Big Pine, CA
Stayed at the Four Seasons last weekend and absolutely loved the clean rooms and beautiful amenities. I was looking for something close to all the action, but also a place that I could enjoy some peace and this was the perfect place.
I could do the High Roller once a month and still not get tired of it. It's not terribly expensive, it's relaxing, offers awesome views, and you typically meet a couple of nice people on the ride. If you're kind of a partier and like to socialize, then the Happy Hour ticket is a great choice, but for most people the anytime ticket will work just fine. They have a small concession area before boarding that offers alcohol and snacks and you are allowed to take them with you. One note... There are no bathrooms so make sure you go before boarding.
Amazing food and excellent service. I will be coming back!
I absolutely love this restaurant! The views are beautiful and the atmosphere really has a Singapore vibe. I've been here twice and Tom was my server both times. He is friendly, helpful, and great at his job. It also appears all of the other staff are too. Of course, the food is five-star as well. Love me some Mizumi.
Literally threw my burger away. Extremely low quality and tasted horrible! I love burgers so had to give it a try, but sadly will not be doing that again.
Came here for the first time last week and we will definitely be back on future trips. So many great photo opportunities and unique sights. The only reason I am giving it 4 stars instead of 5 is because it's free to get in, but everything inside is quite expensive. I didn't get a chance to try it this trip, but everyone says the Omega Mart attraction is worth doing.
There's no better place in Vegas to enjoy spectacular Strip views, warm Vegas evenings, cold beer, and great games.
Old Homestead has an old school New York steakhouse feel, which makes sense since that's where it originally started, but it's also right next to the casino at Caesars for a little Vegas flair. So, you get the best of both worlds. Not to mention, the steaks and crabcakes are absolutely amazing.
Drinks are a touch pricey and while the secret door is cool it’s not necessarily anything spectacular once inside.
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