French fries are one of the most popular foods in America and you’ll find them on the menu of just about every type of restaurant you go to. What’s not to love? Crispy, salty, deep fried potatoes? Yes, please!
We also love all of the endless varieties of fries from curly to waffle and crinkle cut. And there are so many ways to top them and so many sauces to dip them in.
If you’re looking for creative takes on where to find the best french fries in Las Vegas, we have a list for you. Here’s where to get your fry fix next time you’re in town.
“Dirty” chips from Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips
Famed British chef Gordon Ramsay serves up some tasty chips at his Fish and Chips restaurant at The LINQ Promenade.
Sure, you can get them just with natural sea salt, but we prefer them “dirty” (with toppings).
The Dirty #1 option features chipotle, jalapeno, pork chorizo, red onion, chives, parsley and cotija cheese.
Dirty #2 is topped with truffle, Parmesan and chives and Dirty #3 includes bacon, cheddar cheese and green onions.
Prices from: $6.99.
Poutine at Haute Doggery. Photo courtesy of Haute Doggery.
What’s better than fries? Fries covered in cheese and gravy. You can get this Canadian favorite, poutine, at Haute Doggery at The LINQ Promenade. The fries are topped with cheese curds and brown gravy.
You can also just get regular fries or chili cheese fries at Haute Doggery and we love their fry sauces: Belgium style aioli, truffle aioli or chipotle ranch.
Prices from: $4.99.
Loaded fries at Jimmy Kimmel Comedy Club. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club
Want some fries with your laughs? Head to Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club at The LINQ Promenade. The club has a nice menu of small bites, including fries. Enjoy them with just a touch of sea salt or go all out with the loaded fries, topped with hatch chiles and smoked brisket chili.
Prices from: $7.
Loaded tots at BEER PARK. Photo by Kristine McKenzie/Total Vegas Blog.
We know tater tots aren’t technically fries, but they are so good we had to include them.
We love the Loaded Tots at BEER PARK at Paris Las Vegas with crispy bacon, herb sour cream, beer cheese sauce and parsley.
If you want strictly fries, you can get those here too. Dirty fries come with cheddar cheese, green onion, fresh jalapeno, bacon, brisket and pico de gallo. The Gilroy Garlic fries are topped with fresh chopped garlic, Parmesan and a black pepper baconaise.
Prices from: $7.95.
Trainwreck Fries at Vurgil’s Real BBQ. Photo by Kristine McKenzie/Total Vegas Blog.
Virgil’s Real BBQ
Fries go great with barbecue and the Trainwreck Fries at Virgil’s Real BBQat The LINQ Promenade are no exception. You’ll get a pile of fresh, hot fries topped with melted cheddar, jack cheese, smoked bacon, scallions and jalapenos. Dip them in ranch dressing, served on the side.
Prices from: $10.95.
The Mess fries. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
It’s all about the chicken at this restaurant, but you’ll want to pair it with a side of fries. Street Fries at Sticky Chicken inside The LINQ Hotel + Experience come in a variety of styles. Go simple with sea salt or cheese sauce – or you can step things up with The Mess, which includes smoked brisket chili, green onions, bacon and cheese sauce.
We also like the Steak & Eggs fries with Philly cheese steak, peppers, onions, cheese sauce and a sunny-side up egg.
Hot dogs and French fries are the perfect pairing. Dirt Dog at the Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s Las Vegas serves up tasty hot dogs with lots of delicious toppings and their fries are topped with plenty of goodness too.
You can’t miss the elote fries with corn, lime mayo, chili powder, cotija cheese, cilantro and bacon.
The Filthy fries are another good choice with guacamole, chipotle aioli, cheddar, cotija and bacon.
Controversial opinion alert: Monday sucks. Even what would be a perfectly OK Monday can cast a shadow on those last few remaining hours of the weekend, so you really have to eke out every last ounce of fun before getting back to the grind. And that’s what Sunday Funday is.
Las Vegas was practically built around “every last ounce of fun,” so you can put together an epic Sunday Funday itinerary to start the week off on the right note. Gather your crew, make a checklist of must-dos from our inspiration below and here’s to a day that’s perfectly your own!
You’ve Got to Start With Brunch
It’s going to be a long day, so start your Sunday Funday off with the most essential meal-that’s-kind-of-two-meals: Brunch.
There’s a wealth of brunchy goodness in Las Vegas for all tastes. For starters, Favorite Bistro at The LINQ Promenade is a recent French bistro addition that serves brunch, with delights like Brioche-stuffed French toast, Liege waffles and lobster bennies. Enjoy the patio seating along The LINQ Promenade as you dine.
GIADAat The Cromwell puts an Italian spin on brunch, which results in some unique brunch dishes. Spice up brunch with something like the salmon Benedict, lobster hash or pizza carbonara (yes, you read that right). Wash it down with some espresso and indulge in a build-your-own brownie.
Or indulge in a long-running, over-the-top Vegas tradition with Sterling Brunch at Bally’s Las Vegas. Here, the champagne flows freely and the jumbo-sized Gruyere popovers keep on coming as long as you want them – and you’ll keep wanting them. Sterling Brunch’s buffet line includes such sumptuous items as Alaskan king crab legs, lamb, lobster tails, prime rib and even oysters.
Join the party at Flamingo’s GO Pool. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Party At the Pool… or Just Party
Next up, you might want to laze by the pool with a drink in your hand, or party in the pool… with a drink in your hand. Pools like GO Pool at Flamingo Las Vegas and Drai’s Beach Club at The Cromwell, produce high-energy affairs with DJs and performers like Drai’s residents Big Sean, Migos and TI.
If you want something a little bit exotic, party like you’re in Dubai at the Garden of the Gods Pool at Caesars Palace. They’re hosting Cove Beach parties this summer, bringing plenty of tunes, art, and shisha. The JMRCK theme Cove Beach features on Sundays adds some Caribbean island vibes to the proceedings.
Landlubbers (or, you know, people when it’s not pool season) who want to party would do well to check out O’Shea’s at The LINQ Promenade, which has a strong party vibe throughout the cozy, full-featured casino floor, with three bars, beer pong and a stage for live music. Another option might be Carnaval Court at Harrah’s Las Vegas, which lacks the casino but has live music and adds flair bartenders.
Escape the real world and go virtual at VR @ The LINQ. Photo courtesy of Patrick Gray.
Wind it Up or Wind Down
After the pool or bar, if you’re looking to keep the energy level high with fun for the whole squad, check out Re:Match and the new casino at the LINQ Hotel + Experience. Get a few laps in at the Mario Kart machines and try your luck with the interactive touchscreen bar top games that pit you against other players in fending off an alien invasion of Las Vegas or catching virtual Sticky Chicken chicken wings.
If you’re looking to unwind a bit and cool off, you can’t go wrong with a little bit of shopping. Whether your budget is “window shopping only” or “treat yo self,” Las Vegas’ shopping destinations are as much about the experience as they are about the merchandise. Stroll through the The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, home to more than 160 specialty stores, a 50,000 gallon aquarium and the Fall of Atlantis show. The trendy retailers, numerous afternoon show options and awesome dining scene make the Miracle Mile Shopsa Vegas must-do, as well.
