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What is there to do in Las Vegas in November?

by Amy Thistle

August 1, 2011

November is the perfect time of the year to go to Las Vegas!

Average Temperatures in November in Las Vegas

  • Average High Temperature in November in Las Vegas: 67 F (19.4 C)
  • Average Low Temperature in November in Las Vegas: 42 F (5.5 C)
  • Average Rainfall in November in Las Vegas: .43”
  • Average Humidity in November in Las Vegas: 31%

Reason #1 to travel to Las Vegas this November is our Managing your SAP Projects and Outsourcing in your SAP Environment events!

While Las Vegas is well known for all of its casinos theres are many other things to do there that don’t involve gambling.

Nature Attractions -

The Flamingo Hotel and Casino offers a wildlife exhibit for exotic animal lovers. Just past the lobby, over 300 birds are on display. Some of the birds featured are penguins, swans, ducks and the pink flamingos. The exhibit features exotic plants imported from around the world and a stream full of koi fish and turtles.

To celebrate its mascot, the lion, MGM offers a free lion habitat attraction at its MGM Hotel and Casino. The 5,000 square foot habit allows the tourist to watch the lions interacting in a simulated jungle habitat.

Sea lovers have the opportunity to visit the 20,000 gallon saltwater aquarium at the Mirage Hotel and Casino. Visitors can witness the sharks swimming through coral reefs.

All attractions are open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

Shopping (a personal favorite) -

In the casinos:

Forum Shops, Caesars Palace

Grand Canal Shoppes, The Venetian.

Le Boulevard, Paris Las Vegas.

Mandalay Place, Mandalay Bay.

Masquerade Village Shops, Rio.

Miracle Mile Shops, Planet Hollywood.

The Shoppes, Palazzo.

Tower Shops, Stratosphere.

Via Bellagio, Bellagio.

Outside the casinos:

Boca Park. 8800 Charleston Blvd.

Boulevard Mall. Maryland Parkway/Desert Inn Road/Twain. 150 stores. Open Mon-Fri 10 -9; Sat 10-8, Sun 11-6. 735-8268. Nevada's largest (1.2 million square feet) and oldest mall.

Chinatown Plaza. 4215 Spring Mountain Rd/Arville/Valley View. 28 Chinese shops and restaurants. 221-8448.

Crystals. 3730 Las Vegas Blvd, at CityCenter. 75 retail stores and restaurants.

The District at Green Valley Ranch. 2240 Village Walk Dr. I-215/Green Valley Pwy.

Fashion Show Mall. Las Vegas Blvd/Spring Mountain Rd. Seven department stores and more than two hundred shops. Open Mon-Fri 10-9, Sat 10-7, Sun 12-6. 369-8382.

Galleria at Sunset. 130 stores on two levels. 1300 W Sunset Rd, Henderson. 434-0202. Mall hours: Mon-Sat 10 am - 9 pm; Sun 11 am 6 PM

Las Vegas Outlet Center (formerly Belz Factory Outlet World). 155 factory-direct outlet store s. Las Vegas Blvd/Warm Springs Rd. Open Mon-Sat 10-9; Sun 10-6. 896-5599.

Las Vegas Premium Outlets. This shopping mall opened in August 2003, with more than 120 stores. 505 S Grand Central Pkwy. 474-7500. Open 10 am - 10 PM (Sun till 9 PM).

Meadows Mall. 144 stores. Open Mon-Fri 10-9; Sat 10-7; Sun 10-6. 4300 Meadows Lane; US 95 North/Valley View. 878-3331.

Town Square. The 1.5 million sq ft shopping center opened in November 2007, on Las Vegas Blvd at Sunset Rd. Among its many retail stores are Rave Motion Pictures, Fry's Electronics, Borders Books, and, the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce's new location. 6605 S Las Vegas Blvd.

Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas is located in Primm, at the border of Nevada and California (40 miles south of Las Vegas). Direct shuttle service from New York-New York and MGM Grand is available. Open 10-8 daily. 874-1400.

Shows (another personal favorite!) -

Other Las Vegas attractions -

And don’t forget the Hoover dam ( is only about a 45 minute drive away and the Grand Canyon ( is within driving distance as well.

Obviously you are attending the conference to learn not vacation, but when you find yourself with some free time or if you want to spend the weekend before or after in Las Vegas check out some of these places!


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