Articles Written By: Aleza Freeman

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Welcome to Las Vegas sign goes solar

No offense, polar vortex, but if you’ve got it, flaunt it. Right? That seems to apply to the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign, which is scheduled to begin running on solar energy during a switch-flipping ceremony at 4:30 p.m. today. The iconic landmark is located in one of the…

Now open at The Linq Las Vegas

A handful of businesses are now open at The Linq, the $550 million entertainment district being built by Caesars Entertainment on the Las Vegas Strip. Tenants of the open-air, pedestrian-only district, located  in the corridor between The Quad and the Flamingo, began their debut in late December with the opening of Irish-themed gaming joint O’Sheas…

Vegas Experts: Fremont Street Experience Viva Vision light show

VEGAS.com Expert Aleza Freeman goes inside the control room at Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas and tries her hand at operating the Viva Vision canopy. The canopy is the world’s largest video screen, featuring customized light shows from legendary bands including its newest show, “The Who — Miles…

From flowers to gingerbread, the holidays are handcrafted at Wynn Las Vegas

Wynn Las Vegas has handcrafted a festive atmosphere this holiday season with impressive floral and gingerbread displays created by talented artisans. The luxury resort recently unveiled two large-scale floral installations in the atrium as well as a 3-foot gingerbread replica of the signature bronze hotel in the Wynn Buffet. Flower power (more…

Las Vegas spas offer ‘royal’ treatment

Diamonds in Vegas aren’t only on the playing cards — sometimes they’re also in the spa treatments. Many Las Vegas spas offer their guests serene services infused with luxurious offerings such as diamonds, gemstones, champagne and gold. Here are five ways you can enjoy the “royal” treatment the next time…

The holidays in Las Vegas bring spicy spa treatments

Spice up your holidays in Vegas with a merry little massage or serene spa treatment featuring the seasonal scents of peppermint, cinnamon and apple cider. Spas up and down the Las Vegas Strip are giving the gift of relaxation with a variety of winter specials. The gold & cinnamon season…

Where to shop during NFR in Las Vegas

If you’re headed to Vegas for the National Finals Rodeo, you’re sure to wrangle up great deals on Western wares and wear. Las Vegas is home to a heap of NFR shopping expos as well as some of the country’s best Western stores. Save on everything from hats and boots…

Photos: Liberace headlines on the Las Vegas Strip, again

Liberace has returned to headline on the Las Vegas Strip, but only temporarily. Now through Jan. 2, 2014, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas hosts “Too Much of a Good Thing Is Wonderful: Liberace and the Art of Costume.” The exhibit features extravagant costumes, elaborate candelabras, a rhinestone piano and a…

Sirens of TI sail into sunset, but ships to remain

With the recent announcement about the closure of  Sirens of TI at Treasure Island, rumors have been swirling as to what other changes might be underway for the pirate-themed Las Vegas Strip hotel. The saucy pirate show originally closed for a two-month hiatus on Oct. 20 as construction crews began…

The Ultimate Las Vegas Holiday Gift Guide 2013

Welcome to the 2013 edition of VEGAS.com’s Ultimate Vegas Holiday Gift Guide, your one-stop shop for holiday gifts for the Las Vegas lover. Perfume and lotion gift basket for mom? Tie and slippers for dad? Forget about it! Check out a holiday gift guide where it’s beginning to look a…

Caesars Palace Las Vegas adding holiday ice rink

You can practically skate the Strip this holiday season! Caesars Palace will offer the Las Vegas Strip’s third seasonal ice rink, opening sometime in early December. The Strip also houses The Ice Rink at Boulevard Pool at The Cosmopolitan and the skating rink at Winter in Venice, located at the Venetian and Palazzo.…