The vast majority of visitors to Las Vegas stay on the Vegas Strip. The most recent Las Vegas Visitors Profile (Page 32) shows that 73% of visitors stayed on the Vegas Strip in 2018. Readers of this website seem to confirm that with almost all of the greatest upgrades happening on the Vegas Strip.
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Las Vegas dayclubs and pool parties are important to many visitors but these aren’t the only people heading to the pool. According to the most recent Las Vegas Visitors Profile, 4% of visitors in Las Vegas are bringing children. Visitors with children are looking for a family experience when heading out to the pools.
The Linq Casino and Shopping Promenade might look a little different if you haven’t been there in a while. There are changes from the second you walk into both parts of The Linq from the Vegas Strip. Some of the updates to the casino and shopping district are in your face while others are more subtle.
Memorial Day Weekend is upon us and Las Vegas is ready to party. Memorial Day Weekend takes place from May 24 through 27. The unofficial beginning of summer is one of the busiest weekends in Sin City. Not coincidentally, Las Vegas happens to be the second most popular destination in the US to visit this summer according to Trip Advisor.
Downtown Las Vegas offers some of the best values in Las Vegas. “Old Vegas” is comprised of mostly older casinos and hotels. The buildings and rooms are often smaller than the Vegas Strip resorts and thus less expensive. The value doesn’t stop with the less expensive hotel rooms. Good odds and rules in the casinos …
The pool scene in Las Vegas is unrivaled. There’s something for everyone between family pools with lazy rivers, pools to relax, and pool parties. The latter takes the Las Vegas pool experience to another level. Las Vegas dayclubs and pool parties have taken over the experience of visiting the hotel pool.
KAOS Dayclub and nightclub is a major part of a $690 million complete reimagination of Palms Casino Resort . In total, KAOS is a new entertainment experience that includes a 73,000 square foot dayclub and a 29,000 square foot nightclub. Together KAOS combines the daylife and nightlife experience in Las Vegas.
KAOS nightclub and dayclub is officially open at Palms . Positive reviews after the first weekend of events are still rolling in. The number of celebrities and the long lines to get into the new club are reminiscent of the glory days at the casino located just west of the Vegas Strip.
Vdara recently added a Club Lounge option for guests staying at the hotel. If this sounds familiar, it’s because last year their neighbor, Aria, added two club lounges. The concept of hotel guests having access to a semi-private lounge isn’t new. A number of national hotel chains have offered a similar add-on for their hotel rooms for years.
Station Casinos is almost one step closer to completing its upgrade to Palms . This summer KAOS will replace Rain Nightclub in a major way. The new club will be an indoor/outdoor facility with numerous residencies and full band concert performances. Station Casinos purchased Palms in 2016 and started the major property-wide upgrade in 2017.