The Las Vegas Hilton – Just Off the Strip But Well Worth a Stay


If you're thinking about a trip to Vegas, but you have not yet decided on a hotel, this article is for you. I want to share some information about one hotel you do not normally hear about as much these days. Most travelers to Vegas rave about the Bellagio, Ceasars Palace, Paris, New York-New York, Venetian or Palazzo. All are great places to stay. But the Las Vegas Hilton is another place worthy of consideration.

There are several good reasons to visit the Las Vegas Hilton. I'll mention a few of them here.

Although the Hilton is a block away – and "blocks" in Las Vegas are much larger than any average city block I've ever seen – it is connected to the strip via monorail. After a couple of days of walking around Vegas, you'll discover the monorail to a handy and welcome advantage. So you're only a few moments away from the main strip that Las Vegas has become famous for.

Opened back in 1969, the Las Vegas Hilton broke all Las Vegas show attendance records when it featured Elvis Presley in concert. Today, the Las Vegas Hilton continues to attract many of today's top entertainers.

The Hilton features a luxurious casino with gorgeous crystal chandeliers spanning the entire length of the ceiling. You do not have to be a gambler to enjoy the stunning decor.

Another feature of the Hilton is the stunning rooftop deck and pool that spans an eight acre area. You'll have to have a registered guest to enjoy this piece of paradise. But this beautiful feature alone is reason enough to stay here.

The Las Vegas Hilton continues to be popular with both leisure and business travelers.

It's close proximity to the strip, quick transit connections via monorail, plus the Hilton's own selections for your dining, relaxation and entertainment pleasure, make it one of the premier resorts in town for vacation travelers.

Business travelers converge here because of the massive, 200,000 square foot convention center. Additionally, the Hilton is connected to the Las Vegas Convention Center via the sky-walk, as many of today's largest trade shows and conventions use both facilities simultaneously.

Whatever your reason for visiting Vegas, you can not go wrong by choosing the Las Vegas Hilton as your home away from home.