There are a few B&B options in the suburbs, which are great for escaping the sights and sounds of downtown, and some youth hostels reasonably close to the action.
Surprisingly, camping is a solid option and the city is home to a number of RV Parks.
In both buffets and a-la-carte establishments, Las Vegas is becoming somewhat of a Mecca for foodies.
Celebrity chefs and sommeliers abound and restaurants are not afraid to push the envelope.
You either love Vegas or hate it, and those who love it work hard to make a life there.
Behind the Strip and the buzzing downtown area the pace relaxes just a little, and the suburbs are full of down-to-earth residents.
Techies will enjoy the International Consumer Electronics Show and the World Series of Poker now enjoys global TV coverage.
The people are a multicultural melting pot, seeking opportunity, thrills and challenges.
Comedy, big-name musical acts, theatre and so much more… For annual events, New Year’s Eve on the Strip is a huge attraction, with more than 300,000 attendees last year.
But it is not all showbiz - a bit of mid-west cowboy culture hits town for the National Finals Rodeo, while NASCAR makes an appearance at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
There’s a multitude of interesting places to go and things to do, and the city never stops.
From watching the fountains of the Bellagio or getting married at midnight in a delightfully tacky chapel, to browsing the excellent vintage shops or finding a local gem of a restaurant in a side street, you will always be entertained.