StripViewSuites team is very excited about Allegiant Stadium is opening doors for football lovers. The stadium is located in Paradise, Nevada and it will serve as a home for NFL’s Las Vegas Raiders and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) Rebels college football team. Construction of the stadium began in November 2017 and expected to be completed in July 2020.
StripViewSuites collected facts that you need to know about the stadium:
– The budget for the development of the stadium is about $1.8 billion
– The capacity is 65,000 people
-The stadium will host world-class entertainment events including concert & sporting events such as Pac-12, Championship Game, Las Vegas Bowl and UNLV Football
– On June 16,2020, the NFL announced Las Vegas and Allegiant Stadium as the home of the 2021 Pro Bowl
– The first concert is scheduled for August 22,2020. Garth Brooks would headline the major concert at Allegiant Stadium with a tour ”The Garth Brooks Stadium Tour”, all 65,000 seats sold out in 75 minutes on March 13,2020. Show is not postponed, in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic
– NFL sounds very enthusiastic about the idea to host Super Bowl in Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas
StripViewSuites is looking forward to Stadium Grand Opening.
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Las Vegas Blvd. hosts some of the best steakhouses and steak dinners in the world. Almost every hotel and casino on the strip has their own version of a steakhouse, and most are extremely high quality. Deciding where to go can be difficult, so we put together a list of the best and most iconic steak dinners in Las Vegas. Make sure to check out these fabulous dining spots when you book your next trip to Vegas with StripViewSuites!
Oscar’s Steakhouse is a glamorous and unique steakhouse that overlooks the Fremont Street Experience. Named after former Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman, Oscar’s Steakhouse features an unforgettable only-in-vegas atmosphere, with a classic ambiance and abundant memorabilia displays. The steakhouse is located in the Plaza’s iconic glass dome and is a classic throwback to old Vegas.
The Golden Steer Steakhouse
The Golden Steer is another classic steakhouse that encapsulates Las Vegas’s rich history. Founded in 1958, the steakhouse is one of the oldest restaurants in the city. The steakhouse’s regular customers used to include Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis Jr. The steakhouse has expanded and updated since its glory days, but it still retains the ambiance of old Vegas. The Golden Steer serves USDA Prime Aged, Corn-Fed Beef and is widely known for their Prime Rib, New York, and Filet of Beef.
Guests who are eager to try authentic Japanese Kobe beef will find themselves at home in Las Vegas. Only 10% of certified Kobe beef makes its way out of Japan, but there are plenty of steakhouses in Las Vegas that feature the real thing. Those who are looking to take in a show while enjoying their authentic Kobe beef must check out SW Steakhouse, along the Lake of Dreams at the Wynn, or Prime Steakhouse, overlooking the fountains at the Bellagio. Guests looking for a celebrity dining experience can get Kobe beef at Bazaar Meat by Jose Andres at Sahara, Jean George’s Steakhouse at Aria, or CUT by Wolfgang Puck at the Venetian. And guests who are staying with StripViewSuites off the strip at Palms Place can get Kobe beef at Scotch 80 Prime at Palms casino.
Gordon Ramsay’s Beef Wellington
Beef Wellington is Gordon Ramsay’s finest and most exemplary dish. Guests eager to try the massively popular celebrity chef’s signature dish can find it at Gordon Ramsay Steak at the Paris. No detail is left untouched at the Steakhouse, where guests can also find a bar and lounge in addition to its two-story dining area.
There are plenty of luxurious and remarkable options to choose from when seeking out a steak dinner in Las Vegas. Remember to book your next trip with StripViewSuites to make it an unforgettable experience!
The Las Vegas Strip is home to some of the most marvelous pools and beachclubs in the world. Almost every resort here features a pool, and they certainly come in handy when you need to beat the heat in the summertime. Guests staying with StripViewSuites will have access to the pools where they are staying, but there are also some pools on the strip that are open to everyone!
