Las Vegas is a city in Clark County, Nevada, situated near the southeastern border of the state. The United States’ only major city to be established in the 20th century, Las Vegas expanded from a little desert-bound rail junction at the start of the 20th century to one of America’s fastest-growing cities at its conclusion.
The city’s name, which was derived from the Spanish term for “chrysanthemum,” became associated with gambling as a metamorphosis aided by a clever business strategy, access to water supply, a big transportation network, and permissive state laws.
The luxurious southwest portion in the Las Vegas area is home to the 5-star Las Vegas Strip North, which is only minutes from the world-famous Las Vegas Strip. We provide spacious rooms and suites with 50-inch TVs, Point Plush mattresses, and Wireless Fidelity throughout our unique hotel.
A world-class spa and fitness center, a 16-screen Century Cinema movie complex, a 64-lane bowling center, and several eateries that satisfy all tastes and preferences are among our numerous services.
We offer a large range of table games and the most recent slot and video poker machines, as well as several blackjack variants. The Equestrian Center at this property is the finest horse facility in the nation, making it a distinctive feature.
The South Point Hotel, Casino, and Spa also has a large 400-seat showroom with headliner entertainment and dancing to live bands on weekends. Today, we’re sure you’ll want to stay at the South Point Hotel, Casino, and Spa.
In only a century of existence, Las Vegas has attracted millions of tourists and trillions of dollars in wealth to southern Nevada thanks to its gambling, vice, and other forms of entertainment.
The city was established by cowboys and railwaymen, but it swiftly recognized that its most valuable asset wasn’t its springs but rather its casinos. Organized crime from the Eastern Seaboard found a safe haven in Las Vegas’ support of Old West ideals like gambling and prostitution.
Money from drugs and racketeering was used to construct casinos throughout the 1940s. The gambling establishments provided low-cost luxury and the thrill of fantasy fulfillment to guests.
The vast majority of petroglyph designs in Nevada and adjacent states have been discovered within a 150-mile radius of Las Vegas, which is preserved as part of the National Park Service’s Bureau of Land Management Western District Centennial Study Area.
Rafael Rivera was the first European to enter the Las Vegas area, trekking along Antonio Armijo’s route to establish a trade route between New Mexico and California in 1821. He called it “Las Vegas” after the well-watered grasses because he had seen similar landscapes in his home country of Spain.