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Romance Through Arizona | Sedona

Sedona lies about halfway between Phoenix and the Grand Canyon, making it the perfect place to stop on your trip. Known for its many art galleries, vineyards, and spa retreats, Sedona is also said to have a unique energy that attracted the earliest Native Americans and continues to amaze people today. You’ll know you’re approaching Sedona when you see the spectacular red rock formations that make the town one of the most beautiful and romantic spots in the country.


Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa

For an exquisitely comfortable stay, book a room at Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa. The Mediterranean style of the luxury rooms and suites gives way to views of Sedona’s sandstone formations right outside your window. The Wine & Dine package is the perfect way to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your loved one. Enjoy a two night stay in a deluxe room with a welcome package of fruit and sparkling water, a $100 dining credit to enjoy delicious comfort foods at REDS, and a wine tour to local wineries and tasting rooms with a fun picnic lunch.


Devil’s Bridge

The largest sandstone arch in the area, Devil’s Bridge can be reached via a hike on the Devil’s Bridge Trail. The hollowed-out arch makes this rock formation look like a bridge, and when you reach the top, you can walk all the way across! Bring your camera to take pictures of the great views along the entire hike.

grasshopperGrasshopper Point

Relax among the views of Oak Creek Canyon at Grasshopper Point Picnic Area. Enjoy a quiet lunch and splash around all afternoon at the swimming hole. End the day with a glass of wine and watch the sunset paint the rock formations red.


Trailhead Tea

For some refreshment after your outdoor adventures, head to Trailhead Tea to enjoy one of 130 types of teas from all over the world! Check out the daily samples and grab something to go from the “tea bar.” The friendly owners will help you decide which tea is right for you, so you can bring it home or buy it from their online store. 


Sedona Star Gazing

They say the starts are closer in Sedona because of its high altitude and low pollution. Sedona Star Gazing tours are perfect for a romantic night out together. With professional astronomers and equipment, you’ll see and learn about stars, constellations, planets, galaxies, and more! Plus, they supply chairs and blankets so you can cozy up under the night sky.


Verde Canyon Railroad

Located just outside of Sedona, Verde Canyon boasts some of the area’s most impressive views and is only accessible by train. Take the Verde Canyon Railroad, a four-hour trip through 20 miles of the canyon. At the depot, learn about the canyon you’re about to journey through and the history of the railroad. On board, passengers are served appetizers and champagne as they enjoy the views of the Coconino and Prescott National Forests from the rail car. Venture out into an open-air car to get a look at the wildlife of the canyon. Keep an eye out for the bald eagles that make their home in the canyon.


Romance Through Arizona | Phoenix

The desert landscapes of Arizona offer a uniquely beautiful spot for a romantic getaway. Gaze at the stars in the desert sky or explore the Southwestern sophistication of Phoenix. Nature hikes, unique museums, major-league sports, and delicious local eateries offer perfect-for-two activities. For a vacation you won’t forget, start in Phoenix and make your way up to the Grand Canyon!

arizonagrandresortArizona Grand Resort & Spa

Tucked into a wilderness preserve, the Arizona Grand Resort & Spa will immerse you in Arizona’s natural beauty. Stay in a spacious suite or villa specially designed to feel like a comfortable oasis. You and your special someone have a choice of six great restaurants. Enjoy a couple’s massage at the spa, play a round of golf, or spend an afternoon at the water park. Book the Romance Package for the ultimate escape and you’ll receive a free upgrade, a bottle of champagne or sparkling cider, chocolate covered strawberries, and a $50 credit for breakfast. You’ll feel relaxed, pampered, and ready to explore Phoenix.


Desert Botanical Garden

Walk together along any of five different trails that meander past trailside exhibits at Desert Botanical Garden. Explore the cactus and succulent gallery, exotic gardens, an Agave Yucca Forest, and much more. Pick one trail or do them all, and you’ll learn all about the Sonoran Desert.


Papago Park

Surrounding the Desert Botanical Garden (and the Phoenix Zoo!) is Papago Park. Take one of the many easy hikes for a fun afternoon. The park is full of sandstone buttes formed over six million years ago – don’t miss the famous Hole-in-the-Rock. Be sure to take a picture together to remember this timeless setting.