For the ultimate wind-down before dinner, some spa time can’t be beat. Refresh yourself with a massage and skin treatment at Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Palace, and unwind It’ll be worth it to enter the work week renewed and revitalized.
The open kitchen at HELL’S KITCHEN restaurant. Photo by Jennifer Whitehair, courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
End the weekend On a High Note With a Nice Dinner
Brunch was filling, but the day has been long and eventful, and your tummy is probably rumbling by now. It’s time for some grub!
To close out the weekend with something fun and over-the-top, try out Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen and Bar at The LINQ. With the “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” host as its namesake, you know to expect some ridiculous (and ridiculously tasty) fare including huge burgers, wings, tacos and even some small bites to share. Split an order of Trash Can Nachos for the full Fieri experience.
Or, how about ending the night on a true high note – at one of Gordon Ramsay’s restaurants in town. Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace features many of the celebrity chef’s trademark dishes and some delicious exclusive creations, like beef Wellington, the HK burger, Eggs in Purgatory and the delectable sticky toffee pudding.
And if just one dish isn’t enough, Bacchanal Buffet, also at Caesars Palace will be sure satisfy everyone in your group multiple times over. Featuring hundreds of daily offerings, many perfectly portioned on small plates so you can try more dishes, Bacchanal features everything from to watermelon mini salads and tri-tip steak to sushi and pho.
This hotel’s obviously been around forever, but it’s not nearly the way you may remember it. For one, the casino got a fresh revamp and it’s looking, well, fresh. The casino looks sleek and sophisticated, all while keeping its inviting, welcoming appeal. The casino swapped its brassy gold for shiny silver, complementing the deep purples. It gives the hotel a completely new, contemporary feel. The pool, as well as the rooms, got a new look too.
Harrah’s, what’s your secret to being so fun? (Find out now.) Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
When you check in, there’s a lobby bar across the way. And not too far from that, you’ll come across one of the fanciest Starbucks locations you’ve ever seen in a hotel. It even has USB ports to ensure your electronics are fully charged. Grab a drink at one of two places (or heck, why not both?) and let the games begin.
Check out some other fun facts about this popular Las Vegas hotel:
Serenity at its finest. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
The Pool Is Free (and the Perfect Escape)
Sometimes we want a break from the Vegas craziness. That’s not to say we’re against pool concerts, wild contests or everything that shrieks Sin City, but having some calm R&R by the pool is just as enticing.
Welcome to the pool atHarrah’s Las Vegas, where you can sip on a cocktail and soak up the sun to your heart’s content. We love the pool loungers stationed at the shallow end of the pool, perfect if you want to work on your tan but have a little splash time too.
Not only does this pool offer free admission, it’s family-friendly and got some recent upgrades, such as new deck furniture. There are two pools here, the main one, as well as a smaller pool on the upper deck. Now that’s the pool you should sneak off to and escape from it all.
Donuts at Fulton Street Food Hall. We’ll take the whole tray, please. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Donuts Around The Clock At Fulton Street Food Hall
Come on, admit it – we all crave sweets at 2 a.m., right? Well if you just so happen to be up, head to theFulton Street Food Hall and get your delicious donut fix at whatever time of night. We’re torn between the chocolate poop emoji and vanilla unicorn donuts.
Bubble cones, bubble-bubble-bubble cones: It’s dessert time 24/7. Photo courtesy of Fulton Street Food Hall. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Harrah’s also has the Instagram-worthy homemade bubble cones (like a waffle cone, except the opposite with squares puffed out. Think outtie versus innie). What’s cool about these is you can stuff them with any of your favorite sweet treats. Aw man, that means we’ll have to order at least four of these!
But we’re not just talking donuts and bubble cones. You can also order savory eats like tacos, sushi, sandwiches and anything you have the late-night munchies for. So whether you’re wearing your club outfit from a few hours ago or your jammies from rolling out of bed, we won’t judge either way. You’ll probably see us wearing both.
Big Elvis, also known as Pete Vallee. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Sing With The King
This may not be the best-kept secret since his show is well known, but it’s totally worth the mention. Pete Vallee, who plays Big Elvis at The Piano Bar, is a huge star. How huge? His act is so popular, that there are long lines of folks waiting to get in to see him. So tell us: Are you ready to bring your Elvis game? Well then, you better put on those blue suede shoes!
While you’re here, The Piano Bar also showcases live saxophone music, dueling pianos and karaoke.
Heartbreak Hotel. Photo by Gary Ng.
For The Hardcore Elvis Fans
Singing with Big Elvis is awesome, but you can’t stop there. If you’re a die-hard Elvis fan, you need to see Elvis Presley’s Heartbreak Hotel In Concert. This story-telling concert features more than 18 of his hit songs, so you’re sure to hear all your favorites.
This unique Vegas show will get you movin’ and you’ll also see clips of The King’s life from the show’s huge LED walls. And if you heard that this Vegas show is reminiscent of a Broadway play, that’s because it kind of is: Broadway veteran Jeff Calhoun is responsible for the extra fabulous stage.
Presidential Suite living room. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Rooms With Style
These newly-renovated Vegas rooms are, in the words of Bruno Mars, drippin’ in finesse. Let’s praise the designers who did the renovations here — the rooms and suites are crazy stylish. The spacious Vice Presidential, Presidential and Penthouse suites look like they could be on MTV’s “Cribz.” We love the Penthouse Suite’s dining area and its lazy Susan tabletop piece. We can easily share all of our food (or let’s be real, all of our drinks). Plus, the clean lines and pops of color go with today’s trendy-yet-minimalist look.
The good news? The hotel will have all renovated rooms by the end of the year. So whatever tower or room you book, in a few months it’ll all be brand spankin’ new. Read more about these renovated Harrah’s Las Vegas rooms and suites here.
Winnie and Buck statue (with their pup Chip) at Harrah’s Las Vegas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
The Legendary Winnie And Buck Statue
Rub for good luck…. or maybe not. In any case, you’re in luck if you take pictures with this iconic statue, the focal point of the hotel’s casino.
We don’t know too much about Winnie and Buck other than they’re a fun depiction of tourists. Legend has it this is a couple that Bill Harrah saw frequenting his dad’s casino. And legend also has it the couple won big and to this day, visits casinos to spread their luck to others. In the meantime, you can play the newly added Winnie and Buck slot machines, right next to the statues.
Hmm… so what happens if we dress up like them? And even bring our little pup with us to enjoy the hotel’s pet-friendly amenities? Is this enough to give us good luck? Only one way to find out!
Flippy the Bartender has mad skills. See them at Carnaval Court. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Add Some Flair To Your Stay At Carnaval Court
A show with your drinks? Sure, why not? Head to Carnaval Court and watch Flippy the Bartender work his magic. He’s been doing this for years. Tim “Flippy” Morris makes it look so easy and you can just tell he has great time doing it. We can tell you all the tricks (orread more about Flippy here), but this is just something you gotta see in person.
