St. Patrick’s Day is almost here, and while the many residents of Sin City use several holidays as excuses to go out and get a drink, this one is guaranteed to have more hangovers than others. Las Vegas typically has plenty of drunk pedestrians outside of the holiday weeks as it is. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Nevada has the third highest alcohol consumption rate in the country.
Las Vegas is home to some of the most iconic hotels in the nation, but it is also home to some of the worst. There are dozens of cheap hotels in the city that people stay in so they can save money for the slots and shows that focus more on simply giving you a room than giving you a good room. Even some of the nicer and more expensive places to stay can falter on room care with how much building maintenance is necessary.
In Las Vegas, casinos are massive in size and scope, offering dazzling gambling experiences for the tourists that come to visit. However, the large interiors and services offered at casinos and their accommodating hotels means that the staff will not keep up with everything. A spilt drink or faulty carpeting could go on for hours before anyone informs them of the hazard.
The attractions of the Las Vegas strip are everywhere. There is plenty to dazzle the eyes and take you all over the many casino properties. Along with the variety of activities, each casino floor is set-up differently in its design and construction. There are always crowds of people and constant activity every hour of the day interacting with these structures.