Planning your Las Vegas New Year’s party can be all sorts of chaos if not done ahead of time. With so many Las Vegas Hotels and entertainment options where do you start; Flights, Hotels, dinners, shows or clubs? Luckily for you there are many companies like www.vegashotelescapes.com and www.vegas.com that will plan your whole trip for you. They can provide you with hotel deals that you won’t find anywhere else.
Las Vegas is unlike any city in the world. New Year’s Eve in the city that never sleeps and the party doesn’t stop? I think so! If you’ve ever been to Las Vegas you already know how crazy (in a good way) the city can get. Now amplify that by 10 and you might come close to what it is like to be in Las Vegas for New Year’s Eve.
Have you ever wanted to just run down the middle of Las Vegas Boulevard? New Year’s Eve is your chance. The Las Vegas strip and many of the streets leading up to it are closed down by 6:00 pm and don’t re-open till 5:00 am the following morning. So you and the 300k plus people expected can run around the strip till the wee early morning hours.
We might not have a big ball dropping but we have plenty of fireworks shooting off the roofs of many of the Las Vegas strip resorts and all of the top celebrities, Dj’s and performing artist at all of Las Vegas top nightclubs and venues. Some of this year’s top performances are Calvin Harris at Hakkasan Nightclub at MGM Grand, Kaskade at XS nighclub at Encore and Chuckie at Marquee nightclub at The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas. Entry can range from $50-$250 for men and women for the grand evening…..don’t worry though most of these packages come with premium open bar for 2-3 hours along with passed d’oeuvres.
Clubs aren’t your thing? Don’t worry….plenty of our restaurants all have New Year’s Eve parties of their own. Most restaurants have extravagant pre-set menus that come with many surprises. If you’re not looking to stuff you face and slip into a New Year’s Eve comma many of your casino bars and establishments are all throwing some sort of party that ranges between $50-$75 mostly accompanying open bar. Long story short……with so many options you can get lost planning your Vegas New Year’s party so I recommend you let the experts do the planning for you. Happy New Year’s to all!