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Here’s How To Spend 3 Incredible Days in Las Vegas Without Setting Foot in a Casino

One Owner shares the top Vegas spots to indulge your senses

Kassi P.
Stunning aerial image of Las Vegas Strip glowing in the night sky, Las Vegas.

Las Vegas is one of the top destinations in the United States. Whether you’re traveling for work or fun, there’s so much to do in this lively city — even if you don’t gamble. Check out this three-day Las Vegas itinerary to get the most out of your Vegas vacation.

(And with five Hilton Grand Vacations Las Vegas resorts to choose from, it’s a must-visit.)

Beautiful aerial image of Elara, a Hilton Grand Vacations pool lit up at night, Las Vegas.    

Day One

Morning: Start your morning with a delicious breakfast at Eggslut. If you haven’t guessed already, Eggslut features eggs as its star. You will not be disappointed by the variety of choices — from egg sandwiches on mouth-watering brioche buns to delicious sides. And with a walk-up dining experience, you can choose to stay and eat on-site or grab-and-go. 

Afternoon: Enjoy all that Las Vegas offers by using time on your first day to explore the Strip. While most travelers explore this popular area in the evenings, walking up and down the Strip in the daytime is quite fun. And it’s a great way to “mentally bookmark” locations to visit later in your trip, especially restaurants and bars.

Evening: It’s no secret that Las Vegas is home to some of the most incredible shows spanning various genres. However, if one show is a must-do, it’s a Cirque du Soleil performance. There are many options to choose from, and you cannot make a wrong decision. But, if I had to choose one, I highly recommend seeing . It’s a favorite of ours.

Day Two

Hilton Grand Vacations Owners posing in Las Vegas.   

Morning: After a fun evening, you’ll want to refuel with a delicious brunch. Look no further than Mon Ami Gabi, serving classic French cuisine. Don’t forget to make reservations, as this is a popular spot in the city. And it’s for a good reason. I recommend starting with the French onion soup (yum) and then trying the ham and cheese crêpe. 

Afternoon: Take a break and book a spa treatment to wind down. Vegas has a wide variety of incredible spas, and who says you can’t relax while you’re in Vegas?

Evening: Get dressed up for a night on the town — with a twist. Pretend you’re in the Prohibition era and visit one, or more, of the speakeasies in town. These intimate bars provide a great backdrop for a date night and make some of the most delicious craft cocktails. 

Insider tip: Do your research, as some locations require reservations. 

Day Three

Morning: Start your morning at none other than a famous Vegas buffet, like Bacchanal Buffet. Needless to say, with a full belly of the various cuisines, you’ll be ready for your last day in Sin City.

Freemont Street lighting the night sky, Las Vegas.   

Afternoon: Adventure beyond the Strip to Downtown Container Park. This shopping center is built all out of shipping containers, as you probably guessed. You’ll find Oak & Ivy, a craft cocktail bar and a gem of a find, located right within one of the containers.

Evening: Spend your last evening in “Old Vegas,” also known as Fremont Street. Between the lights, the attractions and more to discover, it’s a perfect way to end your three days in Vegas.  

Where to stay: Elara, a Hilton Grand Vacations Club, is an incredible resort in Vegas and is located right in the center of the Strip. And for us, it was the perfect place to celebrate the first few days of our honeymoon.

Check out "8 Romantic Ideas for Couples in Las Vegas (Chapel Optional)" for more Las Vegas vacation inspiration. 

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Hilton Grand Vacations Owner, Kassi P.

Kassi P.

Kassi is a three-time Explorer and Owner since 2018, when she and her husband, then in their late 20's, decided vacation ownership was the next step in building a life filled with travel. As Orlando locals, they enjoy staycations and exploring The City Beautiful, but have never actually stayed at their home resort, Hilton Grand Vacations at Tuscany Village.  

When she's not using her ClubPoints in Florida, this urban traveler has a love of international travel and a sweet spot for her second home — New York City, which is where she got engaged while staying at West 57th Street by Hilton Club. When asked about her long run in the Explorer program, Kassi says, "It's my goal to inspire someone to create new memories, get out and travel and make the most out of vacation ownership."

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