Las Vegas Blog
True golfers know a trip to Las Vegas just isn’t up to par without a few rounds at the best Las Vegas golf courses.
In the Las Vegas nightlife scene, the word “VIP” get thrown around a lot. Often times, “VIP” simply refers to a guest list or a nightclub pass. Now, this is certainly better than nothing. However, guest list attendants may still have to wait in long lines, still have to pay, or even get rejected at the door in front of everyone. The problem with guest lists is that there are time restrictions, hidden conditions and absolutely no guarantees.
Tipping is a touchy subject, especially when you're on vacation. You have the people who don't think even the best waitress you've ever had deserves more than the hourly minimum wages she's working her tail off to please even the pickiest customer's every need, and then there are the people who drunkenly throw around $100 bills, making the rest of us look bad (but also sober). Can't we all get on the same page here, people?
Relaxing in Sin City at a Las Vegas country club has never been this classy. Las Vegas is famous for it’s bright lights, nightlife, and party scene, but what many don’t realize is that it’s also a perfect relaxation and golf destination. Whether a Las Vegas local or a visitor, there are many Las Vegas country clubs and golf courses to choose from when looking for a relaxing and classy Vegas experience. After searching throughout Las Vegas, EarlyVegas has chosen a favorite country club, and it’s time to reveal the top pick!
Patrons travel to Las Vegas for an escape into the lavish fantasy that is Sin City. In Las Vegas, visitors want to relax, unwind and loosen up. Unfortunately, those looking to experience the VIP life in Las Vegas may not have all the best inside connections. In Las Vegas, it’s all about who you know and thankfully, “Let Loose Vegas” knows all the right people. “Let Loose Vegas” is an all-inclusive Las Vegas concierge company that caters to patrons every vacation need.
Resort fees may seem like an unfair additional fee that unreasonably adds to your hotel bill total, but believe it or not, sometimes they can be worth it.
For instance, right now, as I type this, I'm at the Luxor, which charges $16.80 in additional fees. Pretty bogus, right? However, their resort fees include a morning newspaper and free wireless Internet, plus a book of helpful little coupons.
You still might be saying to yourself, 'Wow, $17 and that's all I get?'
No matter what you look like or where you're coming from, it's IMPOSSIBLE to walk down the Vegas Strip without being offered a million pamphlets, coupons, CD's or Vegas business cards that appear to be (and ALWAYS are) too good to be true.
That being said, there are a few coupon slingers on the Strip that are actually offering you something worthwhile. Here's what to look for - and avoid - when it comes to Vegas coupons.
First.) If they ask you a question, you should probably bail.
If you’ve ever been to Las Vegas, than you know that the foot traffic on the Las Vegas Strip moves about as quickly as a Judd Apatow flick. And if you’ve ever opted for the “old Las Vegas” experience, than you’re more than aware that the cost of cabs can add up in a hurry.
Let's be honest here ... when you book a room on the Vegas Strip, there's not a lot of incentive to leave the comfort of, well, the Strip. After all, there's TONS to see, everyone else appears to be a Tourist (minus employees and pamphlet-slingers) and everything appears to be within walking distance.
Or so you thought ...
As it turns out, no Vegas experience is considered 'authentic' without a trip to one of the off-Strip casinos, most notably one of the Station Casinos. (In this case, we'll be dealing with the Texas.)
The Strip - it's a pretty amazing place to be. Tons of hotels, a million things to do, and Vegas shows galore.