Las Vegas is now one of the fastest growing cities in the United States, with more than six thousand people moving to the Las Vegas Valley every month. They come for climate, jobs, low taxes and fun. Many of them are investing in vacation homes in Las Vegas where they turn into investment properties.
Las Vegas rental homes range from high-rise penthouses on the strip to 10,000 square feet, 11 bedrooms and desert castles for between twenty-five and thirty villas to golf courses – in some of the best golf courses in the world! There are vacation homes in Las Vegas to accommodate everyone from honeymooners to young families to rocking singles to very special coaches and celebrities.
Best of all, Las Vegas vacation homes are available all year round, so those who want to escape the cool, humid climates can benefit from the desert sun and blue sky in the winter months. Many vacation homes in Las Vegas are practical resorts in themselves, enjoying stunning desert views, tennis courts, swimming pools, spas and kitchens equipped with the restaurant so you can enjoy privacy and style. Some vacation homes in Las Vegas have available chefs!
Las Vegas has gone through great proportions to change its image into a family-friendly picture, and families that rent Las Vegas vacation homes will find a lot to do to keep their kids active while mom and dad enjoy their part in slot machines. AdventureDome at Circus Circus is a five and half acre indoor amusement park with its own IMAX rides and rides. Game Works on the Strip game designed by Stephen Spielberg is the best in the video arcades.
Las Vegas family attractions
Las Vegas vacation homes will give visitors of Nevada easy access to many of the state's natural and industrial wonders. Las Vegas is just thirty miles from Lake Mead, on 1.5 million acres and is the largest man-made lake in the Western Hemisphere. If you are staying in a vacation home in Las Vegas in the winter, and have developed a yearning for seasonal sports, Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort is a mountain. Charleston is just one hour away.
Those interested in ancient peoples who used to call the "Las Vegas Valley" can go out of their vacation homes in Las Vegas for a tour of the Valley of Fire, where they can wander along the fossil sandy formations carved by the wind and rain in fictional forms, and characterized by Native American inscriptions from Mojave.
There is of course the Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon, both of which are easily accessible from vacation homes in Las Vegas in Las Vegas itself or in any of its rapidly expanding suburbs. Finally, there are shopping and restaurants, similar to those in any of the other major cities of the world. In other words, vacation homes in Las Vegas will simultaneously put their guests on the threshold of adventure and in the bosom of luxury!