MGM Pool Complex
Guests staying at the Signature at MGM should know that each of the Towers features their own private pool. The pools feature reserved daybeds, cabanas, and cocktail service. However, the pools at Signature are age-restricted to guests age 21 and over, but StripViewSuites guests do also have access to the pool complex at the MGM Grand! Over at the MGM Grand, guests will find a 6.5-acre recreational complex that contains four pools, three whirlpools, waterfalls, and a lazy river! Guests looking for a little more relaxation will also be happy to find poolside massages. If you’re not visiting during the spring or summer, not to worry! The pool at Tower 1 of Signature and certain pools in the MGM Grand complex are heated and open year-round!
The Cosmopolitan’s Pools
Guests staying at the Jockey Club will find a fabulous pool, health club, and sauna, in addition to access to The Cosmopolitan’s pools! The Boulevard Pool, located on the fourth floor of the Boulevard Tower, overlooks the center of the Strip. The Chelsea Pool is located on the 14th floor of the Chelsea Tower and is designed to be a more relaxing and private experience. And, the Chelsea Pool is also open year-round! For guests who want a totally different pool experience, the Cosmopolitan also features the Marquee Dayclub Pool, which is an extension of their Marquee Nightclub. By day, the vibrant beach club features some of the most influential DJs and a pool party atmosphere, and by night, it transforms into another wing of the nightclub.
Guests staying at Palms Place will have access to their 50,000 square foot private oasis of pools, waterfalls, and stone gardens. StripViewSuites guests will also have access to the Drift Spa at Palms Place. Drift Spa features over 20 different treatment rooms with different services. The spa includes Las Vegas’s first-ever Hammam, a traditional Turkish style co-ed steam bath. There are also indoor and outdoor soaking pools, couples treatment rooms, and private outdoor garden areas to relax in.
Pools on the Strip
There’s also a great selection of pools along the Strip that are open to everyone, free of charge! The Pool at Harrah’s is open to guests of all ages, and also offers poolside lunch and cocktails. The Scene Pool Deck, located on the roof of Planet Hollywood with great views of the Strip, features two separate pools. One pool is for guests of all ages, and the other is for those 21+. Influence, The Pool at the Linq is a 21+ Pool Party with no cover charges and great views of the Linq Promenade and High Roller.
Whether you are staying at Signature at MGM, Jockey Club, or Palms Place, you’ll be able to access some of the best pools Las Vegas has to offer. Just remember to book your next trip with us to make it an unforgettable experience!
Las Vegas has plenty of restaurants and bars that feature some of the best views in the world. Whether you are looking for a vantage point to view the strip from high above, or something lower and more immersive on the ground, there are so many splendid options to choose from. When you book your next trip to Vegas with StripViewSuites, make sure to visit these spots for some iconic views.
If you are looking for a prime view of the Bellagio’s Fountains, then look no further than HEXX Kitchen + Bar or Mon Ami Gabi. Both restaurants sit right across the street from the fountain show at the Paris and offer a panoramic view of the show. Both restaurants feature patio seating with spectacular viewpoints of the show, which runs all day long. For those who are looking for something closer and more immersive, the Bellagio has a multitude of options to choose from. Prime Steakhouse sits right at the base of the fountain show, while Spago by Wolfgang Puck and Lago by Julian Serrano overlook the show, but still offer a view so close you can reach out and touch the fountains! Picasso at the Bellagio also offers great views of the fountains from their patio, and inside you’ll be able to take in the sights of original works by Picasso himself.
The Lake of Dreams
The Wynn offers many restaurants to choose from that are situated centrally for their nightly Lake of Dreams show. The immersive show features a 40 foot waterfall, music, a light show, and state of the art holographic and animatronic displays. Lakeside, Mizumi, SW Steakhouse, and Parasol Down are all positioned lakeside and offer stunning views of the show. The Lake of Dreams show runs every 30 minutes, beginning at 6 PM, and runs until 11:30 PM.
Higher and Higher
There are also plenty of options for guests who are looking for a higher vantage point from up above. Rivea is located on the 64th floor of the Delano and the House of Blues’ VIP Club Foundation Room is located on the 63rd floor of Mandalay Bay. Both are located at the south end of the Strip and offer wide-ranging views. For a more iconic “only in Vegas” experience, try out The Eiffel Tower Restaurant which overlooks the center area of the Strip from up above on the 11th floor of the Paris’ Eiffel Tower. There is also the unforgettable, 360-degree dining experience at the Top of the World restaurant, located 800 feet above ground at the Stratosphere.
