Where to Take a Memorable Selfie in Las Vegas

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What better way to remember a trip to Las Vegas than to take a selfie with a perfect backdrop? And Las Vegas has so many memorable backgrounds. Here, top concierges from across the city share some of their top suggestions.

"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." —Marcey Esses, convention services specialist at Morris Visitor Publications

The view from Skyfall Lounge

"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." —Norma Cabrera, concierge at The Mirage

The "Love" installation at The Palazzo

"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." —Briana Richmond, concierge at The Venetian

"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." —Jasmyn Lam, concierge at Wynn Las Vegas

"Probably the beach at Mandalay Bay because I love the beach." —Tina McConnell, concierge at the Westin Las Vegas

"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." —David McMahon, concierge at Mandarin Oriental

The High Roller

"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." —Natalee Simmons, concierge at the Cosmopolitan

"One of my favorite places to send first-time 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." —Ralph Carl Junio, concierge at Wynn Las Vegas