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Las Vegas nightclub lines can be up to 4 hours long on the weekends and holidays. Everyone wants to know how to get to the front of the lines at Tao, Pure, Rain, and all the other hot Las Vegas Nightclubs. We have provided a short guide to assist all the new Las Vegas party animals on how to avoid the long lines and spend your night inside the club, not staring at the entrance from the outside.
Although these tricks have been successful at nightclubs all across Las Vegas, it is ultimately the front door and bouncers discretion of who and when people get inside, so always be polite and friendly when speaking with club personnel.
Bottle service – This is a sure fire way to gain instant entry into the nightclub, but make sure you reserve early so you all the areas are not sold out. I have found that booking table service early you are also able to negotiate a better deal because they want to fill the spots. Bottle service can seem expensive at first, costing from $300-600 a bottle for liquor on average. Bottle service guarantees you getting to the front of the line, entry fee is waived, a dedicated seating area, and a dedicated waitress who provides all the mixers for your drinks. Most people go running scared when they hear the price of Bottle service but do not realize that when splitting the bill 5 ways it can be a great deal considering $20-40 per person entry and $10-15 per individual drink otherwise.
Find a group of Women to team up with to get into the club– Six guys in line is not going get into the club very easily. The male/female ratio of a common nightclub is usually skewed and the bouncers know that. Break into groups of 2 and try and merge in a group of females. Groups of females usually make it to the front of the line first and their male friends are usually let into the club with them..
Arrive early – The early bird gets the worm and gets to the front of the line. Doorman usually notice the people that have been waiting at the club before it opens and will let you in soon after opening.
Dress the Part- Showing up like you just left the frat house will get you a long wait in front of the club. Wear your best clothes and clean up, it goes a long way.
The “Fire Bet” in Las Vegas Craps, a hidden gem of gambling. Call me a sucker, but I always play the fire bet when rolling dice at Las Vegas casinos. A chance to win 1000 to 1, makes this an exciting bet when you have a “hot” dice roller. Call me what you want, but here is where I rolled all 6 numbers earlier this year at RIO Las Vegas and won $5000 on a $5 bet on the fire bet! This particular fire bet rolled payed out $17,000 to individuals across playing the fire bet.
Here is how the ” fire bet “works:
- Whenever it is time for the next person to roll, place between $1 and $10 on the “Fire Bet” spot in front of you at the craps table. Note: The maximum bet allowed for the Fire Bet is $10.
- The shooter must make at least four (4) individual points for you to win. There are six points on a table, the 4,5,6,8.9 and 10. A point is when the shooter rolls any number between 4 and 10 (except 7) and then rolls that number again before crapping out (rolling a 7).
- There is no impact on the “come out” roll for the fire bet if the shooter rolls a 7,2,,3 or 12.
- In order for the points to count, the shooter must roll at least four individual points. For example, if the shooter rolls an 8 it counts as one point. If the shooter rolls an 8 again and makes the “8 point” a second time, it only counts as one point. But if the shooter then rolls a 6 and makes the “6 point”, it counts as a second point made towards the fire bet.
- If the shooter hits four individual points (for example hits the 4,5,6, and 8), you will win 25:1 on your fire bet ($10 bet makes you $250). If the shooter hits five individual points (For example 4,5,6,8,9) you win 250:1 on your fire bet ($10 makes you $2500). And if the shooter makes all six points you win 1000:1 ($10 makes you $10,000 on your fire bet).
The house advantage for this bet ranges from 21-25%, so most people consider this a sucker bet. But I have won 250:1 on several trips to Las Vegas when playing the fire bet on craps and rolled all 6 numbers myself. On a side note, it is always nice to put $1 on the fire debt for your craps dealers. It gets them excited and keeps the game moving because they have a vested interest in winning the fire bet when they have a bet on the line also.