Carnaval Court is also a hot spot due to its Strip-side location. It has a stage, so they’re constantly playing live music. It’s also a prime location for New Year’s Eve. If you feel like going on a food adventure, you’re only a short walk away from The LINQ Hotel + Experience, which offers late-night dining at Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar.
Hear all those instantly recognizable Righteous Brothers hits at Harrah’s Las Vegas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
It’s summer and when it comes to dining, grilling hot dogs and hamburgers is always a popular choice.
If you’re on vacation, you probably aren’t packing your grill with you, so we’ve come up with a list of the best burgers and hot dogs on the Las Vegas Strip – and you don’t even have to slave over a hot, open flame. Just sit back, relax and enjoy while someone else does the work for you.
Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club mini hot dogs. Photo courtesy of Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club.
Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club
Most people don’t think about food when it comes to comedy clubs, but Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club at The LINQ Promenadeserves snacks with its shows. One of our favorites is the mini hot dogs, which are sold in combinations of three.
You can choose from the Brooklyn with mustard and sauerkraut; the Chicago with tomato, pickle, onion, sport peppers, relish and celery salt; the Coney with smoked brisket chili and cheddar or the Standard with ketchup, mustard and onion.
The Gold Standard at Haute Doggery. Photo courtesy of Haute Doggery.
If you like your hot dogs with a little gourmet flair, head to Haute Doggery at The LINQ Promenade. You can find your classic hot dogs, but you’ll also find some interesting twists on the traditional favorite.
The Gold Standard features smoked bacon, cheddar cheese, tomato confit, baby arugula and garlic-chive aioli and the Billionaire Dog comes complete with a Kobe beef frank, foie gras torchon, port onion marmalade and truffle mayo.
The 10 Millionth Subscriber Burger at Gordon Ramsay Burger. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Gordon Ramsay Burger
If famed chef Gordon Ramsay is the name behind your burger, you know if has to be good.
In celebration of hitting a whopping 10 million YouTube subscribers, Ramsay has whipped up a special 10 Millionth Subscriber Burger. It’s available only until the end of July, so eat it while you can.
The burger is a mix of chuck and brisket with butter grated into the patty. It’s topped with cheese, bacon and an egg grilled within a mushroom. The burger is dressed with sriracha mayo, arugula and tomato.
Bonus: They also have hot dogs at Gordon Ramsay Burger. Get the Straight Up Dawg with yellow mustard, ketchup, pickle and white onion or the Hog Dawg with bacon, cheese sauce, barbecued pulled pork, cabbage slaw, pickles and crispy onion strings.
The Cafe Americano Smokehouse Burger. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
This casual American eatery is open 24 hours inside Caesars Palace so you can get a delicious burger any time you want. They’re made with a blend of short rib and brisket and served on a butter toasted bun.
Try The Smokehouse with barbecue sauce, pulled bacon, aged white cheddar and crispy onion strings, If you partied a little too hard in Vegas, go for the Hangover Burger with braised pork belly, sunny-side up egg, chipotle aioli, crispy jalapenos and green leaf lettuce.
The Shock Top brat at BEER PARK. Photo by Chris Wessling, courtesy of BEER PARK.
Nothing goes better with a beer than a hot dog. At BEER PARK at Paris Las Vegas, you can enjoy their signature Bavarian-style sausages.
The Mexican-style dog is wrapped in bacon with jalapeno, onion and mayo. Beer lovers can also try the Shock Top bratwurst, which features Shock Top caramelized onions, sauerkraut and spicy grain mustard.
The Black & Blue burger at Toby Keith’s. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
This restaurant at Harrah’s Las Vegascombines country music and classic American food, so you know there are burgers on the menu.
Our favorite is the Bronco with smoked brisket, cheddar cheese, bacon, tomato, lettuce, onion straws and barbecue sauce on a classic bun.
Other options include the Black & Blue – a blackened patty, lettuce, tomato, caramelized onion and blue cheese sauce on a classic bun. If you like spice, go for the jalapeno cheddar burger with diced jalapenos and jalapeno poppers on a jalapeno bun.
In-N-Out Burger at The LINQ Promenade. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
This West Coast favorite hamburger chain offers 100 percent fresh beef burgers and fresh fries. If you’ve never tried one, head to The LINQ Promenade and find out what all the hype is about.
You can get a classic hamburger or cheeseburger or make it a Double Double with two patties, American cheese, freshly sliced or grilled onion, lettuce, tomato and In-N-Out’sfamous sauce.
Triple decker burger from Wahlburgers. Photo by Kristine McKenzie, courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
If you’ve ever gotten hungry watching A&E’s reality show “Wahlburgers,” you can try the real thing at the Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s Las Vegas. Executive Chef Paul Wahlberg and brothers Mark and Donnie serve fresh burgers like The Our Burger, a third pound burger with lettuce, tomato, onion, cheese, Paul’s signature Wahl Sauce and house-made pickles.
They also serve specialty burgers like the Thanksgiving turkey burger with stuffing, roasted butternut squash and orange-cranberry sauce.
Vegetarians and vegans can get their burger fix here too. The Impossible Burger is a plant-based burger with smoked cheddar, lettuce, caramelized onions, housemade chili spiced tomatoes and Paul’s Wahl Sauce.
Guy Fieri’s Bacon Mac N Cheese Burger. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Everyone knows Guy Fieri likes to do things a little over the top and that includes his burgers at The LINQ Hotel + Experience. Guy’s Big Bite Burgers are made with 100 percent USDA Choice ground beef and cooked to perfection.
Don’t miss the award-winning Bacon Mac ‘N’ Cheese Burger with crispy applewood bacon, six-cheese mac ‘n’ cheese, onion straws, more cheese and Guy’s Donkey Sauce on a garlic-buttered brioche bun.
If you prefer a turkey burger, there’s the Tatted Up Turkey Burger with poblanos, pepper jack cheese, gouda, ancho bacon, sweet pepper red onion jam, lettuce, tomato, pickle and onion and Donkey Sauce on garlic buttered pretzel bun.
The Barbary Dogs from eatwell. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Barbary Dogs at eatwell
Want a hot dog fix and don’t have a lot of cash? Head over to eatwellrestaurant at The Cromwell and grab their signature chili cheese Barbary dogs topped with shredded cheddar and smoked chili. You get three, plus a 16-ounce drink for just $5.
Dirt Dog at Bally’s Grand Bazaar Shops. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
This famous California hot dog stand at Bally’s Grand Bazaar Shops serves premium all-beef hot dogs with an array of delicious toppings.
The House Dog features onions and bell peppers, Thousand Island sauce and green chili spread and is topped with ketchup, mustard, mayo and bacon bits.
Another tasty option is the Green Dog with onions and peppers cooked in chimichurri sauce with guacamole spread and topped with cilantro, bacon bits and a slice of lime.
