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first_img4. New York New YorkNext, leave Europe, fly across the pond and land in New York. The façade of the New York New York hotel shows the city skyline and the Stature of Liberty. This theme is also reflected in the hotel restaurants including New York pizza joints, the famous Nathan’s Hotdogs and even an Irish pub. There is also a comprehensive spa programme and a Hershey’s World that is two floors of pure chocolate. Those seeking an adrenaline rush might prefer the Big Apple Rollercoaster that races around the hotel. 2. LuxorJump from Southeast Asia and into Egypt to visit the Luxor – one of the most prominent hotels in Las Vegas. The building is a large dark glass pyramid with a huge sphinx at the foot of it. It is connected to the Mandalay Bay Resort by a shopping centre. 7. Caesars PalaceHead back in time to ancient Rome and swim in one of the deity-themed pools – from Apollo to Venus. Visitors can enjoy stylish lounges and clubs such as Cleopatra’s Barge, which has live music and DJs throughout the evening. Or they can sip on some expensive champagne in the opulent FIZZ Las Vegas Bar and Lounge, but be warned, the drinks menu is phenomenally expensive. Would you like some caviar with that? Want to keep looking for the perfect Vegas hotel? Have a look at Skyscanner Hotels.Translated form the original article on Skyscanner Germany by Nina NeisslReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map 3. ExcaliburNext, we go back to Medieval Britain and more precisely to the land of Camelot. This huge, kitschy castle is located beside the Luxor and within its battlements and turrets there are hotel rooms, a pool, fitness centre and spa. If you don’t want to walk around Las Vegas then be sure to take the monorail that moves among the casino hotels. There is one that takes you from Mandalay to Excalibur. 6. ParisImagine swimming in a pool right next to Las Vegas’s replica of the Eiffel Tower. And if that’s not French enough for you, pop into one of the French speciality restaurants such as the La Creperie or the Café Belle Madeleine. Or shop like a Parisian in their chic boutique stores. 8. Venetian‘O Sole mio…’ We are staying in Italy but now it’s off to Venice. The Venetian is one of the most famous and spectacular hotels in Las Vegas that has virtually an entire mini Venice (including gondolas and canals) inside. So imagine you are in Europe, take a romantic gondola ride and then have a meal in one of the hotel’s surprisingly reasonable Italian restaurants and visit the Madame Tussauds that is in the hotel. Want to travel the world, without having to travel (too) far? Then look no further than Las Vegas. A stone’s throw from each other, some of the most unusual and extravagant themed hotels allow you to go from Paris to New York without walking more than 100 metres. In the world’s gambling mecca you’ll find casinos in the majority of these hotels and of course, if you suddenly fancy a shotgun wedding, chances are you’ll find a nice chapel with an Elvis willing to marry you too.1. The Mandalay Bay Resort and CasinoStart off your Vegas world adventure at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino whose décor is inspired by Southeast Asia (particularly Myanmar). The hotel has its own landscaped sandy beach with beachside casino and many restaurants and clubs. And if that wasn’t enough they also have an aquarium where you can swim with sharks. Oh and did we mention there are also two spas for when the fast-paced Vegas life gets too much? 5. Monte CarloHead back to Europe and enjoy the glitz, glamour and decadence of the Monte Carlo, that boasts four swimming pools with hammocks to enjoy the good weather. Its fitness suite and sauna also have a beauty salon where you can recreate the glamour of La Dolce Vita. 9. Treasure IslandAnd last but not least visit the Caribbean. The Treasure Island hotel is worth a visit as it puts on performances from many well-known acts and performers such as Cirque du Soleil. Relax by the palm tree lined swimming pool and dine in one of the tasty fish restaurants, you’ll soon forget you are in the middle of a city. Related10 reasons you need to visit Las VegasChecking out holidays, hotels and shows in Las Vegas? Here’s a full guide on things to do in the Entertainment Capital of the World, from climbing Red Rocks to cocktails at Caesars Palace.The best hotels in Las Vegas for every budgetCan’t make up your mind on where to stay in Las Vegas? 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