Zeke Quezada


Zeke Quezada is a former writer for TripSavvy, contributing more than 500 travel articles on Las Vegas since 2003. He first visited Las Vegas at the age of 11 and, through the years, has witnessed the city transform into a worldwide travel destination. Quezada spends plenty of time at the poker tables gathering insights on the best places to go in Las Vegas. When not gambling, he spends the rest of the time eating and drinking his way through a city that changes constantly. This experience resulted in his book "Restaurants in Las Vegas: The Best for Less."​​​

He has also led and guided diving trips at the Great Barrier Reef and in the Caribbean and ski trips in the Canadian Rockies and Eastern Sierras. Quezada has contributed to Examiner.com, BuyWine.com, and KVVU-TV FOX5.


Zeke Quezada holds a Bachelor of Arts in political science and also did graduate work in geology at the California State University at Los Angeles.

Awards and Publications

About TripSavvy and Dotdash

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