The LVRJ just published an article on the remaining Sigma Derby machines. I have fond memories of the Camel race Sigma Derby version that used to be at the Luxor, but was removed when they started de-theming the Luxor.
Here is a link to the LVRJ article.
And they’re off … at the Sigma Derby horse race
The High Roller Observation Wheel is now offering a chocolate tasting experience in addition to the regular, happy hour and yoga offerings.
The Chocolate Experience is a tasting of Ethel M Chocolates while riding the High Roller. Guests will learn about the origins of 5 different chocolates and how they were created. They are also paired with your choice of Red or White wine.
Tastings are available every Thursday from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., with the final experience of the night taking place at 8 p.m.
Admission is $52 per person
Private cabins are available. A maximum of 15 guests per cabin.
Tickets are available at the High Roller Box Office or online. To make a reservation or for more information, call 702.322.0593.
On Monday, I posted about my planning process for this trip. This is how it all turned out. Warning: This is a long narrative post.
Monday morning after only a few hours of sleep I headed to the airport. I got there at 5am for a 6:25am flight on Southwest. I almost missed the flight due to surprisingly long security lines. Continue reading 48 Hours in Vegas Trip Report
I enjoy going to Fremont Street, but I hate having to pay for parking and don’t want to be limited to just a few hours. I used to park at the Golden Nugget. Now I park at Main Street Station. You do have to pay when you park ($3 Sunday – Thursday; $5 Friday – Saturday), but you can park all day and get the fee refunded. Continue reading Downtown Parking Trick
LAX nightclub at the Luxor is becoming a bit more accessible to the regular crowd. It is now run by Luxor instead of Angel Management / Hakkasan, and has removed some of its booths to make way for a larger main dance floor. What I am really surprised to see, though, is they have put their bottle service menu (with prices) online. You can see it here. You can also go the the LAX website and click the Bottle Menu button on the right. The rates aren’t bad for bottle service; $395 for Grey Goose, $300 for Bacardi, $395 for Patron.
LAX is open Thursday, Friday and Saturday starting at 10:30p. The standard cover is $30 for men, $20 for women. That cover is waived for bottle service / table reservations.