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camrowe Aug 8th, 2007 05:09 PM

Las Vegas wedding Anaversary

My wife and i are doing a ski holiday in Colorado, however on the drive there from LA it will work out that our 3 year anniversary will fall on the night were staying in Vegas!. I understand there’s HEAPS to do but does anyone have a suggestions on where to catch a nice dinner / show? Accommodation? And how to book it? Thanks for your help. Im a little lost as to where to start!

mrwunrfl Aug 8th, 2007 05:23 PM

Start with telling us what your budget is for dinner and for hotel.

What kind of show? A Cirque du Soleil show? Comedy, magician?

camrowe Aug 8th, 2007 05:42 PM

i dont want to spend thousands but whatever a typical show and dinner cost is what i expect. ceique du soleil would be good. either that or comedy.

mrwunrfl Aug 8th, 2007 06:18 PM

Ok, take a look here:

and try:


SAnParis Aug 8th, 2007 06:40 PM

If you are only staying one night, I would certainly try to coordinate the dinner/show/hotel.

beachkomer Aug 8th, 2007 06:50 PM

Well, for One night, I would splurge and stay lake front at the Bellagio, see the 7:30 showing of "O" at the Bellagio and dinner afterward at Sensi or a taxi ride to another wonderful place!

We love Vegas (and don't gamble) and for our 20th anniversary in May got our wedding vows renew by Elvis. We dined at the Eiffel tower. Wonderful views!

Have a great trip! When will you be there? Weekdays are cheaper!

camrowe Aug 8th, 2007 08:33 PM

were going to be there jan 22. were non gamblers too so its only the show and dinner costs we have to look at! can you still stay somwhere great without the splurge?

mrwunrfl Aug 8th, 2007 10:25 PM

again, what is your budget for a hotel? The link I gave for the Bellagio packages has pre-theater dinner package ($176 or $201 pp) including tix to O. And $300 for a night with breakfast for two. One number to call and you're booked.

beachkomer Aug 9th, 2007 08:27 PM

Staying somewhere great without the spluge...wouldn't everyone be there?

Deals can be had if you look hard enough. Check the recent posts regarding Priceline. I posted to a newbie this week.

But, you wouldn't be bidding until a few weeks before your night.

Best bet is to just wait. For one night, you're probably too far out for
reservations. Sign up at all of the individual hotels for their "specials". See what comes in.

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