Las Vegas in Nevada is a city of casinos, shows and wedding chapels – and of superlatives. Every year, about 42 million tourists lose 6.6 billion US dollars here, and the number of hotel beds is around 150,000 (by comparison: the number for Frankfurt is 50,000). Among the ten largest hotels in the world, in terms of the number of rooms, six are located in the city in the middle of the desert, with many more following close behind. The Venetian Resort with 7,092 rooms is only surpassed by the First World Hotel in Malaysia.
Las Vegas at daytime is big and invites you to watch and to marvel. At night, when streets and buildings are illuminated, the city gets weird and loud. Then all that matters are alcohol and the tourists’ money – there is no dress code at all. The atmosphere in this city is unique – you just have to experience it by yourself.