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  • June 16, 2023

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Family trips can be as exhausting as they are exciting. It’s such a special way to bond with your family but it can also be draining to wrangle the whole crew. Luckily, Expedia wants to solve that with their brand-new Expedia Family Traveler Hub.

The goal of the Hub is to help travelers plan visits to family-friendly destinations with minimal stress. So what exactly is the Expedia Family Traveler Hub?

Destination planning

The Hub is a free travel planning tool that suggests kid-friendly destinations and activities. Within the Hub, you can search for travel destinations based on themes like active adventurers, animal fans, kids who want to see the city, and more. There are a few international and domestic itineraries for each theme and based on whether you fly, drive, or pack for a cruise. 

Important documents and resources

The portal also helps parents ensure they have the necessary travel documents for their kids, including step-by-step guides on things like getting a child’s passport. You’ll also find things like downloadable travel activity books for your kids to help spark their curiosity and creativity during their travels or downtime in the hotel room.

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Expedia is also using ChatGPT to help with your family planning. They implemented the technology to help you quickly find personalized suggestions and bookmark travel options as you research. Your next family trip could be a breeze. Explore the rest of Expedia’s new family travel hub here .

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New Expedia Family Traveler Hub helps with planning trips

The free planner can reduce some of the stress of preparing to visit a family-friendly destination

Family trips are exciting opportunities to let children build memories through travel. However, planning family travel can be more complex than an adult-only trip as you must bring more travel gear and spend more time preparing.

Key takeaways

  • The portal suggests kid-friendly destinations and activities;
  • There are also resources to help parents get the necessary travel documents for their children to embark on the excursion;
  • Kids can access a downloadable travel activity book that can spark their imagination and creativity during travel or during downtime in the hotel room.

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Expedia Teams Up With DNA Site to Help Travelers Plan Trips Based on Their Heritage

The travel booking giant and MyHeritage just launched a new trip planning hub.

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The main draw of a heritage trip is the chance it offers to experience the same sights, sounds, and tastes as your ancestors. But for many of us without a tangible family tree, piecing together an accurate itinerary can be challenging. Expedia has teamed up with MyHeritage , one of the world's largest DNA databases, to solve that problem.

In 2021, the two companies launched the Heritage Travel Hub , an interactive way for travelers to plan vacations in top destinations based on their family roots.

Visitors to the hub can order a MyHeritage DNA test (if they haven't already), build their family tree, and get tips on how to build the best itinerary for their heritage trip.

Those looking for extra inspiration can read personal accounts of genealogy enthusiasts who have traveled to trace the paths of their great-great-great-grandparents. And once you're ready to book, you can create an itinerary filled with historical places, cultural landmarks, and culinary experiences suggested to you based on your ancestry.

So far, the hub focuses on 10 destinations: the U.K., Ireland, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Sweden, the Netherlands, Denmark, and Norway. According to MyHeritage data, these are the most popular countries to pop up in gene pools for the majority of Americans and Canadians.

With family travel trending, the move comes at a good time. This holiday season, roughly 65% of parents with children under age five plan to travel, compared to 42% of non-parents, according to Vacasa's 2021 Holiday Forecast and Winter Travel Trends report.

"Taking a trip to explore your roots can be a transformative experience," Aviram Levi, chief marketing officer of MyHeritage, said in a press release . "It creates an opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of your ancestors and gain a better understanding of who you are and where you come from. The legacy we inherited from our ancestors forms the basis of who we are, and we hope that our partnership with Expedia will enable people to visit the places their ancestors lived and forge a deeper connection to that legacy."

Julia Eskins is a Toronto-based writer and editor who covers travel, design, arts and culture, wellness, and the outdoors. Find her on Instagram and Twitter .

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Las Vegas with Kids – Vacation Guide for Families

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The Best of Family Friendly Las Vegas

Las Vegas is not a difficult place to vacation as a family. Although the city is mainly geared toward adults, Las Vegas still offers up plenty for those visiting with their kids in tow. We have put together a guide of family friendly attractions, restaurants, hotels, shows, hotel pools as well as some family travel tips to help you plan that perfect Las Vegas family vacation. This Las Vegas with Kids Guide is sectioned off into categories, which highlight some of our top choices as well as a link to our articles with the full list, more details and links.

Jump To: | Family Activities | Family Restaurants | Family Hotels | Family Pools | Family Shows | Bucket List | Free Things To Do | Family Travel Tips |

Las Vegas Family Activities

Although Las Vegas is known mainly as an adult playground, it has also done a fantastic job in mixing in an amazing array of fun and kid friendly activities all around the city. With so many great sights, attractions and entertainment choices available every day a family should have no problems filling their vacation itineraries chock full of fun. Las Vegas has to be one of the top cities for families to have so many kid friendly attractions to choose from in one area, that it makes for a wonderful choice for your next family getaway. Below are a few of our favorite family activities that we recommend during your vacation, along with a link to our complete list of things to do with kids in Las Vegas .

Adventuredome Theme Park

Adventuredome Theme Park This indoor theme park is located at Circus Circus and has plenty of games and rides for kids (and adults) of all ages. The rides range from mild family rides, thrill rides and all the way up to large roller coasters. Pluses for families is that admission is free, so those that just want to watch their kids don’t have to pay for the privilege as well as being indoors makes the weather irrelevant.

Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour

Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour Taking a helicopter tour into the Grand Canyon is definitely a bucket list activity for the family. Sundance Helicopters starts you off by taking off from the McCarran airport, flying over the Hoover Dam, Mojave Desert, Lake Mead and then following the Colorado River into the Grand Canyon where you land for a picnic. Buzz down the Strip before returning to the airport. One amazing experience!

Wet 'n' Wild Las Vegas

Wet ‘n’ Wild Las Vegas Heading to the water park on a hot Vegas day might make for the perfect family fun day. This 20 acre water park is a short drive from the Strip and has over 25 slides and attractions. For the littlest ones there is Kiddie Cove, for families there is Paradise Falls with a lazy river, wave pool and kid friendly slides. Older kids and adults can enjoy the many thrill slides throughout the park.

Red Rock Canyon in Las Vegas

Red Rock Canyon West of the Las Vegas Strip is the beautiful 13-mile scenic loop of Red Rock Canyon. On your drive through the one-way scenic loop there are plenty of places to stop along the way and do some rock climbing, hiking, picture taking and exploring. A fun family adventure.

SlotZilla Zipline over Downtown Las vegas

SlotZilla Zipline and Zoomline How about taking a zipline through the Fremont Street Experience over Downtown Las Vegas. SlotZilla offers two different experiences – Zipline half way down in a seated position or fly in a prone position at 40 MPH over the entire Fremont Street.

