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Beat The Heat With Indoor Las Vegas Fun And Entertainment

Last updated: July 2, 2019 at 7:42 pm. Posted by in Things to Do in Las Vegas. No Comments on Beat The Heat With Indoor Las Vegas Fun And Entertainment.

Here’s a secret you might not know: It gets hot in Las Vegas in the summertime. And while nobody does pool season like Vegas, there are plenty of other ways to beat the heat in the desert. There is, perhaps, no better city in the world to find indoor entertainment than this one. How do you keep cool in Las Vegas? We present to you some of our favorite indoor Las Vegas fun and entertainment options. Go, play, and remember… hydrate!

Caesars Palace

Keep cool in Las Vegas and stroll through The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace

You can’t buy this area of The Forum Shops, but you can take a picture here and get those likes on social. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace

At Caesars Palace, you can shop ’til you drop at The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. Luxury shoppers can choose from 160 specialty stores and buy everything from clothing to computers. And don’t forget about all the other attractions at the stunning mall. The Fall of Atlantis animatronic show utilizes talking robotic statues to tell a mythic tale, light show and all. There’s also a 50,000-gallon aquarium. Even if you aren’t in the mood to purchase anything, a trip here will certainly up your selfie game.

Keeping it cool and grab some drinks with friends at Montecristo Cigar Bar

Swank spot at Montecristo Cigar Bar. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

A Drink With Friends

For those looking to get out of the sun and get into a “man cave,” check out the Montecristo Cigar Bar. The 4,000-square-foot space offers multiple rooms with different vibes, stellar whiskeys, small bites, sports on the big screens, and of course, some of the best stogies around.

Lastly, spend some time at Vanderpump Cocktail Garden from reality TV queen, Lisa Vanderpump. Though it’s indoors, it will transport you to a landscape and feeling all its own. It’s perfect for those who want to sip on a fancy cocktail and snap some social media pics.

Rio all-suite hotel & casino

Check out the The Wall Gaming Lounge at Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino

The Wall Gaming Lounge at Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

GAME ON

Head over to the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino and get in the game(s). First, for those who want to combine the hardcore attitude of miniature golf with the rebellious nature of rock’n’roll, there’s KISS by Monster Mini Golf where you can use your love gun, aka putter, to rock ’n’ hole-in-one all night and PARty every day.

Then head over to The Wall Restaurant & E-Sports Lounge where you can enjoy some tasty bites while destroying your virtual enemy in your e-game of choice. Finally, commemorate your dominance with some ink courtesy of Count’s Tattoo Company. That’s a gnarly day.

Planet Hollywood resort & casino

Stay indoors and keep cool in Las Vegas, shop the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood

Shop where even the sky is indoors. Miracle Mile Shops. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Shop ‘Til You Drop

Shoppers, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino is the place for you. The Miracle Mile Shops measure 1.2 miles worth of storefronts, eateries and theaters. H&M, M-A-C Cosmetics and Urban Outfitters are just a few of the name brands guests will find as they stroll about the mall. Plus, for those who miss being outside, look up at the sky facade and enjoy a “rainstorm” every now and again. Caesars Entertainment does have some of the best shopping on the Las Vegas Strip.

The Playing Field Lounge

Let’s call it sports book swag at The Playing Field Lounge. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Place A Bet

Sports fans, make sure to visit The Playing Field Lounge, a sports book taken to the next level. Guests can root on their favorite teams on the 55 flat screen televisions and get yard-long beers on draft while experiencing the swank surroundings. There are also two jumbo screens and a VIP area. And after the games are over, the party continues as the lounge stays open deep into the night.

The Cromwell

Caesars Curated Tour experience, take a cooking class at GIADA restaurant.

Develop your chef skills with some fresh ingredients at GIADA. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Experts welcome

For those looking to learn a few things and get some expert training, The Cromwell offers multiple options. Gastronomes can delight in meals they help prepare under the guidance of the chefs at GIADA with a Vegas Curated experience. And once fully plated, they will enjoy the fruits of their labor with the aforementioned chefs. Meanwhile, those who prefer to make beverages can learn from the experts at Bound Bar by taking the Mixology Master Class. Enjoy all of these experiences with Vegas Curated.

