This is a game changer. Deal yourself in with exclusive hotel savings in Vegas. Just book a JetBlue Vacations package (air + hotel) by 4/25/17 for travel 5/8 - 10/31/17.
Offer is not valid on existing reservations and may not be combined with any other offer. Offer valid for arrivals Sunday, January 12, 2014 through and including Thursday, September 11, 2014. Reservation must be booked for a minimum of 3 nights. Subject to availability and black-out days may apply. Limit 2 tickets per reservation, based on double occupancy (only 1 ticket maximum if only 1 person is booked in a room), and both tickets must be used for the same show and show time. Tickets must be reserved within 72 hours of booking your room and no later than February 3, 2014. This offer does not accumulate if unused. Some restrictions may apply. Tickets are not available for all price categories at all performances. Limited seating is available for select performances. Seating availability and location is determined automatically on a first-come-first-serve basis. This offer is non-transferable and has no cash value. Show tickets can only be redeemed by the primary guest as it appears on the reservation. Guest must check into the hotel prior to picking up their show tickets. A daily resort fee which includes select resort amenities may be added to your room account. Consecutive reservations will be excluded from receiving show tickets. Tickets must be picked up from the applicable Box Office at least 4 hours prior to show time or they are subject to be released. A valid credit card must be presented upon check-in. Participants must be at least 21 years of age. MGM Resorts reserves the right to cancel, suspend or modify this offer at its sole discretion and without prior notice.
Baggage/Other Charges: As part of a JetBlue Vacations Package, first checked bag on JetBlue flights is $25, the second checked bag is $35 and additional checked bags (over two) are $100. Price does not include fees for oversized/overweight/extra baggage or charges for products/services sold separately or not expressly included in package (such as airport transfers, resort fees, etc.). For JetBlue Optional Services and Fees (incl. baggage fees), click here.
Changes/Cancellations: Changes/cancellations must be in accordance with JetBlue and hotel policies. If change/cancel is made 60 days or more prior to departure date: $70 fee per person, plus any applicable hotel or other Travel Supplier penalties. If change/cancel is made within 60 days of departure date: $135 fee per person, plus any applicable hotel or other Travel Supplier penalties. JetBlue requires changes/cancellations to be made prior to scheduled departure, otherwise all money for package will be forfeited. Hotel change/cancel policies and fees apply, vary by property, and may be more restrictive than the JetBlue policy. Call 1-800-JETBLUE (538-2583), option 3 for the specific change/cancellation policies and fees that apply to a particular package. For changes, there may be an increase in package price. Valid cancellations are for JetBlue Vacations credit only, valid for 1 year.
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Best for: nightlife and live entertainment
Don't miss: shows
Be sure to try: world-class dining
A little background
Started as a small town supplying water to the railroad steam locomotives, Las Vegas took the emergence of the railroad and turned itself into the city we know today. A glittering jewel with all forms of entertainment and nightlife. The legalization of gambling in 1931 and the construction of the Hoover Dam laid a solid foundation for the development of Las Vegas in the 1950s. After World War II, Las Vegas became synonymous with lavish hotels, grand casinos, and big-name entertainment. From a wild party to a relaxing excursion to Red Rock Canyon, Las Vegas is a destination with fun for anyone.
Known as the artery of Las Vegas, The Strip loosely refers to the high concentration of lavish hotel-casinos along the small central section of Las Vegas Boulevard. Particularly during the night, the neon wonderland amazes its visitors with some of the greatest sound-and-light shows in the world. If you begin your stroll at the pyramid at Luxor, just across the road you will see the New York-New York hotel & casino and its replica of the New York City skyline of the 1940s. Other must-see spots include the Mirage volcano as it erupts, the Eiffel Tower, and the beautifully choreographed water fountain ballet at Bellagio.
Fremont Street Experience
The history of Fremont Street can be dated back to 1905, even before the existence of The Strip. The first Las Vegas gaming license was issued in 1931 to the Northern Club on Fremont Street. Today, it is the five-block exciting pedestrian promenade located in Downtown Las Vegas, filled with iconic casinos, changing light shows, and free live nightly entertainment. Here you will find yourself in a constant party atmosphere all under the glitter of the 1,500-foot long Viva Vison screen. The latest exciting attraction is the slot machine-inspired zip line designed for thrill seekers. Soaring 77 feet over the tourists below, the zip line sends riders flying high above the casinos on Fremont Street, giving them an aerial view of the entire area.
With close to 40 million annual visitors, Las Vegas is becoming one of the world's greatest culinary capitals. The city is filled with a staggering variety of options when it comes to food. Celebrity chefs debut their latest concepts in their Vegas establishments, raising the culinary bar non-stop. Restaurants constantly offer cutting-edge menus that cater to every taste and indulgence. From fine to casual dining, French cuisine to Brazilian barbecue, Las Vegas has something for every palate.
Named one of the Top 10 Construction Achievements of the 20th Century and a National Historic Landmark, Hoover Dam continues to draw visitors even 80 years after its creation. Standing at more than 725 feet above the Colorado River, it is one of the country's largest hydroelectric power facilities. A good spot to enjoy a spectacular view of the dam is the Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge. The dam also offers a panoramic view of Lake Mead, the largest man-made reservoir in the country.