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Pamper, Party, Celebrate Valentine’s Day Vegas Style

It’s just a week until Valentine’s Day. It’s a perfect day to go to Las Vegas especially if you want to propose to your honey or actually tie the knot. Vegas is the place to pamper yourselves, party til your drop, and just celebrate the most romantic day of the year.

You can be assured Valentine’s Day will not be just another day in Las Vegas. There will be special romance packages offered by various vendors as well as some of the best headliners will be in town. These include Elton John, Jennifer Lopez, Cher, and Galactic. Visit Lavish Vegas to get a nearly complete list on all the great February entertainment that will be waiting for you.

We said this is a time to pamper yourselves. What better way than to spend some time in one of Vegas’s many 5-Star spas.

The Cosmopolitan is one of Vegas’ top and most elegant hotels on the Strip. It is also one of the newest. We would expect a hotel of this caliber to have an equally high end spa, and it does. Their spa is called Sahara Spa and Hammam.

According to newworkinvegas.com this special spa:

…features one of the only authentic Hammam experiences in the United States. The Sahara Spa and Hammam’s centerpiece is a radiant “mother stone,” on which you lay for your one of a kind Turkish style treatment. Once finished with your treatment, you can enjoy a full body massage or enjoy the spas whirlpools, steam rooms, and sauna.

Networkinvegas.com offers this list of  other of Las Vegas’ top spas.

One experience that is romantic, but not always thought as such is a nighttime ride in the world’s largest enclosed Ferris wheel, The High Roller at the Linq.

Now, you have to go out clubbing and dancing on Valentine’s Day. So, where should you go?

Here are some to consider:

 

 

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