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7 Deadly Sins Made Heavenly in Sin City

Last updated: September 28, 2016 at 5:35 pm. Posted by in Las Vegas Hotels, Las Vegas Restaurants, Things to Do in Las Vegas. 2 Comments on 7 Deadly Sins Made Heavenly in Sin City.

What better place to sin than Sin City!

Get gluttonous. Own your greed. Take pleasure in your sloth. Make them feel your wrath. Delight in their envy. Preen with pride. And luxuriate in lust. Just go ahead and raise hell when you unleash these seven capital vices in Las Vegas—the worldwide destination for debauchery and excess. However, we’d like you to leave having vacationed, not on probation so let us guide your steps as you fall from grace and into rapturous bliss.

Here’s how you go astray on the Strip, yet sin so good, all will be forgiven…

1. Gluttony

Spice Market is how you do Gluttony in Sin City Las Vegas—7 Deadly Sins.

Let us eat and drink, for tomorrow we die!

There’s always that one overly dramatic friend in the bunch yelling something to that effect as you live it up in Sin City Las Vegas, but death will not become you after eating at Bacchanal Buffet. You’ll probably just be in a food coma—and the red velvet pancakes alone will be worth it.

Voted Best Buffet in Las Vegas by “USA Today” on more than one occasion, the expansive feast has more than 500 fresh daily offerings that you will want to rapidly move into your mouth so you can get back to the nine show kitchens offering up Italian, Mexican and more international flair alongside traditional American cuisine. Eat sumptuously, as the devil is in the details and you’ll want to savor every last morsel as you gorge. And if you’re feeling especially naughty, we suggest kicking off your buffet blowout with dessert at Spice Market.

2. Greed

Palace Court Casino, Caesars Palace, is how you do Greed in Sin City Las Vegas—7 Deadly Sins.

Greed is good.

Do you hear what we hear? That’s the electrifying sound of the tinkling of coins, jingling of jackpots and the whirring of slot machine reels luring you to your divine destiny…

Conquering the grand gaming abyss that is the Palace Court Casino.

The little angel on your shoulder whispering “The house (of ill repute) always wins,” will try to drown out the sublime pandemonium surrounding you. Brush him off. It’s time to dance with the devil while throwing some chips down in Caesars Palace. You’re in ancient Rome; make it reign at our majestic gambling den of liquidity.

3. Sloth

Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis is how you do Sloth in Sin City Las Vegas—7 Deadly Sins.

You must avoid sloth, that wicked siren.

Nah, we’re taking the primrose path straight to that soothing, siren sloth song with soft towels in hand. There’s no resisting the call of the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis so go on and worship at the sun deck of the Temple, sunbathe poolside at Apollo, lounge half-naked at Neptune or bask at any other blue lagoon in this fine selection. Whatever you decide, be prepared to make a splash when you swim in sin at these pools exclusively reserved for Caesars Palace and Nobu Hotel guests.

4. Wrath

Rio Secco Golf Course is how you do Wrath in Sin City Las Vegas—7 Deadly Sins.

Beware the wrath of a patient adversary.

Don’t be fooled. Just beneath the seemingly calm surface of your golfing companion lies a devilish spirit ready to pummel you with their 9-iron. They believe your golf game is in need of some improvement and if you book tee time at one of our top-rated golf courses you’ll learn to waggle with the best when Butch Harmon takes you to school.

Located minutes away from the Strip, both Rio Secco and Cascata Golf are just a swing away from all Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas properties. Stunning views await you and your fellow players as you attempt to hit a hole-in-one, but steer clear of anyone who challenges you to an unholy game of sudden death.

5. Envy

The Forum Shops is how you do Envy in Sin City Las Vegas—7 Deadly Sins.

They’ll either want to kill you, kiss you, or be you.

Actually, after seeing you enjoying a day well spent buying up The Forum Shops they’ll most likely want to do all three. With your head floating in the ceiling’s painted clouds and Balenciaga, Christian Louboutin, Marc Jacobs, Gucci and more iconic designers at your feet (or on your feet) you can’t help but conjure up the green-eyed monster in others. Let them covet and seethe. You’re on your way to the private showroom at the Burberry boutique. But first…a stop at Tiffany & Co. for some ice to quench their heated thirst.

6. Pride

COLOR Salon by Michael Boychuck is how you do Pride in Sin City Las Vegas—7 Deadly Sins.

You’re not born with a walk like that. You have to earn it.

When you strut out of COLOR Salon by Michael Boychuck like Jennifer Lopez, Gwen Stefani, Paris Hilton or any other VIP from the hair guru’s long list of celebrity clientele, you don’t leave your ego at the door, you put it on full display.

While beauty is not pain at this premiere destination for getting killer glam looks, you do have to earn it. Sipping champagne or a spot of tea in a divine, ornate setting that also serves up a Chardonnay Mani-Pedi counts as earning it—as does a makeup makeover, bodacious blow out, alluring eyelash extensions, and all the razzle-dazzle in between. You’ll leave knowing you have been blessed by skilled hands at a salon listed Top 100 in the country by Elle magazine, you ravishing little scamp.

7. Lust

Absinthe is how you do Lust in Sin City Las Vegas—7 Deadly Sins.

Each of us is born with a box of matches inside us but we can’t strike them all by ourselves. No worries. The suggestive stunts and sexual slapstick of the raunchy balancing act the Absinthe show performers pull off will set you aflame. This R-rated acrobatic bender of overindulgence is so sinful the ivory tent can barely contain the perfected seduction that takes flight right in front of you. Surrounded by the feel of a tawdry speakeasy, you’re plunged into the middle of an intimate cabaret that will have you seated so close to the stage you can literally get wet.

It should come as no surprise a showstopping burlesque spectacle that cautions, “Come with an open mind and thick skin,” takes its name from a formerly banned spirit known to cause mind-altering effects. *And possibly some rumblings in your loins.

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