I've gone to the Bellagio to write and take pictures, but mostly just to people watch and think. It's nice to go from a city that mostly smells like smoke into a fresh garden. And it's an adventure to see what they are going to do next. They have new statues and new flower arrangements and sometimes birds and butterflies and it makes the Bellagio gardens one of my favorite places in the world. Then once you've walked through the gardens you get to go watch the fountains and if you stand close enough, feel the spray of water on your face.
I'm not much for night life--in fact, I'd much rather sit at home with a good movie or book--which might appear to make Las Vegas a weird fit. But I love being able to take a quick drive onto the strip when I feel so inclined, and take it in.
And then maybe use it in my next novel.