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More couples choose Las Vegas over any other city to begin their
lives together as husband and wife. As a result, more hotels and
resorts in the city are offering special deals to rekindle the
romance for some of their guests with a second honeymoon
Las Vegas has transformed itself into a world-class city with
dining, entertainment and nightlife to rival any on the globe.
Resorts throughout the city offer couples packages that often
include dinner, a show and spa treatments in the price of their
Planning ahead is advisable, so clients won’t worry about
whether they can get last-minute tickets to the new
Beatles-inspired Cirque production “Love,” catch “Phantom of the
Opera” at The Venetian or reserve a table for a French feast at
Restaurant Guy Savoy.
Clients can choose any of these packages to celebrate their
Caesars Palace celebrates its 40th anniversary on Aug. 5, and
the resort continues to impress, reinventing itself with hot
nightspots such as Pure and the Pussycats Dolls Lounge, new
shopping boutiques in The Forum Shops at Caesars and restaurants to
accompany its modern Augustus Tower accommodations. Caesars offers
several specials, including the Guy Savoy package which includes
dinner for two at Caesars’ newest restaurant, tickets to Celine
Dion’s “A New Day&” and a deluxe room.
Take a pre-dinner Gondola ride at The Venetian Resort Hotel
Casino. Then with the Aquaknox Romance Package (starting at $229 a
night), clients will be treated to a chef-selected dinner at
Aquaknox and rose-petal turndown service after a night of dancing
at one of the city’s top nightclubs, Tao.
Paris Las Vegas offers a couples’ romance special that includes
dinner at Le Provencal, champagne and a rose-petal bath, breakfast
in bed and spa services.
JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort Spa and Golf, located off-Strip,
may just be Vegas’ best-kept secret escape. Luxury and relaxation
can be found here with specials such as Martinis and Manicures or
the Escape! Spa Package, which includes accommodations,
strawberries and champagne, a 50-minute Swedish massage or European
facial for one and breakfast for two in Ceres restaurant.
At Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino the All That Glitters package
will have you eyeballing sharks, dancing in the aisles at “Mama
Mia!” and using shopping discounts at Mandalay Place.
Treasure Island Hotel and Casino offers a Tower Suite deal with
a welcome cocktail, lunch, $75 in free casino play, an onsite
dinner allotment and tickets to Cirque du Soleil’s “Mystere.”
With packages like these, romance is definitely in the desert
Those looking to venture out can impress by hitting some of
these hot spots.
Romance Lounge: Atop the Stratosphere, this
lounge features martinis with floated rose petals, curtained nooks
for couples wanting privacy and an amazing view of the Strip
Mix at THEhotel, Mandalay Bay: Speaking of
views, this may be the best in the city. Enjoy dinner in Alain
Ducasse’s restaurant under a bubbly glass chandelier or sip a
cocktail on the balcony (www.thehotelatmandalaybay.com).
Peppermill’s Fireside Lounge: An intimate Rat
Pack-era lounge with a firepit for couples looking to get cozy and
feel the old Vegas vibe (702-735-4177).
Hugo’s Cellar: Every woman dining here is
greeted with a rose (www.hugoscellar.com).
Michael’s at Barbary Coast: Dine under a
stained-glass dome in a room with red-velvet walls and white-gloved
servants catering to every need (www.barbarycoastcasino.com).
Fleur de Lys: For French fare reserve a private
cabana booth, or book the wine room, which seats six and looks out
onto the main dining floor (www.mandalaybay.com).
JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort Spa and Golf
Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino
Paris Las Vegas
Treasure Island Hotel and Casino
The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino