If you’re planning a visit to Sin City, you’ll want to admire the bright lights and outstanding views. From soaring across the sky, to dinner up high, Vegas has plenty of fantastic viewpoints. Check out our pick of the best places to see the city, for some inspiration that will make your trip unforgettable!
For something different:
Perfect for thrill-seekers, this adrenaline packed adventure gives unrivalled views of the strip. Enjoy a complimentary glass of champagne on arrival before boarding a state of the art helicopter. The breath-taking experience will show you the most iconic landmarks on Las Vegas Boulevard, including the world renowned dancing fountains at The Bellagio, the bubbling volcano at The Mirage, and the famous Caesars Palace hotel. Marvel at the illuminated city’s dazzling lights from up above; the best place to see the city’s skyline. You can also choose to book a helicopter flight tour over the awe-inspiring Grand Canyon!
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Hot air balloon-
Imagine the amazing feeling of soaring above the strip in a hot air balloon! Watch the balloon inflate more than ten stories tall and prepare for a once-in-a-lifetime journey. The magical flight takes off from the Southwest Valley, and as you ascend into the skies you’ll be treated to spectacular views of the beautiful Red Rock Mountains, the vast expanse of desert, and of course Las Vegas Boulevard. Enjoy a unique, tranquil escape from the bustling city beneath you, with this relaxing experience. Once your feet are firmly on the ground, celebrate the fantastic flight with a traditional champagne toast!
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SlotZilla Zip Line-
Fly above Fremont Street on a monster zip line at 40mph for the ultimate adrenaline fix! Towering over ten storeys above the street, the huge slot machine inspired attraction stretches over 1,750-feet. With two different heights to choose from, zoom along the zip line from either 77-feet or 114-feet high; if you’re brave enough that is! Discover the lively atmosphere of the oldest parts of Las Vegas, packed with famous casinos and restaurants. Make sure you check out the photos afterwards to see the look on your face as you were catapulted through the air!
For something to drink:
107 Sky Lounge-
Located on the 107th floor of the Stratosphere hotel, this is the place to enjoy a few drinks after a long day of exploring the city. Claiming to serve ‘the dirtiest martini in town’ this is definitely worth a visit! Walk around the outer edge of the bar for mesmerising 360-degree panoramic views. If you’re up for the challenge, you can also visit the Stratosphere in the day to experience even better views on board the exhilarating rooftop rides that will literally leave you on the edge of your seat!
For something to eat:
Eiffel Tower restaurant-
Ideal for a romantic evening out, indulge in the gorgeous French cuisine at the Eiffel Tower restaurant. Bring Paris to you, and dine inside a 541-foot tall replica of the stunning iconic landmark. Reach the restaurant by an elevator that will open up to the kitchen, where you can see the talented head chef Jean Joho preparing a feast of French delicacies. Make sure you try the incredible ‘dramatic soufflé’ desert here, with delicious flavours including chocolate, caramel and Grand Marnier. Serving hundreds of portions each night, this is definitely a firm favourite with diners. Admire the sensational Bellagio fountain show, with the perfect view from your table!
For somewhere to stay:
The Cosmopolitan- Wraparound terrace suite-
Looking for somewhere to stay? Make sure you’re in the middle of the action at The Cosmopolitan, located right in the centre of the strip. The wrap around terrace suite boasts stunning scenic views of the Las Vegas skyline, with your very own 480-square-foot private terrace. Sit back and take it all in from the comfort of your luxurious hotel room or celebrate your trip with an ice cold drink on the terrace (prepared in the room’s sub-zero wine chiller!). Choose to upgrade to a wraparound terrace room with a view of the Bellagio fountains for the ultimate stay with a view.
High Roller Vegas-
Currently the tallest Ferris wheel in the world, the High Roller stands at an astonishing 550-foot tall and 520-foot wide. The impressive observation wheel located within the LINQ, offers a 30-minute journey with brilliant views of Las Vegas. Experience this unique attraction in the day for sunny city views, or witness the bright lights of Vegas coming to life after dark. You can even choose a ‘Happy Half Hour’ ticket, which means you will have an open bar inside your cabin serving unlimited beer and mixed drinks; perfect for a group night out! The High Roller has only been open since 2014, so make the most of this exciting attraction on your trip.
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