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Party like a Rockstar.Even Prince Harry hit the water in 2013 – Vegas and pool parties have a new-found hero status. Choose from an array of parties including Rehab at The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino to the more upmarket Encore at the Wynn with its top notch DJs and famous guests. Wet Republic at the MGM Grand is often packed with celebs lounging in cabanas by the 53,000sq ft pool.
Explore an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and attractions as the retail landscape of Las Vegas is transformed by the shimmering center-Strip shopping spectacle of the Grand Bazaar Shops™ Las Vegas. This much-anticipated retail attraction adjacent to Bally’s Las Vegas delivers big brand names, intimate boutiques and international flavors, all packed into a two-acre outdoor shopping promenade!
Families are increasingly well catered for in Las Vegas too. Circus Circus is a great hotel for kids, with daily big-top circus performances and America’s largest indoor theme park The Adventuredome its major draws. Excalibur Hotel is also hugely popular, not least for its Spongebob Squarepants 4D ride and Fun Dungeon video games arcade.
The Lied Discovery Children’s Museum in downtown Las Vegas is moving to a brand new cutting-edge facility, with even more hands-on interactive exhibits to keep the kids occupied, while back on the Strip, M&M’s World retail store is always a wide-eyed hit, though not quite as much as Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay where more than 2,000 animals including sharks, rare Golden Crocodiles and turtles are on display.
Despite its reputation for fast living and high rollin’ excess, Las Vegas is also a great destination for couples.
The breadth of the restaurant scene means dozens of options for an intimate tête-à-tête: try Le Cirque at Bellagio, Andre’s at Monte Carlo, or low-lit Sushi Roku inside the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace for starters.
Activities-wise, nothing can beat your very own Champagne picnic for two at the Grand Canyon, or a VIP overnight getaway with optional horseback ride and night at a Western-style ranch. Or opt for lazing around on deck all day, with a brunch, lunch or dinner cruise on Lake Mead.
Back in the city, there’s plenty of relaxing to be had at the Strip’s first-rate spas, with couple’s massages the order of the day at luxurious Vdara, home to one of the smaller, quieter hotel spas in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas is the weddings capital of the USA, so tying the knot in town is a piece of (wedding) cake. Whatever your budget and style, you can pick the perfect place for your big day from a wide range of venues and packages, whether you want somewhere small and intimate, grand and glitzy, or something downright wacky. Yes, you can even get married at a Drive-Thru chapel, on a Venetian gondola, aboard Treasure Island’s Pirate Ship or at the bottom of the Grand Canyon if that’s your thing.
Hotel options include a ‘Wedding in the Sky’ ceremony on the 103rd floor of the Stratosphere; in a flower-bedecked Gazebo at Tropicana’s four-acre garden, or a more traditional service at the opulent Legacy or Cherish wedding chapels at MGM Grand. Mandalay Bay has several venues to choose from, including the romantic Swan Court and Valley of the Falls, or even in the crystal-clear surroundings of Minus5 Ice Bar. And let’s not forget exclusive Bellagio, Wynn or The Venetian and their exquisite indoor and al fresco chapels, courtyards and salons. Choose from some fabulous bedrooms and suites if you’re coming purely for your post-wedding holiday, like those at the Four Seasons, THEHotel at Mandalay Bay, Caesars Palace and Palazzo.
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Stag & Hen Party. The night starts when you are picked up by you VIP host and personal limousine, stocked with your favourite bottles and mixers. You’ll then be whisked off on a tour of the Strip to see the sights including the famous Las Vegas sign before dinner at the restaurant of your choice (call for details). After dinner, see a Las Vegas show, then it is time to party the night away at the nightclub of your choice. No queues, VIP all the way.
Visit some of the hottest clubs in the world on The Vegas VIP Club Tour. Meet your VIP hosts at one of the premiere ultra lounges in Las Vegas before hopping on board a luxurious limousine party bus with bartender on board. Enjoy a full open bar whilst being whisked around to three of the hottest A-list clubs in Vegas. No need to worry about waiting in long lines or expensive cover charges, your VIP baby, all the way!
Viva Las Vegas! Perhaps the film that epitomises the Vegas kitsch of the 1960s heyday, Viva Las Vegas features Elvis Presley and a song you’ll undoubtedly hear at least once during your visit. In recent years, Vegas has been a scene-stealer in a many a film, from Ocean’s Eleven remake starring George Clooney and Brad Pitt, to the wild stag night antics of The Hangover.
Vegas Shows. From magicians to iconic music super-stars to eight Cirque du Soleil® shows and Can-Can high kicks, Vegas will keep you entertained. Shows traditionally take place in the hotels surrounding the strip. Be amazed as performers contort and flip in front of you, perform magic tricks, dance in exotic costumes or belt out your favourite tune. With shows by David Copperfield, Celine Dion, Elton John and Donny and Marie Osmond, as well as the magnificent Cirque du Soleil® shows, you are truly spoilt for choice.
Explore Themed Resorts. One thing you’ll notice in Vegas is the sheer number of themed hotels on ‘The Strip’. From medieval castles to roman cities, exotic lands to iconic city skylines, you can easily travel around the world and through time visiting the many casinos and resorts along ‘The Strip’.
Like the eclectic range of entertainment available in Vegas, there is a wide range of golf experiences to be enjoyed.
Arroyo Golf Club is an Arnold Palmer signature course, boasting stunning views of Red Rock Canyon and the city of Las Vegas.
Situated 30 minutes north of Las Vegas is the Paiute Resort, home to three Dye designed courses; Sun Mountain, Snow Mountain and Wolf. Each offers a challenging, but ultimately enjoyable, round.
The Desert Pines course is located just 10 minutes from the world famous Strip, but gives the golfer a Carolina style course with thousands of pine trees.
TPA Las Vegas has posted PGA events so offers you the chance to golf where the pros play.
Please Note: Hotels will require a credit card imprint when checking in to cover incidental charges. Charges will vary from hotel to hotel. One person must be aged 21 years and over in each room.