11 Things You Should Know About Las Vegas Casinos

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So, you’re planning a trip to Las Vegas. Get ready for fun in the sun! No, seriously, Las Vegas is in the desert, so there’s plenty of sun to go around. Even more importantly, get ready to hit the wildest, greatest collection of casinos anywhere in the world. You’re headed to a place where you can go from New York to Egypt to Italy just by walking a few short blocks.

The casinos of Las Vegas are magical places that make the impossible seem attainable, where a few lucky folks can turn a small stack of cash into riches beyond their wildest dreams and where you can feast your eyes and taste buds on some of the best food in the country. Still, before you hit the Strip and start flashing the cash at a casino, there are a few things you need to know.

Generally, most folks look at casinos as great friends who are just trying to give you money or as glitzy entertainment that covers up secret rooms with no cameras a la Ocean’s Eleven. The truth of the matter is, casinos are neither generous nor scary. But if you’re armed with a few casino facts, you’re going to enjoy your Las Vegas visit much, much more.

1- Casinos Want You to Play

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For some reason, this statement feels controversial or, at the very least, not obvious. But the fact of the matter is, casinos want you in their four walls liberally splashing some cash. To that point, casinos don’t mind if you win some money.

They obviously don’t want you doing it too much or too often, but if you win some money, you have a good time. It makes you want come back to play again.

Also, they might use you in their marketing to show that dreams really do come true.

The important part, though, is that the casinos will find ways to reward you if you lose money and the loyalty programs offered in Vegas already do a good job at that. These rewards probably won’t be in straight dollars, but if you find that you’ve paid in a tidy sum of money, you can expect to get roughly 30% to 40% of that money back in casino comps.

2- Casinos Only Make Money When You Lose

Loser Text in Bubble Type, Confetti Falling Down, Cash Bills FloatingThe opposite side of casinos wanting you to play is that they don’t want you to play well. The magnificent skyscrapers, fancy lights, and flashy attractions do not pay for themselves. They’re paid for largely by you losing money on the gambling floor, buying tickets to shows, and paying hefty prices for food.

There’s really nothing more you have to worry about with this particular item on the list other than the fact that you should keep in mind that a casino is a business that wants you to spend money.

3- You Can Lose Everything

Sorry to be a bit of a bummer with this one, but it’s important to know that casinos are not there to keep you from betting the mortgage, pulling your last dollar out of your checking account, or spending your monthly food budget playing casino craps. More than likely, if they knew you were doing something self-destructive, they would stop you.

Unless you have a very loud megaphone and announce to the world you’re gambling your last dollar, there’s no way for them to know.

That’s why you always set loss limits for each day and, if you can help it, don’t bring a check card or any more money than your limit to the casino floor. It’s too hard to avoid the temptation otherwise.

4- There’s No Such Thing as a Free Lunch

Drink in a Glass on Table, Sign Saying Yes It's Free, Warning Caution Tape Faded Into Background
Nothing at a casino is free. This is something you will have to tell yourself over and over again. The “free” drinks, the “free” trips to bar, etc. may not cost you anything directly, but that doesn’t mean that you’re not paying for them somehow. Those free drinks you’re being served are there to get you tipsy.

Also, that free breakfast you got from the pit boss saved you $20 or so, but he only forked it over because you already lost more than $20 at the table.

That comp is there to make you feel better about losing so you will come back.

The good news, though, is that nothing’s free. So, that perk or comp or reward can be enjoyed guilt-free, because you’ve already paid the house for it. Well, that may not include the free drinks. You should seriously avoid gambling drunk unless you like giving your money away.

5- Pit Bosses Are Your Friend

If you’ve seen enough movies, the idea of a friendly pit boss probably sounds insane, but it’s true. Sure, the pit boss is employed by the casino and is there to make sure no one is cheating, treating the dealers poorly, etc.

However, with that said, if you have a legitimate complaint about a payout or a question about a decision, the pit boss is there to help you clear up those misunderstandings.

It’s important to be courteous when dealing with pit bosses because they are busy and have a lot of power.

At the end of the day, they will do what they can to do right by you.

6- The Odds Are Not Stacked in Your Favor

Colorful Probability Wheel With the Word No on Each ChoiceYou can’t walk through a casino without seeing pictures of happy winners holding huge amounts of money. Those pictures are there to prime the pump of your dreams and make you think that financial independence is just a spin of a slot machine or a hand of poker away.

The sad fact is that there are probably more people in the casino gambling at any moment than there are pictures on the wall because the odds are not in the gamblers’ favor. That doesn’t mean the games are rigged.

Quite the opposite, casinos have to act with a certain level of honesty or you will go somewhere else.

Still, just because the game isn’t rigged doesn’t mean that it’s designed for you to carry home stacks of cash.

7- Drinks Are Served for a Reason

As mentioned above, the “free drinks” at the casino exist for one primary reason—to make you a worse gambler. Even watered-down drinks (you should expect watered down drinks from any place that hands you a free drink) will pack enough alcohol to make you a bit tipsy. Once you’re tipsy, your mind isn’t as sharp and starts to make little mistakes here and there.

That’s not to say you shouldn’t indulge. And if you would rather drink than make money at cards, go ahead and drink until your heart’s content. If you want to play well, you might stick to soda and orange juice.

8- Casinos Don’t Need Your Business That Badly

In other words, don’t be a jerk. It doesn’t matter if you’re a playing the best high-limit rooms in Vegas or playing a penny ante player, the casinos don’t have to tolerate your bad behavior. They have enough customers that if you are doing something improper, they are well within their rights to kick you out.

9- You Are Being Watched

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Just a reminder, there are cameras everywhere in a casino. This isn’t to invade your privacy or make you feel creepy. However, the casino has to be on the lookout for cheats and thieves. Until the casino perfects mind reading, they’re going to have to scan the crowd using their plethora of (admittedly well-hidden) cameras.

10- Casinos Offer Classes

In case you’ve hit the Las Vegas Strip and have no idea how to actually gamble, have no fear. The casinos will actually teach you how to play because they want you to play their games and lose.

Don’t worry, the casino won’t lead you astray.

The casinos offer good classes that will give you some useful tips on strategy for the game and give you a chance of making some money.

11- Be a Good Tipper

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Up above, we mentioned that you shouldn’t be mean in casinos. Now, we want you to actively be nice.

Pretty much everyone on the floor of a casino is living off tips, so don’t be stingy.

Toss your waitstaff a few bucks for those free drinks, tip your dealer when she goes off shift, etc. A happy casino employee is a lot more likely to make your stay more enjoyable than the casino employee you just irritated by being cheap. So be sure to follow the appropriate tipping guidelines whenever possible.


A casino offers a plethora of ways to have fun, be entertained, gamble, and probably lose some money in the process. The good news is that there’s nothing wrong with any of that. If you walk into a casino with your eyes open to what’s going on (namely that a casino is a business, but one that will reward you for doing business with it), you don’t act like a jerk, are nice, and maybe take a class or two, you are going to have a great time in the desert. So go, have fun, and viva Las Vegas!

The 2019 Las Vegas Southwestern Women’s Expo is Almost Here!

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Las Vegas is home to a huge number of different fashion events. Some might even tell you that it’s the fashion capital of the United States. Later this month, the 2019 Las Vegas Southwestern Women’s Expo is taking place. Today, we’re going to take a look at what this popular expo has to offer.

The LVSWE is one of the most popular fashion expos in Sin City. It draws a huge number of attendees every year. Here’s what visitors can expect this year.

Las Vegas’ History of Fashion Events

Las Vegas remains the most popular tourist destination in the United States. More than 40 million people visit this city every single year. As you’d probably expect, Las Vegas has grown to become a fashion hub, with many different shows taking place throughout the year.

One of the first major fashion venues to open in this city is the Fashion Show Mall. This venue opened in 1981, anchored by top brands including Diamond’s, Neiman Marcus, and Saks Fifth Avenue. This mall immediately began putting on fashion shows on a retractable runway in the center atrium.

The LV Fashion Show Mall is still extremely popular today. It’s one of the most common spots for major brands to reveal their new products.

Las Vegas International Fashion Week is another great time to check out the latest clothing reveals. This takes place in August every year and allows all of the world’s most diverse brands to showcase their collections. More than 200 delegates and 50 exhibitors attend each year.

For the past six years, Las Vegas has also been host to the Southwestern Women’s Expo. This event has grown more popular with each passing year thanks to its wide range of different shopping, entertainment, and fashion events. The 2019 Las Vegas Southwestern Women’s Expo is just around the corner. Here’s what attendees can expect this year.

What’s Coming to the 2019 Las Vegas Southwestern Women’s Expo?

Many believe the LVSWE is the best all-around expo for fashion fans in Las Vegas. Unlike many events that only feature runway shows, this expo offers attendees a huge range of different activities to take part in. Visitors here can shop, meet celebrities, win prizes, sample products, and more.

In case you’re unaware, this expo takes place on October 26th and 27th. It’s being hosted inside the Rio Hotel & Casino, located not far from the Las Vegas Strip. More than 60,000 square feet is being used for this expo, offering a massive, fun space for those involved.

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Many world-class fashion brands will be showcasing their products at the 2019 LVSWE. All attendees also have the opportunity to sell their products, as well. Some of the different exhibit categories you can expect here are fashion, skincare, fitness, and career advancement.

There are also several fashion runway shows taking place at the expo this year. It’s still unknown exactly which brands will be featuring their products during these shows. We’ll get a better idea over the next few weeks.

The 2019 Las Vegas Southwestern Women’s Expo is just around the corner. If you love fashion, this is one of the best events in Las Vegas to attend.

Upcoming Fashion Shows to Attend in Las Vegas

The LVSWE isn’t the only major fashion show taking place in Las Vegas. As we’ve already mentioned, there are a huge number of major events taking place over the next several months. One that many are looking forward to is the MAGIC event, taking place in February of 2020. It’s described as a fashion marketplace, featuring shows on the latest apparel, footwear, and accessories.

