When on vacation, your adventure-loving crew wants to see it all. Whether it’s the dazzling lights of the Neon Museum, riding the monorail or heading to the Grand Canyon and back, there’s more to family fun in Vegas than meets the eye. Here’s why you should “Viva Las Vegas” with the whole family.

 

Eat: There’s no shortage of awesome eats in Las Vegas. If your ride on the High Roller observation ferris wheel has you there at mealtime, the nearby LINQ Promenade is the perfect place to grab a kid-friendly meal from options like the Yardhouse, Haute Doggery or In-N-Out Burger. Save room for sweets and stop at Sprinkles Cupcakes or Ghirardelli Chocolate to end your meal on a high note.

Photo by: Kate Loweth

Play: Stop at The Neon Museum and you’ll get all caught up on the city’s history through its retired neon signs. Knowledgeable guides take guests through this neon boneyard which features signs from old casinos and other Las Vegas businesses while providing interesting facts about the area’s development into the tourist destination that it is today.

Stay: After such a fun, full day of museums, food and checking out the attractions on the Strip, it’s time to get a little R&R. Marriott hotels in Las Vegas offer something for every family—from kitchenettes and extra space, to outdoor pools and spa offerings for moms and dads. Reserve your room directly to save up to 20% off(bonus: that leaves extra cash for souvenirs!).

Bet you’re already counting down the days.

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Hear What Other Parents Are Saying:

JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa:
“We’re locals and have been coming to the JW pool for a few years. The last couple years have been so much fun especially this season with the added game area and virgin cocktails for the kids…A local pool that thinks of the fun for families.”
— Josh H. via TripAdvisor
Las Vegas Marriott:
“My daughter’s soccer team ended up at this property when our previously booked hotel fell through, what a happy accident. During our four-day stay the staff rolled out the red carpet for us, they were super accommodating. Checking in two large soccer teams can be painful, however the front desk was prepared and check in was a breeze. Our group required a space for team meetings and meals, the hotel made it happen. The parking was free and secure and the area felt very safe.”
— Elissa L., via TripAdvisor
The Westin Las Vegas Resort & Spa, Las Vegas:
“First time bringing our kids to Vegas with us. We usually stay at the hotels on the strip but we got a great deal on the rooms at the Westin. It’s a block from the strip. After a day with all the activities it was refreshing to come to our quiet hotel… The staff is very friendly and the hotel is very well kept. I think I found ourselves a new place to stay when we’re in town.”
— from MaMa6363 via TripAdvisor