Las Vegas – Home to The World’s Best Restaurants

Las Vegas is unlike any other city in the world, and it has vast amounts to offer tourists, which is why it continues to be one of the world’s most visited cities and draws people from all over the planet.

Las Vegas hotels are without a doubt the most characterful and eye-catching on the planet, especially from the outside. Take a stroll down the Strip and you’ll see hotels that look like castles, city skylines, pyramids and Italian palaces. On the inside, they have more to offer than you could possibly imagine – and not just casinos.

If you can tear yourself away from the roulette tables, you’ll see cinemas, bowling alleys, games rooms and restaurants serving what seems to be cuisine from just about every part of the world – and it’s all in an all you can eat buffet style.

Once you’ve explored your hotel and its sun drenched pool, you’ll see that there is plenty to do in Las Vegas outside of your hotel as well. The Strip is home to some of the world’s most famous tourist destinations, a replica of the Eiffel Tower sits proudly next to a replica of one of Paris’ other attractions, the Moulin Rouge, while a little further down the Strip you’ll see the famous Bellagio Fountains. Visit at 9pm and you’ll witness a fantastic display of fountains and music.

If you somehow manage to take your eyes away from the fountains, the roller coasters on hotel rooftops and the incredible architecture of Sin City, you’ll discover that Las Vegas is home to many top class restaurants that have to be eaten at to be believed. Las Vegas is known for its love of steak, and you’ll find numerous steakhouses dotted around the city. Arguably the best of these is SW Steakhouse, located (as many of the finest Vegas restaurants are) in a hotel – the Wynn Las Vegas. Huge, American portions are delivered in a variety of formats that just cry out to be devoured.

If steak’s not your thing, you could do a lot, lot worse than plump for a meal at Le Cirque, in the Bellagio. This fusion of Belgian and French cuisine is dining at its finest, with a menu that truly gets the taste buds going and will stay a long time in the memory.

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