Sit Stay

After your hike, check out Sit Stay, a restaurant specializing in unique twists on the classic hot dog. They throw in add-ons like mac and cheese and substitute buns for naan and pretzel rolls. Try the Bear dog, which has your choice of wiener with peanut butter, smoked gouda, bacon, bbq sauce, and cracker jacks. If you’re feeling really adventurous, sample one of their distinctive cocktails or beer floats. The best part? All of their hot dogs are named after real dogs that the owners know.


Heard Museum

The Heard Museum houses American Indian art, artifacts, and history. The Heard works hard to present Native art and culture accurately, and partners with tribal communities and artists. See over 40,000 pieces of beadwork, fashion, pottery, textiles, and more from various tribes in the Arizona area. Catch the We Are! Arizona’s First People exhibit, which celebrates Native American culture and features all of the 22 tribal communities in Arizona.


 Glendale Chocolate Affaire

Driving north from Phoenix to visit Sedona, Flagstaff, or the Grand Canyon? It’s February and love is in the air! Take a detour and hit the Glendale Chocolate Affaire, an annual festival of romance and chocolate that takes place February 5-7, 2016. You’ll find chocolate makers from all over the country at this free event. Celebrate Valentine’s Day early with not-so-traditional confections including sweet potato fries with chocolate, fried Snickers, and to-die-for berry chocolate kabobs.

California on a Budget | Santa Barbara


Santa Barbara is a fabulous oceanfront city situated on the central California coast between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Mediterranean architecture reflects the city’s Spanish Colonial influences. Explore the lively downtown district, enjoy the beautiful beaches, and peruse the art galleries. The city is also widely known for its numerous urban wineries. But the gorgeous city doesn’t only cater to expensive tastes; there are countless activities that fit into any travelers’ budget.


Hotel Milo

The Hotel Milo is a chic, vibrant hotel that offers beautiful oceanfront accommodations. The Spanish Colonial architecture and natural beauty of the surrounding area create the perfect atmosphere for a relaxing vacation. Enjoy the open garden and courtyard with outdoor pools, cabanas, and a hot tub. It’s across the street from the beach and just a short walk away from downtown. Book the Wine Tasting Package to get a taste of Santa Barbara. The package includes a wine tour for two at four local urban wineries, a bottle of wine upon arrival, and complimentary breakfast.


Alice Keck Park Memorial Gardens

Surround yourself with tranquility and lush greenery at the Alice Keck Park Memorial Garden. It’s an excellent place to take in fresh air and soak in the beauty of nature. Stroll through the park and enjoy the gazebo, koi pond, and picnic areas. The botanical collection boasts over 75 different species of trees and plants. There’s a sensory area that features plants with unique scents and contrasting textures, allowing visitors with visual impairments to appreciate the garden. Bring a few pieces of bread because the central pond is full of ducks and turtles that love visitors!


Arroyo Burro Beach Park

Spend your day at Arroyo Burro Beach Park, known to locals as Hendry’s beach, and take advantage of Santa Barbara’s consistently sunny weather. It’s surrounded by beautiful cliffs and covered in soft sand. The pet-friendly beach is ideal for swimming, surfing, or just laying out on a blanket. The surrounding park area has BBQ grills, picnic areas, equestrian trails, and a snack bar. The entire park spans almost 7 acres! Keep your eye to the sky and you might spot hang gliders or paragliders launching from the nearby cliffs. Come towards the end of the day to watch the gorgeous sunset.


Santa Barbara Museum of Art

The Santa Barbara Museum of Art holds over 27,000 works that span over 5,000 years of human creativity. The diverse collection is comprised of pieces from numerous Asian, European, and American artists. Peruse paintings, photographs, antiquities, sculptures, and so much more. The museum brings world-renowned exhibitions to Santa Barbara and holds the most Monet paintings on the west coast! They also hold events, art talks, and educational programs throughout the year. One exhibition we suggest is Looking In, Looking Out: Latin American Photography. Talented Latin American photographers share a glimpse of the life in their native regions. Admission to the entire museum is free through April 16, 2016.


