Las Vegas Strip, NV, USA

Las Vegas Strip, NV, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 1,721 vacation rentals near Las Vegas Strip. From 715 houses to 505 condos, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Las Vegas Strip for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Time to get hip to the Las Vegas Strip

We've all seen the iconic Vegas Strip in the movies, but it's more than just a den of all-out debauchery. In fact, the Las Vegas Strip is a thriving cultural hub with international cuisine, world-class entertainment, and a wealth of family-friendly activities. Though, of course, if all-out debauchery happens to be your thing, you'll find ample venues for nightlife and gaming, as well as plenty of adults-only entertainment both tasteful and, well, otherwise. With a Las Vegas Strip vacation rental, you'll be in the center of a vibrant grown-up playground unlike anyplace else.

I love the nightlife on the Las Vegas Strip

Once the stomping ground of legends like Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jr., the Las Vegas Strip is no slouch when it comes to more contemporary acts. You can catch live performances by top artists almost every night of the week, and you'll also find stand-up comedy, mind-bending illusionists, and the theatrics of Cirque du Soleil. Or if shopping's more your speed, head to the Grand Canal Shoppes inside the Venetian and Palazzo hotels. In this Italian-themed complex, you'll find everything from designer footwear and craveworthy dining to indoor gondola rides and one-of-a-kind rare books.

We're up all night to get lucky on the Las Vegas Strip

You'll find loads of gambling – heck, there are even slot machines at McCarran Airport – and each casino offers a different take on the city's favorite pastime, with poker, craps, and roulette available at just about every hotel. But Mandalay Bay takes things up a notch with a massive indoor aquarium that features sharks, sea turtles, and crocodiles. Afterward, head to the Neon Museum. Here, you can stroll through a funky collection of the Las Vegas Strip's iconic neon signs from bygone eras.

A real hot streak on the Las Vegas Strip

Located within the Mojave Desert, the Las Vegas Strip has a subtropical hot desert climate, which means summers are long, hot, and dry, while winters are short and mild. Spring and fall tend to be warm and brief. Average highs are regularly above 100ºF in July and August, and tend to hover around 60ºF between December and February. Because so many of the area's activities take place indoors, you'll find that prices for Las Vegas Strip vacation rentals tend to stay about the same from 1 season to the next.

Get your just deserts on the Las Vegas Strip

With a Las Vegas Strip vacation rental, you'll be in a high-altitude basin of the Mojave Desert, about 2,000 feet above sea level. While the strip itself is densely urban, the surrounding area quickly gives way to striking desert scenery. To the west, the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area offers more than 195,000 acres of colorful, unique vistas, as well as hiking trails and campsites. It's also home to all sorts of wildlife, and you can spot bighorn sheep, jackrabbits, and coyotes, as well as the occasional mountain lion and several species of desert birds.