Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower is a multi-faceted destination at the far north end of the Strip offering a hotel, casino, shops, shows, dining and thrill rides. At 1,149 feet, Stratosphere has the tallest freestanding observation tower in the country. Enter the Stratosphere at Las Vegas Blvd. and Baltimore Ave. via an airport shuttle or taxi. Free parking is available for guests as well. Check in to any of the 2,427 rooms and suites throughout the hotel’s 24 floors. A Stratosphere Select room features two queen beds, stunning views, and a work space, TV and lounge chair. The bathroom boasts a wide vanity, Eco Fresh Naturals toiletries, and a standard bathtub and shower. Here’s a sneak peek of the sink, towels, soap and tissues. Stratosphere’s 80,000 square-foot casino features slots, table games, and a race and sports book. Find more than 1,200 slot and video poker games. Find the circular C Bar in the casino, open 24 hours a day, where you can find drink specials, live DJs and video poker. Find McCall’s Heartland Grill just outside the casino offering steak and seafood from chef Rick Giffen. Stratosphere Hotel guests can free admission to the observation tower and can view the Strip from inside with air conditioning. (Visitors can purchase passes at the entrance). A glimpse of the view over Vegas from the outdoor observation deck. On the 108th floor of the Stratosphere Tower, AirBar holds the title of “the highest bar in Vegas.” Sip with panoramic views 800 feet above the Strip. One floor below, Level 107 Lounge offers bottle service and live DJs with prime panoramic views. Grab a window booth for stunning views over the city. Find fine dining from chef Rick Giffen at Top of the World Restaurant on the 106th floor. Top of the World Restaurant boasts 360-degree views and completes a revolution every 80 minutes. A 10 oz. center cut filet is served with red wine and mushroom sauce. Find Roasted Scottish Salmon with Coriander Crust on the seafood menu. For pasta, try the Fettuccine Seafood Alfredo with lobster, prawns and scallops. Open 24 hours a day, Roxy’s Diner will transport you back to the 1950s with singing and dancing servers and American fare, including signature burgers and eggs. The Tower offers thrill seekers four opportunities to hurl themselves off the top. X-Scream propels riders over the edge of the tower a couple of times. You must be this insane to ride Insanity, one of the Stratosphere’s thrill rides. Big Shot shoots brave visitors 160 feet in the air at 45 mph. The latest addition to the Stratosphere is Sky Jump, which is a controlled free fall from 855-feet. Nikki takes a snapshot of the view before her Tower Jump. Stratosphere’s 15,000 square-foot Level 8 Pool offers relaxation and family fun during pool season. Level 8 Pool hosts a bar and cafe, in addition to cabanas with privacy, TV, a fan and food service. On the second floor, Tower Shops hosts 30 retail locations from gifts and souvenirs to clothing stores and fast food joints. Find a momento to mark your experience, whether you jumped from the top of the tower or hit the jackpot in the casino, in the gift shop. Claire Sinclair, Playboy’s 2011 Playmate of the Year, shows a little skin nightly alongside her sultry dancers at ‘PIN UP’. The high-energy, highly entertaining slice of cheesecake successfully seeks to revive the calendar cutie tradition of the 1940s through early 1960s. Couples can wed at Stratosphere’s Chapel in the Clouds. Choose from four venues for wedding ceremonies and three for receptions. Have your reception in the elegant Renaissance Room on the 103rd floor. The observation deck offers dazzling views of the Strip at night.