Las Vegas is now one of the fastest growing cities in the US, with over six thousand people moving to the Las Vegas Valley each month. They come for the climate, the jobs, the low taxes, and the fun. And many of them invest in Las Vegas vacation homes which they turn into investment properties.
Las Vegas rental homes range from high-rise penthouses on the Strip to 10,000 square foot, eleven-bedroom mansions and desert castles which sleep between twenty-five and thirty to golf course villas–on some of the best golf courses in the world! There are Las Vegas vacation homes to accommodate everyone from honeymooners to young families to swinging singles to high rollers and very private celebrities.
Best of all, Las Vegas vacation homes are available all year long, so that those wanting an escape from colder wetter climates can take advantage of the desert sun and blue skies in the winter months. Many Las Vegas vacation homes are practically resorts in themselves, with spectacular desert views, tennis courts, swimming pools and spas, and restaurant-equipped kitchens so that you can entertain in privacy and style. Some Las Vegas vacation homes even have on-call chefs available!
Las Vegas has gone to great lengths to change its image to a family-friendly one, and families renting Las Vegas Vacation homes will find plenty to do to keep their kids active while Mom and Dad are enjoying a turn at the slot machines. The AdventureDome at Circus Circus is a five-and-one-half acre indoor theme park complete with rides and its own IMAX Theater. And the Steven Spielberg-designed Game Works on the Strip is the ultimate in video arcades.
Las Vegas Family Attractions
Las Vegas vacation homes will give Nevada visitors easy access to many of the state’s man-made and natural wonders. Las Vegas is just thirty miles from Lake Mead, at 1.5 million acres the largest man-made lake in the Western Hemisphere. If you’ve taken up residence in one of the Las Vegas vacation homes in the winter, and developed a longing for seasonal sports, the Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort at Mt. Charleston is only an hour away.
Those interested in the ancient peoples who once called the Las Vegas Valley home can head out from their Las Vegas vacation homes for a tour of the Valley of Fire, where they can hike along petrified sand formations sculpted by the wind and rain into fantastical shapes, and marked with the petroglyphs of the Native Americans of the Mojave.
And there are, of course, the Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon, both easily accessible from Las Vegas vacation homes in Las Vegas itself or in any of its rapidly expanding suburbs. Finally, there are the shopping and the restaurants, on a par with those of any of the world’s other great cities. Las Vegas vacation homes, in other words, will simultaneously put their guests at the threshold of adventure and in the lap of luxury!