I love a good steak and one of the best steaks I have ever had was at the steak house inside the Luxor hotel in Las Vegas. It was magnificent and the service to go with the great food was also second to none.
A few years ago, visitors to Las Vegas would go mostly for the gambling and they would be sustained by “all you can eat buffets”. Those days, however, have now gone because as part of the Las Vegas Tourist Board mission to attract non-gambling customers, the dining options in Las Vegas are now amazing.
The Michelin Guide to Las Vegas 2009 features 140 restaurants and many big names have been brought into many of the hotels. Todd English, for Olives in the Bellagio, and Tom Colicchio for Craftsteak at the MGM Grand and just two of the “celebrity” chefs responsible for menus.
There are more master sommeliers (wine experts) in Las Vegas than in any other city in the world.If you can’t resist the classic American food then head to the new Pink’s Hot Dogs in the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino where you will find an amazing 14 varieties of hot dogs to order !
Sample holiday to Las Vegas –Three nights in Las Vegas at the Luxor on a room only basis starts from £669 for adults and £519 for children in early 2010. Price includes flights from London Gatwick.
The Luxor hotel in Las Vegas is a magnificent hotel. The rooms are large and the buffet restaurant has an incredible selection of food. There are also other restaurants within the Luxor, like the steak house that I mentioned above.Although I thought that the Luxor is a good hotel it is at the lower end of the famous Las Vegas “Strip” and it is quite a walk to the main part of The Strip where hotels such as the Bellagio, Venetian, Paris and Caesars Palace are located.
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