Well, to a lesser but still troublesome degree, Orlando is facing similar problems.
Granted, unlike Las Vegas, at least Orlando does have rail access to much of the population-heavy Northeast corridor. However, even that access is limited and, of all things, comes in the form of a car train (what a strange creation that will one day be looked back on as).
This recent Orlando Sentinel column discusses how one major portion of Orlando's tourism empire--International Drive--is facing major viability problems:
The north stretch of International Drive is crumbling into blight.
Empty storefronts spread in the strip shopping centers. The Festival Bay Mall was supposed to lead a revitalization but also has succumbed to a growing cancer of vacant spaces.
As a Category 4 recession approaches, you have to wonder how far the contagion will spread along one of the nation's top tourism strips.