The Strip from Afar
Las Vegas also offers restaurants with great views of the strip from a distance. If you are heading downtown to the Fremont Experience, be sure to check out Top of Binion’s Steakhouse, located on the 24th floor. The views overlook the entirety of the strip from the North end of downtown. Vetri Cucina, located on the 56th floor of the Palms, and Voodoo Steakhouse, located on the 50th floor of the Rio, both offer sweeping views of the strip from central locations just a mile and half west of the Strip.
There are so many wonderful sights to take in when you’re in Las Vegas. Make sure to book your next trip with StripViewSuites to make it an unforgettable one!
Vdara Hotel and Spa is conveniently located just across from the Aria in the CityCenter complex. Our unit at Vdara offers guests a truly luxurious 5-star experience.
5-Star Spa and Salon
The Spa at Vdara spans 16,00 square feet and spreads throughout two floors. There, guests can find a lounge, steam room, sauna, whirlpool, in addition to personalized services that include massages, facials, waxing, and nails. Over at Aria, guests can find the country’s largest 5-star rated Spa and Salon. Aria’s facilities offer complete salon services in addition to their comprehensive spa. Both properties’ facilities have been recently awarded 5-star ratings by the Forbes Travel Guide.
By day, a comfortable and casual space, and by night, a contemporary, hip lounge, Vice Versa Patio & Lounge is fantastic to visit for a drink or snack. The venue perfectly encapsulates all of Vdara’s stylish and vibrant energy. Vice Versa is located at the center of Vdara and features an eclectic menu of brunch, bites, and drinks, in addition to a stunning patio with firepits!
Guests who are looking for a luxurious and modern nightlife experience should look no further than Jewel Nightclub at Aria. The space spans more than 24,000 square feet and often hosts world-class DJs and performers. Guests should make sure to stop by the Alibi Ultra Lounge, where they offer complimentary champagne for ladies from 9:30 PM – 11:30 PM.
Many visitors do not know that the Vdara and Aria feature a vibrant and robust collection of fine art. The collection is Las Vegas’s first major permanent collection of fine art integrated into a public space. The Fine Art collection is one of the world’s biggest and most ambitious corporate art collections. Guests can interact with nearly 20 different pieces of vibrant, important fine art, including a few sculptures situated right inside the Vdara hotel. An informative guide to the complete collection can be viewed here.
Shops at Crystals
The Shops at Crystals is the only all-luxury shopping destination in the country. From Gucci to Louis Vuitton to Fendi to Prada, The Shops at Crystals is an amazing collection of 50 of the finest luxury brands in the world. The gorgeously designed complex also features fine-dining experiences and plenty of fine art scattered throughout.
Entertainment opportunities are endless at the Vdara. Make sure to book your next trip with StripViewSuites to make it an unforgettable experience!
The Jockey Club is tucked away between the Bellagio and the Cosmopolitan, conveniently placing you in the center of the strip. Besides offering fabulous views, our units at Jockey Club present our guests with a multitude of fantastic things to do within walking distance!
See The Cosmopolitan’s Chandelier
The Cosmopolitan features one of the most amazing sights in Las Vegas, which is really saying something. Right inside the Cosmopolitan’s hotel is a 44 ft. tall chandelier! The sight of the Chandelier alone is enough to take in, but the Chandelier also functions as a multi-level bar and lounge. The 10,000 square foot space contains 5 bars. Each level has a different drink menu that features many handcrafted cocktails. The entire bar is made out of 21 miles of crystal beaded swags, and 7 million crystals in total!
The Jockey Club features a fabulous pool, health club, and sauna. Guests of StripViewSuites are lucky enough to have access to The Cosmopolitan’s pools as well! The Boulevard Pool, located on the fourth floor of the Boulevard Tower, overlooks the heart of the Strip. And, in November and December, the pool transforms into a holiday-themed skating rink! The Chelsea Pool is located on the 14th floor of the Chelsea Tower and is designed to be a more relaxing and private experience. For guests who want a completely different pool experience, the Cosmopolitan also features the Marquee Dayclub Pool, which is an extension of their Marquee Nightclub. By day, the vibrant beach club features some of the most influential DJs and a lounge-like feel, and by night, it transforms into another wing of the nightclub.
