This multi destination holiday to America allows you to visit 3 iconic destinations, starting in Las Vegas, continuing to Los Angeles & New Orleans.
Las Vegas awaits, and the Strip, famous for its opulent casinos and hotels is a great place to start exploring. Try your luck at the blackjack table of the Mirage or roll the dice at The MGM Grand. Las Vegas hotels are a tourist attraction in themselves, check out the impressive fountain show at the Bellagio or take a gondola ride at The Venetian. If gambling is not your cup of tea, there is still plenty to see and do. Enjoy the world class entertainment of a Las Vegas show, whether it’s a concert, cabaret or comedy there is entertainment to suit all tastes.
Los Angeles is the next stop on this multi-centre holiday to America. Los Angeles offers a dazzling variety of attractions and world-famous amusements. Experience the thrill and excitement of world class theme parks at Disneyland and Universal Studios. Discover the bright lights and follow the stars on Hollywood Boulevard’s Walk of Fame. Soak up the sun on the beaches of Malibu or Santa Monica, or watch the sun go down over the city from the incredible grounds of the Getty Observatory. There truly is something for everyone to enjoy in Los Angeles.
Finishing in New Orleans, famous for its jazz, Creole cuisine and the ‘big easy’ lifestyle. Bourbon Street is known for its extravagant carnivals and parades, the annual Mardi Gras in particular. The French Quarter comes to life at night. Revel in a giant street party with throngs of people dancing to the strains of jazz music coming from the numerous bars that stay open all night.
Las Vegas - For all of the night owls, I recommend the Cosmopolitan. Great places to eat and The Marquee is the best day and night club. The pool is amazing. STK is a great start for the evening, a new style Las Vegas steakhouse from The One Group and Executive Chef Stephen Hopcraft.
Grand Central Market in Los Angeles is frenzied and sawdust-sprinkled, and has some fun nosh spots.
New Orleans - As Bourbon Street has filled with frat-boy-style antics, the citys music scene has shifted to Frenchmen Street in the Faubourg Marigny, a historic neighborhood within walking distance of the Quarter. Clubs like DBA, Snug Harbor, and The Blue Nile draw renowned jazz bands and solo performers.