Las Vegas News

“Le Reve” at Wynn Provides an Over-the-Top Escape

We figured it was high time to dive into “Le Reve” at Wynn Las Vegas, and the dazzling show certainly doesn’t disappoint. “Le Reve” at Wynn is quintessential Las Vegas spectacle, and it’s no secret nobody does spectacle better than Sin City. Or hangovers. But mostly that first thing. Read More

Biting In at Burger Brasserie Las Vegas

I am very fond of the restaurant Burger Brasserie. My only quibble is with the name. The word “brasserie” was not in my lexicon. Brasserie, not to be confused with a brazier, a thing that holds hot coals, or brassiere, a thing that holds boobs. I had to look up the word to discover it meant a type of French restaurant with a relaxed setting. Ok, now it makes sense since it is officially part of the Paris hotel. Read More

2016 Was McCarran Las Vegas Airport’s Second-Busiest Year

McCarran International Airport served 47.4 million passengers last year, making 2016 the second-busiest year in the airport’s 68-year history. Read More

Pennsylvania man wins $1 million on Las Vegas slot machine

An unnamed slot player at the Cosmopolitan on Super Bowl Sunday went back to his favorite machine with $2 before settling in to watch the game. Early in the day, he had cashed out for $500. Read More

Checking In: Luxor Pyramid Deluxe King Room Review

Back in December, my wife and I stayed in a Luxor Pyramid Deluxe room for a couple of nights. We used MyVegas points to secure the room because after we had got our plane tickets, money was tight. We did two nights at Luxor and two nights at Stratosphere (not MyVegas, but affordable considering NFR was in town). Both locations were outside our mid-strip comfort zone, but nonetheless, we were headed to Vegas to document all the holiday goodness taking place! Read More

24 Hours Las Vegas Guide For Guys

Tick tock, tick tock … you’ve got just 24 hours in Vegas. Can you do it? Yes, yes you can and you can do it all in one hotel. Caesars Palace packs an empire of Vegas experiences into one location. So whether it’s a last-minute brocation or an unexpected layover in Sin City, we’ve got your travel tips to make the most of your 24 hours at Caesars Palace. Read More

Hoops On The Strip: March Mayhem Is Upon Us

Take a break from working on your jump shot and head to Las Vegas for our annual Hoops on the Strip. We have the lowdown on where to score the best seat during the 2017 college basketball championships. Read More

Lyft Premier Brings Luxury Ride Option To Las Vegas

Passengers wanting a luxurious ride-sharing experience can order a Cadillac Escalade, Lexus LS and other high-end vehicles beginning Thursday when Lyft Premier debuts in Las Vegas. Read More

Las Vegas Neon Museum – Revisited

If there is anything in Las Vegas that deserves to be revered and remembered it is the signs. Thank goodness that someone recognized that fact and built a place to preserve these works of art. The Neon Museum was founded in 1996 and since that time they have sought to preserve and restore the historic signs of Las Vegas. Read More

Britney Spears’ Las Vegas Residency Has Now Earned $100 Million, And It’s Not Done Yet

Over the years, Britney Spears has proven herself to be one of the most bankable musical stars on the planet. She can sell tons of album and has moved tens of millions of singles. Featuring her name or face on the packaging of a product, whether it’s clothing, perfume or even mobile games, can makes it fly off shelves. She has also brought her golden touch to her Las Vegas residency, which has just become one of the most successful musical endeavors The Strip has ever witnessed. Read More