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Being 20 In Las Vegas..?

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Being 20 In Las Vegas..?

Postby Quinnell » Mon Nov 28, 2016 3:40 pm

Hello,

we are three Swedish girls, all aged 20, and we are going to Las Vegas for three days now in October. Since we are European, we are really not familiar with having to be 21 for almost everything, cultural shock! Anyway, I'm having trouble finding even a good hotel where we don't have to be 21, any suggestions? And I've been checking out your previous answers for activities for us, any updates? We want to have a great stay, regardless of our age, and I seriously feel discriminated by not even being welcomed to most of the hotels *shakes fist at the American regulations*

Oh, and would a limo ride through the strip be possible for us?

Thank you for any answer :)

Maria
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Being 20 In Las Vegas..?

Postby Efran » Wed Nov 30, 2016 8:35 am

Hello Maria,  I don't think you'd have a problem renting a limousine with a driver for a trip down the Strip.  There are limos for rent at the airport, or you could call one of the limo companies in town.  We have used Bell Transportation a few times, and their cars have been clean and the drivers professional. There are other limo companies in town, as well.  Our laws are such that people under 21 cannot drink alcohol, so you could have carbonated drinks, but not champagne in the limo.  Be sure and tell the reservations person when you make your reservations.    Here's the link for Bell:        http://www.bell-trans.com/    You could always Google "Limousines, Las Vegas, NV" also for other companies.  As I've posted before, being under 21 in Las Vegas is certainly more of a challenge to find entertainment, however, having said that, there are many, many things to do without gambling, drinking, or hanging out in nightclubs.  Many of the shows are available for people of most ages.  There are virtual reality rides, roller coasters, an amusement park, thrill rides, the Bellagio Fountains to see, many fantastic buildings housing casinos and hotels to see, many fabulous restaurants, the shark reef exhibit at Mandalay Bay, the tigers and dolphin habitat at the Mirage, the race cars at the Sahara, and SHOPPING!!!! It is fun to stroll through Caesar's Forum Shops, the "Miracle Mile" shops at Planet Hollywood, the Canal shops at the Venetian....maybe even taking a gondola ride there.  There are many tour companies in town so you could take a bus tour to the Outlet Malls, Hoover Dam, and even the Grand Canyon if you wished.  The little throw away magazines that are in the hotel rooms, and at the airport, called names like "What's On in Las Vegas", etc, have tons of coupons and ideas in them.     The hotel problem is not one that I'm familiar with.  I was unaware that one would have difficulty staying at a hotel even with a prepaid room.  Have you tried contacting a travel agent where you live?  That might solve your problem.  I've never been asked my age when making a reservation(of course I'm AGES older than you, but I do have to show identification when I check in.  I would speak with a travel agent about this if I were you.      I'm sorry I cannot help you more about the hotels, but I hope I have helped in the other areas.      Our Federal Law is that people under the age of 21 are considered minors, but they are old enough to vote and go to war!!! Our country is especially careful now after we have had some security issues.      I do hope that you have a wonderful time, and if there is anything else you think I could help you with, please write again.                            Laine
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Being 20 In Las Vegas..?

Postby Horry » Fri Dec 02, 2016 11:39 am

Hello,

we are three Swedish girls, all aged 20, and we are going to Las Vegas for three days now in October. Since we are European, we are really not familiar with having to be 21 for almost everything, cultural shock! Anyway, I'm having trouble finding even a good hotel where we don't have to be 21, any suggestions? And I've been checking out your previous answers for activities for us, any updates? We want to have a great stay, regardless of our age, and I seriously feel discriminated by not even being welcomed to most of the hotels *shakes fist at the American regulations*

Oh, and would a limo ride through the strip be possible for us?

Thank you for any answer :)

Maria
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