In the year 2017, there is one rule that most people live by: If you don’t take (and post) photos, it didn’t happen!
Take a look below at our top 15 Instagrammable places you can visit over race weekend. Snap a pic, tag #StripatNight, and induce serious jealousy from your friends at home!
Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
A staple on the Las Vegas Strip skyline, Paris provides an epic photo backdrop with replicas of the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and La Fontaine des Mers. The front of the hotel also resembles the Paris Opera House and Lourve.
The Fountains of Bellagio
The biggest water station on course when you run the Strip at Night…just don’t drink out of it! A photo in front of these large dancing water fountains synchronized to music will have you feeling like the stars who have graced Las Vegas, including the cast of Ocean’s 11 in the closing scene of the movie.
Welcome to Las Vegas Sign
You can’t miss it as you approach the Strip, so you have to get out and take a picture letting your crew know you have arrived!
Start Line Festival
The party begins on race day at Las Vegas Village, across from the Luxor. With the Strip as a backdrop to the north and the Start Line and 70-foot-long headliner stage to the South, you are surrounded by good views, good tunes, and good people.
Foundation Room at Mandalay Bay
Atop the 43-story luxury Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino sits the House of Blues Foundation Room. It includes fine dining and live music with a picture-perfect view down to the Strip below.
The energy is at an all time high as you and 25,000+ of your other running buddies get ready to take over the Las Vegas Strip at Night! You have to snap some pics to capture that feeling, then hit the road for your journey!
Located just south of the Bellagio fountains sits the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino, also commonly referred to as The Cosmo. The 9-foot tall stiletto on the casino floor level is a popular photo opp!
The tallest freestanding observation tower in the U.S. and the second-tallest on the West coast, the Stratosphere is a towering 1,149-feet high (350.2m) and one of the biggest Strip attractions. Get to the bottom and look up, or get to the top and look down!
MGM Grand Lion
Did you know the MGM Grand lion has a name? Leo! Make sure to ask Leo for permission to take a picture. He may be big, but he’s always down to paw-ty!
Named for the sword of King Arthur in Medieval myths, Excalibur Hotel and Casino is ever present in the Las Vegas skyline with its towering and brightly colored castle peaks.
Treasure Island Pirate Ship
Also referred to as TI by locals, the Treasure Island Hotel skull-and-crossbones signals you are almost at the finish line!
The end of your journey, but the beginning of the celebration! Located in the center of the Las Vegas Strip outside the Mirage Hotel & Casino, you are the center of attention – and deservingly so!
New York New York
New York New York Hotel & Casino takes a slice of the Big Apple and puts it front and center on the Las Vegas Boulevard. Look for Lady Liberty cheering you on during the race and come ride the roller coaster before your weekend is over!
McCarren International Airport
With more than 40,000 people in town for one unforgettable race weekend, McCarren International Airport is where their race weekend begins and ends. Participants come from more than 80 countries and all 50 U.S. states.
The sights and sounds are endless in Las Vegas. Commit to running with us November 11-12 and start to plan your race weekend photos today!