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5 Luxurious Experiences to Try in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is one of the most iconic cities in the world, and millions of visitors travel across the world to experience its grandeur every year. In fact, 91.6 million people visited Las Vegas in the two years prior to the pandemic — 42.1 million in 2018 and a record-setting 49.5 million in 2019. The city is, after all, home to iconic attractions like the Las Vegas Convention Center, The Bellagio, and several exclusive nightclubs like Omnia. And that’s not even taking into consideration the city’s world-renowned live shows. So, to give you plenty to contemplate, we've listed some of the luxurious experiences you can try on your next trip to Sin City:

Stay in a Luxury Hotel

Much like this city, hotels in Las Vegas are bold and over-the-top. There’s no better way to enjoy the finer things of Vegas than staying in one of its luxury hotels. Even for the smallest budgets, tons of amazing hotels offer magnificent services at amazing costs. But if you’re ready to live like a high roller, be prepared to spend as much as $35,000 a night to make the most of your visit.

Dine at Joël Robuchon

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Vegas is home to a number of luxurious fine dining restaurants, but the best and most luxurious of them is arguably Joël Robuchon. It is the flagship restaurant of Joël "Chef of the Century" Robuchon, and is described in a Business Insider guide on Las Vegas restaurants as "a tiny little jewel box of a restaurant." It is also the first and only restaurant in the city to earn three Michelin stars. And for $495, you can indulge in some world-class French cuisine, including Robuchon specialties like Osetra caviar and gelée of green asparagus.

Make the Fountains of Bellagio Dance

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Number 3 in’s best things to do in Vegas article is a visit to the Bellagio, praised for its “variety of amenities and attractions.” Bellagio's massive fountains are among these attractions, “dancing” every 15 to 30 minutes with an accompanying light show. You can make them dance yourself for $250,000. Not only will you be given the controls to the fountains, you also get a front row seat overlooking Hyde.

Soak Up the Sun at Encore Beach Club

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The Encore Beach Club (EBC) is located at the Wynn/Encore complex and is all about luxury. Daybeds here start at $750, while VIP pads start at $6,000. The price is worth it for access to its famous three-tiered pool complex surrounded by its iconic pagoda showers. Featured in’s list of things to do in Las Vegas, soaking up the sun at the EBC while in a comfy lounge chair poolside with a strawberry lemon mojito in hand is a must, and is a relaxing prelude to a day of swimming and partying. The pool parties often feature world-renowned DJs like Marshmello and Diplo. Book the Maverick Experience at Valley of Fire

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Maverick Helicopters are known for their chopper tours, which for $89 to over $1,000 and will let you see Vegas’ attractions specifically designed for air tourism. But for the ultimate luxury, book the HeliYoga Limitless, the world’s most exclusive yoga session. For $3,500, a luxury chopper will take you and five of your friends to one of Valley of Fire's highest peaks, where you’ll be treated to a private yoga session. The experience culminates with a sightseeing aerial tour of Las Vegas.

Go Yachting on Lake Mead


Want a luxurious escape from the city for a while? If so, check-in at the Forever Resorts and book their $1,995/day Houseboat tour, a private retreat on Lake Mead onboard a 75-foot luxury yacht. With six staterooms, two bathrooms, a full kitchen, and a large hot tub on the upper deck, it can accommodate seven people comfortably.

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