I have recently read in a travel guide that some hotels do not allow children in them if you are not a guest of the hotel. I mean the whole hotel, not just the casino. It mentions the Bellagio but no other ones specifically. Does anyone know if this is true? What hotels does it applies to? Is it 24 hours a day or just past a certain time in the evening? Any help with this would be appreciated.
As a side note - I know 90% of the people reading this will either be posting or at least thinking that I should not take a child to Vegas. I get it, there is no need to tell me that. I agree with you most of the time. I have seen the crying kids pushed in strollers down the Strip ay midnight. However, I think that it depends on the child's travel experience, age and intentions of parents while in Vegas. My son is 8 and loves to travel. He can handle long days and walking 8-10 miles a day with no complaining. I have been to Vegas 7 times before so I have done many of the Vegas type things that are not appropriate for children to be a part of. I know that it seems like a sin but I do not really enjoy drinking and gambling that much. So why go to Vegas? I LOVE the completely fictional world that it creates. I love that you can go to the Eiffle Tower, take a gondola ride, see a volcano erupt and watch pirates battle at sea in the same afternoon. There is something wonderful about Vegas that you can't see anywhere else. And there are some really great shows. That is the part of Vegas that I am going to share with my son.