Best Places in Sin City to Cause Trouble
The city of Las Vegas is known as a city of glittering casinos and all the entertainment venues, from restaurants to nightclubs to concert venues, that are attached to the city’s world-renowned gambling industry.
What started out as an effort to bleed a few extra dollars out of the workers building the Hoover Dam has become a globally recognized industry, with many thriving businesses, include those we’re proud to design websites for. And, to its credit, millions of visitors flock to the city every year, with people coming from around the world to sample the city’s pleasures, primarily its casinos.
But the best casinos in Las Vegas are its biggest, brightest and most renowned adult playgrounds. Of particular note is the Luxor Casino. Located on the southern portion of the Las Vegas Strip (technically in a small town called Paradise, Nevada that is not actually a part of Las Vegas proper), the casino is over a hundred thousand square feet inside, crammed into a massive glass pyramid with a rendition of the Great Sphinx of Giza in front. With its pharaonic Egyptian theme (with the kind of high class bad taste only Las Vegas can do right), two thousand slot machines and 87 gaming tables, the Luxor is a sizable casino, with a hotel containing over four thousand rooms built on top of it.
With a Roman rather than Egyptian theme, Caesars Palace on the west side of the Las Vegas strip also intends to cash in on the glories of the ancient world. Older than the Luxor by decades, Caesars Palace was intended to create a sense of opulence that gave its guests an idea of the glories of ancient Rome, though more along the lines of ancient Rome in movies than any sort of archaeological sense. Still, there’s no denying that even an emperor would be quite cozy here and the hotel attached to the casino boasts over three thousand rooms. Intended to attract high rollers, it has a 4,500-square foot poker room that operates at all hours of the day and night.
Finally, there is the Tropicana. An older casino dating back to the 1950s when Las Vegas came into its own, it has over fifty thousand square feet of gaming space and over 1,400 rooms. Boasting a world-renowned comedy show and the world-famous Sky Beach Club, it is unsurprising that this casino has lasted over fifty years.
Starfire Web Design Las Vegas is just a short distance from some of Vegas’ best casinos. If you are going to be visiting us for web design services, don’t forget to visit some of these iconic Vegas landmarks and have a little fun while you’re here!