As Las Vegas continues to reopen this spring, the city will be welcoming spring breakers from around the country. Three major Strip resorts recently went from weekends only to opening seven days a week, signaling businesses around the city to once again open their doors. There are currently no travel restrictions for Nevada; however, you may want to check your state for restrictions upon your return home.
Top Considerations for Spring Break in Vegas
While spring break will undoubtedly look different this year, there are still many ways to enjoy your visit with friends or family safely. COVID updates for the city of Las Vegas can be found here.
Hotels Are Ready For Visitors
If you’re hunting for a room deal, properties towards the far north end of the Strip have room rates for under $50. Hotels like The Strat and SAHARA Las Vegas offer low room rates with numerous dining options, and The Strat is host to a multitude of activities as well. Mid-Strip properties like The Linq, Flamingo, and Planet Hollywood are serving up room rates under $75 with plenty of on-site eating and shopping options. Basic health and safety changes have been made to virtually every resort in Las Vegas to ensure the comfort of guests. Caesars Entertainment and MGM Resorts both list extensive Covid safety information for their properties online, with Caesars, listing their protocols by outlet type (casino, hotel, dining, etc.) and MGM Resorts elaborating on their Seven-Point Safety Plan.
Many Hotel Pools Have Reopened
As the temperatures begin to heat up, pool season is upon us. The majority of resort properties have reopened their pools with enhanced health and safety measures such as increased spacing between seats. Most properties on the Strip are currently only offering complimentary entry into their pools for hotel guests only. That said, you can still enjoy some sunbathing at the oasis of your choice. Caesars and MGM properties are allowing the general public to reserve seating online with various price points, meaning you won’t have to worry about making a mad dash to find an open lounger. If you’re looking for something more private or hoping to accommodate a group, cabanas and daybeds provide a comfortable choice with various amenities depending on the property and package price. For those spring breakers hoping for a more quiet (or less quiet, depending on your vacation style) experience, several adults-only pools have reopened as well. LIQUID Pool Lounge, Bare Pool Lounge, and Wet Republic are open to guests 21 and over, while Venus Pool + Lounge is open to guests 18 and over.
Vegas Entertainment is Slowly Returning
While Las Vegas is still in the process of fully returning, a number of shows have come back to the Strip. Adult-only options like ABSINTHE (dark Mondays and Tuesdays), Fantasy, and Thunder From Down Under (dark Tuesdays and Wednesdays) have returned to their stages with necessary health and safety modifications made for the audience and performers. If you’re traveling with teens, Piff the Magic Dragon (recommended for ages 13+, dark Tuesdays and Wednesdays) and Carrot Top (recommended for ages 16+, dark Sundays) are both open as well. For all ages fun, the newest show on the Strip is both complimentary and family-friendly. The Lake of Dreams at Wynn Las Vegas plays nightly. If you’re in search of a family-friendly seated production show, Tape Face (dark Mondays and Tuesdays) is open at Harrah’s Las Vegas.
Perfect Weather For Outdoor Dining
A quick stroll up the Strip, and you’ll find numerous restaurants offering patio dining. With some of the most famous views in the world, these outdoor options are at their best during the comfortable spring and fall temperatures. The patio at Mon Ami Gabi offers views of the Strip and great people watching. The Crack Shack at Park MGM provides a fun menu alongside a comfortable covered patio. For a truly opulent outdoor experience, make a reservation at Celebrity Chef Wolfgang Puck’s Spago inside the Bellagio. Their patio is the perfect spot to enjoy the Fountains of Bellagio.
Enjoy Las Vegas Dining To-Go
If you’re not quite comfortable dining in or just want to enjoy your meal from the comfort of your hotel room, there are still numerous options to enjoy as take-out. Mon Ami Gabi offers their full menu for take-out as well as an exclusive French Onion Soup kit that’s perfect if you have access to a kitchen. The Caesars Eats system offers take-out and delivery options for some of their most popular restaurants, such as Giada and Nobu, with online ordering available. Strip favorites like Momofuku at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Nacho Daddy at Miracle Mile Shops, and Mastro’s Ocean Club at Crystals all offer delivery options through third-party apps so you can enjoy world-class dining without having to leave your room.