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The best way to enjoy Las Vegas, saving time and money, is with a vacation package. By bundling together hotels and flights, you will often be able to take advantage of preferential rates, as opposed to standard single rates when booking separately. You will also save time matching hotel availability to your flights. If flexibility isn’t your priority, Las Vegas vacation packages could leave you more money to spend in the city itself, rather than on getting there.

When should you book a vacation package to Las Vegas?

Booking a Las Vegas flight and hotel package is an efficient way to save on stress and cash. For the best deals and rooms, it’s advisable to search for Las Vegas vacation packages during quieter periods. Traveling during the week is generally more affordable than at weekends, and by booking earlier you can help avoid higher rates. The July-August ‘Monsoon’ season is a good time to find Las Vegas travel deals, as most travelers opt to visit during spring and fall when the weather is hotter and dryer. It’s also a good time to get away from the concrete and visit the surrounding valleys, mountains and national parks in cooler weather.

Whilst searching for Las Vegas travel deals, be sure to check out seasonal activities. Most crowd-pulling events such as the NASCAR race, the Super Bowl, and the Rodeo happen during fall and winter as well as major conventions such as the Consumer Electronics Show and the Magic International.

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The Aria Resort and Casino is one of the classiest hotels on the Las Vegas strip, offering private cabana rental alongside a range of first-class, dedicated amenities to make your Las Vegas getaway feel special. The resort is just a 10-minute drive from McCarran International, and offers a 24-hour taxi and limo booking service. If you book a Sky Suite with the hotel, luxury transfer to and from the airport is included.

The Venetian Resort Hotel is a luxurious, whimsical Las Vegas creation. Housed in a sprawling Italianate palazzo, it boasts an on-site grand canal complete with gondolas, renaissance mall, spacious, eco-friendly suites and 10 outdoor pools. The hotel is just 12 minutes by car or taxi from the airport, and it offers a wide range of transport options, from a taxi booking service to a ‘Grazie’ shuttle service (free for Gold and Platinum members), running every half hour between and 6.30pm.

For family vacations in Las Vegas:

Marriot’s Grand Chateau, 15-minutes’ walk from the strip, boasts spacious family rooms, free valet parking, kids’ activity rooms and a bird’s-eye view of central Las Vegas. Just a ten-minute drive from the airport, head north onto McCarran Airport Connector, carry on to Swenson Street, then left onto E Harmon Ave. The Chateau offers free valet parking.

The Mandarin Oriental offers cozy family rooms and a range of child-oriented services, from children’s afternoon tea to the arrangement of certified babysitters, to ensure a stress-free stay for the whole family. The hotel is around a ten-minute drive by cab or car from the airport and is located right on ‘The Strip’.

For romantic vacations in Las Vegas:

The Desert Rose Resort, just 2 blocks from the southern part of the Strip, is a great choice for couples on a budget. It boasts a range of contemporary condominium suites with private patios or balconies. As it doesn’t host on-site bars or clubs, it’s ideal for those looking for something quieter. Just seven minutes from the airport by car, head north onto McCarran Airport Connector then left onto E. Tropicana Ave. After 1.6 miles, turn left onto Duke Ellington Way – the resort is on the right.

The MGM Grand attracts some of the world’s most famous acts to its numerous nightclubs and showrooms. With pool complexes, a range of signature bars and restaurants, and generously-sized suites, it’s an ideal honeymoon resort. The resort offers tax assistance and features on shuttle service routes to and from the airport (just 7 minutes away, though usually longer via shuttle). If driving from McCarran International, head north onto McCarran Airport Connector and left onto E. Tropicana Ave., then right onto Audrie St. and left towards the resort entrance.

For luxury vacations in Las Vegas:

The Wynne Las Vegas is a dazzling luxurious resort, featuring a full casino, dozens of boutiques and matchlessly designed amenities. The hotel doesn’t offer a free shuttle service, but is located directly on the Strip, and is easily reachable (around 12 minutes) from McCarran International via cab or hired car.

The Four Seasons in Mandalay Bay offers glorious views of the surrounding desert mountains from chic, Art-Deco suites. Alongside stellar on-site restaurants, guests can enjoy tailored treatments in the Forbes Five Star Spa. Limo, taxi and rental car services are available for airport transfers (around 12 minutes away) and beyond.

For budget vacations in Las Vegas:

The Mardi Gras Hotel and Casino is located 5 minutes from the Monorail and offers free shuttles to the Strip and airport transfers (between 7am and 10pm). It also offers free service level parking and a friendly full-service bar and restaurant. From the airport, simply head north on Paradise Road for 2.3 miles. The hotel is on the right.

The Circus Circus Hotel, Casino, and Theme Park is just 5 minutes’ drive from the Convention Center and offers free entertainment nightly. The hotel is just 8 minutes away from the airport by cab, or half an hour way via line 108 bus.

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Don’t worry about a thing When you book an all-inclusive getaway with Orbitz, you get everything plus the kitchen sink. Breakfast buffets, pool days and parking valets could all be in your future. We know that no vacation is complete without frosty beverages topped with tiny umbrellas. And excellent service, day or night, is always part of the deal. You can find all the information you need to pick your perfect Las Vegas all-inclusive vacation package right here.

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The city is a true desert oasis. As the largest city in Nevada, Las Vegas sits within a desert valley surrounded by mountains and sparkles at night with the neon lights. Come for the excitement of gambling, come for the grand shows and concerts, and come for the pool-side parties and massive food buffets--Las Vegas has it all and never fails to entertain.

When you're not winning in the casino, lounging by the pool or savoring delicious cuisine, you'll find that Las Vegas has a variety of must-see attractions and entertainment options to keep you and the whole family occupied. From thrilling roller coasters to virtual-reality simulator rides and erupting volcanoes to wax museums, Las Vegas' attractions appeal to people of all ages, interests, and budgets.

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Las Vegas Vacations

Las Vegas, Nevada, is best known for its bright lights, star-studded shows, and world-class casinos. But no matter what sort of adventure you’re looking for, there are Las Vegas vacations that can fulfill your every wish. In fact, that is just what this sprawling desert metropolis is all about. Yes, you can allow the sights and sounds of the casino sweep you off your feet, but the next night you could spend at the spa, and the night after that, you can put on your dancing shoes. The only thing that you can’t do on vacations in Las Vegas is stay there forever. Or could you?

Major Attractions

Surely you have heard of the most famous street in America: The Strip. It features some of the most well-known places in the city, from classic casinos to the famous replica Eiffel Tower. Get your heart racing at the world's highest thrill rides—or in the casino—all located there. However, the more vintage, rock-and-roll atmosphere of downtown is also not to be missed. Try your luck at the legendary Golden Nugget casino, then stroll to the Neon Museum, where you’re sure to take some of your new favorite photos.

Did you know that the area around Las Vegas is filled with outdoor fun, too? Yes, journey away from the bright lights and you’ll find you can gaze up at lights of a different kind—the stars. The Hoover Dam and Red Rock Canyon are popular destinations to marvel at the power of Mother Nature. Now that is almost as awe-inspiring as our Las Vegas package deals.

Festivals and Events

While it’s true that any time is a good time to visit this happening town, there are some special events you might consider. You can book vacation packages in Vegas to coincide with monthly favorites such as the Art & Wine: A Perfect Pairing, held the second Wednesday of each month. Wines are paired with the featured works at the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art for a unique combination of art and imbibing. If you prefer beer, sample from among more than 150 brews from around the world at the Desert Hops Nevada & International Beer Festival in August. However you choose to let loose, Las Vegas is here with a festival and a smile.

Hotels in Las Vegas

Hotels and flights go together like pools and pina coladas, and you’ll have plenty of those in your future when you’ve booked a cheap vacation in Las Vegas. As one of the world’s leaders in hospitality, though, “Sin City” has a whole lot of options when it comes to where to stay. Look into these hotels to add on to your package.

  • Guests at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino practically never have to leave. This sprawling resort has 17 restaurants, a spa, and plenty of pools. When the sun sets, join in the electric energy at the nightclub, or take in a show at the David Copperfield Theatre. It’s all here.
  • The Bellagio ’s excellent reputation—and its five-star rating—are both well-earned. The hotel’s fountain shows may be its most famous attraction, but for guests lucky enough to have a room, the inside is even more impressive. Even the lobby ceiling is decorated with blown-glass flowers by the legendary artist, Dale Chihuly.
  • The Venetian Resort Hotel & Casino is the epitome of opulence, so if you are in search of the most elegant experience available, look no further. This five-star resort has two pools, 20 restaurants, and an on-site spa to cater to your every need. And no trip is complete without being transported to Venice, itself, as you cruise down the hotel’s canals in a gondola.
  • Excalibur Hotel Casino will have you living like royalty—it is even shaped like a castle. Both kids and those who are just kids at heart will love the arcade, while adults can entertain themselves at the casino. Take a dip in the outdoor hot tub or just relax by the poolside bar. In Las Vegas, your day is yours alone.

Whether you want to come for the gaming, the nightlife, or just a little bit of everything, we’ve got the perfect vacation package in Las Vegas, NV for you. Many cities try to claim they have something for everyone, but in this city of dreams, it is true. And Travelocity will get you there, with the best deals and the easiest booking this side of the Hoover Dam.

Tours and Activities in Las Vegas

Are you at your desk peering blankly at your laptop screen? Wouldn't you rather travel and experience more of this fascinating world? Well, here you are — so switch into getaway mode and get set to throw yourself into some unforgettable new adventures!

If putting together an itinerary isn't your thing, don't stress — we've got you sorted. Las Vegas has an excellent range of things to do. Here are some of our favorites:

  • Wheelchair Rental with Scootaround
  • Hoover Dam Classic Tour
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  • Private Hike at Frenchman Mountain
  • Helicopter Tour of the West Rim Grand Canyon
  • Grand Canyon Helicopter Flight with Optional ATV Shooting Adventures

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Where to stay in las vegas: best areas for travelers.

  • Paradise : If you love hanging out in the thick of things, nothing beats this neighborhood. There are loads of inspiring sights to discover here, including Fashion Show Mall and Ethel M Botanical Cactus Gardens. Popular hotels in this neighborhood include the La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Las Vegas Airport South , the Hampton Inn & Suites Las Vegas Airport and the Best Western McCarran Inn .
  • Spring Valley : Make a booking at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Las Vegas SW - Spring Valley , The Cliffs at Peace Canyon or The Cliffs at Peace Canyon and explore the best that this neighborhood has to offer. Begin the morning at Wet‘n’Wild Las Vegas, venture to Las Vegas Ice Center afterwards and cap off a great day at Rhodes Ranch Golf Club.
  • Enterprise : If you're taking off with your little ones, South Point Bowling Center and Callaway Golf Center are two wonderful reasons to stay here. Spend your days roaming around family-friendly attractions like these and your evenings someplace comfy, like the High End Guest Home SW Vegas Area Near Strip & Outlets . The Silverton Casino Hotel and the Grandview A Resort Las Vegas for CES 2019 are some other popular suggestions.
  • Las Vegas Strip : If you're eager to stay in this area, check out the Aria Suites & Spa Las Vegas , the Aria Hotel And Casino and the ARIA Resort & Casino . Searching for ways to keep yourself entertained during your trip? Pay a visit to Fashion Show Mall. It's one of this neighborhood's greatest attractions.
  • North Las Vegas : The next time you get tired of concrete and buildings, find your way here and explore Craig Ranch Regional Park and Anniversary Trails. They're terrific places to get a hit of nature. Hotels in this neighborhood include the Lucky Club Casino and Hotel , the Sunrise Inn Hotel and the Cannery Hotel & Casino .
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Las Vegas Strip

Visitors to Las Vegas Strip rave about its fantastic nightlife, great live music, and first-class casinos. You might also want to make some time to see Colosseum at Caesars Palace or The Linq while you're exploring the neighborhood.

