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Vegas New Year’s Guide: 2015 With A View

Last updated: December 13, 2016 at 1:33 pm. Posted by in The LINQ, Things to Do in Las Vegas. 2 Comments on Vegas New Year’s Guide: 2015 With A View.

Las Vegas attraction - High Roller on New Year's Eve in Las Vegas
Ideal for: activity and attraction seekers, those who want to experience a real Vegas New Year’s weekend but not necessarily in a nightclub

There are plenty of amazing places in Vegas to snap photos, but choosing a place to watch the Strip’s legendary annual fireworks show raises the stakes this New Year’s Eve.

Top Picks:

High Roller at The Linq
The world’s largest observation wheel will run normally (rides every 30 minutes) until 7 p.m. on December 31. It will then close to prepare for the night’s cabin buyouts—the ultimate way to ring in the new year! There are plenty of all-inclusive packages for your party that will likely be a bargain compared to some other parties and bottle service nightclubs. To book your VIP cabin, call (702) 322-0537 or email highrollersales@caesars.com

777 Package
Apex Midnight Firework viewing
Full Premium Bar/ Champagne included
Priority Boarding
25 ppl to capacity
Personal Guest Service Escort
Cupcakes on Board
Price: $5,000 all inclusive

Diamond Package
Midnight Firework viewing
Full Premium Bar/ Champagne included
Priority Boarding
25 ppl to capacity
Personal Guest Service Escort
Price: $3,500 all inclusive

Platinum Package
Midnight Firework viewing
Champagne Toast
Priority Boarding
40 ppl to capacity
Personal Guest Service Escort
Price: $2,500 all inclusive

Eiffel Tower Experience
You’ll be 460 feet up in the heart of the Strip at Pari’s famed, half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower. The picturesque scene and 360 degree view is ideal for taking in the epic fireworks display.
• From 11 p.m.-midnight, ticketholders will enjoy endless Moet & Chandon Champagne at the event, which runs until 1 a.m.
• Package also includes two 8×6 photographs
• Reserve your spot by visiting the Eiffel Tower Box Office at Paris
• $195 per person
• Eiffel Tower Restaurant, just one floor below, is a convenient pick for your last dinner of 2014.

Voodoo Steakhouse and Lounge
Staying at Rio? The stunning rooftop Voodoo Steakhouse will provide some of the best views up and down the Strip as far as the eye can see.

Steakhouse
• $249.00 per person non window seating
• $299.00 per person window seating
• Reservations can be made by calling 702-866-1102 or 702-731-7778 or by e-mailing LVCityWideRestaurantGroupSales@Caesars.com
• Package includes
table for the night
dinner, taxes and gratuities
two premium cocktails or glasses of wine per person, non-alcoholic beverages, party favors, souvenir menus
access to patio 50 to view the fireworks show
champagne toast at midnight
access to the Voodoo Lounge after midnight

Lounge
• $250 Entry, includes open bar
• $125 Entry, NO OPEN BAR
• 10 different table packages ranging from $600 – $10,000
• Doors open at 8pm, first come first serve – reservations recommended, but not required
• Firework show

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A 15-year Las Vegas resident, Emma Trotter has worked in the media industry since 2006, with a focus on entertainment journalism and celebrity news. Holding a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism & Media Studies from University of Nevada, Las Vegas, she has worked as a copywriter, editor, writer, reporter, blogger and produced several photo shoots for local lifestyle magazines. A true advocate of the city's diverse offerings and glitzy lifestyle, Emma has promoted Las Vegas extensively, whether writing about its top hidden gems, to exploring its rich, fascinating history or covering Las Vegas’s social scene and real estate, fashion, beauty, nightlife, dining and profiling the top influential executives.

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2 Responses

  1. katrina dye

    Is there any place that is family friendly to watch the fireworks?

  2. Emma Trotter

    Hi Katrina, yes there are a few. Obviously anyone can be outside on Las Vegas Boulevard or at the outdoor LINQ district watching the fireworks, but do you mean more of an actual venue?