10 Places That Will Change Your Opinion About Sin City

Known as the gambling capital of the world, the city of Las Vegas is more than just a place to try your luck at winning big. If you’re not a gambler, there are so many other opportunities to indulge your interests. Regardless of whether you’re a nostalgia buff, a music enthusiast, or a foodie, you’ll find something that appeals to your sense of fun.

We have selected hotels, restaurants and activities for 10 different personalities that we hope will inspire your next trip to Las Vegas.

The Nostalgia Buff

 Speaking of speakeasies, visit the Mob museum for a glimpse of Sin City’s storied past. Nestled in the basement is a speakeasy, which harks back to the Prohibition era, and you can also take a distillery tour which includes samples of moonshine that is made in-house. Also take a trip to the Neon Museum, which displays iconic Las Vegas signs and gives a view into the history of this colorful city.

If you’re craving a meal fit for the King, visit Golden Steer Steakhouse, where you can sit in the same red leather banquettes that were occupied by celebrities of yesteryear, including Elvis, Frank Sinatra and Muhammad Ali. Have a drink at Atomic Liquors, which is Las Vegas’ first free-standing bar that welcomed the likes of the Rat Pack, Barbra Streisand and Clint Eastwood.

The Culture Vulture

. The resort is also home to the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art, which presents rotating exhibitions of paintings, sculptures and works on paper. While you’re at the Bellagio, stroll through the Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, which recreates itself every season with themes that showcase nature in all of its glory.

Located not too far away, the Downtown Container Park is also worth a visit. You’ll find shops and restaurants that are housed in old shipping containers and enjoy live music on select days. While you’re there, stop at Oak & Ivy for creative craft cocktails and friendly bartenders who will make you feel right at home.

“The Wellness Warrior” could be rephrased as “The Health Hero” or “The Fitness Fighter.”

. Consider Crossroads Kitchen at Resorts World for your vegan fine dining option, and Tacotarian or VegeNation for more casual vegan options. For fresh and healthy dishes in a casual poolside setting, Overlook Grill at The Cosmopolitan is always a great choice.

With treatment names like “Karmic Happiness Ritual” and “State of Equilibrium,” you’ll be transported to another realm. When you have returned to reality, you can enjoy views of the Strip as you soak in the hot pool or recline in a heated lounger at Waldorf’s spa. The Waldorf Astoria, Park MGM and The Cosmopolitan all offer poolside yoga, or you can venture to local outdoor recreation spots, such as Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area or Valley of Fire.

“A person who is passionate about music”

Legendary musicians such as John Legend, Shania Twain and Pitbull have performed at the Zappos Theater, and you can enjoy your favorite tunes at Extra Lounge, a place where you can be a bit extra while you seek out celebrities. Other hotels with desirable residencies include Resorts World, Virgin Las Vegas and Park MGM, which is also home to On the Record, a secluded music-themed nightclub.

SoulBelly BBQ in the Arts District also often hosts local bands, and the Sand Dollar Lounge hosts blues bands at both of its Las Vegas locations. The city is also the home of several music festivals, including Life is Beautiful in mid-September. The Electric Daisy Carnival is held in May every year and is a celebration of electronic music.

The thrill-seeking individual.

You can fly over 1,000 feet above the ground on Fly LINQ Zipline, which has 10 side-by-side zip lines. Head to The STRAT Hotel & Casino, where you can choose from one of the 1,149-foot thrill rides – including a roller coaster and Big Shot, which catapults you to a height of 1,081 feet at 45 miles per hour.

While you’re in Las Vegas, you can check an item off your bucket list with All in Aviation, which offers flight lessons and airplane rentals in nearby Henderson. Whether you want to cruise over local destinations like Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam or take a longer trip to the Grand Canyon or Zion National Park, you’ll be able to fly the plane yourself with expert guidance from one of their instructors.

The Techie

 Resorts World, which opened in 2021 and is home to the world’s largest LED globe. Visit the Conrad lobby at Resorts World, and you’ll be greeted by three robotic puppies: Elvis, Sinatra and Stardust. Also check out the Las Vegas Convention Center Loop, home to a fleet of underground Teslas that travel by tunnel between Resorts World and the Las Vegas Convention Center.

