Desert Paradise Resort offers a family-friendly environment tucked away from the crowds of the famous Las Vegas Strip, but just minutes away from the excitement when you're ready. Spacious suites offer full kitchens, a 24-hour adult pool, spa tub and splash pad that are great for relaxing with friends. The Concierge will be glad to help you plan your events, and take care of your every need.
Las Vegas continues to expand its entertainment venues beyond the famous casinos. Whether it's the Adventuredome, teeing off on championship golf courses, or the latest entertainment at the various hotels, Las Vegas offers the best for tourists of all ages. Once you get settled, head out to the awesome Fremont Street Experience to delight everyone. Let us make your vacation memorable.
This resort has the following fees:
Daily Resort Fee - $20 + tax
Incidental Deposit - $100 (credit card and photo id required)
Desert Paradise Resort’s family-friendly vacation is minutes away from all the hot spots in Las Vegas, including the famous Strip. Settle into your spacious condominium, and head out to the Fremont Street Experience to delight the whole family.
Before the Hoover Dam was built in 1928, Las Vegas was a desolate frontier town in the heart of the Mojave Desert. Money was scarce and water was scarcer. Then the dam went up, World War II ended, and wealthy entrepreneurs and venture capitalists began looking for the next big thing. Las Vegas began its life in the American limelight as a desert retreat for Hollywood stars a la Palm Springs, but that began to change in the 1960s and 70s.
During the Civil Rights Movement and so-called American Cultural Revolution, Las Vegas morphed from an exclusive celebrity destination to a gambling and entertainment Mecca designed to appeal to every demographic and taste. Hotels and casinos started building up instead of out, engaging in an ongoing contest to outdo each other with exotic themes and unparalleled luxury. Then, in the 1990s, Sin City hopped on board the technological revolution, and its hotels and casinos reached a new height of spectacle. Today, Las Vegas is one of the most famous cities in the world and draws millions upon millions of visitors each year.
Directions from McCarren International Airport to the Desert Paradise Resort:
1. Head southeast toward Airport Sht Term Park (0.2 mi) 2. Slight right toward S Airport Con/Paradise Rd (0.1 mi) 3. Continue straight onto S Airport Con/Paradise Rd. Continue to follow S Airport Con (1.2 mi) 4. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for I-215 W/Las Vegas and merge onto I-215 W (2.5 mi) 5. Continue onto Bruce Woodbury Beltway/Clark County 215 W (0.8 mi) 6. Take exit 13 for Decatur Blvd (0.2 mi) 7. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Decatur Boulevard N and merge onto S Decatur Blvd. Destination will be on the left (1.9 mi)