Hotels in Vegas may be far from the tropics, but Rio Las Vegas brings that island feel right to you. These welcoming hotel suites include pops of colors and tons of flair. Additionally, these suites have large floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing remarkable city views – a perfect touch to brighten your trip.
There’s simply nothing to match the electricity of New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas. Visitors flock from around the world to participate in the city-wide party that culminates in one of the most spectacular fireworks displays on Earth. Here’s what’s in store for those planning to hit Las Vegas this December 31.
Dancing in the Street
On New Year’s Eve, the majority of the Strip closes to automobile traffic as early as 5:00 p.m. The blockade, from Russell to Sahara, covers all hotels from Mandalay Bay at the Strip’s southern end to Stratosphere at the north. The Strip transforms into a giant block party where tens of thousands of revelers gather to eat, drink, gamble and be merry.
VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub & Lounge
Who says all the New Year’s Eve fun has to stay on the Strip? Not us! VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub and Lounge at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino has spectacular views, 51 stories above the ground. And if one of your resolutions includes being more spontaneous, you’re in luck: General admission comes with one ride on the VooDoo Zipline. Your admission also includes a champagne toast at midnight and open bar from 8 p.m. General admission is $125 per person if you buy it early. Several table packages are also available and include drink mixers and party favours. Packages start at $800 total (for four guests). New Year’s Eve tickets start at $125 (pre-sale) / $150 (at the door) per person.
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*Prices may vary and are based per person, double occupancy, Canadian dollars, space available at time of booking.