I have been to Vegas every year since 2001, and most of those trips were made as a solo traveler. Las Vegas is one of the solo-friendliest travel destinations I’ve encountered. People on vacation in Las Vegas tend to be a friendly bunch, so it’s fairly easy to strike up conversations and meet new people. Of the millions of visitors that pass through this city each year, many are traveling alone, either for business (many conventions are held here each year) or vacation. Thus the hospitality industry here is very accustomed to solo travelers, and you should not receive any different service than those who are traveling as a couple or group. And doesn’t that make solo travel so much more enjoyable?
I created this website to answer the questions that the newbie solo traveler may have about visiting this exciting city. If some of the content looks familiar to you, it’s because it used to be housed on my blog, SoloFriendly.com. But it seemed high time that my Las Vegas material had its own home on the Internet.