Comfort Inn & Suites Las Vegas - Nellis
4375 E. Craig Road
Las Vegas, NV 89115
Phone: (702) 982-6700
Fax: (702) 982-6701
Paiute Tribal Smoke Shop & Cigar Shoppe, is regarded as a local favorite. It has a vast collection of tobacco and tobacco related products including 117 types of cigarettes, a walk in humidor for cigars and a drive through window. They also have pipes. The prices are quite low and affordable.
Pioneer Loan and Jewelry is the oldest pawn shop in Las Vegas. It has been operating since 1935. If you are looking for some odds and ends than you will find here Barbie dolls, Rolex watches, clarinets, old jewelry, diamond rings etc. They also offer loans at 10% rate of interest. Loans are offered on gold, diamonds and some selected electronic items. This pawn shop has been voted as the Best of Las Vegas of three years in succession.
This locally owned toy store sells vintage and new toys. Adults will have fun reminiscing about toys from their childhood, and kids will hardly be able to contain themselves among such awesome toys. NES video games, Thunder Cats figurines, and vintage Transformers share the space with new Iron Man figurines and collectible toys. The store has been featured on the show Pawn Stars, so keep an eye out for famous faces while you're here!
Supernova Comics, located on Fremont Street, is a must-visit for comic lovers in the Valley. Their unrivaled selection of classics, latest books and rare publications are updated occasionally. Head to this store and add to your personal comic collection.
Take an old hospital, throw in a few boutiques, galleries, production companies, a yoga studio and a coffee shop, and what do you get? You get Emergency Arts. Described as a creative collective, Emergency Arts is located in what used to be the Fremont Medical Building on Fremont Street. Patrons of Emergency Arts have described it as funky, quirky, offbeat, and just plain fun. There is nowhere else in Las Vegas where you can get your hair done, grab a bite to eat, browse art by local talent, shop for vinyl records, listen to poetry and take a yoga class all in one place. -Amy Tjaden
The Container Park is a gigantic shopping complex created using abandoned shipping containers, hence the name. These shipping containers are an address to eclectic shops selling local merchandise, souvenirs and more, and their creative layout simply leaves you in awe. There are also many restaurants that call these quaint containers home, some of the examples being CupKates, Bin 702 Wine Bar, Sweet Spot and more. Apart from shopping, what makes this place unique are the various exhibits of massive sculptures that line the park, one such attraction is the giant, fire-emitting Mantis which was again created using recycled materials. The Container Park also has a wonderful tree house which is a fancy of many children, and the park's open ground is used as a venue for live musical performances. This is without a doubt a must-visit attraction when in the city.
Las Vegas is known to be a city where the party never stops. Downtown Las Vegas is full of swanky hotels, casinos, nightclubs, bars, skyscrapers, and a number of famous tourist attractions and landmarks. Downtown is known as a Central Business District with many commercial offices and firms. The Fremont Street Experience is number one attraction with a string of local casinos, nightly shows with more than 2 million lights, special events and live concerts all providing the ultimate entertainment experience. Downtown Las Vegas has also been a favorite television and film locale with a number of productions like Diamonds Are Forever and Honey I Blew Up The Kid having been shot here.
Take a walk to the end of the Fremont Street Experience to the rainbow of light and color found at Neonopolis. This area is constantly growing and changing so wait no longer to discover what's new here at Neonopolis.
The Pawn Shop was started by Richard "Old Man" Harrison in 1989. It is a place where people come to sell artifacts of apparent historical significance and patrons can buy them. It is a great place to stroll and look around. Because of the national television popularity the place has a long line but it is worth a visit. And if you are lucky you might catch the four pawn heroes right in action!
El Portal, Theater opened in 1928 and was Las Vegas' foremost movie theater and many times the only one in Downtown Las Vegas. The structure on the exterior is made in the typical Spanish hacienda style and the interior supported by high lofty beams. It was gutted in the 1940s and today holds an Indian Arts & Crafts shop. A gift shop with traditional local artifacts.
The world's oldest bookstore devoted to gambling, if you are in need of pointers, want to know the rules of the game or want gambling history lessons, this is the place to come. Videos, audiotapes, books, magazines and software about gambling and casino games are all available here. A full catalog is also available for mail order before your visit to the Las Vegas casinos. Come where casino dealers and management have shopped since 1964 and learn the tools of the trade.
This place calls itself the "World's Largest Gambling Superstore." Everything for the serious collector or the casual at-home player can be found here. Slot machines, both antique and contemporary, are a large part of the inventory. The classic machines carry a price tag of USD3,000-5,000 . It's also fun to peruse the stock of obsolete gaming chips from casinos all over the world. The staff can make personalized chips for your Saturday night poker game. Gambling books are also plentiful. If it pertains to gaming, this store has it.