National Splurge Day is Thursday, June 18 and there is no better way to treat oneself than with a trip to fabulous Las Vegas. However, this day doesn’t necessarily have to entail over-the-top spending, as seen at Downtown Las Vegas properties the D Las Vegas and Golden Gate Hotel & Casino. Penny-pinchers looking to splurge on a lavish Las Vegas getaway can still feed their craving for savings with many affordable Sin City alternatives.
- Live the Suite Life – Be spoiled with a weekend of extravagance in one of Golden Gate’s premier penthouses. These showgirl inspired rooms cover the entire fifth floor with magnificent amenities such as two master bedrooms and a plush living area with three giant flat-screen TVs. Not common in Las Vegas hotels, the penthouses also include a large outdoor patio that offers an amazing view of Downtown.
- Beef Up Your Night – Dive into an indulgent dinner at the award-winning Joe Vicari’s Andiamo Italian Steakhouse to delight inuperior service and authentic Italian delicacies that made this restaurant iconic in its hometown of Detroit. Andiamo’s philosophy, originating from the late Master Chef Aldo Ottaviani, strives to purchase and prepare the freshest ingredients and prepare them from scratch every day. Steak lovers will want to try the Andiamo Tomahawk, a long bone 32-ounce rib eye that is charred to perfection
- Take the Town in Downtown Style – Want to ride in style on National Splurge Day? Take a journey in the D’s show-stopping stretch limo or armored truck limo to get to any destination. These vehicles are fully equipped with a bar, party lights and unique amenities tailored to bring the D’s fun atmosphere to the road.
- Toast A Glass To The Past – Travel back in time to experience the infamous Las Vegas bar that was frequented by Rat Pack members such as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. Inspired by Vegas’ storied past, Golden Gate’s vintage cocktail menu includes classic drinks with a modern twist like the Frankie Two Fingers, the Jazz Stinger and the Flamingo Side Car served in discreet coffee mugs, a method used by Prohibition drinkers to evade law enforcement. With drink prices that only peak at $6.00, guests can taste as many as they’d like.