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By Melanie Lieberman
The Digs: The Titus Villa, a Laurel Collection Suite at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada  Size: 11,200 square feet Price: $25,000 a night The Skinny: We think Rome’s renowned Emperor Titus would be more than comfortable in this lavish...
By Melanie Lieberman
The Digs: The Titus Villa, a Laurel Collection Suite at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada  Size: 11,200 square feet Price: $25,000 a night The Skinny: We think Rome’s renowned Emperor Titus would be more than comfortable in this lavish...
By Melanie Lieberman
The Digs: The Titus Villa, a Laurel Collection Suite at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada  Size: 11,200 square feet Price: $25,000 a night The Skinny: We think Rome’s renowned Emperor Titus would be more than comfortable in this lavish...
By Andrea Bennett
Recently, the Las Vegas Power Pass re-launched, giving you access to around 25 famous area attractions in one handy pass, good for 12 months from the time you first use it. It can be a great deal, but only if the attractions are the ones you want ...
By Andrea Bennett
Las Vegas has Tiffany & Co. and Louis Vuitton stores like other cities have Starbucks.  It’s easy to explain why: Of the 41 million travelers who arrived in Las Vegas in 2014 (according to the Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority), 61 percent...
By Andrea Bennett
Las Vegas’s true roots are downtown—all the casinos around Glitter Gulch’s Fremont Street were at one point the epicenter of Vegas glamour. A comeback for the neighborhood has been promised for years, assisted by Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh’s $350 milli...

Hotels in Las Vegas

The first hotel to open in Vegas without a casino (it debuted, somewhat ironically, in a tower adjacent to Mandalay Bay in 1999), the Four Seasons is arguably still the best of this growing breed.

Things to do in Las Vegas

Le Reve, at the Wynn, will hit its decade anniversary in 2015, and to celebrate, it has just added ambitious hydro- and pyrotechnics, to the tune of $3 million, which took nearly 60 designers, technicians, engineers and choreographers more than 18 months to complete.