Hot Head Happy Hour

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Don't forget, put our Hot Heads to the test and find out what's hot in Las Vegas this week. They have all kinds of great tips for having a great time in Las Vegas. That's what they do and this is your chance to find out what they know.

They don't call them Hot Heads for nothing.

VHS Air Tours

How would like to see The Strip like you've never seen it before, from the air at night? With VegasHotSpots and VHS Air you can fly 4,000 to 6,000 feet over the Las Vegas Strip at night and see the Strip in all of its neon glory. VHS Air also provides Grand Canyon trips to both the South and West rims including overnight stays at Hualapai Ranch and Peach Springs. Air tours are also available for the incredible Valley of Fire with its spectacular fire red rocks. It only takes a few minutes to get your VHS Air Tour started. Just go here to have one of our VIP hosts start planning your VHS Air Tour or to purchase a tour today.

Tomorrow is St. Patrick's Day

Tomorrow is St. Patrick's day and besides lots of green beer and champagne there are plenty of events going on that you won't want to miss. At Rí Rá at Mandalay Bay experience a true Irish pub as they celebrate their one year aniversary. They have live music, giveaways, Irish dancers, authentic Irish menu items and a parade through Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino. Speaking of parades, the St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival in Henderson is a a great option for the family. While Marquee has Kaskade performing Saturday night, New York New York will celebrate Celtic Feis, a traditional Gaelic arts and cultural festival inside Nine Fine Irishmen and on the Brooklyn Bridge tonight and tomorrow night. There's lots to do in two or three days so don't miss out and get going on getting your St. Patrick's Day celebrations done right by going here to get one of our VIP hosts started planning your St. Patrick's Day Vegas trip.

 

VIPVegas.com in the News

Vegas 101: Tips for scoring a winning stay

Our sister-company, VIPVegas.com was in the news recently in USA Today's travel section. It's a great article on planning your trip to Las Vegas.

From the article...

8. Skip the velvet rope. 

Gaining entrance to hot clubs or party pools needn't require a wait. "The safest way is to call directly" to get on the all-important "list," says Nick Cope, VIP marketing host at PURE nightclub and the Venus Pool Club at Caesars Palace. "Do not be swindled out of dollars" by touts on the Strip, he adds. Services such as VIPVegas.com or HotShotVegas.com can whisk you in. Tour multiple clubs via the "VIP Club Crawl" at nitetours.com. Hotel guests and high rollers have a better chance of a table — talk to a concierge or casino host. Curtis strolls in near opening, gets stamped and confirms he can cruise past lines when the party heats up. Before you go, know that table service at a hot club can easily cost $500 and up for a single bottle and mixers, not including tips.

Click here for the rest of the article.

You Be the Judge

Don't forget that you too can be the judge. We want to know what you think of Las Vegas and you can have your chance by going to our Rate It page to select a venue and tell us what you think, good or bad. Just select the venue(s) and select from one flame (Spark) to five flames (Inferno) for each of our criteria. You can also write as much or as little as you want regarding your experience. This is your chance to not only tell us what you think but for the owners of the venues as well. You be the judge.


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