In the mood for a cocktail made by a robot, Order one at The Tipsy Robot at the Miracle Mile Shops, and you’ll watch it dance, shake and pour your custom-made concoction.

For the ultimate in immersive art experiences, AREA15 has it all. From the world-famous Omega Mart to the psychedelic Museum Fiasco and the out-of-this-world Illuminarium, you won’t be at a loss for things to do here. At The Cosmopolitan lobby, just try to look away from the digital art, where a curated library is displayed on eight 15-foot digital columns and creates a living narrative that incorporates poetic interpretations of life’s travels.

A person who is very sociable and enjoys being around others.

 The three-story crystal-ensconced Chandelier Bar is often the center of it all; a place to see and be seen as you sip your cocktail in style.Make new friends at The Cosmopolitan’s Marquee Dayclub, one of the most popular pool parties in Las Vegas.

For late night bites, visit Superfrico, where you’ll savor food classified as “Italian American Psychedelic.” Located within Superfrico is Ski Lodge, Or visit one of the city’s many other stylish speakeasies. The Cosmopolitan alone has four – besides Ski Lodge, there’s also Ghost Donkey, Beauty & Essex, and The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails.

Venture over to Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den at Resorts World, where you’ll find a speakeasy tucked inside the Famous Foods Street Eats food hall. For a more retro vibe, a reservation at The Laundry Room speakeasy is highly coveted and doesn’t disappoint.

A person who is very interested in sports.

If you enjoy sports and excitement, you will love visiting the Caesars Race & Sportsbook at Caesars Palace. Surrounded by other sports fans, you can cheer on your favorite team and feel the energy of the crowd. Another great place to watch sports and have fun is Beer Park at Paris Hotel & Casino. With a spacious outdoor deck covering 9,000 square feet, Beer Park hosts ESPN’s “SportsCenter” and offers a classic baseball stadium atmosphere. You can also play games like pool, darts, and giant Jenga while you watch the game.

If you’re looking for a great place to tailgate on game day, the Front Yard Beer Garden at Ellis Island is a great spot to check out. They offer game day specials and have viewing parties throughout the year. Located near Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders and the University of Nevada Las Vegas Rebels, this modern venue also offers tours where you can see what goes on behind the scenes.

During March Madness, college basketball fans flock to Las Vegas to cheer on their favorite teams from any location with a TV screen. The T-Mobile Arena, known for hosting events such as UFC, boxing, basketball, and hockey with the Vegas Golden Knights, becomes a hub of excitement as fans come together to experience the excitement of the tournament.

“The individual traveller”

“Treat yourself to a solo getaway at the luxurious, non-gaming Vdara Hotel & Spa. Stay in a spacious and private suite, or choose one of their pet-friendly options. Each suite features a kitchenette for added convenience. If you’re in the mood for some company, visit Fergusons Downtown, a welcoming community hub.”

If you visit Peyote, you can expect to be treated to a variety of delicious dishes in a Palm Springs-inspired setting. For a unique night out, check out Don’t Tell Comedy at Fergusons, which hosts monthly outdoor comedy shows. Alternatively, head to the Mavericks Show at Cheapshot Showroom for a fun and inclusive evening of burlesque and variety entertainment.

“The person who is enthusiastic about food and enjoys trying new and interesting dishes.”

The Person Who is enthusiastic about food and enjoys trying new and interesting dishes.”

If you’re interested in experiencing the diverse culinary offerings of Las Vegas, consider taking a self-guided tour with Finger Licking Foodie Tours. They offer various tours around the city, including options in the Strip, Chinatown, and the Downtown Arts District. No matter your preference, whether it be a traditional restaurant or a more experimental dining experience, Las Vegas has something to suit your taste.

Las Vegas has become a renowned culinary destination, with several celebrity chefs opening restaurants both on and off the Strip. One of the newer establishments is Best Friend, a restaurant by chef Roy Choi that offers a fusion of dishes from his Los Angeles Kogi truck and the glamor of Vegas. Visitors who stay at the Park MGM hotel will have the opportunity to dine at both Best Friend and Eataly, a famous Italian marketplace.