UBM Fashion puts on this event every single year. Attendees are able to check out all of the different showcases on display. This event takes place inside the world-famous Mandalay Bay Hotel & Resort. It’s actually bigger in scale than the 2019 Las Vegas Southwestern Women’s Expo and features top fashion brands from around the world.

Not everyone can attend one of the major fashion events taking place in Las Vegas. Fortunately, the aforementioned Las Vegas Fashion Mall puts on shows every single weekend of the year. From Friday to Sunday, there are runway shows taking place every hour from noon to 6 pm.

On October 27th, the LV Fashion Mall is putting on its popular Fashion & Tailgate show. This will begin at 1 pm and includes live sporting events, food, drinks, and runway shows. All of the money earned from the event goes to charity.

If you’re in Las Vegas on October 26th, make sure to check out the 2019 Las Vegas Southwestern Women’s Expo. You’ll quickly realize why this is one of the most popular fashion events happening in Las Vegas every year.

Feel free to check out our Las Vegas hotel guide for expert recommendations on different accommodation options located throughout the city!

7 Tips on How to Win at Roulette in Las Vegas

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Roulette was the first casino game I ever played. I didn’t realize at the time that the odds on roulette were some of the worst in the casino when it came to table games.

I did have enough sense to avoid the slot machines, though.

Since that first trip, I’ve had a lot of fun playing roulette in Las Vegas. I’ve had many winning sessions, too, which some gambling writers would have you believe is next to impossible.

In this post, I’ve distilled my years of experience playing roulette in Las Vegas into seven tips on how to win, and I’ve explained each of them below.

1- Understand How the House Gets Its Edge in Roulette

House Icon with Casino Chips Floating in BackgroundYou’ll find three different kinds of roulette games in Vegas:

  1. American roulette
  2. European roulette
  3. Sands roulette

American roulette is the most common, so I’ll explain how the house gets its mathematical edge in that game before discussing anything else.

Also, a brief observation about the importance of understanding the odds in roulette:

You should understand the odds in any gambling game because that’s the first step in knowing what you’re up against.

It’s like knowing how many calories are in a meal. You can’t control your weight unless you know what you’re eating. (I can’t, anyway.)

You have a plethora of bets available in roulette, but they all have one thing in common — they would all be long-term break-even bets if there were 36 numbers on the roulette wheel.

But there are more numbers than that. On a standard American roulette wheel, you’ll find 38 numbers.

Let’s ignore red and black, odd or even, or any other complicated bets for now. Let’s just look at the single number bet.

A single number bet is a bet that a specific number will come up. It pays off at 35 to 1.

So, if you bet $100 on the number 7, and the ball lands on 7, you win $3500.

The odds of winning that bet, though, are 37 to 1. You have 37 possible losing outcomes compared to one possible winning outcome.

For purposes of calculating the house’s advantage, take a statistically perfect set of 38 spins — you land on each number once, and you make the same $100 bet on the same number every time.

You’ll lose $100 on 37 of those spins, for a total loss of $3700.

You’ll win $3500 on the winning spin, for a total win of $3500.

You’ll have lost $200 total, which is an average of $5.26 per bet. Divide the net loss by the number of bets to get the average loss in this case.

That’s 5.26% of your action, and that’s the house edge.

The other games have different house edge figures, but that’s what you’re facing, principle-wise.

2- Try to Find a Roulette Wheel With Only One Zero

Remember how I said there are three different kinds of roulette wheels?

The differences between these wheels are the number of possible outcomes on each.

European Roulette Wheel IconA European wheel only has 37 possible outcomes, while a Sands roulette wheel has 39 possible outcomes.

The difference comes from the number of zeroes on each wheel.

All the wheels have the numbers 1 through 36 on them, and half of those numbers are always black and half are always red.

American Roulette Wheel IconThe American wheel also has a 0 and 00, both of which are colored green.

A European wheel, though, only has a 0. There’s no 00.

This reduces the house edge from 5.26% to 2.70%.

And the game plays exactly the same.

The math is easy to do, too. In a perfect statistical set of 37 spins, you’ll only lose $100 instead of $200.

3- Avoid Sands Roulette at All Costs

The payouts for all these roulette games are the same. It’s just the odds of winning that change from game to game.

That single number bet that’s a 37 to 1 shot on an American wheel is a 36 to 1 shot on a European wheel.

But it’s a 38 to 1 shot on a Sands roulette wheel because there are three zeroes on the wheel.

The Sands roulette wheel is tricky, though, because the third zero isn’t labeled as a zero. Instead, it’s often a symbol or a letter of some kind.

I’ve seen reports that some casinos use a symbol of an eagle or the letter “S.”

Either way, it’s a bad deal.

The house edge goes up from 5.26% to 7.89% when you play on a triple zero roulette wheel.

In other words, you’ll lose 38 times, for $3800 in losses. You’ll still only have a single win for $3500, which means you’ve lost $300 over 38 spins, which is $7.89 per spin on average.

4- Find a Game With the En Prison or La Partage Rule

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You’ll only find these optional rules available on European roulette games, and the rules only apply to the even money bets, which I haven’t even discussed yet.

The even money bets at the roulette table are red/ black, odd/even, or high/low.

If you win one of these bets, you win even money. Bet $100, and you’ll win $100.

The house edge is still the same, however. Here’s why:

Take 37 perfect spins on a European wheel. Eighteen of those numbers are red, and 18 of them are black. One of them, the zero, is green.

If you bet on red, you’ll lose $100 on 19 of those spins ($1900 total), and you’ll win $100 on 18 of those spins ($1800 total). Your net loss is still $100 over 37 spins or $2.70 per spin.

But with the en prison or la partage rule in effect, you have a 50% probability of getting your original bet back.

This reduces the house edge from 2.70% to 1.35%.

Now you’re playing a game with odds about the same as craps, which has a house edge of 1.41% on its most basic bet, also known as the pass line bet.

5- Skip the Betting Systems

There are many variations of roulette betting systems to choose from, but the most popular is the Martingale system. To use this system, you make an even money bet. If you lose, you double the size of that bet and bet again. Lose again, and you double the size of your bet again.

When you eventually win, you’ll have won back all the money you’ve lost, and you have a profit on top of that.

If you start with a $5 bet on black and lose, you’ll bet $10 on the next spin. Lose again, and you’ll bet $20 on the next spin.

The thing about this system is that it doesn’t change the house edge.

Every one of those bets is a negative expectation bet, so you’re basically just adding a bunch of different sized negative numbers together hoping to get a positive number as your sum.

And that’s not how it works.

You will see winning progressions with this system, but when you do have a big losing progression, you’ll lose so much money that it will make up for your wins and then some. And that “then some” will eventually be the size of the house edge.

6- Or Use a Betting System if You Want To

Roulette Game Board, Icon Marking X and Arrow for StrategyThe Martingale system isn’t the only betting system used in roulette, but it’s always a great example.

If you understand that the Martingale system doesn’t change the odds, it’s okay to use.

In fact, in the short run, the Martingale system can increase your probability of having a winning session.

I’ve seen estimates that suggested that using the Martingale system in an hour-long session gives you an 80% probability of having a profitable session.

The profits will be small, though.

The other 20% of the time, you’ll have a large enough set of losses to compensate.

That’s because the numbers grow faster than you think when you start doubling them.

If I gave you a penny and you doubled that penny every day for 30 days, you’d wind up a millionaire.

Of course, losing 30 spins in a row on roulette is unlikely in the extreme, which makes for some great roulette bankroll management. However, you only need to lose eight times in a row to need to place a bet that’s bigger than your bankroll, or the table limits can handle:

$5 – $10 – $20 – $40 – $80 – $160 – $320 – $640

Most roulette tables have a maximum bet of $500, which breaks the system right there.

7- Don’t Gamble With Money You Can’t Afford to Lose

Wallet with Cards and Money, Two Stacks of Money with Wings FlyingNo matter what you do in roulette, the odds are against you. Those casinos didn’t get so big by losing money to roulette players.

Sure, you can sometimes win in the short run, but the odds are always against you.

Keep that in mind when you decide how much money you can afford to bet on roulette.


Roulette’s a negative expectation, but then again, that’s true of all casino games. You can still win if you keep your wits about you.

These seven tips for how to win at roulette in Las Vegas are meant to help you do just that — keep your wits about you.

How to Spend 24 Hours in Las Vegas

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Las Vegas is the adult playground of the United States. There are more entertainment and gambling options here than anywhere else in the country. Today, we’re going to give you our expert guide on how to spend 24 hours in Las Vegas!

There are certainly a lot of things to do here. We’ll go over some of the best hotel, entertainment, and gambling options available right now. If you’re planning a trip to Vegas as a beginner and don’t know how you’ll spend your time, allow us to help you out.

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  • How to Spend the Morning in Las Vegas

    Woman Waking Up in Her Hotel Room, Stretching
    Hopefully, you already have a hotel booked by the time you get to Vegas. There are many incredible hotels available located in three main parts of the city. Visitors tend to stay at the Strip, Downtown, or other neighborhoods off the Strip. Each area offers something different.

    The Strip is the most central location where everything takes place. Some of the best hotels in the country can be found here. A few of the hotels that we highly recommend are the Wynn, the Cosmopolitan, and the MGM Grand. These aren’t the cheapest in the city, but they offer the most amenities in the best location.

    Two Hotel Buildings IconWant to stay somewhere off the Strip? There are some fantastic options downtown as well as other areas within the city.

    Those interested in the downtown area probably want to stay in The D. This amazing hotel is found at the front of Fremont Street, giving you great access to the fun and historic part of Las Vegas. If you want to stay off the Strip, but not too far from the city’s biggest casinos, consider checking in at the Palms Casino & Resort.

