It's 633 miles from Las Vegas to Aspen, Colorado. But with a Las Vegas private jet, a weekend at one of the world's premiere ski resorts is only a short flight away.
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A few days have opened on your calendar, and now your wanderlust is eager to fill them with a first-class trip to a vibrant city. You could book a Las Vegas jet charter to New York City or Los Angeles, but you may want to try someplace new that you haven't considered before.
We're less than a week away from Super Bowl LI between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons. Aside from actually having a seat inside Houston's NRG Stadium where the game will take place Sunday, it's hard to find a better place to watch it than in Las Vegas. Not only can you place a bet at the sports books, you can also catch the action at many top bars and restaurants on the Strip.
When you talk about how you prefer to travel by Las Vegas private jet in the lap of luxury, people may not understand you prefer to travel with your pet sitting in your lap too. Cirrus Aviation not only welcomes pets and their owners, we steer them towards some of the most pet-friendly hotels in the United States. Alphabetized by city, these first class hotels do more than open their rooms to pets. They offer signature amenities that would make any dog roll over.
One of the top DJs in the world made a splash in Las Vegas while debuting his new residency at Caesars Palace. Kaskade arrived near the front entrance of the resort by helicopter before taking the stage at Omnia nightclub. The event helped kick off a string of shows by the DJ that are scheduled to last throughout 2017 and possibly beyond.
A good honky tonk is hard to find in Las Vegas. That's why country star John Rich is bringing Redneck Riviera to the Grand Bazaar Shops in front of Bally's hotel and casino. The bar follows a "work hard, play hard" theme according to the guitar player and singer, who is one half of the country music duo Big & Rich. He recently gave a tour of the venue as construction was wrapping up.
Redneck Riviera features a large open-air room with a stage in the corner for live music seven days a week, starting as early as 11 a.m. Rich says he personally designed the sound system and hopes to feature name acts as well as up-and-comers. Performers can audition by applying online through Redneck Riviera's Facebook page. The venue is looking for acts who play everything from current music to the likes of Merle Haggard and Lynyrd Skynyrd