Elvis's favorite dessert, poolside eats, and 100 kinds of tequila
Friday, May 23rd - Sunday, May 25th: Rose.Rabbit.Lie. is changing things up for Memorial Day Weekend: they're throwing a “Mansion Party” at the Cosmopolitan with live entertainment in every room, custom-crafted cocktails, and a special show at midnight. Tickets are a steal at $30 in advance Continue Reading
Ongoing: CRUSH wants you to eat like a king… or, The King rather, so they're slinging a decadent dessert to celebrate the 50th anniversary of “Viva Las Vegas”. The Sweet Elvis is a twist on Elvis Presley’s favorite sandwich -- a flatbread topped with peanut butter, bacon bits, and banana slices with a drizzle of Nutella on top. Thank you very much!
Ongoing: The Commissary inside the Downtown Grand has debuted a brand-new collection of more than 100 unique and rare tequilas, which means – with prices ranging from $7 to $95 a shot -- there's something for everyone, including gratis tasting notes.
1. The Palazzo Las Vegas3325 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
2. The Cosmopolitan3708 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
3. Crazy Horse III3525 W Russell Rd, Las Vegas
4. Aria3730 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
5. Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
6. Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino3950 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
7. CRUSH3799 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
8. Downtown Grand Las Vegas206 N 3rd St, Las Vegas
This award-winning (Top 25 Hotels in US and Canada, World's Best, Forbes Four Star, AAA Five Diamond) hotel on the strip offers luxury and entertainment with shopping, restaurants, casinos, nightclubs, and more all on site.
Designed with dual 50-story spires, a 100,000 sq ft casino, and 3,000 rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows, the Cosmopolitan attracts freshly legal drinkers and club kids looking to party. And because you're just plain sick of staying in rooms that don't have their own private jacuzzi, give one of their five Premium Suites a try...
One of Vegas' premiere Gentleman's Clubs, Crazy Horse III is known for its crazy-sweet VIP packages, bachelor parties, and wild nightlife on the Strip.
With 61 stories of gleaming floor-to-ceiling windows, this chic, upscale resort is an entertainment mecca right in the heart of the Strip. Aria boasts an array of boutique fine-dining options -- ranging from Sage, helmed by James Beard Award-winning chef Shawn McClain to Michael Mina's cutting-edge French eatery Bardot Brasserie -- lounges, clubs, spas, and high-end stores.
The grandaddy of all Las Vegas casinos, Caesar's Palace is an icon in its own right. The massive Parthenon-like resort boasts regular rooms and deluxe fantasy suites, a cavernous and varied casino, premium shopping, live entertainment (ranging from Celine Dion to Elton John), and a conveniently located chapel should anyone have too much fun.
Plasma TVs, marble spa tubs, and a 12,000-seat event center with concerts like Iron Maiden and more make this a can't-miss Vegas hot spot. Hit the green on four different golf courses or if you're feeling lucky, try the Toptional™ Moorea Beach Club, which is exactly what it sounds like.
The MGM Grand plays host to this inviting and charming restaurant that focuses on creating intimate moments with shared food. Small plates and sharable portions are the hallmark of this relaxed space, which prides itself on having local ingredients and plenty of options for vegetarians, vegans, and the gluten free among us. A lengthy list of beers, wines, and craft cocktails is available to choose from, including the signature Punch, Drunk, Love which is served—you guessed it—family style. Two seating areas mean the space can hold many diners at once while still feeling intimate, and the relaxed furnishings are sure to put you at ease.
A staple in the Downtown hotel scene, the Grand features top of the line amenities with dozens of bars, restaurants, and entertainment options. The rooftop bar, Citrus, wants to project a little more vitamin C (or is it vitamin D?) into your life with the sunshine you'll find doing outdoors activities and relaxing by the pool area. There's cornhole, table tennis, and foosball to keep you busy among the trees and gardens. The bar that lines that patio has been transformed into a massive lemonade stand, with boozy concoctions and refreshing cocktails