A graphic illustrates the top Las Vegas properties where cheaters prefer to engage in their affairs. (AshleyMadison.com)
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -
When it comes to extra-marital trysts, Las Vegas is the top destination for those adulterous rendezvous, according to a cheaters' dating website.
AshleyMadison.com reported 53 percent of its more than 7,600 U.S. members admitted to cheating at a Las Vegas hotel.
Of those surveyed, respondents preferred The Wynn as their cheating destination of choice. A top five ranking of cheating places of lodging included The Palms, MGM Grand, Caesars Palace and The Bellagio.
The website's CEO claims Las Vegas' tourism depends on extra-marital affairs to help fill hotel rooms.
"Many Las Vegas businesses make more than half of their profits off affair clientele - not just rooms, but lavish room service orders tend to accompany most steamy affairs," according to Noel Biderman. "So they're more than happy to turn the other cheek when guests check in under an alias with someone who isn't their spouse."
The website also said cheaters living in the Las Vegas area prefer to engage in their affairs at older hotels like the Stratosphere, Circus Circus and Treasure Island.
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