You can see just about anything in Las Vegas from castles, pyramids, and more! The key to getting good photos is to get up early. This is what makes really great candid photos without a ton of people in the background. The last thing you want are random boobs or people eating behind you in your keepsake photo. Here are some of the best photo spots in Las Vegas.
The Stairs by the Caesar’s Palace Bridge
This first picture is one of my favorites. I stumbled on this by accident. It is a great option on a sunny day if you want to be the main character and have the Bellagio as your supporting actress!
The Gazebo Area on the Corner near Caesar’s Palace
I tell you, Caesar’s Palace area is a gold mine for photo opportunities. This corner was a great option with this Roman gazebo. I bet it would even beautiful at night with some light streams if you change your exposure!
Seven Magic Mountains
So this is not technically in Las Vegas. It is a 30 minute drive and is only going to be available through the end of 2021 supposedly. I recommend going just before sunrise. You will get beautiful photos and have the place to yourself before all the influencers show up.
Balcony at Eiffel Tower Restaurant
This option isn’t a freebie but it is quintessential Las Vegas. If you want to get an amazing view of Las Vegas like this, you need to pay an extra $25 fee per person to guarantee the balcony tables. I think it was worth it!
Steps at Fashion Mall
These steps were an accidental find. I found them when we went to try a cocktail at Sugar Factory. I would go in the morning so that you don’t have to wait too long for people not to be in your photo. It is the perfect mix of fun and street art.
Chandelier Bar at the Cosmopolitan
This bar is absolutely stunning. You can find this gem at the Cosmopolitan which is technically a Marriott property. Make reservations ahead of time to guarantee at table otherwise you could be waiting a while. This photo was taken on the top floor of the bar.
Las Vegas Sign
Can you go to Las Vegas without getting a photo by THEE SIGN? This is a very popular photo spot so I recommend going in the morning if you don’t want to be in line for a while. There is usually an Elvis impersonator nearby if you want to tip him to get a photo with him and the sign!
Grand Hall at The Venetian
This picture requires a little bit of planning if you want it without a ton of people in the shot. I recommend going after midnight during the week to get this epic shot at the Venetian.
There are so many beautiful photo opportunities in Las Vegas. These options are just the tip of the iceberg. I hope you enjoyed this list of the best photo spots in Las Vegas.
Want to see an amazing off strip hotel option in Las Vegas? Check out my review of the Red Rock Casino Resort here!