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Club the night away under the stars

 

Voodoo NightclubEnjoy the view from the two-story outdoor rooftop deck at VooDoo Lounge at the Rio (51 stories above the action of the Strip), or experience one of three open-air clubs at Wynn/Encore Las Vegas;  Surrender at Encore offers plush banquettes and go-go dancers, while XS turns up the heat poolside!  Whether you're hanging out on the North or South Patio, or dancing on the outdoor dance floor, at Tryst you'll be just feet from your own private waterfall - exclusively for nightclub patrons!

Join A-list celebs at the Palms' Ghostbar and have a drink on the outdoor sky deck offering a 360-degree view of the city and a see-thru floor (not for the faint of heart)!  Palms' Moon Nightclub has color-changing glass tiles and eye-catching imagery and a retractable roof designed specifically for our clear summer nights! Step outside TAO Nightclub at The Venetian's 40-foot-long, European-style terrace for outstanding views of the Strip.

Downtown's Gold Diggers Nightclub at the Golden Nugget has an outdoor terrace perched high above the Fremont Street Experience and its million lights of Viva Vision - the most spectacular light show in the world!  And under the Eiffel Tower and the lights of Paris, check out the exclusive Butterfly hidden high above Chateau Nightclub

If someone tells you to meet them at the Foundation Room - don't think twice!  Join them high atop Mandalay Bay for a private club experience with an unprecedented view of the city!  With so many options, it's hard to choose just one.  Just make sure to include celebrity-owned PURE Nightclub at Caesars Palace.  With an outdoor patio overlooking the center of the city, and celebrity hosted birthdays almost nightly, it's a hot spot that always draws the A crowd!

See you on the dance floor - in Vegas!

Celebrate the Year of the Dragon in Vegas!

   

     Chinese New Year has a long rich tradition in Las Vegas, and the Year of the Dragon is no exception. The annual celebration is marked by traditional Lion Dances, extravagant décor, unique entertainment, and special culinary offerings, so come celebrate Las Vegas-style.

     For those drawn to the spectacle and pageantry of the traditional Lion Dances, check out the Wynn Las Vegas where the Dragon and Lion Dance ceremony takes place at 6:30 p.m. on Jan. 27, The Venetian on Monday, Jan. 23 at 1 p.m., and at the Gold Coast two Lion Dances on Feb 1 at 7:30 and 10 p.m. Caesars Entertainment Lion Dances will be on January 27 at 5 p.m. at Harrah's Las Vegas, 6:15 p.m. at Imperial Palace Las Vegas, 7 p.m. at Flamingo Las Vegas and 10 p.m. at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. On January 28 at noon at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, 1 p.m. at Paris Las Vegas, 2 p.m. at Bally's Las Vegas and 5 p.m. at Caesars Palace.

     All across the city, resorts transform their properties with extravagant displays and elaborate décor. The Palazzo will display a 128-foot fire breathing dragon. The Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens will feature over 22,000 colorful flowers and two 25 foot dragons. Wynn Las Vegas' atriums will feature over 8,000 red and yellow chrysanthemums, silk dragons, and golden dragon sculptures measuring eight feet tall.

 Chinese New Year    Cultural entertainment offerings abound throughout the Year of the Dragon celebration. The Colosseum at Caesars Palace welcomes Mandopop star Wakin Chau in concert and the Fremont Street Experience will host a nightly festival with Chinese food, arts and crafts, and cultural presentations on the 3rd Street Stage.  Fantasy Stars in concert will be at the MGM Grand Garden Arena Jan. 28 for the celebration, welcoming Daniel Chan, Aska Yang, Alec Su and Wilber Pan.

     Several world-class restaurants will offer special menus and festive culinary creations to honor the Chinese New Year. Luxor's new Asian bistro Rice And Company will offer a traditional prix fixe menu and The Palazzo's Zine Noodles Dim Sum and China Poblano at The Cosmopolitan will offer celebratory cuisines and festive cocktails as well.

     Join the celebration and welcome the Year of the Dragon in Vegas!

Football is back – and Vegas is the place to catch all of the action

       Football season is under way and there's no better place to catch all of the exciting action than in Las Vegas.

     Grab a seat in any of our spacious sports lounges or spend a Sunday at the 1,000-plus-seat Hilton Theater - seasonally known as Football Central at the Las Vegas Hilton. With food specials, radio giveaways, and prizes all day long, Sundays here just became your new home away from home. Watching a night game is more fun with like-minded football fans - spend your evening in the lounge-style VIP section at MGM Grand's split-level sports book viewing area, just above Centrifuge Lounge, where football and nightclubs converge for an unforgettable evening.

     You can also enjoy some great food while you watch the games. ARIA's Skybox Sports Bar and Grill offers classic American cuisine in a casual, yet cutting-edge atmosphere. ELVIS may be in the building nightly, but on Monday nights football is the king here!

Catch all the big games inside The Palazzo at Lagasse's Stadium - Book, Bar and Bam!      You can also kick it up a notch at Lagasse's Stadium - Bar, Book and Bam! This unique venue inside The Palazzo combines Emeril's signature cuisine with more than 100 high-definition TVs, luxury boxes, plush stadium-style seating and even an outdoor patio.

