You've got 72 hours to spend and you want to make the most of it. And while Las Vegas has plenty of comfortable rooms inside some of the most spectacular resorts in the world, sleep is the last thing on your mind.
If you do it right, you can enjoy a little bit of everything - or a lot of whatever you love the most.
How about a show? Let your hair down and relive rock classics with Rock of Ages at The Venetian or watch amazing acrobats at "O" by Cirque du Soleil at Bellagio. You can also tickle your funny bone at Laugh Factory inside the Tropicana Las Vegas, or catch legendary magic duo Penn & Teller at their home in the Rio Hotel.
If food is your passion, Las Vegas has culinary pleasure for every appetite, with celebrity chefs and cuisine that have placed Las Vegas among the elite cities for finding great food. Satisfy your appetite at Charlie Palmer Steak inside Four Seasons, Citizens Kitchen and Bar inside Mandalay Bay, the Wicked Spoon buffet at The Cosmopolitan, CRUSH at MGM Grand, TJs Steakhouse at the LVH - Las Vegas Hotel, Public House at The Venetian, and Simon at Palms Place and its famous Sunday pajama brunch.
Las Vegas is also a shopper's paradise. You'll find everything you need and then some at Crystals at CityCenter, Las Vegas Premium Outlets North downtown, the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood and the nearly 2 million square feet of shopping bliss at Fashion Show Las Vegas.
Be sure to leave time to enjoy some of Las Vegas' sizzling nightlife. Las Vegas is home to some of the most spectacular nightclubs in the world, including Chateau at Paris Las Vegas, XS at Encore at Wynn Las Vegas, Hakkasan at MGM Grand and Marquee at The Cosmopolitan.
Relax and rejuvenate with signature treatments that can be found at The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Oleksandra Spa & Salon at Treasure Island and the Aquae Sulis Spa at the JW Marriott. There are more than 30 unique spas offering one-of-a-kind services in Las Vegas - so plan your time accordingly and pamper yourself while here.
There's so much to see - plan your time wisely and make the most of your 72-hour run.