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Time Out says

Guestrooms in the tower would be interesting, but all the Stratosphere’s sleeping quarters are in separate buildings below. Some are in the original Vegas World mid-rise; a more recent tower brought the total to 2,444 rooms and suites. There are an overwhelming 13 different types of room, from the smallish standard rooms to the massive "premier suites". On the eighth floor, there’s a big pool and recreation deck.



Address: Stratosphere
2000 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas
NV 89104
Cross street: at W St Louis Avenue
Transport: Bus Deuce, 108

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The stratosphere is definitely a must visit for you adrenaline junkies out there. Even if you're not one, it still provides a great view of Las Vegas (other than the high roller). But for you adventure seekers, there is so much to do here. If you're the ultimate junkie, you can just jump off the building. Yes. Jump off. Not entirely like bungee jumping because there's no recoil, but you jump off and then slowly land to safety. You can also go on one of the many thrill rides. Go on the coaster that tips over the edge, or the freefall ride. I mean, you got a lot of options, you can't go wrong.