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Shows, resorts and a hotel makeover – there are plenty of new things to see in Vegas

     There's always something new and exciting to see whenever you visit Las Vegas. Now, you can see a brand-new look for an old favorite - the Plaza Hotel & Casino in downtown Las Vegas has received a seven-figure makeover and is set to once again be the anchor at the end of the Fremont Street Experience. Everything is new including the Swingers Club, Exposed Hair Salon, Insurgo Theater, and a steakhouse named after celebrity Mayor Oscar Goodman!  Check out the new vintage downtown hotel and experience the best of old-school Vegas!

Cathay House at the Palms     24/7 dining usually consists of a late night coffee shop - but the Palms Hotel takes casual dining to another level.  Cathay House is a restaurant within a restaurant (it's in an exclusive space inside the 24/7 Café) with an assorted menu that offers something for every craving with a modern Chinese flair. Dim sum is a favorite here, and even served on rolling carts tableside daily.

     Las Vegas has its share of top-notch Asian cuisine, and Luxor joins the list! For fresh, tasty and healthy Asian cuisine, check out Rice and Company, located at Luxor near Mandalay Place. This new casual dining alternative includes tropically influenced variations of sushi and sashimi and more! With a prime location at Luxor, you're just steps away from hit shows including the sexy adult-revue Fantasy, and family-friendly prop-comic Carrot Top!

     Then, it's time to get your game on at Insert Coin(s) Videolounge Gamebar at the Fremont East District, where old-school video gaming collides with modern nightclub atmosphere.  From classic arcades to new high-def gaming stations, drop a quarter and let the games begin. And finish strong with a stroll along Fremont East Entertainment District or the bright lights of VivaVision at Fremont Street Promenade!

     Rock icons Rod Stewart and Elton John are beginning their residencies at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, too, so catch these iconic figures in all-new shows!  You've seen these legendary GRAMMY winners over the years, but to see them in Vegas at the spectacular Colosseum, is worth the trip alone!

     So much to see, so come check out what's new when you visit Las Vegas!

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