The world’s highest thrill rides await, a whopping 110 stories above the Strip. Big Shot straps riders into completely exposed seats...
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...
Las Vegas has many buildings over 20 stories tall, but only the Stratosphere exceeds 100. Atop the 1149ft-high tapered tripod tower,...
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...
The Rat Pack, Marilyn Monroe and Elvis all dined at this fabulously retro steakhouse with the steer's head out front. Come here to soak...
Standing in the no-man’s-land of the North Strip, the Sahara is a survivor. The Moroccan-themed casino is one of the few vintage Vegas icons to withstand the onslaught of corporate megaresorts. After the Sahara threw open its doors in 1952, its Conga Room showcased everyone from jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald to the Beatles.