Las Vegas is unique, and if you are heading there looking for luxury things to do you will find that there’s plenty. Here are the top 5 luxury things.
No place on Earth is like Vegas, from the iconic Bellagio fountains to the extravagance of the casinos, there’s literally nothing that you can’t find in Las Vegas. If you are going there for the luxury vacation of a lifetime, you won’t be sorry because there are just so many luxury things to do in this city that you might run out of time, but you’ll never run out of luxury things to do.
Las Vegas caters to those rich people who are looking to experience the ultimate luxury lifestyle. And although there are plenty of luxury hotels you can stay in that will make your Vegas experience even more luxurious, here are a few things that are even better.
#1 Throw the Ultimate Party
If you are interested in throwing the party of the century, you don’t need to look further than Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at the Palms Casino Resort. This two story villa comes at the hefty price of $40,000 and offers a total of 9,000 square foot space which can accommodate your 250 guests. There’s also a cantilevered pool which will allow you to throw the Gatsby party of your dreams.
#2 Drink a Gotham Martini
Although you’ll find that Las Vegas has plenty of expensive cocktails to enjoy, for those who want to push their luxury lifestyle experience further a Gotham Martini is in order. This $1000 martini comes with a strand of pearls and it can be purchased at The Capital Grille at the Fashion Show Mall.
#3 Feast With a Burger
Of course, we are talking about a $777 burger that will help you make the most of your luxury vacation. The Burger Brasserie which you’ll find at the Paris hotel in Las Vegas comes with Kobe beef and Mane lobster, caramelized onions, imported brie and prosciutto and 100 year aged vinegar, as well as a bottle of Rose Dom Perignon champagne.
#4 Fly Through the Grand Canyon
Even if you aren’t in a hurry, there’s truly nothing quite as spectacular as seeing the Grand Canyon from high above. The Silver Cloud Air Tour costs $419 which is practically nothing compared to the fact that you’ll be flying through the Grand Canyon with vistas of the Hoover Dam and Lake Mead.
#5 Experience What It’s Like to Drive a Race Car
If race cars are your thing but can’t imagine how you could fit one into your downtown luxury lifestyle, don’t worry because Las Vegas offers you the opportunity to make your dream come true. Over at DreamRacing you’ll be instructed on how to drive a race car by professional drivers and then you’ll be given the car of your choice (anything from a Lamborghini and a Porsche to a Ferrari) to drive around for as many laps as you desire. Prices can go up to $5,000 but that’s nothing when you’re driving a Ferrari at full speed.
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