Las Vegas bets on red
You can visit ‘Sin City’ without committing one: you don’t have to get married dressed as Elvis or bet everything on roulette. What is impossible is to get bored, especially when you’re in good company.
Las Vegas isn’t Paris or Venice, but love draws thousands of people there. Every year over 100,000 marriage licences are granted, which means that almost 300 couples choose this city every day to say ‘I do’. Love shines in the neon signs and risks it all on the ace of hearts in the casinos.
The couples that travel there because they believe the time has come to go to the altar don’t need to look for a chapel in order to get married in Las Vegas. They can exchange rings either inside or in front of the aquarium at the Silverton Hotel or when playing minigolf to the beat of the rock group Kiss at the Hotter Than Hell Wedding Chapel. Lovers in a hurry have the option of getting married in a drive-through ceremony without even getting out of their car.
Slotzilla passes just below Viva Vision, on Fremont Street
The cities of love
A trip to Las Vegas includes a visit to Paris and Venice. The Paris Hotel has a 165-metre-high reproduction of the Eiffel Tower, half the height of the original and at The Venetian you can take a romantic ride along its canals, gondolier included.
Those who don’t need adrenaline as their best man can choose a romantic dinner facing the Bellagio Fountains, at the French bistro Mon Ami Gabi, and end the night at the Chandelier Bar in the Cosmopolitan Hotel. In keeping with never-ending love, the celebration doesn’t end with the arrival of the big day. In Las Vegas they go one step further than brunch with a ‘bottomless’ or ‘boozy brunch’, with unlimited drinks. The Party Brunch in Lavo in The Venetian Hotel includes waffles, pancakes, champagne, confetti and DJs. This is the best way to continue the party…or start it! We all know that “what happens in Las Vegas stays in Las Vegas”.
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At the Lavo restaurant, brunch is a party