British Airways flies into Las Vegas
British Airways celebrates new Gatwick to Las Vegas flights
CRAWLEY, England - British Airways are offering special deals on three night stays at the top hotels on the Las Vegas strip for holidays booked by July 25, 2012 to celebrate the launch of the new London Gatwick to Las Vegas flights which begin on October 29.
British Airways are including a range of hotels in the offer to suit all budgets including the three-star Riviera Hotel and Casino which has just completed a multi-million dollar renovation and added a brand new ultra casino.
Four star hotels include The New Tropicana Las Vegas including which has opened a new beach club, nightclub and Mandara Spa this year and is also hosting the Dancing with the Stars: Live in Las Vegas from the popular US show.
Many famous five star hotels are also included in BA's range of holidays in Las Vegas [http://www.britishairways.com/travel/las-vegas-holiday-offers/public/en_gb/en_gb ], such as the Wynn Resort Las Vegas, The Cosmopolitan, and The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino including flights and three night's room only accommodation. The five-star Encore and the famous Bellagio hotels are also in offer. The Bellagio, which has been made famous by films such as 'Ocean's Eleven' is in a great location on the strip and hosts the spectacular 'O' Cirque du Soleil show.
British Airways will be flying three times a week to Las Vegas bringing the total flights a week from London to ten, including the flights offered from Heathrow, which is more than any other carrier.
The three-times-a-week service will be operated by a three-cabin Boeing 777 offering a premium Club World cabin with fully flat beds.
Last month, the McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas unveiled its brand new multi-billion dollar Terminal 3 which replaced the tired looking Terminal 2. The state-of-the-art international terminal took five years to build at a cost of $2.4 billion. The building is nearly two million square feet, and will offer the latest technology at check-in, creature comforts for passengers including a spa and several dining options, and almost 300 slot machines.