The Latest from Las Vegas!

We feature what’s new in Vegas for the Holidays: 

Hotels…

 

Walking in a Winter Wonderland at the Bellagio

The Bellagio Las Vegas has transformed its Conservatory and Botanical Gardens into a winter wonderland of 12-foot tall snow globes, icebergs, giant stockings and a 42-foot white fir tree adorned with 7,000 twinkling lights and 2,500 colourful ornaments. Open now until 2nd January 2017, this winter wonderland is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is complimentary to the public. 

 

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the Cosmopolitan

The Ice Rink at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is now open to the public and features 4,200 square feet of real ice. As well as ice skating, visitors can enjoy s’mores by the fire, light snow showers, and seasonal beverages including Christmas cocktails, eggnog and hot chocolate. On Mondays, skaters can also watch two classic festive movies in the resort’s digital marquee.  Open until 1st January 2017, ice skating rental starts from $20 (approximately £15) and is open to those aged 2 and up. 

 

Attractions…

 

Merry and Bright at The LINQ Promenade

Winter PARQ has opened at the LINQ Promenade, which commenced with the lighting of a 35-foot Christmas tree adorned with lights and ornaments on the Fountain Stage and a nightly snow fall. This year features a brand new holiday show titled ‘Lights at The LINQ’ which includes live entertainment each night with 2,000 lights syncopated to music, making it a dynamic and visual experience. Visitors can enjoy the festivities each night until 30th December 2016.

 

Only in Vegas…

Santa Claus is coming to ETHEL M Chocolates Factory and Cactus Garden

Open now until 1st January 2017, The Cactus Garden Holiday Lights at ETHEL M Chocolates Factory features around 300 species of cacti across three acres adorned with multi-coloured lights. Visitors can enjoy visits from Santa Claus from Friday to Sunday until Christmas from 5pm to 9pm and performances by local choirs singing carols Friday to Sunday from 6pm to 8pm. Admission is free. 

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