    So, now you have a hotel picked out. Great! The first thing you should do is make your way from McCarran International Airport to your hotel and check into your room. We recommend that you grab a quick bite to eat and get hydrated before hitting the city. If you’ve only got 24 hours in Las Vegas, you should make the most of the amazing dining options.

    Top Breakfast Restaurants in Las Vegas

    The Sin City is well-known for having some of the very best restaurants in the country.

    There’s a wide range of amazing breakfast spots to fit any budget. Whether you want to spend $10 or $100 for a morning meal, there’s a place in Las Vegas for you.

    If you’re on a tight budget, consider grabbing a bite at Marilyn’s Cafe. This small restaurant is located on Flamingo Street, not far from the Las Vegas Strip. It offers traditional American breakfast at very affordable prices.

    Outside the Mon Ami Gabi in Las Vegas, Eggs and Toast Breakfast on Plate

    If you want to splurge a little bit because you’ve only got 24 hours in Las Vegas, head over to Mon Ami Gabi, located at the Paris Hotel. This restaurant is considered by some to be the best breakfast spot in Las Vegas. Enjoy eggs benedict, cinnamon crepes, and quiche lorraine! It’s the perfect place to load up before you hit the town.

    Now, you’ll be ready to do some walking. Why not check out some of the incredible shops at the Venetian Hotel and Casino?

    The Venetian features one of the most incredible designs of any hotel in Las Vegas. You can spend the morning strolling through the Grand Canal Shoppes, checking out famous designer stores like Hugo Boss, Louis Vuitton, and Burberry.

    Once you’re done walking, it’s time for you to really explore all that Vegas has to offer.

    How to Spend the Afternoon in Las Vegas

    Woman and Man Overlooking Bellagio Fountains
    You’ve had a busy morning checking into your hotel, grabbing a great breakfast, and strolling through one of the coolest hotels in the city. You’ve only got 24 hours in Las Vegas, so now is the perfect time to head over the Bellagio fountains for one of the coolest free shows in the city! It runs from 12 PM to 12 AM on Saturday.

    By now, you might be looking to relax with a good drink. You can head over to the Chandelier Bar at the Cosmopolitan, one of the most beautifully designed bars in the world. The cocktail list is extensive and the bartenders are incredible.

    After a drink or two, it might be time to test your luck in one of the city’s many casinos. Just about everywhere you look, there’s a gambling venue. Choosing what to play depends on your budget!

    Best Afternoon Casinos in Las Vegas

    There’s no way to narrow down the best casino if you’ve only got 24 hours in Las Vegas. Every one of them is different! Some people like small, intimate casinos to test their luck. Others prefer luxurious gambling venues with a range of different gambling options.

    Casino Royale Las Vegas LogoFans of small, less-expensive tables may want to head over to the Casino Royale. This casino offers many of the cheapest table games and slots in the city. Here, you can find $5 single-deck blackjack tables, $3 craps, and the original 25-cent Wheel of Fortune slot games. It’s a great place to start your gambling without breaking the bank.

    Caesars Palace Las Vegas Casino LogoIf you want to play some games in one of the city’s highest-rated casinos, consider heading over to Caesars Palace. It has one of the largest casino floors in the city. You will find just about every type of traditional casino game here, including roulette, slots, baccarat, and poker. There are also some fantastic sports betting options at Caesars available all day.

    Let’s assume you played a few hands and won. Great job! Now might be the perfect time to treat yourself to a delicious Las Vegas lunch.

    Best Lunch Restaurants in Las Vegas

    Yardbird Southern Table and Bar is a fantastic mid-range lunch spot in Las Vegas. It’s located at the Venetian Hotel and offers customers a great menu including sandwiches, fried chicken, and ribs.

    Sandwiches, Earl of Sandwich Logo

    Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, is one of the highest-rated inexpensive lunch spots in Las Vegas. As the name suggests, this is a sandwich shop. There are many creative food items available, most of which cost less than $10. It’s the perfect place to stop for those looking to get back on the city streets.

    By now, it’s probably nearing the evening. If you have the energy, head over to “The Void,” one of the coolest entertainment venues on the Strip. This unique virtual reality room transports you to different worlds, allowing you to play intense multiplayer games with other visitors to the city.

    It’s not overly expensive and will be something you’ll always remember.

    The sun is going down and you’re feeling a little exhausted from a long day. Let’s look at the best ways to spend evenings in this city.

    How to Spend the Evening in Las Vegas

    Vegas Strip at Night, Woman Having a Drink
    Many will tell you that the evening is when Vegas really gets going. The shows, nightclubs, and bars start to get crowded around this time and it can seem overwhelming trying to figure out what to do. Don’t worry, there’s a lot that you can pack into just 24 hours in Las Vegas.

    After your VR experience at “The Void,” it might be time to head back to your hotel room for a quick break. It’s extremely important to stay hydrated here. Spending a little time back in your room refueling and relaxing will help you stay out later in the legendary nightlife scene.

    Once you’re feeling up to it, consider heading over to SkyBar at the Waldorf Astoria.

    This incredible bar has one of the best views in the entire city. The drinks are also said to be one of a kind.

    A delicious cocktail might be the perfect way to get ready for a big dinner.

    There are almost too many amazing dinner restaurants in Las Vegas to name. Choosing where to eat is difficult, we know, but allow us to recommend two that are perfect for any occasion.

    Best Dinner Restaurants in Las Vegas

    Visitors to Las Vegas have access to some amazing buffets. In our opinion, the best right now is the Wicked Spoon.

    Wicked Spoon Restaurant in Las Vegas, Food Options from Wicked Spoon

    This gourmet-style buffet has just about everything you can imagine including sushi rolls, rib-eye steak, and fresh pasta. It costs $49 per adult on the weekend and $42 on weekdays. If you want to really load up on food, this is the place to go.

    Anyone looking for a true fine-dining experience can head over to Picasso at the Bellagio Hotel & Casino. This French-Spanish themed restaurant is one of the highest-rated in the city. You can find incredible dishes here, including Scottish salmon and Japanese wagyu filet mignon. If you have the money to spare, you won’t be disappointed with a dinner here!

    What better way to work off your dinner than by playing a few more hands of blackjack! The casinos will be packed with hopeful bettors at this time.

    Choose any casino that fits your style, and test out your luck for the last time. If you realize that you’re gambling away too much money, don’t be afraid to walk away.

    In our opinion, the best way to really cap off 24 hours in Las Vegas is by spending it at one of the city’s incredible nightclubs. Every major hotel here has a world-class nightclub, most of which regularly feature top artists such as Calvin Harris and the Chainsmokers.

    Best Nightclubs in Las Vegas for 2019

    Hakkasan Las Vegas Nightclub LogoHakkasan at the MGM Grand is a fantastic choice for anyone looking to enjoy their night with others. It’s probably the most popular nightclub in the city with one of the best sound systems you’ll ever experience. Hakkasan is the club that all other Vegas clubs wish they were. Check it out for yourself to see what we mean.

    Light Las Vegas Nightclub LogoIf you want a more unusual clubbing experience, consider heading over to Light at Mandalay Bay. This club has a Cirque du Soleil thing going on, with acrobatic dancers swinging from the ceiling. It regularly hosts top DJ’s and tends to be just a little more relaxed than massive clubs like Hakkasan.

    Hopefully, by now, you should be pretty tired. We recommend that you head back to your hotel room for some much-needed rest. You’ve had a full 24 hours in Las Vegas and should be happy that you packed so much into such a short trip!

    How to Spend 24 Hours in Las Vegas (In a Nutshell)

    Welcome to Las Vegas Sign, Clock
    This is just one guide on how to spend 24 hours in Las Vegas. Everyone has their preferences! Some may tell you to go see a show. Others might insist that you make your way to Downtown Las Vegas to experience Fremont Street. We’re going to quickly wrap up everything that we’ve recommended for those who may have skimmed through the page.

    • Check into your hotel!
    • Fuel up with some breakfast and water. Trust us, you’ll need it.
    • Check out the amazing design and shop at the Venetian Hotel and Casino.
    • Visit the iconic Bellagio fountains. The show is free!
    • Grab a drink at the Chandelier Bar inside the Cosmopolitan.
    • Test your gambling luck early inside the Casino Royale.
    • Eat a delicious lunch and rehydrate yourself!
    • Head over to the “The Void,” one of the coolest VR rooms in the world.
    • Take a quick breather back in your hotel room. You’ve been walking a lot today.
    • Go for another drink at SkyBar, featuring one of the best views in Las Vegas.
    • Enjoy an all-you-can-eat dinner at Wicked Spoon.
    • Spend the late hours inside one of Las Vegas’ famous nightclubs.
    • Head back to your hotel room and enjoy a good night’s sleep.

    And as we mentioned earlier, you don’t need to live close to Las Vegas to play your favorite casino games. There’s a wide range of top-rated online casino sites available throughout the country. They are safe, easy-to-use, and offer just as many games as the country’s top land-based gambling establishments.

    The Best 5 Star Restaurants in Las Vegas for 2019

    Las Vegas Strip Night View, Plate with Fork and Knife On Top, 5 Gold Stars Icon
    Las Vegas is home to some of the best restaurants in the world. Thousands of tourists visit this city every single year specifically to enjoy the culinary scene. If you only have a few days here, it can seem a little daunting trying to decide where to eat. To help with this, we’re going to list a few of the best 5-star restaurants in Las Vegas for 2019.

    With so many incredible eateries in this city, it’s difficult trying to choose which are the best. The restaurants listed below are known for offering incredible food, service, and atmosphere. If you have the budget, these are the top restaurants you’ll want to visit.

