Compared to others, Oasis at Gold Spike is not a typical Vegas boutique hotel since we provide many more entertainment options located in the area. Vegas is unique in the sense that new buildings are constantly being built and destroyed with new restaurants, bars and attractions opening up every week. Check out what’s new.
The LINQ has been open for over a year now, but new travelers may not be aware of it yet. Find new restaurants like Guy FIeri’s Vegas Kitchen and Bar, the Brooklyn Bowl music venue/bowling alley and the 550-foot observation wheel, The High Roller.
The other newest amusement ride addition can be found downtown at the Fremont Street Experience within walking distance of the Oasis hotel, one of Las Vegas’ coolest hotels. Thrill seekers can zipline over the crowds underneath the tarp on SlotZilla.
Also downtown, new dining additions include Zydeco Po-Boys Cajun cuisine, VegeNation vegan street food, and Glutton American bistro. Look out for more to come, too, with Therapy’s shareable plates and Flippin’ Good Burgers. No other Downtown Las Vegas hotels are surrounded by as many dining options as Oasis at Gold Spike.
If you are looking for a unique Vegas boutique hotel experience, Oasis at Gold Spike is the place for you. Book your room today and prepare for a Vegas vacation you will never forget.
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