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Rock ‘n’ roll royalty is heading to Atlantis Paradise Island this fall. Live acts include Amy Winehouse, Maroon 5 and Joss Stone, who will kick off a series of three Atlantis Live weekends on Sept. 28. In addition to world-class gaming, fine dining and plenty of pool time, clients can rub elbows with the likes of Tommy Lee, Dave Navarro and DJ Aero at Aura, Atlantis’ newest nightclub from the creators of Vegas hot spot Pure, as well as at Cain at the Cove, another new Atlantis addition.
Get clients a weekend entertainment pass and they will receive a VIP ticket to the concert, entry to Cain at the Cove, an evening party and weekend access to Aura or Dragons. Passes start at $175.
Weekend packages start at $379 for four days and three nights, including accommodations and roundtrip ground transfers. Clients can also receive $200 off airfare when booking for three nights or more.
Atlantis Paradise Islandwww.atlantis.com
Glam It Up
So you want your clients to feel like pampered Hollywood royalty? At Grand Velas All Suites Resort & Spa, you don’t have to be a movie star to receive the celebrity treatment. The AAA Five-Diamond resort is inviting clients to “Glam It Up” like Hollywood’s A-list with three nights in the oceanview Imperial Suite. The package includes accommodation for up to six, 250 minutes of spa treatments per person, one tee time per person, meals and drinks at any of the resorts five restaurants, use of the fitness center and personal trainers and all taxes and gratuities.
The package is $18,909 and is available through Dec. 21.
Grand Velas All Suites Resort & Spa877-398-2784www.grandvelas.com
In Hollywood, A-listers are familiar with DJ AM’s popular night spot LAX. Now, clients visiting Las Vegas can check out the Sin City version. Located at the Luxor, LAX Nightclub opened its doors on Aug. 31 with an official grand-opening party hosted by pop princess Britney Spears.
The two-story, 26,000-square-foot club features a top-of-the-line sound system and VIP areas, for the most discerning clients. For agents who want to really impress high-rolling Vegas-bound clientele, book a VIP table in advance. They are hard to come by, but will ensure clients have a winning experience.