    Twist by Pierre Gagnaire: Waldorf Astoria

    Twist Restaurant Food, Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas Logo
    Perhaps the best overall restaurant in Las Vegas right now is Twist by Pierre Gagnaire. This incredible French cuisine venue is located on the 23rd floor of the Waldorf Astoria at the center of the Las Vegas Strip. Diners here have access to some of the best views of Las Vegas currently available.

    Twist is Pierre Gagnaire’s only US restaurant, making it a truly unique place to have a meal. There are several different menus available, all of which come with different prices.

    Those looking for the ultimate dining experience will want to try the “Six Course Pierre’s Experience.” As the name suggests, this is a six-course meal personally selected by the chef. It costs $205 yet most claim it’s worth every penny. The “Four Course Twist Menu” for $140 is another fantastic option.

    Twist also allows you to choose from any one of the amazing individual items on the restaurant menu. Many have given high reviews of the New Zealand Lamb and the Japanese Wagyu.

    Twist by Pierre Gagnaire is one of those eateries that everyone should try. It’s without a doubt one of the best 5-star restaurants in Las Vegas for 2019.

    é by José Andrés: Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino

    E Restaurant at Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Casino, Cosmopolitan Logo
    When it comes to Spanish food, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better restaurant than é by José Andrés. This incredible restaurant, located within the legendary Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino, offers customers a diverse selection of authentic Spanish cuisine hand-selected by José Andrés. As you might expect from one of the best 5-star restaurants in Las Vegas for 2019, prices here are steep, but the culinary experience is one of a kind.

    Unlike many Las Vegas restaurants, é by José Andrés is tucked away in a private room in the Cosmo. It’s not your typical 5-star dining venue. The venue is small and dominated by a steel-topped bar with seating for just nine individuals. Only two seatings are available nightly, which lasts approximately two hours each.

    This restaurant features a creative tasting menu of avant-garde Spanish dishes. You won’t find a menu online, because the food selections constantly change.

    The standard tasting experience costs $275 per person. There are also wine pairings available for $130, and larger tastings that can cost upwards of $500.

    Some consider é by José Andrés to be one of the most exclusive restaurants in the world. Almost everyone agrees that it’s one of the best 5-star restaurants in Las Vegas for 2019.

    Picasso: Bellagio

    Food From Picasso Restaurant, Bellagio Las Vegas Casino Logo
    There’s a good chance that you’ve heard of Picasso. The two Michelin-star restaurant is run by Julian Serrano, one of the most respected Mediterranean-French fusion chefs today. As the name suggests, this restaurant is Pablo Picasso-themed, with several of his pieces of art featured on the walls.

    Everything about Picasso screams world-class. The atmosphere is relaxing and beautiful, the service is top-notch, and the food is tremendous. You can find traditional French food, yet the menu changes over time.

    At the moment, the first course offered here is a lobster salad. The second course is a pan-seared U-10 day boat scallops dish. Next, you’ll be treated to an incredible steak dish with foie gras. The main course options are Japanese Wagyu, sautéed halibut, and roasted tournedo loin of Colorado lamb.

    Julian Serrano lives in Las Vegas, meaning he’s always in the kitchen. You can rest assured that he’s monitoring each dish to ensure it meets his standards.

    The five-course meal costs $132 per person. Considering the quality of the food and incredible atmosphere, this is a phenomenal deal.

    Head over to Picasso, located in the historic Bellagio, to see for yourself why so many claim it’s one of the best 5-star restaurants in Las Vegas for 2019.

    Restaurant Guy Savoy: Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino

    Inside Guy Savoy Restaurant, Caesars Palace Las Vegas Casino Logo
    Guy Savoy’s crown jewel in Las Vegas is, appropriately named, Restaurant Guy Savoy. The culinary legend opened this restaurant in Caesars Palace. Over the years, it’s gained numerous awards including four, five-star awards by Forbes, the 2018 Experts’ choice award from TripExpert, and was even named best restaurant in the world by La Liste.

    When you take the atmosphere and different dining options into account, it’s hard to deny that Restaurant Guy Savoy is one of the best 5-star restaurants in Las Vegas.

    The French eatery has an elegant yet modern design. It offers stunning views of the nearby Paris hotel and actually features several different rooms for guests to dine in.

    The main dining room is where the majority of patrons choose to enjoy their meals. There’s also the “Bubbles Lounge,” and glass-encased “Kitchen Table,” where guests can watch their meals being prepared. In 2017, Restaurant Guy Savoy opened the Caviar Room, which offers unique dishes such as Kusshi oysters and Salmon “mi-cuit.”

    The incredible 13-course tasting menu costs $348 per person before taxes. It’s almost exactly the same price that the Paris flagship restaurant charges. Fortunately, the food is considered by many to be the best in Las Vegas.


    Everyone has different culinary tastes. Some may argue that the best 5-star restaurants in Las Vegas for 2019 aren’t even included on this list. Ultimately, each of the four restaurants featured above offer incredible food and truly unique designs. If you’re in Las Vegas with money to splurge, make sure to check out these incredible restaurants! To learn more about visiting Las Vegas, check out our Vegas guide here.

    7 Afforable Places to Eat Like a High Roller in Las Vegas

    Couple Having Dinner, Las Vegas Strip in Background, Welcome to Las Vegas Sign
    As the movie Dodgeball once explained: “Las Vegas. A city built of hot sand, broken dreams, and five-dollar lobster.”

    The hot sand speaks for itself, and we’ll leave those broken dreams alone for now since it’s the five-dollar lobsters that we’re after now. See, the problem with modern Las Vegas (other than the hot sand) is that the five-dollar lobsters, prime ribs, shrimp cocktails, etc. of yesteryear have dried up. They’re gone like the last drop of water on the hot sand (okay, that’s the last one).

    Adventurers headed towards Sin City expecting to find cheap buffets and steaks are quickly going to realize it’s quite the opposite. They’ll be finding themselves eating under a picture of a celebrity chef, a replica of Hell’s Kitchen, or at world-famous Nobu paying $300 for omakase. It’s is totally worth doing once as long as you go early enough you can stop by the pizza place later to get full.

    In other words, a city that was supposedly funded by losing money to casinos has decided that gourmet food is also an excellent way to separate one from their funds.

    Therefore, you certainly can go to a room that bears that name of a celebrity who may or may not set foot in it more than once a year and pay for the privilege. The other option, though, is to skip the big names and find a place that lets you eat like it was 1950s Las Vegas and pay a lot less than 2020 Las Vegas prices. Even better, you’ll enjoy every bite.

    1- Earl of Sandwich

    That’s right. If you want to feel like you’ve had a meal for a high roller, you should eat a meal fit for royalty. Yes, we’re talking about a sandwich, but not any sandwich. It’s an Earl of Sandwich sandwich.

    Earl of Sandwich in Las Vegas, Sandwich Photo

    Like Vegas elevated gambling and turned it into an art form, the Earl of Sandwich works magic on a collection of artisan meats, cheeses, veggies, and bread. When you go, be sure to check out their seasonal offerings (including Thanksgiving on a sandwich), the Earl’s Club (a hearty mix of meat, bacon, and cheese), or any of their other signature offerings. Most importantly, try one of their chocolate chip cookies and see if you can avoid devouring them in one bite.

    Best of all, a sandwich won’t break the bank as it leaves you feeling full. Find it at the Miracle Mile shops located inside the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.

    2- Bonanno’s New York Pizza

    Bonanno’s is an interesting little pizza place in the food court near the shark reef in Mandalay Bay. It’s probably not going to end up on a lot of “Best of Las Vegas” restaurant guides, but that’s mostly due to its fairly unassuming nature as food court foods go.

    Bonanno's Pizza in Las Vegas Store Front, Pizza Photo

    However, if you spend any amount of time in the Mandalay Bay, you’ll notice a lot of people who work there are carrying around Bonanno’s pizza boxes in sizes ranging from a single slice to large pizza. Even better, Bonanno does exactly what it is supposed to do; pack a lot of flavor into each bite without costing a tremendous amount of money. Seriously, give it a try if you’re on that side of the Strip.

    3- Monta Noodle House

    How does a huge bowl of noodles, fried rice, pork belly, or gyoza sound for less than eight dollars? Have your attention yet? Good, then head down to the Monta Noodle House, located about ten minutes east of the Strip on Spring Mountain road.

    Monta Ramen Noodle House in Las Vegas, Bowl of Ramen Photo

    Located in a strip mall, it’s the type of place you can imagine that local Las Vegans visit when they want to eat and not pay Las Vegas prices. If you go, try the spicy tonkatsu ramen with kimchi and nitamago (egg) or a hearty regular-sized pork belly bowl served with rice.

    4- Marilyn’s Café

    Marilyn’s Café is a throwback to the days of old in more ways than one. This café with an upscale diner menu in a modern diner environment rests in the Tuscany Suites and Casino, near Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas. Entering into Marilyn’s Café feels homey, a feeling that gets one in the mood for old-school type of comfort food at a reasonable price.

    Marilyn's Cafe inside the Tuscany Hotel in Las Vegas, Egg Breakfast Plate Photo

    Fortunately, Marilyn’s Café serves exactly that – diner favorites like old-school breakfasts (eggs, sausage, ham steaks, and bacon anyone?), biscuits and gravy, pancakes, patty melts, burgers, grilled cheese, pot roast, and, of course, prime rib. Even better, the prices will make you think you’ve gone back a few decades. They’re only charging sixteen bucks for a pound of prime rib or $10.50 for a pot roast dinner. Still, that’s not all Marilyn’s is serving up. If you’re looking for something healthy, they have a fitness menu. And if you want something a little less American-style comfort food, they have barbecue, pizzas, carne asada burritos, and ten grilled shrimp for the far-too-reasonable price of $13.99.

    In other words, Marilyn’s Café is a bit of gem. You’re not going to find a place that takes this much care for that price.

    5- Biwon Korean BBQ & Sushi Restaurant

    If you’re willing to go off the Strip for about ten minutes by taxi or Uber, then you really ought to find your way to Biwon on Sahara Avenue. For about twenty-four dollars, the good folks at Biwon will sit you down in front of your own grill and hand you a menu. Your job is to point at the meats, appetizers, sides and ice cream you want and then to cook it when they bring it to you (don’t cook the ice cream, actually.) That’s the beauty of the Korean BBQ: you tell the restaurant what you want, and you get it cooked exactly how you want as often as you want.

    Biwon Korean BBQ in Las Vegas, Sushi Plate

    Even better, you can pay a few dollars more and get the all-you-can-eat sushi to go along with your all-you-can-eat meat. There’s really no downside to all the meat and sushi you want, especially when the service and quality are as high as they are at Biwon. Enjoy this fine eatery until 3 a.m. if you so choose!

    6- Ports O’ Call Buffet

    We couldn’t leave a buffet or two off the list. This is Las Vegas, and we’re trying to be frugal. Not crazy. You just can’t have a Vegas meal without a Vegas buffet. Our first stop on the tour of Las Vegas buffets is the Ports O’ Call Buffet in the Gold Coast Casino.

    Ports O' Call Buffet in Las Vegas, Mixed Buffet Food Plate Photo

    Ports O’ Call is not the fanciest venue, but then again, you’re not paying the fanciest price. Instead, this seven-station buffet includes American, Chinese, Mexican, and Seafood stations (among others). It even offers such tempting delicacies as weekend champagne brunch for a mere $16.99 and a steak and shrimp dinner on Fridays for $21.99. You won’t find a better value for all-you-can-eat food anywhere in Vegas. Definitely give them a try.

    7- Flavors Buffet at Harrah’s Las Vegas

    Our last high-roller-at-low-stakes price comes to us from the Flavors Buffet at Harrah’s Las Vegas. At $31.99 per person for dinner, the buffet is at the high end of the price curve. However, one has to do a buffet when they’re in Las Vegas, and Flavors Buffet remains one of the more affordable.

    Flavors Buffet inside Harrah's Las Vegas, Photo of Mixed Buffet Food Plate

    This buffet advertises that it is “offering more tastes in one place than any other Las Vegas buffet.” They back up that claim by offering Brazilian BBQ, pizza, Italian, rotisserie chicken, shrimp, crab legs, sushi, Chinese, all-you-care-to-drink champagne for brunch, and a soda machine fit for a mad scientist. Oh, and be sure to stop by the dessert case for a little something to finish the meal, like an offering from the gelato station.

    All in all, you’re going to pay a bit more, but you get a lot more. Harrah’s gilds the lily quite nicely, making you feel like you’re at the latest luxury hotel when really you’re buying a rather budget-friendly meal.  It’s a win for any customer. At the end of the day, isn’t that what Las Vegas is all about?


    The sights, smells, and sounds in Las Vegas have been scientifically designed to make you spend money. There are plenty of great places in Sin City that will cost you an arm and a leg to dine, and many of them are absolutely worth every penny. On the other hand, your vacation does not need to rest only in the arms of the expensive dining experience. If you’re willing to look a little more and perhaps leave the Strip for a few short minutes, you are going to find a meal that is both cheaper than the fancy places and every bit as delicious. We encourage you to live like a high roller as much as you can, and when you can’t (or you just want to bury yourself in all-you-can-eat sushi) hop into a cab. Low stakes eats are just a few blocks away.

    Top 10 Airbnbs in Las Vegas for 2019

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    Las Vegas, Nevada is home to some of the best and most popular hotels in the world. Most of these are located on the Las Vegas Strip, where millions of dollars are gambled every day.

    The majority of visitors to this city choose to stay in hotels, yet more are beginning to make the switch to Airbnbs. Today, we’re going to look at the top 10 Airbnbs in Las Vegas for 2019.

    Even a standard hotel on the Las Vegas strip can charge you hundreds of dollars per night. Generally speaking, Airbnbs are cheaper and offer you everything you need for a comfortable stay. The ones on this list all provide something unique. Let’s check them out!

    Signature Balcony Suite at the MGM Grand

    MGM Las Vegas Signature Suite Room
    Want to stay right in the heart of Las Vegas but don’t want to pay insane hotel rates? Consider checking out the MGM Deluxe Balcony Suite 605. This junior suite includes one king-sized bed, one queen-sized sofa bed, a bathroom with a jacuzzi, and a mini kitchen.

    This is a fantastic choice for those interested in staying on the Strip. It comes with free parking on the premises and free Wi-Fi. Guests must be at least 21 years old to check into this room.

    Check out the official Airbnb page for this suite for more details.

    The Blue Baloo

    Outside of Building the Blue Baloo in Las Vegas
    Looking for a more unique stay? Consider checking out the Blue Baloo, located in southern Las Vegas. This “tiny home” is without a doubt one of the top Airbnbs in Las Vegas for 2019. It can comfortably sleep three people with two loft beds and one queen mattress.

    This is the perfect place for those hoping to stay in a slightly more remote location. Here, you won’t be distracted by the glitz and glamor of the Strip. Amazingly, it’s only a 10 to 15-minute cab ride from incredible Vegas hotels!

    The owners of the Blue Baloo are also offering an incredible deal for certain guests. Members of Airbnb with at least five ratings of 5 stars are eligible to stay here for just $75 per night! Contact the owners on the listing’s official Airbnb page here to learn more about this awesome home.

    Palms Casino Resort – Rated “R” Suite

    Palms Casino in Las Vegas Building
    The Palms Hotel and Casino was purchased by Station Casinos in 2016. It has since undergone a series of renovations that are expected to be completed by the end of this year. Many individuals have purchased rooms at this hotel that are now up for Airbnb at a much lower rate than what the hotel normally offers.

    One of the top Las Vegas Airbnbs for 2019 is called the Rated “R” Suite. It’s labeled as the “coolest, hippest condo at the Palms” and can sleep up to four people. This room comes with a luxurious king-sized bed and amazing views over Las Vegas.

    Those staying in this room also get access to the Palms amenities including the Drift Spa, Primp Salon, and swimming pool with a full-service bar. Check out the official listing for further details.

    Cancun Resort – One Bedroom Rooms

    Outside the Cancun Resort Rooms in Las Vegas
    Want to combine the relaxation of a Mexican resort with the vibrant energy of Las Vegas? Consider staying at the Cancun Resort, located in the south of the city. It’s gained great reviews on Airbnb thanks to the incredible pool, spacious rooms, and fantastic amenities.

    The rooms available here are 700 square feet with two bathrooms. It can sleep up to four people. This is truly one of the top Airbnbs in Las Vegas for 2019, particular for those looking to stay in Las Vegas with the whole family.

    It’s important to note that a $30.95 resort fee will be charged here by the resort staff. Photo ID and a credit card are also required at check-in. Take a look at the official Airbnb page for this resort here!

    Mario Andretti Luxury Penthouse at the Palms Casino and Resort

    Inside of Mario Andretti Penthouse in Las Vegas
    Want to really splurge during your next trip to Las Vegas? Why not stay at the luxurious Mario Andretti Penthouse located at the Palms. This 2,100-square foot room can sleep up to 10 guests and comes with some of the best amenities you’ll find in the city.

    The room includes two living rooms, two kitchens, and a hot tub located in the master bedroom. This incredible penthouse also has one of the most astounding views that you can find in the city. It’s not cheap, but if you split the room with several friends it can be less expensive than traditional rooms found on the Strip.

    This is truly the perfect place to let loose. If you’re looking for the top Las Vegas Airbnbs, check out this room’s official Airbnb page.

    Two Bedroom Suites at the Desert Rose Resort

    Desert Rose Resort Suites in Las Vegas
    Another great Las Vegas Airbnb option available right now are the two-bedroom rooms located at the Desert Rose Resort. This resort is located just minutes from the Las Vegas Strip by taxi and come with amazing 900 square foot rooms.

    Each room includes a king-sized bed, private bathroom, and a sleeper sofa. There is also a swimming pool and fitness center inside the resort. This Airbnb costs significantly less than all Las Vegas Strip properties and comes with everything you need for a great stay.

    Many visitors here give this Airbnb great reviews for the low prices and close proximity to the Strip. You can check it out for yourself by visiting their Airbnb page.

    Unique Airstream Trailer Room

    Inside the Airstream Trailer in Las Vegas
    One of the coolest and top Airbnbs in Las Vegas for 2019 is actually a 1971 Airstream trailer! This small, boutique “room” can comfortably fit three people and is found just 15 minutes from the Strip via taxi. It’s a unique experience for anyone who doesn’t feel like staying inside of a traditional hotel room.

    The Airstream is completely renovated and comes with a brand new shower, bathtub, and toilet. There are two beds in the trailer and one foam mattress for a third guest.

    Las Vegas can get extremely hot. Fortunately, this Airbnb also includes a great new air conditioning unit for you to stay comfortable. Head over to the official Airbnb page and check it out!

    VIP Sky Suite Penthouse at the Vdara Hotel and Spa

    Vdara Casino Building in Las Vegas, Red Arrow Pointing to Suites
    This is a great middle-range penthouse suite located directly in Las Vegas. It isn’t going to cost as much as a traditional penthouse suite in Las Vegas, yet it offers most of the same perks. As the name suggests, it’s located near the top of the Vdara hotel directly on the Las Vegas Strip.

    The Vdara room is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom penthouse suite. It can sleep up to five people and comes with a full-sized refrigerator and Keurig coffee maker. As of August of 2019, it has a full five-star rating on Airbnb.

    Amazingly, this room also comes with comped resort fees and taxes, and valet parking. The view alone is enough to call it one of the top Las Vegas Airbnbs. You can check it out today by clicking this link.

