There are many good hotels in Las Vegas, but parents traveling with children are looking for a different experience than the experienced gamer. Fortunately, there are several beautiful hotels in Las Vegas that cater to young customers, ensuring that the whole family has a good time.
Circus, Circus is a great choice for a family vacation in Las Vegas. The facility is made up of three towers with a connected air shuttle, which most children consider the first attraction. The Adventuredome inside the complex is the largest indoor theme park in the world and a perfect destination for fun with the kids. Circus-themed shows and wandering artists abound, and everyone will enjoy miniature golf, bungee jumping, and the choice of over 200 carnival games. Of course, parents will appreciate the 100,000 square foot casino and the excellent restaurants.
Another family property in Las Vegas is the Excalibur. Designed to reproduce the Camelot house of King Arthur, Excalibur offers children and a similar experience to walking in a fairy tale. Families cross the moat to enter the property and every detail is charming. The first floor of the hotel is specially designed for children, full of carnival games and arcades and themed entertainment. The large pools have a waterfall and several slides, and a popular attraction for dinner is the Tournament of Kings, a show with dragons, jousting, wizards, and good food. The large themed casino is a treat for parents, as are the other large restaurants on the property.
Another exciting family hotel is the Luxor, an Egyptian pyramid in Las Vegas. This grand hotel is actually larger than the pyramids of Egypt and is guarded by an authentic style Sphinx. Children will enjoy the two-story video arcade and the IMAX theater. All rooms have sloping walls, inviting a lesson in geometry, and furniture decorated with Egyptian symbols. Kids love to explore a reconstruction of King Tut's tomb and accompanying museum, which is said to be fairly authentic. There are five swimming pools on site and a motion simulation with an Egyptian theme. Of course, a spacious casino and several spas join world-class restaurants for the enjoyment of parents.
If you are traveling with young children and need some "alone" time, consider the Orleans hotel. They created a parent's dream with Kids Tyme, an on-site daycare with an awesome jungle gym, arts and crafts, and movies. The center is open 7 days a week and welcomes children from 2½ to 12 years old. Also on site is a huge bowling center with 70 lanes, an 18-film complex and a Tyme Out video game room. The property also has a swimming pool, spa and fitness center and a large exhibition hall. Of course, the adjoining casino offers plenty of opportunities for adults to have fun too.
Think of these beautiful hotels and make your next trip to Las Vegas a family affair. Everyone can have a good time in Vegas!