Inspiration Point

Inspiration Point is a small summit that provides unparalleled views of Santa Barbara, the Channel Islands, and the Pacific Ocean. You’ll find plenty of locals walking, running, or biking on the surrounding roads. The hike is mostly uphill and less than 2 miles from start to finish. It begins at Tunnel Trail and reaches an elevation of 800 feet. There are plenty of rocks at the peak that you can sit on while you marvel at the beauty of the landscape.



Downtown Santa Barbara is a vibrant historic art district. It’s home to various shops, restaurants, galleries, and entertainment venues. Wander through the neighborhood and appreciate the outdoor courtyards, beautiful plazas, and brick-lined sidewalks. The colorful Mediterranean architecture is truly stunning. Public parking is free for the first 75 minutes. It’s a great place to enjoy a simple afternoon walk or have a seat and watch the crowds of people go by. There are also numerous events held in the downtown area each month. Many of them are free and showcase local talent. Stop by Fuzion Gallery and see the Paint & Metal exhibit which features mixed media, large-scale metal works by local artist RUSO. Check out the full event calendar online.


California on a Budget | Los Angeles


Los Angeles, the city of angels, is a California icon best known as the hub of the film and television industries. It’s home to the famous Hollywood sign, the Walk of Fame, and many high-end shops and restaurants. The sprawling metropolis is a mecca of culture, business, and entertainment. Don’t be fooled by the sparkling façade, because a visit to Los Angeles doesn’t have to cost you a fortune. We’ve put together a list of things to see and do that don’t cost a pretty penny.


Miyako Hotel

Surround yourself with elegance and hospitality at the Miyako Hotel. The chic, minimalist design brings the style of Japan to the heart of downtown Los Angeles. The Japanese term miyako translates to “a flourishing center of business and entertainment.” The property lives up to its name. It’s located within walking distance to the Civic Center, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Japanese American National Museum, and the Museum of Contemporary Art. Each guest room is beautifully appointed, and children under 12 stay free! Book the Miyako Getaway Package and receive a free executive room upgrade and complimentary breakfast!


The Broad

The Broad is Los Angeles’ newest contemporary art museum. The stunning 120,000-square-foot, $140-million building features two levels of gallery space and is home to a collection of 2,000 works of art. The Broad features contemporary art from the 1950s and operates a lending program to museums and galleries across the globe. The museum also hosts public programs that help foster education and appreciation for the art of our time. Don’t miss one of their inaugural installations: Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrored Room. It’s a mirror-lined room containing a dazzling LED display that reflects infinitely, creating the illusion of endless lights. Best of all, general admission is completely free! Advanced online reservations are available online.


Wisdom Tree Hike

Climb to the top of Cahuenga Peak and find the mysterious Wisdom Tree. The mountain is located just west of the Hollywood sign and reaches an elevation of 872 feet. It’s a rugged, steep trail that rewards you with boundless views of Hollywood and downtown LA. When you get to the top, there’s a lone tree overlooking the city known as the Wisdom Tree. It’s believed to be the only tree left standing after the Hollywood hills fire in 2007. Next to the tree you’ll find an original ammunition box containing notes and souvenirs from past visitors.


Eastside Music Crawl

Experience the booming nightlife and live music scene in East Hollywood. An exciting night out doesn’t have to break the bank! On Mondays, many venues offer free admission and showcase incredible local talent. Our favorites are The Echo, Satellite, and Bootleg Theater. Each location is within walking distance or just a short drive away. Stop by each of them to discover up-and-coming musical acts.


The Last Bookstore

The Last Bookstore is every book lover’s dream. It’s currently the largest new and used book and record store in California, and it all began in a downtown Los Angeles loft. The bookstore now occupies a 20,000 sq. ft. space in the Spring Arts Tower. It’s been named one of the “20 Most Beautiful Bookstores in the World” by Flavorwire and the “Best Bookstore in Downtown LA” by LA Weekly and The Downtown News. The multilevel space is full of local art that creates a one-of-a-kind shopping experience. There’s even a dedicated section full of $1 books! Feel free to sell, trade, or donate your unwanted books and records. 


Griffith Observatory

The Griffith Observatory is a monument to public astronomy, offering telescopes, exhibits, and live shows. It’s been a Los Angeles icon since 1935 and is one of the most popular attractions in Southern California. Admission and parking are always free. Check out the calendar for events held at the observatory throughout the year. Head to the top for amazing views of Los Angeles and the Hollywood sign!


