You're never really alone when you're in Vegas. Unless you're a local, you're here for a good time, not a long time. Most people, from singles and groups to families, have that same attitude. If thereís a place where you can find friendly conversation, itís Las Vegas. When you're in the casino thereís never a shortage of conversation at the tables or a bar. When playing video poker or slots, you may not want to be distracted, anyway.
My biggest fear about visiting Vegas alone was dining. In a normal setting, itís awkward to sit alone in a restaurant but in Las Vegas itís fairly commonplace. No, not every table is filled with singles, but itís easy to lose track of friends so there are often solo diners at food courts and coffee shops. Chances are youíll never be the only solo diner. Eating at a restaurant bar isnít uncommon either and youíll often find others doing the same. This is a great way to be social or to just eat quickly and move on. You can also get some excellent happy hour deals eating at a bar. If you're comfortable dining alone, you'll have a much easier time walking into a restaurant without a reservation and getting a table then a large group will.
Ahhhh, freedom. One of my favorite parts of visiting Vegas alone was not having a schedule. Thereís nobody elseís sleep or party schedule to worry about. Vegas is all yours whenever you want. Having all of Las Vegas available at any time of the day is amazing. The flexibility allows you to explore those random things others may not find interesting. There's no waiting on friends to get ready, either. Doing what you want when you want is invigorating.
Vegas is one place you can visit alone and still have a great time. There is enough to see and do that you won't have to worry about getting bored. Look at the picture above. That's just another night on Fremont Street. Chances are that you're not the only person alone in a casino, bar, restaurant, pool, show or anywhere else in Vegas.