LAS VEGAS STRIP SPRING TAKE-OVER
The LINQ Hotel & Casino, LINQ Promenade and High Roller, The Cromwell, Drai’s Beach Club,
Flamingo Las Vegas and Caesars Palace Set the Pace for Spring Flings
Special Deals and Values all Season Long
Spring Breakers (above) party at The LINQ Promenade in Las Vegas
It’s a little known fact, but between Mar. 21 and Jun. 21, Las Vegas transforms into the ideal vacation destination to not only celebrate Spring Break, but the entire spring season. Featuring perfect 80 degree temperatures, refreshing and lavish pools, luxurious cabanas, enticing nightlife, spring menus and the best styles for fun in the sun, Las Vegas is a non-stop party with round-the-clock fun, and now it’s all happening smack dab in the middle of the famed Strip in Las Vegas.
From the socially-inspired new LINQ Hotel & Casino, The LINQ Promenade and High Roller to the stylish Cromwell Hotel to the rooftop pool party at Drai’s Beach Club to the energy of the classic Flamingo Las Vegas and the iconic Caesars Palace Garden of the Gods pool oasis, there’s plenty to pack into the ultimate Spring Break in Las Vegas.
King Suite (left) and Bar 3535 (right) at The LINQ Hotel & Casino.
At the heart of the action, the new LINQ Hotel & Casino features social and digital infusions and provides guests with modern rooms and a full sensory experience. Named Best New Hotel of 2014 by Vegas Chatter, The LINQ Hotel creates a new guest experience center Strip featuring a brand new pool, TAG Sports Bar and the one-of-a-kind specialty infusion cocktail bar, 3535.
Just steps away, The LINQ Promenade is the new social hub of Las Vegas and will offer a variety of Spring Break Happy Hour specials and events. Introducing an impressive collection of unique shops, restaurants, bars and the concert-bowling venue Brooklyn Bowl, the open-air retail and entertainment district is crowned by the High Roller, the world’s tallest observation wheel. Already touted as the Best New Attraction in 2014 and Must-See Attraction in 2015 by the Huffington Post, the 550-ft tall High Roller showcases 360-degree views of Las Vegas while experiencing a half hour ride in the comfort of one of the 28 ultra-modern cabins that can each hold up to 40 people. For the ultimate party roll, enjoy the High Roller Happy Half Hour complete with in-cabin bar.
The LINQ Promenade is also home to the legendary O’Sheas Casino. With the raucous atmosphere of a traditional Irish pub, O’Sheas features gaming tables, beer pong tournaments and drink specials with live bands and a dynamic environment. You’ll also find an array of great bars, restaurants and unique retail spots, along with Sprinkles cupcakes, Goorin Bros. hats and the iconic Los Angeles lifestyle brand Kitson, among many others at The LINQ Promenade.
Drai’s Beach Club • Nightclub (above) atop The Cromwell is the perfect Spring Break nightlife hot spot.
Party in Style All Drai Long
Perfectly perched on the top of The Cromwell– the first and only stand-alone boutique hotel on the Strip – discover a poolside party at Drai’s Beach Club • Nightclub. On weekdays, the rooftop pool is a relaxing sun-lovers heaven and on the weekends, Drai’s Beach Club makes a big splash with Las Vegas’ only daytime rooftop pool party. In addition to the 360-degree panoramic views of Las Vegas, ten swaying palm trees and the stunning setting of VIP luxury cabanas, bungalows and pools, this season, the one-of-a-kind pool party features live concerts and DJ sets from a diverse range of talent and the return of the Strip’s top nighttime pool party Yacht Club in April.
No need to leave the intimate-scaled hotel when you can grab a bite at GIADA -the only restaurant by television personality and celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis. For an elevated cocktail experience look no further than Bound By Salvatore before returning to the party hot spot at Drai’s Nightclub. Featuring world famous EDM DJs and a growing list of live shows by award winning musicians, Drai’s has taken nightlife into new heights – literally. The rooftop party delivers unrivaled views, massive LED lighting and the one-of-a-kind 80-sided disco ball. If the night still beckons, check out the original Drai’s After Hours – a pulsating underground nightlife scene lit in seductive reds providing the ideal setting to wrap up any night. Reenergize in a well-appointed and stylish room or suite at The Cromwell where you will enjoy special boutique touches including a separate vanity area with showgirl style lighting and a curated mini bar featuring 200 ML bottles plus a mixology kit.
A Spring Break Adventure
The Flamingo Las Vegas offers everything an adventurous spring breaker could want: A tropical Wildlife Habitat, Go Pool – a 15-acre Caribbean-style water playground and select rooms with fabulous views of 550-foot-tall The High Roller. Set on the famous four corners of Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo Road, this hotel offers a tropical twist in the heat of the desert sun, while also providing fun things to do for every age and interest. From the family-friendly and lush garden surroundings of the Beach Club Pool to high octane vibe and feel of the 21 and over adult Go Pool featuring ongoing special events, celebrity appearances, contests, go-go dancers, VIP cabanas and rotating resident DJs. Eateries at Flamingo Las Vegas offer a wide variety of dining options such as Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, Center Cut Steakhouse and Mexican hot spot Carlos ’n Charlie’s.
The Forum Shops (left) and Qua Baths and Spa (right) at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
When in Rome – Sun, Spa, Shop and Dine
Did Caesar really live here? It’s ok, its spring break and you can go ahead and ask. The world-renowned and iconic resort is synonymous with Las Vegas. For the ultimate relaxing splurge, the 3,960 room Caesars Palace provides a definitive spring break vacation. Enjoy the five-acre Garden of the Gods pool oasis, a collection of six exclusive watering holes, decadent cabanas and lavish sunbathing spots. With a pool for every mood, the Garden of The Gods includes the Fortuna Pool where you can try your luck and play a few hands of swim-up blackjack, have a bite to eat or visit the Fortuna bar for a refreshing selection of signature mojitos and fresh margaritas.
If pampering is part of your spring break itinerary, the award-winning and luxurious Qua Baths & Spa is a must-do. The sprawling, 50,000-square-foot sanctuary includes a Laconium Room and Crystal Body Art Room. Three Roman baths use the ancient healing powers of water, while the snowing Arctic Ice Room is the only one of its kind in the world. Mere steps away from the casino floor discover the premier luxury shopping destination at The Forum Shops at Caesars boasting 160 distinctive stores and restaurants. A foodie-lovers nirvana, Caesars Palace is home to some of the most lauded eateries including celebrity chef-branded restaurants by Gordon Ramsay, Bobby Flay, Nobu Matsuhisa and Guy Savoy as well as the award-winning Bacchanal Buffet.