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Las Vegas welcomed more than 3.6 million visitors in May 2018, representing a slight increase over this same time last year. With new activities, restaurants, and hotel renovations always popping up, your clients can enjoy a trip to Sin City even if they’ve visited in the past.

For those who head to Vegas for its nightlife, a new nightclub at Park MGM is set to welcome the new year when it opens on Dec. 31, 2018. On The Record at Park MGM will be a 3-room venue featuring both indoor and outdoor spaces. Foodies can also get their fix at Wolfgang Puck’s recently debuted Spago Las Vegas at Bellagio Resort & Casino. Wolfgang Puck opened Spago in Las Vegas 25 years ago, but this installment of the restaurant inside the Bellagio is new and offers a view overlooking the iconic Bellagio fountains. Other new offerings your clients can look forward to include the Yoga With a View classes offered on the fourth floor of the TopGolf Las Vegas building overlooking the strip, and Madame Tussauds’ newly launched full-service bar inspired by the movie “The Hangover.”

And, for new room bookings, Harrah’s Laughlin, a Caesar’s Entertainment property, has completed a $20 million renovation of all 410 guestrooms and suites in its South Tower. In total Harrah’s Laughlin features more than 1,500 guestrooms and 170 suites. The renovated South Tower guestrooms and suites overlook the Colorado River, each decorated in south-of-the-border style. The property also features a spa, and the newly opened Guy Fieri’s El Burro Boracho (the Drunken Donkey) restaurant featuring Mexican dishes, plus a steakhouse, a buffet and Smashburger. For more information, visit

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