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Downtown Las Vegas

Visitors to Downtown Las Vegas rave about its fantastic nightlife, great live music, and first-class casinos. You might also want to make some time to see Golden Nugget Casino or Fremont Street while you're exploring the neighborhood.

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Lake Las Vegas is known for its panoramic lake views, and you can see some sights in the area like Fremont Street and Allegiant Stadium.

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Getting there

When planning a Las Vegas vacation, the most convenient airport to fly into is McCarran International Airport, which is located just 5 miles from downtown. 

Attractions & Things To Do

The las vegas strip.

It’s no doubt your Las Vegas vacation will include a visit to the famed Las Vegas Strip. Brimming with neon lights and famed sights to check off your bucket list, this is the place to be when visiting Sin City. 

Beyond trying your luck at the resort casinos, there are a variety of experiences to enjoy along the way. Take a gondola ride along the Venetian’s Grand Canal, wine and dine yourself atop the Eiffel Tower while taking in incredible panoramic views. For some adrenaline, head over to New York New York and ride the Big Apple Rollercoaster. If rest and relaxation is your key to happiness, soak up the sun at the Mandalay Bay Beach and then discover wildlife at the onsite aquarium. At night, be sure to get a front-row seat at the Bellagio Fountains for a spectacular water performance. 

Concerts & Shows

When people think of Vegas, gambling is usually the number one thing that comes to mind. However, the live entertainment and theater shows are incomparable when it comes to being 5-star. The most famed of the recurring shows is Cirque du Soleil. These high-end performances really are awe-mazing, and there are a variety to choose from hosted throughout various hotels. Incredible magic shows and concerts are always available as well. One thing is for sure – you won’t be bored day or night when visiting Las Vegas!

For a change of pace from the bustling streets and non-stop stimulation, take a day trip to Hoover Dam. About 30 miles southwest of Ls Vegas sits this majestic reservoir that has helped provide power to Nevada, Arizona and California since 1935. As one of America’s most recognized landmarks, more than a million visitors flock to the concrete structure each year for a chance to take in the natural beauty (and of course, snag a great Instagram shot!) 

Museums & History

Some of the best museums you’ll want to visit while in Las Vegas include the Mob Museum, Neon Museum and Pin Ball Hall of Fame. Formerly known as the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, the Mob Museum occupies the former Downtown courthouse where notorious crime figures such as Al Capone were prosecuted. For a brighter take on life, visit the Neon Museum, also downtown, which houses iconic marquees seen at hotels and casinos throughout the years. Known as the Neon Boneyard, the outdoor space provides tours both in the morning and night. 

Las Vegas has now become a foodie’s paradise. Evolving from traditional steakhouses and buffets, high-end restaurants and celebrity-chefs now occupy most of the dining options found both on and off the Strip. From Emeril and Wolfgang to Bobby Flay and Guy Fieri, there’s no shortage of can’t-miss eateries to put on your list! 

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Las Vegas is an ever-evolving tourist destination.

Take A Break is your ultimate guide to the perfect trips to recharge, rediscover yourself and your relationships and reengage with the world. We’ll cover shopping stops, great bars, restaurants worth your money, photo opportunities, memorable experiences and other important details you need before you book.

As the first-ever Las Vegas Grand Prix fast approaches, the global spotlight is on Sin City. The Formula One event is expected to attract more than 100,000 racing fans from around the world, with plans to keep them coming back year after year for at least the next decade.

The new annual event is part of the city’s continued foray into the sports world, which has seen the arrival of major NFL, NHL and WNBA franchises, and the proposed relocation of an MLB team. This rebranding of Vegas as a sports destination is sending a message to would-be visitors: The Gambling Capital of the World has so much more to offer beyond gambling.

Indeed, while I’ve enjoyed spending time at the blackjack tables during my six trips to the tourist hotspot, I find my favorite experiences tend to take place outside the casino floor.

To help you plan a non-gambling focused Vegas vacation, I’ve compiled some favorite restaurants, attractions and more highlights from Sin City.

Where To Stay

The hotel options in Las Vegas feel infinite. In fact, the city has about 150,000 hotel rooms.

My favorite hotel on the Strip is the Bellagio. It’s hard to beat the classic Vegas “Ocean’s Eleven” vibes, the epic flower displays, the Chihuly ceiling art and of course, the famous fountain show out front.

From left: Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, a room view and Chihuly glass ceiling.

I’ve had the opportunity to stay at the Cosmopolitan, where you can also enjoy views of the fountain show from certain rooms (and, as I learned from my vacation workout, certain treadmills at the fitness center). Another highlight of this hotel is the food hall , which boasts culinary delights like Tekka Bar handrolls, Lardo sandwiches, and a unique take on street meat from David Chang at Bāng Bar by Momofuku.

If you’re looking to really splash out, the Wynn and Encore are many Vegas fans’ go-to spots for luxury ― there’s even a golf course on site. For something newer, the massive Resorts World property opened in 2021.

What To Eat

In addition to the classic all-you-can-eat casino buffets (shout out to the top-notch ones at the Wynn, Caesars Palace and Cosmopolitan), Las Vegas features an ever-changing lineup of glitzy and more casual restaurants. But there are also some mainstays.

Peppermill Restaurant and Fireside Lounge is an iconic diner that’s been around for more than 50 years. The neon lights and big trees scream over-the-top Vegas cheesiness in the best way, and the food is genuinely good.

On my last visit, I went to Retro by Voltaggio , a new concept from Michael Voltaggio and Bryan Voltaggio that’s dripping with nostalgia. Think SpaghettiOs, pot roast and playful decor straight out of the ’80s and ’90s. I also tried Martha Stewart’s restaurant, The Bedford , which transports you to her New York farmhouse, and I got a taste of NYC with brunch at Sadelle’s .

From left: The "VoltaggiOs" at Retro by Voltaggio and the bread basket at The Bedford by Martha Stewart.

There are plenty of amazing restaurants off the Strip as well. I’m a fan of The Black Sheep and Salt & Spoon , plus Chinatown favorites like Chengdu Taste and Lamaii .

Earlier this year, my family scored a coveted reservation to Delilah , a buzzy lounge and supper club experience with live entertainment and a strict no-photo policy. For more casual sports bar vibes, I’ve also had a nice time at Flanker , which serves elevated game day food.

I recommend Mizumi and Wakuda for delicious Japanese food, and on a future visit, I hope to try Best Friend , The Mayfair , Amalfi , Matteo’s and Oyster Bar at Palace Station.

What To Drink

Of course, Vegas is famous for nightclubs like XS, Omnia and Marquee. But if you’re not the clubbing type, there are still tons of great places to grab a drink and enjoy a night out.

Sin City is home to many speakeasy-style bars, several of which are inside the Cosmopolitan. Ghost Donkey is located in the food hall, and specializes in tequila and mezcal, while The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails is actually located behind a functioning barbershop.

Ski Lodge similarly has a name that reveals its theme. And hungry night owls might be interested in the food-focused speakeasy: Secret Pizza .

From left: Park on Fremont, Flight Club and Flanker.

My two favorite places for cocktails in Las Vegas are in the Arts District. Velveteen Rabbit has a cozy atmosphere with mismatched antique furniture and dim lighting, as well as a nice patio outside. Conveniently located across the street is ReBAR , which is a kitschy dive bar that doubles as a vintage store.

For those who prefer to engage in an activity while they drink, Flight Club offers its “Social Darts” experience with a modern take on traditional bar darts and lots of sharable bites to sample with your drinks.

When you think of Las Vegas tourism, museums are probably not the first thing to come to mind, but there are some genuinely fun ones to explore.

The Punk Rock Museum just opened in April and offers guided tours led by some of the artists themselves. Grant Lawrence from The Smugglers and KJ Jansen from Chixdiggit shepherded my group through rooms of old posters, instruments, outfits and other memorabilia.

Like many Americans , I’m very interested in the British royals, so I loved the Princess Diana exhibit in the Shops at Crystals. The collection of her gowns, along with the miniature displays of more of her outfits, were particularly enjoyable. On my next trip, I’d like to see the Neon Museum and Mob Museum as well.

For a taste of old Vegas history, it’s interesting to venture over to Fremont Street and stroll around. Park on Fremont provides a nice oasis from the typical Vegas chaos with its cute butterfly-themed brunch in the garden.

From left: Princess Diana & The Royals: The Exhibition, The Magician's Study and The Punk Rock Museum.

Many tourists like to drive out into the desert to see the Seven Magic Mountains art installation or Hoover Dam . A closer photo opp would be the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign , or the indoor and outdoor gondola rides at the Venetian .

No Vegas visit is complete without seeing a show. Cirque du Soleil is always a classic, and I’ve had the chance to see Blue Man Group, plus concerts from Carrie Underwood and Taylor Swift in the past.

With the opening of the massive new Sphere venue , we can probably expect some innovative new shows in the future. And of course there are the increasing numbers of sports teams and one-off events moving to the desert.

On a smaller scale, I had a blast at The Magician’s Study , an intimate magic show in a secret location that requires a special codeword to attend. I’d describe the experience as part magic and part comedy show.

Needless to say, you don’t have to spend hours on a casino floor to have an action-packed trip to Las Vegas.

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The 9 Best All-Inclusive Resorts for Teens in 2023

Posted: November 15, 2023 | Last updated: November 15, 2023

All-inclusive vacations offer an enticing getaway for everyone, but many all-inclusive hotels and resorts are lacking when it comes to activities for older kids. Most options have amazing pools, golden beaches, and round-the-clock food and drink options, but they often fail to entertain the 12- to 17-year-old crowd with stimulating activities that keep their idle hands – and minds – busy.

Fortunately, some all-inclusive resorts go out of the way to offer attractive deals and packages along with innovative teen-friendly activities. While some of the best all-inclusive resorts for teens are in tropical locales with beach activities galore, others are in the mountains where older kids and teens can get their hands dirty and stay busy with outdoor recreation and sports.

If you're planning to travel with teens and leaning toward an all-inclusive vacation , these getaways should be high on your list.

Beaches Resorts: Jamaica; Turks and Caicos

Beaches Resorts are well known for upscale all-inclusive offerings, but few people know just how much these properties cater to teens. The resorts – which overlook the ocean in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos , as well as Ocho Rios and Negril in Jamaica – offer several unique amenities for older children who want to have fun, learn something new or mingle with their peers.

Options include an Island Impact program, which lets students volunteer in local communities while vacationing at Beaches Resorts; teens-only dance clubs; Xbox and arcade rooms; and teen spa experiences. Younger visitors can also hit the beach while on vacation and participate in unlimited scuba diving and other water sports, as well as land sports such as volleyball, basketball and golf. Recent travelers seem to agree that Beaches properties are great for teenagers due to the plethora of activities for the whole family, the diverse selection of dining options and the beauty of the destinations they are located in.

