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Stratosphere Resort

At 1,149 feet, the Stratosphere Tower is the tallest observation tower in the United States. The view from the 109th-floor deck is truly spectacular, and the rides on top are hair-raising.

Its uppermost spire is visible from nearly anywhere in the Las Vegas Valley. Some even choose to climb on board the Big Shot at floor 113 and fly an additional 160 feet into the heavens on a burst of compressed air, while others prefer to gaze upon Las Vegas' radiance from the quiet elegance of the 107th-floor lounge. And yet, the excitement of the Stratosphere Hotel doesn't end at those giddy heights.

The Stratosphere's casino is nearly as impressive an entity as the tower. At 80,000 square feet, it's one of the biggest gaming floors downtown. A couple shows rock the Broadway Showroom -- the dynamic American Superstars rock 'n' roll tribute show at night, featuring the American Superstar Dancers and brilliant impersonators of Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, Britney Spears, Tim McGraw, Madonna; and the topless production Bite, featuring female vampires.

A world of dining experiences satisfies every appetite.The continental pleasures of Top of the World are served with breathtaking 360 degree views of Las Vegas. You also don't want to miss the sock hop atmosphere of Roxy's Diner or the charm and taste of Old World Italy at Fellini's at Stratosphere.

After dinner try one of the drink specials at the C Bar or put on your dancing shoes and hit the dance floor at Polly Esther's nightclub.

While the tower may be the first thing to impress visitors, once they've sampled the Stratosphere's many other rich pleasures, they could conceivably forget it's even there. The high life, indeed.