Las Vegas (often abbreviated as Vegas) is the most populous city in the state of Nevada, United States, the seat of Clark County, and an internationally known resort, shopping, entertainment, and gambling destination. It was established in 1905 and officially became a city in 1911. With the growth that followed, Las Vegas became the largest U.S. city founded in the 20th century (a distinction Chicago held for the 19th century).
The name Las Vegas is often applied to the unincorporated areas of Clark County that surround the city, especially the resort areas on and near the Las Vegas Strip. This 4½ mi (7.2 km) stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard is mostly outside the city limits, in the unincorporated towns of Paradise and Winchester.
The center of gambling in the United States and the world, Las Vegas is commonly known as The Entertainment Capital of the World; famous for its massive and lavish casino resorts, availability of alcoholic beverages at any time (as is true throughout Nevada), and various degrees of adult entertainment. It is also referred to as Sin City, but in recent years the city itself has stopped using this moniker in its marketing. The city's glamorous image has often made it a popular setting for films and television programs.
Class : No of rooms : 1906 City : Las Vegas Address : 129 E. Fremont St., Las Vegas 89109
Golden Nugget vivifies Downtown with its energizing presence. Experience the difference at the Golden Nugget, Las Vegas' only hotel to carry the esteemed AAA Four-Diamond Award for 30 consecutive year
Class : No of rooms : 300 City : Las Vegas Address : 4250 Koval Lane
Centrally located just one block away from the World-famous Las Vegas Strip, this motel is situated just off Interstate 15, allowing easy access around Las Vegas and the surrounding areas.
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