If you have been to any of these restaurants and had a great experience, share this list with your friends. It’s never a bad thing to bring your friends with you to the best hamburger restaurant or best hot dog restaurant in Las Vegas.
That’s not all, though. Far from it, in fact. The only thing hotter than the summer heat is the red-hot lineup of entertainers and goings-on in Las Vegas this month.
Gwen Stefani performs at the Zappos Theater in Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Show photos courtesy of Todd Stefani/Bruiser Pictures And Robb Dipple/Ehmerican Multimedia.
There’s No Doubt that Gwen Stefani Rocks
Icon Gwen Stefani is back for more with a string of hits from the ’90s, ’00s and ’10s. The No Doubt frontwoman and solo sensation is back for another run of Gwen Stefani: JustA Girl at the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Catch Gwen on July 5, 6, 10, 12-13, 17, 19-20, 24 & 26. Tickets start at $57.
Get Your Boots on for Reba, Brooks & Dunn
Country music fans can look forward to not one, but three legends of the genre performing together on stage at Reba, Brooks & Dunn. The trio return to the Colosseum at Caesars Palace for their Vegas residency, July 3, 5-6. Tickets start at $55.
We’re told Potted Potter is a hoot. Photo courtesy of Potted Potter.
Potted Potter Casts a Comedy Spell
Even if you don’t know the first thing about Harry Potter (it’s OK, there are dozens of us), Potted Potter at Bally’s Las Vegas overcomes that gap with catchy songs, hilarious jokes and compressing all seven books into a 70-minute production. Best of all – it’s a family-friendly afternoon show, so you can have plenty of time after for even more Vegas activities.
The water’s just right. Photo courtesy of Drai’s Beach Club.
Party At the Club, Day or Night
Some people party with their favorite DJ by the pool in the a.m.
Other people party with their favorite DJ in the nightclub in the p.m.
And then, OTHER people do both. And then keep going until the next a.m. or p.m. We applaud their energy.
Whether you party by day or night, here are some of our top daylife/nightlife picks for July:
Flamingo GO Pool
Sisqo: July 7. Doors at 9 a.m.
Country Concert Series featuring Randy Houser: July 12. Doors at 8 p.m.
Drai’s Beach Club
DJ Pauly D’s Playground: July 4, 7, 14 & 21
Laidback Luke: July 6
Migos: July 13 & 27
Ty Dolla $ign: July 20
Calvin Harris: July 5, 12 & 26
Zedd: July 6 & 16
Martin Garrix: July 13
Tiesto: July 20
Drai’s Night Club
Wiz Khalifa: July 5
Migos: July 12 & 26
DJ Pauly D: July 18 & 25
TIP: July 20
Big Sean: July 27
The Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis. Photo courtesy of Caesars Palace.
Taking over the Garden of the Gods pool at Caesars Palace, Cove Beach will feature live entertainment, refreshing cocktails and shisha (water pipes) in 18 tobacco flavors. Monday through Wednesday, Cove Beach is free, Thursday through Sunday admission is $20 ladies, $30 men.
Here are the themed parties you can enjoy:
Rosé Soirée: For $100, guests can enjoy limitless rosé from 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. or standard admission for the cover charge. DJ Colione and special guests will curate a selection of party beats.
Little Havana: Each Friday, Cove Beach transforms into a vibrant, Latin-themed party inspired by Miami’s Little Havana, with a drink menu including the Black Dragon Mojito, with hints of blackberry, mint and lime.
FRSH: On Saturdays, take it back to the 1990s at this day-to-night party. DJ Dany Neville will play all your favorite jams from the decade.
JMRCK: A tropical getaway saved for Sundays, this island-inspired takeover invites you to relax and enjoy DJ Crown Prince and DJ Colione’s Caribbean beats.
Brooklyn Bowl comes alive during concerts. Photo Courtesy of Brooklyn Bowl.
Feel the Grooves at Brooklyn Bowl
Keep your beer hand free and stretch your legs out, as Brooklyn Bowl is home to an eclectic mix of free local shows, dance parties and touring acts this month. Get shaking to the ’80s Dance Party with DJ C01, rock out with some hopheads at Motley Brews’ Reel Big Beer & Bowling Fest or cap the month off with an appearance by The Drums (that’s the band… not the instrument). Here are some of our highlights:
80’s Dance Party with DJ C01: Saturday, July 6 at 8 p.m. (Free)
Toots & The Maytals: Wednesday, July 17 at 7:30 p.m. (Starting at $31)
J Boog: Saturday, July 20 at 8 p.m. (Starting at $25)
Reel Big Beer & Bowling Fest ft. Bowling for Soup & Reel Big Fish: Saturday, July 27 at 6 p.m. (Starting at $45)
Streetlight Manifesto: Sunday, July 28 at 6:30 p.m. (Starting at $20)
The Drums: Wednesday, July 31 at 7:30 p.m. (Starting at $22)
172 Makes (Sound) Waves at Rio
Don’t sleep on 172, the intimately sized venue at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino that books acts both up-and-comers and classics alike. They also have sushi – so you can show off your great taste in music and cuisine, all in one place. Catch these acts in July:
Rashaan Patterson Live – Up Close & Personal: Friday, July 5 at 7:30 & 10:30 p.m. (Starting at $23)
Ocean Alley: Saturday, July 6 at 9:30 p.m. (Starting at $18)
Two for the Show – A Tribute to Journey and Bon Jovi: Saturday, July 13 at 10 p.m. (Starting at $14.03)
Thaddeus Gonzalez: Thursday, July 25 at 9 p.m. (Starting at $10)
We can’t wait to dig into these tropicalicious Pina Colada Pancakes. Photo by J Rick Martin.
If You Like Piña Coladas…
Cabo Wabo Cantina, at Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, celebrates National Pina Colada Day with a special take on their signature pancakes, available from Monday, July 8 to Friday, July 12.
The Piña Colada Pancakes, made with the cantina’s original buttermilk pancakes, topped with house made pineapple syrup, fresh pineapple slices, a dollop of whipped cream and freshly toasted coconut, is priced at $13.95 and pairs remarkably well with its libation counterpart.
Hey, who said pancakes were just for breakfast? Or that coladas were just for nights?
Who says it has to be all about gambling when you hit up a Las Vegas casino?
The LINQ Hotel + Experience is a real game changer. From old-school favorites and today’s popular picks to hologram gaming and VR, this beats your weekend marathons on the couch.
Not only can you play to your heart’s content, but you can enjoy other fun, futuristic surprises like interactive LED walls and much more.
Not your average sportsbook. At The Book, you can relax surrounded by high tech games and plenty of TVs. Photo courtesy of Patrick Gray for Caesars Entertainment.
The LINQ’s transformation began last year with The Book, a modern take on the traditional race and sportsbook. Instead of rows of seating like a college lecture hall (Zzzzz), here you’ll find a relaxed lounge setting with a self-serve draft beer wall, food from Sticky Chicken food truck, beer pong, shuffleboard and more. If you’re renting a Fan Cave, split your screen between multiple games or take a break and hop on an Xbox or VR unit. Add in bottle service and mobile food delivery from Stick Chicken for the ultimate gameday fun. How many sportsbooks you know have these great features?
