Las Vegas ranks high in one survey on the best cities to retire.
According to WalletHub's 2016 Best and Worst Cities to Retire, Las Vegas is the sixth best city for retirement when looking at the 150 largest U.S. cities
Among the highlights, Las Vegas ranks 11th for the number of home care facilities per capita, 44th for the number of recreation and senior centers and 56th for the anual cost of in-home services. It ranks 21st for affordability but 94th for health care.
The five best cities to retire were Orlando, Tampa, Scottsdale, Arizona, Miami and Sioux Falls, South Dakota.