Rating: Location: Las Vegas, Nevada Description: Hotel & Casino Directions: From LA Tel: (702) 693-711 Site: www.bellagio.com Amenities: Concierge of bellagio, Fountains of bellagio, Botanical gardens, Gallery of fine arts, Pool and court yards, Golf, Photography, Lobby. Prices: varies from room to the day of the week. Starting at 250 a night the normal suite. Time: 24h open Review: If you imagine about a Place where you could relax and enjoy your holidays and not paying a fortune, Bellagio is the place to go. Its one of the best hotels in Vegas, and has one of the best casinos too. There is tree aspects of these unique place, taking off the prices are so good that I think everyone with little money can manage to stay there. that you will notice from the start. The first thing I liked about the hotel was the attendance. It was so fast and the employees were so polite that you will think you live there and not passing by. The second was the rooms, its better then anything you can imagine, everything you need for your stay is in place and ready to use. The third is the night activities, many different things to choose between dinner whit your wife or playing in the hotel casino, from going to the best gardens you ever seen , to seeing dancing fountains, it has no ending to the possibilities.
Rating: Description: Casino Location: Bellagio Casino Tel: (702) 693-711 Site: www.bellagio.com Amenities: Poker room, Table games, Slots, Race and sports books, Responsible gaming, Players club. Review: Definitively the best casino I have been in a long time. The first best thing about the Bellagio casino is the variety of games. You are open to different choices and new experiences. The employees are very polite and always ready to help. The games are a marvelous experience its nothing that I ever saw. The other best thing is the opportunity of enjoying your own private game with friends or people of your own line. And to do that you just need to see tha games available at the many clubs they have, being the most famous The Players Club, and book a game for you and your friends or sign in for future games in different levels of bets. Another good thing about this club is the responsible gaming program that helps people playing responsible. So you can rest worried that you will never leave the Bellagio without your pants.lol
Attractions Bodies...The Exhibition
Hours of operation: Open daily, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Last admission is at 9 p.m.
Cost: General admission, $31. Combo tickets for Titanic and Bodies are available for $53 (without the audio tour) and $59 (with the audio tour). Tickets are good for seven days from date of purchase.
Payment options: Cash, credit cards. Reservations: N/A.
Location: 3900 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 492-3960
Age/Height/Weight restrictions: N/A
When you see the name “ Bodies ” don’t think it will be something about naked people ! As you can see in picture it is about human organs, skeletons, nervous systems and other structures of human body. Even you can see different stages of a baby's development, from eight weeks old to eight months, and all of this things in 3-D vision and you get the chance to see real bodies . It is very good for people who interested in human biology or something like that. But be careful, don’t throw up, it is really disgusting to see it. There are nine rooms dedicated to different parts of the body, including the muscular, nervous, circulatory, respiratory and digestive systems. A lot of people visit it including students, parents and just tourists. I promise that you will not be disappointed!!!
Attractions Pole Position Raceway Ranking: Hours of operation: Sunday - Thursday, 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.; Friday Saturday, 11 a.m. - midnight. Cost: 2-Race Junior: $49 per person (includes two races) 2-Race Adult: $55 per person (includes two races) 3-Race Adult: $80 per person (includes 3 races) All-You-Can-Race Day Pass: $125 (includes unlimited racing during all public race sessions). This is for adult racers only and is not available on Saturdays. Payment options: Cash, credit cards. Reservations: For private events, please call (702) 227-7223. Location: 4175 S. Arville St. Las Vegas, NV 89103 Age/Height/Weight restrictions: Guests must be at least four feet tall (48 inches) and able to safely operate an indoor kart.
Do you want to feel adrenaline?! Do you like speed, sound of wheel?! Do you like to compete with another guys who is the faster?! If yes, you need to go there. This place is very good for feel all of this things. Road like specially made for it. The kart, helmet, road and building where you will race with other guys everything is new. Quality of service is almost perfect, because staff so friendly and always want to help you with your questions. If you never try it before it is still OK. You don’t need to worry about this. They will teach you how to drive and other thing about you carting race. I strongly recommend you to visit this place! If you want to beat me come on! Come here! Try your chance!
Shibuya Restaurant ☆☆☆☆☆
Shibuya transports diners to the stylish streets of its namesake Japanese neighborhood with traditional culinary offerings and a colorful contemporary decor. Yabu Pahelberg’s dramatic design offers distinctive dining environments to match the diversity of Shibuya’s cuisine. An expansive marble sushi bar and playful virtual aquarium set the stage for Master Sushi Chef Yoshinori Nakazawa’s creative rolls and sashimi dishes, while dynamic teppanyaki seating create intimate environments for enjoying the culinary performance of teppan griddle cooking.
The main “Bento Box” dining room’s kelp-like pillars create private niches for savoring Executive Chef StephaneChevet’s modern Japanese cuisine while sampling from Shibuya’s celebrated sake collection.
Information Address: 3799 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109 Cross Street: Tropicana Ave. Location: The Strip Cuisine: Japanese Average 3-Course Meal: $50 - $75
JET ☆☆☆☆ Club Review This night club has a great atmosphere and it plays a great selection of popular music. I went the with my friends and we had good time there when the DJ Eddie McDonald start playing the music. The drinks there are expensive but music keeps people from going home. And another great thing is the people, there are different cultures, not just Americans and that makes it a really good place to make friends and meet new people. I recommend everyone who is old enough to go there and enjoy the same way that I did.
Information Hours of operation: Thursday - Saturday and Monday, 10:30 p.m. - 4 a.m. Cover price:Front-of-the-line pass: $50 (Includes single admission and line pass). Location: Inside the Mirage. Music: Main room: rock, hip-hop and popular dance music; house music in a second room, and eclectic mixes in the third. Clientele/Age Group: 21 and over. Occupancy: 1500.