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  • Hotel for 30-something Couple?

    Hi there. The hubby and I have booked a trip to Vegas to celebrate our 10th anniversary. The last time we were there six years ago we stayed at the Bellagio which was nice, but we want to mix it up.

    We're both in our thirties and are looking for a good time - somewhere hip and classy but don't we want to look like grandparents trying to party next to the other guests

    We're coming for a long weekend and our budget is around $350/night for hotel.

    Any recommendations? Also open to hearing your thoughts on restaurants/clubs/lounges.


  • #2
    Venetian/Palazzo or the Wynn/Encore would be great options.... if not then the Cosmopolitan has a younger feel to it that I think you would likely enjoy.

    All three options have a great array of (similar) restaurants and clubs to offer. Personally I would pick the cosmo and eat at STK/Milos, lounge at the chandelier bar, and then walk to Marquee. lol



    • #3
      I stayed at the cosmo a couple years ago and its my favorite hotel on the strip. Iím 32 and find it to be a good mix of younger/older people. Itís centrally located, modern and just a good time. Most of the rooms have been recently updated too. Try to book a terrace one bedroom. Should fall in your price range (depending on weekend) it has a nice romantic Japanese soaking tub too. The chandelier bar is always great for people watching. STK is a great steakhouse in the cosmo, with a club vibe to it. Outside of the cosmo, check out skybar at the Waldorf Astoria (Used to be Mandarin Bar when it was the Mandarin Oriental). One of the best views of the strip in my opinion.


      • #4
        Wynn/Encore, Cosmo, Aria in that order are my favorite. I would stay at the hotel you plan to go to the club at, that way at the end of the night it will be easier to just walk up to your room.




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