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.
Yes, we all know it’s mighty warm out. Snapshots of your car’s thermostat on Instagram do nothing to make your or the temperature cooler. Instead of clogging feeds with pics of triple digits, why not flood your friends’ timelines with shots of you keeping it cool in Las Vegas this summer? Here are our top picks to enjoy cooler temps on the Strip!
You might be used to hearing those dreaded words “last call!” at your hometown hangout, but that’s not even a thing here in Vegas. When the scene in other cities is winding down, we’re just getting started. Here’s what you should be doing after hours in Vegas:
Don’t worry about missing anything if you’re visiting Las Vegas during the 2016 Summer Games. Vegas is a sports lover’s paradise and we’ve got tons of places where you can watch your teams as they go for Olympic gold.
Get “the things to do in Las Vegas” lowdown from Sin City visitors who have stomped the Strip with the truth and nothing but the truth. There’s no denying these fun facts once you see them in action…
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.
Crack! Boom! Hopefully that’s the sound of fireworks and not your button flying off your pants. Many Fourth of July celebrations revolve around fireworks and let’s be honest, food. Las Vegas goes all out for Fourth of July so follow this Independence Day itinerary for the perfect patriotic weekend.
Let the Real Housewives of [Insert City] give you a few pointers on how to do a Vegas girls’ trip if they were to…you know…do it with fellowship, solidarity and camaraderie in mind. Ha!
Where’s the craziest place you’ve ever done yoga? Strike a tree pose on the world’s tallest observation wheel and your list will have a new winner. Elevate your yoga experience, quite literally, and enjoy a gorgeous view of the Strip while testing the limits of your flexibility on The LINQ Promenade’s High Roller. Yoga sessions begin on International….
Celebrate the Caesars Palace 50th anniversary with a royal tour of the empire. Join in the fun of the golden anniversary by visiting “The Five Lucky Spots” at the iconic resort and snapping pics along the way.
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.
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.
If you’re looking for the best places in Vegas to watch basketball tournament games, look no further…