    Sinatra’s Penthouse at the Jockey Club Ascot Tower

    Inside the Jockey Club Suite, Sinatra Penthouse in Las Vegas
    What’s cooler than staying at a room that Frank Sinatra used to enjoy Las Vegas? This incredible room can hold up to 11 guests. It includes three bedrooms and two bathrooms and is decorated with vintage Sinatra memorabilia.

    This Airbnb also has direct access to the Cosmopolitan casino complex. The Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino is one of the most impressive establishments in Las Vegas. If you decide to stay here, make sure that you check it out!

    There’s a lot to love about this room. It’s spacious, historic, and offers everything you need for a great, memorable stay. Head over to the official page for this room here.

    Seven-Bedroom Mansion With Two Pools

    Mansion in Las Vegas Nevada
    It doesn’t get much more luxurious than this one. This incredible mansion can sleep up to 26 people, with seven bedrooms and five bathrooms. There are almost too many amenities to list!

    This mansion comes with two swimming pools, a hot tub, private cabana, and swim-up bar. It’s the definition of luxury with each room including a large flat-screen TV. There’s also a ping pong table, basketball court, and giant Jenga set here. There are so many great entertainment options here that you don’t even need to make the trip to the Strip.

    Make sure to check it out to see why so many people call it one of the top Airbnbs in Las Vegas for 2019.

    Are you hoping to play some casino games but can’t make the trip to Las Vegas this year? Don’t worry about it! There are a huge number of incredible online casino websites available throughout the US. Most of them offer just as many gambling options as the top casinos in Vegas and provide safe payment options for all players. If you’re looking to learn more about visiting Las Vegas, we’ve got an entire Vegas section here!

    Best Places to Watch UFC 242 in Las Vegas

    Khabib Nurmagomedov, Dustin Poirier. UFC Arena, UFC logo
    One of the biggest fight cards of the year is just around the corner. UFC 242 will take place in Abu Dhabi and is headlined by lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov taking on interim champion Dustin Poirier. Today, we’re going to help you find the best places to watch UFC 242 in Las Vegas.

    Las Vegas is home to many incredible bars and restaurants that air UFC events. The ones that we are listing here are hugely popular. Whether you’re looking for a huge sports bar or a smaller, quieter place to watch the fights, there’s a venue in Las Vegas for you to watch Khabib vs Poirier.

    Those looking to bet on this event online can check out Bovada. This incredible online sportsbook is available throughout the US and offers incredible odds for every fight taking place at UFC 242!

    Before we get into where you should watch UFC 242 in Las Vegas, let’s take a quick look at the event details.

    UFC 242: Start Times, Channels, Main Card Explained

    Closed Fist Punching IconUFC 242 is the first UFC card to take place in Abu Dhabi since 2014. As we mentioned above, it’s headlined by the undefeated Dagestan native and lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov taking on the surging Dustin Poirier. Poirier captured the interim title with a masterful performance against Max Holloway in April.

    This historic fight will officially kick off with “Fight Pass Prelims” beginning at 7 AM PST. The prelims will air on “FX” at 9 AM. Finally, the main card kicks off at 11 AM on ESPN+ PPV.

    Below is a full list of the main card fights taking place at UFC 242.

    • Khabib Nurmagomedov (C) vs. Dustin Poirier (IC)
    • Edson Barboza vs. Paul Felder
    • Islam Makhachev vs. Davi Ramos
    • Curtis Blaydes vs. Shamil Abdurakhimov
    • Mairbek Taisumov vs. Carlos Diego Ferreira

    This is a fantastic card that promises fireworks. There are some extremely intriguing matchups, particularly in the main and co-main event. Now, let’s take a look at the best places to watch UFC 242 in Las Vegas!

    Here Are the Best Places to Watch UFC 242 in Las Vegas

    It’s not hard to find a bar or restaurant that’s playing major UFC events. Some venues are a little more fun than others though. Here are the coolest places to kick back and watch all of the fights taking place on September 7th.


    There’s a good chance that you’ve heard of Topgolf. This amazing entertainment venue, located minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city and one of the best places to watch UFC 242 in Las Vegas. In case you’re unaware, this is a massive golf entertainment venue that allows visitors to practice their golf skills.

    Top Golf in Las Vegas, Seating, TV Displaying Top Golf Logo

    Topgolf isn’t your traditional driving range. Here, 11 massive targets are laid out across a 215-year field. Your golf balls are electronically tagged. When you hit a target, you gain points. The more difficult the target, the more points you earn!

    Many people that visit Topgolf don’t even come to practice their golf game. This Las Vegas entertainment hub also features several bars, restaurants, concerts, and a swimming pool. It has just about everything you need for a fun day.

    This is without a doubt one of the best places to watch UFC 242 in Las Vegas. Visitors can sit back, enjoy the fights, and play a few rounds of practice golf afterward. Make sure to get here early, it tends to fill up fast.

    Nine Fine Irishmen Bar: New York-New York Hotel and Casino

    Want to enjoy watching the fights inside one of the coolest Irish bars in Las Vegas? Consider heading over to the Nine Fine Irishmen bar. This bar, located at the New York-New York Hotel and Casino, is hugely popular with MMA fans.

    Nine Fine Irishmen Bar Front Inside New York New York Casino in Las Vegas

    This venue is a great place to relax while watching the fights. It has a huge bar with popular Irish beers such as Guinness and Smithwick’s. Most of the TVs feature the fights, making it easy to watch the event from anywhere in the bar.

    The Nine Fine Irishmen bar is also a great place to start out your day! Watch the fights take place, then work your way over to the casino at New York-New York to test your gambling luck!

    Moneyline Sports Bar and Book: Park MGM Las Vegas

    The last place that we recommend is the Moneyline Sports Bar and Book inside Park MGM Las Vegas. It’s one of the newest hotel-casinos on the Las Vegas Strip and is popular with those who prefer to gamble in a more relaxed atmosphere. The Moneyline Bar airs all UFC events and is one of the best places to watch UFC 242 in Las Vegas right now.

    Entrance to Moneyline Sports Bar in Park MGM Las Vegas

    There’s a huge screen that’s perfect for watching all of the action taking place for Khabib vs Poirier. As you’d probably expect, there’s also a massive bar and some great restaurants. Prices are reasonable, and there’s plenty of space for you to sit down and relax.

    There’s also a sportsbook here that makes wagering on the fights extremely convenient. In between fights, you can head over to the Park MGM Sportsbook and place your bets. Consider heading here to watch all the action!

    Speaking of betting on UFC 242, Bovada is currently offering odds on each fight taking place in Abu Dhabi. Here are a few hot bets that you can place through the US online sportsbook right now.

    Top Fights to Bet on at UFC 242 With Bovada

    There are some extremely competitive fights taking place on September 7th. It’s really anyone’s guess how this event will go down. Here are a few fighters that may be worth throwing some money on right now.

    Paul Felder: +150

    Paul Felder, Edson Barboza face to face, Question MarkPaul Felder is one of the most durable fighters on the UFC roster. He proved that during his split-decision loss to Mike Perry at a weight class higher than he normally competes in. Felder broke his arm in that bout, but he bounced back a solid victory against James Vick back at lightweight.

    He’s taking on Edson Barboza in this fight, who many consider to be the most dangerous striker in the game. Lately, however, Barboza has shown a tendency to take big shots. That’s exactly what Felder will be looking for.

    Paul’s a great striker in his own right and has a great shot at earning the KO victory in his bout. It’s unlikely that this fight hits the mat, and if Felder can stay patient and land a big shot, he has a real shot at pulling off the upset.

    With odds of +150, our prediction is that this bet could earn you some solid cash.

    Islam Makhachev: -280

    Islam Makhachev, Davi Ramos, UFC, Question Mark In the co-main event of the evening, Islam Makhachev is taking on the tough Brazilian powerhouse, Davi Ramos. This is a tough fight for both men, as both are physically imposing with grappling-heavy styles. Makhachev is just a little bit better.

    As a training partner for Khabib Nurmagomedov with a 17-1 record, Islam Makhachev is one of the most exciting prospects in the lightweight division. Not long ago, Daniel Cormier praised him as a future champion. Ramos is no pushover, but he’ll have a tough time implementing his style against someone with the wrestling credentials of Makhachev.

    It’s likely that Islam pulls off a unanimous decision in this one. Expect him to pressure Ramos on the feet and work for takedowns later in the rounds.

    The oddsmakers got this one right. Feel free to wager on Makhachev before heading to any of the best places to watch UFC 242 in Las Vegas that we mentioned. He’s a solid pick heading into fight night and not to brag, but we are experts when it comes to UFC fight predictions.

    Mairbek Taisumov: -270

    Mairbek Taisumov, Carlos Diego Ferreira, UFC Octagon, Question MarkSpeaking of lightweight prospects, there are many that feel Mairbek Taisumov is the next big thing at 155 pounds. Despite a 7-1 record in the UFC with five knockouts, he’s flown under the radar during most of his run with the promotion. UFC 242 may be his time to shine.

    He’s taking on the always-tough Carlos Diego Ferreira, who’s currently riding a four-fight win streak.

    Ferreira is looking great right now, but he’s been hurt with strikes in the past. Against Taisumov, that’s not something you can work through.

    Taisumov has honed his striking skills at Tiger Muay Thai in Phuket, Thailand, for years. He’s an explosive striker with fantastic counter-wrestling skills. Our prediction is that this one ends early after Taisumov catches Ferreira and finishes him on the ground with a TKO.

    If you’re visiting Sin City on September 7th, feel free to check out the best places to watch UFC 242 in Las Vegas that we listed. If you’re located anywhere else in the country, feel free to head over to Bovada to place your MMA bets!

    Best Events Happening in Las Vegas in September of 2019

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    There’s always something happening in Sin City. Las Vegas is filled with more gambling, entertainment, and culinary options than almost anywhere else. Today, we’re going to help you find the best events happening in Las Vegas in September of 2019.

