Naughty Girl's Guide to Las Vegas by Sienna Sinclaire
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
For locals and visitors alike, who want to experience something naughty in Las Vegas, look no further! Naughty lifestyle expert Sienna Sinclaire’s recently released second travel book, Naughty Girl’s Guide to Las Vegas covers everything saucy in Sin City - from dining to shopping to clubbing while also delving into the history of each venue. So rather than surf the internet for hours trying to finding fun in the most exciting city in the States, this single gal by choice compiled all the naughty information that’s fit to print for those looking for something different to do around town.
Sinclaire serves as a personal tour guide, leading the reader through planning the perfect getaway for singles, couples or just the girls. A must read for anyone planning to visit Las Vegas that makes Las Vegas sexy – not sleazy or slutty.
I requested this on Netgalley as I am going to be visiting Las Vegas next month for the first time and wanted to find out a bit more about the place.
The contents make this book very easy to follow and gives clear indication where to find things about Vegas. I decided to read the majority of this book as I found it all relevant.
I really enjoyed reading about the history of Vegas and seeing how it emerged. Building the Hoover Dam was also great to have in this book as it isn't the initial thing you think of when you think of Vegas and it reminds you that there are other areas of interest to visit outside the Strip.
I loved reading 'Vegas cleans up its act' this talked about different hotels on the strip and the hotel I am going to be staying at was mentioned here as a 'chic resort' which really made me excited about staying.
There were great tips in this guide for girls that you wouldn't actually think about before leaving home. When I read that the lobby to your hotel room can sometimes be 1 mile, and that you should be packing some flip flops for when you are out as well as your heels, this is something that is now high on my priority for packing. Thanks so much Sinclaire for this piece of advise. This is probably going to be the most valuable advise I will have before going.
There is some of the guide that I didn't care to read as I didn't have any interest in that when I am there but it is quite easy to filter that out as it is non fiction.
I would say that this is a good guide for Vegas, it has a selection of things to do during the day and night, plus info on hotels, spas, shopping and shows. I have discovered a lot since reading this guide that I didn't know before. I am really glad I decided to request this guide and I am glad it is handy on my kindle. I will be opening this book again closer to my visit to Vegas. I will also probably read it again on the plane and once I am there.
I would like to thank the publisher for sending this in exchange for an honest review.