Moon Palace All-Inclusive Resorts: Jamaica; Cancun, Mexico

Moon Palace Resorts locations in Ocho Rios and Cancun offer an array of all-inclusive options for families with kids of all ages. Teens can soak up the sun along beautiful beaches or dive into the resorts' crystal-clear pools. They can participate in unlimited nonmotorized watersports and even try their hand at riding some waves at an on-site surf simulator. Moon Palace's resorts also offer the Wired Lounge, which is equipped with gaming stations and relaxation spaces where teens can mingle. Upscale family-friendly food options also cater to teens at Moon Palace, with fresh smoothies and plenty of opportunities for a healthy bite.

Moon Palace is set to open another family-friendly all-inclusive resort in Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic in late 2024. This property, situated alongside the stunning beaches of La Costa del Coco, will also offer amenities and activities for the whole family.

Read: The Top Cancun All-Inclusive Family Resorts

Royalton Bavaro Resort & Spa: Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

An all-inclusive getaway at Royalton Bavaro Resort & Spa is perfect for families with kids of all ages, including teenagers. Choose from several larger room options, including one- and two-bedroom suites with separate living space and small kitchenettes. The resort also has a teens-only club with space for hanging out, as well as table tennis and a rock climbing wall.

Visitors will also find a nine-hole mini-golf course, a meandering lazy river with a swim-up bar, several large pools and a FlowRider surf simulator. Recent guests were impressed by the beauty of Bavaro Beach, as well as the food options and the excellent service offered at the resort. The best part? Royalton Bavaro is less than 20 miles away from the Punta Cana International Airport.

Read: All-Inclusive Resorts With the Best Food

Woodloch Resort: Hawley, Pennsylvania

Teenagers are sure to enjoy a stay at Woodloch Resort in the Poconos for more reasons than one. This all-inclusive resort offers all kinds of entertainment each evening, from magicians and variety shows to comedians and live music. Activities offered on-site also run the gamut, including options like archery, baking wars, athletic competitions and scavenger hunts. There's even a petting zoo at the resort, plus a selection of swimming pools, a rock climbing wall, bumper boats, bumper cars and mini-golf.

Family-friendly room options are available at Woodloch, including guest rooms that sleep up to six people and a range of vacation rental homes. You can also choose from an included dining plan that comes with either two or three meals per day, based on your family's preferences and travel style. Travelers seem to agree that the resort is well-kept and that service is exceptional across the board; many say they'll come back due to selection of activities that make it easy to have fun with kids and create memories that last a lifetime.

Read: The Top All-Inclusive Resorts in the U.S.

Club Med Resorts: Caribbean; Mexico; Florida

Club Med resorts offer all-inclusive packages and amenities all over the world, as well as a range of programs created specifically for older children and teens. For the 11 to 17 crowd, Club Med offers Passworld spaces – customized areas for teens with sporting and artistic activities, dance floors, video games, and more. Club Med Punta Cana , Cancun Yucatan and Ixtapa Pacific also have teen clubs where kids can mingle and socialize with other travelers their age during their vacation. Teenagers at Club Med can also try their luck on the trapeze as they learn to balance and glide through the sky, or simply enjoy relaxing along the beach.

Recent travelers have said the properties seem well managed, and that they were impressed with the rooms and the food. Some also rave about the entertainment teams and how much fun they had with the on-site activities, including golf and trapeze.

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Mohonk Mountain House: New Paltz, New York

If you're looking for a family-friendly all-inclusive vacation that's far from ordinary, consider the Mohonk Mountain House nestled in the Hudson Valley. Surrounded by 40,000 acres of forest and protected wildlife, the hotel offers teens a natural escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. The property's teen program, designed for kids ages 13 to 17, includes tomahawk throwing, mountain bike tours, hiking, disc golf and more.

Along with benefits and amenities for teens, this property also promises healthy farm-to-table dining options for the whole family, endless lake and outdoor activities, a heated indoor pool, golf with green fees included, and yoga and meditation classes. Lodging options can also appeal to families with kids and teens who want their own space: For example, the resort has family suites with up to three rooms and multiple layouts to choose from. Traveler-favorite attractions and features at this property include the stunning lake and mountain views, the excellent service, and the delicious food.

Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach Resort: Cancun, Mexico

The Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach Resort in Cancún has one of the best beachfronts in the entire region due to its location at the north end of the city's Hotel Zone and the partial shelter it receives from nearby Isla Mujeres . Not only that, but the resort offers several room options that make sense for families traveling with kids, including penthouses and oceanfront suites with up to four bedrooms.

Families with teenagers will love the fact they can order room service 24 hours a day, or have food and drinks delivered directly to their loungers at the beach or one of the stunning pools. Teens can also access unlimited nonmotorized water sports, such as kayaking, paddleboarding and snorkeling. With its ideal location, the Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach Resort is great for families who want to leave the resort with their teens to experience local entertainment and nightlife. Recent visitors have said the food at this property is amazing, and most tend to agree that the resort's French restaurant Le Basilic left a lasting impression.

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Read: The Top All-Inclusive Caribbean Resorts for Families

Grand Velas Resorts: Mexico

Grand Velas luxury resorts in Riviera Maya , Riviera Nayarit and Los Cabos offer tailored teen clubs and spa treatments for ages 13 to 18. The clubs feature extensive game rooms with Xbox Kinect, pool tables, air hockey, pingpong and more, along with karaoke sets and a dance floor. Teens who need a break from parents while on vacation can mingle with new friends and enjoy teen-friendly snacks and mocktails while taking in panoramic ocean views along the beach. Plus, teenagers who want to relax can enjoy leisure activities like a spa day, complete with a new hairstyle, a manicure, a pedicure and hydrotherapy (for an additional charge).

While Grand Velas properties are located in stunning beachfront locations, the feature that impresses travelers the most seems to be the food. Recent visitors have said dining options offered at all three properties were both delicious and healthy.

Vista Verde Guest Ranch: Clark, Colorado

This luxury guest ranch offers the perfect place for active families to get away, especially since there are so many unique activities to choose from. What you can do at the ranch varies by season. Summer is for horses, cookouts, hiking and barn dances, whereas winter is for sledding, sleigh rides, hot tubs and hot chocolate. The all-inclusive ranch even offers a tween club for ages 11 to 13 and a teen club for ages 14 to 17, both of which include a range of group activities like horseback riding, cow herding, paddleboarding and late-night bonfires.

Many larger lodging options at the ranch can work well for families, including rustic cabins with up to four bedrooms. Travelers have said they bring their kids here due to the many family-friendly amenities and features at the property – plus the fact that they can participate in activities like hiking, fishing, white-water rafting and archery right alongside their children.

Read: The Best Dude Ranch Vacations in the U.S.

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My family spent 5 days in Las Vegas for my grandma's birthday. Our multigenerational group ranged from 27 to 91, and it was so worth it.

  • I recently went on a trip to Las Vegas with family members ranging from 27 to 91. 
  • We were grateful we thought ahead and made dinner reservations for each night of our trip.
  • Splitting up during the day was the best way for us all to do the things we wanted.

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When my grandmother proposed a girls' trip to Las Vegas to celebrate her 91st birthday, I knew I had to go with my mom, three of my aunts, and my cousin.

With a slightly big group, a wide age range from 27 to 91, and different experience levels — it was my first time, but my aunts and mom are pretty much Vegas insiders — we had to put in some effort to pull the trip off. 

Here are a few things we learned on our multigenerational trip.

With a big group, it was nice to have things scheduled at the end of the day

There are so many great restaurants in Vegas , with a variety of food that anyone could enjoy.

But with a group of seven, we needed to plan ahead and make reservations. Everything else in the day up until then was more of a choose-your-own-adventure vibe. 

One night, we planned to try out the incredible Asian-inspired dishes at Tao, and another night, we opted for Italian-inspired food with a view of the Bellagio fountains at Lago.

I loved trying all the different foods and ending the night with shared desserts.

Las Vegas is a unique and historic place for a reason — there's a lot to see and take in

The city is truly alive at all hours of the day.

We loved standing outside the Bellagio fountains and watching the shows every 15 minutes. The exhibit in the Bellagio Conservatory was another must. On our trip, it was set up as harvest scenes, with beautiful lights, sounds, and fall-themed scents. 

We also landed in Las Vegas a few days after the Sphere opened, so we had to see what the hype was about .

I could've spent the whole day just watching the LED lights change from Halloween scenes to the phases of the moon to ads for upcoming movies and TV shows.

Accessibility was a top priority for my family, and Vegas delivered

Las Vegas is largely an accessible and walkable city with clear paths, elevators, and walkways for mobility, which was essential for my family.

The hotel we stayed at provided my grandmother with a walker and a wheelchair at her request. She was able to move around fairly quickly and not miss out on any of the excitement. 

It was easiest for us to split up during the days

Because of our group's wide age range, we had to be conscious of how people wanted to plan their days. There was a mix of things on our to-do lists, from spending time at the casinos and relaxing by the hotel pool to going for walks on the Strip. 

To make things easier, we broke off into groups based on what people were interested in.

One day, my cousin and I enjoyed visiting MeowWolf's Omega Mart , an interactive art installation that looks like a grocery store. Reading all the humorous labels on the fake groceries, climbing through secret tunnels, and exploring the exhibit was fun for us, but we knew it wasn't for everyone. 

Vegas was a great location for our multigenerational trip

No matter your age, there's something to do in Las Vegas, whether it's seeing a show, trying your luck at table games, or taking in the sunshine.

I was fortunate to go on this unconventional girls' trip with my relatives to celebrate my grandmother, and we all found fun and exciting things to do.

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The 50 Best Places to Travel in 2024

Where to go in 2024, according to Travel + Leisure editors — for cultural immersion and major travel bragging rights.

Since 1971, Travel + Leisure editors have followed one mission: to inform, inspire, and guide travelers to have deeper, more meaningful experiences. T+L's editors have traveled to countries all over the world, having flown, sailed, road tripped, and taken the train countless miles. They've visited small towns and big cities, hidden gems and popular destinations, beaches and mountains, and everything in between. With a breadth of knowledge about destinations around the globe, air travel, cruises, hotels, food and drinks, outdoor adventure, and more, they are able to take their real-world experience and provide readers with tried-and-tested trip ideas, in-depth intel, and inspiration at every point of a journey.

Well, you knew it was coming. This year, more than 20 Travel + Leisure staffers weighed in to create this hand-picked list of the places that thoughtful, curious travelers should consider in 2024.

These are the destinations that have captured our imaginations, the spots where T+L editors want to spend their own time in the year ahead. Among the picks are Canada's Métis Crossing, which headlined our October 2023 issue ; Istanbul, for which our editor in chief makes a compelling case ; and Paris, because there's a little thing called Les Jeux Olympiques coming up.

Other, lesser-known places are on the rise. Consider the small towns of Sonoma County, where new businesses are doing big things ; a remote corner of Australia, where expedition ships are the way in; a Himalayan hideaway where visitors are left breathless and not just because of the altitude.

We hope this list inspires you to see the world in a new way in the coming year. We'll see you out there.

— Edited by Paul Brady and Maya Kachroo-Levine  

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For cultural immersion, ålborg, denmark.

