From a gondola ride through the canals of the Venetian to the laser light atop the Luxor Pyramid, check out some of the most elaborate hotels in Las Vegas.
Home to some of the largest hotels and casinos in the world, the Las Vegas Strip spans over 4 miles and is littered with bright lights, flashy hotels and the most eclectic array of entertainment around.
Best known for the Forum Shops, Ceasars Palace, which has over 3,000 rooms in 5 different towers, is located in the center of the Las Vegas Strip.
As a tribute to the gondola rides through the canals of Venice, a gondolier gives tourists a ride at the Venetian Hotel & Casino.
The Excalibur, named for the mythical sword of King Arthur, is located on the strip and it's facade is a stylized image of a castle.
A view of the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino, the second largest hotel resort complex in Las Vegas.
Take a trip to Paris without having to fly overseas. The replica Eiffel Tower at the Paris Hotel & Casino is a signature of the Las Vegas skyline.
The Mirage Resort and Casino in Las Vegas is the former home of legendary magicians, Siegfried & Roy.
Though not quite as big as the real city, New York New York Hotel and Casino gives off a New York City vibe from the moment you walk in the doors.
A symbol known all over the globe, this Hard Rock guitar is located just off the strip at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
Famed for its elegance and always popular fountains, the Bellagio is a 5 diamond award-winning hotel and casino located on Las Vegas Strip.
One of the most spectacular sights in Vegas, the laser light that appears from the top of the Luxor Hotel & Casino Pyramid is visible from outer space.