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Las Vegas is such an exciting and engaging city, it's hard to resist wanting to own a piece of it. Most of the action is on the Strip, where luxury, style and convenience are found in towering high-rise condos.
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.
When the clock strikes midnight on December 31, where will you be? Forget ball drops, weak champagne and shoulder-to-shoulder crowds. You deserve an unforgettable night in a city built for celebration. When you charter a private jet to Las Vegas, your New Year's Eve could include fireworks, five-star cuisine, neon lights for miles, A-list entertainment, and more. We've put together a list of some of the most amazing ways to ring in 2017 - Sin City style. These exclusive experiences are worth every penny, whether you hope to smooch that special someone or ring in a fresh start with a dozen of your closest friends. Book your private jet to Las Vegas soon, so you can be part of the select few that get to start the new year in the lap of luxury.
In less than a week, the Park Theater will officially open its doors for the first time at the Monte Carlo resort, as Stevie Nicks and the Pretenders hit the stage for a classic rock double-bill on December 17. However, the newest concert venue in Las Vegas is already getting plenty of attention for a high-tech array of features.
The Park Theater can generally hold 5,200 people, although that number can go up or down, depending on the seating configuration. However, every seat will have strong sightlines and crystal clear sound. In fact, the back row is only about 147 feet away from the stage, making even the worst seat in the house a great one. Everyone will be able to hear every note of music perfectly, as the sound system by L'Acoustics was specially designed and tuned for the theater.
The original Iron Chef has finally made his way to Las Vegas. Masaharu Morimoto recently opened his latest restaurant at the MGM Grand. The project has been years in the making and was originally slated for the Mirage. But plans changed and the restaurant -- dubbed Morimoto Las Vegas -- was relocated. Fortunately, the delay has been worth the wait.
Every city has its own story to tell. From the moment you step off of your Las Vegas private jet, you will instantly notice each one's unique atmosphere. Looking for some fun and interesting cities to visit via private jet? You can’t go wrong with any of these options.
An iconic hotel brand has finally come to Las Vegas. The W Las Vegas will take over the Lux Tower of the SLS Las Vegas at the south end of the Strip. Final construction on the project is just beginning to wrap up with an opening date set for December.
The perks are clear from the moment you arrive. Instead of a lobby, guests enter a "living room" area -- with three check-in pods, a front desk and luggage area. There's even a DJ booth. Decorations and lights are based on the iconic elements of Las Vegas -- including a "neon garden" -- and change from day to night. Convenience is the priority -- with just 57 feet between the front desk and the elevators.
Taking a Las Vegas private jet to the most prestigious “high roller” city in the world and then failing to indulge in at least some of its more elite adventures would be like pulling up a chair at one of the Strip’s famed steakhouses – and then ordering a chef's salad.
You want to do it right. So top off your journey via Las Vegas private jet with some of these select attractions – even if they cost a few extra dollars.