Emerald Suites Cameron

Address: 4777 Cameron St, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89103-5205, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the The Strip and Vicinity area of Las Vegas, is near Wynn Las Vegas, Pink Jeep Tours, Casino at the Orleans Hotel, and Orleans Hotel Showroom.
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First morning in Vegas

A travel blog entry by mjworldwide on Sep 30, 2015

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... After absinthe we were all pretty pumped and a bit intoxicated so we decided to hit the casino and do a bit of gambling. We all had a go at ***** first which was fun, but we didn't fully understand what we were doing and we were losing money fast. The roulette table was next and we had more joy here but still ended up losing our money. We called it quits at that point and decided to get some sleep because we had a wedding the next day. ...

Night in Las Vegas

A travel blog entry by lifeofmohr on Sep 15, 2015

12 photos

... of the dam. We pulled off the highway and RVs are required to get inspected for security purposes, so we had security agents come on board, they were super friendly and it was no trouble at all. It was a great quick stop, of course no cross country road trip is complete without a visit to the Hoover Dam and John just couldn't wait to say..."where's the dam beer?" :-) Our night in Las Vegas was extra fun because we met up with our good friend, Shawn Kramer, who happened to be ...

In Vegas- Day 2

A travel blog entry by reymel on Sep 10, 2015

8 photos

... have McDs, Pizza Hut, Pretzel Palace. The Bellagio doesn't have a food court, they have Fine Dining places with names like, Michael Mina, Jasmine, where they serve Caviar. I know this because I looked and the cost for caviar, $275-$475. Mind you the average cost for a room at Excalibur $70-80, the average cost at Bellagio $250+. So I'm surprised they even let us in. Anyway the gardens were pretty cool to look at, not very big but very well done. They also had a Picasso ...

No Car Day

A travel blog entry by ndtownsend on Aug 16, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... try to push her way into the hotel at a "pull" door, until she finally realized she had to pull it open. That seems entertaining enough, but about thirty feet later, she did exactly the same thing on the next "pull" door. For us and a few people behind us, we were amazed and amused. Then Marlo said, "Well, I guess we are back at the castle because all the princesses are showing up."

We had a little time to kill before heading to the Tournament of the Kings, so Marlo ...

Day 6 - Grand Canyon to Las Vegas

A travel blog entry by jannals on Jul 17, 2015

6 photos

... into view, and we were able to pick out most of the distinctive landmark buildings as we entered the city.

Our home for the next two nights was the Oasis Las Vegas RV Park, our biggest campsite to-date with some 934 sites. Located about 10 mins drive south of the Strip, it allows quick and easy access to the key sights. Our site was located right next to the pool complex where we immediately headed after getting hooked ...