The center of world entertainment, best food and most welcoming resorts Las Vegas is welcoming locals and out-state visitors. No Label Business Magazine shares a top 10 places to spend an unforgettable New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas, without missing out any detail of the magic night.
On top of high roofs of casinos.
Every New Year Eve Las Vegas Strip is closed for vehicles, since it’s populated with random people who came to celebrate New Year and watch fireworks that last about 8 minutes and 18 seconds, bursting almost 80,000 fireworks in the air. That is 160 burst per second!
Restaurants on casino rooftops.
All that matters on New Year’s Eve is the height from where you’re enjoying the night. Many restaurants inside the casinos seem like to have been built for this specific reason. Restaurant Alizé lies on the 56th floor of Palms casino offering a beautiful view of the Strip and the fireworks. Eiffel Tower Restaurant is another great option right in the middle of the Strip, on top of Paris Casino. The food is just tres bien! Top of the World that is literally the toppest restaurant in Las Vegas is located in Stratosphere on 800 feet above the ground! On top of that, the restaurant is revolving slowly so you can enjoy 360 degree breathtaking views of entire Vegas every 80 minutes.
Rooftop Bars and Lounges
Want to meet the New Year with an indulging glass of wine or a cocktail? Our city has taken care of that type of entertainment too. On December 31st, find yourself in the finest rooftop lounges and bars such as Skyfall at Delano, Ghostbar at Palms, Marquee at Cosmopolitan and many others.
Have you ever watched the fireworks closely? No, no let me reword it. Have you ever been in the middle of fireworks bursting in the air? Well, apparently you can in Vegas! Helicopter rides around Strip will give you the most exciting experience and taste of New Year.
Guess where the largest screen in the world is. Las Vegas! Where exactly? Downtown. The mirror of old Las Vegas where buildings and the monuments still preserve their old taste and style of the city. On New Year’s Eve you’ll find yourself surrounded by all random people laughing, having fun and celebrating with you. Downtown Las Vegas always has events and concerts organized for such big days, so it’s a must do thing to be there at least once on New Year.
If you’re not too tend to spending New Year in crowded, loud and open areas, attending a show on New Year will be a great alternative. Almost all casinos are running amazing and breathtaking shows that will drop your jaw. To name some of the greatest, “Le Reve” at Wynn, “The Beatles Love” performed by Cirque du Soleil at the Mirage casino, “O” at Bellagio, “Michael Jackson One” at Mandalay Bay, and etc.
Whichever option you choose, it’ll still be the best experience you’ve ever had. So don’t let this year close with lack of entertainment and fun. Make it memorable. Make it yours.