From the Back Cover
What's New in the Unofficial Guide to Las Vegas 2015?
New Dining section with features on downtown, Chinatown, buffets, meal deals, and reviews of 50 restaurants.
Reviews of over 50 shows and show venues
Tips for choosing a Cirque du Soleil show
New section on Players Clubs and how membership will get you great offers on rooms, shows, and dining
Where to find the loosest slots
Best place to play for each casino game
How to use the new V area code
New scams to watch out for
Profiles of all the hotels including the new LINQ Hotel, Cromwell, Delano, and Downtown Grand.
Special section on hotels with balconies
Full coverage of the LINQ dining and recreation area including the High Roller observation wheel.
Extensive new coverage of nightlife with dozens of clubs and venues profiled.
Previews of new Strip shopping venues at New York New York, Tropicana, Montecarlo, TI, and Bally's.
New section of firing ranges and gun demonstrations.
Review of Circus Circus Adventuredome's new El Loco roller coaster
New exhibits and tours at the Neon Museum
Complete coverage of outdoor recreational options including climbing, bouldering, road biking, mountain biking, hiking, skiing, fishing, and river running.
About the Author
Bob Sehlinger, a Lowell Thomas Award-winning journalist, is best known as the creator and producer of The Unofficial Guide series.
He is credited with being the first to apply research techniques from the fields of operations research and statistics to travel guides. Among other projects, he was able to develop mathematical models that could save theme park patrons more than three hours of standing in line in a single day.
He is the founder and co-owner of Keen Communications, a book publishing company that includes Menasha Ridge Press, Clerisy Press, and Wilderness Press. The author of 27 books, Sehlinger is a past president of the Publishers Association of the South, and he has served at the invitation of the U.S. State Department and the U.S. Information Service on educational missions for publishers in Hungary, Romania, and Russia. He lives in Birmingham, AL.