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Vegas Dos and Don'ts

Vegas Dos and Don'ts

With a tagline like “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas,” it’s easy to think Sin City has no rules, but following a short list of dos and don’ts will guarantee your Vegas vacation has a story (or two) worth sharing. 


Las Vegas is the Ultimate Wedding Destination That Caters to All Couples

Las Vegas is the Ultimate Wedding Destination That Caters to All Couples

Love won when marriage equality swept all 50 states. Of course, the best way to celebrate such a monumental moment in history is to say “I do!” to the one you love. Las Vegas has a solid reputation as the ultimate wedding destination. Whether a couple is looking for a small intimate wedding in an elegant setting, a traditional ceremony and reception, or a big, blow-out weekend complete with pool parties, spa days and the hottest nightclubs, Vegas caters to all couples and all preferences.  


The Perfect 48 Hours in Las Vegas

The Perfect 48 Hours in Las Vegas

Forty-eight hours, 2,880 minutes or 172,800 seconds. Weekends go by fast, so spend it someplace where every second counts. Las Vegas is just a quick plane ride or road trip away and there’s no other destination that rewards spontaneity like Sin City. With an insider’s edge, your 48-hour escape from reality will be better than you imagined. 


Keep Warm and Drink On

Keep Warm and Drink On

Chilly temperatures have arrived in Sin City but have no fear, the mixologists at MGM Resorts have concocted cozy libations sure to warm guests to the point they’ll quickly forget its winter – oh and they’re tasty too!


Where to Take a Load Off

Where to Take a Load Off

Vegas is a never-ending wonderland of attractions and experiences and visitors may find themselves trekking for hours in an attempt to see it all. Sometimes, the best way to explore is to stop, relax and have a seat. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to take a load off without missing a second of what this world-class destination can offer.
 


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Turn "Sin City" into "Slim City"

Full of temptations -- from to-die-for buffets to nightclub bottle service -- it can be a challenge fighting the battle of the bulge in Sin City. But there’s hope! Las Vegas’ hottest resorts – including ARIA Resort & Casino, MGM Grand and Mandalay Bay – offer a variety of fun activities that burn calories without ever needing to set foot in a gym.  


Top 5 Las Vegas Spa Escapes - Bellagio, ARIA, Vdara, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay

Top 5 Las Vegas Spa Escapes - Bellagio, ARIA, Vdara, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay

Las Vegas may be known for its glitz and glam, but even seasoned travelers need a break from the fast-paced action. From eco-friendly to luxurious, some of the most rejuvenating spas in the world can be found on The Strip, offering a heavenly escape from Sin City.


Around the World in Las Vegas

Around the World in Las Vegas

Looking to experience a taste of Spain, England, France, Australia and Thailand all in one place? Vacationers will be pleasantly surprised to learn that they can do just that on the Las Vegas Strip. At MGM Resorts hotels, travelers can savor delectable French fare on a Parisian-inspired terrace, sunbathe and live it up at a beach club influenced by the shores of Ibiza or spend the evening singing along with an iconic Aussie band. Below are just a few globally inspired offerings for those looking to take an international journey through Las Vegas.


Where to Spend Your Tax Return in Vegas

Where to Spend Your Tax Return in Vegas


This past February, MarketWatch reported that the amount of tax refund money issued by the IRS was up 24% from last year leaving Americans with an additional chunk of change and plenty of difficult choices for how to spend it. Fortunately, MGM Resorts International has an array of destinations and experiences where visitors turn VIP dreams into exhilarating realities.



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