Prices start at an average of $305 per night, with a two-night minimum stay.
If you want to see the fight live, tickets are still available. A ticket for the cheapest seat will set you back about $2,095. Closer to ringside — 19 rows away — the price soars to $20,745. (Media reports say ticket prices have dropped in the run-up to the event.)
The Mayweather-McGregor matchup has inspired other Vegas’ experiences too. Caesars Entertainment’s mixologists have created several drinks available through Sunday.
-- He’s a Ginga’. In honor of McGregor’s red hair, this cocktail puts a Dublin spin on the Moscow Mule.
--Pretender or Contender. The main ingredient is Jameson Black Barrel, a fine Irish whiskey.
--Punch Drunk. This twist on a Sidecar features 1738 Royale Cognac and Cointreau. The specialty cocktails cost $16 each.
Lastly, the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art is offering $9 tickets — that’s half off — to its current exhibition, “I Am the Greatest: Muhammad Ali.”
Complimentary docent-led tours are offered daily at 2 p.m. Though the display of Ali artifacts continues through Sept. 30, the half-off ticket price ends Sunday.
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