Kids at Vegas Indoor Skydiving

Vegas Indoor Skydiving While jumping out of a plane with your child should not be on your things to do list, taking them to go indoor skydiving should be. Just minutes from the Strip, Vegas Indoor Skydiving teaches you how to float in the air in their vertical wind tunnel with 120 mph winds.

See our complete list of the Best Things to Do with Kids in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Family Restaurants

Gone are the days of the .99¢ shrimp cocktails, budget buffets and 1/2 pound hot dogs. Las Vegas has transformed itself into one of the culinary capitals of the world and now offers tourists with so many quality dining choices both on and off the Las Vegas Strip. We put a list of Las Vegas family restaurant recommendations that offer up great food and a kid friendly atmosphere that both kids and adults will love. Below are a few of our favorite family restaurants along with a link to our complete list. Bon Appétit!

Rollin Smoke Barbeque Las Vegas BBQ Meat Platter

Rollin Smoke Barbeque This casual down-home restaurant, minutes from the Strip, serves up the best southern BBQ in the city. Rollin Smoke Barbeque hickory smokes their meats slow and low to give you that fall-off-the-bone deliciousness.

Filet Mignon from Texas de Brazil

Texas de Brazil An all-you-can-eat Brazilian steakhouse with an assortment of 16 slow-roasted and perfectly seasoned cuts of beef, lamb, pork and chicken. A great 50+ item salad bar, delicious side dishes and desserts top off this wonderful family meal.

Shake Shack Las Vegas Burgers and Fries

Shake Shack With a fun and lively atmosphere, delicious burgers topped with their ShackSauce, shakes for the kids, beer or wine for the adults and a great location on the Vegas Strip – It’s easy to see why the Shake Shack is a top burger destination.

Giordano's Stuffed Deep Dish Pizza

Giordano’s This famous Chicago pizzeria located at the Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s is well known for their stuffed deep dish pizzas. Their pizzas have a thick crust that is layered with mozzarella cheese, pizza sauce with chunks of tomatoes and your choice of ingredients. Gooey Perfection!

Gordon Ramsay BurGR's Fish & Crisp Sandwich

Gordon Ramsay BurGR Taking the traditional burger and adding Chef Ramsay’s gourmet touches is what makes BurGR a uniquely wonderful dining experience for the family. Juicy open flame grilled gourmet burgers, crispy hand-cut fries and other specialties make this restaurant a must.

Corned Beef Sandwich from Hash House A Go Go

Hash House A Go Go This restaurant specializes in dishing out tasty comfort food that has their own special twists added in and they use farm fresh ingredients to boot. With various Las Vegas locations, both on and off the strip, they got you covered for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

See our complete list of the Best Family Restaurants in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Family Hotels

Las Vegas has the most hotel rooms (over 150K) of any U.S. city, so finding the perfect one for your family can be quite the task. With so many different types of hotels to choose from, a family has many choices as to which hotel meets its needs for their vacation. Some families opt for regular rooms in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip to stay within walking distance to the many attractions and restaurants while others might venture out a bit further to get more family amenities at their hotel. Depending on what type of vacation your family is looking for while in Vegas, different hotels will suit you better than others. Below are a few of our hotel recommendations for families along with a link to our complete list of the best family friendly hotels.

Tahiti Village Resort Beach Pool

Tahiti Village Resort This wonderful resort is a couple miles south of the Las Vegas Strip. With one of the best family pool areas in Vegas, apartment like rooms with kitchens and bedrooms, close proximity to the Strip, outlet malls and many restaurants, Tahiti Village is one of the best places for a family to stay at while in Las Vegas.

The Mirage Hotel Volcano Show

Mirage Hotel and Casino One of the best and most beautiful hotels on the Las Vegas Strip, the Mirage also offers plenty of free family fun . With a 20,000-gallon aquarium, a beautiful tropical rain forest indoor atrium, the spectacular volcano show out front and a great location in the heart of the Strip, the Mirage has a lot to offer a family in Vegas.

South Point Hotel and Pool

South Point Hotel This family friendly hotel is a few miles south of the Strip and has something for everyone. The South Point Hotel’s kid friendly activities include a 64 lane bowling center, a 16-screen movie theater, a fun arcade and a great swimming pool area. Parents can also enjoy the casino, the Costa del Sur Spa, and the great comedians that frequent the Showroom.

See our complete list of the Best Family Hotels in Las Vegas

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Las Vegas Family Pools

One thing that is a must during the hot Nevada desert days is having a great kid friendly pool at your resort or hotel. Las Vegas has plenty of world class pools, but a lot of them are not geared towards the family. Between pool bars, swim-up blackjack, pool parties with DJs and just plain rambunctious crowds, not all pools are where you want your kids to spend the day splashing around. Our list of family pools have kid friendly features like lazy rivers, wave pools, waterslides, waterfalls and many other amenities. These are the swimming pools built with the family in mind and will have you and kids enjoying a fun afternoon in the sun and water.

The Tank swimming pool at the Golden Nugget

Golden Nugget This Downtown Las Vegas hotel is home to The Tank which is a 200,000 gallon shark tank at the center of the swimming pool. Brave guests can go through the center of the shark tank on an enclosed three story water slide.

Tahitian Themed Lazy River at Tahiti Village Resort

Tahiti Village Resort This resort has one of the best family pool areas in all of Las Vegas. The Tahitian themed resort’s main pool has a beautiful sand beach entry and a separate 1/8 mile lazy river has waterfalls, water spouts and free lazy river tubes.

Mandalay Bay Beach

Mandalay Bay This huge pool complex has something fun for all ages. Families will love the real sand beach area that fronts the huge Wave Pool, the 1/4 mile lazy river as well as two lagoon pools. Adults will like the beachside casino and the Jacuzzi spas.

See our complete list of the Best Family Pools in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Family Shows

If your kids are old enough, your family should take in a show during your Las Vegas vacation. In the “Entertainment Capital of the World,” there are tons of top-notch options, but not all of them will be suitable for the kids. Our list of family friendly shows give you some great options that both kids and adults alike will love. Be sure to check the age minimum and we recommend booking your tickets ahead of time and taking in the earlier shows.

Planche routine from Mystere by Cirque du Soleil

Mystère by Cirque du Soleil For over 20 years, Mystère has entertained Las Vegas audiences with its mixture of visual beauty, acrobatics, dance, suspense, comedy, music and its various circus acts. This wonderful show is like an energetic and beautiful fantasy brought to life.

Jabbawockeez JREAMZ show in Las Vegas

Jabbawockeez JREAMZ The Jabbawockeez are one of the most influential dance crews in the world and their unique and energetic style is on display with their new Las Vegas show, JREAMZ. The white masked crew show off their creative choreographed dance moves with beautiful visuals and great music.

