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Vacationing in Las Vegas is an experience unlike any other in the world. The city, an oasis of fun and sin in the middle of the desert, has something for everyone. Most people who vacation there once fall in love with the place and make plans to come back at least once a year. The city can grab hold of you very quickly. If that sounds like something that’s happened to you, then you might want to consider some of the benefits of buying into a timeshare in Vegas.

When you have a timeshare, you will always know that you have a place to stay when you come to town. Having a timeshare is like having a home away from home too, as they are generally more comfortable for most people than a regular hotel or motel on or near the strip. The timeshares have more amenities and features as well, and the cost is well worth it for anyone who plans to come for vacation each year. In addition, for those times when you might not be able to make your vacation, you could always rent the property to someone else.


If you aren’t a gambling man or woman, chances are that you never even considered heading to Las Vegas, the infamous Sin City, for a vacation. While gambling was certainly a huge part of the city, and it still is, gambling is no longer the thing that defines Vegas. It is a great place to vacation for many people, including families with kids. Let’s look at just a few of the non-gambling activities you can enjoy when you are in Vegas. Best of all, these are things you can do without spending too much money!

People Watch on the Strip

Walking up and down the Strip a few times is fun. You’re in Las Vegas, so it’s time to take in all the wonder and weirdness that the city can offer. Once you do a bit of people watching along the Strip, you will most assuredly agree that it’s a fabulously strange and frenetic place. You can even find some great restaurants along the Strip to help you with your people watching.


When you go to Las Vegas, one of the first things on your mind, aside from checking out the casinos, is what you will eat. Sin City is a fantastic destination for those who love dining out and who have a varied appetite. The city has a number of excellent restaurants and buffets. The following are just some of the top places to grab a bite to eat in Vegas. When you are in the city, make sure you check these out so you can be full and happy.

The Best Buffets in the City

The word buffet is synonymous with Vegas, and they really are some of the most popular, and best, places to eat. Are all of the buffets in Las Vegas the same? Not by a long shot, and you want to make sure that you choose one of the best. The following are some of the best choices for buffet dining in the city:


Las Vegas: Grownup Guide to Making the Most Out Your Trip

Over the past decade or so, Las Vegas began taking on a different personality from what most people were used to seeing. It went from being a den of decadence to being a kid friendly place where the little ones were welcome, and many of the casinos and attractions in the area were geared toward a younger audience. While many appreciated the family friendly transition, it did leave some scratching their heads. Some feared that the change would actually cause Las Vegas to become the “Disneyland of the Desert”.

Of course, this did not happen. Even the city realized that they had to get back to their roots as an adult playground. Hence the “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” marketing push we’re all familiar with from those countless commercials. Today, the city of Las Vegas has discovered a happy medium where anyone can visit and have fun. Families with children can find a wealth of attractions to enjoy and places to visit that are entirely family friendly. The adults have plenty of places to visit and enjoy as well, and that’s the focus of this article.


Kid Friendly Time on Your Las Vegas Trip

When many people think about spending time in Las Vegas, they automatically assume that it is for the adults only. After all, they do call Las Vegas "Sin City". However, that doesn't mean that you can't have a wonderful family vacation there. In fact, you can find quite a few fun things to do when you have the kids with you on your Vegas trip. Let's look at a few of the great things you can do with the youngsters.

Mandalay Bay's Aquarium

One of the coolest parts of the city is that you will always find things you never suspect. Who would imagine there would be a massive aquarium in the middle of the desert! It turns out that the Shark Reef Aquarium is actually a great spot, so visit and check out the sharks and other interesting marine life. Kids and adults alike can have a great time here.


Fun Five Things in Vegas

When most people think about Las Vegas, they think about all of the great things they can do in the city, and mostly the things they can do on the Strip. However, Las Vegas has quite a bit more to offer than just casinos and buffets. In fact, the city has plenty of great things to do just a short distance from your timeshare in the city. These destinations are fun and a bit different from the normal Vegas vacation. See if any of these options might sound appealing.

Visit the Hoover Dam

The Hoover Dam is one of the most impressive manmade marvels of engineering you will ever see, and it's just a short trip outside of Vegas. You can tour the dam, visit the lake, and have a great and educational time before you head back to Sin City


HGVC Timeshare at the Flamingo

The Flamingo is one of the most famous casinos and hotels in Las Vegas, and the hotel's overall architecture is quite reminiscent of some of the designs found in Miami's South Beach. It's the oldest resort still open and operating on the Strip today and it was the third hotel and casino to open in the city. Even though it's an oldie, it remains a goodie thanks to the upgrades and changes that allow it to compete with all of the city's modern hotels. In addition to the casino and hotel, they also have timeshares, thanks to the Hilton Grand Vacations Club at the Flamingo.

The resort's timeshares have everything that a vacationer could want. The space features more than 3,000 palm trees, turning it into a perfect tropical paradise. Best of all, it's right on the Strip, so vacationers are only steps away from all of the excitement Las Vegas has to offer. Some of the other nearby casinos you might want to visit while on your trip include the nearby Bellagio and Caesar's Palace. By purchasing a timeshare at the resort, it allows you to become a part of the casino's history.


Walt Disney World It’s (almost) that time of year again! The days are long and the kids are home. For many families, Summer Vacation is the best time of year. In honor of the upcoming season, the Associated Press recently released a summer vacation report, of sorts, which you can find in full here.

Of particular interest to us at Timeshare Broker Sales is their "Most Popular Summer Destinations" category. So, where are Americans planning to vacation this summer? The AP reports:


Are you considering Hilton timeshare ownership? To make your research easier, we’ve compiled a few pages about Hilton Grand Vacations Club’s most popular vacation destinations. Follow the links below for more information about Hilton timeshares in these beloved destinations.

Hilton Timeshares in Las Vegas

Considered the "Entertainment Capital of the World," there are hundreds of things to do, see and experience in Las Vegas. Known for their luxe amenities and convenient locations on the heart-pounding Strip, Hilton vacation ownership properties are especially popular in Las Vegas.


Are you the owner of an RCI affiliated timeshare? Your vacation network just got bigger! This week, at the ARDA World 2012 Annual Convention and Exposition, RCI announced that it has added more than 150 new affiliated properties to its international network of more than 4,000 resorts.

The new resorts include Hawaii's Aulani Resort & Spa from Disney Vacation Club, Tahiti Village in Las Vegas and new locations stretching from Vietnam (at Vietnam's Hon Tam Eco-Green Resort) to Italy (at Castello Izzalini).