December 02, 2016
December 05, 2016
I found this spring break special and the link if you're interested:
ARIA's Spring Break Offer
Let the Awe of ARIA Seduce You.
Book your next stay at ARIA this Spring Break and receive:
• 20% off Deluxe rooms OR 30% off Suites
• $50 Dining Credit*
• Reduced Entry into HAZE Nightclub (Thursday and Friday Only)**
• VIP Entry into Liquid Pool Lounge + Ladies Open Champagne Bar (11am - 1pm Thursday - Sunday Only) Liquid will open in mid March 2013***
• 2-for-1 drinks at Gold Boutique Nightclub & Lounge (limit 2 rounds)
• 2-for-1 drinks at The DEUCE Lounge (limit 2 rounds)
Experience ARIA Resort & Casino, a refreshingly luxurious resort experience filled with award-winning dining, exhilarating nightlife, the acrobatic spectacular Zarkana by Cirque du Soleil, technologically advanced rooms and suites, an inspiring modern art collection, and world-class shopping at Crystals. Plus tons of Madness excitement and events to cheer for your favorite team!
To make your reservation, book online or please contact ARIA Room Reservations at 866.359.7757 and mention offer code ARSB13K.
February 26, 2013 - September 9, 2013
March 12, 2013
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Nellysg (rep: 443k) posted Feb 25, 2013
I am no help on prices but if you have the opportunity check out the Round Table Buffet at Excalibur hotel/casino. We didn't stay there but did go for the buffet and it was amazing! Just the dessert section was probably the size of the salad bar at Old Country Buffet, maybe bigger.
dealwagger (rep: 10.3k) posted Feb 25, 2013
Hash House A-Go-Go is a restaraunt in the Imperial Palace and is awesome. Bring your apetite. It is actually their second location opened about 3 years ago. The first one on the strip...took 3 plus hours to get in.
Also in the IP, there was a show...3 white Australians sang Motown and nailed it.
Can't miss with anything Cirque. Always great shows.
Blue Man Groupe is always fun.
The fountains at Bellagio aree free.
Freemont street (I hear) is really cool.
Treasure Island has a free show. Sort of a pirate battle on the ships out front.
If I ever go back, I'll catch the Penn and Teller show. Edgy, sophisitcated, commedy magic show.
Eval Longoria has a restaraunt people really praise. Kinda over priced and not the best Vegas has to offer. Its good, but be ready to drop 75 per plate.
(I think it was) Staten Island Casino has a pretty good beer selection for really pretty cheap. Dive casino off of the strip. They have a pretty good steak and egg breakfast too.
nthsll (rep: 12.5k) posted Feb 25, 2013
I used to go to Vegas about once every 2 month. Stay on the strip first of all (we always do Pallazo just because it's nice and spacious -$250/night if you book ahead of time (suite style). Just stay on main parts of the strips... Vegas blocks are very long and you want to walk the least possible, not taking into account of the horrific hot weather in August.
Get the all you can eat 24 hour passes. For about $50, you can eat at any of 10 buffets multientry, which is an amazing deal. All the major buffets are in there, except Bellagio of course. In the morning, go to Jean Phillipe in the Bellagio, best crepes ever.
Try to book a hotel with free Cirque due Soleil tickets. If not, buy those ahead of time (I usually get them for $45 a pop). I think KA is my personal favorite one.
Of course, hit all the clubs... TAO, XS, Pure, Haze, Marquee.
Gamble a lot - I only play poker and crabs now and I usually make a few hundred each trip gambling a few hours a day.
Check out Pawn Stars pawn shop...near the strip
Go shoot at the shooting range (there is 1 about 5 blocks away-taxi required). Nevada law allows automatic assault weapons
Helicopter ride to the Grand Canyon, wine on the cliff, and back
I would recommend to rent a car bc parking is completely free everywhere.
Lastly, when the clubs close and if you are still bored/didn't hook up still and want to. There are tons of strip clubs behind the Trump Tower.
Pretty much it, if you gamble, get a player's card. I usually get free rooms nowadays.
and Don't do Blueman's groups. The locals and ppl who go there frequently will all tell you it's one of the worst shows in Vegas - overly advertised, cannot be compared to Cirque du Soleil at all. Waste of time/money. Go see a real show with Cirque
and whatever you do, don't book super cheap hotels like the Palace (Imperial Palace), Harrahs, Flamingo, etc. Vegas hotels all smell worse than other city's counterparts - prob due to its high volume of college kids. You don't need Ballagio but you want an ok place to not feel gross all day/night/bringing girls back. Again, Pallazo is great because its spacious and feels classier and price is reasonable. I stay at Ceasar now bc they give me free rooms but Pallazo still my first choice is I pay.