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It rates as Denmark’s fourth-largest city, with around 120,000 residents, but out-of-the-way Ålborg might seem an unlikely international-travel hub. That's not stopping Scandinavian Airlines, which is betting on the compact, alluring city with newly launched flights from Newark Liberty International, which will run three times a week from April through October. The cobbled streets of Ålborg’s old town are lined with half-timbered houses and pastel exteriors; the attractively refurbished waterfront — where you’ll find the newly renovated Pier 5 Hotel — is another walkable district. The city’s rich cultural scene includes a modern art museum , an architecture center, and, a short drive away, Regan Vest , a Cold War museum that opened in a former bunker in February 2023. Indeed, Ålborg is a gateway to the wider region of North Jutland, with its dramatic coastline around the town of Skagen, long a draw to Danish artists; windswept dunes of Thy National Park ; and 2,000-year-old Viking ring fortresses which have, at long last, been collectively designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site . — Peter Terzian

Cartagena, Colombia

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A perennially hot destination, Colombia is coming into its own as a luxury escape these days, thanks to a ton of excitement in and around Cartagena, on the country’s Caribbean coast. In 2023, the city welcomed Casa Pestagua , a 16-room boutique hotel within a restored 17th-century building, in the historic center. Now, the same owners are working to open bungalows on Isla Barú, a popular day-trip spot, before the end of 2023. Sustainability minded travelers can find their fit at Blue Apple Beach , an eco-hotel on Tierra Bomba Island, just off the coast, that’s B Corp certified and generates half its power from solar, as T+L recently reported . In 2024, Disney's “Encanto”-themed tour of Colombia will debut, shining more light on Cartagena, one of the many stops on the itinerary. And there’s even more growth in the pipeline: Delta Air Lines is adding new nonstop flights to Cartagena from Atlanta in December 2023, a Four Seasons hotel is on the horizon, and the nation is investing in an airport expansion that will serve an ever-increasing number of visitors. — Susmita Baral

Eastern & Oriental Express, a Belmond Train

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After a four-year pause, this luxury train that crisscrosses Southeast Asia will ride again in February. Several new itineraries will be available on the revamped Express, which has 15 cherry wood–clad cabins and vibrant Malay-inspired decor. The Essence of Malaysia journey, for example, takes travelers from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur, with side trips to Langkawi, for snorkeling in Pulau Payar Marine Park, and Penang, among the greatest food cities on the planet. Alternatively, a Wild Malaysia option includes a stop at Taman Negara National Park, where visitors might spot a Sumatran rhino or tiger. “These ‘slow travel’ journeys give our guests the opportunity to rest their mind, rekindle, and reconnect,” said Dan Ruff, the CEO of Belmond. Much like a storied ocean liner, the majestic Eastern & Oriental Express is a destination unto itself, with a sultry piano bar car; an open-air lounge with wicker furniture where passengers can watch the Malaysian jungle rush by; and two restaurant carriages serving Peranakan food. You may not have had "eating laksa on a luxury train" on your 2024 bingo card, but you really should. — Maya Kachroo-Levine

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For one month between June and July, soccer — or should we say fußball — will take over Germany, as the nation hosts the 2024 UEFA European Football Championship. Held every four years, the tournament for men’s national teams will take place in 10 cities across Germany, including Berlin, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, and Munich. “This will be an incredible, not-to-be-missed moment,” said Sofia Markovich , a travel advisor on T+L's A-List who specializes in Austria and Germany. “I expect interest to go through the roof as this is a major sports event — second only to the World Cup.” Even casual fans should find the atmosphere thrilling, Markovich said, particularly those who happen to pass through game-day destinations while cruising the country’s rivers . One host city deserves a particular spotlight thanks to the new Rosewood Munich , which opened in October. Set across two buildings (one, formerly the headquarters of the State Bank of Bavaria, the other, a Baroque residence), the 132-key property is steps from the charms of Old Town, including the leafy Maximiliansplatz, and walkable to one of Europe’s most surprising surf spots: the rapids of the Isar River . — Liz Cantrell

Métis Crossing, Alberta

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“This is not a place where you look at old things behind glass,” said Juanita Marois, the CEO of Métis Crossing, one of Canada’s most compelling Indigenous tourism projects. “This is an immersive destination where you experience the culture and the warmth of the Métis people through our land, water, skies, buildings, food, and programs.” The 688-acre retreat, which writer Carleigh Baker detailed in T+L’s October 2023 issue , is today home to a 40-room lodge, a cultural center, and campgrounds. Depending on the season, visitors can learn about traditional crafts, enjoy festivals held on-site, or head out for bird-watching, canoeing, or snowshoeing. A new addition to Métis Crossing is a collection of eight Sky Watching Domes , luxe stand-alone suites with panoramic skylight windows. From the Domes, Marois explained, “guests can listen to Indigenous stories of the night skies, see the stars, and view the aurora borealis." — Jalyn Robinson

Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park, Georgia

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It’s not every day the U.S. gets a new national park, but 2024 could see this central Georgia destination enter the fold. Presently managed as a national historical park, Ocmulgee is home to large earthen mounds, including temple complexes, created by numerous Native American peoples over thousands of years. Should Congress approve the new designation in 2024, Ocmulgee will become the first national park in the state and the first in the U.S. to be co-managed by a nation whose ancestors were removed from the area: the Muscogee (Creek) were forcibly relocated from central Georgia as a result of the Indian Removal Act of 1830. “We now have an opportunity to come back and not feel like we are visiting, but to feel like we are coming home,” said Tracie Revis, a member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and the director of advocacy for the Ocmulgee National Park & Preserve Initiative, a community group. The gateway to the park is the city of Macon, where the Muscogee (Creek) Nation flag flies alongside the Stars and Stripes, and the street signs are being replaced with ones written in both Muscogee and English. A particularly opportune time to visit will be in September, for the town’s annual Indigenous film festival . — Liz Cantrell  

Rajasthan, India

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India’s northwestern state of Rajasthan, with its wealth of iconic hotels and cultural attractions, is one of the best-known among U.S. travelers. It also promises new delights in the coming year, with several new addresses in Jaipur worth planning a trip around. There's Villa Palladio , a delightful nine-room hotel on the outskirts of town created by the Swiss-Dutch team behind Bar Palladio , an Instagram favorite in the city center. The Johri is a beautifully designed five-room property with a chic cocktail bar and organic vegetarian restaurant on the ground level, tucked away in a heritage townhouse in Jaipur's Old Town. Meanwhile, the Anantara hospitality group is set to launch its first-ever property in India next year. The 150-room, new-build Anantara Jaipur Hotel is designed with India's ballooning market for destination weddings in mind: it will have event facilities that can accommodate as many as 2,500 guests. In the meantime, the city and wider region are becoming more accessible than ever, thanks to a new six-lane expressway that connects Jaipur to New Delhi, a major hub for international flights. — Flora Stubbs

Shinta Mani Mustang, Nepal

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A once-forbidden kingdom is now home to some truly palatial digs. Nepal’s Mustang district, which opened to outsiders in 1992 , is a place to watch in 2024 thanks to this stunning, 29-suite hotel, which welcomed its first guests in August. Shinta Mani Mustang, the latest property from the Bensley Collection, delivers the luxurious wellness experiences and thoughtful design that devotees of the brand have come to expect. Guests can spend their days trekking the surrounding Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges, searching for rare wildlife like the Pallas’s cat and Tibetan wolf, horseback riding, and visiting local villages. “What caught my attention was that the outstanding aesthetics and architecture are in sync with sustainable and responsible tourism,” said Carole Cambata, an advisor on T+L's A-List and expert in Himalayan travel. “They sourced local building materials and used Indigenous construction methods.” The noteworthy opening comes at a time of positive change: in April, the Nepal Mountaineering Academy and the Nepal Tourism Board partnered on a program to educate the country’s first-ever class of LGBTQ+ trekking guides, CNN reported , in an effort to make Nepal’s hiking and climbing industries more inclusive. “Nepal is one of Asia’s most progressive countries for LGBTQ+ people due to laws that forbid gender identity discrimination,” said John Clifford , another A-List advisor. “Visitors to the country can even select ‘other’ as an option for gender identification on their visas.” — Samantha Falewée

Tallinn, Estonia

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This country’s literacy and secondary education rates consistently rank near the top in Europe, especially among women, so it should come as no surprise that Tartu, the university city to the southeast of Tallinn, has been designated Europe’s Capital of Culture for 2024 . Still, for first-timers to the Baltics, there’s no better place to get schooled than the country’s capital city, Tallinn: its walled Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the best-preserved examples of Medieval architecture in the world. PoCo Art Museum , which opened in May with pop art by Andy Warhol, Banksy, David Hockney, and Jeff Koons, is now one of nearly 50 art institutions in the city, joining Fotografiska (world-renowned photography), Kumu Art Museum (contemporary Estonian art), and Kadriorg Art Museum (early European and Russian art). After soaking in the culture, head for the Noblessner district , an industrial shipyard area turned seafront hot spot that’s now bursting with stylish cafes, shops, and Estonia’s first restaurant with two Michelin stars, 180° by Matthias Diethe . (You might also try a “ smoke sauna ” at Scandi-chic Iglupark .) As for where to stay, the new Nunne Boutique Hotel has views over Old Town’s Towers Square . —  Nina Ruggiero

Warsaw, Poland

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The thriving contemporary art scene in Warsaw, which is home to art-circuit stalwarts like the Foksal Gallery Foundation and Raster Gallery , will get a big boost in 2024, when the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw finally moves into its own headquarters. Founded in 2005, the museum has burnished the city’s art reputation for two decades, with its holdings of both foreign and Polish work, despite operating out of temporary spaces. The new HQ will be part of a 22-acre arts district centered on the existing Palace of Culture and Science, a Stalinist skyscraper that towers over the city. The museum, along with a new 800-seat TR Warszaw Theater nearby, was designed by Thomas Phifer and Partners , the architecture firm behind other notable institutions, including the Glenstone Museum in Maryland and portions of New York’s Corning Museum of Glass . — Denny Lee

For the Food and Drinks

The austrian countryside.

Journey south of Vienna and you’ll find two of the regions that give the countryside of Austria its fairy-tale quality. Styria has rolling hills and hiking trails, with the medieval city of Graz at its heart. Mellow, rural Burgenland is home to Lake Neusiedl, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Both regions have a long, rich history of winemaking, and in recent years, have become the site of a burgeoning natural wine scene. Cult producers such as Winery Maria and Sepp Muster and Alice & Roland Tauss should be at the top of any visitor’s list, as should Burgenland’s beloved vintners Gut Oggau and Meinklang . Then, round out a visit to the country with a stay at Rosewood Schloss Fuschl , a meticulously restored 15th-century castle opening on the shores of a small lake near Salzburg in spring 2024. — Peter Terzian

Mérida, Mexico

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The capital of Yucatán, this city has long been popular with Mexican travelers drawn to its Maya ruins, cerulean-blue cenotes, restored haciendas, and incredible food . But it has a growing acclaim among international visitors — especially LGBTQ+ travelers, who often describe Yucatán as very gay friendly . Mérida’s historic beauty and laid-back cantina culture might explain why LGBTQ+ retirees have embraced the city in recent years, buying homes and bringing their friends along. Those not ready to make a full-on move will find lots of designer hotels carved out of stately mansions, not to mention wonderful shopping and plenty of food tours, both in the city and in the surrounding countryside, which is punctuated by haciendas, many of which host pop-up events or even overnight guests. Plans for a sprawling new “ Yucatán Central Park ,” with a food market and amphitheater, remain hazy, as does an exact timeline for the arrival of the ballyhooed Maya Train , which is nearing completion and should make it easier to hop between Mérida and popular seaside spots such as Cancún and Tulum. — Denny Lee

