Hotels

A Wynn-Wynn situation: Stay in a luxurious villa or duplex

We are big fans of Wynn Las Vegas. What’s not to love? We instantly feel fancy simply by walking through the elegant property. The resort’s beautiful atrium and the pool speak for themselves. Additionally, most restaurants have amazing views of waterfalls or the hotel’s sprawling golf course. (Bonus: Vegans can enjoy dining options at every restaurant,…

Live the luxe life at the Nobu Villa

Want to roll like a high roller? If you just hit Megabucks or happen to have a spare $35,000 (per night), you can stay in the Nobu Villa at the Nobu Hotel inside Caesars Palace. The 10,300-square-foot villa, designed by Rockwell Group, features a 4,700-square-foot outdoor terrace with a barbecue, bar, lounge chairs,…
Almost Vegas: Las Vegas hotels that never were

Almost Vegas: Las Vegas hotels that never were

Just when you thought Vegas had it all, did you know we were supposed to have The Moon and Titanic, too? While we do have a planetarium and a Titanic attraction, the hotel versions never made it to the Las Vegas Strip. These are just a couple of the botched — yet interesting — Las…
Suite symphony: See these over-the-top Vegas hotel suites

Suite symphony: See these over-the-top Vegas hotel suites

Ever wonder how high rollers and VIPs live it up, Vegas style? We do. Take a peek inside these VIP Las Vegas suites that offer the crème de la crème of services, amenities and overall surroundings — true baller status. Private pool? Check. Your own butler? Check. Stunning views, top-of-the line technology…
Monte Carlo announces new 5,000-seat theater

Monte Carlo announces new 5,000-seat theater

The Monte Carlo will soon be welcoming some of music’s hottest acts at a 5,000-seat theater to be built on the property. MGM Resorts International today announced plans for the theater, which is scheduled to open near the end of 2016. It will offer dynamic seating that allows for transformation…
10 of the Best Las Vegas Chandeliers

10 of the Best Las Vegas Chandeliers

They’re glittery. They’re glamorous. They’re excellent for staring at while you stroll through a casino right before you slam into a slot machine because you weren’t looking where you were going. In a city with this many lights, you’d better believe we know how to make a ceiling shine. These…
The best hotels in Vegas for: Bargain hunters

The best hotels in Vegas for: Bargain hunters

It’s time again to return to our series about finding the best hotels in Vegas for various types of visitors. This week’s topic strikes a personal chord with me because I like to make the most of my money whenever I travel. I’m not ashamed to admit it. I’m a…
The best hotels in Vegas for: Families

The best hotels in Vegas for: Families

We’re back again and returning to our series about picking the perfect hotel for your Vegas visit. Everyone knows this is the kind of choice that can make or break your vacation. And if you’re traveling to Sin City with children, well, there’s even more pressure to make the right…
Make a suite escape to The Venetian in Las Vegas

Make a suite escape to The Venetian in Las Vegas

Now we know what you’re thinking just from reading the title of this blog post, “How many times will the writer use the homonym ‘suite’ for ‘sweet’?” Answer: As many times as possible. You see, we’re sweet on the remodeled suites at The Venetian, and we won’t try to hide…

The best hotels in Vegas for: Adrenaline junkies

What was the last thrill you had in your life? If you answered nabbing a pull-through parking spot at the grocery store (and that is a glorious feeling), then it’s a good thing you’re coming to Vegas. Just being in Sin City can deliver a much-needed adrenaline boost. As it…

The best hotels in Vegas for: Luxury lovers

When you’re picking out a hotel for a trip to Vegas, does your must-have checklist look something like this? ▢ A privileged lifestyle experience. ▢ An exclusive level of personal service. ▢ An award-winning restaurant (or two, or three). ▢ An indulgent spa. After taking a break for the holidays,…

Vegas hotels for tech-savvy travelers

Hello, techies…welcome to Vegas! For those of you with non-geek brains, the International Consumer Electronics Show – also known as CES or, better yet, the World Cup of technology – is booting up for its annual appearance in Vegas. From Jan. 6 – 9, the latest and greatest developments in…

New limo fleet has Vegas visitors seeing green

When you come to Vegas, you see green all around. There’s the green you win in the casinos. And lots of putting greens. Now there are green limousines. Well, really they’re silver. But the 26, 72-inch Lincoln Town Cars are powered by compressed natural gas, one of the cleanest burning alternative fuels available. Natural gas…

What a rush: Golden Nugget to open new tower

The Golden Nugget in downtown Las Vegas will open its $150 million Rush Tower in November 2009, adding almost 500 new rooms (as seen in the photo above) to the site. The Rush Tower will also introduce the Chart House Aquarium restaurant, offering a signature menu and a 50,000-gallon tropical aquarium. The…