What does Las Vegas have to offer other than nightlife?

When one thinks of Las Vegas, the images of flashy lights, casinos and showbiz pops into ones head. Las Vegas is associated with it’s night life and people simply visit for the entertainment. But Las Vegas has so much more to offer its visitors. Today, Las Vegas is one of the top tourism destinations in the world. So, what else is there to do in Las Vegas other than gamble and be entertained?

During our stay in Vegas, we will be staying at The Westin Lake Resort and Spa. Located in between the bright lights of Las Vegas and the tranquil waters of Lake Mead, The Westin Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa offers both thrilling nightlife and stunning natural splendor. This resort is absolutely luxurious and just oozes elegance.

The Westin Lake offers it’s guests a range of outdoor activities including paddle boarding, biking, golf, canoeing and even a private beach. Visitors can enjoy the Las Vegas Strip by night and relax at this lake side resort by day. It is one of the only pet-friendly and non-gaming resorts in Las Vegas, truly making it a unique destination for all.

The Westin Lake is also really big on fitness and make sure their guests have enough activities to choose from when visiting their resort. This year, they are excited to introduce the Westin Well-Being Movement, a global initiative dedicated to inspiring guests to discover new approaches to well-being at Westin and beyond. The Movement will feature innovative partnerships and programs across Westin’s six pillars of well-being: Sleep Well, Eat Well, Move Well, Feel Well, Work Well and Play Well.

The Westin Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa, has everything you need to feel your best and make the most of your time away from the Las Vegas Strip.


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