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Proving that it’s more than just pretty mountain views and flashy neon lights, Las Vegas provides an ever-changing list of experiences.
Get your game on with these Vegas pro teams
NHL – Vegas Golden Knights
A professional hockey team in the middle of the desert may not sound like a natural fit, but this is Las Vegas after all. Winning over the hearts of locals and tourists alike, the team has done surprisingly well (2018 Pacific Division Champions, won three Stanley Cup Playoff series and lost to Washington Capitals in the championship). Plus, the energy in the new T-Mobile arena is electric. So, claim your seat next season.
WNBA – Las Vegas Aces
Announced in late 2017, the WNBA San Antonio Stars have relocated to Las Vegas. With their new home came a new name: The Aces. With last year’s top pick, Kelsey Plum and the recent re-signing of guard Sydney Colson, it seems the odds are in their favor.
Only in Las Vegas
Earlier this year, the Mob Museum unveiled the Organized Crime Today Exhibition. Delve deep into the world of forensic science and law enforcement with hands-on experiences. One is in The Crime Lab, which gives guests a better understanding of techniques used during death investigations, including CSI, fingerprint and DNA analysis. In The Use of Force Training you’ll role-play situations to get a better idea of what it’s like to have to make split second decisions when faced with real or perceived threats.
Get a taste of these new restaurants
Inspired by the well-known TV show, Las Vegas welcomed the world’s first Hell’s Kitchen restaurant at Caesars Palace in January. Garbed in the iconic red and blue jackets with coordinating bandanas, the chefs and cooks showcase some of the signature recipes served up by competitors in past episodes, from lobster butternut squash risotto to truffle carbonara. To top it all off, guests enjoy stunning views of the strip while dining on culinary masterpieces, approved by Gordon Ramsay, of course.
A Chicago classic has decided to make a home for itself in Las Vegas. Filled with chandeliers, red leather banquets, lively jazz music. Flavor-filled ribeyes, delicious seafood towers and unapologetically delicious desserts make for an unforgettable dining experience. Add an impressive list of cocktails and international wines to the mix and there’s no doubt you’ll return.