People watching? More like fish watching! Enjoy a digital aquarium with your drink at RE:MATCH. Photo courtesy of Patrick Gray.
The hotel also recently launched RE:MATCH bar, offering an interactive touch-screen bar top that surprises you with a variety of games from Sticky Chicken For President to aliens invading Las Vegas. Everyone at the bar can compete in the pop-up games and a lucky participant can win a free drink.
Re:Match and The Book are just the start of all the new features at The LINQ Casino. Here are just a few other reasons why we love the new and improved LINQ Hotel + Experience:
“It’s ah-me! Mar-i-o!” Race your friends at The LINQ’s newest bar, Re:MATCH. Photo courtesy of Patrick Gray.
The Nostalgia Of Old-school Games
There are a select few (this blogger included) who miss the simplicity of old-school consoles. Take the 8-bit Nintendo, for instance. Anyone can master a game if it only has A and B and up / down / left / right buttons. Playing at the arcades was definitely another favorite pastime. It’s what we lived for every weekend and after school. At The LINQ, you can relive part of your childhood with favorite games like Mario Kart, Mortal Kombat and even the world’s largest Pac-Man. Sounds like you know where we’ll be most of the day.
Escape the real world and go virtual at VR @ The LINQ. Photo courtesy of Patrick Gray.
The Excitement of the Latest And Greatest
Wait — weren’t we just talking about nostalgia? Yes, but you’ll get the best of both worlds at The LINQ.
Powered by Survios, you can choose from six different reality booths at VR @ The LINQ. You can play as short as 20 minutes or as long as an hour. These start at $25 for 15 minutes and you can play up to an hour for $85.
Games include Creed: Rise To Glory, Electornuats (where you get to play music for the biggest parties), Sprint Vector (an award-winning extreme sports game) and more. And for all the fans of “The Walking Dead,” expect to see the VR game here soon.
Even if all the booths are full, you can book one for a later time, grab a beer and come back. You’ll even get a text notification when your turn is coming up.
Brag to your friends back home by sharing your hologram gaming on social media. Photo courtesy of Patrick Gray.
A first-of-its-kind on the Las Vegas Strip, you can test your skills with VNTANA’s hologram gaming. Located in the center of the casino, you can play one of three different games: Tic tac toe; Paper, Rock, Scissors or Pop ‘em. All the games capture a moment from your play, which you can share on social media.
Get your game on at the casino’s new eSports lounge. Photo courtesy of Patrick Gray.
Calling all League of Legends fans: Who says you have to leave the lane swapping or zoning at home? Take a break from the Vegas excitement and get in the game at The LINQ’s eSports lounge, right next to the Catalyst Bar. Powered by Alienware, you can play LOL (or any of your other favorite multi-player PC games) on one of the 24 individual stations. You even get to kick back on a gaming chair. For a hardcore gamer, life can’t get any sweeter than this. You can play for $15 per hour.
Art that moves you as well as moves with you – that’s what we’re talking about. Photo courtesy of Patrick Gray.
Other Fun Ways To Play
So you’re not a gamer — no worries. There are other ways to tap into fun at The LINQ’s newly revamped casino area. For instance, when was the last time (if any time) art moved with you?
If you’re walking into The LINQ from the Strip and notice that the LED art is following you… you’re right! You’ll even see people dancing to see the light follow their slick moves. (Speaking from personal experience, it does get addicting.)
Designed by artist and developer Refik Anodol, he combined art with technology creating a digital masterpiece you won’t catch back home. If anything gets you moving out of your comfort zone, it would be this LED entrance.
But speaking of dancing…
That’s my jam: Groove to all your favorites at The LINQ’s energetic live music show. Photo courtesy of Patrick Gray.
Everybody Dance Now (At The Extreme Live Show)
Take a shot of liquid courage if you need to (or simply absorb the Vegas excitement around you). It’s time to dance at the Extreme Live Show, The LINQ’s daily live music show. We’ll be the first to tell you this isn’t your average casino lounge act. Not only do you hear your favorite party songs live, but the music video of that song is playing right behind the band.
This blogger raced across the casino as soon as she heard Montell Jordan’s “This Is How We Do It.” What’s cool is the singers are not shy to jump off the stage to interact with you. You better be ready to sing!
If you’re more of the dancing-in-your-head type, you can still enjoy live music at the electronic games and tables area. Play electronic craps, blackjack, baccarat and roulette while listening to a live DJ spin energetic tunes.
You may think you’re not a dancer, but we’re sure there’s one way that’ll get you moving: Wherever you’re playing slots in the casino, if you win big, one of the LED screens on the ceiling will make it rain with electronic dollar bills. And what song is more fitting to play throughout the casino than The O’Jay’s “For The Love Of Money?” (Money, money, money… mon-ey!)
Share All The Pics On The ‘Gram
Careful – he may bite! Get up close and personal with your favorite T-Rex. Photo courtesy of Patrick Gray.
So a dinosaur walks into a casino…
One of the other new elements we love about The LINQ: You’re strolling through the casino and BOOM – out of the blue see a giant T-Rex on display by the themed Jurassic Park slot machines. Just across the way, you’ll find Ghostbuster’s Slimer on display with its themed slots. There’s just so much to see and do here, you need to make time in your day to experience it all.
The LINQ Promenade. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
The LINQ Hotel + Experience got a major revamp in its casino, but The LINQ Promenade also has some new spots you need to check out:
Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club: Kimmel personally works with the club’s general manager to book talent for the room. This list of up-and-coming comedians will have you laughing ’til your face hurts. The dual-level 8,000-square-foot comedy venue also has a bar and lounge area, inspired by Kimmel’s own living room.
Maxie’s: If you’re all about cotton candy-topped pancakes, Oreo cookie waffles or a variety of sandwiches, then stop by this newly-opened American diner.
Nectar Bath Treats: These bath treats look so pretty, you’ll be tempted to eat them. While they aren’t edible, they are made with vegan-friendly ingredients and smell divine. Plus, who doesn’t want to smell like a Coconut Dream or Fruit Smoothie?
Peachy, and the rest of his Chilean flamingo flock celebrated with flamingo-friendly treats and a multi-tier faux flamingo-themed birthday cake that was set up for a few birthday pics. Peachy’s got to post to Instagram. Photo by Brian Steffy. Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
In what’s probably the most adorable news you’ll read all day, Peachy the Flamingo, one of the charming residents at the Flamingo Wildlife Habitat, turns 21 years old this week.
With this being Las Vegas, that means Peachy can officially party with the rest of us!
We’ve put together a flockstar party itinerary for Peachy (or anyone celebrating their 21st birthday) to celebrate in style without leaving the comforts of his home at Flamingo Las Vegas.
Just call dibs on the bunk you like. Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Check in to Your Swanky New Room
Start the occasion right by checking the flock into one of Flamingo’s new, group-friendly bunk bed accommodations.
