Once an isolated desert, has now transformed into a radiant city which is considered to be the most luxurious place on the face of the planet. There is much more to do in Las Vegas beyond the strips. Discover the local flare and natural beauty by spending your day as described below:
Kick off the day in typical Vegas style at Le Village Buffet. Classical French foods are served such as crepes and brie cheese with local peel and eat jumbo shrimp.
Before leaving Paris (Paris Las Vegas) take the lift to the top of the replica of Eiffel tower for aerial views of the strip. Stay a little longer to catch the performances of the Bellagio fountain, old school yet an essential Las Vegas experience.
It’s time to burn some calories. Meander in the City Centre of the Las Vegas, an array of elite hotels, malls and casinos, which is by far the strip’s most valuable possession.
Polished metal, glittering glass and smooth stone highlights the wonderful architecture of the Asia Resort & Casino. High limit tables tempt the gamblers, while the Swiss lounges are brimmed with socialites.
Rent a car and throttle to the Red Rock Canyon which is 35km from the strip. This conservatory protects a rocky cliff which is 1000m tall.
The area is also a home to a 22-km long splendid drive which provides access to a pool of hiking trails. The artificial glaze of the strip comes nowhere close to seeing a canyon cladding up with soft-shaded nightfall.
Before returning to the strip, have a laugh with the welcoming locals at Stoney’s Rocking
Country. Along with boozing you can enjoy dancing lessons. You will love to watch the Cirque du Soleil. If the theatre is not your thing, there is always Bellagio’s aquatic show to the rescue.
Vegas best caters to the nocturnal droves. Enjoy a cocktail at Ghost bar, a 55th floor courtyard with an ethereal glow.
Bellagio’s Bank has got an edge over the varied clubs. The elegant vibes make this place standout. If you crave for VIP treatment, then this is the place for you.
Just before going to bed, devour the standing rib roast at The Victorian Room steakhouse, followed by a mimosa.
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