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The bright lights of Las Vegas and Reno draw millions to Nevada each year for gambling and entertainment. Outside the casinos in these cities are plenty of things for the whole family to enjoy.
Just walk along The Strip in Las Vegas and you’ll be in awe at the dazzling appearance of some of the world’s best-known casinos. See an exploding volcano at The Mirage, the Luxor’s laser-topped pyramid, the Bellagio’s animated water fountains and a replica of the Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas. Inside any of the more than 70 casinos in Las Vegas you’ll find slot machines, video poker, sports gambling and a variety of table games.
Many casinos now provide family-friendly activities. Stay at the MGM Grand for kids to enjoy its theme park. Circus Circus has a circus, as well as theme park rides and an IMAX theater. You’ll still find dancing, lightly clad showgirls as well as popular star-studded concerts, long-running entertainers’ shows and endless food buffets. Check schedules for entertainment options and reserve big-name shows in advance.
Outside the casinos, hike in Red Rock Canyon, visit the aquarium at Mandalay Bay Shark Reef or take in a museum dedicated to neon signs. Less than an hour’s drive from the city, travel to the impressive Hoover Dam, which blocks the Colorado River to create Lake Mead, the largest reservoir in the U.S. Stop in Henderson to play golf and visit the Botanical Cactus Gardens.
Northwest of Las Vegas, Reno offers gambling and entertainment on a smaller scale. Its proximity to northern California provides access to great skiing in the Lake Tahoe region. Visit Galena Creek Park for nature trails and educational events. Travel just south of Reno to Incline Village on Lake Tahoe. In addition to skiing and hiking in the resorts of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, enjoy swimming and boating on chilly Lake Tahoe.
Come to Nevada to realize that the state offers much more than gambling.
We enjoyed the view. We had a short stay because of the virus, and several things were closing down as we got to the hotel. We never tried the dining at the hotel as we looked at the prices and they were out of our budget as we had kids with us. The hotel was nice overall. The virus this month just ...
We only stayed one night. Virus shut everything else down and we had to leave.
Easy ramp for recreation vehicles room service great cleanliness service great
I liked that NYNY offered a lot to do inside the property, plus the hotel is perfect walking distance to the strip. The food offerings were great as well.
I did not like the way the security guards at the pool treated guests. They paged through the paperback I was reading, they went through my wallet paper money one by one and they wanded me even though I was only wearing a t-shirt and a swim suit. I was surprised they did not conduct a cavity search. ...
I liked the layout and the pools. Unfortunately, the wave pool was not working. It would have been nice to have grab and go dining options, available in other places. The whole are was clean and the staff friendly and helpful.