The luxe Bunk Bed Suite packs 1,000 square feet of stylish goodness into its walls, with a 500-square-foot parlor area and a 430-square-foot bedroom with two queen beds and two full-size bunks. All in all, you can fit six in this room.
The parlor area includes oversize lounge furniture and a full kitchenette, so you have space for all sorts of games, snacks, and any other fun activities you have in mind.
The smaller Bunk Bed Room, at 515 square feet, sleeps six and is perfect for a group that just wants to crash for the night. It has a separate vanity area and living area, so you don’t have to get in everyone’s business while getting ready.
It’s almost too pretty to drink. Photo by Brian Steffy. Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Wet Your Beak with a Drink at Bird Bar
Where else would you go for your first legal drink? Bird’s right in the name!
At this quirky, bird-cage-bedazzled bar, enjoy a Pink Flamingo cocktail any time of day. Featuring Barefoot Rosé and New Amsterdam peach vodka with a splash of soda, the $10 drink is topped with signature pink flamingo gummies and a special flamingo stir stick.
Looking to save some cash on you birthday celebration? Between 5 – 6 p.m. take advantage of the awesome 50-cent beer happy hour at Bird Bar.
If you and the flock are feeling a little competitive, try Bird Bar’s beer pong tables and flex those awesome pong skills.
Join the party at Flamingo’s Go Pool. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Perch at GO Pool Beach Club
What’s a better idea– and a more gracious one – than a beer pong victory lap? How about taking in some rays and some beats at GO Pool Dayclub?
Get a cabana by the pool for the flock, kick back with some tropical drinks and enjoy the hidden oasis vibes while listening to some of Vegas’ hottest DJs and performers. Some of GO Pool’s upcoming talent includes big names like Flo Rida (on June 23), so you know it’s a good time.
Sharing is caring. Sharing surf & turf is REALLY caring. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Dine at Center Cut Steakhouse
It’s time to celebrate the occasion with class – at a classic Vegas steakhouse.
Dimly lit with cool retro touches, Center Cut is a blast-from-the-past steakhouse that offers a look at the Sin City of old while serving premium cuts of beef free from hormones and steroids.
Since flamingos have a diet that includes shellfish – we suggest Peach split some Surf & Turf with his carnivore friends. Just a suggestion, that’s all!
Play Some Table Games
Hit me! Double down! Kenooooo!
Wait, that last one doesn’t go with a table game – not that you’d know, as a newly minted 21 year old, right?
For your first night out at 21, you’ve got to try your luck at some of Flamingo’s table games. We’re fans of craps, which looks complicated but is a fun, social game. You can always let someone among the other players take you under their wing and flamingle with the other players.
If that’s all too anxiety-inducing, you can always stick to something simple like blackjack. And hey, the number 21 is pretty significant in that game, too!
Is it hot in here? Photo by Thoma Corruzi.
Night Out at X Burlesque
What better way to celebrate this milestone of adulthood than with an adult show?
X Burlesque, set inside a cabaret-style theater, features acts like a giant champagne glass burlesque dance and classic strip tease just to add to the seductive air of it all. The 75-minute topless revue features gorgeous dancers, steamy fantasy scenes and a great variety of modern and classic music.
Stick around for the meet and greet for an autographed poster to commemorate the occasion. Because you know what’s hot? Freebies are hot.
If you’re still out late after the show, maybe hit up Bird Bar one more time for reverse happy hour from 2 a.m. – 10 a.m. for a night cap before heading to bed.
So, get out there, party responsibly, but have a ton of fun. Happy 21st birthday, Peachy!
Peachy, one of eight Chilean flamingos at the Flamingo Wildlife Habitat. Photo by Brian Steffy. Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Here’s a secret you might not know: It gets hot in Las Vegas in the summertime. And while nobody does pool season like Vegas, there are plenty of other ways to beat the heat in the desert. There is, perhaps, no better city in the world to find indoor entertainment than this one. How do you keep cool in Las Vegas? We present to you some of our favorite indoor Las Vegas fun and entertainment options. Go, play, and remember… hydrate!
Bally’s las vegas
Talk about split personalities. Real Bodies at Ballys. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Mini Golf And Exhibits
Get your strokes in and see the innards of someone who might have had a stroke at one point at Bally’s Las Vegas.
Play the freakiest, creepiest, most other-worldly miniature golf at Twilight Zone by Monster Mini Golf. Enjoy 18 holes inspired by the classic television show, which will transport you to other dimensions. Meanwhile, the Real Bodies exhibition takes a scientific peek into the human being and all the systems that make the species run, literally and figuratively, using real human specimens. Check out all our Las Vegas attractions on the Las Vegas strip.
You can’t buy this area of The Forum Shops, but you can take a picture here and get those likes on social. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace
At Caesars Palace, you can shop ’til you drop at The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. Luxury shoppers can choose from 160 specialty stores and buy everything from clothing to computers. And don’t forget about all the other attractions at the stunning mall. The Fall of Atlantis animatronic show utilizes talking robotic statues to tell a mythic tale, light show and all. There’s also a 50,000-gallon aquarium. Even if you aren’t in the mood to purchase anything, a trip here will certainly up your selfie game.
Swank spot at Montecristo Cigar Bar. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
A Drink With Friends
For those looking to get out of the sun and get into a “man cave,” check out the Montecristo Cigar Bar. The 4,000-square-foot space offers multiple rooms with different vibes, stellar whiskeys, small bites, sports on the big screens, and of course, some of the best stogies around.
Lastly, spend some time at Vanderpump Cocktail Garden from reality TV queen, Lisa Vanderpump. Though it’s indoors, it will transport you to a landscape and feeling all its own. It’s perfect for those who want to sip on a fancy cocktail and snap some social media pics.
Rio all-suite hotel & casino
The Wall Gaming Lounge at Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Head over to the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino and get in the game(s). First, for those who want to combine the hardcore attitude of miniature golf with the rebellious nature of rock’n’roll, there’s KISS by Monster Mini Golfwhere you can use your love gun, aka putter, to rock ’n’ hole-in-one all night and PARty every day.
Shop where even the sky is indoors. Miracle Mile Shops. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Shop ‘Til You Drop
Shoppers, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino is the place for you. The Miracle Mile Shopsmeasure 1.2 miles worth of storefronts, eateries and theaters. H&M, M-A-C Cosmetics and Urban Outfitters are just a few of the name brands guests will find as they stroll about the mall. Plus, for those who miss being outside, look up at the sky facade and enjoy a “rainstorm” every now and again. Caesars Entertainment does have some of the best shopping on the Las Vegas Strip.
Let’s call it sports book swag at The Playing Field Lounge. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Place A Bet
Sports fans, make sure to visit The Playing Field Lounge, a sports book taken to the next level. Guests can root on their favorite teams on the 55 flat screen televisions and get yard-long beers on draft while experiencing the swank surroundings. There are also two jumbo screens and a VIP area. And after the games are over, the party continues as the lounge stays open deep into the night.
