From world-class spas to high-end shopping, when it comes to planning which things to do in Las Vegas, the options are nearly limitless. Go for a ride on the world’s tallest observation wheel, the High Roller at the LINQ. Cool off at the Caesars Palace Garden of the Gods pool oasis or the Pleasure Pools at Planet Hollywood, where you can catch a wave on the FlowRider. Or enjoy dancing and drinking night or day at such hotspots as OMNIA Nightclub at Caesars Palace and Drai’s Beach Club · Nightclub at The Cromwell.
The culinary scene in Las Vegas has elevated the burger from a piece of meat in a bun to a canvas on which chefs exercise their creative muscles. From toppings like foie gras butter to brie to the classic lettuce, tomato and pickle combo, your perfect burger awaits in restaurants at Las Vegas hotels. Here….
There’s no room for doubt. Stop dragging your feet. You don’t need to sleep on it—well, actually—that’s kind of required. Be one of the first to jump on the hotel bunk beds trend at the LINQ Hotel & Casino! All the motivation you need to make bedtime your bunk time is right here…
When Lionel Richie—the man, the maestro, the mustache—is headlining Vegas, you beeline it to Vegas.
That’s the way it works…that’s how all of this works. However, for those of you in need of a little convincing, we’ve rounded up a few songs you’ve fancied, but may have forgotten.
Whether you’re looking for a wild daytime adventure, an island experience or a quiet escape on your next Las Vegas vacation, we divided up pool experiences for simplified sunbathing.
Haven’t taken a ride on the world’s newest wonder yet? The High Roller and its shiny new shopping and entertainment district, The LINQ, are calling—and there are plenty of new Las Vegas deals to take advantage of.
Pardon the interruption, but we’re cutting into your trip planning two-step to teach you the right moves to make once you hit the Strip. Shimmy into the 7 things you should definitely not do in Sin City.
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Ready to go green for St. Patrick’s Day in Las Vegas? O’Sheas BLOQ Party at The LINQ Hotel & Casino returns with a bang Thursday, March 17, complete with drinks, live music, parades and giveaways. Be prepared to start the party early: Kicking off at noon, expect everything from bagpipers and leprechauns to stilt walkers. And what’s a….
Hair metal fans, raise your devil’s horns, because we can verify: “Rock of Ages” has landed successfully on its studded boot heels at its new home inside Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. The recently re-dubbed Rock of Ages Theater is the perfect venue for this jukebox musical about a small town girl, livin’ in a….
Caviar close-ups, make-a-wishes and private jet streams… Get this and more when you follow the chefs who put celeb in celebrated.
Ah, Valentine’s Day. Depending on your point of view (and current relationship status), it’s either the perfect occasion to wine and dine that special person in your life, a nasty reminder of how alone you really are, or an awkwardly forced “holiday” created by marketing people to sell overpriced roses and chocolate truffles. But we like….
Are you ready for some football? Here in Las Vegas, we’re super pumped for the big bowl game in San Francisco that will see either Denver or Carolina walk away with the 2016 NFL championship. There are so many bars, restaurants and sports books in Las Vegas offering specials during the Big Game on Feb…..
No more missing out!
Your friends have been there, done that. They brought you back a t-shirt. They’ve flooded your Facebook stream with Las Vegas vacation posts. An agonizing pang of envy may have caused you to report a few as spam. Hey, it happens! But you have to let that swell of FOMO angst go. Shake it off. As they say, don’t be bitter. Be better.
These Las Vegas visitors have strolled the Strip ahead of you and could probably teach you a few things. But don’t just follow in their footsteps. Outstay, outplay and lead the Sin City pack.
Get ready. The most important Chinese holiday takes Las Vegas by storm from Feb. 8-14, 2016 with a whirlwind of incredible special events. Celebrate the Year of the Monkey with awe-inspiring performances, interactive exhibits, decorations, specialty food and drink vendors, music and dancing with the 5th Annual Chinese New Year in the Desert. Las Vegas….