Who's Las Vegas for?
It has something for everyone: dozens of mega resorts (many of which are AAA 4- and 5-Diamond hotels), fine dining (think celebrity chefs like Emeril, Thomas Keller, Wolfgang Puck and Guy Fieri) and any type of entertainment you can imagine (the tallest observation wheel in the world, anyone?).
There's really no bad time to visit -- the city is always awake. The crowds descend from July until October, and around long-holiday weekends or specific events, such as March Madness and spring break (a basketball tournament and US school breaks). Many visitors know that the summers are very hot (this is the desert after all), but are often surprised by how cold the city gets in the winter. Temperatures are sometimes 10 degrees or lower at night.
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