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Concierges share some of their fa­vorite set­tings for shoot­ing a selfie in Las Vegas. Hint, most are free and many make a trip to the city even more mem­o­rable.

MARCEY ESSES, CON­VEN­TION SER­VICES SPECIALIST AT MOR­RIS VISITOR PUBLICATIONS

Get a ta­ble at Hexx or Chateau and have the Foun­tains at Bel­la­gio in the back­ground. Any­thing at Paris with the foun­tains be­hind you is fab­u­lous. When you’re in the Eif­fel Tower restau­rant 13 sto­ries above the Strip, there’s no ob­struc­tion to the view of the foun­tains. The Park be­tween New York- New York and Park MGM in the fall when the weather is nice has a nice am­biance to it, es­pe­cially when you have kids. You can walk around out there and not feel re­stricted. Get “Bliss Dance,” the 40-foot- tall sculp­ture of a danc­ing wo­man, in the back­ground for a very Vegas mo­ment.

NORMA CABRERA, CONCIERGE AT THE MI­RAGE

Sky­fall Lounge at the De­lano has, in my opin­ion, the best view of the Las Vegas Strip. Fre­mont Street Ex­pe­ri­ence is a great shot as well es­pe­cially dur­ing the light show at night.

BRIANA RICH­MOND, CONCIERGE AT THE VENETIAN

I would rec­om­mend the most pho­tographed spot in Las Vegas, the Wel­come to Las Vegas sign, or the new “Love” in­stal­la­tion in our wa­ter­fall atrium.

JASMYN LAM, CONCIERGE AT WYNN LAS VEGAS

Dress to im­press when at­tend­ing any one of Wynn’s three venues—XS, In­trigue or En­core Beach Club—and get a selfie with The Chainsmok­ers, Di­plo, Kygo or any of your other fa­vorite DJs.

TINA MCCON­NELL, CONCIERGE AT THE WESTIN LAS VEGAS

Prob­a­bly the beach at Man­dalay Bay be­cause I love the beach.

DAVID MCMAHON, CONCIERGE AT MANDARIN ORIENTAL

I would sug­gest tak­ing a beau­ti­ful aerial view of the strip dur­ing your Maverick He­li­copter ride, Red Rock Canyon’s nat­u­ral won­der, or an ar­chi­tec­turally pleas­ing back­ground con­sist­ing of Mandarin Oriental, Aria and The Shops at Crys­tals.

NATALEE SIMMONS, CONCIERGE AT THE COS­MOPOLI­TAN

I love to send them to the High Roller at The Linq Prom­e­nade. I al­ways rec­om­mend they take the 30-minute ride dur­ing sun­set. Vis­i­tors would never guess that we have some of the most beau­ti­ful sun­sets in Las Vegas be­cause of our sur­round­ing moun­tains.

RALPH CARL JUNIO, CONCIERGE AT WYNN LAS VEGAS

One of my fa­vorite places to send first­time Vegas vis­i­tors to is the world- fa­mous Wel­come to Fab­u­lous Las Vegas sign at the south end of the Las Vegas Strip. It’s one of those iconic sites of Las Vegas that you will need to visit at least once, and tak­ing a pic­ture with it makes for a great so­cial me­dia pro­file pic­ture.

“Love” in­stal­la­tion at The Palazzo.

The High Roller at The Linq Prom­e­nade

The view from Sky­fall at the De­lano

The Wel­com to Fab­u­lous Las Vegas sign

Man­dalay Bay Beach

Myr­iad Pro Semi-bold Semi- ex­tended Red Rock Cap­tion. Canyon

Cap­tion “Bliss 7 pt, Dance” Myr­iad at Pro the Semi- Park

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