5 Nights room only in Vegas flying from Newcastle on 16 October 2020

Holidays to Las Vegas are one-of-a-kind. Only here can you ride a rollercoaster around New York, play poker inside a pyramid, and then watch Medieval jousting in a fairytale castle.

Sin City
If you’re after an escape from reality, a trip to Las Vegas is one of the best ways to get it. This neon-lit metropolis in the middle of the Mojave Desert really knows how to overload the senses – from big-beyond-belief hotels to dazzling shows and inventive food and drink. Time’s irrelevant here, too. Casinos, bars and restaurants are open around the clock. All in all, this is no ordinary city break.
An exceptional skyline
Hotels here are more like giant playgrounds, with each one offering something different to the last. There’s the Luxor, with its enormous Egyptian pyramid – complete with pharaohs and sphinxes. Inside The Venetian you’ll find a carbon copy of Venice’s mazy streets. And New York New York gives you a taste of the Big Apple. You can go back in time, too, on a Las Vegas break – the Excalibur hotel brings Medieval jousting to the table. ARIA, meanwhile, fast-forwards to the 21st century, with its towering glass façades and modern in-room amenities.
Bigger is better philosophy
The United States’ talent for super-sizing everything is pushed to the limits in Las Vegas. The Peppermill Restaurant lists a 10-egg omelette on their menu, while the Carnegie Deli at The Mirage serves 30-centimetre-tall sandwiches. Hershey’s Chocolate World, meanwhile, has a sculpture of the Statue of Liberty made from 800 pounds of milk chocolate. The city’s also home to some of the world’s largest shops and hotels. And the fountains outside the Bellagio can reach loftier heights than the top of the London Eye.

Official Rating: 3 star
A huge indoor theme park, circus acts and a handful of restaurants – this place is a great family-friendly pick in Vegas.
Built almost 50 years ago, Circus Circus was one of the first hotels in the area. And it’s become something of a Vegas institution. Circus acts, rock climbing and rollercoaster rides are all on the cards.
Families are big fans of this hotel, thanks to the amusement park, live performances and casual restaurants. Plus, it’s at the quieter, northern end of the strip, so you’re a 10-minute cab ride from the very centre of the action.
It’s worth noting that there are extra hotel fees that you’ll be asked to pay on check-in or check-out. We’ll let you know how much this is when you come to book. You’ll also need to pay a security deposit by cash or credit card on arrival – this will be refunded on check-out as long there are no charges or damages to your room.


from £848

Call to Book