California on a Budget | San Diego


San Diego is often referred to as “America’s Finest City.” With pristine beaches, one of the largest zoos in the world, and beautiful sunny weather year-round, it’s not an exaggerated description. San Diego truly embodies the classic Southern California culture. But a great San Diego vacation is so much more than an expensive hotel and a trip to the beach. The city is full of incredible art, picturesque scenery, and a booming culinary scene. There are plenty of things to see and do in San Diego that are extremely budget friendly. Take a look at these suggestions; your wallet will thank you!


Sofia Hotel

You’ll be right next to the excitement of the Gaslamp Quarter when you stay at the Sofia Hotel. This boutique hotel is set in an ornate gothic revival building that dates back to 1926. It’s the perfect combination of historic elegance and modern luxury. The well-appointed guest rooms feature flat screen TVs, mini fridges, microwaves, and complimentary Wi-Fi. The property is also pet friendly and completely smoke-free. Book the San Diego Zoo package to experience one of the largest zoos in the world! You’ll receive deluxe accommodations and two tickets to the San Diego Zoo.


Tacos El Gordo

Skip the fancy white tablecloth and head south. Tacos El Gordo is a family owned and operated company that has been in service for over 40 years. The San Diego location first opened in 1998, and since then they’ve become widely known for their dedication to quality and authentic flavor. The menu is simple and consists of traditional tacos, quesadillas, and various preparations of meat cooked to perfection. The line to order can get long, but it’s worth the wait! Order a few of their adobada tacos made with marinated spicy pork, cilantro, onions, and their signature cream sauce.


Chicano Park

Visit Barrio Logan to see the murals scattered throughout Chicano Park. Chicano Park spans almost 8 acres and showcases San Diego’s diverse Latin roots. The astounding works of art give you a glimpse into the unique history of the city. Mexican-Americans first settled in the area as early as the 1890s!


Mt. Woodson Trail

Gear up and climb the scenic Mount Woodson Trail. It begins at Lake Poway and takes you through a challenging route that reaches an elevation of over 2,000 feet. It’s a challenging hike, but you’ll come across extraordinary landscapes as you make your way to the summit. Find the infamous “potato chip rock” before you reach the peak. Be sure to snap a picture! It’s a dramatic rock formation you won’t find anywhere else. Once you reach the top, you’re rewarded with panoramic views from Lake Poway all the way across the city.


Spruce Street Suspension Bridge

The Spruce Street Suspension Bridge is a historical site located in the Banker’s Hill neighborhood near downtown San Diego. The pedestrian bridge is a hidden gem that was built back in 1912. It spans 375 feet long and hangs almost 70 feet above the ground. Be extra cautious if you’re afraid of heights! The bridge tends to wobble and sway towards the middle. Make your way across and you’ll find several “love locks” adorning the railings. Take in the beautiful scenery and hike down to explore the canyon below.


Cabrillo National Park

Explore Cabrillo National Park to learn about San Diego’s cultural and historic past. The national monument commemorates Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, the first European to set foot on the West Coast back in 1542. The plaza around the monument offers scenic views that stretch all the way down to Mexico. The park is also home to the Old Point Loma Lighthouse, an original structure that’s been restored and is now open to the public. Head south from the lighthouse and you’ll find the whale watch lookout. Keep your eye on the water; January and February are peak months for whale watching!


California on a Budget | San Francisco


San Francisco is one of the most recognizable cities on the West Coast. It’s known for foggy weather, the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, and a bustling city full of cable cars and Victorian architecture. In addition to popular tourist attractions, the city has a culture and charm that’s one of a kind. There are plenty diverse neighborhoods and countless hidden gems to explore. Spending a day in one of the tourist capitals of California can be pretty pricey, so check out some of these spots to experience the incredible city without breaking the bank!


Hotel Bijou

Stay at the Hotel Bijou, a cinema-inspired property set inside a historic building just steps away from Union Square. The modern design and movie-themed guest rooms create a hotel experience that’s truly unique to San Francisco. Amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi and an in-house theatre that plays a nightly double feature. You’re within walking distance to countless shops, restaurants, galleries, and the Powell St. BART station. Save money when you book the Get Up and Go Shopping Package! It includes a $25 Macy’s gift card, discounts and shopping guides for the Westfield San Francisco Centre, and complimentary bottles of water to take with you.


