Best Nevada holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Nevada
Marriott's Grand ChateauSituated 15 minutes' walk from the Las Vegas Strip, this non-gaming and non-smoking hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi for all devices. Facilities include an outdoor swimming pool. Free valet parking is offered to guests of the hotel.Book now
Ellis Island Hotel Casino & BreweryLocated 15 minutes’ walk from the Las Vegas Strip, Ellis Island Casino Hotel & Brewery features 4 on-site dining options and modern rooms with free WiFi. The casino offers 300 slots, blackjack, roulette, craps and a sports book. Guests can relax in the outdoor pool at the property.Book now
Hyatt Place Las Vegas at Silverton VillageSet in Las Vegas, 7 km from Shark Reef Aquarium, Hyatt Place Las Vegas at Silverton Village offers accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a fitness centre and a bar. The property is around 7 km from Mandalay Bay Convention Center, 9 km from CityCenter Las Vegas and 9 km from Crystals Shopping Center. The hotel provides an outdoor swimming pool and a shared lounge and free WiFi throughout the property.Book now
Private holiday homes in Nevada: between impressive landscapes
Nevada is located in the west of the United States and is characterized by rough landscapes and a desert climate that leaves a lasting impression on every visitor. Here are the backdrops of big westerns and when you look through the windows of your Nevada vacation home, you almost automatically expect a lonely cowboy riding through the desert. It’s hard to believe that, despite the inhospitable environment, some of the most modern cities in the USA have developed here. Book a holiday apartment in Nevada now and experience this state that has so much to offer!
Apartments in Nevada – Between Gambling and Wild West Romanticism
The actual history of Nevada does not begin until 1850, when the territory of Mexico was ceded to the United States. A decision that Mexico certainly regretted for a long time. A few years later, in 1859 to be precise, rich gold and silver deposits were discovered, the third largest in the world. Nevada also owes its nickname to this: “The Silver State”. The landscape is characterized by the Great Basin with its extensive desert landscapes and the harsh climate. Here is also the Great Salt Lake Desert, which extends over an area of more than 10,000 square kilometers. But don’t worry: many of our private holiday apartments in Nevada are equipped with air conditioning. So even in the hot desert climate you will always keep a cool head. There are two places you should definitely consider when booking accommodation in Nevada: the Hoover Dam and Death Valley. Without them, almost every visit to the state is incomplete. Thanks to a well-developed road network, both attractions can be reached quickly and easily from any apartment in Nevada.
Accommodation in Nevada’s gambling paradise
Inextricably linked with Nevada is its reputation as a gambling paradise, which was taken to extremes in Las Vegas. Gambling was allowed in the course of the world economic crisis on 17.3.1931 to stimulate economic growth. Together with the construction of the Hoover Dam, this was the real starting shot for the rapid growth of Las Vegas. From your vacation home in Nevada, you can explore the dazzling desert city with its world-famous casinos and entertainment parks. As an alternative to Las Vegas, there is also accommodation in Reno, the “biggest little city in the world” – so the self-description goes. Although the city is much smaller than Las Vegas, you should also choose one of our cheap accommodations here. You can discover American history in Carson City. The small town lovingly maintains its former Wild West charm, which still seems to be present in numerous ghost towns in the surrounding area. The city was literarily immortalized by Mark Twain, who lived here in the 1860s. Elko should be of interest to film lovers. It is not only one of the oldest cities in Nevada but also the location of the film “Don’t Come Knocking”, with which Wim Wenders celebrated great success in 2005. Private apartments in Nevada are ideal for exploring the western United States by rental car from here. Especially this state shines with its fascinating landscape and the endless vastness of the desert. Our accommodations in the USA are also located in the neighboring states. So have a look at our Apartments in California, our “Holiday Apartments in Arizona” or our Holiday Homes in Utah.