Las Vegas is a dream of honeymooners and people to celebrate their wedding day ceremony or just to come for holiday and leisure. You do not have to do the gambling, you still visit and experience the great things in Vegas. Visitors who haven't been to Las Vegas in a few years are in for in surprise. The big gamblers with their big suitcases are not the big splenders anymore.
The couples and honeymooners now conquer the Vegas. Couples are having a great time discovering the city's posh hotels, restaurants, shops, and wedding sites. You will find that the room rates and food prices are relatively low in Vegas in relation to the city's high quality services and dining, thank's to the gamblers spending money.
These are Most Romantic Spots in Vegas
The Golden Nugget,
why honeymoon in Golden Nugget ? The Golden Nugget is one of Las Vegas' finest casino hotel which won the AAA Four Diamond Award. Couples may have great time enjoying their outdoor swimming pool and romantic whirrpool spa that visible from the lobby through the 50-foot wall of glass.
You also find the biggest golden nugget in the world. Just outside the Golden Nugget's door is the Freemont Street Experience, a $70 million entertainment attraction.
Caesars Palace has long been regarded as Las Vegas' premier luxury hotel. The differences between Caesars palace and another hotels in Vegas that Caesars Palace has the vast gaming areas, Caesars Palace has high roller suites, many superstars has their stage there like Celine Dion, and for the shopaholic there's forum shops, great restaurants, great weddings spots, and luxury spa, swimming pool, and salon.
One of the most unique theme in Las Vegas. The Venetian brings the element of Venice, Italy.The Venetian enjoys one of the most advantageous locations on the Las Vegas Strip. The Venetian's architecture and overwater bridges are reminiscent of the Italian city for which it is named. And the property's indoor and outdoor gondolas - very romantic for couples.
Top of the line, the Four Seasons Hotel is a gemlike oasis of elegance, comfort, luxury, and seclusion. A non-gaming resort (don't worry; it's adjacent to Mandalay Bay, which offers more than enough opportunities to bet), Four Seasons Las Vegas is a tranquil retreat from the bustling city. Rooms are located on floors 35-39, and the views from the floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Las Vegas Strip make guests feel on top of the world. It's a sanctuary for the honeymooners.
If you decide to spend your honeymoon in Vegas, just try those places.