Las Vegas in known worldwide for the amazing hotels and casinos located on Las Vegas Blvd, aka “The Strip”. However, there are several off-the-Strip hotels that still exude an on-the-Strip atmosphere, offering a unique view of Las Vegas and a breath away from all of the glitz and glamour.
The Artisan is located a block off the Las Vegas Strip but offers a classic Vegas vibe reminiscent of a 1920’s speakeasy. A boutique hotel with no gaming and only 64 rooms, The Artisan stands out among the hotel’s ability to accommodate thousands of guest rooms. The Artisan has not changed much from its original opening date in 1979, which adds to the historic old Vegas charm.
Lake Las Vegas is a development created a few minutes west of the Las Vegas strip and offers an escape from the desert heat while providing all the beauty, serenity and activities Lake Mead has to offer. The Westin and Hilton hotels are nestled in the mountain hills surrounded by water and an untouched desert atmosphere full of wildlife.
The Red Rock Hotel and Casino is a remarkable upscale property that could rival many options on the Strip, though located within the high-end Summerlin community of west Las Vegas next to Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. The resort offers some of the best views in Las Vegas with the lights of the Strip to the east, and Red Rock Canyon to the west. From the seasoned convention traveler attending a tradeshow onsite, to families looking for a destination with child friendly activities, Red Rock Hotel & Casino has something to offer everyone.
By Chris Weathers, Sr. Creative Solutions Manager | The Linchpin