End 2022 with fashion. The winter months are full of amazing things to do, from festive events and shows to brand-new bars, restaurants and other exciting things in the Strip or in the nearby neighbourhoods. Be sure to put on your warmest clothes. Although we’re located in desert, but it can get cold in the desert. Check out these amazing activities to enjoy this winter and make sure to keep track of the events that take place every week throughout Las Vegas.
There are several places to discover and learn more about this place. So, if you’re visiting and taking flights from Portland to Las Vegas, then take a stroll of the entire city and find out what’s hidden in those tiny bustling streets. Also, book your tickets with Lowest Flight Fare to avail impressive deals.
Experience an “Awakening” on the Strip
“Awakening” is among the most stunning Las Vegas productions to come over the last few, many years. It takes over the theater in the round that was the home of La Reve. Vegas shows can become repetitive for a while however, awakening is brimming with imagination, pushing the limits of what’s possible using the effects and stage design. The show will feature hundreds of costumes in the span of 75 minutes, and creative use of lighting as well as audio (with speakers placed between seats) as well as an eye-catching LED glass stage that moves and rises. With the many moving parts of the show, it’s difficult not to be a bit anxious at moments. The tech is complemented with a dazzling, large-format show of illusions and puppetry, with an incredible scene near the close. The show has a loose plot about darkness, light, as well as “magic” through the red light that bounces through the theater, but the plot isn’t crucial in a show of this kind. The main question is: can “Awakening” attract enough audiences to justify its cost over the long term? Showtimes are 7 and 9:30 pm Tuesday-Saturday.
Brew n’ View is a new rooftop taproom. The brand-new taproom on the rooftop
Las Vegas has plenty of bars that offer stunning views from the rooftop, however, it’s not common to find one that has so many outdoor spaces that are comfortable. BrewDog began its journey in Scotland and has now landed on in the Strip with a prominent spot on the fourth and third levels of the Showcase Mall. There’s plenty of room to relax to play games in arcades, as well as shuffling board, but the true enjoyment is at the top floor, where you can enjoy an area of 30,000 square feet that is surrounded by the bright light of Vegas. With or without the views, the place has a modern layout and a fun and over-the-top food menu which includes everything from salads to plants-based dishes to ribeye steaks that are oak-fired and the $150 Wagyu Burger with truffle shavings served tableside in a treasure chest of black. BrewDog boasts 96 taps, however, only about half repeat because they’re divided between two floors. That’s still a lot of beer. Most of it is made on-site in small quantities. Try the Elvis Juice.
Enjoy the night at a Hallmark-themed suite
For some it’s all about sipping spiked eggsnog as they watch the holiday Hallmark films (and watching the parade of imitations in Lifetime, Great American Family along with Netflix). If that’s you, you should book a night in the official Hallmark Holiday Suite at Resorts World, which is one of only three suites owned by Hilton across the nation. The two-room suite has been decorated wall-to-wall featuring a tree for Christmas towels, tinsel, pillows as well as other items to complement the “glitz and glamour” Vegas theme. There are also some surprises, which include one within the bathroom. It’s amazing that there are some days left between this time and December. Contact 800-266-7237 for questions or reservations.
Enjoy a night at the pool all the winter
The pool season isn’t finished yet. Not in Vegas. Stadium Swim stays open year-round at the Circa resort in Downtown with a rooftop deck, heated pools, swim-up bars, temperature-controlled cabanas, comfy robes, and specialty cocktails, including the seasonal Pumpkin Spiced Mule. The huge, 143-foot, digital wall is perfect to watch football games provided you’re not averse to a DJ playing beats in the background. The pool will be hosting special events, including a Ski Lodge serving drink samples and photo booths throughout the winter months, so make sure to enjoy a dip at summer’s 80s Heat Hot Tub Party Friday on January 6, and the Winter Swim Bikini Contest Saturday, February 4.
Fly across the Canadian Rockies
FlyOver Las Vegas has taken guests on hang-gliding rides through The Wild West and Iceland with high-definition images projected on a big screen, utilizing the motion, sound, and winds, and even sending to provide a multisensory delight. The attraction was recently introduced “Windborne: Call of the Canadian Rockies” to show the beauty in Banff, Jasper, and Yoho National Parks. Take a seat and fly above alpine lakes, mountain ranges and more, while getting glimpses of Canadian wildlife as well as Indigenous culture. The snow-covered landscapes as well as the blasts with cold breezes are an ideal suitable for winter’s cold months.
Take some time to explore the splendid attractions of this place, and make your trip worthwhile. While booking your flights from Orlando to Santo Domingo, don’t just fool around restaurants and tall buildings. Instead, take a good note of what’s under the table.