Hotels In Hotels Las Vegas

Friday, 21 June 2019 by

One of the most overlooked accommodations in Las Vegas is individual hotels within larger casino-resorts. These individual hotel towers are usually away from the action of the main casino and hotel but have easy access to the fun. These boutique hotels often have a different level of services and separate amenities.   Being away from

Linq Casino and Hotel has seen a lot of changes since it was the Imperial Palace. The property opened as The Quad in 2012 before becoming The Linq in 2014. The name has seemingly changed again. It’s now known as “The LINQ Experience + Casino.”  

The sportsbooks at Caesars Palace and The Linq might look different the next time you visit Las Vegas. Recent partnerships with Turner/Bleacher Report and ESPN call for additions at each property. Caesars Palace recently debuted a Bleacher Report themed broadcast studio. Next year, The Linq will open a broadcast studio for ESPN.  

The Cromwell is one of the best casinos for gamblers on the Vegas Strip. They recently reminded me that they’re also a great place for day drinkers visiting Las Vegas. On May 9, they tweeted about a price drop for their drink specials.  

The Venetian is 20 years old and is ready for you to party! The casino resort is kicking off a “Year of Celebrations.” This is an invitation for guests to celebrate any special occasions throughout the year with friends and family at The Venetian and The Palazzo.  

Casino owner and developer Derek Stevens will introduce Circa Sports in June. The new sportsbook venture will debut in downtown Las Vegas on June 1. The Nevada Gaming Commission recently approved Stevens’ Circa Sports license, which includes launching its first location – a sportsbook at Golden Gate Hotel & Casino on June 1.  

For new visitors, the “Welcome To Fabulous Las Vegas” sign is a must-see tourist attraction. Gift shops all over town are celebrating the 60th anniversary of the “Welcome To Fabulous Las Vegas” sign with discounts on different memorabilia.  

Janet Jackson recently launched her headlining Las Vegas residency, Metamorphosis, at the Park Theater inside Park MGM. Celebrities in attendance for the opening night included Queen Latifah, Gabrielle Union, Magic Johnson, Hailee Steinfeld, Eve, Yvette Nicole Brown, and Jackson’s longtime producer Jimmy Jam.  

The shows at all Caesars Entertainment properties in Las Vegas have been on the move all year. We’ve tried to cover the Caesars show shuffle but it’s almost impossible to keep up. It looks like things might be under control for one Caesars property in Las Vegas.  

Drew Las Vegas 2022

Thursday, 16 May 2019 by

Drew Las Vegas is scheduled to open in 2022. There have been promises of a new north Vegas Strip for years. Unfortunately not much has changed since Sahara reopened as SLS Las Vegas in 2014. Progress on the area between Wynn and the Stratosphere has been off and on but mostly off.  

Las Vegas is for Meat Lovers

Wednesday, 15 May 2019 by

The report from starts off with “(w)ith one “meatery” for every 3,937 residents, there’s no better city in America for meat lovers than Las Vegas.” When you put it that way, there’s no better place in America for meat lovers than Las Vegas.  

Las Vegas has become one of the best cities for foodies in the US. Unfortunately, there’s one meal that’s often forgotten when chefs are creating delicious and decadent menus. A great breakfast is often omitted in a town that cherishes great dinners at night and brunch during the day.  

Trends In Vegas Entertaiment

Wednesday, 08 May 2019 by

Every year the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority releases a Visitor Profile of tourists traveling to Las Vegas for business and pleasure. There’s a lot of information in the report and it can be quite overwhelming. I like to remove certain sections to make it easier to digest. Today, we’ll look at shows and

You have about a year to pay your respects to the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. The property will become Virgin Hotels Las Vegas in 2020.   This purchase isn’t exactly news. Virgin Hotels announced that they were looking to get into Las Vegas back in 2017. Speculation immediately circled around the Hard Rock being

R.U.N to Luxor this Fall

Wednesday, 01 May 2019 by

Las Vegas production shows are in chaos right now. Customer preferences are changing and shows of all sizes in Las Vegas are trying to keep up. Shows open and close with regularity so it isn’t much of a surprise that we haven’t seen a big new show lately. Well, that’s about to change.  

Las Vegas pools are an attraction of their own. Mandalay Bay has a beach, MGM Grand has a lazy river, Caesars Palace has multiple pools for every occasion – including swim-up blackjack. The newest pool scene in Las Vegas is at Palms. This pool complex has a performance stage, DJ stage, 65-foot tall statue, and

Japanese Spring at Bellagio

Thursday, 25 April 2019 by

Bellagio is home to two of the very best free attractions in Las Vegas. The iconic Bellagio Fountain Show is always a must see outside of the casino. When you head inside the luxurious casino-resort just walk through the lobby to the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden.  

Wynn Las Vegas has a new website and has taken to booking new types of entertainment. Wynn has been dabbling in limited engagement concerts for a few years now. They have more than ever this year. Now they’re tackling the world of standup comedy with a slew of shows added recently.  

Delano Las Vegas is one of the best hidden in plain sight secrets in Vegas. You may be familiar with the boutique hotel tower at Mandalay Bay that was once called “The Hotel.” Delano is also operated by MGM Resorts but is somewhat independent of Mandalay Bay.  

Fans of The Hunger Games books and movies will be able to dive into a new exhibition at MGM Grand. The Hunger Games: The Exhibition opens in The District at MGM Grand this May. The new exhibition has plenty of features from The Hunger Games: a fully-immersive archery training experience new interactive installations set decoration