Las Vegas Casinos Who Have The Craps “Fire Bet”
- Harrah’s Las Vegas
- The Quad Las Vegas
- Caesars Palace Las Vegas
- Paris Las Vegas
- Flamingo Las Vegas
- RIO All Suites Las Vegas
- Bally’s Las Vegas
- Planet Hollywood Las Vegas
- O’sheas Las Vegas
Good luck and have fun!
Leave a comment and let us know about your Fire Bet success.
Bacchanal Buffet At Caesars Palace Named Best Buffet In Las Vegas By USA Today For Second Consecutive Year
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For the second year in a row, the $17 million Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace has been named the number one buffet in Las Vegas by USA Today. According to USA Today, with its focus on chefs, nine open kitchens, variety and abundance of food and sleek design, the culinary paradise found at the Bacchanal Buffet tops the list once again at number one.
Serving an astounding 3,000 – 3,500 guests daily, Bacchanal Buffet welcomed its one millionth visitor in less than a year. Bacchanal has become a major hotspot and favorite among locals, travelers and celebrities including film legends Morgan Freeman and Bradley Cooper as well as renowned chefs Guy Savoy, Giada De Laurentiis and Gordon Ramsay.
The chic restaurant, which opened to rave-reviews in Sept. 2012, has racked up several awards over the last year including Best Buffet by the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Las Vegas Weekly, Surprise of the Year by Desert Companion and named as one of the seven best buffets in Las Vegas by Bon Appetit. Over the weekend, Bacchanal was named as a leader in buffet trends in Time Magazine’s food issue.
“Caesars Palace’s nearly 600-seat Bacchanal, part of Caesars’ push to be even more of a dining destination, aims to please foodies as well as the average Joe or Jane who likes to load their plates. It looks like an upscale restaurant rather than a mass feedery: sleek, chic and ultra-contemporary, with blond wood tables, comfortable upholstered chairs, hip music and multiple intimate dining rooms,” said USA Today.
Bacchanal’s opening menu boasted over 500 items prepared fresh daily by the team of talented chefs recruited from Michelin-starred kitchens across the city. The staggering number of dishes would overwhelm many restaurants but the team at Bacchanal continued to push the boundaries by introducing more than 30 new dishes and up-to 15 daily specials in its first year including a selection of mochi flavors, chilled pea soup with crab, chicken marsala and Bacchronuts—Bacchanal’s unique take on the popular pastry taking the world by storm.
“We are honored to have won this sought-after award for the second consecutive year,” said Executive Chef Michael van Staden. “I’m humbled to work with such a passionate team and can’t wait to show our guests what’s to come. We have plenty of tricks up our sleeves.”
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O’Sheas Casino, a Las Vegas Strip classic, re-opened its doors recently at the new location inside The Quad Resort & Casino. After a 23-year reign on the Las Vegas Strip, the original O’Sheas closed in the spring of 2012 to make room for The LINQ, Caesars Entertainment’s $550 million outdoor retail, dining and entertainment district. The re-imagined space features elements of the original Strip-side casino where guests will once again be able to enjoy blackjack, beer pong and live entertainment in a welcoming and fun environment.”$5 blackjack, beer pong tournaments every day, starting at 3 p.m. We got live entertainment seven days a week. Can’t beat it on the Strip,” general manager Jason Frese said.
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He is one of the most famous cultural icons and one of the most celebrated musicians of the 20th century, not to mention the best-selling solo artist in the history of recorded music … and that’s why they called him “The King”.
“ALL SHOOK UP” is the hot new tribute to Elvis Presley, and the only All-Elvis show on the Las Vegas strip! Backed by a live band on stage, you’ll hear all the hits – from Heartbreak Hotel to Suspicious Minds. There’s no other performer who has had a bigger influence on Rock n Roll. Whether you’re a fan of The King or just want to see what all the fuss was about ….. There’s no other show you should see than “All Shook Up”!
Location: V Theater
Use Promo Code VDH50 for 50% OFF when purchasing tickets through the official box office at www.vtheaterboxoffice.com
- Sunday: 6:00 pm
- Monday: 6:00 pm
- Tuesday: 6:00 pm
- Wednesday: 6:00 pm
- Thursday: 6:00 pm
- Friday: 6:00 pm
- Saturday: 6:00 pm
Age restrictions: None, all ages.
