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You want your Vegas night on the town to last, right? Then pack away those ballerina flats for a true out-on-the-town experience Vegas-style and hit up the places Vegas bartenders and cocktail waitresses go when they get off the clock. It's a 24-hour city, so keep the party going long after the clubs close down by heading to an after-hours club or party.
Once the lights go up in the club, head down to an original late night spot, Drai's After-hours Las Vegas Nightclub, located inside Bill's Gamblin' Hall & Saloon. Rest your sore feet on an oversized sofa while you admire original artwork on the walls, or groove the night away on the dance floor as DJs spin progressive house music well into the early morning.
Dino's Lounge, located on the northern end of the Strip, has been drawing in locals and tourists with cheap drinks and a laid-back atmosphere for more than 40 years. Belt out your favorite song during karaoke at this 24-hour spot for a night on the town that keeps going and going...
With hip DJs and an upscale Renaissance-like atmosphere, the Artisan boasts a unique venue for an after-hours party. Come mingle with other party-goers and admire art masterpieces on the walls and ceilings as you jam out to house music until dawn.
End your long night at the Peppermill's Fireside Lounge, a retro-kitschy after-hours restaurant and lounge that has been around for the past 40 years. Stop by for delicious late-night food and unique drinks around the fireplace, and reminisce about your favorite Las Vegas movies and shows that were filmed at the Peppermill, including Casino, Showgirls, CSI Las Vegas and Elimidate.
Get the party started and keep it rolling long after the sun comes up.
Book a romantic Las Vegas getaway this Valentine's Day and enjoy a romantic retreat that will keep your flame burning for that special someone all year long.
Start with a little soothing of the senses. Las Vegas is also home to the more than 45 unique and relaxing luxury spas. Most spas offer specials for couples, and specialty services such as sport, Shiatsu and Swedish massages; herbal baths; wraps; aromatherapy and reflexology; steam rooms, saunas, whirlpools; and more. You'll be in the lap of luxury and leave feeling invigorated and refreshed.
Then you'll be ready for a night out just for two. Take a stroll around Fremont Street in the early evening and enjoy the overhead light show of Viva Vision. Then head into the Four Queens Hotel and look for Hugo's Cellar. As you might guess, it's in the basement of the hotel - a rustic, charming and vintage Vegas restaurant awaits you. The food and ambience are top-notch; both complemented by some of Vegas' finest servers. And tradition here is strong, as every lady receives a complimentary rose upon leaving.
If you don't want to dine in a cellar, you can have your head in the clouds instead, overlooking Las Vegas at the Stratosphere's Top of the World restaurant, or experience the ultimate in romantic getaways at Eiffel Tower Restaurant. Great food, piano entertainment and a view of the city - it's a Valentine's Day dinner your partner will never forget. Just across Las Vegas Boulevard, there is no better waterfront dining experience than Le Cirque. Exquisite French cuisine and an extensive wine list will tempt your taste buds as you enjoy the famous dancing Fountains of Bellagio.
Afterward, get cozy and enjoy some of Las Vegas' unique nightlife, including the retro-swagger of Matt Goss at Caesars Palace, or any of the free late-night lounge acts at many Strip hotels. For an only-in-Vegas experience, enjoy late-night cocktails at the Fireside Lounge at the Peppermill on the Strip - mirrored walls, fake flowers and a central fireplace add to the kitschy Vegas experience.
Spark your romance this Valentine's Day in Vegas!
How about a foot-tall super sundae displayed in a crystal goblet that takes more than an hour to construct? The Golden Opulence Sundae at Serendipity 3 at Caesars Palace was created to celebrate Serendipity's 50th anniversary and includes five scoops of rich Tahitian vanilla ice cream, topped with 23-karat edible gold leaf, rare chocolates made from cocoa beans found only on the Venezuelan coast, and an array of exotic fruits. It's just one of a variety of savory creations.
Shake things up at Holstein's inside The Cosmopolitan with their vast selection of ice cream shakes, or cool off with a gelato at the new Sugar Factory American Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas and enjoy an open-air view of the Las Vegas Strip. The next time you're visiting Las Vegas, be sure to leave room for dessert!
Stay cool with several tasty, unique ice cream offerings in Las Vegas.