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Las Vegas Guide | Hotlist


  • Sky Combat Ace
    Sky Combat Ace

    Take the 50 Shades of Las Vegas flight

  • Ring in the New Year with Bruno Mars
    Ring in the New Year with Bruno Mars

    Pop superstar is booked to play Dec. 29 and Dec. 31

  • Catch the spirit at the Bellagio Conservatory
    Catch the spirit at the Bellagio Conservatory

    45,000 poinsettias highlight holiday display

  • Velveteen Rabbit
    Velveteen Rabbit

    Hip downtown bar makes an inconspicuous entrance

  • Dinner in the Sky
    Dinner in the Sky

    Starting this summer, Dinner in the Sky Las Vegas will serve gourmet fare at great heights. For $290 a person, diners are strapped to their seats, hoisted 180 feet into the air and served a three-course meal paired with wines and panoramic views of the Strip. A maitre d’ will host...

  • Wet 'N' Wild
    Wet 'N' Wild

    Wet ’n’ Wild, a Strip-side attraction until 2004, reopened in May under new ownership and investors, including tennis greats Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf. The $50 million park is spread out over 41 acres in southwest Las Vegas and features 25 slides and attractions, including a...

  • DB's Pong and Pool
    DB's Pong and Pool

    DB’s Pong and Pool, a 20,000-square-foot playpen inside Planet Hollywood’s Miracle Mile Shops, boasts rows of old-school games (like foosball, pool and darts) and more modern diversions (like beer pong). Patrons can compete in beer-pong tourneys for cash prizes or watch a game...

  • Stoney's Rockin' Country
    Stoney's Rockin' Country

    Stoney’s Rockin’ Country has scored a new 19,000-square-foot Strip-side spot. The honky-tonk nightclub has undergone a $2.5-million revamp with new attractions like beer pong, line-dancing lessons and, naturally, bikini bull-riding competitions. Patrons can catch live music acts,...

  • Cycle Pub
    Cycle Pub

    Want a better way to bar hop? Just add wheels. Cycle Pub lets you pedal a 14-person bike-turned-bar while a designated driver steers. A two-hour tour includes four stops at your choice of nine downtown hubs. The 16-foot mobile pub is fit with retro silver siding, a glossy wooden bar, iPod...