Blue Man Group Performance in Las Vegas

Blue Man Group This fun and imaginative show has been entertaining crowds since 2000. The Blue Man Group consists of a variety of acts ranging from playing their uniquely invented percussion instruments to interacting with their otherworldly objects and the audience.

See our complete list of the Best Las Vegas Shows for Kids and Family

Las Vegas Bucket List

With so many unique and fun things to do in and around Las Vegas, putting together a bucket list shouldn’t be that difficult for anyone. To make it even easier for you to make your own list, we have put together a comprehensive bucket list of activities, experiences and sights that range from pretty extreme to mild and everything in between. With years of firsthand experience of Las Vegas activities, our list is sure to help you find your next bucket list item.

Aerobatic Stunt Plane Flight in Las Vegas

Fly and Ride an Aerobatic Stunt Plane Probably the most extreme bucket list item on our list is Sky Combat Ace , which gives you the opportunity to ride in and fly one of their aerobatic stunt planes that goes up to 250MPH and will be pulling some major G’s. Fighter pilot, stunt pilot or both?

Off-Road Truck Racing

Off-Road Truck Racing Another adrenaline rush bucket list item is the off-road race course at Speed Vegas. This unique driving experience has you racing a Baja race truck around a 1.4 mile off-road stadium track that has 8 high jumps, drifting turns, 40 degree banks and a 60′ tabletop jump.

Valley Of Fire State Park in Nevada

Hiking In The Valley Of Fire This state park has some of the most scenic hiking areas in the Mojave Desert. The park features red sandstone formations that formed millions of years ago and has must-see formations like the Arch Rock, Balanced Rock and Piano Rock.

Dune Buggy in Las Vegas Desert

Dune Buggy Through the Desert The Las Vegas desert is a perfect place to strap into your own dune buggy and have at it. Our chase run had us speeding over dunes, gravel and creek beds, heading sideways up the hills, sliding and drifting through turns and so much more fun.

Flightlinez Bootleg Canyon Zipline Run 2

Zipline Through The Desert In the hills of Bootleg Canyon, thrill seekers can hike the hills and zipline through four separate zipline runs that cover 1 1/2 miles that will have them soaring high above the Mojave Desert. See our GoPro video of our zipline runs at Flightlinez Bootleg Canyon .

Hoover Dam Tour

Tour The Hoover Dam This landmark is a marvel of engineering that will leave you in awe as you stand on the observation deck and take in the 360-degree views of the Colorado River and Lake Mead. The view from a raft on the Colorado River is equally as impressive.

See the complete list of activities on our Ultimate Las Vegas Bucket List

Free Things To Do in Las Vegas

Las Vegas has an abundant amount of activities, attractions, tours and entertainment for tourists to enjoy. When planning out your itinerary, you should be adding in some top notch activities and attractions, but that comes at a cost. Throwing in some free activities and attractions onto your schedule can help your travel budget without sacrificing your fun factor. We put together an extensive list of the best free things to do in Las Vegas to help you better plan your vacation.

Viva Vision Light Show in Downtown Las Vegas

Viva Vision Light Show One of the best free attractions in Downtown Las Vegas is the Viva Vision light show. The 1,500 foot long video screen transforms Fremont Street into an amazing music and light show for all of the visitors to enjoy.

Magical Technical Tour of LOVE by Cirque du Soleil

Magical Technical Tour of LOVE Once a week, Cirque du Soleil invites anyone to go and take their Magical Technical Tour. This behind-the-scenes tour of the Beatles Love show is a half hour insider’s look at what goes on behind the scenes of the musical.

Volcano Show at the Mirage

Volcano Show at the Mirage One of the best free attractions on the Las Vegas Strip is the volcano show at the Mirage. At night, the massive volcano comes to life spewing fire into the air and across the lagoon with thunderous sound effects and music.

See the complete list of Free Things To Do in Las Vegas

Las Vegas with Kids Travel Tips

  • Las Vegas with kids can get expensive, so make sure to take advantage of the many free kid friendly attractions that the city has to offer. Schedule in a free attraction here and there and your day will be packed with fun without spending too much.
  • Avoid the busiest times of the year which include holidays and major events – conventions (International CES, SEMA Show, NAB Show, Rodeo Finals) – that pack the strip and drive up the prices.
  • If you vacation during the hottest times of the year in Las Vegas, make sure to drink plenty of water, avoid too many outdoor activities on the same day and plan some family time at a kid friendly pool. See our list of the Best Family Pools in Las Vegas .
  • Staying at a resort on the Las Vegas Strip puts your family in the heart of the action, but many hotels outside of the strip might offer more family friendly amenities (bowling, movie theaters and arcades), better room rates, rooms with kitchens or multiple bedrooms, a calmer atmosphere and less traffic.
  • Venture off the Las Vegas Strip once in a while to experience all the family friendly activities, shopping and restaurants that Las Vegas has to offer. Some of our favorite activities and restaurants are not on the strip.
  • With the large number of attractions, sights and entertainment choices available for families, it can be easy to schedule in too much each day. Make sure not to pack your itinerary with so many activities that the kids will be worn out by the afternoon.

We hope our Las Vegas with Kids travel guide and travel tips helps you plan a perfect getaway for you and the kids. As you can see there is plenty to see and do in Las Vegas, so check back here as we will keep all our family friendly lists up to date with all that Vegas has to offer. If you have any questions or know of any suggestions, please feel free to contact us or leave a comment.

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About Joe Filipowicz

Joe has had a lifelong passion for finding fun and exciting things to do, good restaurants and places to stay while traveling with his family and friends. Since it takes a lot of research and exploration to find these family friendly places, Joe started this website to share his findings with others to make it easier for them to plan their next getaway. Joe lives in Los Angeles but has also spent a lot of time in Las Vegas and Cancun. He has been visiting Las Vegas since he was a kid, so for over 35 years, and visits multiple times a year to enjoy everything it has to offer. Cancun has been his favorite vacation destination for the past decade, and he tries to take his family there once a year.

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I visited Vegas in January 2014 for 10 days with my husband and two children 16 and 14 at the time. We stayed at the MGM and found this a beautiful and very convenient place to stay on the strip with everything in reach. We will be visiting Vegas again in September 2017 but this time with another couple who have children. So there will be a 20 year old, 18, 15 and 11 year old travelling with us. We would like to try another hotel to sample something different but are unsure whether the MGM is the better choice or is there something else we can try that is just as nice.

If you want to stay on the Las Vegas Strip at a hotel that is kid friendly and in a great location, I would recommend staying at the Mirage Hotel and Casino. The Mirage has a beautiful pool that is open and heated all year long, a 20,000-gallon saltwater aquarium, a beautiful indoor atrium, the amazing volcano eruptions, and The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil show. In addition to all the Mirage has to offer on its property, its great location puts you in walking distance to attractions like the Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden & Dolphin Habitat, the Fashion Show Mall, the Venetian gondola rides, Madame Tussauds, the High Roller observation wheel, the Forum Shops at Caesars and the Flamingo Hotel’s Wildlife Habitat. Dining in the area is plentiful as well and you could walk to some great family restaurants like the Bacchanal Buffet, Bouchon, Hash House A Go Go and Grimaldi’s Pizzeria among many others. I hope this helps and feel free to ask any other questions.

