Hilarye Fuller

The Bellagio

The Bellagio

Some people may not realize that Las Vegas is a great destination for family vacations. I remember visiting Las Vegas as a kid and being excited by all the lights, glitz, and glamor.  Of course, my parents did all they could to shield us from the half-naked showgirls in the lobbies, but being young and naive we barely even noticed. Think about all the fantastic swimming pools, roller coasters, arcades, and shops strewn about the strip- it’s a kid’s paradise disguised as an adult’s playhouse!

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Spa at the Bellagio Las Vegas

Spa at the Bellagio Las Vegas

Las Vegas is a lover’s paradise. What better way to romance your special someone then with a dazzling trip to Las Vegas this Valentines Day? You can pamper and primp in first-class spas and salons, dine on some of the world’s best cuisine, and relax in some of the best hotel rooms.

It’s time to take a load off, so I’ve even done the hard work for you. All that’s left is booking your trip, enjoying the sunshine, and spending quality time with the person you love most. Here are the top five best spa packages for Valentines Day:

Spa and Salon at ARIA Las Vegas Valentine’s Signature Couples Massage

Light to deep pressure, this massage is designed specifically for you.  Consult with your massage therapist to create a custom full-body massage, focusing on particular areas to provide stress relief, ease tension, or just “get the knots out.”  From February 9 to 16, this treatment will include special Valentine’s Day gifts: signature sandstone scrubs, two signature lotion bottles and a gift set of chocolates.

  • Cost: $185 or $270 (per person)
  • Length: 50 or 80 minutes Read More »

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Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas

Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas

It’s hard to pinpoint the “best” of anything in Las Vegas. Especially when it comes to buffets, as it is the most prominent and publicized dining option in Las Vegas. Also, there are so many determining factors when choosing the best. The best could be best value, or best price. It could also be the most popular or gets the best reviews. Don’t forget food quality, and best variety and selection. It would be almost impossible to base it on all of these factors and put out a true list of best buffets in Las Vegas.

So instead, when putting together this list I imagined you all as my close friends. Oftentimes friends and readers come to me for referrals to hotels and restaurants and I don’t want to let them down. Because it’s all about the experience and kitschy Las Vegas feel, I chose five buffets that excite me and that I truly enjoy going to, and hope you will benefit from this list and be able to stuff your face with delicious and satisfying food and not smuggle home some tomatoes and bread rolls to throw at me later.

So here are my picks for the top five best buffets in Las Vegas, in no particular order: Read More »

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