-end facilities. The pyramid reaches 350 feet into the air, the equivalent of 36 stories. It is one of the world's largest atrium and a crown jewel of Las Vegas. This luxury resort nestles amid many splendid edifices like Mandala Bay and Excalibur. Perhaps the resort's most defining feature after its facade is the intense Luxor Light Beam that crowns it, being nothing less than a beacon of light for the hotel.

The drawbridge is down, the castle welcomes all. A mighty kingdom of knights, royalty and fine entertainment, Excalibur is a premier hotel soaked in the finer nuances of luxury. Structured like a magnificent castle, Excalibur is an extravagant slice of the Las Vegas Strip. The hotel has been named after King Arthur's sword, while its castle moat hosts an epic nightly battle between a fire-breathing dragon and Merlin the Magician. Another attraction at the hotel is the Fantasy Faire, which is a perfect amalgam of amusement and fun. The rooms are extremely comfortable and the service is excellent. The action-packed casino consists of numerous table games and slot machines, an absolute delight for patrons who love to gamble. This themed hotel has increasingly served as a muse in popular media and boasts interiors which epitomize opulence.

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