Hotels in Las Vegas

Bright lights, big city – there's no place quite like Las Vegas. With its stunning skyline, glittering casinos, and world-class dining, there’s no shortage of thrilling experiences in this exciting desert oasis. Whether you fancy staying on the famed Strip, the original Downtown, or maybe somewhere a little bit quieter, you’re certainly in for a treat.

From luxurious resorts, such as The Bellagio, with its iconic fountain show, to family-friendly hotels offering great value for money, Las Vegas caters to every budget and taste. Why not ignite your adventure and book the perfect accommodation to match with LycaFly today? Explore the "Entertainment Capital of the World" in style.

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Radiating energy and excitement, Las Vegas, otherwise known as ‘Sin City’, is a major resort city famed for its vibrant nightlife, fine dining, and, of course, its highly decorated casinos. Las Vegas is the most populous city in Nevada and the 25th-most populous in the United States, often referred to as the Entertainment Capital of the World. As the sixth-most visited city on U.S. soil with over 2.9 million visitors as of 2019, it's a one-stop destination for outstanding entertainment and the buzz of unending nightlife.

The city has flourished since its founding in 1905 and has now become a leading financial, commercial, and cultural centre for the state of Nevada. Las Vegas is nestled within the majestic mountain ranges of Clark County, surrounded by the captivating natural beauty of the Mojave Desert. Armed with an inviting subtropical hot desert climate, the city is one of the sunniest, driest, and least humid locations in North America, adding another feather to its cap as the perfect year-round holiday destination.

When to visit Las Vegas

When it comes to planning your escape to the city that never sleeps, timescale is key. Ideal for family outings, the months between March to May, and September to November offer the milder, more comfortable temperatures Las Vegas is less renowned for, still with the guarantee of that glorious desert sunshine. For those brave enough to handle the heat, summer in the city can see temperatures climb past 100 degrees.

If it's the electric atmosphere you're after, the winter months around New Year's Eve, the Super Bowl, and Valentine's Day see a surge in visitors flocking to the city streets, albeit at cooler temperatures. Spring promises a mix of comfortably warm days with temperatures in the 70s and 80s. As summer rolls away, Autumn makes for a fantastic time to visit the city. As the heat begins to dwindle and tourist traffic calms, the city reveals another charming facet. Regardless of when you choose to visit, Las Vegas promises an unforgettable experience for all kinds of visitors.

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