Sonoma County, California

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More than double the size of Napa, Sonoma might offer twice as much to do. It’s not just about the wine — though with the addition of a new American Viticultural Area (AVA) in Petaluma last year, Sonoma now has 19 AVAs slinging chardonnay, pinot noir, and zinfandel at established wineries, such as Flowers and Scribe , and new ones, including Vérité Wines . There’s also a long coastline to explore, from Bodega Bay up to Sea Ranch, where the dreamy, cliff-top Sea Ranch Lodge is newly renovated , and Dillon Beach Resort just added new tiny homes along the water. Inland, the opening of Dawn Ranch shines a spotlight on Guerneville , a crunchy town along the Russian River known for its LGBTQ+ scene and proximity to the Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve. Tear yourself from the 22-acre haven, with tree house–like cabins, creekside glamping tents, and alfresco redwood tubs at the idyllic spa, to bike into town where the reimagined Piknik Market serves one of Oprah’s favorite biscuits . The changes coming to Sonoma County in 2024 are largely shaped by the area’s most famous chefs: in Healdsburg, California, Noma alum Stu Stalker debuted the plant-based restaurant Second Story, above Little Saint and down the street from Michelin three-starred SingleThread and chef Dustin Valette’s The Matheson . Restaurant powerhouse Charlie Palmer plans to launch his hotel brand, Appellation , in Healdsburg by the end of next year. — Maya Kachroo-Levine

For Big-city Thrills

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“It’s a classic Asian megacity: frenetic, neon-lit, and overwhelming to the senses,” said Jack Tydeman , a Southeast Asia specialist at Audley Travel and member of T+L's A-List. But change is coming to Bangkok, in the form of many megaprojects, including Dusit Central Park, which is slated to open in 2024, with the 259-room Dusit Thani Bangkok Hotel and a multi-terraced roof park. Also coming soon will be King Rama IX Memorial Park, a park that honors the sustainability initiatives of the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej. Meanwhile, Lumpini Park , Bangkok’s original public green space, is getting a massive refresh next year that will add a new food hall, a vegetable farm, and a sports club ahead of its centennial. Even while sprinting to finish these new developments, Bangkok is finding time to slow down and prioritize wellness. Luxury travel network Virtuoso recently named Thailand as just one of five “emerging self-care destinations” worldwide, noting that “travelers are seeking a more spiritual journey, turning to Thailand for more than the traditional Thai massage.” The forthcoming Aman Nai Lert Bangkok , slated for 2024, is sure to deliver, with 52 spacious suites overlooking Nai Lert Park and a multifloor wellness sanctuary. — Susmita Baral

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The year ahead has the Land set to shine, thanks to national and international events, world-class cultural expansions, and the rebirth of historic hotels. It all starts in April, when the NCAA Women’s Final Four comes to the state-of-the-art Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse and a total solar eclipse sweeps over the city on April 8, 2024. Cleveland will see even more action when the Pan-American Masters Games crisscross the city July 12-21. And in November, The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, which was held in Brooklyn in 2023, will return home. Meanwhile, many institutions are in the midst of revitalization. The Cleveland Museum of Natural History is nearing completion of its multiyear $150-million expansion, with updated exhibits and new public spaces in University Circle. Karamu House , the nation’s oldest Black producing theater, will debut a new restaurant, outdoor stage, and an additional venue in the Fairfax neighborhood. The city’s oldest hotel will reopen in 2024 after extensive renovations as a Marriott Autograph Collection called Hotel Cleveland. Also coming is the Fidelity Hotel, a new boutique property with a speakeasy that's slated to launch in a landmark building downtown. There’s development along the Cuyahoga River and Lake Erie, too, where paved hiking and biking trails are livening up a waterfront that has, for many decades, been underutilized. — Jennifer Salerno Yong

Fort Worth, Texas

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Offering classic Western experiences like bull riding, cattle drives, and stock shows, Fort Worth, Texas, is booming, bringing in $3 billion in tourism revenue last year alone. With all of the renewed interest in the city, luxury hotels are flocking to Cowtown’s Cultural District. The Crescent Hotel, Fort Worth opened in October, home to the first-ever wellness club by Canyon Ranch and a Mediterranean restaurant by Food Network chef Preston Paine. Bowie House, Auberge Resorts Collection , is slated to open its doors December 2023, with a tree-lined pool terrace, chic spa, and upscale chophouse called Bricks and Horses. Walking distance from both hotels is The National Cowgirl Museum , which will run a 2024 exhibit honoring the Mexican female horseback riding tradition of escaramuza charra . Looking ahead, the National Juneteenth Museum is scheduled to open in the city’s Historic Southside neighborhood in 2025. — Mariah Tyler

Turkey’s style capital is seeing a resurgence of life along the Bosphorus, thanks in part to the Galataport, the world’s first underground cruise ship terminal with a pedestrian promenade and the Renzo Piano–designed Istanbul Museum of Modern Art just above. Another neighborhood anchor is the 177-room Peninsula Hotel , spread out over four buildings, three of which date to the early 1900s. Highlights include a glittering pool facing the Hagia Sophia; a sprawling, subterranean spa; and Gallada, a rooftop restaurant from whiz kid chef Fatih Tutak, whose eponymous restaurant is Turkey’s first to earn two Michelin stars. The hotel staff wears posh uniforms courtesy of Arzu Kaprol, a designer who has a boutique in the nearby Paket Postanesi, a historic post office turned chic shopping mall. Also on the waterfront, in Beşiktaş, the lavish Çırağan Palace Kempinski has been reimagined by local interior designer Serdar Gülgün, with rooms that lean into Ottoman-era grandeur (think tulip-pattern motifs and mother-of-pearl furniture). Finally, don’t miss The Basilica Cistern, open again after a five-year closure, and now hosting contemporary art exhibits amid the ancient columns. — Jacqui Gifford

Kansas City, Missouri

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World famous for barbecue and jazz, KC is now staking a claim as a global leader in sports and entertainment — and not just because of Taylor and Travis . In March, the Kansas City Current, of the National Women's Soccer League, will open the first-ever purpose-built stadium for women’s pro sports. “It will be a destination for sports lovers and will inspire generations of girls to follow their dreams,” said Katie Mabry van Dieren, CEO and curator of The Strawberry Swing , a brand that organizes events and pop-ups in the city, as well as Shop Local KC , a string of boutiques. The stadium’s construction has spurred other developments around the city, including the forthcoming Origen Hotel KC , a 118-room boutique property; the massive Berkley Beer Garden; and an extension of the free KC Streetcar that will serve the Berkley Riverfront area. Also coming soon is the country’s first entertainment district of its kind, the Rock Island Bridge , a reclaimed rail crossing over the Kansas River. “Visitors will be able to enjoy two levels of entertainment with food from two restaurants and three bars, plus a covered event space with a dance floor and open veranda seating overlooking the river and city,” a source told T+L of the High Line–inspired project that will connect Kansas City, Missouri, and Kansas City, Kansas. — Jalyn Robinson

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Just when you think Sin City can’t get any bigger, louder, or glitzier, Las Vegas turns it up another notch. On the heels of blockbuster residencies from Adele , Katy Perry, and Lady Gaga, U2 kicked off their inaugural stint at the long-anticipated Sphere this fall. Filmmaker Darren Aronofsky’s immersive sci-fi production “Postcard from Earth” will also show off the new arena’s 16K LED display, beginning this fall and continuing through 2024. Formula 1 and Netflix’s Formula 1: Drive to Survive captured a growing American audience for the international racing circuit, and the Las Vegas Grand Prix will hit The Strip Nov. 16-18, 2023, and again Nov. 21-23, 2024. It won’t be the only megaevent on the sports calendar: Las Vegas will host Super Bowl LVIII on Feb. 11, 2024, at Allegiant Stadium, marking the first time the game will take place in Nevada. Still not enough? The 67-story Fontainebleau Las Vegas will open in December with 3,700 rooms and a ton of buzzy restaurants, including a Casa Dragones Tasting Room and a Chinese noodle den from the restaurateur behind Wagamama and Hakkasan. — Elizabeth Rhodes

Louisville, Kentucky

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The Kentucky Derby will celebrate its 150th anniversary on May 4, 2024, as well as the debut of the redesigned Churchill Downs Paddock, which is coming off a multiyear, $200-million renovation. Those that can’t make race day can brush up on the event’s history and culture year-round at the Kentucky Derby Museum , which has interactive exhibits on subjects like Black horsemen’s contributions to racing . Continue on theme at Derby City Hotel, a Canopy by Hilton property, which will open in downtown Louisville this summer with 168 rooms plus a rooftop pool and bar, or opt for another new property, such as The Myriad Hotel, Common Bond Hotel Collection , or the trendy Hotel Genevieve by Bunkhouse Group. Also coming in 2024 is “Ali,” a musical about the Louisville icon, which opens at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts in the fall. There’s news on the spirits scene, too, including the launch of Bourbon and Belonging – Kentucky’s Queer Bourbon Week, a statewide celebration running Oct. 3-6, 2024, that will have events in Louisville and beyond. — Elizabeth Rhodes

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As close as you can get to Europe without the transatlantic flight, this island city of nearly 2 million is newly relevant in the year ahead, thanks to forward-thinking infrastructure that’s made it one of the greenest and most visitor-friendly spots in North America. The Réseau Express Métropolitain, or REM, is a new automated light rail system that Canada’s Globe and Mail calls “ Montreal’s biggest public transit project in more than half a century ,” with a growing number of stations coming online in the years ahead. (All of them are or will be “ universally accessible .”) The Grand Quay, the city-center pier that many cruise ships use, has a new attraction in the form of the Port of Montreal Tower , a blocky observation spire that echoes the look of the famed Habitat 67 nearby. Meanwhile, the city’s bike-sharing program, Bixi, which launched back in 2009, is still going strong and now offers an all-you-can-bike monthly pass for just $14 that makes using the system a no brainer; the city’s 560 miles of bike lanes help, too. The recently renovated Vogue Hotel Montreal Downtown, Curio Collection by Hilton , and the new-in-2023 Honeyrose Hotel, Montreal, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel , join the four-year-old Four Seasons in adding a touch of luxury that had, perhaps, been missing in the heart of the city. That said, Montreal has more than 24,000 hotel rooms — and plenty of Airbnbs — across the metro area, which will make it an ideal last-minute destination for eclipse watchers who want to be in the path of totality on April 8. — Paul Brady

When Paris hosts 329 distinct sporting events next summer, the whole city will be on display: the first-ever Olympic Games breakdancing competition will be at Place de la Concorde; beach volleyball courts will skirt the Eiffel Tower; and the opening ceremony’s Parade of Nations will sail down the Seine River. The host city of the 2024 Summer Olympic Games (July 26-August 11) and Paralympic Games (August 28-September 8) will welcome visitors with a flurry of new hotels and restaurants. Chateau des Fleurs is an extravagant new stay in the eighth arrondissement with 19th-century style and an haute Korean restaurant. Celebrated hotel designer Martin Brudnizki just unveiled two projects : the 50-room Grand Mazarin , in the Marais, and La Fantaisie in the ninth. And the hoteliers behind the Hôtel Dame Des Arts , which appeared on T+L’s 2023 It List , unveiled their train-themed Hôtel des Grand Voyageurs in Saint-Germain-des-Prés in October. The legacy establishments have new life, too: Hotel Plaza Athénée , named the best hotel in Paris by T+L readers, has a French restaurant, Jean Imbert au Plaza Athénée, which recently scored two Michelin stars, to say nothing of the property’s brand-new Dior Spa. And the sumptuous La Tour d’Argent restaurant just got a sensational facelift. Meanwhile, “numerous museums and institutions will host sports-related exhibitions, films, performances, workshops, and kids’ programming throughout the summer,” writer Lindsey Tramuta reported in T+L’s November 2023 issue. For those in need of a sports break, La Galerie Dior and Fragonard Musée du Parfum are two new additions to the scene worth checking out. — Maya Kachroo-Levine