- General Admission – First come first served seating as you arrive for the show.
- VIP – Assigned seating in rows A-D with the best views of the stage. Seating assigned by the box office.
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With the energy of a circus and the atmosphere of an A-list Hollywood party, this highly extraordinary Vaudeville-inspired show will reach new heights of madness. Beacher, who Rolling Stone magazine declared the “Best Showman on the Strip,” is best known for his ability to push the boundaries of entertainment and fantasy. Be prepared to experience never-before-seen acts and expect the unexpected.
Vegas Deal Hunter Special – Enter Promo Code “VDH20” upon checkout and save $20 on Beacher’s Madhouse Tickets!
Tickets can be purchased through Box Office at http://www.vtheaterboxoffice.com
Guests will be taken on a sensory journey into the unconventional world of Beacher’s Madhouse from the moment they first enter the 8,500-square-foot performance theatre. To join the madness, experience seekers enter the theatre through an inconspicuous speakeasy-like passageway hidden behind a library bookcase, and travel through a tunnel leading them from their ordinary existence into a fantasy-filled realm filled with world-renowned spectacles and all-new dramatic performances.
The Rat-pack-like ambiance of the theatre will include a variety of stages throughout the venue in addition to the one main stage. Shows will be held five nights a week – Wednesday through Sunday beginning at 8:00 p.m. – in addition to late night productions Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 10:30 p.m.
MGM Grand Beacher’s Madhouse Theater
MGM Grand Hotel and Casino
- Sunday: 8:00pm
- Monday: Dark
- Tuesday: Dark
- Wednesday: 8:00pm
- Thursday: 8:00pm
- Friday: 8:00pm
- Saturday: 8:00pm
Run Time: 120 minutes
VIP – $175 Includes VIP Table with complimentary bottle of Vodka and or Champagne. Ticket also authorizes entry to Beacher’s Madhouse Nightclub.
Reserved Seating – $125 See the show in style with second row reserved seating and table for you and your friends to enjoy Beacher’s Madhouse!
General Admission – $75 Standing Room
Vegas Deal Hunter Special – Enter Promo Code “VDH20” upon checkout and save $20 on Beacher’s Madhouse Tickets!
Tickets can be purchased through Box Office at http://www.vtheaterboxoffice.com
Age Restrictions: Ages 21+ Only
Dress Code: Classy, fashionable attire and/or one’s favorite costume.
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Las Vegas Power Pass Review:
When it comes to tremendous value and remarkable convenience, the Las Vegas Power Pass is the best bet in Las Vegas.
The Las Vegas Power Pass provides you the ultimate Las Vegas attraction discounts and Las Vegas tourist attraction experience around. For one low price you are able to visit 26 of the most sought after Las Vegas tourist attractions the city has to offer. It will save you hundreds of dollars on admission to these attractions and eliminates the hassle of having to stand in the long Las Vegas lines to get admission tickets to each of these attractions.
