Las Vegas, Nevada
Las Vegas, Nevada
Once you feel you’ve sufficiently sampled all the high-end life Palm Springs has to offer, there’s really only one other desert location nearby that deserves a spot on a treat-yourself road trip out West, and that’s Las Vegas. If you’re traveling in true elegance, the only way to stay in Vegas is in one of the penthouse suites. At the Venetian, that means a glass chandelier as well as expansive views of the city through floor-to-ceiling windows. Or for a more art deco take on the town, there’s the penthouse suite at the Bellagio, which comes with automatic access to the Chairman’s Lounge as well as many VIP Concierge services.
None of this is to say that those who’d like to roll into Vegas with luxury in tow are without their own options. The LVM Resort is specifically designed to accommodate Class A motor coaches, providing owners, renters, and guests the finest in facilities and service. That includes 24-hour security, a clubhouse, multiple pools, tennis courts, an on-site restaurant, and more.
While Vegas is certainly synonymous with gambling, there are also other ways to keep yourself entertained, such as the many great concerts, shows, and other performances that take place on a nightly basis. Or for something even louder, there’s driving real race cars at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Fly around the track in your choice of over 50 exotic cars and 23 race cars. For a more pampered version, you can let a real professional race car driver do all the work, while you just sit back and enjoy the speed.
For the best in dining, the casinos all like to try and outdo each other with offerings from well-known celebrity chefs. Food enthusiasts may find themselves with analysis paralysis trying to decide where to eat, considering the wealth of acclaimed restaurants and chefs in town. But one restaurant that seems to have everyone’s tongues wagging is Joël Robuchon, located in the MGM Grand. It’s been said that dining here is both an event and a splurge. If you arrive unusually hungry, you might want to consider the restaurant’s 18-course degustation menu, which will set you back $445 per person.
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