Las Vegas is gorgeous – everything about it. From the consistently beautiful weather to the way the city glows at nightfall. No matter how you look at it, the Strip is one of the prettiest sights you will ever behold in a city; so why would you want to spend your evening in an enclosed room where the beauty is hidden from you? We can’t assume you want to, you just don’t know how to party and still get a view of the Strip. Lucky for you and your cohorts, there are plenty of places you can take the party to that will provide the same entertainment you’d expect from a nightclub while still giving you that unbeatable view of the Las Vegas Strip.
Vegas VIP is one of those diamonds in the rough. A company that doesn’t take advantage of its customers, but rather does everything it can to please those that dial in. When people hear of what we do here at Vegas VIP, though, it’s easy to come across as a scam. Some opportunistic business that touts amazing packaged deals, but delivers these really lackluster experiences. That’s not Vegas VIP. (more…)
Everybody treats Las Vegas like all it has to offer is the party scene. Sure, nightclubs and dayclubs are littered up and down the Las Vegas Strip as if there was a feared shortage of party space; but this city of sin has far more to offer than just partying, drinking, and the regrettable hangover the day after. There is plenty of adventure to be had in Las Vegas; adventure that doesn’t require you to chase an unmarked pill with a shot of vodka.
After Daylight, the night falls, turning the Las Vegas Strip into an abundance of parties. From the Stratosphere right on down to the Luxor, the parties are plentiful, taking place in some well known nightclubs. There is a new party on the Strip; one that threatens to draw the attention from legacy nightclubs like TAO. (more…)
It’s one thing to ensure that the wedding is everything the bride-to-be could have ever wanted, but it’s another to try and keep her mind occupied and stress free. If you’re lucky enough to have to cater to the bride the night (or nights) prior to the big event, than you already know what levels of stress are in store for you. (more…)