The Grandview Resort at Las Vegas is located just minutes from The Strip, providing guests with easy access to all of the great attractions Vegas has to offer. With an all-day shuttle service to The Strip, guests can visit the legendary locales of Las Vegas, whether they seek gambling, live entertainment, five-star dining, or something else entirely.
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The Grandview is located just off I-15 in South Las Vegas, Nevada. Outside of the resort, visitors can gamble and dine next-door at the South Point casino. However, just a ten-minute drive away is The Strip, the busiest and liveliest section of Las Vegas. In just minutes, you could find yourself in the heart of the city, and be within reach of many famous and historic Las Vegas attractions.
Also, you can find unique and interesting restaurants all over The Strip, such as:
Had enough of the city? The southern end of Nevada around the Las Vegas area is home to many other attractions. Guests staying at the Grandview will find it easy to escape the metropolitan area and take day trips to notable locations in the American Southwest.
Outside of The Strip, the city of Las Vegas is home to several museums, including the Nevada State Museum, the Las Vegas Natural History Museum, and The Discovery Children’s Museum. The Smith Center for the Performing Arts frequently hosts plays, musicals, and live concerts for visitors who want to catch a good show. For those looking to cool down, Wet ‘n Wild water park, formerly closed, is due to reopen in 2014. The water park is located just 25 minutes from The Strip.
Located just minutes from the City of Las Vegas, Red Rock Canyon is a natural conservation area where visitors can embark on hiking trails or go rock climbing on one of the area’s many peaks. Red Rock Canyon is perfect for nature enthusiasts, as it boasts an abundance of easily accessible desert landscapes and wildlife.
Have you ever looked at all the lights and displays on The Strip and wonder how they power it all? The answer is the Hoover Dam. Just east of the city is the Dam and the manmade Lake Mead. Visitors can go boating, fishing, water skiing, swimming and sunbathing at Lake Mead. Afterward, scheduled tours of the inner workings of the Hoover Dam reveal just what the massive structure does.
The Grand Canyon is located just over the eastern border of Nevada in northwestern Arizona. Las Vegas visitors can get to the Grand Canyon in just five hours by car or bus, and can witness some of the most extraordinary sights in the world. Plan a day trip to the Canyon and make it back to the Grandview in time for dinner.
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