Las Vegas truly has something for everyone, fashionistas and foodies alike. I'm surprised we don't head out to Vegas more -- it's only a one-hour flight!
We had such a great weekend in town that I wanted to share our itinerary with you all. While the full Vegas guide is still in the works, consider this a little sneak peek of what's to come:
After arriving, we dropped everything off at our suite at Bellagio. Neither of us had stayed here before, so we wanted to give it a try. After all, it is a pretty iconic hotel. Overall, I wasn't impressed with the room or service, though the view was pretty epic. I'd have rather taken a room at the other hotels we've stayed at, such as Wynn or The Ventitian.
We headed over to The Cosmopolitan for lunch at Estiatorio Milos, which we'd heard was noteworthy. There was more than enough food that left us so stuffed, and we spent the next few hours wandering and getting lost in the maze of hotels.
We ventured off The Strip for dinner at Eatt and dessert at Sweets Raku. Read more about that here.
We woke up early to get in line for breakfast at Eggslut. The food was delicious -- I wish I could eat this every day.
We spent the afternoon horseback riding through the desert. Read more about that here.
To kill time before dinner, Samuel and I walked around The Strip, ducking in and out of casinos. We were able to visit the flamingo display at The Flamingo. It was underwhelming, but the birds were adorable!
My parents flew in to join us for dinner at Le Cirque. Our food was decent -- there was plenty of room for improvement -- and the desserts were lackluster.
We had brunch at Julian Serrano Tapas. If I were to redo one thing from our trip, it would be to choose a different brunch place.
We booked a trapeze class after seeing a few Cirque Du Soleil shows over the years. Good thing we went with a private lesson because I was a hot mess! Now we are even more impressed with all the acrobatic and trapeze elements of the show!
Samuel surprised me with dinner at Eiffel Tower Restaurant. We missed out on the restaurant in the Eiffel Tower in Paris, so this'll do for now. They had a range of fish dishes and soufflés that were phenomenal. You can't beat dinner with a view!
We grabbed breakfast again at Eggslut-- it was too good!
Our suitcases all packed up, we walked around one last time before we find ourselves here again. See you soon, Vegas!
This was, no doubt, my favorite trip to Vegas ever. I think we planned the perfect amount of activities leaving just enough with room for exploring and resting.