The famous Palms Resort has a luxurious suite with two bowling lanes – just in case one isn’t enough.
The number 4 is an unlucky number in China because it sounds similar to the word “death”. Therefore, in some hotels, there are no floors or elevators that contain the number 4.
The largest bronze statue in the United States is in Las Vegas. The MGM Casino’s bronze lion weighs almost 50 tons.
Many casino chains have expanded their range with top-class luxury hotels. Therefore, according to many rankings, more than half of the world’s best hotels are in Las Vegas alone.
The golden windows of the luxurious Mirage are actually colored from real gold dust.
The “Silver Slipper” casino in Las Vegas was the first casino that decided to employ female dealers.
The Riviera Hotel has been in Las Vegas for over 60 years but was demolished in 2016.
The first casino gambling license in Las Vegas was issued in 1931.
High electricity prices: The beam of light from the top of the pyramid of the Luxor consumes $ 51 an hour in electricity costs. Someone says again that electricity costs in this country are expensive.
Casino Flamingo, which was the first casino on the Strip, was named after the stripper friend of the infamous mafiosis Bugsy Siegel. It owes its nickname to its long legs.
If you ever spend a night in all the hotel rooms in the city, it would take a whopping 288 years.
The Wynn was the most expensive hotel in the world when it opened.
The Hotel Bellagio has a whopping 3933 rooms – more rooms than the small and tranquil town of Bellagio in Italy has inhabitants.
Golden Nugget Casino was visited many times in the early stages to see the famous nugget of gold. However, this did not exist in the early days. Only after so many guests asked about it, the gold nugget was introduced afterwards.
The famous Bellagio chocolate fountain has a place in the Guinness Book of Records: With a height of more than 8 meters, it is the largest chocolate fountain in the world.
In downtown Las Vegas and on the Strip, more than 20,000 kilometers of neon tubes adorn the cityscape.
How did FedEx save itself from its existential crisis? The founder Fred Smith picked up the last bit of money and saved his company with a lucky knack at blackjack.
At the Heart Attack Grill restaurant, a man really suffered a heart attack.
Similar to how Mallorca is referred to as the 17th German state, Las Vegas is also referred to as the 9th Hawaiian island.
Eccentric and millionaire Howard Hughes was a long-term guest at the Deserts Inn and lived on the upper floors. When asked to move out, he simply bought the hotel for $ 13 million.
In Las Vegas they really bet on everything: In 1980, hospital employees actually bet on the death of their patients.
Las Vegas loves shrimp: 30 tons of shrimp are eaten annually in Las Vegas alone. That’s more than the rest of the United States combined.
More than a third of all thefts and frauds in casinos do not come from the players, but are perpetrated by the employees.
Las Vegas has many bizarre attractions: For example, an adult playground can be used to drive around with bulldozers and other heavy machinery.
Tourists spend an average of $ 541 per trip to Las Vegas on gambling alone.
On average, the typical Las Vegas visitor spends around 4 hours a day gambling.
The gap between rich and poor is enormous in Las Vegas. The average wage of $ 274,300 a year is only high because there are few super-rich in the city. But that’s because there are a lot of rich people here. Most of the population is very poor. There are almost 14,000 homeless for a population of almost 600,000.
Las Vegas was once considered the world’s gaming stronghold. Meanwhile, Macau has overtaken Las Vegas in China in terms of income.
Records without end: The highest roller coaster in the world is located on the Stratosphere Tower, the largest artificial volcano in the Mirage, the world’s largest glass sculpture and the largest water feature in the Bellagio and the strongest laser beam in the Luxor.
After Istanbul, Las Vegas is the largest wedding metropolis in the world.