Touted as the city's best afternoon entertainment, this is a bit of every Las Vegas show, presented on one stage. Production ... More
Viva Las Vegas
Touted as the city's best afternoon entertainment, this is a bit of every Las Vegas show, presented on one stage. Production numbers include magic, comedy, singing and dancing. You will be tapping along with the hottest music and get exhausted just watching these high-energy performers. You can bring the kids if they are over 6, and they will love the intensity. Located at the Stratosphere Hotel. Tickets are available for USD16.85.
DINING AT THE TOP OF THE TOWER WAS THE MOST ROMANTIC EXPERIENCE. QUIET, DARK, INTIMATE FOR ANY COUPLE. PLUS YOU GET THE VIEW OF VEGAS AS IT TURNS. ALL TABLES HAVE A VIEW.
THEY WILL TAKE A PICTURE FOR YOU THE VIEW AND PURCHASE IF YOU WISH. FINE WINE LIST, EXCELLENT FOOD. SUDDLE SERVICE.
THE HOTEL IS GREAT, BUT NEED AND INDOOR HOT TUB THATS OPEN LONGER HOURS. THEY OUTDOOR ONE IS ONLY OPEN TILL 6PM.
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