The Las Vegas Stripall rhinestones and razzle-dazzlethrows its neon glare into the desert sky. Less than a mile away, the Holiday Inn Las Vegas combines the chain's customary aura of comfort and dependability with a sleek, Vegas-appropriate mod aesthetic. This chic sensibility is on display right away in the lobby, which is adorned with stylish artwork and plush lounge seating.
After checking in, road warriors retreat to spacious standard guest rooms dominated by either a king-size bed or two queen-size beds dressed in white linens with chocolate-brown accents. Tired travelers can stretch out on the bed and switch on the 42-inch LCD TV, or reconnect with the outside world by using the complimentary in-room wireless Internet or their advanced telepathy skills. Come morning, the Forte Grill serves up a hot breakfast to fortify guests for workouts in the 24-hour fitness center or laps in the expansive pool shimmering in the hot desert sun.
Given its proximity to the Strip, the Holiday Inn Las Vegas provides a perfect launching pad from which to experience the panoply of casinos, shopping centers, and glitzy shows the city is famous for. Apart from the usual slot machines, buffets, and Elvis impersonators, off-the-beaten-path amusements include an indoor wind tunnel offering skydiving simulations and a pinball museum housing more than 150 flashing, whirring machines still in working order. Those fond of nontraditional shopping venues can browse the racks at one of the world's largest vintage stores, abounding with clothes and accessories spanning every 20th-century style imaginable. A giant fountain show offers a free nighttime spectacle to Strip visitors. Colored by sparkling lights, jets of water shoot high into the air to the accompaniment of oohs, aahs, and perfectly timed piped-in music.
Bellagio Fountains Every 1530 minutes, the massive fountains of the Bellagio hotel shoot jets of water, sparkling with colored lights, dramatically into the sky. One of the only free shows in Las Vegas.
Pinball Hall of Fame This family-friendly museum houses an enormous pinball collection, with 152 pinging, light-up pinball machines ranging from the 1950s to the 1990s, all available for play.
Vegas Indoor Skydiving An indoor wind tunnel simulates the experience of free-fall skydiving in a safe, padded area with wind speeds of up to 120 mph.
The Attic One of the biggest vintage stores in the world features kitschy decor and a jumble of colorful hats, shoes, outfits, and accessories.
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