The hospitality industry in Las Vegas has
kept pace with the emergence of Las Vegas as the
world’s entertainment capital. Before the
tourist boom hit the city, hotel options were
limited and with little to thrill a visitor.
However, the legalization of gambling in 1931
was to alter this scenario in vital ways.
New hotels began to sprout up in Las Vegas
by the day. In their intense competition for
drawing the tourists, the hotels began
offering newer and better facilities and
luxuries to their customers. In due course
of time, Las Vegas has acquired umpteen
hotels that match the world’s best in their
infrastructure and facilities.
Two of the early Las Vegas casinos were El
Rancho and Dunes. The next few to crop up
included Mint and Golden Nugget.
In course of time, the newer resorts to gain
popularity were Sands, and Flamingo.
The MMG Grand is undoubtedly among the most
appealing hotels in modern Las Vegas. It is
home to nearly 20 different restaurants,
including the world-renowned chef as
Wolfgang Puck. A few other Las Vegas hotels
that stand out among the others for their
diverse features include Mirage, Palazzo,
Trump, Wynn, Venetian, Bellagio, Mote Carlo,
Planet Hollywood, Riviera, and Mandalay Bay.
The present-day Las Vegas hotels are a marvel
in architecture and a study in how the various
comforts and luxuries of those on their Las
Vegas vacations, be it the fun-seekers or the
business travelers, are provided for. Indeed,
once you reach an elite Las Vegas hotel, all
your likely business, shopping, dining or
entertainment needs can adequately be attended
to within the premises of the hotel. It is no
wonder that Las Vegas has carved out its niche
as the world’s entertainment capital, backed as
it is by its marvelous hospitality industry.