    Whether you want to see a show or spend all day in a massive casino, there are limitless options available for you! Below are some of the best things happening in Vegas this month.

    Las Vegas Concerts to See in September 2019

    There are always amazing concerts taking place in Las Vegas. This city is home to many of the biggest and best hotels and entertainment venues in the world. Here are just a few concerts taking place in September!

    Keith Urban: Caesars Palace – September 6-7

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    Calling all country music fans! Keith Urban is officially performing at the Colosseum in Caesars Palace on September 6th and 7th. Urban is performing his new Graffiti U album. If you’re in Vegas during this time and love classic country music, this might be the concert for you.

    Rod Stewart: Caesars Palace – September 18th

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    Legendary British rocker Rod Stewart is officially performing at the Colosseum on September 18th. At 74 years of age, he’s still managing to rock the house. Getting to watch this iconic rock musician is without a doubt one of the best events happening in Las Vegas in September of 2019.

    The Eagles: MGM Grand – September 27-28

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    Anyone visiting Las Vegas during the September 27th weekend can watch one of the best American bands in history perform live. The Eagles will be performing at the MGM Grand on September 27th and 28th. It’s a concert you’re unlikely to ever forget.

    Las Vegas Shows to See in September 2019

    Concerts come and go, but there are some fantastic permanent shows that take place in this city. Here are just a few different shows that everyone can check out this month.

    David Copperfield: MGM Grand – Every Day

    Icon of Magician, Bird Coming Out of HatYes, David Copperfield is still going strong. The world-renowned musician continues to put on his magic shows every single day.

    Each show lasts 90 minutes and takes place from 7 PM to 9:30 PM.

    Feel free to check him out and see why he’s considered one of the greatest performers in Las Vegas history.

    Vegas! The Show: Planet Hollywood – Every Day

    Vegas! The Show LogoVegas! The Show is one of the most interesting ways to learn about the history of Las Vegas. The show takes place every single day, yet it’s still one of the best events happening in Las Vegas in September of 2019. This high-energy musical takes place at Planet Hollywood and each show lasts 90 minutes.

    Chris Tucker: Wynn Las Vegas – September 28th

    Icon of Comedian, Speaking Into MicrophoneIn the mood for some comedy? Consider heading over to the Wynn Las Vegas to see the hilarious Chris Tucker perform. The star of Rush Hour and The Fifth Element will be performing his stand-up routine at 7:30 PM and 10 PM.

    This show is one of the best events happening in Las Vegas in September of 2019, as Tucker is performing for one night only.

    More Things to Do in Las Vegas This September

    There’s more to Vegas than just checking out shows and concerts. If you’re not interested in any of the best events happening in Las Vegas in September of 2019 that we listed above, here are a few simple things that you can do right now.

    Relax at a Las Vegas Swimming Pool

    Encore Beach Club Scene, Crowd Watching DJs, Wynn Las Vegas Casino LogoSummer is wrapping up, but the weather is staying hot in Las Vegas. If you’re looking for a day or relaxing, consider spending some time at any one of the amazing pools in this city. Most of the casino-hotels on the Las Vegas Strip have incredible pools, many of which offer full bars and live music.

    The best pool in Las Vegas is probably the Encore Beach Club at the Wynn. This massive pool area features live DJs, several bars, and great food. September might be the best month to visit this pool, so make sure to check it out!

    Take Part in a Unique Virtual Reality Experience

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    Virtual reality continues to improve. Perhaps the most impressive VR venue in the world is located inside the Venetian Hotel and Casino called “The Void.” It gives you the opportunity to experience different worlds with your friends and take part in fun VR multiplayer games.

    This popular venue is open Sunday through Thursday from 10 AM to 11 PM. It’s also open Friday through Saturday from 10 AM to midnight.

    If you’re in the mood for something a little different, this incredible place might be for you.

    Gamble the Day Away

    Let’s face it, Las Vegas is the perfect place to test your luck. There are some amazing casinos in this city, some cost billions of dollars to construct. If you’re feeling lucky, you might want to check out one of the many gaming venues in this city.
    The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Casino Building, Hand Reaching Towards Pile of Poker Chips and Cards
    It’s not easy to say which casino is the best here. Many visitors love to gamble inside the Cosmopolitan. This amazing casino-resort features 110,000 square feet of gaming space. Here, you’ll be able to play all traditional casino games including blackjack and poker.

    These are just a few of the best events happening in Las Vegas in September of 2019. Make sure to stay tuned for more event announcements here over the next few months!

    Best Hangover Cures in Las Vegas for 2019

    Icon of Woman Slouching on Chair, Welcome to Las Vegas Sign IconLas Vegas is thought of as the party hub of the United States. There are hundreds of incredible bars packed into this city, many of which offer unique cocktails, beer, and wine. Indulging in the nightlife here is fun, but it can often lead to a nasty hangover. Today, we’re listing five of the best hangover cures in Las Vegas for 2019.

    Everyone has their own method of curing a hangover. Water and sleep will only get you so far.

    Here are five great places in Las Vegas to have your hangovers cured in no time at all!

    IV Therapy at REVIV Inside the MGM Grand Casino

    IV Therapy REVIV Storefront in Vegas, Two People Getting REVIV IV Therapy

    After a long night of drinking, your body becomes extremely dehydrated. Severe dehydration is one of the main causes for the headache and nausea you feel after a bender. When hungover, it’s always a good idea to get water in your system as quickly as possible.

    Unfortunately, drinking water can be difficult for some when feeling nauseous. That’s why IV’s work so well! An IV drip will completely rehydrate your body in a fraction of the time it would take while drinking water. REVIV, at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, is the best place to go for this.

    It’s the only IV drip spa in Las Vegas right now. It’s open from 9 AM to 10 PM every single day. Appointments are the best way for you to get in without delay. but REVIV accepts walk-ins.

    Many visitors to Las Vegas swear by IV therapy. Considering this city is also one of the hottest places in the country, REVIV is a great place to get yourself hydrated even if you’re not hungover! It’s without a doubt one of the most effective and best hangover cures in Las Vegas for 2019.

    Relax at “The Beach” Inside the Mandalay Bay

    The Beach Pool, Las Vegas Casino Mandalay Bay

    Vitamin D can do wonders for the body. Sometimes, the best way to cure a hangover is just getting some sunlight! If you’re hurting, consider relaxing at The Beach in Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino located in the Southern portion of the Strip.

    There are many incredible pools in Las Vegas. Many agree that Mandalay Bay has the best. The 11-acre, tropical-themed beach features 2,700 tons of real sand, a wave pool, 100 cabanas, and personalized villas for rent. The atmosphere is enough to make you forget about your hangover!

    Hotel guests can visit this pool for free. Outside guests will need to pay a small fee in order to visit. From May through September, there are live music performances taking place every week.

    Soaking up the sun by the pool is one of the best hangover cures in Las Vegas for 2019. To really get the most out of the experience, consider renting a cabana.

    Take the Hair of the Dog Approach at Hexx Kitchen

    Hexx Kitchen Restaurant in Las Vegas, Two Mimosas

    This probably isn’t a choice that doctors would recommend, yet many people in Las Vegas suffering from a hangover simply choose to keep the party going. You can take the ol’ hair of the dog approach with bottomless mimosas at Hexx Kitchen, right in the middle of the Strip. This restaurant is one of the most popular brunch spots in Vegas thanks to its reasonable prices and great menu items.

    This restaurant offers outdoor seating directly across the iconic Bellagio fountains which definitely makes for a beautiful view.

    The menu is made up of American cuisine, with brunch items like omelettes, eggs benedict, and pancakes. For $26, you have access to bottomless mimosas that can make you forget you were ever hungover!

    This restaurant is part of the Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. This popular hotel operates a number of fantastic restaurants. Of all the brunch spots in Las Vegas, this one might be the best. If you’re ready to get right back on the horse after a long night out, this may be one of the best hangover cures in Las Vegas for 2019.

    Hit the Blackjack Tables at the Wynn Casino

    Blackjack Tables at the Wynn Casino in Las Vegas

    Is gambling really going to cure your hangover? Probably not. The thrill of winning money may be enough for you to forget about your headache, though. If you’re feeling up to it, consider playing a few hands at one of the best casinos in Las Vegas, the Wynn.

    The Wynn recently ranked first on TripAdvisor as the top gambling venue in the country. It’s a truly amazing casino, featuring hundreds of slots and just about every kind of table game you can imagine. Many of the table games here have different minimum bet requirements.

    On some days, you can find blackjack tables with just $10 bet minimums! There’s also an incredible sportsbook here offering odds on different sporting events taking place around the world.

    Not everyone will agree that this is one of the best hangover cures in Las Vegas for 2019. For some, however, the excitement of gambling is enough to make them feel back to 100%. Check out the Wynn’s casino and try it out for yourself!

    Sleep It Off in Your Room at Caesars Palace

    Las Vegas Caesars Palace Hotel Room, Woman on Hotel Bed with Bedding Covers, Caesars Palace Logo

    Sometimes, the best way to keep your hangover at bay is to just relax in bed. Vegas is an exciting city, and it can be extremely tempting to hit the Strip even when you’re at your worst. Generally speaking, this is a bad idea. Taking the time to recover in your hotel room can do wonders for the body.

    One of the best places to do this is at Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino. This legendary casino offers more than 3,900 rooms. The Forum Tower rooms are the most affordable and lie close to the hotel’s second casino.

    Want to really splurge? Consider staying in the Julius Tower. The rooms here are the most-recently renovated in the hotel. Staying in the Julius Royal Duplex Suite will get you a two-story room featuring two bedrooms, an open rain shower, and spa-like bathtub. If you can afford it, this room is the ultimate place to recover.

    Relaxing in a hotel room is undoubtedly one of the best hangover cures in Las Vegas for 2019. Don’t feel bad spending a few hours taking it easy. Vegas stays alive all day and night and you’ll enjoy yourself more when feeling refreshed!

