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We all have a flamboyant streak, and no destination sets the confetti free quite like Las Vegas. In fact, if the city had a spirit animal, that would likely be Kesha, who said, “When you’re around me, you’re going to get glitter on you.” The same can be said of Las Vegas, the home of sequin-splashed shows and bright neon signs. You don’t even have to spend your time at the slot machines to be swimming in sparkles. North of the infamous Vegas Strip, the downtown district offers a mix of museums, mansions, and yes, several casinos where you can court lady luck. Book our downtown Las Vegas hotels and let us answer a couple of your burning questions.

Wondering what to do in Vegas besides gambling?

Las Vegas is hub of performing arts, fine dining, and scenic hiking—yes, hiking. So, when you’d rather wander away from casino-clad Fremont Street or the constant chi-ching of the Strip, explore local history and culture at the Mob Museum, which is exactly what it sounds like—a hands-on tour of organized crime. Brimming with intrigue. Nearby, the Neon Museum offers a colorful foray through the elements and electricity that contribute to Vegas’ brightest moments. You’re about to gather some glowing memories yourself.

On the south side of downtown, amble through the old city. Hartland Mansion could tell some of the most opulent stories Vegas has ever experienced. Built in the 1940s, this vintage manor hosts weddings, events, and film crews. If you’ve seen Robert De Niro in “Casino,” you’ve seen Hartland Mansion. Get your hands on some coveted art show tickets for a peek at the glamorous interior…or get married right there on the green velour staircase. If you’re looking for something lavish to do, that is.

Just 15 miles northwest of downtown, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area outshines the gambling of Sin City. Breathe in the fresh air as you trek through the mountainous landscape layered in rustic hues of red, umber, and rich sienna. Watch the sun set in violet stripes across the horizon before you head back to your pick of our Las Vegas downtown hotels—maybe The D Las Vegas strikes your fancy—the luxury is even sweeter after a day in the great outdoors.

When is the best time of year to visit Las Vegas?

Las Vegas is a fabulous vacation destination year-round. September through May—yes, that’s nine months of the year—boast warmth, sweet sunshine, and lots of outdoor events, including the annual wine fest Vegas Uncork’d (April). June through August can roll in with heat waves, but there are plenty of pools and indoor shows to help you keep cool by day until the sun goes down and the streets light up.

Let your sparkly side shine in the City of Lights. Book cheap hotels in downtown Las Vegas with Travelocity; we promise to offer or match the best prices available. And if the Strip is calling your name, consider The Palazzo Resort Hotel & Casino or other accommodations south of the city center, and follow the gusts of glitter.

Downtown Las Vegas, Las Vegas Hotel & Travel Guide

Las Vegas Convention Center and University of Nevada-Las Vegas are renowned visitor attractions in Las Vegas. Fashion Show Mall is another fascinating sight worth checking out.

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If visiting Las Vegas North Premium Outlets is at the very top of your sightseeing schedule, why not book a place to stay close by? You'll find a terrific range of accommodations to choose from, such as the Bridger Inn Hotel Las Vegas, the Golden Gate Hotel and Casino, the Plaza Hotel and Casino - Las Vegas, the Golden Nugget Las Vegas Hotel & Casino and the Four Queens Hotel and Casino.

Looking for things to do in Downtown Las Vegas? Why not add Stratosphere Tower to your sightseeing schedule?If you're interested in staying just a hop, skip and a jump from this local attraction, check out the rooms at the Traveler's Bed & Breakfast Hostel, the Luxurious 6BR 7min to Las Vegas Strip, the D Las Vegas, the Embassy Suites by Hilton Convention Center Las Vegas or the Sin City Hostel Las Vegas.After more to keep you occupied? Casino at the Stratosphere is sure to fascinate visitors of all ages and stages.Eager to stay near this traveler favorite? There are loads of accommodation options in the surrounding area. You can take your pick from the Hilton Grand Vacations on Paradise (Convention Center), the Royal Resort, the AAA 1 Bedroom Convention Center Luxury Condos, the Extended Stay America - Las Vegas - Midtown and the Thunderbird Hotel.

Downtown Las Vegas is home to a fantastic assortment of hotels and other accommodations, which includes several thrifty options. If you're watching your money, look into the deals at the City Center Motel and the Downtowner.

The Golden Nugget Las Vegas Hotel & Casino and the SLS Las Vegas a Tribute Portfolio Resort are tempting picks if you're seeking a more luxurious accommodation experience.

Two more popular lodgings to put on your shortlist are the Four Queens Hotel and Casino and the Fremont Hotel & Casino. They're also not too far from the center.

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