Bi-Rite Creamery

Visitors and locals alike form a line down the block for homemade organic ice cream from Bi-Rite Creamery. The shop opened in 2006, and since then they’ve created ice cream, soft serve, and baked goods by hand. Local, seasonal ingredients play an important role in the unique flavors. The in-house bakery serves everything from brownies and peanut brittle to granola and breads. Our favorite ice cream flavor is “Ricanelas.” It’s a rich cinnamon base with snicker doodle cookies mixed in! Stop in for a scoop and you can taste the level of quality and care that goes into each product.


Mission Dolores Park

Enjoy your Bi-Rite ice cream cone at Mission Dolores Park. The park spans 16 acres and features lush lawns, shady palm trees, a soccer field, tennis courts, a basketball court, playground, and more! Locals flock to the park to walk their dogs, lay out on the grass, have a picnic, and take in sweeping views of the city from the top of the hill. Bring a blanket and spend your afternoon people watching! The diverse crowd is reflective of the city’s culture.


Land’s End

Escape the hectic rush of the city, enjoy a scenic hike, and take in the gorgeous sunset. Explore Land’s End, a windy trail at the northwestern end of the city that offers breathtaking scenery and stunning views of the ocean. You’ll find hillsides covered in cypress and wildflowers, old shipwrecks, hidden beaches, and the remains of Sutro Baths. Stop by the new visitor’s center to learn about the history of the area and pick up a map before you begin your adventure!


Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks is near the geographic center of San Francisco and is known as one of the best viewing points in the area. The summit reaches an elevation of 922 feet, making it the second-highest point in the city. Drive up to the north peak parking lot and enjoy 180-degree views of San Francisco. Make sure to dress in layers to protect yourself from the wind and notorious city fog!


Off The Grid

End your day at Off The Grid, an outdoor gathering of food trucks that provides a remarkable culinary and community experience. They operate on a weekly basis in cities all over the Bay Area, including the original location at Fort Mason Center. Discover eclectic cuisine from all over the world, browse merchandise from local businesses, and enjoy live music! Since it began in 2010, it’s grown to be a quintessential San Franciscan activity.

A Dynamic Downtown District | Las Vegas

The city of Las Vegas has so much character and culture that is often overshadowed by the excitement of the strip. Head over to Fremont Street, a lively district in historic downtown Las Vegas, for an experience unlike any other! From iconic casinos and unique restaurants to shopping and entertainment, there’s something for everyone to enjoy! Here are a few of our favorite things to do in Downtown Las Vegas.


Downtown Grand

Stay at the Downtown Grand, the latest addition to the historic Fremont district. The well-appointed rooms feature contemporary décor and modern amenities. It’s just steps away from local attractions, and is home to several unique restaurants and bars. Head up to the deck and dive into the only rooftop infinity pool in the downtown area! Book the Best Big Pool Package and enjoy complimentary beverages at the pool deck.


Viva Vision Lightshows

The Fremont Street Experience is not complete without a free Viva Vision Lightshow! The Viva Vision canopy is the largest video screen in the nation. It’s a 1,500-foot display powered by 12 million LED modules, suspended 90 feet above the pedestrian mall. The light shows run every hour and feature different musical artists every month. View the calendar online.


Slotzilla Zipline

SlotZilla, a massive, 12-story slot machine in the heart of downtown Las Vegas, is a thrilling zip line attraction! Fly from the top and zoom 1,750 feet, right over the Fremont Street Experience! Flyers travel up to 40 miles per hour and get to see the downtown district from a completely new perspective.


Mob Museum

Meet the usual suspects at The Mob Museum, presenting an authentic view of organized crime and its impact on Las Vegas history and American culture. Experience the real stories and actual events through interactive exhibits. The multi-level museum takes you from the birth of the mob to organized crime, law enforcement, and key players in history. Purchase your tickets online today!


