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Last-Minute Guide To Vegas

Things To Do Without Reservations

While many of the biggest concerts and events in Las Vegas require reservations or advance booking for tickets, there are still plenty of ways to pass the time at Caesars Entertainment resorts that require no planning whatsoever. Whether you are eager to be entertained, visit the iconic landmarks in the city or are ready to dig into some of Vegas' most incredible cuisine and nightlife, the following are our top picks for your last-minute guide to Las Vegas.

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Shopping

The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace

Las Vegas is well-known for its world-class shopping. There's no end to the purchasing potential in Sin City, but one of the best places to start is in the Forum Shops. Located in Caesars Palace, the Forum Shops is an impressive collection of more than 160 stores. This is definitely the place to splurge on designer favorites like Louis Vuitton and Gucci, but there are also plenty of staples like H&M to accommodate all budgets. In between stores and boutiques, head to one of the restaurants in the Forum Shops to grab a refreshing cocktail, some caffeine in the form of a latte, or a full meal to refuel and give you energy for the next adventure.

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Attraction

Enjoy Breathtaking Views From The LINQ's High Roller

The LINQ Promenade, a pedestrian-friendly space between The LINQ Hotel and Casino and the Flamingo Las Vegas, is one of the hottest shopping, dining and nightlife locales in Las Vegas. Its crowning attraction is the High Roller, a 500-foot observation wheel that lets you see the Strip from a whole new perspective. Tickets are required to hop on the High Roller, but they can be purchased online just a few minutes in advance. Or, you could always show up, hop in line and climb onboard after a short wait. During the day, the High Roller can be a family-oriented attraction, and prices are slightly lower. As the sun sets and the Strip heats up, the neon lights serve as a romantic and exciting backdrop for a fun and last-minute activity in Las Vegas.

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Dine At A Vegas Buffet

Sure, choosing the best buffets in Las Vegas isn’t easy, but no Vegas vacation would be complete without a self-serve visit. After all, this is one of the staples that made Sin City famous. But modern Las Vegas buffets consist of much more than $9.99 all-you-can-eat prime rib. Buffets today range from a seafood lover’s feast to fine dining rivals offering hundreds of dishes. Best of all, no reservations required. Want to try them all in between hitting the city’s best attractions, shows, pools and nightclubs? The Buffet of Buffets pass gives you open entry to five buffets for 24 hours.  

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Soak Up The Sun At Caesars Entertainment Pools

Get wet at the pool of your choice throughout Caesars Entertainment. Caesars Palace has seven pools itself at the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis. Waterslides and lagoons can be discovered at Go Pool at the Flamingo. Then there’s the FlowRider, the only standalone wave machine in Las Vegas, to be found at Planet Hollywood. Check out these pools and more and pick your favorite.

Things to do in Las Vegas - Las Vegas Blog