Update May 20, 2020: Since yesterday when this post was published, we have observed prices increasing. Caesars Palace: $99, Bellagio: $125 After two months of a complete closure on the Las Vegas Strip, the hotels have completed their health and safety procedures and will open their doors to guests again on June 1 (still subject …Continue reading "The Reopening is here!"
This site is updated by out-of-work casino dealers attempting to support their unemployment checks with a bit of extra revenue. Please support by visiting our sponsors! On March 15, the 24-hour casinos of Las Vegas shut their doors. Like many cities around the world, concerned citizens rushed to stores fearful of a food shortage. Las …Continue reading "Vegas All-In Together Scenes"
And what is still open and available for fun in the Resort and Casino destination! Updated: March 14, 2020 Please help support a group of temporarily out-of-work dealers by using the links on this article to book your next Las Vegas Vacation! Hot Deal: Caesars Palace for $396 $99 Normally, this center strip mega-resort lists for $250+ …Continue reading "Vegas Room Rates Slashed Amid Virus Closures"
Check out Caesars Palace Spa on Agoda! Pros: Large Spacious Fitness Center and Spa Large free-weight and resistance machine selection Plenty of cardio machines, most with window view Free fitness center usage with hotel stay or Diamond Status Free Spa usage with Seven Stars Status (otherwise $25 single day entry, or massage purchase) Cons Fitness …Continue reading "Caesars Palace Spa & Fitness Center Review"
Of all the drives in the country that can be tedious, Los Angeles to Las Vegas probably ranks pretty high. Nothing but brown mountains and interstate. Although I can’t recommend a route that skips the brown, I can recommend a short historical side trip and a slightly nicer desert drive. Yes! Some desert routes are …Continue reading "LA to Las Vegas: an alternative route"