Marc Meltzer

Top 10 Places To Instagram In Vegas

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It seems as though everyone who visits Las Vegas today shares their memories on Instagram. The photo sharing is owned by Facebook but operates very successfully by itself. Instagram just reached the 500 million user mark and continues to grow in popularity. For comparison, Instagram has twice as many users as twitter and snapchat.

From the beginning of your visit to Las Vegas to the end, you can find great memories in Las Vegas. However, not all of those memories make for a great Instagram picture. Here are 10 great places to visit in Las Vegas and share on Instagram.

1. Bellagio

Highly recommend stopping at Hyde at Bellagio shortly after they open to grab a drink outside by the lake. It’s before the club opens and is still nice n calm. #vegas

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The patio at Hyde is one of the many great locations at Bellagio to Instagram. The Conservatory and Botanical Gardens are popular too but nothing is quite as iconic as the fountains.

2. Mandalay Bay

Vegas, that was fun. Let’s do it again sometime.

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The view of Vegas Strip may not get any better than at night from the Foundation Room. If you’re looking for a unique place to take a picture, check out the headless Stalin at Red Square.

3. The Cosmopolitan

#lasvegas #lasvegasstrip #bellagio #bellagiofountains #cosmopolitan #view #balconyview #travel #nevada #america

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This view from the terrace room at the Cosmopolitan is one of the best views from a hotel room in Las Vegas. The entire casino is beautiful but The Chandelier Bar is a close second for a great Instagram at the Cosmopolitan.

4. El Cortez

Sin City and I get along just fine. #roadtrip2016 #LasVegas #Nevada #SinCity #latergram #elcortez #latergram

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Day or night, there isn’t a more photogenic casino in Las Vegas than the El Cortez. There are many angles to take a similarly beautiful picture. Take a walk around the property to see which you like best.

5. Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace #hotel #vegas #caesarspalace #statue #fountain #casino #hotel

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“You probably get this a lot. This isn’t the real Caesar’s Palace is it?”…“Did, umm… did Caesar live here?”

6. The Mirage


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The stunning atrium as you enter the casino is one of the first things you see in one of the most photogenic casinos in Las Vegas. Head to the pool in back of the casino for another beautiful location for a photo.

7.The Venetian

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The lobby ceiling is stunning. If you love this art look up next time you get out of a car at valet. You may have never noticed the beauty. Head to the gondola’s in the Grand Canal Shoppes for another unique photo op.

8.The Park

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The Park is the newest addition to the Vegas Strip and a nice respite from the action. The Bliss Dance statue is an “Only in Vegas” piece of art. Make sure to angle the photo to get the Monte Carlo casino in the picture. The property will have a new name in a couple years.

9. Fremont Street Experience

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There are so many great photos to be taken at the Fremont Street Experience. The lights of the Viva Vision show are spectacular. (Click image for The Doors show)

10. McCarran Airport

I’m back!!!! #Round2

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You’ve arrived…Welcome to Las Vegas!

Do you have a favorite photo spot in Las Vegas? Leave a comment and let us know.

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