The most bad-ass of the Stratosphere Tower’s thrill rides, this 855ft controlled free fall drops you at speeds up to 40mph. Your...
Las Vegas has many buildings exceeding 20 stories, but only the Stratosphere tops one hundred. Atop the elegantly tapered 1149ft...
Roni Josef Salon & Spa
Before you pop into a wedding chapel on Las Vegas Blvd north of the Strip, stop by the Stratosphere’s shopping arcade, where this...
It’s the closest you can get to Tijuana without leaving the state. Knock back tequila shots here and get some oyster shooters, too. On...
At this '50s-style rock 'n' roll diner, servers drop everything to perform song-and-dance numbers straight out of Grease . It's...
Lonely Planet review
The world’s highest thrill rides await, a whopping 110 stories above the Strip. Big Shot straps riders into completely exposed seats that zip up the tower’s pinnacle, while Insanity spins riders out over the tower’s edge. Views from xScream are good, but the ride itself is a dud. If you want an adrenaline rush, save your dough for the SkyJump instead.