Variety is the spice of life. I’m easily bored and don’t like discussing the same topics every week. I was looking forward to a week of news that didn’t include rumors about MGM Resorts and Wynn Resorts. However, I saw some information that I haven’t seen anywhere. Not even the twitters have been rumoring this!
What’s Up With Wynn Part II – Harrah’s Northern California – Silverton Village Breaks Ground – Gwen Stefani residency at Planet Hollywood + all the Las Vegas Scoop
Generally, I visit Treasure Island to play blackjack. They promote the casino as having great 3:2 blackjack and they deliver. If you’re looking for good gambling and affordable food and drink the casino is definitely a place that should be on your radar.
No intro today…just straight to the news! What’s Up With Wynn? – MGM Making Moves Outside Of Las Vegas – Rumor of the week: Chick Fil A coming to Vegas Strip + all the Las Vegas Scoop
The hotel room at Treasure Island Las Vegas is exactly what I expected. The room was nice, clean and well put together. The furnishings and amenities won’t wow anyone but they’re appropriate for the price point and won’t disappoint.
Let’s take a look at resort and parking fees for hotels away from the Vegas Strip. Since there are so many hotel-casinos around Las Vegas I’ll break them into sections for easier reading.
Vegas News | Let’s Welcome Virgin Hotels to Las Vegas – We’ve officially entered my favorite time of the year to be in Las Vegas. It’s so perfect outside during the day that a major business conglomerate held a press conference outside on Friday. Let’s actually start the news here because there’s a lot to discuss.
Vegas News | So Long Sam – SLS Las Vegas Sale Approved, eSports Arena Opens At Luxor, Big Changes Ahead For The Stratosphere Players Club + all the Vegas scoop from TravelZork
I try to keep my love of sports to a minimum for Vegas News. I know that not everyone who loves Las Vegas has the same passion for sitting in a sportsbook that I have. However, we need to begin with a little sports talk.
The first weekend of March Madness is one of the best times of the year to be in Las Vegas. The long weekend of fun begins on Thursday, March 15, with 16 basketball games. However, there are some viewing options that offer a great viewings experience for little to no cost.