Article by Ariel Rosen
Romantic Spots In Las Vegas
Las Vegas is a great romantic get away. Famous for itâ€™s instant weddings, Las Vegas has many places for romantic couples to visit.
If you want to shower your sweetheart with sweets, there are numerous options. Ethel M. Chocolate Factory, located in Henderson, offers delicious chocolate covered confections. Closer to ONE Las Vegas Condo, the Chocolate Swan at Mandalay Place offers a selection of cocoa goodies for consumption. And, the Jean Phillipe Patisserie offers chocolates as well as mouthwatering pastries. For Godiva lovers, there are numerous outlets in Las Vegas to get chocolate dipped berries and more.
Nothing makes moments more romantic than the views. Luckily, every twist and turn in Las Vegas offers something mesmerizing and captivating. The best spots? Hands down, the best view of the city can be found from two different ends of The Stripâ€"the observation deck atop the Stratosphere Tower and, on the other end, Mixx at The Hotel. The Eiffel Tower at Paris provides stunning views of the Bellagio fountains as well as views both North and South of The Strip. For great overall vistas, try Rio All Suites Hotelâ€™s VooDoo Lounge, a restaurant and club, which sits 50 plus floors above the road. Or, for a hip venue, try Ghostbar. Overlooking the Palms pool, this lounge offers views that compete with VooDoo.
In Las Vegas, there is no shortage of options for a romantic dinners. Parisâ€™ Mon Ami Gabi incorporates a view of the Bellagio fountains with an authentic Parisian caf? atmosphere. Alize or Nove Italiano at Palms provides mouthwatering dishes and views of The Strip. For those whose love has no financial limits, there is Fleur de Lys at Mandalay Bay, complete with a wall of fresh flowers and exquisite cuisine and Valentino in the Venetian, with mouth-watering Italian dishes by James Beard Award Winning Chef Luciano Pellegrino. If you want to try something new, head over to Palazzo Resort and Casino and cheers your love with one of more than 60 wines-by-the-glass offered at Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro. After dinner and drinks, curl up outside on the large patio and take in the Sirens of TI show.
For some non-food related romance, journey to Mt. Charleston Lodge and rent a quaint bungalow for the night. Nestled above the Las Vegas Valley, the winter atmosphere allows for horse-drawn carriage rides through the snow. Warmer options include the gondola rides in through the Venice-style Grand Canal Shoppes in the Venetian.
About the Author
Ariel is a writer for Compucall-USA.com. To learn more about Las Vegas Condos, please visit http://www.one-lasvegas.com