Monday, April 20, 2015

Mid Strip Hotels in Las Vegas

Mid strip hotels have a big shopping theme for the most part.  There are a lot of shops in these hotels mentioned as well as other attractions.

    The Bellagio has an eight acre lake in front that represents the Lake Como village that the hotel was named after.  In this lake, about every hour, you can view some impressive water ballet and choreography.  At night, it is lit up and put to music for an even better show.  The shops in the Via Bellagio offer the current trends and clothiers such as Prada, Gucci, and Armani.

    Caesar's Palace which is right across the street from the Bellagio has a Roman decor and some of the staff wear gladiator outfits.  The 4,000 seat Coliseum was built just for Celine Dion who performs two hundred shows each year.  The Forum Shops cover three floors at one end of Caesar's and they have something for every taste and interest.

    The Venetian Hotel is elegance and sophistication.  The rooms are done in Italian marble and have glass showers and deep tubs.  The second floor houses the Grand Canal Shoppes and these are laid against a beautiful backdrop of sky and fluffy clouds to make you think you are outside.  They also offer gondola rides though the hotel.

    The Mirage Hotel is located right across the street from the Venetian.  They also own the Treasure Island right next door.  The first thing you will see when you ride the moving sidewalk to the entrance of the hotel is the tiger habitat.  Siegfried and Roy house several of their white tigers in this enclosure.  Their CRAVINGS restaurant has a breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffet that encompasses every taste out there.  Their shops are minimal as they have opened a rain forest exhibit full of palm trees and waterfalls.  The one main attraction here is the volcano that is located out front.  It goes off after sunset every 15 minutes and incorporates a colorful light show as well.

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