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Which Vegas Experience Fits Your Persona?

People Having Las Vegas Experience in Front of Welcome Sign

 

When you come to Vegas, who are you? The gambler, partier, or someone else? No matter what your persona is, Sin City has something to offer for everyone. Find out the top destinations to go to for a Vegas experience that fits your persona!

 

Vegas Persona: The Gambler

 

You’re in love with the Las Vegas lifestyle full of high stakes, cash winnings, and endless casino games, which means your Vegas persona is the gambler. As a person who loves to beat the odds and practice your table game skills, Vegas is your home away from home. To make your trip one you’ll never forget, dress in your best and visit these popular casinos.

 

Circa Resort

If you’re a fan of sports and gambling, you’re going to have the time of your life at Circa Resort in Downtown Las Vegas. With the largest sportsbook in Vegas, so big that a casino was built around it, Circa Sports is your go-to destination for sports betting. Explore three stories of this epic sportsbook showcasing all of your favorite sports and watch them on the biggest screen in history!

On top of sports betting at Circa Sports, Circa offers 1,350 slot machines, 55 table games, and 2 whole levels of a state-of-the-art casino to explore. Indulge in some craftily-made cocktails while betting in style. To make it even sweeter, you can sign up for the Club One player’s club to get rewarded for your skills on the casino floor.

 

Bellagio

The Bellagio isn’t just famous for its fountain show. Walk inside the casino and immerse yourself in a gambling experience marked by class, elegance, and best of all, poker. With 40 tables, a good mix of limit and no limit Hold ‘Em, and excellent service, the Bellagio is a haven for Vegas gamblers. 

 

Golden Nugget

Pay tribute to one of downtown Vegas’ most iconic casinos, The Golden Nugget, and enjoy a diverse mix of table games. This spot is also known for pilot games that often show up on the main gaming floor, giving you the chance to try out the casino’s newest and most exciting games before they’re permanently added. If you get tired of the scenery, rendezvous outside at their pool area where you can game and soak up the view.

 

Friends Having Drinks in Las Vegas

 

Vegas Persona: The Partier

 

Lots of people come to Vegas for the booze, beats, and bars – and you’re one of them. Whether it’s a wet n’ wild pool party or a club full of dancing crowds, you crave any atmosphere with high energy vibes. Live out your wildest Vegas experience by hitting up these top spots on the Strip.

 

Marquee

Want to party all day and night? Marquee at Cosmopolitan has you covered with a dayclub atmosphere when the sun is up and a moonlit club as soon as the stars come out. Three distinctive rooms and a pool deck make up the massive venue leaving lots of room for dancing, swimming, and lounging when you need a party break. 

 

XS

Don’t be fooled by the name of this club. XS at Encore takes the Vegas experience to the extreme with its indoor/outdoor venue. A rotating DJ booth is the stage for big artists like The Chainsmokers and Drake, rotating its way to face crowds outside at Nightswim – yes, there’s a pool too – and clubbers getting bottle service inside the venue.

 

Tao

If you want a dark and dramatic nightclub experience, Tao is the perfect place to start. This club operates above an Asian fine dining restaurant at the Venetian and definitely uses that theme as inspiration for the space. Bathtubs filled with rose petals line the entryway and multiple DJ rooms decorated with Asian decor give you the chance to pick your vibe for the night. 

 

Chef Garnishing Dish at Las Vegas Restaurant

 

Vegas Persona: The Food Critic

 

When you come to Las Vegas, you expect world-class food and celebrity chef restaurants to wow your palette like never before. Tourist spots and restaurant food chains are a no-go in your book, but a unique Vegas experience stuffed with creative dishes and quality ingredients make your mouth water. Satisfy your standards as a food critic by making a reservation or stopping in at these delectable restaurants.

 

Dining at Circa

The opening of Circa Las Vegas means the opening of a number of incredible restaurants run by top chefs. No matter what your palette is craving, there is something for every food critic out there. Want to be wined and dined? Make a reservation at Barry’s Downtown Prime for the finest steaks and seafood, creative cocktails, and outstanding service. Or perhaps you want some Asian fusion? Head to 8 East for Chef Dan Coughlin’s cutting-edge take on Pan-Asian cuisine.

 

If classic and simple (but still delicious) is more your style, Circa Resort has that, too. Quality ingredients and expert techniques can be found in the sandwiches at Saginaw’s Delicatessen, the burgers and wings at Victory Burger, and the Carolina-style barbecue at Project BBQ.

 

Andiamo Steakhouse

Downtown Las Vegas is also known as Old Vegas, which is what gives Andiamo Steakhouse that true Vegas vibe. With ambiance fit for the Rat Pack, high-quality ingredients, meats from the nation’s top butchers, and irresistible Italian flavors, this Las Vegas steakhouse is a must for anyone who considers themselves a foodie. Don’t pass up on the 32oz tomahawk or the decadent lobster ravioli! Andiamo also offers an extensive wine list so you can have the perfect pairing with your meal.

 

Wing Lei

Wing Lei at The Wynn was the first Chinese restaurant in the U.S. to be awarded a Michelin star, so you don’t want to miss out on the chance to understand why. An ornate dining room with bright white, jade, and gold colors set the stage for an elevated Vegas experience. An entire Imperial Peking Duck tasting menu, live seafood, and dim sum are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to dishes that will leave you speechless.

 

Picasso

For a taste of delicious food and stunning art, sit down at Picasso within the Bellagio. Just as the name suggests, this restaurant is home to original Picasso paintings. As if that weren’t reason enough to visit, the French cuisine served here has earned two Michelin stars. Seasonal truffles and Spanish wines make for a one-of-a-kind meal that will undoubtedly meet your food critic standards.

 

Man and Woman Getting Relaxing Massage in Vegas

 

Vegas Persona: The Relaxation Seeker

 

All of the raucous parties and intense poker games may be popular Vegas attractions, but as a relaxation seeker, you prefer to keep your Vegas experience tame and quiet. You enjoy activities that reduce your stress and leave you feeling revitalized and refreshed. Soothe your mind and body by adding these activities to your itinerary.

 

Canyon Ranch Spa at the Venetian

When you think of a relaxing Vegas experience, spas are at the top of the activities list. Canyon Ranch at the Venetian has more than 90 treatment rooms, a salon, healthy cafes and grills, a fitness room, and more. Whether you unwind with a deep-tissue massage or a crystal steam room, there is plenty here to keep you occupied for the entire day.

 

The Pool at Aria

For a quiet escape from the crowds, lounge at one of the three tear-drop-shaped pools at Aria. Take in the breathtaking sights of CityCenter architecture while you recline back and work on those tan lines. Cabanas and Sky Suites are a couple other options to take advantage of if you want lots of privacy and space away from people.

 

The Cabanas at Circa Stadium Swim®

A giant pool amphitheater might not immediately sound like a spot for rest and relaxation, but Stadium Swim would say otherwise. You’ll find dozens of cozy day beds, private cabanas, and hundreds of chaise lounges to soak up the sun at this stunning rooftop pool in Vegas. It also helps that these pools are heated, so you can rest and relax all year long.

 

As you can see, Las Vegas truly does have it all. No matter what your persona is – the gambler, partier, food critic, or relaxation seeker – there are plenty of Las Vegas destinations to make your experience exactly what you want it to be. To see it for yourself, plan your vacation and book your room or suite at the newest hotel in Vegas, Circa Resort, opening December 28. Before the hotel opens, find something to fit your Vegas personal at the pool amphitheater, casino, sportsbook, and dining options that are already open at Circa Las Vegas!