They’re many different types of travelers but no matter what type you are, we’re here to help! If you find yourself in Las Vegas for only a short period of time, you might be a little overwhelmed by all the city has to offer. No matter what type of traveler you are, Sin City has plenty to keep you entertained.
The Thrill Seekers
The Characteristics: The thrill-seekers are the ones that are up for an adventure and tend to be daredevils. They’re not afraid of getting lost and want to experience as much as possible.
What To Do: Sin City is the perfect destination for thrill-seekers, there is plenty to do both on and off the strip. If you’re a thrill-seeker make sure to check out the Stratosphere Attractions which include Skyjump Las Vegas and Thrill Rides called the Big shot, Insanity, X-Scream. If you have a need for speed head to Las Vegas Motor Speedway and get the race car driver experience in your dream car. Or if your dream is to fly, Sky Combat Ace is where you’ll want to go.
The Budget Traveler
The Characteristics: The Budget Traveler is the type of traveler that tends to plan far in advance in order to secure the best deals. They enjoy exploring new destinations but enjoy saving money even more.
What To Do: You might think you have to be a high roller to have a good time in Vegas but there is plenty to do for free. When you’re planning your trip to Vegas, try to visit midweek for the best hotel deals., Also, make a reservation to visit Akhob by James Turrell at Louis Vuitton it’s a great art installation and free to visit. Other freebies are the Aquarium at the Silverton, the Circus Acts at Circus Circus, the Bellagio Conservatory and the Flamingo Wildlife Habitat. Get into nightclubs for free or at a discount by dining at the club’s restaurant or finding a club promoter and getting on their list.
The Luxurious Traveler
The Characteristics: This type of traveler likes to travel in style and to be as comfortable as possible. They love indulging while on vacation and will treat themselves to the best of the best.
What to do: Be a high roller and indulge in the best sin city has to offer. Shop till you drop at one of the many luxury shopping centers. Relax and find your center with HeliYoga, for $3,499.00 you can take a private helicopter flight to the top of the Valley of Fire and enjoy a 75-minute private yoga session. Or party the night away at Marquee Nightclub while sipping some Cuvée Dom Pérignon or Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Rosé. Be sure to reserve a table for you and up to 10 of your best friends.
The Characteristics: This type of traveler is the one who wants to relax and sleep in on vacation. They go with the flow and usually don’t plan out their trip too far in advance. All they want is to relax on vacation.
What to do: Mellow and relaxing might not be how most people describe Vegas but there is more to the city than just parties. Most of the resorts have tranquil spas to relax and rejuvenate in. Head to The Spa at Encore for the four-hand massage or to Waldorf Astoria Spa for a 2-hour Brilliance Facial. While you’re in a relaxed mood head to the Mirage for Yoga with the Dolphins or embrace your inner Cirque du Soleil performer with classes at Silent Savasana or Shine Alternative Fitness. If you’d rather just watch the pros perform, you have plenty of Cirque du Soleil shows to pick from.
The Characteristics: The Partier is a social butterfly, who will go anywhere for the best parties. They tend to prefer larger cities with an active nightlife more than a rural area.
What To Do: Sin City is the best place of a partier to vacation. Get the most of your time in Vegas by buying a pass with World Crawl or getting the V CARD: The Vegas Nightclub Pass. There are options for both day and night clubs, these passes will help get you inside the clubs faster and without having to pay the cover. Regardless of which way you decide to party, make sure you follow the clubs dress code. If you’re not in dress code, you mostly likely won’t be let in.
The Characteristics:: The foodie loves trying local cuisine or unique foods no matter where they go. They might even plan their vacation based on whichever dish they are wanting to try.
What To Do: Las Vegas is the city of celebrity chefs and Michelin stars making it a perfect place for any foodie. No matter what time it is you can find somewhere to indulge with some amazing and unique foods. Not only is the food great but there are some extraordinary dining experiences as well. Head to BLACKOUT Dining in the Dark for a great sensory journey. Being in the dark while dining will strengthen your senses of touch, hearing, taste, and smell, making your food even better. For a quick snack check Donut Bar for great donuts or to Milk Bar for home-style desserts.