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Luxury Experiences in Las Vegas

Think you might strike it rich when you visit Las Vegas? Sin City has a certain allure and there is no shortage of things to do or buffets to eat. If you do happen to win big at the slot machines or the blackjack table, or you are just looking for one or two things to up your visit to the luxe level, here are a few luxurious ways you can spend your winnings. 

Dining & Cocktails

Joël Robuchon

The MGM Grand boasts the second most expensive tasting menu in the United States. It is an 18-course menu curated by a multi-Michelin-star level French chef, Joël Robuchon, at his restaurant in this famous Las Vegas hotel. Hopefully, at $445 per person, the price justifies the taste. Be sure to savour every morsel as we are confident that this will be a luxury dining experience like no other.

The Chandelier Bar at the Cosmopolitan

Ever had a cocktail while INSIDE a chandelier? The Chandelier Bar at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas may be as opulent as it gets. Sit back on one of their plush couches or at the decked-out bar and sip on one of their elegantly curated and quirky cocktails while surrounded by millions of crystals. There is a 2 drink minimum when you reserve a table.

Spas and Treatments

24 Carat Gold Facial from The Spa at Encore

The Spa at Encore’s 24-carat gold facial is a $420 facial that uses three different gold formulas to nourish and revitalize the skin for a full 80 minutes of pure luxury. The decadently grand spa located in the Wynn Las Vegas hotel matches the over-the-top facial they offer on their treatment menu. Even if you aren’t looking to spend on the ultimate royal treatment, they also have plenty of other treatments on their menu to choose from which are equally as deluxe and relaxing.

Qua Baths and Spa at Caesar’s Palace

Immerse yourself in the relaxing surroundings of the Qua Baths and Spa that consistently tops the charts as one of the best in the United States. Rates vary based on the treatment selected but expect to pay a pretty penny for this level of luxury. There are signature experiences, massages, exclusive Nobu treatments, facials, and couples experiences to choose from. With the purchase of any treatment, there is complimentary access to the Roman Baths, the Arctic Ice Room, and the Tea Lounge.

Experiences

Maverick Helicopter Tours

Interested in taking a flight over Las Vegas and descending into the Grand Canyon for a champagne breakfast? The Wind Dancer Air and Landing tour starts at $449 and is just one of the many popular options offered by Maverick Helicopter tours.

If you are looking to push the envelope and want to go for a spin and then find your zen, the HeliYoga: Limitless by Maverick Helicopters is just the experience for you. You will fly in a helicopter from Las Vegas to the Valley of Fire State Park which is about a 45-minute journey. Once you land on one of the highest peaks, you will be led through a 75 minute Silent Savasana yoga class while surrounded by breathtaking views of red rock formations. A custom playlist and instructions are delivered via personal headphones. After, continue your flight over downtown and the strip. So, if you’re looking for some thrill and some chill, you can have this exclusive 2.5 hour helicopter experience for $3,499 for up to 6 people.

SpeedVegas

Take a spin in some of the most impressive exotic cars and off-roading vehicles at SpeedVegas. This world-class driving experience allows anyone to drive any of the cars in SpeedVegas’ multi-million dollar vehicle collection on one of the longest race tracks in Las Vegas.

Situated only ten minutes south of the strip, you can hit top speed in some of the fastest cars in the world, go off-roading on a dirt track, or take an ATV into the desert. Prices vary based on the vehicle you choose and how many laps you wish to drive. You can also choose from one of their curated driving packages. From Lamborghini and Porsche to Mercedes and Ferrari, you can fulfil all of your driving fantasies with SpeedVegas.

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