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Calling All Luxury Lovers: Indulge In The Finer Things In Vegas

Last updated: December 2, 2020 at 3:03 pm. Posted by in Things to Do in Las Vegas, Uncategorized. Comments Off on Calling All Luxury Lovers: Indulge In The Finer Things In Vegas.

This one goes out to all the ballers coming to Vegas: You got the ends to spend, so why wouldn’t you go all out in Sin City? And if you’re bringing company, even better.

Even if you’re more of a baller on a budget, this can be your dream bucket list when you do hit the jackpot. We rounded up a list of the most lavish things to do in Vegas. Here’s how to live it up to the absolute fullest:

splurge all day at The Forum Shops

Splurge in luxury at The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace

The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. Photo courtesy of Caesars Palace.

Your Vegas trip isn’t complete without a little sparkle, a new pair of heels or a stunning outfit that’ll get you noticed from a mile away. Head to The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace and splurge on the finest brands like Louis Vuitton, Christian Louboutin, Gucci and so much more. And if you still like to bargain shop, imagine how many outfits, shoes and accessories you’d score at the three-story H&M.

bite into a $777 meal at Burger Brasserie 

Bite into The 777 Burger Le Burger Brasserie at the Paris Las Vegas

The succulent 777 Burger at Le Burger Brasserie. Photo courtesy of Paris Las Vegas.

At Paris Las Vegas, you can order a burger for a whopping $777. The 777 Burger at Burger Brasserie comes with a surf and turf combination (Kobe beef and Maine lobster), caramelized sweet onions, prosciutto and French triple cream brie, drizzled with 100-year aged balsamic vinegar. Choice of buns include classic sesame seed, caramelized onion bun, aged Parmesan cheese or oven-dried tomato ciabatta.

But this alone isn’t what’s makes the cost $777. The burger comes with a bottle of Dom Perignon Champagne. What a way to wash down your fancy meal, right?

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Throw A Party In A High Roller Suite 

Las Vegas luxury hotel - Nobu Hotel Villa rooftop views

Check out this sweet view from the Nobu Hotel Villa. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

If you came to Vegas to party and you have the cash to spare, first thing’s first: Party

Whether you’re staying in any of the Caesars Palace villas (or the Nobu Hotel Villa, which costs a grand total of $35,000 a night!), you’ll enjoy everything from a massive living room and dining area to private pools and patios and the whole she-bang.

We also dig Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino’s Ultra Boulevard Suite. The 1,800-square-foot space comes with a unique suspended sofa or bird cage swing in its huge living room. We’re sure this swing on its own provides hours of fun.

Both The Cromwell’s Boulevard Suite and newly-renovated Harrah’s Las Vegas Valley Penthouse Suite add a bit of extra fun with game tables right in the room.

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Exotics Racing race cars at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Exotics Racing gives you the thrill of a lifetime. Photo courtesy of Exotics racing.

race your dream whip at Exotics Racing

Drive the car of your dreams – and at max speeds, too! At Exotics Racing at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, choose from a Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche, Audi, Corvette, Acura NSX, Mercedes-Benz, Aston Martin and more. A five-lap run starts at $199, or you can do a ride-along starting at $99 for two laps.

Call (702) 405-7223 for more info and to book your race.

Luxury Las Vegas - Caviar dish at Restaurant Guy Savoy inside Caesars Palace

Colors of Caviar at Restaurant Guy Savoy. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Guy Savoy’s Caviar Room

Caviar, you say? Why, certainly! The award-winning Restaurant Guy Savoy inside Caesars Palace offers an elegant Caviar Room. Dishes include Salmon Mi Cuit, Octopus Pot au Feu and Kushi oysters on the half shell, to name a few.

Loved Guy Savoy so much that you’re ready to spend even more dough on fine dining? We say dine at the restaurant’s six-seat Krug Chef’s Table. It’s one of the few in the entire world. You’ll get an intimate view of the kitchen and enjoy a tasting menu curated to pair perfectly with Krug’s prestige cuveé Champagnes. The dining experience includes a special 10-course menu based on seasonal ingredients.

Nobu Hotel's blueberry and Yozu Soba pancakes.

Blueberry and Yozu Soba pancakes are a delightful room service treat. Photo courtesy of Nobu Hotel.

Order Room Service (That Makes You Want To Stay In All Day) 

While we’re on the subject of food let’s talk room service, shall we? Whether you had a wild night and want to sleep all day or you’re perfectly content with lounging in your robe all day, room service truly comes to the rescue. In Vegas, you can have the best of it, too.

If you’re staying at Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace, they go big with fine dining room service. Nobu Hotel has a 24-hour room service where you’ll get quality restaurant-style cuisine from Chef Nobu’s exclusive room service menu. Blueberry and Yozu Soba pancakes are a great way to start your morning (or works great for brunch if you sleep in). Savory dishes are also available. To top off your meal, don’t forget to order a batch of green tea chocolate-dipped strawberries for dessert.

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Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Palace.

Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Palace. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Treat Your Face To Gold at Qua Baths & Spa

One of the fanciest services is the Golden Goddess Facial, which includes an exfoliation with Natura Bisse luxury skincare products, followed by a 24K gold mask by Knesko on the face, eyes, lips, neck, décolleté and hands for anti-aging and anti-inflammatory benefits. The service ends with a warm paraffin foot wrap.

Since it’s summertime another luxurious spa treatment would be a poolside massage.

Whatever you decide to do, you deserve to pamper yourself and indulge. Now go on – treat yo-self!

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