Aside from their Marquee Dayclub and Nightclub, the Cosmopolitan features plenty more entertainment options. The Chelsea is a 40,000 square ft. concert and event venue inspired by some of the world’s most iconic music venues. The venue attracts some of the hottest music and comedy acts, and some sporting events too! Guests who want to experience an only-in-Vegas show will want to check out Opium. The show is an adults-only adventure through space, that features elements of cabaret, raunchy comedy, music, and even acrobatics. Additionally, the Cosmopolitan offers an incredibly unique supper club and entertainment experience called Rose. Rabbit. Lie. Guests never have the same experience twice, as the supper club offers modern twists on classic American dishes and drinks, as well as featuring extraordinary live entertainment.
While there are plenty of dining options around the Jockey Club, Cosmopolitan, and Bellagio that might seem like obvious choices to eat at, there are some hidden and secret locations that guests have to check out! Hidden on the third floor of the Cosmopolitan is a New-York style pizza place with a casual feel. The spot is aptly named Secret Pizza, and it features no signage or advertising. Inside you’ll find a high top-counter to dine at with a few mismatched stools. You can order a single slice or a whole pizza at the walk-up counter. Also inside the Cosmopolitan is The Barbershop. Upon first glance, it registers only as an old-style barbershop where you can get a straight razor shave and a fresh haircut. However, savvy guests will know to venture past the unassuming janitor’s door and find a prohibition-era hideaway bar. There you can enjoy craft beer, a world-class whiskey selection, and on certain nights, live music.
For our guests staying at the Jockey Club, the entertainment opportunities are endless. From enjoying one of Vegas’ best views while lounging at the pool, to the secret offerings and adventures available at the Cosmopolitan, our guests will have plenty to choose from during your stay in vegas. Just to remember to book your next trip with us to make it unforgettable!
Even though Palms Place is located only a mile and a half away from the Las Vegas strip, there’s still a lot to do in its immediate vicinity that gets overlooked by visitors. Palms Casino and Resort recently went through $690 million worth of renovations, so you’ll definitely want to check out all that it has to offer. We put together a list of great things to do in the area for our guests staying at Palms Place.
The Drift Spa is conveniently located right inside Palms Place and features over 20 different treatment rooms with different services. The spa includes Las Vegas’s first-ever Hammam, a traditional Turkish style co-ed steam bath. There are also indoor and outdoor soaking pools, couples treatment rooms, and private outdoor garden areas to relax in. The Drift Spa is open daily from 6 AM to 7 PM, and spa treatments are available daily starting at 8 AM.
The Pearl Theatre
You don’t have to go all the way to the Strip to see a great live show. The Pearl Theatre is located in the Palms Casino and Resort and consistently has some of the best shows in all of Vegas! Whether you want to see the newest headliner or a legend in concert, the Pearl Theatre offers a wide variety of A-list talent. The best part is that the Pearl Theatre only holds about 2,500 people, so no matter how popular a show you see, you’ll have an intimate and personal experience.
Check out the Casino at the Palms resort! The Casino floor is sleek and modern and offers a variety of gaming options, ranging from live baccarat and blackjack to limitless slots. Palms also features one of the nicest SportsBooks in town. While you’re there, don’t forget to grab a drink at the Tonic Bar.
For guests looking for more low-key entertainment, the Palms Casino and Resort features a movie theatre. Breden Theatres at the Palms has 14 different screens, luxury reclining chairs in every theatre, Las Vegas’s largest IMAX screen, and the only JBX auditorium in the country, featuring dual laser projection, Dolby ATMOS sound, and a wall to wall curved screen. With 14 different screens, there will something for everyone.
From luxuriating in their world-class spa to enjoying the latest Hollywood blockbuster, Palms Place offers a plethora of options when it comes to things to do in Las Vegas. Make sure to book your next trip with us to make it an unforgettable experience.
