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Smoke-free attractions?

I know there have been previous posts on this subject but I would like to get updated info if possible. Are there any hotels or attractions in Las Vegas that are smoke-free? My son and nephew were planning a trip together for January 2010 but my nephew might back out because he is allergic to smoke.

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1. Re: Smoke-free attractions?

Define attraction. Shows are smoke free. Restaurants are smoke free. Some casinos are smoky.

Irvine, California
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2. Re: Smoke-free attractions?

The only indoor public areas where smoking is permitted in Vegas are casinos and bars that don't serve food. Any other indoor "attraction" is smoke free.

There are hotels that are totally smoke free. How much (roughly) is your budget per night for a room?

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Palazzo has areas in the casino that are even smoke free

I don't like smoke and didn't notice smoke in either Venetian or Wynns casino or public areas

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Vegas is a smoking town, always has been.

So many people smoke there that it will suprise you.

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You can't smoke in restaurants, shopping areas or indoor attractions. I think you can only smoke in the casino and bars that don't serve food.

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If you avoid the casino floors, I don't think Las Vegas is any smokier than any other city. Even some of the casinos have pretty decent ventilation systems, so you don't notice it much unless you're near some smokers.

This is coming from someone who is incredibly allergic to smoke - I can smell it a mile away and it makes me sick. The few times when it started to get to me in casinos, I'd just go to a different casino.

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The Signature at the MGM is a smoke free hotel. My husband and I stay there because it is completely smoke free so that gives him a break from smoke since he is allergic.

If they like to go to bars but do not like the smoke, there are some outdoor bars as well. While people still smoke at these since it is outdoors that may help.

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I am also very sensitive to smoke. When I was there last May, we stayed at the Platinum which is a smoke-free place. It was not cheap and many of the smoke free places aren't because they know they have us on that point. But it really helped on sleeping and unwinding after being exposed to the smoky parts of Vegas!

The other place that I noticed smoking was when walking on the streets particularly the Strip. Always seemed to be behind smokers.

I found my Personal Air Purifier was really handy when I couldn't avoid the smoke. I would take a "drag" off of it whenever my throat would tighten up.

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