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A great first stop on any shopping spree would be the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. At three stories tall, the Forum Shops are home to 160 boutiques and 13 restaurants. You’ll find stores to satisfy the most demanding of fashion palettes; Roberto Cavalli, Versace, and Dolce & Gabana are just a few of the designers at the Forum Shops. If you need to refuel on your foray into the forum, have a taste of Miami at the world famous Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak, & Stone Crab. Even window shopping at the Forum is fun, as the mall sits underneath a beautiful man-made sky. Don’t forget to stop by the Atlantis Fountain for a free show. The statues move and talk during a recreation of the fall of Atlantis.
This is it – your last night as a bachelor before descending (or ascending, depending on the way you look at it) into married life. You want your bachelorhood to go out with a bang, and there’s no better place than Las Vegas to achieve that. There are countless places you could go for a good time with the boys, but a select few specialize in making bachelor party magic.
Although there are pretty much an endless number of shows to see in Las Vegas, there are only a few must-sees. For example, no trip to Vegas would be complete with seeing at least one of the shows presented by Cirque du Soleil.
Mystère is arguably the most popular show in Las Vegas, and its dazzling display of colorful costumes mixed with unbelievably skilled acrobats is the perfect show for kids and adults alike.
Some of the most extravagant guest rooms in town are at the Fantasy Tower of the Palms Casino Resort. Two suites there, in particular, are a popular favorite among the wealthy: the Hardwood Suite and the Hugh Hefner Sky Villa. At $25,000 per night, the Hardwood Suite features a basketball court complete with scoreboard, private locker rooms, and three massive courtside beds; you can even customize your stay with jerseys and cheerleaders on the sidelines.
Located inside the Luxor, LAX is a celebrity favorite with its beautiful design and state-of-the-art sound system (the most high-tech in all of Vegas). Backed by celebrity investors Christina Aguilera and DJ AM, LAX is adorned with red velvet drapes, antique mirrors, and chandeliers. Here, you’ll find DJ Vice and occasionally DJ AM spinning techno and top 40 hits. And with two levels of swanky club space to dance and rink in, it’s no wonder LAX is one of the hottest clubs on the Strip.