What hotel do you recommend for a stay in Las Vegas in late March for about 4 nights with children age 10 and 16?

If you are okay with being off the strip, I would go with the Tahiti Village Resort or the South Point Hotel. Tahiti Village is closer to the strip, has one and two bedroom options and has fantastic pools. The South Point is further away from the strip, but offers a bowling center, an arcade, a 16 screen movie complex and a nice kid friendly pool.

If you want to stay on the Las Vegas Strip and be in the heart of the action, The Mirage is a great choice. The hotel is beautiful and has a volcano show out front, a saltwater aquarium, a rainforest atrium, tropical pools and one of our favorite Cirque du Soleil shows. With so many attractions, restaurants and sights to see close by, the hotel is a good choice for a family that wants to wander around Las Vegas.

I hope this helps. Feel free to ask any other questions if you need help planning you family vacation.

If we stay at the Tahiti Village, do we need a car to get to the main part of the strip? Is there a quick & easy bus, etc? Also, any other places with condo/bedroom style rooms?

Yes, from Tahiti Village you would need a car or take a bus to get to the main part of the Las Vegas Strip. They do have two buses – The Strip & Downtown Express (SDX) that runs from 9 a.m. to midnight and The Deuce on the Strip that runs 24-hours a day that run from the south part of the strip all the way up to the Fremont Street Experience in Downtown Las Vegas. The Deuce on the Strip has more stops, but won’t get you all the way south near the hotel, so use the Strip & Downtown Express (SDX). The Deuce bus is better once you get on the strip and want to jump around as it makes more stops than the SDX bus. There will be walk of about 10 minutes from your hotel to the bus stop. You can get a 24 hour bus pass for $8. If you want to rent a car, please keep in mind that the hotels on the strip are now charging for parking, which makes it very difficult to hop around the strip without paying a big price or walking everywhere. As far as other places with condo/bedroom style rooms, the Wyndham Grand Desert has 1 and 2 bedroom rooms and is only a 15 minute walk from the strip. Hope this helps.

Do Hotels allow you to use their pool even though your not a guest? My child is 20 months.

Most of the hotels do not allow you to use their pool if you are not a guest of the hotel. A few places sell pool party passes, but that is not what you would be looking for with kids.

What would be an appropriate hotel for kids bw the ages of 10-15 during the pool party season. Our kids have a cheer competition in May where we have been told that that it’s when the pool parties begin.

If you are okay with staying off the Las Vegas Strip, I would recommend Tahiti Village Resort. It has one of the best kid friendly pools in all of Vegas, is away from all of the partying, is a quick drive to the strip and the rooms are like small apartments with kitchenette/kitchens.

We are thinking of going to Vegas next April (2018). Do you think Vegas is okay for a 7 year old? I have read that there is plenty to do but some people have suggested walking down the strip is not ideal for young children. Also, which hotel would you recommend? I have read that the Mandalay Bay is a good option for kids but I see you have suggested The Mirage to a few people. Thanks.

I do think Las Vegas is okay for a family with a 7 year old, but it all depends on when and where you go during your visit. Walking along the Strip or Fremont Street during the day as opposed to the night is a different experience all together – with the morning to early evening being the most appropriate times to walk the along the Strip. There are spots along the Strip that should not be missed, but most of the Strip is now just to a walkway to get from point A to point B and you wouldn’t want to walk the long strip with younger kids anyway. Pick out the spots of interest that you want to visit along the Las Vegas Strip and plan visits to a few that are in close proximity to each other. Most families with younger kids are usually out and about during the day anyway and that is the best time to go out and explore Vegas with kids. There are plenty of family friendly activities off the strip as well, so take a look at our Ultimate Las Vegas Bucket List that has activities listed by location. Some family activities that I think would be fun to do with younger kids: Hike and Climb At Red Rock Canyon, Hiking In The Valley Of Fire, Wet ‘n’ Wild Las Vegas, Indoor Skydiving, Pinball Hall of Fame, Aquariums (Silverton and Mandalay Bay), Adventuredome theme park, The Bellagio Conservatory, Container Park’s Treehouse Playground and see a family friendly Las Vegas Show .

As far as hotels go, it depends on your wants and needs for lodging. Mandalay Bay and The Mirage are both great hotels to stay at and both have family friendly pools and activities. If you want to be at the heart of the Strip, I would go with the Mirage and if you like a little less activity, Mandalay Bay is at the bottom of the strip and gives you quicker access to off-strip activities. If you are open to staying off the strip, there are a few great family friendly hotels to stay at that will give you a bit more room and amenities. We love the Tahiti Village Resort because of its one and two bedroom rooms with kitchens, its amazing pools and its location that is a short drive to the strip. I hope that helps. Feel free to email me if you have any other questions or need help planning out your Las Vegas vacation.

I saw on TV that families could view a rehearsal of Mystere for free for children. Now I cannot find anything about this. We are going to the strip with two granddaughters that would love this, but are too young for the entire show (which we did last year with their older sisters). Can you provide any information on this? Thank you.

Hi! We’re planning on taking our 4 kids ages 3-6-9-11 Not sure if we should book at MGM OR MANDALAY BAY What do you recommend and what’s your best advice for traveling with so many children? THANKYOU!!!!!!

Staying at the MGM will have you walking distance to a couple of kid friendly activities and restaurants on the Strip. Mandalay Bay is on the south end of the Strip with fewer things within walking distance, but does have a slight advantage when staying put in the hotel. Both resorts have great family friendly pools , but we think Mandalay Bay might get the nod there as well. If hoping in a car or taxi to explore Las Vegas is not a big deal, we think Mandalay Bay might be a better fit for your family.

Taking into account the kids ages, here are a few things we recommend seeing and doing when in town with your kids: Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay, Conservatory & Botanical Gardens at the Bellagio, Mirage Hotel’s Volcano Show, Aquarium and Atrium, the Wildlife Habitat at the Flamingo Hotel, Circus Acts and Carnival Midway at Circus Circus, the Bellagio’s fountain show, Adventuredome theme park at Circus Circus, Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at the Mirage hotel, Container Park’s Treehouse Playground, Silverton Hotel’s Aquarium, get a family picture at the Las Vegas Welcome Sign and Wet ‘n’ Wild water park. These family activities in Las Vegas were pulled from our Things to Do with Kids in Las Vegas article.