Las Vegas Power Pass Review Summary:
- Free Admission to 50 of the most popular Las Vegas attractions when you purchase the Las Vegas Power Pass
- A savings of over $450 from buying tickets seperately
- Skip the line at major Las Vegas Attractions
- Removes the hassle of waiting in line to purchase admission tickets
- Free guide brochure with each Power Pass purchase
- Available in 1, 2, 3 and 5 consecutive day durations
- Suitable for all ages
- Great choice for family vacation
Las Vegas Attractions Included in the purchase of the Las Vegas Power Pass:
- Grand Canyon West Legacy Tour
- Hoover Dam Motor Coach Tour from Las Vegas
- Madame Tussauds Las Vegas Wax Museum Experience
- The Mob Museum
- B – A Tribute To The Beatles Vegas Beatles Concert Tribute Show
- Eiffel Tower Experience at Paris Las Vegas
- Siegfried and Roy’s Secret Garden, Dolphin Habitat
- Stratosphere Tower Observation Deck
- The Roller Coaster at NY, NY
- Lake Mead Cruise
- National Atomic Testing Museum
- Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art (BGFA) /Las Vegas Art Museum
- Hot Rod City / Las Vegas Car Museum
- King Putt Indoor Mini-Golf / Black Light Indoor Miniature Golf
- Las Vegas Fashion Outlets’ Shopping Tour
- Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix | Family Fun Center | Go Karts
- Las Vegas Natural History Museum
- Lion Habitat Ranch
- National Atomic Testing Museum
- Nevada State Museum Las Vegas at Springs Preserve
- Planet Hollywood Restaurant in Las Vegas ($10 Credit)
- Sky Zone Recreational Center Las Vegas
- Southern Nevada Museum Of Fine Art
- Springs Preserve Las Vegas
- The Putt Park Miniature Golf Las Vegas
Purchasing all of these admission tickets seperately would cost over $450 a person while the Las Vegas Power Pass costs as low as $28 a day.
The folks at Las Vegas Power Pass have compiled this list of great Las Vegas attractions for years and have selected the most popular attractions. The Power Pass makes your Las Vegas visit as enjoyable, easy, and cost effective as possible. This is more than a book of Las Vegas coupons and discounts, it’s your own personal key to the top attractions in Las Vegas.
We give a final review of 5 stars to the Las Vegas Power Pass option when visiting Las Vegas. Check our website for Las Vegas Power Pass promotion codes prior to purchasing and visit the actual Las Vegas Power Pass website here to get the latest offers and best prices on your Las Vegas Power Pass.
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Tipping is always customary and tipping in Las Vegas is no exception. Most of the customer service jobs in Las Vegas are on average lower paying positions and the employees who work in these positions rely on tips to make a living. When to tip and when not to tip can be a little confusing, as well as how much do you tip. We have provided a comprehensive guide to help with tipping casino customer service personnel on your next Vegas visit.
Las Vegas Cocktail Waitresses: Drinks (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) are free in Las Vegas casinos when you are gambling. Giving $1 (waitresses will accept $1 chips as tips as well as cash) for your drink is normal, $2-$3 will usually get you more frequent service and attention from the cocktail waitresses. Waitresses on general have to provide their bartenders 20% tip-out at the end of their shift so keep that in mind when tipping these hard working folks.
Las Vegas Casino Shuttle Bus Drivers: Most casinos have shuttle buses that will take you for free to sister properties while in Las Vegas. These drivers don’t make a lot of money and a $1-$2 tip is appreciated.
Las Vegas Bellmen: $1-$3 a bag is the norm.
Las Vegas Hotel Maids: Some people prefer to leave a tip at the end of their stay for the maids, but there is a good possibility it will be a different maid each day. Leaving $4-$5 a day for the maid is sufficient.
Las Vegas Room Service: $4-$5 is a good tip, it depends on the timeliness of your order and how warm the food is!
Las Vegas Doormen: Las Vegas cabs are hailed by casino doormen and the doormen will give the cabbie your destination and open the door of the cab for you. $1 is sufficient if there is no luggage, $2 per bag is normal if they are loading your luggage.
Las Vegas Valet Parking Attendants: $2-$5 tip depending on how fast they retrieve your vehicle
Las Vegas Buffet Waiters/Waitresses: $2-$5 per person depending on how attentive they are is usually what we have seen people tip.
Las Vegas Dealers/Craps Attendants: If you are winning money make sure you tip the dealers. You have a choice to directly have them deposit the money as a tip or make a wager on their behalf. You can also leave the option up to the dealer. 5-10% of your winnings is usually a good tip for the dealers, but we will leave it up to your imagination on how much you win.
Slot Attendants: If you have a good slot payout, make sure to tip the slot attendants. It is not often I see these people tipped and they work hard for their money making sure they are repairing your machines when they have a malfunction.