Our units at the Signature at MGM offer a great, central location on the south end of the Las Vegas strip. Everyone knows that there are seemingly endless entertainment opportunities on the strip that can be hard to choose from, so we selected a few entertainment options for our guests staying at the Signature at MGM.
Each Signature at MGM Tower features its own private pool for guests to lounge and relax at. The pools feature reserved daybeds, cabanas, and cocktail service. However, the pools at the Signature at MGM are age-restricted to guests 21 and over, but StripViewSuites guests do have access to the pool complex at the MGM Grand! Over at the MGM Grand, guests will find a 6.5-acre recreational complex that contains four pools, three whirlpools, waterfalls, and a lazy river! Guests looking for a little more relaxation will also be happy to find poolside massages offered at the MGM Grand pool complex.
The Signature at MGM features a few bars and restaurants conveniently located in its towers. Guests looking for something casual and versatile will love Delights, located in Tower 2. Delights serves all of your favorite breakfast and lunch items with a gourmet twist. The Lounge, located in Tower 1, is an intimate restaurant and bar that also has a breathtaking outdoor patio and fire pits. The Lounge is the perfect place for brunch, specialty drinks, or late-night snacks. Guests looking for a deal should head over to the MGM Grand to find Emeril Lagasse’s New Orleans Fish House. During happy hour, which lasts from 2 to 6 pm and 9:30 pm to close, guests will have access to great deals on authentic creole cooking and low-priced drinks!
The MGM Grand is home to some of Las Vegas’s most famous shows. David Copperfield has been performing his one of a kind magic show for decades around the world, on TV, and on Broadway. You can see him exclusively at the MGM Grand, where he has performed nonstop for nearly 17 years. The MGM Grand also features KA by Cirque de Soliel, which incorporates martial arts and a compelling story into their first-rate acrobatics show. KA is also the only Cirque de Soliel show that features a moving stage and sets, making the action all the more exciting and compelling. Guests can also attend Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club to see some of the hottest names in stand-up perform nightly. The comedians are hand-picked by Brad Garrett, and sometimes lucky guests will be able to see Garrett himself perform!
Located just steps away from the Signature at MGM is Topgolf, a one of a kind sporting and entertainment experience. The complex features 4 levels of interactive golf games, bars, pools, stages, and event spaces. Topgolf has more than 120 different climate-controlled hitting bays, a flight path shot tracker, games that score themselves, and even golf lessons from PGA pros.
TV fans will be delighted by the entertainment exhibitions at the MGM Grand. The CBS Television City Research Center puts you right in the network TV show selection process, with the opportunity to see new and upcoming programs. Guests have the option to view the newest offerings from CBS, MTV, Nickelodeon, and other Viacom properties. Fans of a certain classic CBS crime show will be happy to try out CSI: The Experience, an interactive exhibit modeled after the hit TV show. Guests will play the role of CSI investigators while being guided by videos featuring cast members and real-life forensic scientists. The exhibit features two state-of-the-art forensic crime labs, where participants will perform realistic DNA and bullet casing tests.
Hakkasan is the premiere nightclub experience in Las Vegas. This massive, 5 level club offers an immersive experience for guests looking for a diverse nightlife experience. On each level, guests will find different restaurants and nightclubs with a variety of different experiences to choose from. Some of the hottest talents in music have residencies at Hakkasan, including Calvin Harris, Zedd, Steve Aoki, and Lil Jon.
Whether you want to lounge at the pool or have the night of your life, there are so many great entertainment options when you are staying at the Signature at MGM. Remember to book your next trip with us to make it an unforgettable success!
Las Vegas can seem daunting to first-time visitors. There is so much to do and to see that many visitors get overwhelmed. However, there are some essential things to know to make your first visit to Vegas one to remember! We put together a comprehensive list of tips and advice for first-time visitors. Remember to book your next trip with StripViewSuites to make it an unforgettable experience!
- Be flexible! Don’t plan out your every move when visiting Vegas. There’s plenty to see and do.
- Take lots of pictures! There’s so much to see all along the Strip and elsewhere. And remember to charge your phone.
Don’t Walk Everywhere
- Blocks are long, and everything is farther apart than it may appear.
