Ten places to visit in Vegas for adults
Most people know that Las Vegas is referred to as the “entertainment capital of the world” and that it’s nickname is Sin City. Vegas the ideal getaway for a mature crowd, with an extensive variety of adult-oriented entertainment.
From tranquil restaurants at Borgata to crowded dance floors along the Strip, there’s a little something for every grownup in Vegas. Read on to find the ten best places in Vegas for adults.
The High Roller
The High Roller is the tallest ferris wheel in the US. Standing over 160 metres tall, at the very centre of Las Vegas, the views from here are nothing short of breathtaking. Visitors can see for miles in every direction, getting a sense of the true immensity of the city.
Those who don’t want to stand in a queue when they get there, can book online in less than a few minutes. The air-conditioned cabins are popular for couples, but the experience is just as entertaining with friends or family.
Hakkasan nightclub is a multifaceted entertainment venue situated within the MGM Grand Hotel. It’s a nightclub, a live music venue and an award-winning restaurant, all rolled into one with the added bonus of being a popular celebrity hangout.
Thanks to exquisite architecture and state-of-the-art equipment, Hakkasan hosts some of the best parties in Vegas. The club plays host to major performing artists regularly, and it certainly doesn’t hurt that their contemporary Chinese cuisine is beyond delicious.
The Linq Promenade connects Las Vegas Boulevard to the Strip, making it a highly convenient thoroughfare for anyone on the hunt for a good time. What’s more, it’s got plenty of its own entertainment to offer and more than enough distractions along the way.
Whether visitors want to shop at a few luxury boutiques, enjoy a delectable meal or party the night away, the Linq Promenade has something for everyone. It’s essential to stop by Gordon Ramsey’s restaurant for some unforgettable fish and chips.
Marquee nightclub and day club
Boasting close to 20 square kilometres of real estate, Marquee Las Vegas is a hybrid venue that functions as both a nightclub and a day club. Unlike Hakkasan, Marquee doesn’t have a truncated interior, and the entire venue transforms as day turns into night.
During the day, pool loungers and cabanas turn the club into a rooftop paradise, with all the cocktails and food one could ever want. When the sun goes down, the best DJs in the world do their thing, playing the hottest EDM, hip-hop and pop music.
Vegas is renowned for its extravagant venues, but Omnia Nightclub takes it up a notch with some of the most elaborate interiors Sin City has ever seen. It’s made up of three separate floors and a mezzanine level, with a massive stage in the centre of the club.
At the top of Omnia lies a relaxing rooftop garden with inspiring views of the city. The mezzanine looks out over the main floor, with a sleek and ultra-comfortable lounge rounding out the floors. Combined, they form an electric atmosphere of pure ecstasy.
If craft cocktails in a trending venue sound appealing, S Bar hits all the right notes. It’s a snazzy but comfortable hangout, inspired by 1920s Los Angeles with distinct art deco elements to its design.
Seeing as it’s one of the latest cocktail lounges to hit the Strip, it’s no surprise that S Bar is a popular hangout at the moment. Checking it out is worth it for the drinks alone, with all sorts of interesting cocktails on the menu, like the Snow Globe and Starry Night.
Skyfall Lounge has a distinct air of sophistication about it. It’s an indoor sky lounge along with an open-terrace balcony, with a modern interior design and an adjacent restaurant to complement the signature drinks menu.
Situated on the 64th floor of the Delano all-suite tower, Skyfall represents only one part of a larger whole. The Delano tower lies within the Mandalay Bay hotel complex, which makes it awfully convenient for those who don’t want to travel up and down the Strip too much.
Top of the World
For over two decades, Top of the World has been an award-winning restaurant, renowned for its 360-degree rotating dining room, and the ability to provide premium service in an exclusive setting.
To give an idea of its exclusivity, table reservations are limited to seven people and the dress code is strictly upmarket. Bookings must be made in advance and the waiting list can be full for weeks at a time, but this is one eatery that’s definitely worth the wait.
At the heart of the Strip lies the Venetian, a sprawling resort with more than enough entertainment to keep patrons busy for weeks. Fancy a romantic gondola ride? How about a live performance, drinks at the bar, or a spa day?
The Venetian Resort has it all. With three bars, three cocktail lounges and a theatre to rival the best of them, it’s an all-inclusive package that keeps people coming back for more year after year.
Zouk nightclub is one of the most technologically advanced venues in Vegas. Situated directly on Las Vegas Boulevard, the club is famous for throwing large-scale parties with big-name headers, such as Deadmau5, Tiesto and Machine Gun Kelly.
The club is separated into two areas: the Capital Bar and Empire, each with its own unique music, decor and atmosphere. Capital Bar has a laid-back environment, while Empire is where you’ll find the strobe lights and neon lasers.
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