     Blondies Sports Bar & Grill at the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood carries every big game on its 35 plasma and big-screen televisions and features a traditional bar menu of entreés, sandwiches, salads, pizzas and desserts. Over at the Rio All-Suite Hotel, Sports Deli gives football fans a place to get wood-fired pizzas, grilled burgers and bratwurst without missing a single play!  But for the ultimate prize, watching football at the new Bally's Race & Sports Book is your chance to go see a game live.  They are giving away trips to football games all season long, and all you need is your cell phone to enter!

     Football is back, so make your plans to do your touchdown dances in Vegas!

Summertime is the right time for music, shopping and more

Life is short. Summer is shorter. The season will be over before you know it, so make the most of it with a memorable getaway to the world's most exciting destination ?? Las Vegas.

If you love the music of the 1980s, you can relive it with Nina Blackwood's Absolutely '80s summer concert series and festival. This 100-day Fremont Street Experience promotion kicks off Memorial Day weekend and will run through Labor Day. Hosted by original MTV VJ Nina Blackwood, this series of free headliner concerts Downtown features several acts that helped define the decade in music, including Terri Nunn & Berlin, Dale Bozzio & Missing Persons, Loverboy, Howard Jones and more!

Summer is also the perfect season to do some shopping, and no place does shopping like Vegas! Great deals are waiting at the Fashion Show Las Vegas, The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian and Las Vegas Premium Outlets.

Stay cool this summer with some unique beverage and dessert options. Start with a Pomegranate Lemonade at the Tropicana or see if the Witch Doctor is the perfect potion for you at the Rio's Voodoo Lounge. Try some gelato from Jean Philippe Patisserie locations at Bellagio and ARIA, or grab a shake at Roxy's Diner in the Stratosphere or Holstein's at The Cosmopolitan.

Seize the summer before it's too late - plan the perfect trip to Las Vegas and enjoy amazing music, shopping, food and more!

Vegas Minute: Pool season is here!

In this week's Vegas Minute, which you can also watch along with other fun Vegas videos on our official YouTube page, we dive into pool season with a look at Wet Republic, the ultrapool at MGM Grand. Then, we take in some magic with Penn & Teller at the Rio All-Suite Hotel, live La Vida Loca with Ricky Martin at Caesars Palace and grab a seat at the table for the food event of the year, Vegas Uncork'd. Plan your trip at http://www.LasVegas.com. Vegas Minute produced by http://www.vegas.com/

Signature dishes by award-winning chefs add to the spectacular views!

 Las Vegas has become one of the top culinary destinations in the world, but not just because of its gourmet food. Several Las Vegas restaurants provide a spectacular view you won't find anywhere else.

See the entire city from a panoramic viewpoint when you enjoy a meal at the Top of the World restaurant at the Stratosphere. Not only are you perched more than 800 feet above the ground, but this fantastic view changes while you eat -- the restaurant slowly rotates, altering your vantage point so that every few minutes you'll have a completely different view of Las Vegas.

The Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas also provides an inspiring view of Las Vegas Boulevard. You'll eat inside the famed replica landmark and look out more than 100 feet above the Strip. Across the street, you can watch the fabulous Fountains of Bellagio and a stunning view of the man-made lake while enjoying a memorable meal at Olives.

For an intimate setting with a marvelous sightline of the Las Vegas landscape, try Nove Italiano atop the Palms. Or enjoy the 51st floor setting of VooDoo Lounge at the Rio Hotel, where you can enjoy a breathtaking view from your indoor seating or a table on the outdoor terrace.

At the top of THEhotel at Mandalay Bay sits Mix, with one-of-a-kind culinary creations and another fantastic view of the Las Vegas Strip.

If you've been to Vegas before, take this opportunity to enjoy the newest views of the Strip.  The Cosmopolitan Hotel offers spectacular views looking both North and South from various restaurants including Comme Ca, Scarpetta, and Estiatorio Milos.

Delectable dishes and sensational sights - so make plans to visit Las Vegas using our Book Direct online tools and give yourself a treat for your eyes as well as your taste buds.

Vegas Minute: Lions and magic and Garth, oh my!

Please note: The Lion King at Mandalay Bay has closed. 

In this week's Vegas Minute, which you can watch here or on our YouTube channel, see some of the magical transformation that results in the epic production show, Disney's The Lion King at Mandalay Bay. Also, you'll pay a quick visit to Hussong's Cantina and Taqueria. Don't miss Penn & Teller at the Rio All-Suite Hotel, Garth Brooks at Encore at Wynn Las Vegas and Jay Leno at The Mirage. Check back every week for a new Vegas Minute and keep up with everything going on in Las Vegas at LasVegas.com!

Nightlife gets fired up with new Crown Theater & Nightclub at the Rio

Crown TheaterThe Crown Theater at the Rio Hotel is hot and the Rio Hotel plans to add some fuel to the fire. Nightclub industry veteran Darin Feinstein plans to open the Crown Theater and Nightclub at the Rio's former 3121 space. The venue will provide a mix of live concerts and nightlife events throughout the year.

This space has been home to top entertainers including a brief run by the legendary Prince. Although the showroom seats more than 900 people, the "in-the-round" design allows for intimate performances by A-list stars and up-and-coming artists. After the concerts, the space turns into a nightclub featuring themed nights focused on various styles of music. Every seat in the theater has a panoramic view of the stage and VIP seating is abundant around each level and features low-slung, modern furnishings.

If you're looking for a hot night out, check out the new Crown Theater when it opens later this year. In the meantime, check out all of the hottest clubs in Las Vegas. And don't forget, the nightclub scene takes over daytime Vegas as the hottest pool parties rock their way through summer!

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