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LAS VEGAS-Heading to Las Vegas in 2017? Here are six places you can bet on for a memorable time.Oasis at Gold Spike:Oasis at Gold Spike says it’s Las Vegas’s first boutique hotel. It’s a vintage-themed affair in the downtown area, steps...

6 places to bet on for a memorable time in Las Vegas | Toronto Star

LAS VEGAS-Heading to Las Vegas in 2017? Here are six places you can bet on for a memorable time.

Oasis at Gold Spike:

Oasis at Gold Spike says it’s Las Vegas’s first boutique hotel. It’s a vintage-themed affair in the downtown area, steps from Fremont St. There are 44 individually designed rooms (including some dog-friendly ones), and the hotel’s rooftop patios are great spots to enjoy a sundowner while soaking up the views over the city. If you’re feeling flush, head to the 5,000-square-foot seventh-floor Penthouse Suite in the adjacent Gold Spike tower, which featured in MTV’s The Real World. Rooms rates start at $52 (Canadian) per night. Details: oasisatgoldspike.com

Salted Malted:

Sweet-toothed Toronto native Cait Messina founded Salted Malted after moving to Las Vegas in 1992. This North Las Vegas quirky café, a tribute to Canadian cuisine, isn’t just about the sweet stuff (although there are 17 varieties of cookie to choose from). Other bestsellers include poutine, Toronto classic Peameal Bacon on a Bun and the Canadian Sunrise: Canadian bacon, fried egg and cheese served on a soft roll or biscuit. Details: saltedmalted.com

Morimoto Las Vegas:

The recently opened Japanese restaurant Morimoto Las Vegas is one of the most spectacular places to dine in Las Vegas, with vast expanses of polished wood and subtle lighting provided by ornate metal lanterns. Come here to enjoy the theatre of the sushi bar, to sip some sake (there’s an enormous range on offer, including some costing thousands of dollars) or to simply enjoy chef Masaharu Morimoto’s award-winning cuisine. Details: mgmgrand.com

The Park:

The Park, a new outdoor dining and entertainment area, right in the heart of the Strip and just a few metres from the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino, is a great place for some time out. It’s beautifully landscaped, with hundreds of transplanted trees. Grab a seat on one of the benches tucked into its greenery-filled corners, or enjoy a drink at one of the bars, many of which have outside seating areas. Details: theparkvegas.com

Beauty and Essex:

Getting into Las Vegas’s newest hotspot Beauty and Essex in the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is tricky. Diners enter the pawn shop-themed restaurant (bear with us here) via a non-descript side door in a replica pawnbrokers (compete with jewelry for sale). Inside, it’s an explosion of velvet, diamante and pearls. The food is inspired by all corners of the world; highlights include Thai-style shrimp, jerk chicken and onion rings with miso honey mustard. Details: beautyandessex.com/las-vegas

Jewel:

Las Vegas’s beautiful people have been flocking to Jewel nightclub since it opened in 2016, and artists who’ve already appeared there include DJ Steve Aoki and rapper Lil Jon. The enormous venue, which covers 24,000 square feet and can accommodate almost 2,000 clubbers, has a huge dance floor and five lavishly decorated VIP suites (their themes include sports and speakeasy). It’s also one of Las Vegas’s most visually stunning clubs, thanks to super-sized programmable LED displays.

U.K. writer Tamara Hinson’s trip was sponsored by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors’ Authority, which didn’t review or approve this story.

U.K. writer Tamara Hinson’s trip was sponsored by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors’ Authority, which didn’t review or approve this story.

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