Nevada September 02, 2015
These 10 Unique Places To Stay In Nevada Will Give You An Unforgettable Experience
Looking for a unique place to stay in Nevada? You’re in luck! There are many unique places in Nevada to stay the night, week, month, etc. Nevada offers everything from small, middle-of-nowhere motels to 5-star luxury hotels on the Las Vegas Strip.
Here are 10 unique places you should definitely consider while planning your next trip to Nevada:
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1. The Venetian - Las Vegas, NV
At The Venetian, you'll have the opportunity to experience the romance of Venice, Italy without traveling to the other side of the world. Couples will enjoy being serenaded as they float down the Grand Canal in an authentic Venetian gondola.
2. Clown Motel - Tonopah, NV
Tonopah's Clown Motel is full of clowns. Lots and lots of clowns! If clowns don't creep you out, you'll definitely want to stay at the Clown Motel. If you're really brave, request a second-floor room for a great view of the Tonopah Cemetery. It's packed with graves of miners who died unpleasantly and several guests have reported seeing their spirits.
3. Bonnie Springs Ranch - Las Vegas, NV
Bonnie Springs Ranch was originally built in 1843 as a stopover for the wagon trains going to California down the Old Spanish Trail. This ranch is located in the heart of Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, and its guests will enjoy Old Nevada Town--a replica of an authentic 1880’s mining town.
4. Silver Queen Hotel - Virginia City, NV
You'll be transported to the past when you stay at this 134-year-old hotel that offers 28 beautifully restored rooms. The Silver Queen Hotel is one of the most haunted places in Nevada.
5. Nevada Northern Railway Museum/Caboose #22 - Ely, NV
At Nevada Northern Railway Museum, you'll have the opportunity to stay overnight in a real caboose. Caboose #22 may not offer any traditional amenities, but it'll be an experience you won't soon forget.
6. Mansion at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas, NV
Situated behind the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino is the Mansion. The Mansion is a relaxing destination for only those elite few. The 290,000 sq ft Mansion has 29 separate villas, and you can rent your own villa starting at $5,000 per night.
7. Wildflower Village - Reno, NV
Wildflower Village includes Reno's only bed and breakfast. Also on site is a coffee house, a pub, art galleries, a wedding chapel, a gift shop, art studios and apartments. If you choose to stay at Wildflower Village, you'll undoubtedly have a unique art experience.
8. New York-New York Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas, NV
At New York-New York Hotel & Casino, you'll enjoy visiting the "Big Apple" without traveling all the way to the East Coast. This fabulous hotel features a remarkable New York City skyline that includes a 150-foot-tall replica of the Statue of Liberty.
9. Little A'Le'Inn - Rachel, NV
Little A'Le'Inn is located on the Extraterrestrial Highway and is a popular stop for visitors of nearby Area 51. Staying the night out in the desert is a unique experience you'll always remember. And who knows? You may also spot a UFO.
10. Luxor Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas, NV
The most distinctive landmark on the Las Vegas Strip is the Luxor Hotel & Casino. You'll feel like you're in Egypt the moment you check into this 30-story pyramid. Luxor Hotel & Casino is the 4th-largest hotel in Las Vegas and the 8th-largest in the world.
Have you stayed at any of these unique places in Nevada? Where are some other unique places to stay? Please share with us in the comments below!