Viva Las Vegas! The ultimate guide to the new restaurants, rides and rooftop bars bringing the swagger back to Sin City in 2022
- Last year saw the opening of the ‘mammoth’ Resorts World, the first new casino on the Strip in a decade
- Hit the spa at the newly renovated Nobu Hotel Las Vegas, which offers a peaceful – and chic – retreat in the city
- Try the decadent cocktails at Vanderpump a Paris or go celebrity-spotting at the Delilah at Wynn Las Vegas
Nothing quite prepares you for the first surreal sight of the Las Vegas Strip.
An Egyptian pyramid towers over the Statue of Liberty, just across the road from a turreted medieval castle surrounded by enormous billboards. Six busy lanes of traffic pass a glittering Eiffel Tower, Roman Coliseum and Venice’s Grand Canal, complete with opera-singing gondoliers.
It’s no wonder this jaw-dropping four-mile stretch of road attracted over 32million visitors in 2021, despite the global pandemic.
In the wake of the pandemic, Las Vegas is back with a bang, bursting with new hotels, restaurants and experiences to lure even the most dedicated gambler away from the roulette table
Though 2020 saw the casinos fall dark for the first time since the assassination of President Kennedy in 1963, Sin City is now back with a bang, bursting with new hotels, restaurants and experiences to lure even the most dedicated gambler away from the roulette table.
The first new casino on the Strip in a decade, Resorts World is a mammoth complex right in the heart of the action
At Resorts World, don’t miss the zingy Latin cuisine at Viva! Restaurant, then channel your inner Frank Sinatra by booking a private karaoke room at Redtail. Above is one of the hotel’s suites
Resorts World has a 5,000-seat theatre, a nightclub, Liberace’s piano on display and more than 40 food and drink outlets – such as the lobby bar, pictured
Two of the biggest new names on the Strip are Resorts World and Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, which both opened last year. The first new casino on the Strip in a decade, Resorts World is a mammoth complex right in the heart of the action, with a 5,000-seat theatre, a nightclub, Liberace’s piano on display and more than 40 food and drink outlets.
Virgin Hotels attracts a younger, hipper crowd who flock to preen at the music venues, coffee shop and Kassi Beach House, where bikinis, bottomless rose and beats from the resident DJ make the weekend brunch a must-do.
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