View of the Las Vegas Strip.
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It seems only natural that most college students would first think of going to Mexico for spring break. However, for those who don’t want to deal with the hassle of heading south of the border but still want to indulge their party habits like a rock star, there is another place calling: Sin City.
Las Vegas is the only place I know where the excitement runs a shiver up your spine and a world of devilish mystery through your head. Thankfully, planning your trip couldn’t be easier with LV Top Shelf’s epic spring break package.
The LV Top Shelf spring break package might possibly be the best deal California college students will find anywhere in town. For a mere $69.99, you’ll receive access to two days of raging day clubs and three nights of limo/party bus service to SIX of the strips hottest clubs, a value that would run you well over $200. Not to mention the complimentary bottle or two they’ll throw in your nightly transportation, really makes the LV Top Shelf experience unforgettable and quite affordable.
Although the package does not include your hotel reservations, Skoti at LV Top Shelf is more than willing to help you find the cheapest hotels and deals around town. Known throughout Vegas as the guy for everything, a weekend under Skoti’s wing will be way crazier and way cheaper than anything you could accomplish on your own. For more information regarding LV Top Shelf’s spring break package, check out their Facebook page or feel free to email Skoti at Skoti@lvtopshelf.com.
Whether you embark in their spring break package or not, LV Top Shelf is ready to hook you up with the ultimate Vegas adventure. Skoti knows the strip better than anyone and can create any package to fit your wants and financial constraints. He even gave me a little “Vegas: 101” on the hotels, clubs and alternative activities that will indulge your wildest inhibitions.
Finding a place to stay is probably one of the most important things you’ll want to figure out, and Vegas is not short on great hotels. If you’re looking to take the route a little lighter on your wallet, Skoti recommends you check out the brand new Quad, formerly the old Imperial Palace, with prices ranging from $39-$79 a night or the slightly more expensive Flamingo or Treasure Island.
If you’re looking to get a little more glamorous but still keep cost low, the Palazzo and Venetian are two phenomenal connected hotels, along with the Cosmopolitan and Mirage. Both really embody the exciting culture and pizazz that is Las Vegas.
Lastly, if price isn’t a huge concern or your comfortable cramming too many people into one room, more high-end hotels like the MGM Grand, Wynn, Encore and the Bellagio provide the ultimate Vegas experience without even stepping off the property.
After finding a place to crash is all settled, your next adventure should include hitting up one of Vegas’ extravagant day clubs. A day here will make you wonder why you ever even considered going to Mexico.
For our college students on a tight budget, Skoti recommends the Rehab Pool Party at the Hard Rock Hotel. A beautiful landscape, combined with beautiful people and great music, makes Rehab a perfect spot for a budding young adult.
If you choose to take part in the LV Top Shelf spring break package, you’ll be heading to either the raging Marquee Day Club at the Cosmopolitan, Wet Republic pool party at the MGM, Tao Beach at the Venetian or the Encore Beach Club, all of which throw down killer DJ lineups and a Vegas experience that puts Cabo to shame.
Once the sun goes down, the fun doesn’t stop. On top of gambling and strip clubs, Vegas plays home to some of the world’s greatest nightclubs. The LV Top Shelf spring break experience does not hold back with trips to Tryst and XS at Wynn, Surrender at Encore, 1 OAK (one of a kind) at the Mirage, Pure at Caesar’s Palace, Marquee at the Cosmopolitan, Hakkasan at the MGM and Hyde at the Bellagio. Each club hosts unreal DJ residencies, sprawling layouts and a sexy atmosphere that will have you running wild.
If saying goodbye to your dignity and raging face isn’t the only thing you wish to get out of Vegas, LV Top Shelf and Skoti have some excellent recommendations for alternative activities that will keep you feeling good:
-The Wynn features a beautiful meadow made entirely of ceramic tulips, in addition to its carousel made entirely of fresh flowers.
-The botanical gardens at the Bellagio are another relaxing option that won’t leave your body feeling hurt in the morning.
-Other attractions include the world’s largest observation wheel (giving you a 360-degree view of the Strip) shooting ranges, go-karts and helicopter tours of the Hoover Dam.
-If you’re feeling old school, the Freemont Street Experience takes you through a night on the original Vegas Strip.
-Local bars and restaurants can provide you with the same quality as the strip, but without the price.
So, this spring break head to Las Vegas, and enlist the help of Skoti and the guys at LV Top Shelf – they know how to do Sin City right.
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Article posted on 2/13/2014
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