You may have entered New Year in exciting cities such as New York, Paris, Rio or Monte Carlo, but in Las Vegas you can try all these cities and much more. Las Vegas is known for being a tourist & # 39; paradise. Las Vegas is a place to celebrate at any time of the year. Apparently, this desert city is your good news on New Year's Eve.
If you've never been to or haven't visited recently, the new Las Vegas trend is a theme resort. New York New York, Rio, Monte Carlo, Paris – these are just some of the theme resorts. For each new hotel room built in Las Vegas, 2.5 new jobs have been created. Perhaps for this reason, Las Vegas was named the number one city for employment growth in the United States for nearly two decades.
The New York New York Resort is a Manhattan handed over to the capsule of this place. The exterior begins with an exterior that resembles New York's office buildings. When professional architects gathered in Las Vegas several years ago, they also gave him the thumbs.
Above the main curtain, better known as the Las Vegas Strip, is a 150-foot-tall copy of the Statue of Liberty. Nearby is the Brooklyn Bridge, 300 feet long. Inside New York, visitors to New York meet Central Park, Greenwich Village and Times Square, all on a smaller scale.
Compared to the palace, Monte Carlo is halfway on Las Vegas Boulevard. Strip. Monte Carlo with Italian marble floors, elaborate arches, fountains and massive chandeliers offers the atmosphere and the feeling that you will be delivered to the real Monte Carlo in Monaco.
West of the Las Vegas Strip is the Rio Casino Hotel. At night, Rio is full of excitement. There are many restaurants in the casino serving seafood and steaks in New Orleans atmosphere. Buffets in the French market offer crayfish, including Louisiana Bay specialties.
The Stratosphere Tower is what you need to see in the Las Vegas Strip. At 1,149 feet, it is the tallest building west of the Mississippi River. It stands taller than the Eiffel Tower, which is only 985 feet and only slightly shorter than the Empire State Building, which rises 1250 feet.
The tower offers both indoor and outdoor viewing platforms. Day or night, this is the best place to explore the city, the panorama of the Las Vegas Valley below inspires fear. Exciting perspectives in all directions include glimpses of several different states.
In the city center is the unique experience of Fremont Street, a light extravaganza that defies description. Built over a five-quarter-long shopping center, the Fremont Street Experience is a canopy with over a million lights. Presented as a show that is truly one of a kind, production shows are free, covering every hour until midnight.
On New Year's Eve, you can allow yourself to feel the fun. Fremont Street Experience Shopping Center is filled with a loud, joyful crowd enjoying the holiday. It is a bewitching environment, and nowhere else in the world is anything like it.
Is there a marriage on your horizon? More than 150,000 marriage certificates are issued each year in Las Vegas, the two most popular wedding dates are New Year and Valentine's Day, and almost every hotel has a wedding chapel. The ceremony can take place from very simple to generous, depending on your tastes and budget.
Undoubtedly, the “City of Sins" has turned from a stop in the desert to boomtown. This is an exciting Mecca on the last night of the year, and possibly the hottest ticket in the country. Hotels have booked a room for the year, so it’s not too early to book a room for 2012. Sparkle, entertainment and the crowd are the epitome of adult parties.
When was the last time you found a party awaiting you? If you're looking for a great place to make the most of New Year's Eve, Las Vegas might be the place to be. All year round, the dazzling city lights and street scenes come to life after dark. New Year & # 39; On the eve of anyone who has the spirit of a party, you will find an unforgettable New Year's experience.