Las Vegas, NV, USA

Las Vegas, NV, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 1,939 vacation rentals near Las Vegas. From 797 houses to 595 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 for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

What happens in Vegas doesn't always stay in Vegas

Situated in Nevada's Mojave Desert, Las Vegas is a one-of-a-kind resort city, known for its 24-hour casinos, world-class culinary scene, shopping, and, of course, nightlife. But Vegas isn't just for bachelor parties, gamblers, and couples looking to elope. From themed resorts to theatrical performances to concerts, your list of things to do and see might be too long for just 1 visit. There are plenty of options for the whole family, whether you book a Las Vegas vacation rental right on the strip, or head out into the desert to explore the surrounding area.

You decide if your Vegas can also be called Sin City

Gambling at the world-class casinos is certainly the city's main attraction, but there's plenty to see outside, too. Take a helicopter tour over the Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon, or stroll down The Strip, watching the fountains dance at The Bellagio, kissing under The Eiffel Tower, or marveling at the Sphynx at the Luxor. If the kids are with you in your Las Vegas vacation rental, treat them to the acts at Circus Circus, or book a family-friendly show. When mom and dad need a break, hit a spa, or any of the gourmet restaurants.

Caesar didn't live here, but maybe he should have?

Vegas is most certainly what you make of it, whether you're looking for a family-friendly vacation, an adults-only escape, or a luxury experience for your whole squad. Take the kids to the Discovery Children's Museum, the SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium, or the Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay, or hit up one of the city's museums, from the Las Vegas Art Museum to the Las Vegas Natural History Museum. Explore the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, ride the indoor gondolas at the Venetian, or spend the day in the luxury shops at Caesar's Palace.

What's hotter: Vegas summer temps or the nightlife?

Spring and fall are ideal times to visit Las Vegas, when the weather is moderate but there are still plenty of deals to be found. Winter welcomes an influx of visitors just in time to ring in the New Year, despite the chilly temps, so celebrating the holidays on The Strip might require some advanced planning. Summers are exceptionally hot, with temps climbing over 100F, though locals do like to remind you that it's a dry heat—so the lack of humidity does make it more bearable.

The desert locals may be more wild than the visitors

Situated in a basin within Nevada's Mojave Desert, Las Vegas is dry, arid, and, outside of the winter months, hot, hot, hot. It's surrounded on all sides by mountains, and the wildlife lives in the desert vegetation. It's not uncommon to spot coyotes and rattlesnakes outside of the city, so if you head out for a hike, do keep this in mind. If your Las Vegas vacation rental isn't set up high, do what you can to find a lookout point, and watch the sunset over Sin City.