No place in the world is quite like the Las Vegas Strip. It is basically the 3½-mile stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard, which is packed with over 20 of the largest casino resorts in the world and almost 70,000 hotel rooms. Several of the properties such as the Luxor’s pyramid-shaped, 30-story main building are architectural sensations.
Downtown Las Vegas is where the crazy-wonderfulness of Vegas began and it’s where you’ll find some of the most memorable Las Vegas experiences today. Here is where classic Vegas meets new Vegas in a mash-up that has created quirky nightlife – cosplay bar meet biker bar; dynamic dining from decadent donuts to vegan faves; and wild parties (we’re talking you Fremont Street Experience). From cheap drinks and affordable hotels, to ziplining through the neon lights of Fremont Street, downtown Las Vegas puts the Vegas in your trip. Plus, it’s just really fun to say. Downtown Las Vegas, Las Vegas Downtown.
Henderson, a city in Nevada, is home to approximately 290,000 people. Thanks to several housing options and master-planned, award-winning communities, Henderson introduces you to a high-quality lifestyle. Henderson is the lone complete-service Southern Nevada city, which means the city has dedicated fire, water, sewer and police services for its residents’ benefits.
As one of the largest and fastest-growing cities in Nevada, North Las Vegas is a melting pot of desert valleys, panoramic vistas and dynamic development. Many people are surprised to learn that the city is actually separate from Las Vegas, with an entirely new set of attractions and appeal all is own. And, while it may not boast the world-famous Las Vegas Strip, visitors will find no shortage of gaming venues in North Las Vegas, including the impressive Cannery Casino and Hotel.
Summerlin, a development of The Howard Hughes Corporation, is literally master-planned to perfection and will be for years to come. Since 1990 this community has grown to encompass more than 230 parks, more than two dozen public and private schools, 14 houses of worship, nine golf courses, three resort hotels, world-class recreational facilities, retail and entertainment centers, well-established office parks, a state-of-the-art medical center and more — all playfully connected by more than 150 miles of nationally-recognized, award-winning trails that span the community.