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How To Do Winter On The Strip: Caesars Chalet Offers Las Vegas Ice Skating

Last updated: November 21, 2014 at 2:53 pm. Posted by in Caesars Palace, Things to Do in Las Vegas. 13 Comments on How To Do Winter On The Strip: Caesars Chalet Offers Las Vegas Ice Skating.

Break the ice: whether you're a pro or like to hold the rail all the way around, take a spin at Caesars Chalet this holiday season.

Break the ice: whether you’re a pro or like to hold the rail all the way around, take a spin at Caesars Chalet this holiday season.

Lace up your skates! Vegas’ coolest seasonal attraction, Caesars Chalet, brings ice skating to the Strip starting today.

It runs 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. daily through Jan. 11, 2015. Get in the holiday spirit by skating over the Caesars Palace fountain and taking in dramatic Strip views.

Of course, Las Vegas ice skating wouldn’t be complete without some sweet treats and holiday drinks. Indulge in decadent funnel cake flavors such as caramel apple and red velvet. Sip on Moët and Patron, or try one of the holiday-inspired cocktails. (I’ll take a Naughty & Nice and an Ugly Red Sweater, please.)  For the ultimate Vegas winter experience, get cozy and stay awhile with Adirondack seating and bottle service.

Nearby, Serendipity 3 provides signatures like its Frrrozen Hot Chocolate at its quick-serve window. Or, sit down for a warm meal of comfort food in the dining room after skating.

For those who want to up their skating game, 90-minute sessions are available for $20 per person. (Skate rentals are $5.) Ambitious skaters can even purchase an extended pass or throw private parties on the rink.

Passes and packages:

• All Access Pass: $35
Unlimited public skating on day of purchase and complimentary skate rental

• Chalet Pass – $150
Anytime access to the rink without waiting, private morning skate for chalet pass holders

• Multi-Pass Package – $300
Package of 10 all access passes/valid anytime and complimentary skate rental

• Private Party – $3,500
Includes private access to the ice skating rink for you and your party

Tickets can be purchased on-site, at any Caesars Entertainment resort box office, at any Ticket Master or at Ticket Master online.

Ice skating in Las Vegas at Caesars Chalet at Caesars Palace.

 

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13 Responses

  1. Ricky

    With Sale Prices Like That, It Makes It Very Attractive To Locals To Enjoy Thier City. ….

  2. Karen

    Do you know if it’s real ice? I’d skip synthetic ice like at the Venetian (damage to my blades, plus no proper glide), but I’d love to skate on real ice on the Strip.

  3. Emma Trotter

    Hi Karen, yes this rink is REAL ice!

  4. Anything to do for adult non skaters ?

  5. Emma Trotter

    Hi Jerome, yes! You can ride the High Roller observation wheel and stroll through its shopping district, The LINQ. The Winter Parq experience there will include tubing down ice and snow in the back lot, with snow falling and hot chocolate!

  6. Sounds good to me, gonna look into the tubing and I just grabbed 2 night time high roller tickets. Thanks

  7. Emma Trotter

    Definitely! Here is some more info I was able to find:

    Winter PARQ:

    The LINQ will transform into Winter PARQ this holiday season, with a tubing hill where thrill-seekers will be able to slide down the 30-foot tall hill made of real snow. Located behind the High Roller – the world’s tallest observation wheel – Winter PARQ will be an attraction for all ages allowing visitors to celebrate the snow season at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. Tickets are priced at: $5 per ride or $20 for an All-Day Pass. The Winter PARQ hill will be open Monday through Friday 4 to 10 p.m. and Saturday through Sunday from 2 to 10 p.m.

    The LINQ Promenade will let it snow across the entire dining, shopping and entertainment district, as real snowflakes drape down the buildings every half hour. Holiday decorations, music and singing carolers will fill the promenade spreading the jolly holiday mood.

  8. Brandon

    Does the Caesars ice rink have skating aids to rent?

  9. daniel plata

    my kid is 2 1/2 years old can he get in ?

  10. Emma Trotter

    Hi Brandon. Just skates to rent, no skating aids.

  11. Emma Trotter

    Hi Daniel, yes you can!

  12. Tina

    Are there tickets for skating and tubing? If so, how much?