The reimagined downtown Fergusons Motel is working toward keeping creative people and businesses in Las Vegas, and not just on the strip
They say what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas—but with all that Sin City offers, it’ll be hard not to talk about it after crossing Nevada state lines.
You can stay at the MGM Grand or Caesar’s Palace, but El Cortez is the longest-running continuously operating hotel and casino in the city. Either way, there are plenty of slots to try your luck on scattered throughout this town, plus endless glitzy shows to catch when you're done. Sing along with gargantuan names like Britney Spears, Celine Dion, or the king of Vegas entertainment, Wayne Newton—best seen after a bite at controversially calorie-abundant Heart Attack Grill or the somewhat more refined Francophile classic Pamplemousse Le Restaurant (though there are plenty of other winners to choose from).
But the city is more than the Strip and casinos. At Dig This you can take control of a 15-ton excavator and demolish an old car, while visitors to the vivid Neon Museum can take a walk through flashy decommissioned signage. No matter your hand, you’ll always win in Vegas.