Item description for Michelin Las Vegas 2008 (Michelin Guide Las Vegas) by Michelin...
The Michelin Guide to Las Vegas 2008 is the latest title in a world-renowned series of hotel and restaurant guides. Each listing is recommended by Michelin's team of anonymous, independent inspectors based on a process that has stood the test of time.
Michelin awards select restaurants stars for culinary excellence. The guide is organized by neighborhood and detailed descriptions of each listing provide the reader with a picture of everything from the ambience to the cuisine. This guide celebrates the culinary diversity of Las Vegas and is perfect for locals and visitors alike.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.5" Width: 4.4" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Nov 15, 2007
Publisher Michelin Travel Publications
ISBN 2067129899 ISBN13 9782067129894
Reviews - What do customers think about Michelin Las Vegas 2008 (Michelin Guide Las Vegas)?
Dont' waste your money on this guide Apr 7, 2008
This Michelin guide to Las Vegas is the worst guide of any city I have ever bought. I have a complete collection of more than 50 Michelin guides, mostly of european countries and cities and they are great, very detailed with precise indications and a through research.
This guide is nothing like those. It is very thin, for every hotel there's just a little paragraph and a photo, same thing for restaurants. This is a complete waste of money.
How can you describe all the amenities of monster hotels like the MGM Grand, the Bellagio or the venetian in 10 lines? They don't even compare room amenities or features of each hotel.
Same thing goes for the restaurants, the european guides tell you which are the best entrees and specialities for each restaurant, in this guide you will find a simple picture and a very brief description.
I own some 6 guides to Las Vegas and this one by far is the most useless of them all. It's a simple (and very incomplete) listing of the major hotels and restaurants with no worthy information.
If you are like me and trust the Michelin guides, be prepared for a surprise with this one, better yet, dont waste your money and buy the Fodors guide or the Unofficial Guide to Las Vegas.
Makes Vegas even more fun Feb 18, 2008
Las Vegas is a city known for indulgence. While I had found some great places to eat, it has been difficult. The Michelin Las Vegas Red Guide does a great job of uncovering some amazing places to eat. I really appreciate that while many of the best places are on the strip, that there are many great finds off the strip. Looking forward to trying them all.