Develop your chef skills with some fresh ingredients at GIADA. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
For those looking to learn a few things and get some expert training, The Cromwell offers multiple options. Gastronomes can delight in meals they help prepare under the guidance of the chefs at GIADA with a Vegas Curated experience. And once fully plated, they will enjoy the fruits of their labor with the aforementioned chefs. Meanwhile, those who prefer to make beverages can learn from the experts at Bound Bar by taking the Mixology Master Class. Enjoy all of these experiences with Vegas Curated.
FlamingoThe Flair up there
Continue your journey into mixology expertise with another Vegas Curated experience. At Flamingo Las Vegas, guests can flock over to Bird Bar and up their bartending game with some swagger. Learn the intricacies of flair bartending and take some new, sick moves back home with you as you twist, twirl, flip and flop bottles. Who knows? Maybe you’ll create the next tasty bird themed cocktail. Rowdy cardinal, anyone?
No ordinary-sized birthday card will do when it’s for Big Elvis. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Fools Rush in
The King lives – at least his spirit does – at Harrah’s Las Vegas. Pete Vallee plays the hits of Elvis Presley as you’ve never seen them before. He is Big Elvis – the icon who impersonates The Icon. Catch the “Devil in Disguse” perform Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 2 PM – 6 PM at The Piano Bar and get “All Shook Up.”
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It’s always a party at O’Sheas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
The Party is here
There is plenty of indoor entertainment at The LINQ Hotel + Experience and The LINQ Promenade. Start at O’Sheas where it’s always a party and guests can gamble on traditional table games or gamble on their own party game skills and play beer pong. Part Irish pub, part casino and a party leprechaun, what more do you need?
Tattoo’d America is all about tattoos and America. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
With locations in Arizona, San Francisco and Las Vegas, Club Tattoo is always a trendy choice for your tattoo, body piercing and jewelry desires. After you get your new ink, head over to Tattoo’d America, an interactive attraction that celebrates all things body art. There are 21 separate experiences that include games, installations and of course, backgrounds for selfies. Body art, body painting and tattoos are all given their due here.
The Book has more beer then your house and Xboxes too Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Get yourself – and a bunch of sports-loving buddies – a fan cave at The Book. Each of the 12 spaces has its own 98-inch TV, two 49-inch TVs, an Xbox, game consoles and VR. There’s also bottle service plus food from Sticky Chicken that will be delivered right to you, so you don’t have to miss a minute of your favorite game.
Stop by VR Adventures and get transported into 3-D virtual worlds that are so real, you’ll wonder if you are in a simulation. Then again, is life a simulation? Maybe, but if it is, we at least found ways to keep cool and have fun while the sun beats down during the summer months.
Las Vegas doesn’t do subtle. We like things to be over the top – and that includes our hotel accommodations.
Caesars Palace is known for its luxurious collection of rooms and suites, but did you know there’s a whole other level of rooms you can book at the hotel? The Caesars Palace Villas are super opulent suites that are like having your own private estate for your vacation.
Stay like a Caesar in these lavish rooms and you’ll be living large with amenities like butlers, private elevators, limo trips to and from the airport, fireplaces, spa pools, private terraces and more. The villas come with a four figure and higher price tag, but if you’re ready to splurge, you can make your next trip to Vegas unforgettable.
Octavius Tower Penthouse living room. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Octavius Tower 69th Floor Penthouses
The Octavius Penthouses are the height of modern luxury and sophistication on the top floor of the Octavius Tower at Caesars Palace.
The 69th floor penthouses are reached by private elevator
Each room features dark wood furnishings, marble touches and neutral tones.
The one-bedroom suite features a spacious living room, a wet bar and eight-seat dining area perfect for entertaining. Select rooms include sectional seating, media rooms, and a whirlpool tub with a view.
The bathrooms are the perfect place to relax in luxury with a steam shower and designer Bvlgari spa products.
Complimentary round-trip airport limo service is included in your reservation.
Starting from: $2,700 a night To book: Call 855-855-9205
PALACE TOWER VILLAS
The Vulcan Villa living room. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
one Bedroom Vulcan Villa
The one-bedroom Vulcan Villa is the perfect party pad. With 2,040 square feet of space, there’s room for you and all your pals. The newly-renovated villa is decorated with a masculine touch. Think man cave meets luxury hunting manor. The warm brown-and-gold décor is accented by black and red.
Guests will appreciate the comfortable pillow top queen bed and the spectacular view of the impressive Garden of the Gods pool complex at Caesars Palace.
The bathroom features a walk-in shower, spa tub and Bvlgari bath products.
Starting from: $3,109 a night To book: Call 855-855-9205
Manor Villa living room. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Two Bedroom Manor Villa
If you’re looking for an elegant place to stay in Vegas, you’ll love the newly-renovated English-style Manor Villa that offers views of the Las Vegas Valley.
The two-bedroom, 3,000-square-foot villa is perfect for dinner gatherings or cocktail parties. There’s a spacious living room decorated in blue and green accents and an eight-seat dining table features a beautiful crystal chandelier overhead.
Relax in bedrooms with pillow top queen beds. The bathrooms are stocked with Bvlgari bath products and you can pamper yourself in a spa bathtub.
Starting from: $6,109 a night To book: Call 855-855-9205
Chateau Villa living room. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Three Bedroom Chateau Villa
Oh là là! The 3,400-square-foot, three-bedroom Chateau Villa is your ultimate luxury escape. This newly-renovated villa is French-inspired and features sage green décor, wooden accents and nature-inspired art.
This room is perfect for entertaining – there’s a 10-seat dining table with a stunning crystal chandelier above.
Relax in the bedroom on pillow top queen beds. There are also multiple marble-adorned bathrooms with Bvlgari bath products.
Starting from: $9,109 a night To book: Call 855-855-9205
Sparta Villa bathroom. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
This 3,400-square-foot villa can be configured with either two or three bedrooms. The room has recently been renovated and features a Greek theme with grey and blue colors and splashes of red.
Its location on the 29th floor means there are spectacular views overlooking the Caesars Palace pool complex.
The luxurious bathroom is stocked with Bvlgari bath products.
Starting from: $3,109 a night To book: Call 855-855-9205
FORUM TOWER VILLAS
Cleopatra Villa living room. Photo by Jennifer Whitehair / Total Vegas Blog.
The name says it all – this villa is fit for royalty. Cleopatra herself would have been more than comfortable here.
This 5,000-square-foot suite is adorned with marble throughout and you’ll find next-level amenities like a dining room stocked with fine china and crystal, a grand piano, an indoor fountain and your own fitness facility.
You can also take relaxation to another level with an in-room sauna, a steam shower and an 800-square-foot patio with your own spa pool overlooking the Strip.
To top it all off, butler and round-trip limo service come with your stay.
Starting from: $15,000 a night To book: Call 855-855-9205
The Marc Antony Villa. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Marc Antony Villa
You’ll feel like you’re ruling over Caesars Palace when you stay in the palatial Marc Antony Villa 20 floors above the Strip.