For Moments on the Water

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Cruising is back in a big way, and Alaska's Inside Passage is leading the charge. In 2023, the state saw ships including Regent’s Seven Seas Explorer and Carnival’s Luminosa for the first time, while Royal Caribbean recently sent Brilliance of the Seas north for the first time in years. The new Klawock port, on Prince of Wales Island, is poised to welcome large ships in the 2024 season with food and retail outposts, exhibits detailing Indigenous culture and history, and nature trails. Skagway, a well-known port that’s home to Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park and the scenic White Pass and Yukon Route Railway, is getting a 550-foot floating pier, which will allow the port to host two megaships simultaneously beginning in the 2024 season. Lately, that season has been getting longer: most companies run trips May to September, but Norwegian Cruise Line had October sailings in 2023, which gave passengers a look at Alaskan life during a quieter season. Considering Alaska is projected to notch 1.65 million cruise travelers on around 700 voyages this year, opting for a shoulder season trip in 2024 might not be a bad idea. —  Nina Ruggiero

Coastal Norway

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Long known for its cutting-edge design and architectural marvels like the Oslo Opera House, Norway has lately doubled down on building big. “Over the last few years, we’ve seen a surge in new attractions,” confirmed Katrine Mosfjeld, the chief marketing officer for Visit Norway. In seaside Oslo, the new luxury hotel Sommero is a study in adaptive reuse, inside a landmark building from 1930 originally designed by famed Norwegian architects Andreas Bjercke and Georg Eliassen. Four hours southwest, in Kristiansand, the Kunstsilo , or Art Silo, is another repurposed wonder: the one-time industrial complex will reemerge in 2024 as a museum devoted to Nordic modernist art. Up the coast, in Bergen, Iris Expedition Dining is a new tasting-menu destination located in Hardangerfjord, inside a floating sculpture known as the Salmon Eye. North of the Arctic Circle, the long-awaited Six Senses Svart promises to be one of the hottest openings anywhere when it finally debuts. The ring-shaped resort, at the base of the Svartisen glacier, aims to be off-grid, carbon-neutral, and emissions-free, with a zero-waste dining program and a “design lab,” as the hotel calls it, meant to foster further innovation. — Taylor McIntyre

Douro River, Portugal

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As recently as a decade ago, almost nobody was talking about wine tourism in Portugal. These days, “you have to see the Douro River,” said Sheree M. Mitchell , a T+L A-List advisor based in the country and the president of Immersa Global. “It’s non-negotiable.” Mitchell’s preferred way to do it is on a yacht charter, which gives guests the chance to spend a few hours or days hitting quintas , or wine estates, and dining at Michelin-starred restaurants like Castas e Pratos . Cruises are a more affordable option, and lines are expanding their presence on the river, which cuts across Spain and Northern Portugal before reaching the Atlantic in the city of Porto. Tauck , a favorite among T+L readers, unveiled the Andorinha in 2021, which will sail 33 wine-country itineraries in 2024. Another T+L reader favorite, Viking, will have four ships on the Douro in the year ahead, visiting towns such as Peso da Régua and Pinhão, in the heart of port country. And AmaWaterways recently announced a special November 2024 departure that will “explore the history of the Black and African diaspora in Lisbon and along Portugal's stunning Douro River,” according to the brand. — Maya Kachroo-Levine

Faroe Islands

This remote, starkly beautiful archipelago in the North Atlantic just got way more accessible. Summer 2023 saw Atlantic Airways launch nonstop flights from New York Stewart International, 70 miles north of New York City, to Vágar Airport, in the islands. “This direct flight is not only about easier transport to our great ocean nation, but a means of creating a bridge between two worlds,” Jóhanna á Bergi, CEO of Atlantic Airways, told T+L. The news seems to have been warmly received by U.S. travelers. Melissa Lee , a Northern Europe specialist on T+L’s A-List said she has seen an uptick in interest in the Faroes. "Previously, you could only get there from Copenhagen, or Reykjavik, Iceland.” Once there, a world of adventure awaits, with activities including cold-water surfing , traditional knitting , and hiking to places such as Sørvágsvatn, the so-called lake above the ocean . Then there’s the top-flight dining: the restaurant Roks in Tórshavn, the Faroe Islands’ capital, is an offshoot of Koks, the Michelin two-starred restaurant in Greenland which is presently on hiatus. — Liz Cantrell

Kimberley, Australia

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This destination in northwest Australia, also called The Kimberleys, is home to ancient wonders: dinosaur tracks; striated geological formations, some 350 million years old, known as Bungle Bungles; waterfalls and reefs that seem unmoored from time; and Aboriginal history from what some call the world’s oldest continuous culture . Lately, though, some of the world’s top cruise lines have caught on to all the upside and are racing to offer thrilling expedition-style itineraries that combine all this history with modern-day adventures, such as sightseeing flights by helicopter, paddling, Zodiac tours, scuba diving, and cultural excursions. Silversea will have its Silver Cloud in the region from May through September, doing 10- to 17-day trips, with a maximum of 200 passengers. Seabourn is also bullish on the destination, and its newest expedition ship, the 132-suite Seabourn Pursuit , will spend June, July, and August cruising the region. (Both lines are perennial favorites among T+L readers .) Also operating on this remarkable stretch of coast are several Australian companies , including Coral Expeditions and True North Adventure Cruises , as well as private yacht charters like those organized by Yotspace . — Paul Brady

The Mississippi River

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New ships are bringing fresh interest to one of America’s most storied waterways, meaning now’s the time to consider river cruising closer to home. “The Mississippi River is such an important part of American history,” said Adam Peakes, president of Hornblower Group, the parent company of American Queen Voyages. The line now has four ships on the Mississippi, which are already booking up for summer. “Many of our cabin categories are nearly at capacity almost a year in advance,” Peakes added. Other brands are also betting on the river: the Viking Mississippi launched in 2022, with 193 Scandi-chic suites, all with private verandas; American Cruise Lines has launched three new ships on the Mississippi in the past three years. There are new draws on land, too. In Memphis, the newly completed riverfront Tom Lee Park has an installation by artist Theaster Gates and a pavilion named for Tyre Nichols; the expansive riverfront attraction — a collaborative effort from Studio Gang, Scape Studio, and numerous other architectural and design firms — sits just south of Beale Street and is connected to the city via the River Line, a walking and cycling path. Meanwhile Natchez, Mississippi, is these days “filled with surprises, thanks in large part to a cohort of young natives who wandered away and then returned home with new ideas,” according to Southern Living ; come December, the town hosts holiday markets akin to those in Central Europe, as T+L recently reported . In St. Louis, the newest 21c Museum Hotel recently opened in a renovated, century-old YMCA building, with numerous permanent art installations as well as rotating shows and a beautiful, all-day cafe. And, of course, there’s always New Orleans . — Paul Brady

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Few voyages are as iconic as a transatlantic crossing aboard a Cunard ocean liner. So when the new Queen Anne departs Southampton, England, in May 2024, expectations will be sky-high for the first new Cunard ship to launch since the Queen Elizabeth in 2010. The 1,498-cabin vessel is slated to sail to Lisbon and will then spend its first summer in the Mediterranean. It will also represent an evolution for the 183-year-old brand: Queen Anne will have four new restaurants, including an omakase venue and an Indian dining room, alongside more familiar options such as the Princess Grill and Queens Grill, all overseen in partnership with U.K. chef Michel Roux, Jr. A top-deck wellness studio, with yoga and other fitness classes, will be another noteworthy addition to the ship. A third distinction: Queen Anne will be captained by Inger Klein Thorhauge, the first woman to hold that rank for Cunard. For all the new, some familiar traditions will remain, including proper high tea service and, naturally, an outpost of the Golden Lion pub pouring Cunard’s own microbrews. — Paul Brady

Seven Seas Grandeur

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Slated to launch in November 2023, Seven Seas Grandeur will be the sixth ship from Regent Seven Seas Cruises, a luxury line that T+L readers consistently say is one of their absolute favorites thanks to no-nonsense, all-inclusive pricing and fabulous suites. The newcomer will feature fresh takes on the elevated dining, shore excursions, and entertainment already found on ships such as Seven Seas Splendor and Seven Seas Explorer , said Andrea DeMarco, the brand’s president. “ Grandeur is inspired by our rich heritage, but we’re reimagining signature restaurants and offering 15 exceptional suite categories to only 746 guests,” she explained. Among the no-expense-spared features of the new ship will be a multimillion-dollar, 1,600-piece art collection that counts among its trophies a handful of Picassos and a custom Fabergé Egg. (Fittingly, the ship’s godmother is Sarah Fabergé, the director of special projects for the jewelry house.) Grandeur ’s inaugural season will be in the Caribbean, but it will head for the Mediterranean in April before returning to the U.S. in August. — Elizabeth Rhodes

For Nature Lovers

Amboseli national park, kenya.

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This 151-square-mile expanse, close to the border with Tanzania, is famed among safari insiders for its big-time wildlife: Amboseli has a well-earned reputation for elephant spotting, with massive herds roaming the dusty plains, along with all sorts of other charismatic creatures including cheetah, giraffe, and zebra. Camps and lodges surrounding the park tend to be basic, which is one reason the fall 2023 opening of the richly appointed Angama Amboseli is so exciting. The second? The 10-suite lodge is the first spinoff of the Angama Mara , a destination hotel that's among the best safari lodges in the world, according to T+L readers . The new property, located about 45 minutes driving from Amboseli National Park, on a private wildlife conservancy, will offer game drives as well as cultural experiences organized in partnership with local communities. Another draw: Angama Amboseli will have unparalleled views of the peak of nearby Mount Kilimanjaro, including from private patios attached to every suite. — Paul Brady

Aspen Mountain, Colorado

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The legendary ski destination is getting its biggest makeover in four decades this season, with the opening of a new lift, a high-speed quad known as Hero’s that will make accessible a fresh 153 acres of fluffy powder. The project will increase the mountain’s skiable terrain by some 20 percent, adding more than a dozen new chutes, glades, and trails for intermediate and expert skiers. “The quad is a game-changer for Aspen,” said Maureen Poschman, a spokesperson for the Aspen Chamber Resort Association. “The new terrain is a big area, it’s high-altitude skiing, and it’s a bit of a hedge against climate change,” she noted. Not that you have to be a pro skier to find something to love in ever-evolving Aspen, which experienced an influx of residents the past few years . The cultural calendar is as packed as ever; Balenciaga and Hermès now have shops in the heart of town; and scene-y restaurants, including a Sant Ambroeus coffee bar, keep popping up. Where to stay? The Mollie Aspen is the newest luxury hotel in town, slated to open in December with 68 rooms designed by Post Company, plus a rooftop pool and terrace, right in the middle of it all. — Denny Lee

