The Strip Travel Guide
Le Rêve, presented at the Wynn Las Vegas, is a mesmerizing, water-inspired creation from Franco Dragone, the man behind such popular Cirque du Soleil shows as Alegria and La Nouba.
After shopping at Kenneth Cole and Bebe or floating down the Venetian’s Grand Canal in a gondola, unwind with a drink at the Very Venice Bar.
Just yards away from the Strip, Parasol Down patrons sip handcrafted cocktails beside the secluded Lake of Dreams, fed by a huge waterfall and filled with partially submerged statues of lithe female figures.
Opened on Labor Day 2007 in the newly revved-up Luxor, LAX is 26,000 square feet of opulence, with black chandeliers and Art Nouveau balustrades surrounding the second-floor gallery.
A resource for interiors magazines and set designers (products have shown up on shows like Sex and the City and Queer Eye for the Straight Guy), Unica Home is where you’ll find curvy Ron Arad chairs for Moroso of Italy, Alessi olive oil tasters, and classi
One of the most iconic symbols of Las Vegas, the Little White Wedding Chapel has been performing the infamous “Vegas wedding” for years.
Casino magnate Steve Wynn and nightclub entrepreneur Sean Christie partnered to create this indoor/outdoor club on the Strip. Inside, the 5,000 square-foot Surrender nightclub has a Roger Thomas design and a glass DJ booth.
High-stakes gaming and drinking spot.
Despite being hidden beneath the escalators at the Venetian Las Vegas, this small bakery stand is well known for its crispy-on-the-outside and chewy-on-the-inside macarons.
All the drama one might expect from Steve Wynn is here: velvet walls, alligator-embossed leather booths, and a 95-foot waterfall cascading into a pool topped by a dance floor that cantilevers over the water.