What happens in The Pinky Ring stays in The Pinky Ring, where moments are lived, not recorded. Ensuring an intimacy that’s becoming increasingly rare.
Do you need reservations for The Pinky Ring? Although the venue has a bar area, guests cannot always walk in and order drinks. The Pinky Ring is mostly a reservation venue, so guests are not guaranteed entry unless pre-ticketed.
Bruno Mars’ Pinky Ring is an unmistakable time capsule of 70s retro-chic glamour. A music venue and cocktail lounge enveloped in vintage amber and plush velvet, reserved seating and crafted cocktails offer unparalleled luxury. A 24K exclusive VIP experience, The Pinky Ring is a nod to a bygone era and a journey back in time, cradled in the opulence of modern Las Vegas.
It’s not just Big Game Week. It’s Big Game Week in Las Vegas! Las Vegas is a city of firsts. Still, nothing compares to the metamorphosis happening for Vegas’ first time ever hosting The NFL’s Biggest Game!
In January, Vegas offers a break from the typical tourist experience, highlighted by comfortable weather and lower prices. The city’s calendar is still rich with concerts, sports, and unique outdoor activities. Still, Las Vegas reveals its winter charm and multifaceted personality, making it a special time to visit!
No doubt you’ve heard of the Las Vegas Strip. But what’s it really all about? In short, The Strip is THE place to be. So, if you’re planning a trip to my city’s world-famous and most iconic destination, here’s what you need to know before you go…
Anticipation for New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas reaches a fever pitch, with the city transforming into a fusion of lights, fireworks, music, and revelry to do what Las Vegas does best, and that’s throw the biggest party!
Neither Ebenezer Scrooge nor The Grinch can escape Christmas by visiting Las Vegas – No matter how hard they try! Las Vegas reimagines Christmas with festive charm and vibrant entertainment. Holiday lights, Christmas markets, ice skating rinks, concerts, shows, and extravagant dining experiences turn the traditional holiday into an event of extraordinary festivities and wonder!
December reveals a cooler, festive side of this desert city I call home. Beyond the iconic casinos and shows, a yuletide transformation takes hold, perfect for those eager to trade in snow for the desert’s cool winter embrace. In 2023, the Fountainbleau opens after nearly 20 years of construction, and let’s not forget one of the most fun nights in Vegas is New Year’s Eve!
In the heart of Las Vegas, a spectacle of choreographed fountains at the Bellagio Hotel unfolds, merging the artistry of water dance with music and kaleidoscopic light displays. This iconic outdoor attraction mesmerizes with its ballet of water, soaring to great heights and moving harmoniously across the vast mirror-like lake.