It was a great way to see the city at night. Recommended.
TIP: If you are travelling with a toddler, please carry a car seat as although it is not compulsory in Vegas but this tour enforces to use one.
Suggestion to tour company: Car seat mandatory for toddlers should be disclosed on page. Also, suggested to carry a car seat similar to other Limo companies in Vegas who provide complimentary / chargeable car seat while booking.
Our reservation was canceled so they squeezed us in and you could tell. We were dropped off at the corner of every sight and told to walk. We weren't given the option to stop any where other than what was on their agenda. We were rushed and waved and told to hurry at every stop. And when we did ask to stop at store on the way back to hotel, it was totally a big deal. The driver gave us a time limit, 2 people waited in limo for fear of being left. He made comments to those two the whole time about him having a pick up at the airport at a certain time while staring at the store door. He didn't open the door when the other two came out and threw us around the limo the whole ride back to hotel as he did the entire night. Worst experience ever.
Had a great time! Our driver, Adrian, was exceptional! Very accommodating. We asked to stop for pizza, no problem! Went to the memorial for the shooting victims of the Mandalay Bay. Then onto Bellagio for fountain show, Volcano eruption at The Mirage, Old Vegas-now THERE is something to see! Would definitely recommend, worth the trip!
In spite of most attractions being closed the trip was fun and Bret was great. He arrived in a high stretch hummer that could have used an additional step. A few of our party had trouble getting in and out. The other reason we gave it a 4 instead of 5 was the obstruction from the logo on the windows that lessened the view. I would recommend this tour.
Was driver's first time doing a tour and he was not enthusiastic at all. Tour was very boring with little commentary. I had to ask questions to get the driver to talk. The time spent at Fremont was very short.