Downtown Container Park

The Downtown Container Park is an open-air shopping center in the heart of Las Vegas. Constructed from stacked shipping containers, it’s full of boutique shops, unique restaurants, live entertainment, and extraordinary art pieces! Kids will love the interactive playground, which boasts a 30-foot slide and dedicated water area. Make sure you take a photo with the giant, fire breathing praying mantis by the entrance!


Neon Museum

The Neon Museum collects, preserves, and exhibits iconic Las Vegas signs from years past. The famous outdoor exhibition known as the Neon Boneyard puts Las Vegas’ dazzling history on display. Stroll through the grounds and you’ll see world-famous signs from Caesar’s Palace, Stardust, the Golden Nugget, and more! Take a guided tour to learn all about the massive collection!

The Ultimate Nightlife Experience | Las Vegas

Las Vegas is known around the globe for its extravagant nightlife. The buzzing energy, nonstop entertainment, dazzling lights, and exciting atmosphere truly make it one of the party capitals of the world! Whether it’s a celebration or just a group of friends going out on the town, there are festivities every night. Here are a few of places you don’t want to miss on your next night out on the strip. So go ahead and let loose – because what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas! 



Stay at the Wynn Las Vegas and be in the center of the nightlife scene! The property is home to two of the hottest nightclubs on the strip – Surrender and XS. Relax in a Wynn Dream Bed, recognized as one of the most comfortable in the city, before you head out for a night on the strip! Book the Tower Suite Experience package for ultimate luxury. You’ll receive deluxe suite accommodations, an exclusive tower entrance, daily breakfast service, and more!


Fat Tuesday

Keep the party going all day long at Fat Tuesday, home of the New Orleans original daiquiri! Their frozen drinks feature mouth-watering flavors like Peaches & Cream or Amaretto Pineapple, and they’re known for crazy concoctions like the “44 Magnum” – a potent mix of everclear, 151 rum, and tropical fruit juices! Feeling adventurous? You can order massive servings up to 100 ounces! There are multiple locations on the strip. Hold on to your souvenir cup and you’ll receive a discounted refill on your next visit!


Sage at ARIA

Start your night at Sage Restaurant, located in the ARIA Hotel. The menu focuses on contemporary American cuisine spiced with global influences, created by critically acclaimed chef Shawn McClain. Expert mixologists are behind the bar crafting delicious cocktails, and they also offer 10 varieties of absinthe! The upscale, yet comfortable atmosphere sets the perfect vibe for a Las Vegas night.


Ghost Bar

Ghost Bar is a stylish, sensual ultra lounge located on the 55th floor of the Palms Casino Resort. The sophisticated cocktail room is decked out in chic décor, complete with 14-foot floor-to-ceiling windows. The outdoor patio offers incredible views of the strip, and there’s even a glass floor to look down at the lights below!



Omnia, Las Vegas’ newest night club, is a revolution in the nightlife industry. Located in Caesar’s Palace, the 75,000 square foot, multi-level venue has been voted “Best Visual Extravagana” as well as “Best New Nightclub”. The main room boasts an expansive dance floor under a massive LED chandelier that rotates and descends from above. World-class DJs, an outstanding sound system, and extravagant architecture make this a party you can’t afford to miss.

An Oasis of Luxury and Relaxation | Las Vegas

When most people picture a weekend in Las Vegas, they think of bright lights and over the top parties. But the bustling city is more than just oversized hotels and packed casinos – it’s also the perfect place to escape to when you need some R&R. There are luxurious spas, indulgent restaurants, and so many other ways to relax, unwind, and treat yourself! Here are a few of our favorite places that are guaranteed to melt your stress away.


Sahra Spa & Hammam

Located in the Cosmopolitan Hotel, the Sahra Spa & Hammam is truly an oasis of rejuvenation in the center of the strip. The atmosphere mirrors the depth and beauty of the desert, featuring natural walls and silver ceilings. The hammam experience includes body detoxification, steam treatments, a cooling bath, and more. The Sahra Hammam is a unique combination of heat and renewal.

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The Bacchanal Buffet at Caesar’s Palace is a culinary revolution. It’s anything from your average all-you-can-eat restaurant, featuring upscale food presentations and a sophisticated dining room. It’s been voted Best Buffet in Las Vegas multiple times by “USA Today”, and it’s no surprise why. They offer over 500 various dishes from all over the world and up to 15 daily chef’s specials that rotate seasonally. Stop in for brunch on the weekends and enjoy free flowing champagne!