Big Sky, Montana

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Just an hour from Yellowstone National Park, this wild, wide-open area offers heart-pumping activities such as fly fishing, hiking, horseback riding, and skiing at every turn. So, thankfully, a new retreat from hospitality brand One&Only is slated to bring some rest and relaxation to Big Sky in 2024. Situated between Lone Mountain and the Spanish Peaks, the 73-room Moonlight Basin will provide convenient access to 5,850 skiable acres, with a dedicated gondola connecting guests to Big Sky’s terrain, plus a private ski lodge and a Chenot spa. (The resort will also have 19 villas and 62 private residences.) The first U.S. outpost of One&Only, Moonlight Basin arrives a few years after another five-star resort, Montage Big Sky , which opened in 2021, with 139 rooms, six dining venues, a bowling alley, a huge spa, and, naturally, ski-in, ski-out access. — Alisha Prakash

Hokkaido, Japan

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Travelers are flocking back to Japan , but in the year ahead, they should look beyond Tokyo and Kyoto. Hokkaido, the northernmost of Japan’s main islands, has a sterling reputation for food — its biggest city, Sapporo, is famous for miso ramen — and its Shiretoko National Park is a natural wonder with excellent hiking and photogenic waterfalls. Hokkaido is also, insiders know, one of the world’s premier ski destinations thanks to simply phenomenal snow . The center of the action is the village of Niseko, which has plenty of hotels, homestays, and resorts — but has gotten a touch easier to visit thanks to the 2022 opening of Club Med Kiroro. The something-for-everyone property has two distinctive concepts, the adults-only Club Med Kiroro Peak and the new-in-2023 Club Med Kiroro Grand , a family-friendly alternative. These all-inclusives are helping to eliminate the intimidation factor when booking a Japanese ski week, by rolling up everything from accommodations and equipment rentals to off-the-mountain entertainment and kids' clubs. Another perk? Club Med Kiroro Grand will also have the brand’s first-ever Japanese onsen alongside other wellness facilities including soaking tubs and saunas. — Danielle Pointdujour

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

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This out-of-the-way South African province, sometimes shortened to KZN and located on the country’s eastern coast, is moving into the spotlight. “KwaZulu-Natal has two World Heritage Sites — the iSimangaliso Wetland Park and the majestic uKhahlamba Drakensberg National Park — and is popular for its beaches, safari parks, green hills, and temperate weather,” said Julian Harrison , a safari expert and longtime member of T+L’s A-List. It’s also home to an ambitious rewilding project backed by the Emcakwini Community Trust , which began reintroducing once-endemic species including black rhino, cheetah, elephant, giraffe, and lion in 2018; today, it’s known as Babanango Game Reserve . Harrison also points to other conservation efforts, such as those underway at andBeyond Phinda Private Game Reserve , which is monitoring critically endangered Temminck’s ground pangolins. The newly opened Madwaleni River Lodge is the place to stay, said Raza Visram , another A-List expert. “The intimate lodge has 12 beautifully designed tents that overlook the White Umfolozi River,” he explained. There’s also Sala Beach House , an oceanfront escape on Thompson’s Bay that writer Heather Richardson detailed in T+L’s September 2023 issue . Coming soon in KZN will be The Homestead , a 12-suite eco-lodge in the province’s western Nambiti Game Reserve. — Samantha Falewée

Mababe, Botswana

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Long considered one of Africa’s most exclusive safari destinations, Botswana has a huge array of five-star lodges, operated by the likes of African Bush Camps, andBeyond, and Great Plains Conservation. But the most compelling new place to stay isn’t one with high thread count sheets or over-the-top amenities: Mokete, a new safari lodge from Wilderness , is worth the trip because it will only exist until 2026, when the operator pulls down the tents and carries away any sign the nine-suite escape was ever there. The temporary enclave will be situated east of the famed Okavango Delta, in the heart of a 124,000-acre tract known as the Mababe Concession, which has considerable populations of lion, elephant, and buffalo, plus a huge variety of birds. Wildlife watching is the thing here, with all-day game drives and guided nature walks. Mokete is all about an elemental connection with the outdoors, down to the design of the guest quarters: each tent will have a retractable roof so guests can stargaze from bed — and hear the calls of hyenas from the surrounding bush. — Paul Brady

New Zealand

It’s time to take it off your once-in-a-lifetime list and just go : earlier this year, Delta launched service from Los Angeles to Auckland, and United Airlines plans to start a San Francisco to Christchurch route in December. That’s on top of an existing Air New Zealand nonstop between Auckland and New York City that launched in 2022 . “Any time of year is a great time to visit,” said Sarah Farag , a member of T+L’s A-List and the Auckland-based owner and director of Southern Crossings , a luxury travel firm. “Our summer months are always popular,” Farag said of the December to March period, “but those who come at other times are well-rewarded with captivating colors during autumn harvest season, snow-capped adventures and spectacular stargazing in the winter, and fabulous fishing and hiking in spring.” There’s a growing number of enticing stays, including the new exclusive-use villas at Flockhill Lodge , set on a working sheep station, and the Clifftops at Anderson Cove , a tented camp above the Northland coast. Christchurch has recently seen the opening of two new boutique properties, the sleek, modern Mayfair and the artsy Observatory Hotel ; meanwhile the beloved Huka Lodge in Taupo is getting a makeover. If the outdoors are a priority, turn an eye to the North Island’s Wairarapa Dark Sky Reserve , the country’s second, which was certified earlier this year, or the new Tom Doak–designed golf course which just opened at Te Arai Links . — Peter Terzian

For Beach Vibes

Anna maria island, florida.

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Compared to some brand-name Florida destinations, this island south of Tampa Bay is way under the radar. But it's cultivated a loyal following, thanks to its no-high-rises shoreline, incredible sunsets, and small-town feel. Case in point: Anna Maria Island is a place where most people tool around by golf cart or beach cruiser, and almost all the sherbet-hued clapboard homes are vacation rentals. In an effort to keep things copacetic, the Bradenton Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, which works on the island, inked a partnership with Leave No Trace this summer, making Anna Maria the first destination in Florida to work with the nonprofit. Meanwhile, new developments fit right in with the vibe: Mello on the Beach , a hotel that opened in July, offers vibrant retro-style apartments on the Gulf of Mexico, while the villas of Joie Inn , which opened in 2021, still feel super-fresh. On the dining scene, the cocktail bar Doctor’s Office recently added a “dining room” to its string-lit outdoor garden, and coming soon to the island is Bohemian, a restaurant from repeat James Beard semifinalist Jeannie Pierola. Getting there has gotten easier thanks to growth at Sarasota-Bradenton International, which added nonstops to four new domestic destinations in 2023. A planned terminal expansion looks to be right-sized, too: the airport aims to add five gates next year. — Jennifer Salerno Yong

Coastal Campania, Italy

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It’s no wonder Campania — the southern Italian region that’s home to Amalfi, Capri, Positano, and Sorrento — is having a bit of a hotel boom: visitors have been flocking to this splashy coastal destination over the past few years. The renaissance kicked off with Il Capri Hotel , which opened on the island last spring, offering travelers a boutique option inside a neo-Gothic villa reminiscent of a Venetian palazzo. Next, Oetker Collection, the luxury hotel brand behind the celeb-loved Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Antibes, France, debuted its first Italian hotel in June: the glamorous, 50-room Hotel La Palma is a fresh take on a property that originally opened in 1822. Then there’s the new Convento di Amalfi , a 52-room Anantara with a cliffside pool, set in a 13th-century Capuchin convent. Airlines have also taken note of the increased demand: American Airlines and Delta are both launching new routes to Naples next year, the former from Philadelphia, the latter from New York City. Lindblad Expeditions, meanwhile, will have its new Sea Cloud II in southern Italy this coming May, for an 11-day itinerary that will take guests to the ancient ruins of Pompeii and the Amalfi Coast’s most beautiful seaside villages, with a focus on Italian food and wine. —  Nina Ruggiero

The land of pura vida just keeps getting better, which is why Costa Rica was just named T+L’s 2024 Destination of the Year . Surfers can find their bliss at the new, boho-chic Sendero hotel, which opened in February in oceanside Nosara, on the Nicoya Peninsula. A few hours north, the Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo has added the new Virador Beach Club, updated its golf course (while cutting water usage), and opened Wellness Shala, a spa that offers healing treatments with local ingredients like cacao, coconut, and volcanic mud. Nearby, the community of Las Catalinas has announced a new mixed-use space, La Rambla, which will promote spending time outside and car-free living. Forward-thinking tour operator Intrepid Travel has launched new trips that shine a light on the Terraba community, one of Costa Rica’s eight Indigenous groups. Meanwhile local outfitters such as UrriTrek are now offering guided hiking trips on the 174-mile Camino de Costa Rica , a trail connecting the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. — Samantha Falewée

The self-declared Nature Island, Dominica has been voted the best island in the Caribbean for the past two years in T+L’s World’s Best Awards , thanks in part to its serene tropical rain forests, enticing hot springs, and gushing waterfalls. There’s also an ever-growing number of resorts and hotels, such as the InterContinental Dominica Cabrits Resort & Spa , which opened this year, and the forthcoming Anichi Resort & Spa, Autograph Collection , and Tranquility Beach Resort — Curio — a Collection by Hilton . Also of note is the new 32-nautical-mile Waitukubuli Sea Trail, which takes sea-kayakers along the island's western coast from Scott’s Head to Capuchin; Soufrière Outdoor Centre can supply equipment, an itinerary, and a guide. And there’s another element to Dominica’s story that’s capturing the attention of travelers who care about sustainability. The volcanically active country plans to commission its first geothermal power plant in 2024, and in the meantime gets about a quarter of its overall power from hydroelectric sources. It’s also home to what T+L has called one of the world’s most eco-friendly resorts, Coulibri Ridge . — Annie Archer

Hawai’i Island

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“We welcome mindful visitors to Hawai‘i Island,” said Ilihia Gionson, the public affairs officer of the Hawai'i Tourism Authority, in an interview with T+L. Commonly known as the Big Island, the destination is planning for a meaningful 2024, with the help of returning visitors. “Travelers have the opportunity to help mālama , or care for, our natural resources and support our community to ensure a regenerative model of tourism that is sustained for generations,” Gionson said. The theme of mālama is more significant than ever this year following the devastating fires that impacted both Hawai’i Island and Maui in 2023. Those looking to support relief efforts have many choices, including the Hawaii Red Cross, the Lāhainā Restoration Foundation, and more . Travelers ready to return might consider Kona Village, an iconic hotel that reopened in 2023 as a Rosewood Resort following its closure in 2011. “Each villa feels like your own little beach house,” Nicole Hollis, the interior designer of Kona Village, told T+L . Various events are on the island’s cultural calendar in the year ahead, including the Kona Brewers Festival in March and the Big Island Chocolate Festival in April. — Christine Burroni

Los Cabos, Mexico

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With its rugged desert-meets-ocean landscape, 350 days a year of sun, and stunning five-star resorts, Los Cabos isn’t exactly an unexpected choice for a dreamy vacation. But 2024 promises to be a big year for the Baja California destination, thanks to all the new resorts coming to Cabo del Sol, the 1,800-acre community just east of Cabo San Lucas with two miles of beach and two 18-hole golf courses. Four Seasons Cabo San Lucas at Cabo Del Sol and Soho House Beach Club are expected to open in the first part of 2024; Park Hyatt Los Cabos at Cabo Del Sol will join them by the end of the year. On the southern shore of the peninsula — and not far from the Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal , a T+L reader fave — there’s even more happening: the resort community of Quivira Los Cabos will welcome the 120-room St. Regis Los Cabos at Quivira by late 2024, with access to 2.5 miles of beach and its own Jack Nicklaus golf course. — Danielle Pointdujour

Mallorca, Spain

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The sparkling waters, delicious food, and laid-back atmosphere are all still here — and Americans are loving United’s summertime nonstop service from Newark Liberty International. In the year ahead, though, they’ll be visiting for the booming luxury hotel scene, which is poised to help this island steal the spotlight from its western neighbor, Ibiza. One must-see is Son Bunyola , a Virgin Limited Edition retreat on Mallorca’s northwest coast, with three miles of beautiful coastline backed by olive groves. Sir Richard Branson first purchased the property in 1994, as T+L recently reported , but it only opened to guests this summer, with 26 rooms and suites, plus three villas. Nearby is The Lodge Mallorca , a Small Luxury Hotels of the World retreat that opened in May, which has wood-fired dining and extensive wellness programming. Then there’s the first hotel from 22-time Grand Slam champion and Majorcan Rafael Nadal, whose new Zel lifestyle brand has opened — what else? — Zel Mallorca , an approachable, beachy hotel in partnership with Meliá, the Spanish operator. Coming soon, said Clare Watkins, an expert in the Balearic Islands at Red Savannah , are more exciting properties: Four Seasons Resort Mallorca at Formentor will be a top-to-bottom refresh of a century-old hotel, while Mandarin Oriental Punta Negra, Mallorca, will have 131 rooms, plus 44 suites and nine bungalows, overlooking the sea just outside Palma. — Danielle Pointdujour

For Adventurous Travelers 

Alula, saudi arabia.

