Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Hotel & Casino has a lovely terrace overlooking The Strip, making it one of the few Las Vegas restaurants to have outdoor seating. It’s perfect for people watching over a Parisian-style breakfast.
No trip to Vegas would be complete without a visit to a buffet. And The Buffet at Wynn is really quite something thanks to the décor - flower sculptures beneath a beautiful glass atrium.
Serving Italian tapas plates by award-winning chef Julian Serrano, Lago at the Bellagio has a beautiful outdoor terrace with views of the Bellagio fountain show. This is also a great spot for Sunday brunch.
Not all your meals have to be eaten on The Strip - there are lots of restaurants outside of the hotels, too. Tacos & Beer is a place to get your fix of Mexican food paired with a choice of 20 beers on tap.
Aureole at Mandalay Bay was one of the earliest additions to the Las Vegas strip and has become well known for its wine angels, who fly up into the air to collect your wine for you from a four- storey tower.
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The strip’s biggest hotel, the MGM Grand, lines up pool parties headlined by famous DJs, a supersized nightclub and 15 restaurants.
Stay at the The Bellagio Las Vegas over Thanksgiving and you can dine on a five-course gourmet dinner and see the stunning botanical display in the Bellagio Conservatory.
At the Sahara Las Vegas, you’ll find a rooftop pool, club nights and deluxe rooms among this hotel’s three themed towers.
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