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Hexx Chocolate & Confexxions is a candy store for grown ups and paradise for all chocoholics! The artisan retailer creates its signature chocolate with only two ingredients: cacao beans and organic palm sugar. They host daily free tours that give you an inside look at the their process behind their handmade confections. Stop in and browse their collection of hand crafted chocolate, candy, ice cream, and unique gifts. Visit their café and indulge in an assortment of create-your-own ice cream sandwiches!


107 Lounge

Visit the iconic Stratosphere Hotel and take the elevator up a hundred stories to find 107 Lounge. It’s an “intimate playground in the sky” boasting floor-to-ceiling windows and sweeping views of the city! Sample appetizers prepared by award winning chefs and sip creative specialty cocktails as you relax and enjoy the sunset. Don’t miss half-price plates and 2-for-1 cocktails during their daily happy hour!


Aria Spa After Dark

After a long day out, find sanctuary at the Spa & Salon at ARIA. The aji stone walls and a tranquil water garden will quickly evaporate your worries. Explore their various treatments, including Japanese Stone Beds, a Shio salt room, fireside lounge, and a balcony-level infinity pool overlooking the strip. After the sun sets, you can experience ARIA After Dark – a two-hour private retreat that includes luxurious treatments for you and a guest. It’s the ultimate spa experience and is available exclusively to M Life members.

A Spark of Romance in Sin City | Las Vegas

Though it’s commonly known as the City of Sin, Las Vegas is a great destination if you’re looking for a romantic vacation. The various hotels, restaurants, and activities are perfect for entertaining a date. We’ve created a list of things to do to spark a bit of romance during your next Vegas trip!


The Venetian

Elegant Italian architecture and a sophisticated ambience make the Venetian Hotel & Casino the ultimate romantic getaway. There are countless delicious restaurants and even small bistros serving gourmet meats, cheeses, and gelato! The casino floor is separate from the rest of the hotel, so you’re guaranteed a quiet atmosphere during your stay. The famous gondola ride through the Grand Canal is one of the most popular attractions for couples in all of Las Vegas! Book the Romance Getaway Package for a truly unforgettable experience – a deluxe suite, breakfast delivered to your room, pre-fixe dinner for two, and a private gondola ride!


Hot Air Balloon Ride

See Las Vegas like you’ve never seen it before when you get carried away in a Hot Air Balloon Adventure! Vegas Balloon Rides lets you enjoy a bird’s eye view of the strip and the surrounding Red Rock Mountains. Spend a peaceful hour with your loved one and celebrate with a champagne toast following your flight.


Red Rock Canyon

The picturesque Red Rock Canyon is full of natural beauty and an excellent setting for a quiet getaway. It’s just a few miles west of Las Vegas and spans for over 195,000 acres! Go on a hike and explore the trails, pack a picnic lunch, and take in the amazing scenery. The vivid landscape is truly one of a kind.


Hugo’s Cellar

Dine at Hugo’s Cellar, an elegant restaurant located in the Four Queens Hotel in Downtown Las Vegas. The Review Journal voted it as “Best Gourmet Room” in Las Vegas 5 years in a row! They offer upscale American fare with fresh ingredients and tableside salad service. The atmosphere is intimate, the service unparalleled, and every woman is greeted with a long stemmed rose! It’s the perfect setting for a date night meal.


Eiffel Tower Experience

The Eiffel Tower Experience at the Paris Las Vegas hotel truly takes romance to another level. Centrally located in the heart of the Las Vegas strip, the tower provides stunning views from nearly 50 stories above the ground. The 460-foot observation deck has even become a popular location for weddings! Gaze upon the dazzling Las Vegas lights and make sure you catch the fountains at the Bellagio.


Foundation Room

End your night at the Foundation Room, a chic ultra-lounge located high above the towers of Mandalay Bay. Sip and socialize in style! The elegant ambience and amazing views of the strip are unmatched. The room consists of a gorgeous common lounge as well as seven secluded chambers. Be sure to dress to impress – the dress code is strictly enforced!