Summer is coming, and Nevada residents know that summer means hot weather. Before the weather gets too hot, you may want to start planning some ways to beat the Las Vegas heat.
If you love amusement parks, but sweating outdoors while standing in line all day is not your style, you can head over to Circus Circus at the Adventuredome. This indoor amusement park includes fun for the whole family, with clown shows, games, miniature golf, and amusement park rides.
Hotels with Water Features
If you prefer to remain outdoors but still need to cool off, you can book a room at one of the popular Las Vegas hotels that have lazy river water features, wave pools, and cooling fountains. If you are a guest, you may be able to invite a friend to join you for some fun in the sun. The Monte Carlo, Mandalay Bay, and Wynn Las Vegas all have first class water features, but there are other hotels with amazing pools in Las Vegas as well.
Minus5 Ice Lounge
The Midtown Hilton offers a novel way to cool off when temperatures hit triple digits. The Minus5 Ice Lounge is named for the temperature of the bar. This popular lounge is kept at negative 5 degrees Celsius or 23 degrees Fahrenheit. The glasses, walls, chairs, and bar are all carved out of solid ice.
Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden
At the Bellagio hotel, you can enjoy gorgeous displays of nature without sweating a drop. The expert gardeners at the Bellagio display botanical specimens from all over the world. The exhibits feature bridges, gazebos, ponds, and water features, bringing the beauty of the outdoors indoors. One of the best things about enjoying the conservatory and botanical garden is that you can enjoy the beauty for no charge. While you are at the Bellagio, you should take the time to watch one of their water fountain shows, also free to the general public with shows every half hour Monday through Friday.
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