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Guide To Planning a Honeymoon in Vegas

Last updated: June 28, 2019 at 9:35 am. Posted by in Las Vegas Hotels, Las Vegas Weddings, Paris Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood Resort, Things to Do in Las Vegas. Comments Off on Guide To Planning a Honeymoon in Vegas.

Las Vegas is known for all things wedding related.

It starts with the wild pre-wedding bachelor or bachelorette party. Then there’s the actual wedding ceremony at one of our many fabulous chapels. It’s also the perfect city to honeymoon in after you tie the knot.

Here’s why we suggest planning a Las Vegas honeymoon:

  • Romantic dinners with views of the Vegas Strip
  • Las Vegas spa treatment for couples
  • Honeymoon packages that include hotel stay and many other fun, romantic activities all bundled into one
  • Romantic or sexy Las Vegas shows

Las Vegas Honeymoon Guide

Tie the knot at Caesars Palace and then have your honeymoon in Vegas

Our weddings are as spectacular as our city.

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.

From sexy shows to romantic restaurants, here’s why we suggest planning a Las Vegas honeymoon.

Las Vegas Shows

If you’re in Las Vegas for your honeymoon, you’ll want to check out all the entertainment the city has to offer.

Maybe you’re looking for something a little naughty when it comes to a show. Try ABSINTHE at Caesars Palace. The show mixes a little bit of everything from sexy burlesque to death-defying stunts to raunchy comedy.

We recommend seeing Las Vegas show Absinthe on your Las Vegas honeymoon

Absinthe at Caesars Palace

Romantic las Vegas restaurants

There’s nothing more romantic than enjoying a beautiful view at an elegant restaurant. Honeymooners have lots of spots to choose from in Las Vegas.

Romantic dinner with a view on your Las Vegas honeymoon

Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas

We all know Paris is the City of Love, and while you may not be in France, you can enjoy a dinner in a half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower in Vegas. The Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas serves gourmet French food 100 feet above the Strip. Be sure to ask for one of the tables near the floor-to-ceiling windows, and you can watch the fountain show across the street.

VooDoo Steak, located on the 50th floor of the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, is another romantic restaurant that offers a candlelit atmosphere, breathtaking views of the Strip and prime steaks for dinner.

GIADA, from celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis, is a great date-night destination. The restaurant features Italian cuisine with Californian influences. There are a variety of small plates the two of you lovebirds can share. Sit near the retractable windows for a beautiful Strip view, and don’t forget to stop in the photo booth on your way out for a souvenir snap.

Your Las Vegas honeymoon is great reason to splurge on a gourmet dinner

The patio at Restaurant Guy Savoy.

Your honeymoon is great reason to splurge on a gourmet dinner. Head to the award-winning Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace for an unforgettable French meal. Toast to your wedding with a glass of Krug Champagne. We recommend the secluded outdoor patio for a really romantic setting.

Breakfast in bed and 24-hour room service are the ultimate splurges, and our favorite place to indulge is Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace. This boutique hotel within a hotel offers some of the best in-room dining you’ll find anywhere. You can order unique items like green tea waffles for breakfast, as well as favorites from the acclaimed Nobu Restaurant. Try a Nobu bento box, ramen, sushi or the signature black cod miso.

Las Vegas Honeymoon Couples Spa Treatments

A spa treatment is a wonderful way to relax and spend some quality time getting pampered with your new spouse. Many Las Vegas spas offer treatments you can enjoy together.

Las Vegas honeymoon couples spa treatment

Qua Baths & Spa

Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Palace offers the Kama Sutra with Shirodhara, a treatment that sounds like it was just made for honeymooners. Warm botanical oils are slowly poured onto the third eye chakra before an exfoliation with Champagne grape seeds. Indulge in a private shower for two, followed by a hydrating massage using pure aphrodisiac oils.

Another romantic option is the Twin Souls treatment. You begin by creating a special gift for each other, followed by a body scrub and massage using oils that you and your partner choose. This treatment includes breath work and a use of the “goddess of Willendorf” who brings fertility and abundance into your relationship.

The Paris Spa By Mandara also offers fun couples treatments like the Paris Pour Les Amoureux (Paris For Lovers), a romantic treatment package that features a private whirlpool bath for two, a double-headed shower, a lounge area and your own attendants.

Special Las Vegas Honeymoon Packages

Las Vegas has hundreds of wedding packages for you to choose from. We also offer honeymoon packages that typically include hotel stays and many other fun, romantic activities all bundled into one.

The Honeymoon in Vegas package at Planet Hollywood features a three-night stay in a Strip Suite with an over-sized soaking tub and views of the Strip. You’ll also get flowers and rose petals in your room, a honeymoon gift bag, breakfast in bed, chocolate-covered strawberries, a spa gift certificate, a bottle of Champagne and more. You’ll even take a limo trip to the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign for a photo shoot.

Paris Las Vegas also offers a package for honeymooners. You’ll enjoy a three-night stay in a LeMans Suite, a honeymoon gift, champagne continental breakfast, in-suite wine and cheese, chocolate covered strawberries, a spa gift card, a two-hour limo trip, two Eiffel Tower Experience tickets, a bottle of champagne and more.


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Kristine came to Las Vegas more than 20 years ago to escape the frigid weather of Minnesota. Now she soaks up the sun while covering all things Vegas from dining to nightlife to hotels. She has written for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and When she’s not scouring the Strip for stories you can usually find her at a concert, enjoying a nice glass of wine or binge-watching Netflix and HBO.

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