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Las Vegas Turns Up the Heat for Couples in 2015

Las Vegas Turns Up the Heat for Couples in 2015

Reignite the flame in the world's adult Disneyland.

Few things beat a romantic getaway with your significant other. And few places are better to enjoy a long, sultry weekend than Las Vegas. Whether you’re seeking a sexy 48 hours or a relaxed escape from your weekly routine, Vegas has an incredible amount to offer. From spas to shows to gondola rides, a visit to Vegas is like taking a tour of the world without stamping your passport. And with same-sex marriage now legal in Nevada, you may find yourself really committed when your trip concludes.

Where to Stay

Whether it’s a gleaming gold beacon of luxury at one end of the Strip that attracts your attention or something less flashy and more intimate, Las Vegas boasts more hotel rooms per capita than any other city in the country. So it stands to reason there is something for everyone — allow us to highlight four hotels that really stand out from the crowd. That beacon of luxury for us is Wynn Las Vegas, and the rooms, bars, restaurants, pools, and its aquatic acrobatic extravaganza, Le Rêve - The Dream, are all stunning. A bit south, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas (pictured above) is a hip but semi-affordable way to enjoy the best of Vegas, bolstered by its one-of-a-kind restaurant collection and vibrant, inclusive nightlife scene. For a relaxing respite in the middle of everything, The Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas contains tranquil surroundings and a private entrance off Las Vegas Boulevard. Perched high above the strip are the Skylofts at MGM Grand — award winning designed lofts with up to three bedrooms, perfect for an extended stay or a decadent weekend with other couples.

Where to Relax

Sure, if you’re the gambling type, you can park yourself at a blackjack table and have some fun for a few hours. But if you’re more interested in taking some time to unwind — or a enjoying romantic couples' experience — Vegas is also home to some of the most impressive spas in the world. If exotic baths and healing waters set against a stone backdrop sound inviting, check out BATHOUSE Spa at The Delano (pictured above.) Advertised as “East Meets West” and decorated in traditional 1930’s Shanghai style, The Spa at Mandarin Oriental is an exotic blend of treatment styles and healing oasis, while The Spa at Wynn Las Vegas is a peaceful, calming sanctuary for guests. Ciel Spa at SLS is an exercise in indulgence with state-of-the-art technology and the latest in treatment techniques, while Planet Hollywood Spa by Mandara has a very Hollywood-meets-Vegas feel to it — with lots of glitz and glamour.

Where to Dine

Restaurant quality doesn’t get much better than in Vegas, and there is literally anything and everything you could possibly imagine here. The Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas offers an excellent selection of French cuisine, including lamb seasoned to perfection and foie gras like none you’ve ever tasted before. To eat at one of the 10 best steakhouses in the country, check out Vic and Anthony’s at Golden Nugget Las Vegas in downtown. Picasso at Bellagio is a delicious and extravagant blend of French and Mediterranean cuisine. If views are as important as your meal, check out Top of the World at Stratosphere. You'll enjoy a romantic 360 degree view of Vegas while enjoying signature dishes, including a Colorado rack of lamb and chateaubriand three-course dinner for two. Simon Restaurant and Lounge at Palms Place is a terrific choice for a casual dining experience overlooking a dramatic pool scene. And Nobu at Caesars Palace (pictured above) is more of the same high-end, fresh sushi that fans of the brand have come to love.

Where to Play
By play, we don’t mean knock back drinks until dawn — though that’s certainly an option here. In Vegas, you can have some old-fashioned fun times with your significant other doing the unexpected. Take a romantic gondola ride for two through the canals at The Venetian. If adventure is more your scene, head on up to the Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort for an afternoon on the slopes. And a magnificent exhibit is now on display at the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art (pictured above); "Faberge Revealed" is a collection of more than 200 artifacts, the largest collection of Faberge items outside of Russia.

There is almost nothing you can’t do this winter in Vegas. Book now for incredible rates and deals and enjoy a well-deserved weekend of fun with your special someone.

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