Whatever the case may be, Las Vegas continues to be an incredible draw for travelers of different stripes. If you’re looking for some ideas on how to plan your next Las Vegas vacation, then keep scrolling and start getting the crew together.
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Vegas Pool Parties
Let’s start with the obvious–parties. Most people come to Las Vegas for a good party and you can’t beat a Vegas pool party.
Start your tour of the Vegas party scene at Wynn Encore. Here you can hit the dance floor at the Encore Beach Club under the scorching Vegas sun at one of their legendary pool parties. These things run day and night, all through the weekend. Needless to say, you best come ready to party.
Encore at Wynn Las Vegas
Pamper Yourself at a Las Vegas Spa
You might not think of Las Vegas as the most relaxing destination in the world, but it makes sense. This is a city with a little bit of everything. Plus, after all that partying, even the most wound up fist-pumper needs some downtime.
You’re certainly not without options for spas in Vegas, but you definitely can’t go wrong with Canyon Ranch. It’s one of the largest day spas in the world, covering approximately 134,000 square feet of The Venetian and The Palazzo. That’s a ton of space to stretch out and relax.
The Venetian Resort Las Vegas
Hit The Strip
When you’re planning a Las Vegas vacation, chances are you want a place on the Strip. But what, exactly, is “The Strip” and where do you actually want to stay?
The Strip has, as is the theme with Vegas, a little bit something for everyone. But for a classic Vegas stay on the Strip, check-in at the Bellagio. This is an elegant, historic Vegas property that continues to be a traveler favorite. Even if you don’t get a room, chances are you’ll be stopping by anyway. This is, after all, where the famous 1,200 dancing fountains are.
Hotel Bellagio Las Vegas
Plan A Vegas Road Trip
There’s a lot of great travel opportunities surrounding Las Vegas, which is why it’s a popular start or last stop on a road trip itinerary. One of the more popular routes is from Salt Lake City to Vegas.
So whether you’re heading out or heading into Vegas, we’ve got your trip planned for you. A great place to kick things off (or end the trip) is at Caesars Palace. It doesn’t get more Vegas than that.
Caesars Palace Las Vegas
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