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Vegas Stays Fiery Hot In Winter

Last updated: January 17, 2018 at 2:06 pm. Posted by in Things to Do in Las Vegas. No Comments on Vegas Stays Fiery Hot In Winter.

Stay hot in Vegas and wipe those winter blues away. It may not be summer, but we have fun ways to keep you toasty during these brisk months. We’ve got the lowdown on shows, food and everything else under the Vegas sun. Find out all the hot things to do this winter in Vegas:

fiery hot Shows 

New Las Vegas show INFERNO offers a spectacular pyrotechnics, fire stunts and illusions

INFERNO, photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Inferno 

This is one show where you’ll need to leave your beanies and gloves back home — and we mean home-home. Starting Wednesday, Jan. 24, Paris Las Vegas will present INFERNO, a spectacular that includes pyrotechnics, fire stunts and illusions. Led by European illusionist Joe Labero and The Fuel Girls, this is one hot show you won’t want to miss.

Pitbull returns and will perform March 12, 2016 at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

Pitbull returns to Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Photo by Denise Truscello.

Pitbull 

¡Dale! Miami rap artist Pitbull keeps things muy caliente at The AXIS inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. He’ll perform all your favorite hits like “I Know You Want Me (Celle Ocho),” “Don’t Stop The Party” and “Time Of Our Lives.” And while we’re on the subject of hot, he might even perform “Fireball” too. To get you in the mood, check out our favorite Pitbull music videos that are sure to get you movin’.

Hot things to do this winter in Vegas - Backstreet Boys performing "You are my fire..."

We can already feel our temperatures rising. The Backstreet Boys return to Las Vegas on Jan. 31. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Backstreet Boys 

Back-street’s back, al-right! If anyone can heat up the chilly winter weather, it’s these guys. Especially when they start singing, You are my fire…  from their smash hit, “I Want It That Way.” See the most successful boy band of all time, the Backstreet Boys, take the stage at The AXIS inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Sing along to their biggest hits like “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back),” “Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)” and “All I Have To Give,” among many others. And what’s a Backstreet Boys show without all the fun choreographed moves? They still got it goin’ on.

Chippendales 

Stage fright? You better believe Chippendales at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino will melt all of those fears away. Plus, these handsome fellas can dance. Each scene gives us vibes of a steamy music video and if you’re lucky, you might just get pulled up on stage. Don’t worry — the boys may be playful, but they keep it proper for sure. And if you’re wondering what Chippendales has to do with this fire theme we have going, just look at their abs honey.

fiery Hot Looks 

Get a fiery hot new look from COLOR: Caesars Palace Hair Salon in Las Vegas

Psst… here’s the secret to looking hot in Vegas. It’s all about COLOR Salon. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

If you’re attending any of these hot shows, you gotta show them what a hot mama you are. Head to COLOR Salon by Michael Boychuck inside Caesars Palace. Need inspiration? The “shadow root” or “rooty blonde” are huge celebrity looks right now, as seen on Selena Gomez and Kim Kardashian. In this process, colorists highlight, hand paint and add dimension throughout the entire head and overlay a “shadow” on the roots. You’ll leave with gorgeous, lived-in color that blends effortlessly. Another plus? It’s easy to maintain and you’ll only need minimal touch-ups (which makes it easier when you’re back home).

Top you look with either a matte to glitter trans-formative lip sticks or glosses, which are other huge trends for 2018.

fiery Hot restaurants and bars  

Hell’s Kitchen 

Fiery new Vegas restaurants - Hell's Kitchen is Gordon Ramsay's fifth restaurant in Las Vegas

Is that a smile, Gordon? Reserve your spot at HELL’S KITCHEN ASAP. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Things heat up at Gordon Ramsay’s fifth Vegas restaurant location. HELL’S KITCHEN at Caesars Palace is a delight for fans of the show and foodies alike. Modeled just like the reality TV show, HELL’S KITCHEN comes complete with the Red and Blue kitchens, two chef tables and seating for 300 guests.

You’ll enjoy everything like Wagyu meatballs, lobster risotto, roasted cauliflower and much more. Prix-fixe menus are also available if you want a bit of everything. And from what we read, HELL’S KITCHEN already has thousands of reservations in the short time that it’s been open. So you better get your seat.

Order a fiery cocktail, Smoke on the Blvd at Hell's Kitchen

Smoke on the Blvd. at HELL’S KITCHEN – the name alone sounds fun. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Bonus: While you’re here, order Smoke on the Blvd., made with Woodford Rye, Aperol, Amoro Averna, sweet Vermouth and smoked with cherry wood. (Smoky counts as fire, right?)

Make your whole body warm, order the Spicy Fifty at Bound in The Cromwell

Spicy Fifty at Bound. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Bound 

Nothing heats up the night like a red-hot chili pepper in your drink. Head to The Cromwell’s Bound bar and order the Spicy Fifty, made with Stoli Vanil vodka, elderflower syrup, fresh lime juice, honey syrup and chili pepper.

cool down with year-round pools

We’ve been talking about all these fire-related topics, so we’re going to wrap it up with a cool down session. Swimming in winter? Really? Believe it or not, this is a real thing in Vegas. It may be winter but if you’re from the colder parts of the country, 50 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit is a walk in the park. Venus Pool at Caesars Palace, The Pool at The LINQ, and Paris Las Vegas’ Soleil Pool are all open year round. Plus, it’s great bragging rights on social media for all your friends who are freezing back home.

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I live for a crazy Vegas adventure, but not in ways you may think. Sure, our nightlife scene is all fun and dandy, but I love discovering all of the city's vegan options, relaxing in hotel rooms and seeing the best concerts - no matter how big or small the crowd may be. Since I've ditched the rain in Seattle two decades ago, I graduated from UNLV and covered Las Vegas entertainment articles for Vegas.com, the LA Times and our very own Total Vegas Blog. When I'm not writing, you'll find me spending time with my husband, toddler and two pets.

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