Sunday, July 27, 2014


The Entertainment Budget for Las Vegas



Written by Tiffany Milligan – A Vegas Local

Budget conscious individuals need to plan ahead in order to do Vegas on a budget. Entertainment can be as cheap or expensive as you want it to be! “Budget Vegas” is just as fun as the “nonbudget” Vegas. It’s kind of like a game to see if you can manage your time and direct your money to the things that interest you the most! What can you do for $100 a day in Las Vegas? What can you do on $200, $300, $400 a day? You’re about to find out! This budget excludes lodging. You see, we’re assuming if you’re a budget conscious person you’ve already used points or Priceline or some other discount site to book your room in advance. Am I right??

$100 a Day
Digging change out of the sofa cushions to pay for your Vegas trip? $100 a day will afford you the basics and the freebies! There are LOTS of freebies so you should be plenty entertained and you definitely won’t starve! Did I mention it’s all about planning? Look up cheap places to eat before you Vegas on a budget doesn’t have to be harsh by any means! Treat yourself to one of the cheaper shows in Vegas for under $50 and you won’t be disappointed. Just because it’s not a headliner doesn't mean it’s not good! Enjoy some time at the pool (just don’t order drinks out there because you’ll pay dearly and wreck your budget)! With your last $20, find a quarter slot and live it up a little! The booze is free while you’re playing and the excitement is worth it! Who knows… you might hit a jackpot allowing you to throw your budget out the door!
Vegas on a budget - $1 currency
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come to Vegas. If you plan well, you’ll be able to eat for under $10 a meal! Assuming you eat three meals that leaves $70 for some other activities! Walking is free and our bus system is cheap so plan on staying on the Strip and perhaps venturing to Fremont Street at some point. On the Strip you can walk and ogle over the massive hotels and casinos… the grand décor and individuality of each, the flashy signs, and the street performers. The Bellagio Gardens, the Bellagio Fountains, and Fremont Street Experience Canopy Light Show are just a few mentionables. Peruse the other VegasDaze blogs for an entire list of FREE things to do in Las Vegas!

$200 a Day
Budget Vegas with $200 a day and you don’t have to be as careful. You can eat on the cheap but then allow yourself a nicer dinner – look up menus in advance so that you’re prepared! Preparation is KEY! Budget yourself $75 for the day for your meals. You can go see a mid-priced show such as Absinthe (my favorite) or Carrot Top’s comedy show and keep it under $75. Still do all of the free stuff because it’s a lot of fun and super entertaining! Still spend some time at the pool but on $200 a day you can have a drink (plan on $15-$20 PER DRINK…yes, it’s crazy). Take that last $20ish and play the slots! Do you see a reoccurring theme? I don’t believe you can leave Vegas without gambling – it’s just WRONG!

$300 a Day
Vegas on a budget of $300 a day allows you to do so much! Pool time is still a must. Eating is still a must and you can just follow the $75 allowance for that. Treating yourself to a show is still a must. But now…now you have time for a helicopter tour! They’re not cheap but you can see the Strip or do a flight out to the West Rim without landing for around $150 – not too shabby. The views are amazing and it’s an experience of a lifetime!  Depending on which helicopter tour you choose you can determine which show to book for the night…you might even be able to afford a headliner or a Cirque du Soleil show like Ka!

$400+ a Day
I’m not sure I’d consider anything over $400 a day to be “Vegas on a budget” but who am I to judge?! You can partake in all of the aforementioned entertainment and then some! You can gamble a
Vegas on a budget - cash roll
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little more or a lot more! You can see an extra show if you don’t mind sitting for so long!  You can take a more involved helicopter tour (my recommendation)! If you want to spend $400 a day you’ll have no problem doing it here in Sin City ;)

Tips and Tricks
There are places on the Strip that sell same day tickets to shows for a discounted price – take advantage of this! Get on your smartphone or tablet and look at websites for discounts while you’re here because you just never know when something will go on sale. Grab a visitor’s guide and use as many coupons as you can but no more than you need – in other words don’t do an activity just because it’s a good deal. Did I mention research, research, research ;) ??? No matter what your budget, you’re going to have a rockin’ time here in Las Vegas!

Contact Vegas Daze for ticket prices on a variety of things, from helicopter tours to shows! You can reach a helpful staff member at 1.855.895.3293 or 702.851.3293 to help you work within your budget to maximize your FUN!