I am sure we have left out a few customer service positions or if you have a Las Vegas tipping experience please leave a comment below and we will add this information to our article. Have fun in Las Vegas and happy winnings!
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|Experience VIP nightlife like, “The Las Vegas Elite” with V Card: The Vegas Nightlife Pass. Receive VIP access to 50 exclusive Vegas nightlife venues that include nightclubs, ultra-lounges, bars, day club pools and gentlemen’s clubs. V Card also provides exclusive drink, dining and entertainment offers. |
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Here are a few fun facts about Le Reve Las Vegas.
- The depth of the Le Reve pool is 26.6″
- All shoes have dozens of holes drilled in them to drain the water.
- 75-105 birds are used in each show.
- 28 of the birds have been in the show since the opening night, April 2005
- 1.1 million gallons of water is used to fill the pool.
- Le Reve means “The Dream”
- The Le Reve theater holds 1608 guests
- The show has 91 performers
- The performers are from over 17 different countries
- The highest dive is from over 80 feet high!
- You may get wet in rows A and B
- Each 4×8 ft rectangle of the stage has 5,000 holes drilled into it in order to dry quickly.
- A Wardrobe Attendant is in charge of one of the theater elevators, moving performers over
40 times per show quick changes
- 600 – 1,000 towels a day are used in Le Rêve – The Dream.
Wynn Theater environment has been completely remodeled with a warmer palate, the most luxurious seats on the Las Vegas Strip and the VIP Indulgence Package complete with champagne bottle service and behind-the scenes video monitors. With seats no more than 12 rows from the stage, the theater provides an intimate setting which allows the audience to escape reality and let their imagination lead the way.
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There is a new casino in town, and it’s name is the D! The former Fitzgeralds Casino & Hotel has completed its dramatic transformation to become the D Las Vegas, revealing a sleek new style, energetic attitude and fun atmosphere in the heart of downtown Las Vegas.
Located beneath the largest video screen in the world on Vegas’ famous Fremont Street Experience, the D sits at the center of four neon blocks of non-stop party action. The property’s complete interior and exterior renovation embraces the upbeat culture of downtown and invites guests to experience the modern amenities, first-class entertainment, fun culinary experiences and unique gaming that abound inside.
“We’re incredibly excited to be part of a new era in downtown Las Vegas,” said the D Owner and CEO Derek Stevens. “the D’s renovations reflect the high energy and friendly atmosphere of Fremont Street, and we want everyone to have a blast when they stay and play with us.”
Renovations at the D focus on modern styling, while maintaining elements from classic Vegas and introducing glimpses of Detroit:
- the D stands for many things. Drawing inspiration from its home in Downtown Las Vegas and its owner’s hometown of Detroit as well as his first name.
- A new lobby and valet lead guests to one of the only two-level casinos in the city offering the latest in slots and table games on the first floor and a Vintage Vegas gaming experience on the second, featuring an array of coin-operated slots and the beloved Sigma Derby simulated horse-racing game.
- 624 remodeled rooms offer modern, updated accommodations while 14 luxury suites provide guests with a lavish space for relaxing or entertaining.
- Two new high-energy bars – LONGBAR inside the casino and D Bar on Fremont Street – serve up frozen libations, an extensive beer menu and traditional cocktails 24/7.
- Featured on The Today Show, The Food Network and The Travel Channel, Detroit’s iconic American Coney Island restaurant opens its first-ever location outside of Michigan, serving up legendary Coney Dogs.
- Offering an entirely new take on the neon signage of Sin City, the D’s Fremont Street façade is now home to an exclusive interactive video display, known as “Face to Face,” which broadcasts colorful, dynamic content across hundreds of feet of LED signage and forty giant flat screen televisions.
- Dream & Doze. Guests will enjoy 624 completely remodeled rooms. The contemporary accommodations feature clean lines, bold colors and sleek gaming-inspired decor. Amenities include pillow-top mattresses, flat-screen TVs, Keurig ® coffee makers, high-speed wired and wireless Internet access and more.