This 5,000-square-foot, three-bedroom villa boasts an indoor fountain, fireplace, million-dollar furnishings, a grand piano, separate dining room, marble baths and more.
The highlight is a private 800-square-foot patio with stunning views of the Las Vegas Strip and an over-sized spa pool.
You’ll have a butler attending to your every need during your stay and limo service to the airport.
Starting from: $18,000 a night To book: Call 855-855-9205
Neptune Villa bathroom. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
If you’re traveling with a big group, you’ll find all the room you need in the 4,000-square-foot Neptune Villa. There are three bedrooms – two with king beds and one with two queen beds.
You can make the villa even larger with a connector option with the Artemis Villa.
The Neptune Villa features opulent amenities like a fireplace, a private terrace with a spa tub and a view of the Garden of the Gods pool complex.
Starting from: $15,000 a night To book: Call 855-855-9205
Artemis Villa great room. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
You’ll be feeling like an emperor in the Artemis Villa. The 4,000-square-foot villa features three bedrooms and can be connected to the Neptune Villa to make the space even bigger.
The villa is decked out with a large great room, a billiards room, a fireplace, a private terrace and even a golf simulator to help you perfect your swing.
You can enjoy the view of Garden of the Gods pool complex from the terrace.
Starting from: $15,000 a night To book: Call 855-855-9205
Marcus Aurelius Terrace. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Marcus Aurelius Villa
For a truly over-the-top Vegas experience, the Marcus Aurelius Villa delivers.
The 9.500-square-foot space features three bedrooms and unbelievable amenities like an exotic fish tank, a double-sided fireplace, a grand piano, a billiard room and a media room with theater-style seating and massage chairs.
As if that’s not enough, you’ll also enjoy a private terrace with your own spa pool and fire pit. There’s a private elevator and complimentary round-trip airport limo service.
Starting from: $25,000 a night To book: Call 855-855-9205
Titus Villa billiard room. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
It doesn’t get much more luxurious than the 11,200-square-foot, three-bedroom Titus Villa.
This royal retreat features a media room with massage chairs, a billiard room, its own bar, an iPod stereo and a grand piano.
Your private outdoor garden has a pool, fire pit and direct access to Garden of the Gods pool complex at Caesars Palace. Your stay comes with round-trip limo service and a butler to attend to your every need.
Starting from: $25,000 a night To book: Call 855-855-9205
It’s always a hot one in Vegas for July 4th – not just on the thermometer (so stay hydrated), but in terms of entertainment and activities lined up for the occasion. And that’s without even counting the dazzling fireworks display in the sky!
Be sure to visit this post frequently, as it will be updated with new info as it becomes available.
Don’t miss the Independence Day fireworks at Caesars Palace. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Enjoy Spectacular Fireworks
The best spot for fireworks year after year, Caesars Palace will be firing off its annual spectacle Thursday, July 4 from the pool area at 9:15 p.m. If you want the best point to view the show, you’ll want to be outside the hotel by the fountains or across the street at The LINQ Hotel + Experience. Plan for the show to last about 15 minutes.
Caesars Entertainment salutes our troops. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
To thank our military members, Caesars Entertainment is giving veterans and active military personnel up to 50 percent off rooms when they book on Caesars.com during the 4th of July Weekend, July 2 – 8. The discount is good on stay dates through the end of 2019. Check out the Las Vegas military discount deals.
The Caesars Rewards Salute card is just one way Caesars Entertainment thanks our armed forces.
VETERANS ALWAYS SAVE WITH SALUTE
Caesars Entertainment supports the nation’s servicemen and women with the Caesars Rewards® Salute card. This loyalty card upgrades any active-duty military member, any member of the National Guard & Reserve veteran, plus their spouses, to Platinum Caesars Rewards status.
Some of the other perks of the Salute card include:
Complimentary parking at many destinations, including Las Vegas and Atlantic City
Special pricing at restaurants
5 percent discount on Hawaiian Airlines flights
A complimentary stay at Atlantis, Paradise Island in The Bahamas
Tier status match with the Wyndham Rewards hotel program
World Series of Poker SALUTE to Warriors
During the July 4th weekend, poker players can win and support USO and other veterans organizations at a new four-day charity event called World Series of Poker SALUTE to Warriors.
Taking place at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, the No-Limit Hold’em event is a $500 buy-in gold bracelet with 25,000 starting chip stack and 40-minute levels.
The charity event is open to all, and active military and veterans encouraged to join in the action. It all kicks off Tuesday, July 2 at 11 a.m. You can register in person at the Rio or online.
Yep. Tastes like freedom to us. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Family-Friendly Fun at The LINQ
It doesn’t get much better than spending a nice summer day with family. Add some barbecue, live entertainment, and fireworks and you’ve got the makings of a perfect day right there.
The LINQ Promenadefulfills that dream with family-friendly activities through the 4th of July weekend. They will feature a caricature artist, water pistol painters and water balloon contests throughout the day from July 4 through July 7. The most American dining spots at The LINQ, Virgil’s BBQ and ameriCAN, will feature specials throughout the weekend as well.
After you’ve had your fill of activities, you’ll want to check out The LINQ’s line-up of events:
Thursday, July 4
6 to 9 p.m. – Pre-Fireworks Festival
8 p.m. – Sunset Parade through hotel to fountain into Lights at The LINQ dance show
8:30, 9:30 and 10:30 p.m. – Lights at the The LINQ dance show
9 p.m. to midnight – Dueling DJs Silent Disco by the fountain
Friday, July 5
8:30, 9:30 and 10:30 p.m. – Lights at the The LINQ dance show
8:35, 9:35 and 10:35 p.m. – Saints of Las Vegas play at The LINQ fountain stage
Saturday, July 6
8:30, 9:30 and 10:30 p.m. – Lights at the The LINQ dance show
8:35, 9:35 and 10:35 p.m. – Empire Records play at The LINQ fountain stage
Entertainment and Nightlife
Comic Nikki Glaser will put on a string of shows at Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club at The LINQ Promenade from July 4-7. The stand-up artist is also known as a podcaster and for frequent TV roast appearances. Tickets start at $29 plus taxes and fees.
She’s more than “Just A Girl” now. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.
Singing your heart out at a Gwen Stefani concert? No Doubt! Gwen’s catchy jams from her solo career and No Doubt years continue to keep swaying and singing along at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. She’ll be performing July 5 and 6. Tickets start at $78.
For country music lovers, legends Reba, Brooks and Dunnwill conclude their latest string of shows on July 3, 5 and 6 at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Tickets start at $55.
If moving your feet late into the a.m. is your jam, Calvin Harris kicks off the weekend on July 5 at OMNIA Nightclubat Caesars Palace, with Zedd following on July 6.
Over at Drai’sat The Cromwell, DJ Pauly D will spin some tunes during beach club hours on July 4 and 7, with Jessica Who taking the boards on July 4, and Laidback Luke on July 5. Wiz Khalifa and Meek Mill will headline Drai’s Nightclub on July 5 and 6, respectively.