Romance Lady’s list of 4 Las Vegas hotels for a great stay and things to do on your Las Vegas Romantic Getaway.
Las Vegas is one of the great U.S. destinations for a quick romantic getaway. Most people focus on staying at a hotel along the Las Vegas strip where many of the casinos are located. But the city continues to evolve. If you haven’t been to Vegas in years, now may be a good time to visit. The ever-changing Strip hotels are getting renovated, new attractions are being added, and new hotel brands are opening. Las Vegas is the perfect spot for a romantic getaway with, “Bling.
Downtown also known as, Glitter Gulch, is experiencing a boom. Many developers have purchased some of the older, tired properties and invested in them, and reopened them as hip casino hotels. Several hotels on the strip have been renovated and/or rebranded. And this year, the brand new Octavius Tower opened at Caesars Palace.
The following is a list of 4 places to stay and things to do on your romantic getaway to Las Vegas.
1. The Signature at MGM Grand – is an all-suites hotel. There are three all-suite towers that are non-smoking, non-gaming luxury with direct access to the incredible dining, night-life and entertainment at the MGM Grand.
Where’s the Romance? Breathtaking balcony views, jacuzzi tubs in the room, private pools and pillow-top king-sized beds. Ask the concierge to arrange a candlelight gourmet dinner for two on the balcony.
What’s the Cost? Best value is Sunday through Thursday starting at $93 per night up to $291 per night on the weekend.
2. The Octavius Tower at Caesars Palace – opened in January/2012 with 668 rooms, 60 suites and 6 luxury villas. The tower has a private entrance, a separate hotel lobby, and direct access to the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis and Gardens.
The rooms feature marble floors, king-size beds with sleek headboards, plush pillow top mattresses and luxurious Anichini linens. The following promotional video gives you a feel for the quality and contemporary look of the Octavius Tower.
Where’s the romance? Ceasars Palace is a great place to have some fun together. Go dancing in the PURE nightclub, share a drink on Cleopatra’s Barge–a luxurious floating lounge, and enjoy a romantic evening with dinner and a show. There is a restaurant to satisfy every one of your tastebuds. Shows that feature top-notch talent like Shania Twain, Elton John and Celine Dion are the norm. Try your luck in the Casino. They have everything from high limit slots to your favorite table game.
What’s the cost? Nightly room rates at the Octavius Tower start at $179. Best buy is one of the “Stay and Play” packages offer by Ceasars Palace.
3. – The Venetian – Great service and opulence is a great way to describe this hotel. It’s a four star, all-suites, luxury hotel with several wonderful restaurants, state-of-the-art video poker in the casino and the Canyon Ranch Spa Club is an ideal place to relax and re-energize. Country music icons, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are currently performing at the hotel with their, “Soul2Soul” show.
Where’s the Romance? Take a romantic glide in an authentic Venetian gondola as your singing gondolier sweeps you down the Grand Canal for a romantic ride that gives you the feeling of being in Venice.
What’s the cost? Average cost ranges from $199 to $400 per night depending on the type of suite selected. Best buy is the Suite Value offer package.
4. D Las Vegas Casino Hotel – The former Fitzgerald’s Casino & Hotel located downtown, has been transformed to become the D Las Vegas Casino Hotel. The reviews are mixed on the hotel giving it 3 stars, but there is one good reason it made this list–Entertainment.
They have three great shows. First, the award-winning, “Marriage Can Be Murder” dinner show is an interactive show where the dinner guests solve the murder. It’s the chance to be part of the mystery.
A second fun night, is the comedy show of Kevin Burke, his wacky personality and off-the-cuff comedy is sure to get your evening going with laughter. And a third unforgettable evening is, “Purple Reign,” the Prince Tribute Show starring Jason Tenner as Prince. It’s a chance to party like its 1999.
If you’re look for top-notch entertainment, non-stop gaming action, soul-soothing spas, premium shopping, world-class dining, legendary entertainment, intimate places and spaces, the odds are in your favor you’ll find it all on a Las Vegas romantic getaway.
Author Bio: Donna Beasley, the Romance Lady, is a romantic travel expert who encourages couples to create memorable romantic moments, honeymoons, vow renewals and other special romance occasions in travel locations throughout the world. Visit her website at: www.RomanceInGeorgia.com