Flamingo

Flair bartending is way better than your morning cardio routine. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

The Flair up there

Continue your journey into mixology expertise with another Vegas Curated experience. At Flamingo Las Vegas, guests can flock over to Bird Bar and up their bartending game with some swagger. Learn the intricacies of flair bartending and take some new, sick moves back home with you as you twist, twirl, flip and flop bottles. Who knows? Maybe you’ll create the next tasty bird themed cocktail. Rowdy cardinal, anyone?

Harrah’s

Big Elvis performs at Harrah's Las Vegas

Big Elvis, aka Pete Vallee, performs your favorite hits at The Piano Bar. Photo Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Fools Rush in

The King lives – at least his spirit does – at Harrah’s Las Vegas. Pete Vallee plays the hits of Elvis Presley as you’ve never seen them before. He is Big Elvis – the icon who impersonates The Icon. Catch the “Devil in Disguse” perform Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 2 PM – 6 PM at The Piano Bar and get “All Shook Up.”

The LINQ hotel + experience

Party with Mr. Lucky at O'shea's Casino

It’s always a party at O’Sheas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

The Party is here

There is plenty of indoor entertainment at The LINQ Hotel + Experience and The LINQ Promenade. Start at O’Sheas where it’s always a party and guests can gamble on traditional table games or gamble on their own party game skills and play beer pong. Part Irish pub, part casino and a party leprechaun, what more do you need?

Tattoo'd America at The LINQ Promenade

Tattoo’d America is all about tattoos and America. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

With locations in Arizona, San Francisco and Las Vegas, Club Tattoo is always a trendy choice for your tattoo, body piercing and jewelry desires. After you get your new ink, head over to Tattoo’d America, an interactive attraction that celebrates all things body art. There are 21 separate experiences that include games, installations and of course, backgrounds for selfies. Body art, body painting and tattoos are all given their due here.

Indoor entertainment at The Book at the LINQ Hotel + Experience

The Book has more beer then your house and Xboxes too Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Get yourself – and a bunch of sports-loving buddies – a fan cave at The Book. Each of the 12 spaces has its own 98-inch TV, two 49-inch TVs, an Xbox, game consoles and VR. There’s also bottle service plus food from Sticky Chicken that will be delivered right to you, so you don’t have to miss a minute of your favorite game.

Stop by VR Adventures and get transported into 3-D virtual worlds that are so real, you’ll wonder if you are in a simulation. Then again, is life a simulation? Maybe, but if it is, we at least found ways to keep cool and have fun while the sun beats down during the summer months.

Bally’s las vegas

Las Vegas indoor attraction, the Real Bodies exhibit at Bally's Las Vegas

Talk about split personalities. Real Bodies at Ballys. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Mini Golf And Exhibits

Get your strokes in and see the innards of someone who might have had a stroke at one point at Bally’s Las Vegas.

Play the freakiest, creepiest, most other-worldly miniature golf at Twilight Zone by Monster Mini Golf. Enjoy 18 holes inspired by the classic television show, which will transport you to other dimensions. Meanwhile, the Real Bodies exhibition takes a scientific peek into the human being and all the systems that make the species run, literally and figuratively, using real human specimens. Check out all our Las Vegas attractions on the Las Vegas strip.

Nobu Hotel

Pedal to the Metal (or Medal)

Why sweat outdoors when you can sweat indoors in air-conditioned comfort? The Nobu Fitness Center features the latest exercise craze, the Peloton Bike. The bike is stationary, but the technology takes the rider to worlds away. You can choose from a variety of live and on-demand cycling classes that allow you to receive instruction from just about anywhere around the globe. As you exercise, you receive the instructions on the equipment’s live monitor. What a ride!

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Jason is originally from the great state of New Jersey. That’s right – great! He’s lived in Las Vegas on and off for the past 20 years, which he also rates as top notch. As a pop culture fanatic, he loves concerts, great food, offbeat adventures and movies. He has written for too many publications to mention, has sold a few screenplays and is immersed in the creative world.

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