Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Las Vegas hotels

Sahara Hotel
Las Vegas has many best in the United States. Some of them are Sahara, Mayflower Cuisenaire, Batista’s Hole in the Wall, Pamplemousse, Bertolini’s, Picasso, Top of the World, etc.
Sahara: Like many of its neighbors, the Sahara began as a small motor hotel and built itself up by adding towers. It has a gaming center and serves as a business hotel for the convention center down the street. Tower rooms are large and those that face south overlook the Strip. More than 1700 rooms, 5 restaurants and health clubs are available here.

Mayflower Cuisenaire: Head to this off-Strip restaurant for creative Chinese dishes with eclectic accents such as pan-seared ostrich with brandy sauce and an Asian Portobello mushroom burrito are available.

Batista’s Hole in the Wall: Batista Locatelli, a famous opera singer, roams his domain here, short walk from the Strip. Decorated with wine bottles, garlic and celebrity photos, this Italian restaurant offers lots of special and all the free wine you can drink.

Bertolini’s: This sidewalk café inside the Forum shops at Caesars can be noisy, but the northern Italian fare is first rate. You can order individual pizzas, soups, salads and luscious gelato and sorbet of your choice and taste.

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