You’d want to see what a place looks like before you decide to go and spend money there, right? Not that anyone needs much of an introduction to Las Vegas. Still, it’s nice to see some 360-degree shots of this outlandishly glamorous and fun city – and a new digital tool lets you have just that. The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) has worked with Google to launch GeoVegas, a new travel tool that uses Google’s Business Interiors Technology. This travel tool allows potential visitors to view panoramic shots of hotels, restaurants and other popular places, inside and out. Dining, nightclubs, hotels, shows, pools / spas options are all visible through this travel tool, so that a traveller gets a realistic view of the city’s attractions.
GeoVegas guides users through five different journeys: ‘First Timers’, ‘Foodie Fantasy’, ‘Only in Vegas’, ‘Vegas by Day’, ‘Vegas by Night’ and ‘Explore on your own’. Tapping on a hotspot brings up fun facts and suggestions. Check out the site at http://geovegas.lasvegas.com.