From the Publisher
Unique to the marketplace--no other guide to Las Vegas covers the
An outside-the-box approach to accommodations, with insider
advice on how to save on hotels and on alternative options such as
home and condo rentals.
Pull back the curtain on Vegas and see how the magic is
- Meet a showgirl and tour the sets of one of the costliest
productions in town
- Visit a dealer training school and learn all the tricks
- Be a dolphin trainer for a day
- And more
Reviews of every long-running show in town, so you know
which to hit and which to skip, plus valuable information on how to
get discounts (or freebies!) on entertainment, meals, drinks and
A complete chapter on planning the high-glamour, low-cost Vegas
wedding of your dreams. Plus romantic places to propose or renew
From the Jacket
Pauline Frommer''s Las Vegas
Spend less see more
"A great read. . . . Lively and unabashedly opinionated."
-New York Post
budget travel redefined
I put a fresh spin on budget travel, showing you not only how to
spend less in Las Vegas, but how to see it in a more authentic way,
without sacrificing comfort for savings.
- Cozy, comfortable accommodations: Instead of spending hundreds
of dollars a night for a Strip suite, stay in a spacious condo for
as little as $89 a night (p. 22), or check out friendly
accommodations on Convention Center Drive from $42 a night (p.
- Food finds: Eat your way through Las Vegas affordably by using
the "discount tickets" booth for restaurants (p. 68) and enjoying
"extreme breakfast" at Hash Houses a Go Go (p. 72).
- Sights and attractions: See what''s free on The Strip (p. 118),
find real sharks in the desert at Shark Reef (p. 124), or take a
daytrip to Death Valley (p. 282) or Area 51 (p. 289).
- Insider''s Las Vegas: Find the best shows, bars, and
casinos-and if you''re the marrying kind, there''s a whole chapter
on planning aLas Vegas wedding!
Winner of the best Guidebook,
North American Travel Journalists Association
About the Book
Spend less, see more. This is the philosophy behind Pauline
Frommer's guides. Written by travel expert Pauline Frommer (who is
also the daughter of Arthur Frommer), and her team of hand-picked
writers, these guides show how to truly experience a culture, meet
locals, and save money along the way.
- Industry secrets on how to find the best hotel rooms
- Details on alternative accommodations, great neighborhood
restaurants, and cool, offbeat finds
- Packed with personality and opinions Winner of Best Guidebook
for 2006 from the North American Travel Journalists Association
("Pauline Frommer's New York City")