PRVEGAS) November 9, 2005 -- Las Vegas offers a multitude of once-in-a-lifetime experiences, including the hottest gourmet restaurants by celebrity chefs including Bobby Flay, Hubert Keller, Rick Moonen and Daniel Boulud, as well as unparalleled headliners and productions year-round such as "MAMMA MIA!" at Mandalay Bay, "Jubilee!" at Bally's and Celine Dion's "A New Day ... " and Elton John's "The Red Piano," both at Caesars Palace's Colosseum. Shopping has also made its name in Las Vegas with venues such as The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian, Fashion Show, Forum Shops at Caesars and Mandalay Place.
Once buffets could be found for just $3.99 all you can eat now it’s $25.95 for a dinner buffet at Bellagio or $15.99 at the Las Vegas Hilton. The dinner buffet at Wynn will run $27.95 or Saturday and Sunday includes champagne at $29.95 says http://www.vegasbuffets.com an online directory of all the buffets.
There are still Vegas Travel Deals such as one posted on http://www.vegasbookmarks.com boasting $99 4 days/3 nights hotel, 4 show tickets, 4 buffets and $500 casino play and a fun pack worth over $1000 in discount coupons.
Cirque Du Soleil show such as La Reve, "O", Mystere, KA or Zumanity all found at http://www.vegascirqueshows.com have become popular attractions for the tourists as must see shows.
Las Vegas continues to reinvent itself year after year as the top vacation destination for entertainment, gambling, food, shopping or nightlife at one of the top clubs in the world. It is not unusual to find local, Dennis Rodman or Paris Hilton or any number of celebrities partying the night away in Vegas at one of the many night clubs or ultra lounges around town.
Las Vegas is changing but it only gets better and better, Las Vegas is still the entertainment capital of the world. If you haven’t been to Vegas lately, you haven’t been to Vegas.
Visit http://www.vegasbookmarks.com for show information or to book a hotel room for your next Las Vegas experience.