- by travelpulse
- 15 Aug 2022
Pre-COVID, Las Vegas was known for its bustling nightlife, casinos, buffets, and entertainment. During the shutdown, Sin City came to a screeching stand still for obvious reasons, but Vegas is returning to life ready to make up for the lost time. With the revival of shows, nightlife, and even buffets as of June of this year, it feels like Vegas is back for good.
3770 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
There are places to splurge like the Bellagio, but if you're looking for a reasonably priced, clean room with a great location, Park MGM Las Vegas is an excellent option. Not only is it connected to other hotels like Aria if you want to pop in for dinner, but they have a free shuttle that'll bring guests all the way down to the other end of the strip to the Bellagio. It may not seem like a lot, but when it's 110 degrees in the summer and a bit too hot to walk, or Ubers are surge pricing and it costs $30 just to get to the other end of the strip, a free shuttle is a great perk for guests.
3600 S Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89109
If guests are looking for dinner and a show, look no further than The Mayfair Supper Club. Their drinks are topped with a mound of cotton candy, and the food is spectacular like the Wagyu & Caviar Hand Rolls topped with a little gold leaf and wasabi or the "cigar" dessert served in a puff of smoke. Not only is the food reason enough to visit, but the entertainment is spectacular with dancers, singers, and a full band while watching the lights in the Bellagio fountains dance in the background. This is definitely the place to splurge.
3730 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89158
As guests enter this restaurant, they'll see chefs behind the scenes stuffing the handmade dumpling dough with various homemade fillings. These dumplings are to die for, especially the Shrimp & Kurobuta Pork Spicy Wontons and the Chocolate & Mochi Xiao Long Bao for a sweet finish. They're stuffed with a delicate truffle that turns into melted silky chocolate, almost like a lava cake dumpling.
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