1 stop (18h51m)
1 stop (33h25m)
2 stops (20h46m)
1 stop (16h35m)
1 stop (15h05m)
|Las Vegas city centre|
|McCarran International Airport (LAS): 3 mi from city centre|
Las Vegas is home to one of the 10 busiest airports in the USA, McCarran International Airport (LAS). There are direct air flights to Las Vegas from most major cities in the USA and Europe. From London, fly direct with British Airways, Iberia, Delta Air Lines and American Airways. Flights with one stopover tend to be cheaper.
While Las Vegas is a year-round destination and it's fairly easy to find deals on Las Vegas flights at any time, the city does have its peaks and lows.
Direct flights from London to Las Vegas take 9h 45min.
Circus acts and flashing lights, neon and tattoos, ringing bells and someone yelling, "Jackpot!" Holidays in Las Vegas aren't easily forgotten.
Bellagio Fountains: The water ballet in front of the Bellagio Hotel & Casino became famous after the success of the film Ocean’s 11. Imagine the synchronisation of 1,000 fountain nozzles, 4,500 lights and 27 million gallons of water.
The Roller Coaster: The Coney Island-inspired New York New York roller coaster has a 144 foot dive and a 360° somersault. It reaches a height of 200 feet which offers the most spectacular view of the Strip as well as an amazing replica of New York’s skyline.
Stratosphere: This is an enormous observation tower at the north end of the Boulevard. It is a great place to go in the evenings and watch the hotels light up one by one. In the theatre, catch the best celebrity impersonators show around.
Casinos: Of course gambling is big business here. The top casinos are New York, Orleans, Monte Carlo, Circus Circus, Venetian, Luxor, and Caesar’s Palace.
Find more information on visitlasvegas.com.
Surprisingly prices of rooms in Las Vegas hotels tend to be much lower than in many other American hotel and resort cities. You can find great deals, but rates change daily and sometimes drastically depending on events, conferences and concerts. Rooms during weekdays tend to be 50-75% cheaper than during weekends. If you have a Las Vegas car hire, make sure our hotel has parking.
One of Las Vegas' iconic hotels and casinos closed its doors this month, after 60 years of history. Farewell Riviera.
The world's largest ferris wheel isn't in Singapore anymore. Now, the honour goes to the new High Roller in Las Vegas.
Vegas on a budget? You say impossible and we say, not only budget-friendly but free! Check out these free attractions while you're in Vegas.