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Las Vegas Decks the Halls for the Holiday Season

It’s the most wonderful time of the year as Las Vegas welcomes winter and the spirit of the holidays this season. With an abundance of holiday lights, outdoor festivities and activities to choose from, Las Vegas shines as the ultimate destination for visitors looking to celebrate and spread holiday cheer.

For the seventh consecutive year, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas welcomed the return of The Ice Rink on 21st November as Boulevard Pool transformed into a holiday spectacle high above the Las Vegas Strip. Overlooking the heart of Las Vegas Boulevard, visitors will enjoy roof-top ice skating on more than 4,200 square feet of real ice, roasting s’mores by the fire, light snow showers, adult renditions of seasonal culinary classics, and breathtaking views surrounded by vibrant city lights.

In celebration of the holiday season and the return of one of Las Vegas’s most adored holiday destinations, Vegas Golden Knights defenseman Deryk Engelland hosted The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’ second annual lighting ceremony of the 36-foot tall tree on 5th December.

Envisioned by the Bellagio Horticulture team, Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens celebrates the spirit of the season with hundreds of plants and flowers in a glamourous winter holiday installation.

Ethel M’s Chocolate Factory is dazzling locals and visitors with its annual three-acres of cacti covered in one million holiday lights. Guests can stroll through the garden and experience the holiday display through to 6th January.

Twinkling lights and the rich smell of hot cocoa fill the air at Holiday at The Park. As guests wander through The Park, pop-up dining experiences in quaint cabins offer a variety of bites and sips inspired by European holiday traditions. Strolling carolers sing the songs of the season and spread cheer throughout The Park, leading guests dashing to the towering 80-foot holiday tree in Toshiba Plaza.

Come one, come all to Fashion Show for the all-new hologram holiday experience, ‘Twas the Light Before Christmas’. Created by London-based experiential agency Cinimod Studio, the Santa-inspired holographic display debuted for the first time within the USA just in time for the holidays and runs through to 10th January.

Green Valley Ranch Resort again offers its Winter’s Village experience, this time with a second location at its sister property Red Rock Casino Resort and Spa. Guests can create memories with its festive outdoor ice rink and holiday-inspired activities such as custom-cocktail lounges complete with mocktails for the children to enjoy and fire pit stations allowing guests to roast handmade s’mores over the fire.


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