    It’s easy to get carried away in Las Vegas. As we mentioned earlier, this city is home to some of the very best bars and nightclubs in the world. If you find yourself hungover in the morning, feel free to try any of the best hangover cures in Las Vegas for 2019 that we listed above. Have a great trip!

    Best Places for a Cheap Wedding in Las Vegas for 2019

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    Las Vegas is the adult playground of the United States. Millions of people visit this city every year to eat, drink, play casino games, and get married! There are many great wedding venues spread around Las Vegas, yet not all of them are considered “inexpensive.” Today, we’re going to look at the best places for a cheap wedding in Las Vegas for 2019.

    Each of the venues listed below is known for offering great services at an affordable price. Whether you’re planning a year in advance or are looking to have a last-minute wedding, these places will offer the Vegas experience you’re looking for!

    Graceland Wedding Chapel

    Logo of Graceland Wedding Chapel, Blue Background and Wedding Chapel font in Yellow

    There’s no doubt that the Graceland Wedding Chapel is one of the best wedding venues in Las Vegas. It’s also one of the most unique. The small venue first began offering wedding services in 1947 and became one of the most successful small chapels in the city. At the time, it was named the McKee’s Gretna Green Wedding Chapel.

    In 1967, the chapel received an unannounced visit by Elvis Presley. The owners gave Presley a quick tour of the chapel and snapped a few pictures. This visit changed the course of this venue forever.

    After Presley’s death in 1977, the owners renamed the venue to the Graceland Wedding Chapel as an homage to the King of Rock. That same year, this venue began offering Elvis-themed weddings, now a common sight in Las Vegas. Over the past seven decades, some of the most famous musicians and actors have visited this small chapel, including Bon Jovi, Johnny Depp, Jay Leno, and more.

    This chapel is definitely one of the best places for a cheap wedding in Las Vegas for 2019. Let’s take a quick look at the prices.

    Traditional Wedding Package: Starting at $199

    The least expensive and most common wedding service here is the traditional wedding package. It starts at just $199 and includes everything you’d expect! You’ll get a professional wedding photographer, three rose nosegays and rose boutonnieres, and traditional wedding music.

    Spend a little more to receive additional perks! The $399 traditional wedding package includes all the same, as well as a video of the ceremony, a Facebook live stream, and even more flower decorations.

    Elvis Package: Starting at $199

    This is where Elvis weddings all began! Graceland offers a variety of fun Elvis-themed weddings starting at an incredible $199. It’s something you will never forget.

    With this package, Elvis escorts the bride down the aisle and gives her away. He also sings two songs! As you’d probably expect, this package also includes a professional photographer and marriage certificates. If you’re looking for a quick, fun, and cheap wedding in Las Vegas for 2019, this venue might be the perfect place for you.

    Little Vegas Chapel

    Logo of Little Vegas Chapel, Pink Heart Around Cursive Type
    Ask a Las Vegas local where to get married, and there’s a great chance you’ll hear the Little Vegas Chapel. It’s a truly iconic wedding venue with a storied history. Regardless of your budget, there’s something here for you.

    For years, this has been one of the top choices for those looking to get married in Las Vegas. It offers a huge range of different packages and prices. Much like the Graceland Wedding Chapel, this one even offers unique options such as Elvis weddings and pretend weddings!

    Take a quick look at reviews for this chapel and you’ll see why it’s grown to become so popular. Many people here praise the venue’s design, professionalism, and prices. It’s undoubtedly one of the best places for a cheap wedding in Las Vegas for 2019. Here are some of the packages available all year.

    Traditional Wedding Package: Starting at $199

    For just $199, you can have a traditional wedding inside one of Las Vegas’ most iconic venues! This great package includes everything you need. It includes traditional wedding music, a silk boutonniere, five digital images, and a professional wedding coordinator.

    There are more traditional wedding packages available, too! Paying $649 will get you an exclusive limousine to the chapel, a unity candle ceremony, 30 professional images, and more. It’s a great package for those willing to spend a little extra cash.

    Elvis Wedding Package: Starting at $299

    Another Elvis package! That’s right. Everyone loves Elvis, and you can now have the legendary rock icon walk you down the aisle at the Little Vegas Chapel. Prices for this package start at $299 and includes some fun perks such as live Elvis impersonator performances and a professional photographer.

    For $777, you can get three live Elvis songs, a limousine transfer, and some fun souvenirs including Las Vegas dice, 30 professional images, and an incredible candle ceremony. The Little Vegas Chapel is beloved by many. Give it a look and start planning your cheap wedding in Las Vegas for 2019!

    Lucky Little Chapel

    Cursive Writing Logo of Lucky Little Wedding Chapel, Pink Heart at the Tail of Lucky
    The Lucky Little Chapel is one of the newer wedding venues to pop up in Las Vegas. In just a few years of operating, this chapel has grown to become one of the most popular wedding venues in the city. There’s a lot to love here.

    This chapel is owned and operated by a young couple from Williamsburg, Virginia. The pair had worked in the wedding industry for years, and in 2015, had the opportunity to open the Lucky Little Chapel. The owners dedicated themselves to offering a high-end, five-star business from day one.

    The Lucky Little Chapel quickly grew in popularity. In 2017, the owners expanded the establishment by adding a storefront, more space for guest visitors, and a full gown and tuxedo shop.

    Today, this is one of the best places for a cheap wedding in Las Vegas for 2019. There’s a variety of great packages available here to fit a wide range of different budgets. Let’s look at some prices!

    Lucky Mini Package: $99

    If there’s a better, less-expensive wedding package available, you’ll be hard-pressed to find it! The lucky mini package at the Lucky Little Chapel is the perfect option for two. It includes seven digital photographs, traditional music, and a minister provided! For those on a tight budget, this is the best option available right now.

    The Lucky One Package: $199

    This is a great one that can accommodate up to 10 guests! It comes with 10 digital photographs, post-wedding license filling, keepsake, and more. For just $199, this is a real bargain.

    Lucky Looker Package: $399

    Spend $399 and you’ll be able to invite up to 25 guests to your dream wedding! This comes with tuxedo and gown rentals on-site, cleaning fees included, limousine services, and a long stem rose boutonniere to match.

    This is a new venue, yet most who have visited agree that it’s one of the best places for a cheap wedding in Las Vegas for 2019.

    Chapel of the Flowers

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    The Chapel of the Flowers is one of the most unique wedding venues currently operating in Las Vegas. Unlike most of these venues, this business actually owns three separate chapels! You choose between the traditional Victorian Chapel, the Tuscan-style La Capella Chapel, and the Magnolia Chapel.

    Some have claimed that the chapels here are the most beautiful in Las Vegas. Each one offers something truly special. This wedding venue is also known for using some of the best wedding photographers in the city.

    With a huge number of different packages available, the Chapel of the Flowers is considered by many to be one of the best places for a cheap wedding in Las Vegas for 2019. It’s clear that prices here are more than you’ll find in some of the other venues we listed, yet they’re far less than what you’ll find in most other Las Vegas chapels. Here are some package options available right now.

    Basic Package: $299

    The basic package is made for just two. It includes professional photographs, traditional music, and even a personalized “day of” wedding coordinator! At $399, this is a fantastic option for a couple looking for a quick and inexpensive wedding.

    Traditional Package: $495

    This one includes everything you really need in a wedding. It allows for 10 guests, a personal wedding planner, limousine service, and a unity ceremony. This great Las Vegas wedding package even offers you to live stream your wedding online!

    Romantic Package: $695

    Want your wedding day to be really special? Consider the romantic package. It comes with a unique “first look” service that keeps you from seeing the bride until she walks down the aisle! This great package also comes with the same perks that the previous two that we listed, as well as a personalized wedding video and ceremony consultation.

    With three chapels to choose from and several great packages, the Chapel of the Flowers is one of the best places for a cheap wedding in Las Vegas for 2019.

    Wedgewood Weddings Las Vegas

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    Wedgewood Weddings is a well-known company in Nevada. It’s operated since 1986 and now runs more than 40 different wedding venues across the country. The Las Vegas venue is one of the most popular operating right now in Nevada.

    We wouldn’t include this one onto a list of the best places for a cheap wedding in Las Vegas for 2019 unless it had some great prices! There are a variety of different packages available at Wedgewood to fit all different budgets.

    Interestingly, this wedding venue allows you to fully customize your experience. You’re able to choose to include or not include many different options for your perfect wedding.

    Unfortunately, prices vary here depending on the time of the year. In order to get an official quote, you’ll need to contact the company. Here are some options that everyone has access to.

    Classic Package

    The classic package comes with several hors d’oeuvres including vegetable and cheese displays and house champagne. It also includes a great two-entree buffet dinner! A full bar, chairs, tables, and linens are provided.

    DJ’s and centerpieces are also included with the classic package. It’s a solid deal for those who don’t want to worry about providing food and drinks themselves.

    Elite Service

    This one’s going to cost considerably more. Some might even call it pricey. It does, however, include some great perks that will make any wedding a major hit.

    The elite service includes six different hors d’oeuvres, a personalized wedding cake, hosted beer, wine, and spirits and a three-entree buffet. A DJ and MC are provided as well as elite chairs, linens, and chargers.

    Some might argue that Wedgewood Weddings Las Vegas doesn’t actually belong on a list of the best places for a cheap wedding in Las Vegas for 2019, but the range of different packages and ability to customize your own wedding offers the chance for a fun, inexpensive wedding ceremony.


    Las Vegas is one of the most popular places to have a wedding for a reason. More than 115,000 people choose to tie the knot here every year. The City of Vegas is an incredible city filled with incredible hotels and entertainment options. As you can see, there is also a wide range of great, cheap places to get married. Start planning your cheap wedding in Las Vegas for 2019 with any of the venues on our recommended list!