Luxury Lake Las Vegas Vacation Home


 # 1 - Relax

Your on vacation! What could be better than relaxing in the Las Vegas sun and having fun with family and friends. Tramonto has a great pool and hot tub. Or you could venture a 100 metres to the Lowes Hotel Pool - complete with water slide and sandy beach. See Virtual concierge for more info.

#2 - Golf 
Reflection Bay is the first public resort golf course in Nevada personally designed by Jack Nicklaus. The 7,261-yard, par-72 award-winning course makes its way through the desert while providing breathtaking views of Lake Las Vegas. Five holes are located along one and a half miles of Lake Las Vegas' majestic shoreline. Reflection Bay highlights include the picturesque hole #8, a 199-yard par-3, encompassed by beaches, bunkers and palms that create a dynamic shoreline and backdrop.

 # 3 - Go boating on Lake Mead

Renting a boat on Lake Mead can be  as cheap as $120.00. This is not what people usally think about when talking about Vegas but they should. It amazing! See virtual concierge for more info. Lake Mead is only 10 minutes from the Villa.

# 4 - Visit World Famous Las Vegas Strip

Do we have to explain?

 # 5 - Pamper yourself !

Revella, Lake Las Vegas is a true oasis in the desert. The highly-rated Las Vegas resort has one of Las Vegas' top ranked day spa's.

 # 6 - See the Hoover Dam

Hoover Dam, originally known as Boulder Dam, is a concretearch-gravity dam in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River, on the border between the U.S.states of Arizona and Nevada. When completed in 1936, it was both the world's largest electric-power generating station and the world's largest concrete structure.

 # 7 - Have lunch in Boulder City

This visit is  like travelling back in time. Boulder City is known as a clean, green oasis in the desert.  Located approximately 20 miles from the glitter and excitement of Las Vegas and just a few miles from the grandeur of Hoover Dam, Boulder City offers a quiet, relaxed living environment.  Boulder City residents enjoy a quaint, small town atmosphere, historic charm and an excellent quality of life with a low crime rate. The exact opposite experiance to a Las Vegas  strip visit.

 # 8 - Go to the Ball Park

The Las Vegas 51s, formerly known as the Las Vegas Stars, are the  the Triple- A affilate of the Toronto Blue Jays. They play at Cashman Field  (capacity 9,334)  and compete in the Pacific Coast League. Nothing is more fun than a night game at  the Cash.

 #9 - Your in Vegas , Gamble a bit!

You can't win without playing! The Wynn Casino is a beautiful room to spend a little time and money in (among many). 

 # 10 - Go Shopping

From the Forum at Ceasars Palace to the Mircle Mile, the Shops at the Wynn to the Fashion Show Mall and don't forget the Las Vegas Premium Outlets. You can truly shop until you drop.