The Strip
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This iconic stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard is lined with the city's most glamorous and exciting casinos, hotels, and entertainment spots.
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4.5
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Very good
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Mike H
Plainfield, IL159 contributions
May 2021 • Couples
Never saw any problems and we did walk a lot had to stop and rest many times because a medical condition I have tucked into a casino sat at a slot machine until I caught my energy back. Lots of liquor being consommé. Lots of people dressed up. Only problem I saw was the strip is no place for children and I saw a lot of them as there were plenty of women with just pasties on and short shorts. Women with whips all performers trying to make a $$$ Las Vegas is like Disney world you can do it on a budget or go crazy and spend tons of money. Saw a drink selling for $56 and a bottle of coke was 4.59 but people didn’t care Fat Tuesday had a line from the minute they open until probably closing time. Thursday was more crowded then rest of week as people from LA made long weekend. Knowing this I’d go to Fremont street on Thursday next time I’m sure more street performers
Written May 10, 2021
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Annette C
Wilmington, NC7 contributions
Sep 2022
It was so much fun going into so many casinos. It was really hot when we were there, but we used the local bus - a 24 hour pass was only $8 and buses came every 15-20 minutes. We also rode the monorail and trams. Each hotel had something special to see.
Written October 8, 2022
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gsgman777
Columbia, IL481 contributions
Oct 2022
We went for a few days and always enjoy people watching while walking The Strip. always be aware of your surroundings like anywhere you go. You may not want to blindly grab what someone is handing you. Also, if you are drunk watch out for the street performers, "showgirls", or whomever may walk up to you. Saw this one drunk guy get surrounded by 4 of the "showgirls" at night at Bellagio Fountains and they had him get his phone out and cash app them money. lol
Written November 9, 2022
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valsetz
Sparks, GA242 contributions
May 2021
This area is NOT the same STRIP as before Covid hit. Nothing much stays open after 7pm. Doors are locked and people start going back to their rooms. It is filthy because they are hurting for workers, no one that is working has time to help you or give directions. The huge casinos are at least a mile long, and if you have trouble walking, don't go to this city. My husband almost collapsed. No place to sit down, extremely high prices for food. Fast foods will cost you around $23 each! And it is greasy and bad food. So crowded on the sidewalks people will knock you down if you don't walk as fast as they do. Banisters are dirty, sidewalks are dirty, doors are filthy, just to buy a t shirt costs at least $15. If you can go anyplace else for vacation, do so. Our room 4 miles off the strip cost us $1600 and and we bought a Go Vegas pass for $1295 and got scammed and was not able to use any of it. They claimed we used it to go to many places when we did not use it at all ! Don't go to this city unless you want to get scammed and cheated.. They want to make their money back that they lost in Covid,, well they are doing it very well.
Written May 20, 2021
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Male2069
Barton-upon-Humber, UK128 contributions
Jan 2022 • Couples
You turn up and expect the glitz, the glammer, I mean come on this is sin city in America the places where you can dream big and win bigger ?
No not at all
Downtown vegas fremont Street is vibrant full of soul and life and energy the strip is just boring and actually quite dangerous
There are homeless people begging everywhere, signs making you feel uncomfortable the moment you walk outside of your room
Hotels looking to rip you clean off with 22 dollar water, I joke you not
Every casino is a carbon copy inside of the others, same machines, same kind of layout and not user friendly either. I get they want to keep you in but for God's sake if I want to go make the directions easier please or you just rile people up.
It's over priced, soulless
I came to play poker and turned up to a tournament or alleged tournament at 11.05 one morning. 8 players in total 8. Is that some kind of joke ?
The tables rarely have more than a couple of players on them and the street bird women hassle you constantly even when you say no
At least at downtown vegas they have a circle to stand in so can't walk up and grab you
There are decent places to eat, but to be honest the strip has a lack of neon and a lack of soul.
It just feels like the soul has been sacked clean out of it for profit.
Staff are friendly at the hotels but compare this to downtown where they have a light show at the light and it's amazing, live bands outside. You have people dancing on bars, casinos full of people, zip lines and fun things to do, the strip simply does not and cannot compare
I would come back to vegas without doubt, but it would be to stay in downtown fremont Street as that felt safer, looked nicer and eas the experience of fun, laughing, joking full casinos with players winning and losing and enjoying themselves that I would have expected from the strip
I am sorry but the strip clearly is not what it was or could be and given the pricing should be
Written January 29, 2022
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IngridMarylin
4 contributions
Jun 2022 • Family
I thought it would be a nice place for my kids to walk the strip and see the beautiful hotels but I was wrong. I was in Vegas 10 years ago and it is a very different place. Everything is super expensive. It's actually cheaper to buy from the airport.
