There’s truly never a bad time to move to Las Vegas. This magical city offers incredible entertainment options all year long. From casinos and pool parties to friendly neighborhoods and historic areas, there’s plenty to love about living here. Summer is a very active season in Las Vegas, and if you’re moving to the city during this time of year, here are some important things you need to know:
It’s no secret that Vegas is hot in the summer. From June until August you can expect daily highs in the triple-digits. However, the occasional monsoons offer some reprieve from the heat.
Evenings are particularly pleasant, with lows ranging in the mid-to-low 70s. This means that you may want to wait until the sun goes down to start moving your furniture and other belongings into your new home.
You’ll want to make sure that you have plenty of lightweight summer attire to wear most of the time. However, it’s also a good idea to wear layers or bring a sweater or jacket with you. When you’re indoors, you can expect cool, air-conditioned temperatures, and you’ll want to make sure you can stay comfortable wherever you go.
There’s a ton of things to do in Las Vegas all year long. No matter what the month, you’re sure to find that you have plenty of fun and exciting options. In the summer, many locals and tourists spend their time at area pools and water parks. Otherwise, you’ll want to look at indoor attractions during the daytime hours.
The casinos are a perfect place to enjoy air-conditioned fun and there are plenty of options. You’ll want to spend some time exploring the famous Las Vegas Strip, home of the Bellagio Hotel & Casino, The Luxor Hotel & Casino, and many others. If gambling isn’t your thing, don’t worry! There are still plenty of parties, nightlife, shopping, sporting events, shows, restaurants, and more.
There’s also plenty to do off-Strip. For example, Red Rock Canyon offers breathtaking views that you can enjoy from the air-conditioned comfort of your car, or you can take an early morning hike. You can also take a bus tour of the Hoover Dam or Grand Canyon, or head over to the Gold Strike Hiking Trail where you can stay cool while exploring the caves. While you’re there, you’ll also want to observe the stunning waterfalls and admire the canyon walls.
Summer is also a great time to explore the many museums and attractions Las Vegas has to offer. Check out Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, the Mob Museum and the High Roller Observation Wheel, which will take you 550 feet above the Las Vegas Strip. You can also pay a visit to The Adventuredome inside the Circus Circus Hotel & Casino, the Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay, and the Pinball Hall of Fame.
Begin Your New Adventure at the Holiday Royale
No matter what time of year you decide to move to Vegas, you’re sure to find that you’ve made the best decision of your life. Holiday Royale, located next to the former Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, offers the perfect combination of hotel living at apartment prices.
These fully furnished units offer weekly and monthly rental plans and include utilities, Wi-Fi, phone, and TV. It’s the perfect long-term residence for those who want to enjoy hassle-free living in the heart of Las Vegas.