The Most Extravagant Ways To Ring In The New Year In Las Vegas

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The Most Extravagant Ways To Ring In The New Year In Las VegasPhoto Credit: CAESARS ENTERTAINMENTDemure is not a common word found in the Las Vegas dictionary and it remains the same for New Year’s Eve.


Everything in the land of world-class hospitality is considered extravagant. Over its many decades, Las Vegas has positioned itself as such a leader in their industry with its roster of award-winning restaurants and chefs, hotels, entertainment acts, and architecture. Everything in Las Vegas is heightened essentially embodying the ultimate definition of extravagance. Therefore, you can’t go wrong with whatever you choose to do in the city. But since you’re asking, below are some ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve the only way Las Vegas knows how.

THE ONLY 3-STAR MICHELIN RESTAURANT

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Joël Robuchon is said to be an exceptional dining experience. The French restaurant is the only 3-Star Michelin restaurant in Las Vegas designed for those with a sophisticated palate and no less. From the menu to the marble floors, Joël Robuchon exemplifies the meaning behind extravagant dining, an experience you must try to ring in the New Year on a great note. Joël Robuchon is also the Winner of Forbes Five Star, AAA Five Diamond, and Wine Spectator’s Grand Award.

THE LAKE

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There are lakes in the Mojave Desert if you can imagine that. One finds itself on the Las Vegas Strip at Hyde Nightclub. The venue will transform into a secret garden, highlighting the seamless indoor-outdoor space, floor-to-ceiling windows and expansive terrace with a view of the famed Fountains of Bellagio, the quintessential backdrop for all your social media sharing.

THE NIGHTCLUB EXPERIENCE

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The nightclubs in Las Vegas really outdo themselves on New Year’s Eve. Take OMNIA at Caesars Palace who’ll have Calvin Harris; Hakkasan at MGM is bringing out Steve Aoki; 2 Chainz will be performing at 1OAK at The Mirage, and The Bank at Bellagio will ring in the New Year with Bruno Mars. But, simply attending is not enough. To make it an extravagant outing you must experience the music and lights from a lush lounge seating with bottle service in a very high roller VIP Skybox Suite like those found at JEWEL Nightclub.

THE ROOFTOP PARTIES

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Las Vegas has rooftops. That may sound like an odd observation, but when you realize that’s a possibility for New Year’s Eve, it’s a game changer, isn’t it? It’s confirmed, however, that one of the most extravagant ways to ring in the New Year in Las Vegas is the one-night merging of BEER PARK and Chateau Nightclub at Paris Las Vegas. They will host the most MASSIVE rooftop party in the history of The Las Vegas Strip. Their jumpoff will include a premium open bar from 9PM to 12AM with complete access to both locations. Plus, Chateau will offer VIP packages including bottle service featuring Belvedere vodka and champagne.

THE HIGH ROLLER

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One of most extravagant ways to ring in the New Year in Las Vegas is by riding the High Roller. It is one of the tallest observations in the world standing 550-feet tall (107 feet taller than The London Eye). The High Roller has 28 cabins each holding 40 people. The ride itself at the High Roller isn’t why it made it on our list; it’s their open bar and their 360-degree city view. You can purchase a ticket starting at $150 to $500 or rent an entire cabin for up to 25 guests starting at only $4,500.

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