The Stratosphere Hotel, like most LV hotels, has an open casino lobby. Only different, it offers tower sightseeing and three screaming events, plus bungee jumping. After buying the ticket on the first floor, it passes through the security check and goes up to 108 floors of sightseeing. Choose to go to the 109 or 110 floors according to the purchased amusement items. Ben Zun had a sense of spirituality on the 108 floors, so he resolutely refused to participate in stimulating amusement projects. The X-Scream pole will rise and fall like a lever. The car moves forward and backward on the slider. The most frightening thing is that the car reaches out half of the pole and hovers in the air for a few seconds!
This is the tallest building in Las Vegas and the tallest building to the west of the Mississippi River. Located north of Las Vegas, not in the vicinity of the Paris Hotel area, but not far from here, it has a bird's eye view of Las Vegas. Las Vegas Avenue is clearly visible. And the tower is not only for sightseeing, but also for many exciting projects. For example, there are rope jumping, elevators on the top of the tower, and two stimulus items on the open balcony. Anyway, it's refreshing and exciting.
The Cloud Tower is the tallest building in Las Vegas. Staying in the Cloud Tower Hotel, you can pedal the tower free of charge. It can not only view the tower, but also eat and play a lot of games. It is suggested that you come to play at night and see the night scene of Las Vegas, a sleepless city.
If you have time in Vegas, come on... Don't gamble... Let's try Las Vegas at night and day. You'd better make sure you have about two hours free time. Sometimes the elevator queues are long. If you only need to go up, it's $20, if you want a set meal, or if you take a roller coaster... The package is more economical (I dare not ride a roller coaster).