When you touch down in Vegas you’ll be whisked away to one of Vegas’ finest hotels. From the grand Caesars Palace (right in the heart of ‘the Strip’), the regal Paris Las Vegas (complete with replica Eiffel Tower) to the famous Planet Hollywood (with over three acres of casino); you’ll be spoilt for choice.
Relax with signature Roman Rituals at the award winning Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars or be amongst the first to experience the indulgence of the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis – complete with a swim up Black Jack bar. And of course, how could you resist hitting the casino floor? With everything from high limit slots to table games the casinos are bustling 24/7. And if you think ‘poker face’ is just a song by Lady Gaga you could probably do with a private lesson in the basics before hitting the Poker Room to see high rollers battle it out.
No stay in Vegas would be complete without dinner and a show. So on your first night we’ll arrange a table for you at an award-winning restaurant such as the infamous Japanese inspired eatery, Koi, at Planet Hollywood before taking to your seat. Trust us, there’s no spectacle quite like it; you’ll be singing and dancing along before you even realise.
There’s much more to the bright lights of Vegas than ‘the Strip’. If you want to see a different side to ‘Sin City’ we can arrange a visit for you to the Neon Museum on the historic Freemont Street, where all the vintage neon signs of Vegas have been laid to rest. You’ll be able to walk around and take pictures of these ancient relics (yes, some are more than 30 years old!) which have been painstakingly restored and will take you through a different chapter of Vegas history.
room with a view
Next it’s time to get acquainted with the Mojave Desert. Donning a helmet and goggles, you’ll rip through the desert on a quad bike, kicking up trails of dust and whizzing through the canyons avoiding prickly cacti. When you’ve explored to your heart’s content, you’ll swap your quad bike for a proper chopper and fly off for a helicopter ride into the sunset. With flat terracotta-red desert contrasting against the clear blue skies, you won’t easily forget the views over desert. As you hover in your helicopter be sure to bring your camera to capture the moment before heading back to the glistening lights of Vegas. But don’t let your view of Vegas end there. Once back on the strip, make your way to the top floor of the Eiffel Tower at the Paris Hotel. Standing at exactly half the height of the real thing, you’ll have views of the Las Vegas Strip like no other.
shop till you drop
On your last day in Vegas why not indulge yourself in a bit of shopping at The Forum at Caesars Palace? This is an experience in itself and with over 160 boutiques to spoil yourself in, you may not know where to start. Panic not, armed with your own personal shopper who knows the shops like the back of their hand, you’ll bypass the crowds and head straight for your favourite stores. And be sure to pick up something for your colleagues at work: there’s nothing quite like a bit of Vegas envy when you get back.
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