The Las Vegas nightlife scene is filled with sexy clubs and lounges up and down the Strip. Experience top-of-the-line DJ talent spinning electronic dance music hits at OMNIA Las Vegas Nightclub inside Caesars Palace, or take in the rooftop view at Drai’s Beach Club & Nightclub at The Cromwell. Bound, Vista Lounge, BLVD Cocktail, Fizz and Chateau offer a range of sophisticated partying after dark.
You’ve got a vacation to Vegas all booked and you’re ready to go…then a little bit of pre-trip anxiety sets in. What are you supposed to pack? What’s the weather going to be like? What do people really wear in Vegas?
Before you exceed your suitcase weight limit at the airport (we’re guilty of it!) or spend hours stressing about the perfect outfit, let us help. We’re here to guide you in planning what to wear in Las Vegas.
It’s a new year and we’re ready for some new adventures in Las Vegas. This being the Entertainment Capital of the World, you can bet we’ve got plenty of fresh shows we’re eager to see. But headline acts aren’t the only new thing shaking up the city.
More than 320,000 visitors rang in the new year in Las Vegas celebrating with epic entertainment, celebrity-studded parties, dynamic DJ performances and a massive $500,000 fireworks show that transformed the Las Vegas Strip into a giant mile-long party.
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.
So you’re over the whole dance-until-dawn nightclub scene, but you still love dressing up and enjoying a night out on the town. You’re all about having a good time, but know how to keep it classy and low key. Planning a trip in 2017? Here are 10 things to do in Vegas in your 40s.
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.
You’ll see thousands of people dressed in cowboy hats and boots walking around Las Vegas this December. No, we’re not filming Hollywood’s next big Western here, we’re hosting the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Dec. 1 – 10.
New year, new you. That’s our mantra year after year, right? And of course, 2017 is no exception to the rule. Before you start thinking about dieting, exercising or even de-cluttering your crazy closets, make sure you end 2016 with a bang.
Craving a fun and casual night out in Las Vegas? You’ve come to the right place, friends. You can explore several Vegas bars all in one spot, right in the heart of the Strip. We’re going to take you on a journey.
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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.