Las Vegas News

Checking In On The Evolution Of ‘Absinthe’

How many times have you walked out of a Las Vegas show making plans to see it again? That’s part of the magic of the Strip, building experiences that keep visitors coming back. But have you ever walked out of a show and wanted to see it again immediately afterwards? That’s what happens at “Absinthe.” Read More

7 Surprisingly Good Fast Food Restaurants In Vegas

When you think fast food you probably think salty fries, greasy burgers and food that may be convenient but doesn’t pack much of a taste or nutritional punch. But that’s not how we do fast food in Vegas. We have quick-service restaurants with gourmet bites from Michelin-starred chefs and tasty places where you can enjoy a quick, healthy meal without the side of guilt. Read More

Slot Player Hits $11.8 Million Jackpot In Downtown Las Vegas

A lucky visitor cashed in on a multi-million dollar jackpot at a downtown Las Vegas casino. Slot player Rodolfo T. hit an $11.8 million Megabucks Jackpot Tuesday night at the Fremont hotel-casino. Read More

Cosmopolitan Investing More Than $100M In MajorUpgrade

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is investing more than $100 million to upgrade its rooms, joining a growing list of Strip casinos refreshing properties as tourism flourishes in the nation’s entertainment capital. The two-tower, high-rise casino will gut 2,895 rooms in its first major renovation since opening nearly seven years ago, said Patrick Nichols, senior vice president of strategy and business development. Read More

5 Most Expensive Las Vegas Homes Sold So Far This Year

The most expensive house sold so far this year is located at Queensridge, an exclusive neighborhood located off Charleston Boulevard between Hualapai Way and South Rampart Boulevard. Read More

High Temps Cause Changes In Las Vegas Airport Schedules

The extreme summer heat in Las Vegas prompted one airline to suspend service for the season and another to adjust its departure schedule and caused an undetermined number of delays and cancellations at McCarran International Airport. Read More

Will Major League Soccer Be Coming To Las Vegas Soon?

But above all, entertainment is what defines it; a place designed around the single purpose of separating you from your money. Add 150,000 hotels rooms and it is more than well equipped to cater for it as well. There is nowhere else quite like it. Read More

Top Golf Las Vegas Becomes Star Magnet

Ever since it opened a little over a year ago behind MGM Grand on Koval Lane, Topgolf has become a hot addition to the Las Vegas Strip — and one of the hottest celebrity hangouts in the entire valley. When the Topgolf experience was first revealed, there were naysayers who predicted that hitting the little white ball wouldn’t be any form of competition to our celebrity chef restaurants, fabulous shopping and show experiences. Read More

Demolition Crews Make Quick Work Of Las Vegas Club

The Las Vegas Club, in downtown Las Vegas, opened in 1930. It closed on Aug. 19, 2015, and is well on its way to being a memory. The Las Vegas Club is being leveled to make way for a new Las Vegas resort. The resort project is informally referred to as “18 Fremont,” the address of the shuttered Las Vegas Club. Read More

Bellagio’s Junior Suite Fails To Impress

Ah, The Bellagio, featured in so many movies; the iconic fountains; the palatial exterior; the famous gardens; the luxurious restaurants and the broad, sprawling casino where no-one seems to be winning very much at all. Every Vegas trip, I like to have a “treat” for myself – an overpriced meal in luxurious surroundings; a spa treatment with all the extra trimmings; front-row seats in the theatre; $20 bets on blackjack… As Mrs. Iun was joining me for this particular trip, our treat was a King Room in the Bellagio. Or so we thought. Read More