- D-luxe Suites. the D’s expansive new suites offer first-class luxury accommodations in the midst of downtown Las Vegas’ exciting atmosphere. The detailing of classic menswear is incorporated throughout the two-room suites. Rich woods, marbles and leathers are complemented by custom, hounds tooth carpeting and a pinstriped, felt couch adorned with herringbone and tweed accent pillows. A full wet-bar with black marble countertops and two refrigerators leads into a large, well-appointed entertaining area with three flat-screens. Expansive windows look out across the Las Vegas Valley providing an unrivaled perspective from the tallest building downtown. A separate sleeping area with plush, king-sized bed, flat-screen and lavish bathroom offer a private escape.
- Double Down. The unique two-level casino boasts the latest in slots and table games manned by playful dancing dealers on the first floor, and transport guests back in time to old-school Vegas with a Vintage Casino on the second. Gamblers can rock out to today’s hottest songs and enjoy 10x odds on Dice and all Blackjacks pay 3 to 2. On the second floor, those nostalgic for days past will delight in the retro tunes, jingle of coins and restored neon. Complete with the beloved Sigma Derby simulated, horse-racing game and a wide assortment of classic coin-operated three-reel slots including Double Diamond, Wild Cherry and Blazing 7s, there is no shortage of old school charm in the second floor’s throwback gaming experience.
- Down a Drink. When it’s time for a cold one, guests can pick their poison at three distinct bars. Immersed in the bustle of Fremont Street Experience, D Bar invites guests and passerby alike to enjoy refreshing frozen libations and specialty cocktails as talented, flair bartenders send bottles and glasses flying through the air to the sounds of the best bands around. Inside, guests can cool off at LONGBAR – the longest bar in Nevada, stretching the length of the first floor casino. Outfitted with massive flat-screens for prime sports watching, LONGBAR is an uninhibited locale for gathering, gaming and drinking. Upstairs, guests can take a break from vintage gaming to select from the extensive beer menu offered at Vue Bar.
- Delectable Dining. Detroit’s iconic American Coney Island brings its first out-of-state location to the D. A favorite of Detroiters and visitors for nearly a century, American Coney Island is the oldest family-owned business in Detroit. Founder Gust Keros coined the phrase “Coney Dog” and introduced the now legendary treat to the city of Detroit in 1917. The high-quality, specially seasoned, natural-casing Dearborn sausage brand hotdog is topped with the Keros family secret recipe Coney Island Chili Sauce, fine mustard and sweet chopped onions, and served in a warm steamed bun. The restaurant has continued to attract loyal patrons from every generation in Detroit and around the country. American Coney Island joins Courtyard Grill, serving up traditional American fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner and Don B’s Steakhouse.
- Dazzling Display. On the D’s Fremont Street Experience façade, an exclusive new lightshow designed and developed by Cirque du Soleil visionary Roger Parent, brings the casino’s exterior to life with “virtual tapestry technology.” Unlike any other light feature in Vegas, “Face to Face” features forty massive flat-screens arranged in mobile panels to stream colorful LED content 24 hours per day. An adjacent LED exterior escalator whisks guests to the second floor as playful graphics dance and swirl across the screens, interacting with passerby and leading the way inside. Additionally, Face to Face’s panels contract to create a mega screen, live steaming content from live, world famous acts performing on nearby 3rd Street Stage.
- Dance with Prince. Die of Laughter. the D offers a lineup of entertainment in the showroom, sure to appeal to any guest. “Marriage Can Be Murder,” an award-winning interactive comedy and murder-mystery dinner experience, invites audience members to become a part of the show every night at 6:30 p.m. Thursday – Sunday, guests can join Jason Tenner and his band as Purple Reign, THE Prince Tribute Show performs live renditions of the legendary singer’s famous hits.
