Before my first trip to Las Vegas, I thought it was where all the wildest bachelor and bachelorette parties took place. I’m sure you’ve heard of the saying, “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas,” but let’s have some fun and break some rules. I’m going to share how you can enjoy Las Vegas – beyond all that excitement and fun there is in being single in Sin City, there’s tons of entertainment and fun for couples.
Being at the dessert in the Spring meant I got to experience perfect weather. My obsession with ruffles continue. I wore this pretty cold shoulder ruffle maxi dress and paired it with some gold flats and this bag which always represent hot weather. The dress is under $60 and the bag is under $100. Shop the look below:
If you followed my Instastories, you’ll have seen a couple of clips from shows I caught and amazing restaurants I dined at. I’ve listed a few of these below for when you head down for a visit.
THINGS TO DO IN LAS VEGAS AS A COUPLE
Relax at the Pool and get a Pool-side massage – I love pool hopping. Wynn Hotel are adult only. Bellagio is one of my favourites to relax at. Monte Carlo has a lazy river, but can be quite crowded in high season.
Take a Gondala Ride in the Venetian – The entire area takes me back to Italy. Some of the drivers even serenade you.
Hot Air Balloon Ride over Red Rock – This is something I haven’t done just yet, but would love to do.
Go Up the Las Vegas Eiffel Tower – It’s not Paris, but it’s a fun little replication of it. Plus, the view is completely different from that from the original in France.
Capture Your Love – Take a cute photo next to the enormous LOVE letter installation inside the Venetian.
Performances in Magic, Sports, Athletics and Arts – There are endless options for shows. On this last trips, we watched La Reve and by far, my favourite of all acrobatic shows I’ve seen – and I’ve seen a lot! For magic, Mac King and Penn and Teller are awesome. Discounted prices for tickets online, but if you’re on the strip, check for locations here.
I’ve visited Las Vegas about 4 or 5 times now. There is so much good food in Las Vegas, both on and off of the Strip. Below are 2 romantic spots I really enjoyed on The Strip.
Picasso – On my last trip, I went to this 2 star Michelin restaurant. When you book a reservation here, get the 3 course tasting menu with wine pairing and request for a seat on the balcony for the Bellagio water shows (mentioned above).
Costa di Mare – This is the best restaurant I’ve dined at in Las Vegas. Costa di Mare brings in fish caught off of the various regional coasts of Italy. The branzino and pasta are both delicious. We sat at the centre window of the dining room by the koi pond. This is one of the best dining spots in Las Vegas.
BLVD Creamery – Share a double or triple scoop of ice cream from BLVD Creamery outside of Monte Carlo. There’s nothing sweeter than indulging in a little sweet treat before a show.
I hope you enjoyed this post. Let me know if you’ve ever been to Las Vegas, or if you’re planning on visiting. If you’ve been before, have you been as a couple before? Do you have any favourite spots?
Photo credit to my one and only, Rise Again BJJ.