Whether you get married in Las Vegas and stay for a honeymoon afterwards or you just want to make Las Vegas your honeymoon destination, there are many ways to celebrate your newly-hitched status.
You are truly experiencing the best time of your life right now. You know how to have a good time and certainly aren’t afraid to show it. It’s your year to get groovy in Sin City. Yes, cool cat, we’re talking to you. Here are 10 things to do in Vegas in your 60s.
Sin City is known for its gorgeous neon that lights up the Strip. Throw a massive fireworks show into the mix and you end up with this crazy, wondrous eye candy spectacular. It’s no wonder more than 300,000 visitors flock to Vegas on New Year’s Eve.
Brunch has become one of the most popular ways to spend a lazy weekend afternoon and it’s easy to see why. You can sleep late and still get breakfast food. Brunch combines the best of two meals into one. It’ll help cure your hangover. And, most importantly, brunch makes it totally socially acceptable to day drink.
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Caesars Entertainment’s Cyber Sale is Black Friday and Cyber Monday rolled into one set of great discounts that last through Dec. 8.
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Stretch out those thighs, hamstrings and calves because the Geico Rock ‘N’ Roll Marathon is ready to take over the Las Vegas Strip bringing with it runners, supporters and lots of specials.
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On Nov. 11 the country will pause to honor the men and women of the nation’s armed service who daily serve and defend our country. This Veterans Day, Caesars Entertainment and its Las Vegas hotels will honor those U.S. servicemen and women with specials and discounts, support of the Las Vegas Veterans Day Parade and a continued focus on a corporate-wide veteran hiring initiative.
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Move over Michael Phelps, Caesars Entertainment is giving you some competition in the gold medal count. This weekend entertainers, restaurants, bars, clubs, attractions and hotels of the empire took home more 60 medals in the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s annual Best of Las Vegas Awards.
It’s National Chocolate Day, which means you can go out and eat the chocolate treats of your choice with zero guilt. If you’re looking for a place to indulge in Vegas, we have some suggestions for you.
Pasta. It’s the ultimate comfort food. When the weather gets chillier there’s nothing better than a warm, hearty bowl of the carb-filled goodness. October is National Pasta Month so there’s no excuse not to give in to those cravings. Go ahead and get your carb on. Here’s where to celebrate pasta in Las Vegas:
Las Vegas keeps the Oktoberfest spirit rolling throughout the month of October with beer festivals and enough German beer to keep your stein full all month. Prost!
You’ve picked the perfect time for a Parisian getaway, to Paris Las Vegas that is. The hotel’s rooms and suites have been revamped with a fresh new look that embraces modern elegance.
Roses and rosé shouldn’t be reserved only for February 14th. Las Vegas is full of opportunities to wow your significant other with a memorable and elegant dinner. The Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas, with its picturesque views and menu of updated French classics, sets the scene for the ultimate romantic meal.
Everybody loves a good competition. We’ve got rap battles, lip sync battles, dance offs and our personal favorite — dueling pianos. In Las Vegas we can do one better than dueling pianos. How about dueling piano bars? Yep, we’ve got two favorites – The Piano Bar at Harrah’s Las Vegas and Napoleon’s Dueling Pianos at Paris Las Vegas.
What does Paris, France have that Paris Las Vegas doesn’t? The Eiffel Tower? Nope, we got that. The Arc de Triomphe? That, too. French bistros? Boulangeries? Patisseries? Check check check. Paris Las Vegas packs in all the charm of Europe’s most romantic city, but levels it up with super-charged Vegas excess—plus plenty of goodies you just….