Here are some tips for visiting Las Vegas with the kids: With all of the free kid friendly activities the city offers, families can fill up their itinerary for very little out of pocket expenses – so take advantage of those as they are not only free but some of the best fun that can be had in Vegas for family. Make sure to space out your activities so that you don’t exhaust the kids too quickly. Plan your activities in close proximity to each other so you are not running all around town on the same day. There is a lot of fun off the Las Vegas Strip as well.

Yes, Mystère by Cirque du Soleil does offer a free viewing of a 30 minute rehearsal that is open to all ages. It currently takes place on Mondays at 4:00 p.m. at the Mystere Theatre in the Treasure Island Hotel.

I’m heading to Vegas this July with my 12yr old son for a basketball tournament at the convention center. It’s during the week and his first time in Vegas. Any recommendations on where to stay. Looking for pool, shows, access to convention by tram or taxi

Taking in your need to get to the convention center by tram, I would recommend staying at the Mirage or Bellagio resorts. They are both across the street from the Las Vegas Monorail stops that go to the Las Vegas Convention Center, are family friendly hotels and have great locations on the Strip.

Do any of the hotels have game systems like PS4 or XBox in the rooms for kids to use?

I don’t believe that any of the hotel rooms have these gaming consoles in the rooms. The Aria does however have a Game Room featuring gaming stations that are equipped with 50” televisions, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One with various games.

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What is One Key?

What are the one key elite status levels and benefits, how do i earn onekeycash, how do i use onekeycash, the bottom line.

The Expedia Group revamped its loyalty program in 2023 to allow members to earn and redeem rewards across its three most popular brands. Members can now earn rewards and elite status by booking travel through Expedia, Hotels.com and Vrbo.

This simplified loyalty program rewards members 2% OneKeyCash for every dollar they spend and elite status based on every travel segment they book. Learn how the One Key loyalty program works, how to earn and redeem rewards and how to earn elite status.

One Key is the unified loyalty program for three brands under the Expedia Group umbrella. It launched in the U.S. in July 2023, and it will expand to other markets in 2024.

This travel loyalty program allows members to earn elite status and OneKeyCash across multiple platforms and redeem at any participating website. Membership is free, and you can sign up for One Key at any time.

Existing Expedia and Hotels.com rewards members are automatically converted to One Key rewards. Vrbo customers must accept the program's terms and conditions before they can start earning OneKeyCash.

This program is designed to compete with airline and hotel loyalty programs by making it easy for members to earn and redeem points, no matter where they're booking a reservation. It also eliminates the problem of having rewards spread across multiple programs yet not having enough to actually book an award reservation.

Elite status is earned based on the number of trip elements, rather than the number of miles flown, nights stayed or dollars spent. This simplified qualification process also makes it easy for the occasional traveler to earn elite status.

With One Key, they can capture all of their reservations under one umbrella rather than being spread across various airline, hotel, rental car and other travel programs.

Which websites participate in One Key rewards?

Previously, rewards programs for Expedia , Hotels.com and Vrbo operated independently of one another. Combining these three brands into one loyalty program allows travelers to quickly earn elite status and OneKeyCash that they can redeem at any of these three websites.

Expedia.com is an online travel agency where travelers can make reservations for flights, hotels, rental cars, activities and more.

Hotels.com offers deals and discounts on a wide variety of hotels, from budget-friendly properties to luxury resorts around the world.

Vrbo.com is an online marketplace for vacation rentals, home vacations and more. With the launch of One Key, Vrbo is the first major vacation rental platform with a loyalty program.

“By bringing together our three biggest travel brands into one program, travelers can easily earn rewards across our family of brands," Jon Gieselman, president of Expedia Brands, said in a press release. "So whether you fly, rent a car, stay at a hotel, or relax in a private vacation home, more travelers will have OneKeyCash in their ‘wallets’ to spend on their very next trip. It’s about making travel rewards simple for everyone."

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Under One Key, there are four levels of elite status, each with different types of benefits. All members qualify for One Key Blue status just for signing up. The remaining three elite status levels are earned based on the number of trip elements booked within a calendar year.

One Key Silver : Five trip elements.

One Key Gold : 15 trip elements.

One Key Platinum : 30 trip elements.

Trip elements are different parts of a trip that members book through participating websites. Qualifying trip elements can include flights, hotel room nights, vacation rental nights, one-day car rentals, round-trip ground transportation or an activity ticket. Trip elements must be at least $25 (excluding taxes and fees) to qualify for elite status.

For example, if you booked a three-day car rental and two nights in a hotel, that would be five trip elements. That single trip would qualify you for One Key Silver elite status.

Elite status qualification is based on calendar-year activity, and it resets on Jan. 1 each year.

“We designed One Key to reward every traveler — the road warriors, the frequent flyers, and the 83% of travelers who only take a few trips a year and never really benefit from other loyalty programs,” Gieselman said.

One Key Blue benefits

Everyone who joins One Key starts out with Blue status. These members receive the following benefits on eligible reservations:

Save 10% or more on over 100,000 hotels worldwide.

Earn and use OneKeyCash on eligible reservations booked on Expedia, Hotels.com and Vrbo.

Get access to free price tracking for flights on the Expedia app.

One Key Silver benefits

Silver is the first level of elite status you can earn based on your trip elements. With One Key Silver status, you'll receive all of the benefits of One Key Blue plus these additional perks:

Save 15% or more on over 10,000 hotels worldwide.

Earn 50% more OneKeyCash on stays at VIP Access properties on Expedia and Hotels.com.

Get access to priority traveler support.

Receive an extra perk, like food and beverage extras, when staying at select VIP Access properties.

One Key Gold benefits

Travelers who take longer trips or who book multiple vacations per year through One Key can reach Gold status rather easily. At this level, you'll receive the following benefits on top of your Silver status perks:

Save 20% or more on over 10,000 hotels worldwide.

Earn 2x more OneKeyCash on stays at VIP Access properties on Expedia and Hotels.com.

Receive complimentary room upgrades at VIP Access properties, when available.

Enjoy Price Drop Protection at no extra cost when booking eligible flights on the Expedia app.

One Key Platinum benefits

Platinum is the top level of the One Key loyalty program, so it offers the highest level of benefits. You'll receive all of the benefits of Gold status plus these perks:

Earn 3x more OneKeyCash on stays at VIP Access properties on Expedia and Hotels.com.

Get access to Platinum VIP support.

Receive up to $100 off hotels with a one-time 10% Expedia discount.

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All One Key members earn 2% rewards on every dollar they spend (excluding taxes and fees) on eligible bookings through Expedia, Hotels.com and Vrbo. Eligible bookings include hotels, vacation rentals, activities, packages, car rentals and cruises. Flights earn 0.2% OneKeyCash per dollar spent.

