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Vegas Must Dos for January 2016

Vegas Must Dos for January 2016

Ah, a new year is upon us and that means that we have a new chance to make questionable decisions… at least that’s how we view this opportunity here in Vegas. Year after year, we throw the same parties, eat at our favorite restaurants and party at our go-to club.…
Who Are You? Exploration through art at P3 Studio

Who Are You? Exploration through art at P3 Studio

Here’s all you really need to know about what’s happening inside P3 Studio at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas: You will become immortalized in the artist’s work. This is not your average Vegas art exhibit, peeps. There aren’t any suits and ties, no rooms that are so silent you’re afraid…
How to beat the Vegas summer heat

How to beat the Vegas summer heat

“Sure, Vegas is hot but it’s a dry heat.” Don’t you just love when people say that? Like 105 degrees is somehow not HOT. Just because we don’t have much humidity in the desert, doesn’t mean we don’t need to find ingenious ways to keep cool. We had our own version…

Father’s Day the Vegas way

Step away from the grill, this will NOT be another typical day with your dad. Vegas has just about anything you could ever want to try, see, or eat. So on this Father’s Day, you should treat dad like the man he was before he had to change diapers and…

What we love about Vegas Nocturne at Rose.Rabbit.Lie

Here at Vegas.com, we love Vegas Nocturne at Rose. Rabbit. Lie. We’ve seen all sorts of shows, had drinks at many, many bars and clubs, and dined at the finest restaurants in Las Vegas. Yet, somehow, we fell under some sort of spell when we first stepped into the octagonal…

Lounge your way to live music in Vegas

You come to Las Vegas for the glitz, the excitement, the rush of risking it all.  Sometimes, though, it’s nice to step back from the eager tourists carrying drinks by the yard and enjoy a quality cocktail or two while listening to live music. I’m not talking lounges with DJs…

Bruno Mars opens The Chelsea at Cosmopolitan in Vegas

The energy was high opening night of Bruno Mars at The Chelsea in the Cosmopolitan and it never waned throughout a 75-minute performance. Grammy award-winning artist Mars opened the vintage-inspired concert venue with a sold-out concert delivering what he does best: an electric performance that included his hits and original…

Mexican Independence Day a fiesta in Las Vegas

Mexican Independence Day has grown into quite the fiesta in Las Vegas – some say even bigger than Cinco de Mayo. Whether you’re looking for some great Mexican food, live music or a boxing match starring one of Mexico’s best fighters, Las Vegas offers plenty to choose from. Events The One: Mayweather vs.…

Las Vegas’ Marquee Dayclub is electric

Marquee Dayclub is back for the 2012 pool season, bringing back the non-stop party atmosphere it came to be known for last year. You can have yourself a raucous beach club experience, partying under the sun with some of the best resident DJs on the planet. You can chill poolside…

Picture yourself here

Whether you’re an avid planker, or you want to get the perfect Facebook profile picture or just want to impress your friends and prove that “Yes, I was there,” there are many spots in Vegas for breathtaking, silly or otherwise unique portrait opportunities. Here is but a sampling of locations:…

Beckley brings creativity and fun to shopping

What girl doesn’t like shopping? Combine shopping, savory bites, hair and make-up touch-ups, style-consulting and free goodies and you have the party of the year. My friend and I attended the Beckley shopping event at The Shops at Cosmopolitan last night and boy, did we have a blast. Not only…

Lounging around Vegas

By Caroline Fontein VEGAS.com During the ’50s and ’60s casino lounges provided the majority of entertainment at hotels on the Las Vegas Strip. While there were some recurring production shows in operation including “The Lido” at the Stardust and “Minsky’s Follies,” which opened as the first topless show on the Strip…

Comme Ça: A modern French brasserie

Far be it for me to ever complain about another French brasserie-style restaurant in Las Vegas. But already home to such restaurants as Mon Ami Gabi,  Morels and Bouchon, Las Vegas isn’t hurting for French brasseries. However, I find Comme Ça fills both my desire to have delicious French food and an inspiring atmosphere.…

Vegas gambles on public art

By Jorge Labrador VEGAS.com There is a new wave of headliners in Las Vegas. You won’t see their names on the Las Vegas Strip’s big marquees, even though some of them are known around the world. You won’t find them in the city’s showrooms, theaters or lounges. Instead, you can…

Weekender: Ring in the New Year in Vegas

Las Vegas has become one of the premier destinations to ring in the New Year. Year after year Vegas features some of the best parties and names to help say goodbye to the year that was and keeps the celebration rolling through the weekend. For evenmore New Year’s events, check…

Photo tour of the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

Located at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, The Cosmopolitan is Las Vegas’ newest resort. It features a 100,000-square-foot casino, 2,995 rooms, 36,000 square feet of shops, 10 restaurants and a buffet, the Marquee nightclub, a 43,000-square-foot spa and three pools. Enjoy a tour of the Cosmopolitan through this…

Cosmopolitan an intriguing new entry on the Vegas Strip

The Cosmopolitan surprised me. There, I’ve said it. As I headed over to the press tour today, I was prepared for a routine Las Vegas hotel press preview with lots of hype, but very little real payout. After attending more than 30 hotel premieres stretching back to the Excalibur, I’ve…