Lots of homeless, drunk and high people on the stip. My 12 year old was randomly yelled at by a stranger while walking on the strip.
It felt like everyone was trying to rip you off... especially the hotel... I paid $30 for 2 drinks at the pool bar and one of those drinks was non-alcoholic.
I will definitely not be taking my kids again and don't recommend anyone does.
Also, be cautious of the "showgirls" on the strip as they said they will take a picture for a tip and then tried to get us to at $60!! We did not pay that!
Written June 18, 2022
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I Build Slow G
1 contribution
Feb 2021 • Friends
Just got back and it was horrible. I’ve been to Las Vegas 15 times and this trip was aweful. I get the masks and everybody followed it but the people were always yelling at you about pulling the mask up. Your trying to drink and have fun on your time off from work....beware it’s bad. Restaurants all close early and if you don’t book on open table with parties less than 6 but usually 4 you won’t be eating in a nice restaurant. The few workers they have are overwhelmed and almost rude to you all the time. Get a drink in Las Vegas haha! Bring your own because you will
Pay $15-$20 for a drink on the strip if you can get the one bartender to serve you. Downtown had better prices and is very busy. Don’t bother trying to watch and learn a game- no spectators. Finding a black jack table is a chore as well. Most table were full of the scam games like 3 card poker, Texas hold-em poker and all very low odd games. Checking into a hotel...what a joke. All kiosk and most don’t work properly. If they have changed to try to “protect” people they will be doing good because I for one won’t be back so thanks for changing everything. Go back to normal, people will honor the masks but get your employees
Back to work to give the proper service to the people who come to support. Horrible job Vegas! Very disappointed!
Written February 28, 2021
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Ossie
Kilkeel, UK178 contributions
Oct 2022 • Couples
So much to see with unbelievable classy hotels especially the Venetian with the sky in the ceiling and “canal” running through it.
I think it’s a shame that many of the hotels have so many shops in them, it’s more like shopping centres.
I found it hard to understand why there is so many down and outs when there obviously is a lot of money about, heart breaking, although they don’t bother you much.
BIG BIG downside was that there is very very little seating about, virtually nowhere to sit down for a rest.
Thankfully we don’t gamble or drink, because of the prices of everything it would nearly drive you to drinks!!
I much preferred the old strip
Written October 20, 2022
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JMCSTL
Saint Louis, MO5,477 contributions
Oct 2022
My wife's first visit to Las Vegas, and my first time spending significant time along the Strip. I hesitated in rating The Strip as "Average" because that doesn't do some of the individual attractions justice. We enjoyed the Fountains of Bellagio show, and the Mirage Volcano show, and the architectural details of the New York New York & Paris Las Vegas & Caesars Palace hotels plus the neon lights on the fronts of the Flamingo & Harrah's hotels. But the elbow-to-elbow crowds for blocks on end at any time of the day or night, and the pedestrian flow interruptions to take escalators up to & back down from diverting walkway overpasses, and the frequent unwanted engagements from street hustlers, and the nearly-constant smell of skunky marijuana smoke along the sidewalks all combined to overwhelm any sense of excitement that The Las Vegas Strip is touted for.

After 4 days & nights of all that annoyance with minimal reward, we were ready to go home & we do not intend to visit again. Our places can be taken by younger & more intoxicated & partially clothed thrill seekers.
Written November 13, 2022
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kevnbren
Mansfield, TX49 contributions
May 2021 • Couples
Last time for me. Ghetto has taken over Las Vegas. Pot smoking everywhere. Homeless people lying everywhere. The crowd seems like they just got their stimulus checks and were just released from jail. Loud, cursing abrasive people. The women huge and spilling over their skin tight see through skirts and tiny shirts. Belly showing. No shame. Men dressed like women. LGBTQ convention with anything available. All this to go along with over priced restaurants and casinos that are more greedy than ever, high minimum table games, tight slots, and stingy drinks from not very friendly cocktail waitresses. Gone are the fun days of Vegas. Legalizing marijuana and general decay of society in full view here. So sad. The only reason to come to Vegas is to take day trips to the beautiful national parks-Zion, Bryce and Grand Canyon.
Written May 26, 2021
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