What could be easier than flights to Las Vegas? Sin City is a great place to spend a couple of days, though we would recommend no more than three. Throughout the month of October you can stay at the MGM for a mere $85 per night. Enjoy the floor to ceiling windows as you get ready to hit the strip. If you’re paying just $85 per night, you would think the room is small, right? Think again, because the smallest option is 540 square feet.
Wynn Las Vegas debuts an all-new consumer website, WynnLasVegas.com, which gives travelers the opportunity to fully explore the resort’s offerings via a comprehensive gallery. Succinct navigation will help travelers explore the hotel’s amenities and easily make informed decisions about rooms, restaurant choices and show reservations before booking the journey to Viva Las Vegas!
Unlike many hotel websites, WynnLasVegas.com has extensive galleries of room types, with photos that are augmented by text descriptions with descriptive details. Other photo galleries offer choices of restaurant venues; videos are also offered throughout the entertainment section of the site.
The website also provides visitors an authoritative overview of Wynn Las Vegas and Encore with a guided tour by Steve Wynn. In addition, the site contains exclusive interviews with top fashion designers Oscar de la Renta, Manolo Blahnik and Laurence Graff, providing visitors personal insight about Wynn’s collection of luxury retailers.
For more information or to make reservations, click here.
Jet setting to Vegas New Year’s Day for the opening of Hyde Bellagio sounds like a perfect was to start the year. On New Year’s Day, join Hyde Bellagio at 5:oo p.m. for their grand opening celebration featuring three-time Grammy Award winner DJ Paul Oakenfold, small plates from Circo and award-winning mixology cocktails served by white tuxedo clad butlers. Reserve one of 40 VIP tables, including some on Hyde terrace overlooking the famous fountains at Bellagio Las Vegas. Cover charge begins at 10:00 p.m. with $30 cover for women and $50 for men.
For more information, call 702-693-8700 or click here.
Get your tickets and go to Vegas, baby! Allegiant Air is offering $30 tickets each way from Mesa to Vegas, when you purchase by October 16th. Discount travel is available November 17 through February 14 (Viva Las Valentine’s getaway?). The new service, beginning November 17th, will run six times per week from the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport in Mesa. For just $30, it’s worth the drive to the EV (East Valley). Though the fare is cheap, Allegiant is known for charging for everything else, but we think it’s worth it for the quick trip to Vegas and back. Check their website for more info and to book here.
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In need of a Las Vegas retreat but want avoid a “Hangover” situation? Want to expand your horizons in Sin City without the hassle of planning all the sin yourself? Let the new website Galavantier be your personal travel agent and show you the best of the city and more.
The team at Galavantier does all the planning for you (except airfare – you’re on your own to get there) by putting together a detailed itinerary for each travel experience with activities centered on a particular theme. Whether it be a Guy’s Getaway or Luxury Mixed with Adventure you’re looking for, Galvantier is a unique deal site with a limited number of upscale getaway packages to Vegas at a bargain. Just find a weekend that fits your schedule and desires, put it in your shopping cart, checkout and it’s Viva Las Vegas, baby!
Currenty, Galavantier is only offering Las Vegas weekend deals, with Arizona and California destinations coming soon.
What does 180 million get you in Las Vegas these days? Well, if you ask the fine folks at the formerly famous (and now hopefully trendy) Tropicana Hotel, it will give you a complete hotel remodel and a monstrous new beach club from the world-renowned night club brand, Nikki Beach which opened over Memorial Day Weekend with a blowout “White Party”. In an effort to live up to the ever rising resort expectations of Sin City, the hotel, which opened opened in 1957, was a Vegas destination featured in films like Viva Las Vegas and Diamonds are Forever. It was even mentioned in the Godfather Part II which solidified its place in history, but not necessarily among the hot, new resorts that kept popping up on the strip like multimillion dollar weeds on a very adult playground.
Cue the transformation.
Now, the Tropicana Hotel is hard to miss when driving down the strip. With an entirely new (and bright white) exterior, new rooms, a new spa and updated fitness center, new retail, new restaurants and the opening of the world’s largest Nikki Beach Club, it seems the Tropicana adopted the American mantra, “newer is better” and left no detail in the dust. With the goal to “bring the best of South Beach to the heart of Las Vegas”, this is not your mother’s Tropicana Hotel. Bring your bathing suit, some sun block and drink something out of a coconut because Miami just met Vegas and it’s now only a 30 minute plane-ride away. Check out photos of the “Hot” new joint after the jump.