Sunseeker’s Top 5 – Things to do in Las Vegas


By Heather Turk

There’s never a dull moment in Las Vegas. The city always has something going on for guests to enjoy: gambling, entertainment, recreation, nightlife—the list goes on and on. With so much to choose from, however, it can be difficult deciding how you want to spend your time.

See a Show at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace

If you only have time to see one show while you’re in town, make sure to check out the Colosseum. This prestigious venue never disappoints! Whether it’s one of its resident performers like Céline Dion or a touring headliner like Jim Gaffigan, you are sure to see a great show.

Treat Yourself to a Spa Day

It’s easy to spend an entire day unwinding at one of Las Vegas’ luxurious spas thanks to their many soothing amenities. Spa Aquae at JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa, for instance, not only has private men’s and women’s Ritual Rooms with cascading waterfall showers, hot and cold plunges, a warm float pool, sauna and steam room, but also a co-ed area outside with a hot tub, sauna, steam room and hydrotherapy circuit pool.

Dine in a charming French village setting at Le Village Buffet

Dine in a charming French village setting at Le Village Buffet.

Check Out a Buffet

Indulge in an array of delectable dishes at one of Las Vegas’ bountiful buffets, like Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas. This French-themed smorgasbord not only offers a selection of sweet and savory crepes throughout the day, but also serves the city’s juiciest prime rib for lunch, brunch and dinner.

Visit the Lion Habitat Ranch

At the Lion Habitat Ranch, you can get up close to 36 lions as well as Nevada’s only giraffe at this Henderson hideout near M Resort Spa Casino. It’s an experience unlike any other!

Enjoy High Tea at Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas’ Tea Lounge

It’s time for tea at Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas’ Tea Lounge. Savor a selection of fine teas and finger foods while soaking up the view from the 23rd floor during this elegant afternoon experience.

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