Thursday, July 24, 2014


Best Restrooms in Las Vegas - Kerplunk :/



Written by Tiffany Milligan – A Vegas Local

Psssssssssssssssssssssst… Yes, that’s me whispering BUT it could also be the sound of “tinkling in the potty”! Gross I know, but sometimes Mother Nature calls and when it does you might want to surround yourself in luxury! There are restrooms and then there are RESTROOMS! The Best Restrooms in Las Vegas are clean, beautiful, and have the finest finishes. Boom!
 
Best restrooms in Las Vegas - toilet sign
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Vanity Night Club at Hard Rock. What’s that you say? A 40K hand-blown glass chandelier? Yes please! If you’re drunk enough and could find a way to get to the top of the soaring ceiling, you would surely steal this beast! Great red, white, and gold décor give this bathroom a crisp and clean feel.

Flirt Lounge at Rio houses purple. Best restrooms in Las Vegas wouldn't be complete without lots and lots of purple! From the sofas to the drapes this restroom is frequented by the hordes of women that attend the Chippendale’s show.  Also known as “The Gossip Pit” this bathroom is a place to get away, relax, and recharge.

Moon Night Club/Playboy Club at The Palms has a mosaic of centerfolds adorning the walls. Enjoy this scenery while releasing the last five Crown and waters you've consumed ;) Who knows, you might just see Miss March prancing by in her bunny suite!

Best restrooms in Las Vegas - View from miX
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Mix Lounge at Mandalay is on the 64th floor and has panoramic views of the city. ‘Nough said!

Main Street Station Men’s restroom is not just another seedy, unkept restroom. The wall behind the urinals is part of the Berlin Wall! No really, it is! I’m not sure why they chose this little piece of history but it sure creates a nostalgic atmosphere. Best restrooms in Las Vegas come in all shapes and sizes!

Zeffirino Ristorante at The Venetian cost a mere 750k to construct. Gorgeous and clean this restroom has Carra marble floors, real Venetian plaster, glass basins. Want more? This restroom has PRIVATE restroom suites. WHATTTT?

Visiting restrooms in Las Vegas is entertainment to some…for the rest of you call Vegas Daze at 1.855.895.3293 or 702.851.3293 to line up some shows while you’re in town! ;)

Sunday, July 13, 2014


Restrooms with a View in Las Vegas



Written by Tiffany Milligan – A Vegas Local

Taking a leak is better with a view. That’s the cold hard truth. Some things need no explanation ;) Which casino hotels can accommodate this luxury? There are so many luxurious bathrooms in Las Vegas featuring everything from gold leaf faucets to steam rooms to square footage fit for a princess (or prince)! An endless number exist…trust in that. HOWEVER, if you plan on spending a whole lot of time on the throne (or soaking in the tub) there are four restrooms with a view in Las Vegas that cause other luxury bathrooms to cower and cringe in their presence.

restrooms with a view in Las Vegas - Aria bathroom
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Aria Sky Villas feature circular spa tubs right next to the floor to ceiling windows overlooking the Strip. If that’s not enough, the large shower has seats and the impressive marble gives off a cool spa vibe with its earthy colors. What? You want MORE? OK, easy enough… the toilet has a remote control! If you catch these bad boys on a good day, the Sky Villa will run you just under 4K… that’s all… a drop in the bucket ;)

Hard Rock Hotel Penthouse Real World Suite is sultry and swank just like rock-n-roll pioneers would like them! With a dark tile mosaic tub large enough for six and blood red floor to ceiling drapes, this restroom with a view in Las Vegas is SEXY! It’d be hard to decide what to look at while “soaking” - the LARGE flat screen or the view of Las Vegas!

restrooms with a view in Las Vegas - view from M Resort
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M Resort Flat Suites sit at the south end of Las Vegas Blvd. and offer views of the mountains and Strip. Again with the floor to ceiling windows, these bathrooms also feature a jetted tub to relax away your worries. While they went with light wood instead of marble flooring, this bathroom is still in the running for its unique views. If you don’t want to be smack dab in the middle of the action, this one is for you!


Tropicana Sky Villas. I’m told time and time again how awesome these are but I’ve been in one and, well, they seem really 80’s to me. SINCE so many rave about them, I couldn’t leave them out. Two walk-in showers and his and her toilets are nothing to scoff at I suppose ;)  Restrooms with a view in Las Vegas are not as plentiful as one would think. Oh, and you have that bidet to play with as often as you’d like at the Sky Villa bathroom ;)

Call Vegas Daze at 1.855.895.3293 or 702.851.3293 for some event planning! As nice as these bathrooms are, it’s not healthy to just hole up in your room the entire time you’re in town…some golfing and fine dining await!

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