Unlike other loyalty programs, the person making the booking earns the OneKeyCash. Airline loyalty programs generally award miles to each traveler, while hotels often limit the number of rooms you can earn rewards on at a time. This allows you to earn free travel more quickly and prevents rewards from being orphaned into numerous accounts. Plus, you don't have to set up and monitor multiple loyalty programs for every member of your family.

You can earn OneKeyCash when using coupons or promotions to book your reservations. However, you won't earn rewards for portions paid with OneKeyCash or coupons.

Based on your One Key elite status, you can earn up to 3x the OneKeyCash rewards on every reservation. For hotel, rental car and other eligible reservations, members can earn up to 6% rewards.

OneKeyCash from "Pay Now" reservations are typically deposited within three days of completing your trip. Rewards from "Pay Later" and Vrbo reservations are usually confirmed 45 days after completion. However, in some instances, they may take up to 90 days.

To use your OneKeyCash to book travel, follow these simple steps.

Visit your preferred website — Expedia, Hotels.com or Vrbo.

Use the OneKeyCash filter to find eligible reservations.

Make your preferred flight, hotel or other reservation.

At the payment screen, choose "Pay Now."

During checkout, select "Apply OneKeyCash."

If there's a balance, pay the remainder using other forms of payment.

OneKeyCash cannot be redeemed for "Pay Later" reservations, packages or some vacation rentals.

Members can pay for some or all of their eligible hotel, vacation rental, car rentals and activities using OneKeyCash. However, to book a flight using OneKeyCash, you must have enough rewards to pay for the entire flight, including all taxes and fees.

Expedia launched the One Key loyalty program to allow travelers to earn and redeem rewards at three popular brands. Members can now earn elite status and rewards by booking trip elements at Expedia, Hotels.com and Vrbo.

All members earn 2% rewards on hotels, vacation rentals, cruises, rental cars and activities. With elite status, they can earn up to 6% rewards that don't expire as long as they book travel or redeem rewards every 18 months.

This loyalty program makes it simple for travelers to earn rewards and elite status benefits no matter which airline, hotel or other travel reservation they use.

Yes, all existing rewards from Expedia, Hotels.com and Vrbo converted to OneKeyCash. Expedia points converted to OneKeyCash at a rate of 1 cent per point. Hotels.com rewards nights equal the same value in OneKeyCash, and stamps collected convert at 10% of their value.

No, you cannot transfer your OneKeyCash to another person. However, you can use your rewards to book travel in someone else's name.

Your OneKeyCash rewards do not expire as long as you've made an eligible booking or redeemed rewards in the last 18 months. Promotional rewards may have different expiration dates and terms.

Expedia points convert to OneKeyCash at a rate of 1 cent per point. If you previously had 1,000 Expedia points, you now have $10 in OneKeyCash that can be used on any eligible reservation.

How to maximize your rewards

You want a travel credit card that prioritizes what’s important to you. Here are our picks for the best travel credit cards of 2024 , including those best for:

Flexibility, point transfers and a large bonus: Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card

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60,000 Earn 60,000 bonus points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. That's $750 when you redeem through Chase Travel℠.

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1.5%-6.5% Enjoy 6.5% cash back on travel purchased through Chase Travel; 4.5% cash back on drugstore purchases and dining at restaurants, including takeout and eligible delivery service, and 3% on all other purchases (on up to $20,000 spent in the first year). After your first year or $20,000 spent, enjoy 5% cash back on travel purchased through Chase Travel, 3% cash back on drugstore purchases and dining at restaurants, including takeout and eligible delivery service, and unlimited 1.5% cash back on all other purchases.

$300 Earn an additional 1.5% cash back on everything you buy (on up to $20,000 spent in the first year) - worth up to $300 cash back!

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Every One of Expedia Group’s 23 Brands, Explained

Sean O'Neill, Skift

July 23rd, 2018 at 2:30 AM EDT

Check out our Skift Takes on Expedia Group's brands for consumers and businesses. Time for some #realtalk.

Showing that names mean something, in March  Expedia Inc. became Expedia Group . The switch came a month after the Priceline Group rebranded to Booking Holdings .

Expedia Group is the number two global online travel player, behind Booking Holdings, and booked $10 billion in revenue in 2017. Below, Skift presents an explainer about Expedia Group’s brand portfolio.

We show how Expedia Group has positioned each of its brands based on edited company statements. Then we share our Skift Take on how these brands truly operate and fit into the online universe.

Most of the brands — which number 23 or so, depending on how you count them — are consumer brands. We include business-to-business brands, too, but leave out joint ventures.

Online Travel Agencies

Expedia.com Expedia Group Take: “Expedia.com is one of the world’s largest full-service travel brands. It aims to provide the widest selection of vacation destinations, affordable airfares, hotel deals, car rentals, cruise deals, and in-destination activities, attractions, and services.”

Skift Take: It has been a while since Expedia ran TV ads with the equally memorable and irritating “dot coooom” jingle. However, its pitch has remained the same, namely, to be a generic full-service travel agency. Expedia.com woos the average consumer who wants to build the blocks of their trip in one place and wants a single company to call if something goes wrong. A caveat, though: While Expedia.com may be available in 33 countries, too much of its revenue and gross bookings continue to be U.S. domestic, as the company would admit.

Hotels.com Expedia Group Take: “With hundreds of thousands of places to stay around the world and 90 local websites in 41 languages, Hotels.com has it all.”

Skift Take: We strongly suspect that Captain Obvious , the star of Hotels.com TV ads, hasn’t effectively made Hotels.com a household name the way the Trivago Guy and associates have helped Trivago. The brand has instead thrived on the word-of-mouth popularity of its rewards program, which has an admirably simple message of “book-10-nights-get-one-free.” As for its mobile app, we’re still waiting for broad availability of promised features, such as keyless entry at many hotel chains.

Vacation Rentals and Hotel Price-Comparison Engines

HomeAway, VRBO, Bedandbreakfast.com , VacationRentals.com , Abritel , and FeWo-direkt Expedia Group Take: “From beach houses, to cabins, to condos, HomeAway is a world-leader in the vacation rental industry, with sites offering more than two million unique places to stay in 190 countries.”

Skift Take: It doesn’t make sense for Expedia Group to maintain separate brands when a competitor like Airbnb throws all its marketing dollars at amplifying just one brand. Despite Expedia Group’s talk to the contrary, we suspect it will unify its rental brands — or at least all of its English-language rental brands — under HomeAway. But first the division must finish  standardizing its fee model , making all of its listings instantly bookable, and closing its geographic gaps by buying regional brands like Turkey’s HemenKiralik and Canada’s CanadaStays .

Trivago Expedia Group Take: “Trivago is a search platform for comparing a deep supply of hotels and alternative accommodations. The Düsseldorf, Germany-based company allows travelers worldwide to make informed decisions by personalizing their lodging search. As of March 31, 2018, Trivago has established 55 localized platforms connected to more than two million hotels and alternative accommodation in more than 190 countries.”

