Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Las Vegas best hotels

Las Vegas best hotels
Las Vegas has become the hottest restaurant market in the United States. Most hotels have multiple restaurants, including a buffet for which the city is justly famous. One of the cheapest buffets is at Circus. two of the best are at Bellagio and parries. Bally’s has the best (and most expensive) Sunday champagne brunch, the Sterling, in town.

Picasso: By almost all accounts, the best restaurant in town is the Mediterranean-French eatery, operated by celebrity-chief Julian Serrano. Choose between the tasting and prix fixe menus and marvel over the original Picasso art work surrounding you.

Top of the World. Floor to ceiling windows provide 360 degree views of the valley as this airy eatery rotates near the top of the 1,149 ft. tall Stratosphere tower. Continental fare is spiced with a few twists: tequila an lime shrimp, spinach and wild mushroom salad and the like.

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