More importantly, have fun and break a leg. I lost my phone, wallet, shirt, keys, all sort of stuff on Vegas trips while having too much fun. 1 time I lost a friend for 30 some hours and we found him passed out on a bench with no shirt, no wallet, nothing. LOL.
oh, check out at least $1k in cash each before you get there. All the ATMs on the strip charge you money. I usually do $3k now just in case but I gamble a lot. Don't go on a holiday/UFC fight/EDC weekend - all the table minimums will be raised and you will be forced to gamble out of your comfort zone, and hotels and clubs will be twice as expensive. I've seen bottle service going from $750 to $1300 from night 1 to night 2.
if you are a smooth talker, subtly tip the check in person (I usually give $20-40, $100 one time because I got lucky and hit a straight flush on 3 card poker). They tend to upgrade me to a king suite for free. Works about 70% of the time but some places you have to pay taxes on your free upgrade.
oh buy a TON of alcohol from Costco if you rent a car - There is only 1 or 2 liquor stores on the strips and they are crazy expensive. A tiny bottle of jack goes for 25 bucks. This way you can pre-party your ass off. When you gamble, you get unlimited free drinks (tip $1 per). You can get wasted playing the slots.
Sorry I think thats about all my comments. Theres so much I ve learned from going there all the time for years... but these are about my 2 cents
@kffight3r Thanks for all that great information... This will be my first time in Vegas :)
I went Las Vegas in dec 2012. I stayed in harrahs hotel which is in the strip.Everything is on walkable distance. I recommend this hotel, I had nice stay and it is affordable.
I recommend going to Hoover dam and Grand canyon both of them r spectular. Book yr travel on gotobus.com. cheap and they will take you both place in one day with light lunch and breakfast.(highly recommend gotobus trip.
Don't take a taxi use bus one day pass.
Go to all hotels inside they r breathtaking, very beautifully built.
saramor (rep: 713) posted Feb 25, 2013
I'm too lazy to read above..so yeah..
Cirque shows are amazing, but Zumanity is a bit sexual..so be warned..Treasure Island does have a show in front, but about a decade ago they switched from it being a pirate show to it being about sexy pirates..they changed their image..and went from treasure island to "TI"..and all of a sudden the show got slutty..so be warned..
Hash House is good..and there are actually a few, but I think I went to the one at Imperial as well. Buffet of Buffets is a great deal, in my opinion since you get to sample about 7 different buffets within a 24 hours..if you plan it right, you can get 5 meals in..i've done it twice so far
you can search craigs for some ticket shows..but it's all about timing..so you might not find stuff..you can go to the discounted ticket places for discounted tickets..or even discounted vouchers for meals and buffets..you can find them around..
the fashion island mall is named so because every hour there is a mini fashion show..just FYI..
Fremont Street is fun to watch, but the shops all around suck, I think..unless you like the classic slots. You can find bingo around there too..which if pretty fun =)..if it's cold..i say you can forget it..
that's what i have for now..i used to go to vegas all the time..i live in LA..well..now OC..but yeah..blackjack switch is fun..but not all places have it =)
It will be extremely hot in august. I would try to avoid going there at that time. I go there every year in March (have another 29 days before I go this year) :)
I usually use my amex points. Usually stay on strip and pay $100-$120 /night. Last year was in NY-NY. Was very decent.
belarus94 (rep: 64.8k) posted Feb 25, 2013
On my Vegas trip earlier this month, I was able to redeem points from playing this: https://apps.facebook.com/playmyvegas for a tower suite stay and buffet passes at The Mirage, etc.. Besides losing money on gambling, everything else is pretty much free..
baldieee09 (rep: 4.6k) posted Feb 26, 2013
Thanks @baldieee09 i will defiantly be looking into that
nimase85 (rep: 16.2k) posted Feb 26, 2013
What's your price range for hotels?
Cosmopolitan and Aria are my 2 favorites, but neither is cheap.
Search around. Many sites like bookit.com offer packages with free tickets. I've found great deals on a variety of sites. Also check travelzoo.com, as they post good travel deals everywhere.
Since it's your first time in Vegas, stay on the strip. Places like The Palms and Hard Rock aren't bad, but having to take cabs to the strip sucks.
The Cirque de Soleil shows are awesome. Def recommend checking one out.
In August, the pool parties/day clubs are a ton of fun. Marquee, Tao, Encore Beach Club, Wet Republic and Rehab are the most popular.
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