Skift Take: You have seen the TV ads with the creepy Trivago Guy — or else other Trivago characters . In the past year, you have also seen the company’s share price dive from a peak of $23 to about $4.50 at publication time due to missteps . Expedia Group may want to take advantage of the discounted share price and nab the remaining 40 percent of the company. It could retool the brand to fight hotel search company HotelsCombined , which earlier this month was acquired by rival Booking Holdings  — possibly to build a “Trivago killer” company.

Smaller Online Travel Brands

Travelocity Expedia Group Take: “Travelocity focuses on exceptional service, expert advice, and guaranteed value for every trip. It encourages travelers to ‘Wander Wisely’ and is dedicated to being the champion of the customer.”

Skift Take: Expedia Group has what is internally called a “comet” team, which aims to retain the distinctiveness of six brands — Travelocity, Orbitz, CheapTickets, Ebookers, Wotif, and Lastminute.au — while synching up and coordinating their marketing and technology practices. To the credit of General Manager Krista McDougal and her predecessor Brad Wilson, Travelocity is the most-differentiated brand of the bunch. Travelocity has memorable roaming gnome TV ads and a stand-out promise of round-the-clock customer support that fit together to appeal to a particular customer segment.

Orbitz Expedia Group Take: “Orbitz is a leading travel website. Its loyalty program is the only one where customers can earn rewards immediately on flights, hotels, and packages, and redeem instantly on tens of thousands of hotels worldwide.”

Skift Take: Officially, everything’s fine. However, we suspect Expedia Group is reducing marketing oxygen to Orbitz. It spent nothing on TV ads for Orbitz in 2018 so far, according to estimates by analytics firm iSpot.tv . That figure contrasts with $15 million spent on TV ads for comparably sized Travelocity so far this year. The mothership seems to be spending relatively little on Orbitz in Google ad auctions this year, too. When we asked, Expedia Group said these worries are silly and that different brands call for different marketing schedules and mediums. For example, Orbitz released a new marketing campaign just a few months ago: “ Orbitz – Rewarding Travel Just Like That .” We hope a campaign like this will hit the airwaves before too much time passes.

Hotwire Expedia Group Take: “By simply hiding the brand name, Hotwire can offer customers deep savings on hotel rooms, rental cars, flights and vacation packages.”

Skift Take: Unofficially, Hotwire is supposed to be a brand that’s like the risk-free bond in an investment portfolio otherwise filled with risky stocks. Hotwire only tends to only be wildly profitable during recessions — when airlines, hotels, and car-rental companies use it to sell travel at deep discounts while slightly disguising the offers through semi-opaque and members-only deals to avoid broader price transparency. Surprisingly, despite this economic boom, Expedia Group has invested in marketing for Hotwire, giving its site and TV ads a fresher look. Maybe the brand consistently pulls in a set of deal-seeking customers who came of age in the era of deal brands like Groupon and Secret Escapes and who otherwise wouldn’t be wooed by other Expedia Group brands.

Wotif Expedia Group Take: “Wotif is a leading online travel site dedicated to Australian and New Zealand travelers. Since it launched in 2000, one in two Aussies and one in four Kiwis have traveled with Wotif. This year the company will have marketing campaigns celebrating distinctively Australian initiatives and hold the inaugural Australia Day Wotif Town Of The Year Awards as part of the brand’s focus on local community engagement.”

Skift Take: Pronounced “What if”, Wotif was a homegrown Australian travel brand that Expedia acquired in 2014 and moved onto its technology platform. Along the way, Wotif appears not to have gained share against its larger homegrown rival Webjet and foreign players like Agoda . Wotif’s only plan seems to be to add more local marketing efforts. Sometimes Australians must think about the acquisition and how it might have gone differently and ask themselves, “What if?”

Lastminute.com.au Expedia Group Take: “Lastminute.com.au is an Australian’s ultimate travel companion when it comes to booking last minute accommodation, flights, packages, car hire, and experiences.”

Skift Take: Lastminute.com.au is a white-label shell for Expedia content, though it has cheeky touches aimed at Australians. For example, there is a button one can push to disguise the travel search screen and instead display what looks like a work-related project when the boss passes by. That said, most last-minute planning takes place on mobile devices these days, according to data from marketing firm Sojern . Lastminute’s mobile-first presence and branding may not be as effective as last-minute rivals’ like Hopper , HotelTonight , HolidayPirates , and Secret Escapes . If nothing else, it could do more on Instagram. It has only 2,800 followers , compared to private membership club Soho House, which has more than 360,000 followers .

Ebookers Expedia Group Take: “Ebookers believes travel is personal. No two travelers are the same, so no two trips should be either. With online travel agencies in seven European countries, ebookers gives travelers flexibility.”

Skift Take: Ebookers is just reselling Exepdia.com inventory on an Expedia.com technology platform. It may disappear like Venere — a brand the conglomerate bought in 2008 and killed in late 2016 — unless it innovates more than merely adding sophisticated packaging tools. Ebookers is being blown out of the water on the innovation and revenue growth front by European online travel agencies MisterFly,  which offers an innovative price-comparison search results, and lets consumers pay for their trips in quarterly installments, and Kiwi.com , which cleverly lets shoppers mix-and-match flights from non-partner airlines into single itineraries.

CheapTickets Expedia Group Take: “In addition to cheap flights, CheapTickets’ discounted travel products include cheap hotels, cheap cruises, cheap rental cars, cheap vacation packages, vacation rentals, last-minute trips, and event tickets.”

Skift Take: The branding opportunity for a name like CheapTickets is to offer uniquely discounted plane tickets from, say, wholesalers or ethnic travel agencies and make them available, either through a members-only site or a similar model. Instead, this is just the same old Expedia.com inventory. Expedia Group ought to buy expertise at deeply discounted tickets, like either Mondee , OnVoya , Vayama , Getaroom , or even Fareportal given its CheapOair brand, and reconfigure CheapTickets. But expect Expedia Group to cheap out and do little except maybe tinker some more with the brand’s loyalty program.

CarRentals.com and Cardelmar Expedia Group Take: “Part of the Hotwire Group, CarRentals.com is the premier car rental booking brand online. It offers advanced, easy-to-use technologies to consumers and select vendor partners alike via localized sites in four countries.”

Skift Take: While rival Booking Holdings has been pouring money into its consumer-facing Rentalcars brand, its related Rentalcars Connect business-to-business unit, and its affiliate or reseller business, Expedia has been letting CarRentals.com drive on autopilot, comparatively speaking, by relying on the popularity of its German and Dutch sister brand Cardelmar .

