Las Vegas is the premier entertainment city in the world. The big casinos are not just about gambling any more, now their competition is who has the biggest super stars and the best shows. The big casino hotels famous from many movies are located on The Strip. You can just visit all of them when you are there. Experience the indoor version of Venice, including the canals and a large San Marco square, under a painted sky, or the replica of the Eifel Tower in Hotel Paris.
The gay scene in Las Vegas is growing stronger every year and the annual pride celebration offers a host of parties and pageants. The Night Parade in downtown is a glamorous, glittering spectacle that is a tribute to the kitsch city. The city continues to add attractions to satisfy the ever-growing number of LGBT vacationers who flock there each year. Same-sex couples holding hands in the glittery casinos and well-built gay men dancing the night away at the most popular bars and clubs are increasingly common sights on the Strip. Although there isn’t really a gay neighborhood, the majority of the city’s gay bars and clubs are clustered around the Fruit Loop, on Paradise Road near East Harmon Avenue, and the Village Square Commercial Center, on Sahara Avenue near Maryland Parkway.
Located on the Las Vegas Strip, Tropicana – Las Vegas Casino Hotel Resort is a 10-minute walk to the monorail at the MGM Grand. The hotel features 24-hour casino gaming, nightly entertainment and on-site restaurants.
Tropicana Las Vegas is a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, with rooms which boasts a 42-inch plasma TV, iPod docking station and views of the gardens or Vegas Strip. Guests can get skincare treatments at the on-site salon or workout in the gym. There is a variety of dining options and you can get sandwiches at the cafes or enjoy steaks, seafood and gourmet Italian cuisine at the hotel’s full-service restaurants.
McCarran International Airport is only a 10-minute drive away.