I’m sure you and your S.O can only imagine the million and one kinds of fun you can get up to in Vegas, which is no doubt why you searched up some suggestions to begin with. In fact, Vegas is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, simply just by having too many things to try out and explore. Trying to find the perfect ways to spend those hard-earned vacation days with your other half can be like looking for a needle in a haystack, that is, if the haystack had more casinos, hotels and theatres than there are grains of sand on a Miami beach. Luckily for you, this article can give you some ideas for how to best spend your dream vacation, without having to break the bank on the little details like lodgings and transportation.

The Strip

Let’s be real. It’s Las Vegas. Even if you’re not one for gambling, you can’t let a trip to Vegas end without visiting. One of the best things about Las Vegas is that you don’t even need to leave one street to get the most out of your trip. The Strip boasts a massive variety of hotels, resorts, restaurants and of course, casinos. Again, if that’s not your thing, there’s plenty of fun to be had in the various shops, clubs, theaters and amusement parks. You can catch a Cirque du Soleil show or a concert at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, the Mirage Volcano and more. If you’re looking for a fun night, The Strip is definitely your best bet.

High Roller

Located on the Strip, and an excellent choice for some fun, as Ferris wheels are easily one of the best spots for a romantic evening. They’re cozy, you’re guaranteed a nice view being in Vegas, and the High Roller has the additional benefit of being 550 feet in the air. It’s a 30-minute ride, but the cabins have bars inside of them, so there’s plenty to do (and drink) while you take in the sights. 

Grand Canyon

Aside from the Strip high life, you can also take a day out to go on a tour of the Grand Canyon while in Vegas. While there are helicopter tours available to get around the lengthy drive, the payoff is the price and of course, the amazing view that you can’t get from a car. 

Of course, this all means that you’ll need a place to stay while you hit the road. Luckily Rooms 101 has a set of vacation packages that not only includes tours to the Strip and the Grand Canyon (for dodging the price of a helicopter if it’s really an issue), but a variety of different options as well to help you both save money, and get the most out of your trip. Want to drive around the Nevada desert in an ATV or play golf? Rooms 101 can help you with all of the planning, while you sit back and just enjoy yourself.

Also Read: Top 10 Best Attractions in Las Vegas, Nevada

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