- Make sure to walk through casinos when it’s too hot or cold to be adventuring outside.
- Use the monorail and the two buses that run along the strip, the deuce, and the SDX
- Plenty of Hotels offer shuttles to get from place to place, use them to your advantage
- If you plan on taking a cab, prepare to wait. Waiting for a cab can usually take around half an hour, so be sure to keep in mind ride-sharing options and public transportation.
Preserve Your Comfort
- Wear comfortable walking shoes if you plan on exploring the Strip.
- Make sure you bring water with you everywhere you go. Dehydration in Vegas in the summertime is a bad idea.
- The sun shines bright, make sure to wear sunscreen. There’s nothing worse than dealing with a painful sunburn while you’re on vacation.
- If you plan on spending a lot of time inside, bring a light jacket. The casinos blast the AC during the summer, so it can get rather chilly fast!
Food & Drink
- Avoid eating between 6 PM-8 PM. These are peak dinner times at any restaurant, and you’ll be sure to encounter very long lines.
- Steer clear of the casino bars. As long as you are gambling you’ll get served free drinks from the cocktail waitress. Don’t forget to tip!
- If you’re going to the Club, make sure to drink before you go. Drinks get very expensive, so it’s best to start the party early!
- Seek out rewards and players club programs. These programs are not just for gambling, and most of the time they include discounts and special offers on food, attractions, and shows.
- Do your research and take advantage of happy hours and daily specials.
- Don’t pay the full price tag for show tickets. There are plenty of deals through discount ticket sellers on the strip and online at Vegas.com
- Don’t gamble unless you know how to play. Many casinos offer free gaming lessons for those who are interested.
- Don’t play 3 card monte on the strip. It’s always a scam!
Cash is King
- If you take a picture with your favorite character or any showgirls, be prepared to tip.
- Figure out how much cash you’ll need beforehand so you can avoid the high atm fees.
Leave the Strip
- Visit old Vegas at the Fremont Street Experience downtown. Take in the sights of the older casinos while doing some great people watching as well.
- If you’re going downtown from the strip, take the DEUCE or SDX buses.
- There’s plenty of hiking and sightseeing around Vegas as well. Try out Mt. Charleston, or Red Rock Canyon for some beautiful views!
Remember to book with StripViewSuites!
StripViewSuites collected 15 facts you have never heard about Las Vegas.Hope you’ll enjoy them!
- It would take 288 years for one person to spend one night in every hotel room in Las Vegas.
- The Las Vegas Strip is the brightest place on Earth when looked at from outer space.
- The Bronze lion outside of the MGM Grand Hotel weighs 50 tons, making it the largest bronze sculpture in the country.
- At 1,149 feet, the Stratosphere Las Vegas is the tallest freestanding observation tower in the nation.
- Mobster Bugsy Siegel named his casino, The Flamingo, after his showgirl girlfriend, whose long legs garnered her the same name.
- The largest sum won on the Las Vegas slot machines was at the Excalibur. After putting in $100, a 25 year-old software engineer won $39 million, beating the odds at the time for 1 in 16.7 million
- There’s a heavy equipment playground called Dig This in Las Vegas where you can drive bulldozers for fun.
- The Luxor Las Vegas’ Sphinx, a re-creation of the Great Sphinx of Giza, is 101 feet high and larger than the original.
- Las Vegas casinos never use dice with rounded corners.
- By the number of rooms, the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino is the largest hotel in the country and the 2nd largest in the world.
- There are over 300 weddings per day in Las Vegas, making it the top wedding destination in the US and second only to Istanbul for the most number of weddings in a single city.
- Frederick W. Smith, the founder and CEO of FedEx, saved his company by gambling in Las Vegas. He took FedEx’s last $5,000 to Sin City and won $27,000 while gambling on blackjack, paying for the company’s $24,000 fuel bill.
- There’s estimated to be at least 1,000 people living beneath Vegas in underground tunnels
- In some Asian cultures, the number 4 is thought to be bad luck. For that reason, some hotels in Vegas have no floors that start with the number 4.
- A study conducted in 2013 showed that 15% of people come to Las Vegas primarily to gamble, but 71% gamble during their visit.
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