Don’t miss out on Las Vegas’s wealth of attractions, adventures and experiences.
Style/Ambiance: Culinary history was made when legendary chef Joël Robuchon opened his first fine dining restaurant in the United States.
Featuring traditional French cuisine in a elegant setting reminiscent of 1930s Paris, guests can taste the fare of a culinary icon who has won more Michelin stars than any other chef in the world. Delights include lobster in a sealed cocotte, sautéed veal chop with natural jus, and French hen with roasted foie gras. With photos of Joël Robuchon and his celebrity diners adorning the restaurant walls, guests will be in excellent company at this Forbes Five Star venue.
+1 702 891 7925
MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, 3799 Las Vegas Boulevard South, 89109
Located at Bally’s Las Vegas, Jubilee! has been running for over 28 years, making it the last authentic showgirl revue in the city.
The brainchild of Donn Arden, statuesque women don over a thousand outfits between them, showcasing colorful costumes and impressive headpieces. The lavish spectacular symbolizes the bright lights, glitz and electric energy Vegas is famous for, making it a must-see for anyone visiting Sin City.
+1 702 967 4938
Bally’s Las Vegas, 3645 Las Vegas Boulevard South, 89109
The Spa at Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas
Treatments and facilities: One of only 21 spas to receive the esteemed Forbes Five-Star Award, The Spa at Mandarin Oriental is an urban oasis inspired by traditional Eastern philosophies and Western applications.
Spanning the entire seventh and eighth floors of the property, The Spa’s pièce de résistance is its Hammam, a tranquil co-ed steam room with beautiful mosaic tiles and glistening lights. Signature treatment: Relax in the calming heated Laconium Room, complete with contoured bench seating and breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Strip, or enjoy The Spa’s other facilities including vitality pools, ice fountains and Experience Shower Journeys.