AirAsiaGo Expedia Group Take: “AirAsiaGo is one of the fastest-growing online travel portals in Asia, offering travelers an extensive selection of hotels, activities, and travel services. The AirAsiaGo brand is managed by AirAsiaExpedia, a joint venture company that Expedia Group owns 75 percent of.”

Skift Take: Think of this as Expedia white-labeled for the airline AirAsia. You would think Expedia Group would want to tout a collaboration like this with a supplier. Doesn’t it want to encourage more airlines and hotel chains to outsource their technology needs to it?

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Egencia Expedia Group Take: “Relying on timely, data-driven insights from travel management company Egencia, businesses stay one step ahead by making business travel choices that align with traveler preference and corporate policy. Egencias consultants are ready to assist with every step small, mid-cap and multi-national companies in more than 65 countries.”

Skift Take: An under-appreciated star brand in the Expedia Group constellation is its business travel division, Egencia. The unit became the world’s fourth-largest travel management company by being more sophisticated than legacy players at wringing inefficiencies out of processes. But Egencia’s brand suffers, in the eyes of some corporate travel managers, for not being seen as sufficiently high-touch. Adding money and sophistication to its niche business-to-business marketing effort could yield outsized returns in helping Egencia to secure more global corporate accounts. Expect acquisitions, too .

Expedia CruiseShipCenters Expedia Group Take: “Founded in 1987, Expedia CruiseShipCenters is North America’s leading cruise specialist, providing a full range of travel products through its network of 250 independently owned, retail travel franchises and 5,000 vacation consultants. The brand has been recognized as a top seller in North America with every major cruise line.”

Skift Take: We’re not all that impressed with the Expedia CruiseShipCenters website. There’s no mobile app. Consumers don’t book instantly but they request a quote instead. That may be fairly typical for cruise bookings online but is hardly in keeping with the larger Expedia brand and is hardly competitive with smaller players Dreamlines  and CruiseCompete . The name recognition helps, but overall it feels a little uninspiring.

Expedia Local Expert Expedia Group Take: “A leading provider of activities and destination experiences, Expedia Local Expert offers expertise and assistance in booking events, activities, tours, attractions, ground transportation, and other services.”

Skift Take: If you visit many popular vacation destinations, such as Hawaii’s main cities, it’s hard to miss the kiosks and concierge stands where Expedia Local Expert staff sell tours and activities in more than 100 hotels and other retail locations — plus online bookings in more than 1,000 locales worldwide. Yet startups like Klook and GetYourGuide and competitors like TripAdvisor and Booking Holdings are investing heavily in online bookings. Expedia Group is overdue to buy a company with content or operator connections to help speed things up.

Classic Vacations Expedia Group Take: “A premier provider of vacations for discerning travelers, Classic Vacations offers a full line of luxury accommodations, ground transportation, car rentals, unique tours and excursions, and all classes of air service to top destinations and experiences. Classic Vacations is the number-one-rated luxury vacation company by travel advisors.”

Skift Take: Classic Vacations, a tour operator, sells travel in partnership with agencies. There may be no sector that is as much of a relationship business as the one Classic Vacations plays in, but its long-standing leaders may need to consider a refresh for the 40-year-old brand.

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Expedia Group Media Solutions Expedia Group Take: “Expedia Group Media Solutions the advertising arm of Expedia Group, offers industry expertise and digital marketing solutions that allow brands to reach, engage and influence its qualified audience of travelers around the world. The unit provides data-driven insights about traveler behaviors, along with dynamic advertising solutions, to deliver strategic campaigns and measurable results.”

Skift Take: An often-overlooked gem is Expedia’s compact but zippily growing ad agency arm. We estimate the unit generated more than $300 million in revenue for the company in 2017, though the division doesn’t break out its numbers. Expedia Group Media Solutions has the ingredients that could turn it into a superstar brand. It leads the market by a wide margin in being a travel-focused ad agency that can help clients — such as hotels, tourism boards, and credit card issuers — create and test ad campaigns by analyzing volume changes at Expedia-owned brands.

Expedia Affiliate Network (EAN) Expedia Group Take: “Expedia Affiliate Network (EAN) powers the hotel business of hundreds of leading airlines, travel agencies, loyalty, and corporate travel companies plus several top consumer brands.”

Skift Take: Of the handful of travel affiliate , or commission-based reseller programs out there, the Expedia Affiliate Network is the most pervasive brand. We suspect it’s the among the world’s fastest-growing private label travel affiliate networks. Props to its marketers, who are successfully signing up airlines, travel agencies, and other companies. The company has cleverly led with content marketing that tries to educate resellers on how to build their brands rather than only talk up its technological investment , breadth of inventory, and customer-focused flexibility in commercial arrangements — which are also impressive.

Traveldoo Expedia Group Take: “Traveldoo solutions simplify travel booking and expense reporting, help optimize travel spend and expense management processes, and improve risk and crisis management for more than 4,500 customers worldwide in 65 countries.”

Skift Take:  At careers portal LifeAtExpedia.com , Traveldoo is one of five brands that were shortlisted on the main page at publication time, when the brand had a half-dozen positions open. Expect to see more growth here.

SilverRail Technologies Expedia Group Take: “SilverRail Technology is built for rail, uniting the ecosystem of rail carriers and travel distributors around the world’s most comprehensive search and booking platform for rail content. It helps with journey planning, inventory management, scheduling, pricing, booking, payment, ticketing, reporting, and administration.”

Skift Take: Looking for help with their sales and distribution services, European rail companies have turned to outside vendors , such as Amadeus, IBM, Siemens, HaCon, Accesrail, Sqills, and Expedia Group’s SilverRail. While the sector’s sales cycle is an extended one, SilverRail has an opportunity to build a high-margin business and become one of the world’s most-used global sales and distribution systems for rail. A big marketing challenge has been for SilverRail to make itself an appealing place for star technical talent to work. It appears to gone some way toward doing this , having recently been ranked by employee review site GlassDoor as a best place to work.

Alice Expedia Group Take: “Alice is a hotel operations platform that improves staff communication, task management, and guest satisfaction.”

Skift Take: Two years ago, this 110-employee services company settled on a marketing message that has since clicked with brands like Viceroy and Nordic Choice Hotels. Rather than being a grab bag of software to replace old-school tools like walkie-talkies and pagers, it now presents itself as a suite of tools that promise to play nicely with a hotel’s other software and processes and that can be purchased a la carte or as a bundle. Smartly done, and its business-to-business marketing skill should be a lesson to other Expedia Group units.

Expedia Group Lodging Partner Services Expedia Group Take: “Expedia Group Lodging Partner Services helps drive incremental demand and direct bookings to lodging suppliers by providing the opportunity to reach a highly valuable audience of travel consumers.”

Skift Take: They should just rename this Expedia for Properties.

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