Las Vegas is one of the best places to travel and enjoy a vibrant life of adventure, entertainment, and hospitality. If you are planning to throw a Vegas party, here are some of the tips to help you maximize your next trip.
Tips for throwing a Las Vegas Party
Drive any direction away from the Strip for 20 minutes, and you’ll find desert as far as the eye can see. All that open space calls for an adventure, and Exotics Racing is one of the most thrilling ways to get one. This Las Vegas racetrack is home to the world’s largest supercar driving experience where you can get behind the wheel of more than 50 exotic cars, whether it’s a Lamborghini Huracan or a McLaren 720. Each driver is assigned a dedicated instructor who rides in the front seat, guides you through tight curves, and tells you when to put the pedal to the metal. A camera on the dash records the entire experience, which you can purchase at the end of the ride. You can also ride along with a professional racer in a 707 horsepower Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat for a high-speed drifting experience. If more than a couple of you choose to drive, spring for the VIP experience, which comes with a private room that’s stocked with snacks and refreshments.
2. Go to Shows
You can’t go to Vegas without seeing a show because some of the best entertainers in the world are performing on the city’s many stages. Celebrity lookalikes in Las Vegas, such as Del Boy and a Marilyn Monroe clone, or a James Bond double with his Bond villains, perhaps Posh and Becks or even Gordon Ramsay or Mr. T. Acrobats, divas, magicians, jokesters, showgirls, and puppets. There are so many shows in Las Vegas that you can't possibly take them all in, but there's not a doubt you will find something that will blow you away.
3. Charter Bus
Las Vegas is a roller coaster of exhilarating activities, however, scheduling group travel in a new place can be stressful and intimidating. And, you’re there to have a good time, so no-one wants to draw the short straw as the designated rental car driver! Hiring a charter bus is a great way to go for not having to deal with any of the transport logistics yourself, and having a memorable party experience without overwhelming your wallet.
4. Helicopter Ride
For a thrilling way to see the Grand Canyon, book a helicopter ride from Las Vegas. You will soar over Lake Mead and Hoover Dam before traveling over desert vistas en route to the magnificent Grand Canyon. You’ll love the huge picture windows and comfy seats! You can opt for a tour that lands on the floor of the Grand Canyon for lunch before you return to Las Vegas. How awesome is that? The helicopter rides are pricey but totally worth it!
5. Rent a Themed Suite
At the Palms Casino Resort, outlandish enclaves are just an elevator ride away, including MTV Cribs-style suites where the bedrooms and living spaces are supplemented by private pools, personal bowling alleys, and even your own basketball court. Inside the Hardwood Suite, you can live out NBA fantasies on a half basketball court complete with locker room, scoreboard and entertainment screen. Not much of a baller? Consider the Kingpin Suite with its two bowling alleys or the 6,500-square-foot Sky Suite, where a pool leans out over the edge of the building and a team of butlers tends to your every need.