- Do Business. With 8,000 square feet of space, including a ballroom and four reconfigurable break-out rooms, the D can accommodate groups of all sizes, whether for meetings, weddings or special events. Productivity is a breeze for event attendees as they tap into the fastest wireless Internet access currently available in Vegas’ hotels.
World’s Biggest and Best Beards Descend Upon Las Vegas for the National Beard & Moustache Championships
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It’s quirky, yet highly competitive. Equal parts humorous and serious. It’s the third annual Beard Team USA National Beard & Moustache Championships, and they’re set to turn Las Vegas into America’s hairiest city–if only for one day–on Sunday, November 11.
Just For Men and Panasonic Step Up to Support the Third Annual Coronation Of the Country’s Most Folically-Endowed.
It’s quirky, yet highly competitive. Equal parts humorous and serious. It’s the third annual Beard Team USA National Beard & Moustache Championships, and it is turning Las Vegas into the hairiest city in America on Sunday, November 11 at Clark County Amphitheater. The 2012 competition will surely be a sight for spectators, featuring some of the nation’s most famous moustache designs and perfectly ‘manscaped’ beards.
“We’re certain there’s a Prince over in England who will be glad to have an altogether different type of Harry—or hairy as the case may be—in the Las Vegas spotlight for a change,” said Phil Olsen, founder and captain of Beard Team USA. “The National Championships have grown faster than most of our competitors’ beards, and we anticipate another strong showing of the top beards and moustaches from across the country and around the world.”
Now in its third year, the National Beard & Moustache Championships have already attracted major sponsorships from men’s hair and grooming product companies such as Just For Men and Panasonic, the presenting sponsor. For the ladies, the Whiskerinas Fake Beard & Moustache Competition will take place the night before the main event.
For the first time, the National Beard & Moustache Championships will employ an 18-category system similar to that used at the World Beard & Moustache Championships, which range from the delicate Dali moustache to the anything goes full beard freestyle. More than 400 bearded contestants are expected compete in the championships. Registration is $40 per category and spectator general admission is $10.
For more information including competitor registration, spectator tickets, and lodging reservations, please visit http://www.beardteamusa.org/nationals.
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The much anticipated Nobu Hotel, the newest addition to Caesars Palace Las Vegas, has launched it’s website and is now taking reservations for it’s February 2013 opening.
The Nobu hotel will have 181 guest rooms and suites. Guest rooms will offer stunning Strip or garden views with designs that embrace comfortable simplicity with natural materials and textures counter-balanced with outsized elements to reveal a touch of Vegas flair. Eighteen luxury suites will range from one-bedroom, 1,000 square feet, to five-bedroom, 3,500 square feet configurations and will be available for guests seeking premium accommodations or a stunning venue to host an unforgettable special event.
Anyone wishing to preview the Nobu hotel should visit their new website at www.NobuCaesarsPalace.com where you can book reservations, explore the various rooms and suites and browse hotel amenities and offerings. Prices are not listed on the website yet so we will just have to speculate to we hear the rates.
Nobu Hotel Amenities and Guest Privileges
- Complimentary access to 5,500-square-foot state-of-the-art fitness center at Qua Baths & Spa
- Priority reservations and VIP access to Nobu Caesars Palace restaurant
- Complimentary VIP access to Pure Nightclub at Caesars Palace
- Private pool access
- Exclusive in-room iPad registration
- In-room iPad docking station
- Access to exclusive Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace app
- Nobu’s signature hot tea welcome amenity served in-room upon arrival
- Deluxe bath amenities by Natura Bisse
- Turndown service with exclusive pillow and bath menus and Nobu-scented sleep oils
- Luxurious Filo Doro linens
- Complimentary valet and covered parking
- 24-hour access to Nobu’s first-ever in-room dining menu
- In-room minibar curated by Chef Nobu
With its focus on developing a unique sense of style, luxury and craft, Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace will also feature the adjoining Nobu Restaurant and Lounge, spanning 12,775 square feet, which will be the largest Nobu restaurant worldwide and the first on the Las Vegas Strip.