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Of all the ambitious tourism developments in Saudi Arabia, AlUla may be the most enchanting, which may explain why Qatar Airways recently launched new flights to the destination from its Doha hub. This huge sweep of red rocks and desert in the country’s northwest is home to Hegra, a 2,000-year-old archeological site filled with soaring tombs carved by the Nabataean civilization, the same one that built Petra, in modern-day Jordan. After touring ancient history, visitors can retreat to decadent contemporary hotels, including a forthcoming 30-room luxury resort at Hegra that will sensitively incorporate parts of an old railway station and fort. A short drive away, in AlUla’s Old Town, the contrast of old and new continues; the new five-room eco-hotel Dar Tantora , for example, eschews electricity in favor of candlelight. In the year ahead, more fresh thinking will touch down in AlUla, courtesy of Wadi AlFann, or Valley of the Arts, a permanent showcase of works from big-name international artists. The best way to see it might be from on high, during April’s “AlUla Skies” festival, when helicopters and hot air balloons will soar above Instagram-worthy monuments. —  Jacqui Gifford

Bahia, Brazil

Marta Tucci

This coastal state, situated between the Amazon and Rio de Janeiro, is the sort of place most Americans never quite get to — and that’s a shame. Its coastline offers some of the most mythical surf-and-sand spots in the world, including Itacaré, which is home to the community-minded Barracuda Hotel & Villas , and the boho-chic enclave of Trancoso, a place that “first captured the imagination of the international creative set back in the 1980s,” as T+L reported in the September 2023 issue . “The beaches are some of the most picturesque in Brazil,” said Paul Irvine , an expert in the country and member of T+L’s A-List. But, he added, there’s more to Bahia than the coast. “We’ve started sending our more adventurous clients to the Chapada Diamantina National Park ,” he said, “which has its own vibrant, off-grid hippy culture.” While high-end hotels in the area are in short supply, more villa accommodations are popping up all the time. One thing to keep in mind for 2024: Brazil stopped requiring a visa for U.S. citizens back in 2019, but the country’s tourism officials have said that the mandate will return on Jan. 10, though further details on how to apply and any fees have yet to be announced. — Paul Brady

Northern Pakistan

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The northern reaches of this South Asian nation have a growing profile in the adventure-travel world, thanks to striking topography, high-elevation lakes, and precipitous peaks. Consider that, in 2023, Intrepid Travel launched a 12-day women-only expedition to the region, a first for the tour operator, which has similar trips in places such as Jordan, India, and Morocco. Intrepid will return in 2024 — with departures in May, September, and October — taking women to ancient villages, alpine lakes, and historic forts; travelers will have ample opportunity to meet with locals in areas that would be off-limits if men were part of the group, according to Intrepid. Other outfitters are heading to Northern Pakistan as well. Wild Frontiers will debut a brand-new, 14-day walking adventure that will no doubt challenge the bodies and minds of those who are up for it, with several full-day hikes, some above 4,000 meters (13,123 feet). The payoff comes in the form of staggeringly beautiful landscapes — not to mention the chance to make connections with people you meet along the way and see historic gems in Islamabad, the trip’s jumping off point. — Alisha Prakash

Peru's Trekking Routes

In a country where all roads seemingly lead to spectacular scenery and historic finds, there’s much more to explore beyond majestic Machu Picchu. These days, travelers have more options for getting off familiar routes thanks to the efforts of companies such as Alpaca Expeditions , an Indigenous-owned outfitter that will lead its first-ever, all-women hiking trip on the Salkantay Trail in 2024. Operated by women — including guides, porters, drivers, chefs, and other staff — for women, the seven-day adventure will include stays high in the Andes and cultural experiences such as cooking classes and farm visits that aren’t typical on more popular Inca Trail trips. Meanwhile the tour operator Intrepid Travel debuted in 2023 a 12-day expedition on the Great Inca Road in northern Peru. Starting in Huaraz and culminating at the Inca site of Huanuco Pampa, the trek will immerse hikers in this less-visited region’s nature and culture, including plentiful archeological sites. — Alisha Prakash

South Australia

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Visitors to this low-key state may feel like they’re in on a big-time secret with all that’s happening lately. The biggest news may be Australia’s new national park, Nilpe­na Ediacara , which opened in April and gives travelers a look at the oldest known fossils on the planet. “They’re about 550 million years old,” Mary L. Droser, an American paleontologist, explained in a recent interview with T+L . Across South Australia’s wine country, meanwhile, hotels such as Le Mas Barossa , Sequoia Lodge , and The Vineyard McLaren Vale are gateways to the hundreds of vineyards and cellar doors just outside of Adelaide, the state capital. “South Australia is known as the wine state for a reason,” said Tim Duval, the winemaker at John Duval Wines . Travelers can learn about small-batch wineries (including Duval’s) at Artisans of Barossa ; sample eco-conscious shiraz at Bird in Hand ; and enjoy a tasting in The Cube, a five-story structure fashioned after an unfinished Rubik’s Cube, at d’Arenberg . Another notable stay can be found on Kangaroo Island, where the famed Southern Ocean Lodge is slated to reopen in December after the disastrous bushfires of 2020. — Samantha Lauriello

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This small South Asian island nation has big things on offer. “You can cover a lot of ground in two weeks, with loads of variety in the landscapes, from gorgeous beaches to lush jungles to high mountains to historic cities,” said Catherine Heald, co-founder and CEO of Remote Lands, a luxury travel firm. This year, the tea company Dilmah opened two boutique stays under its Reverie brand, Kayaam House and Ahu Bay ; Sri Lankan–owned hotel group Uga is debuting Uga Riva in Negombo this November; and for foodies, Red Savannah recently rolled out a culinary tour of Sri Lanka. Political unrest in 2022 took the destination off the table for many travelers, acknowledged Rachel Cooper , a South Asia travel expert at Red Savannah. But, she added, "the new government has introduced measures to protect and encourage a positive traveler experience throughout the country.” — Susmita Baral

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The inaugural Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix shuts down the Las Vegas Strip from Nov. 16-18, turning one of the world’s most famous streets into a night-time race track. The track officially goes “hot” from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. each night. In the city that makes a multi-day holiday out of every celebration, it is no surprise that the weekend event expands into 10 days of premieres, openings, dinners, experiences and concerts.

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From Nov. 13–22, The F1 Las Vegas Hub will be open to all fans from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at The Venetian Resort, offering exclusive merchandise including team gear and collaborations (Malbon Golf, UNDEFEATED and eight more brands). American Express card holders get access to a members-only lounge area, limited-edition products, charging stations and other perks.

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Below, The Hollywood Reporter rounds up the best parties, residencies and events in Las Vegas during Race Week, plus what else to know about buying tickets, flights, hotel rooms and more. New events are being announced every day so check back often for updates. 

Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix: Dates, Start Times

The Las Vegas Grand Prix is a night race, with the opening ceremony kicking off Thursday, Nov. 15 at 7:30 p.m. PT. The F1 race takes place on the Las Vegas Strip Circuit from Thursday, Nov. 16 to Saturday, Nov. 18. The start line is at the new Pit building, located on the corner of Harmon Avenue and Koval Lane. The track stretches 3.8 miles through Koval Lane and Sands Avenue, to Las Vegas Boulevard and onto Harmon Avenue.

On Nov. 16, Practice 1 takes place from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. PT. On Nov. 17, Practice 2 occurs from midnight to 1 a.m. PT, and Practice 3 runs from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. PT. On Nov. 18, the Qualifying Race starts at midnight and the main event revs up at 10 p.m. PT.

F1 Vegas: Where to Get Last-Minute Tickets

Vegas F1 tickets are still available at third-party resale platforms including Gametime , SeatGeek , StubHub , VividSeats , Ticket Liquidator and Ticket Network . As of press time, the cheapest tickets we’ve seen for the main race start at $754 at StubHub . One of the best promo codes for F1 tickets is at  SeatGeek  — new customers can use  THR ‘s exclusive promo code HOLLYWOOD10 for $10 off eligible purchases of $250 and up.

Las Vegas F1 Grand Prix: Best Travel Deals, Flights, Hotel Packages

For those traveling by plane, Harry Reid International Airport is among the easiest ways to arrive in Vegas for the F1 Grand Prix. Caesars is currently running a Cyber Sale for select rooms with a view of the track, including Horseshoe Las Vegas, Flamingo Resort & Casino, The Linq, Paris Las Vegas, Caesars Palace, Nobu Hotel and others (from $139).

Among the best places to find last-minute flights and hotel packages online for F1 in Vegas include , Cheapoair , Expedia , Priceline , Travelocity and United . Semi-private flight service JSX also has seats available from select destinations to Vegas for F1 weekend from $269 one way.

Las Vegas F1 Grand Prix: Best Places to Watch the Race

American Express Fan Experience When Nov. 16–18 Where North Koval Zone near Turn 5 What The North Koval Zone by American Express brings an immersive three-story experience to AmEx cardholders and up to three guests. Attendees enjoy outdoor seating areas, live music by DJ Myles O’Neal, food trucks, games, charging stations, custom merch and more. Card Members also get access to complimentary Amex Race Radios, available around the circuit, and commemorative merch with AmEx purchases at official F1 merchandise locations. Tickets Free by reservation only for AmEx card members; booking required through the F1 Las Vegas mobile app

Heineken House When Nov. 16–18 Where South Koval Zone, S. Koval Lane; 844-VEGASGP What Programmed by Corso Marketing Group, the three-level Heineken House features breathtaking terrace views of the Koval Straightaway. A trackside nightlife experience with DJs, live entertainment and an all-inclusive food and beverage menu — including interactive food stations and the new Heineken® Silver as well as premium cocktails — offered throughout the night. Tickets From $8,000; buy online at

Club SI When Nov. 16–18 Where Across from Caesars Palace next to the Flamingo, 3555 S Las Vegas Blvd. (702) 733-3111 What Sports Illustrated spared no expense ($1M to be exact) transforming Margaritaville at Flamingo into Club SI, a three-day, three-story hospitality lounge. Its decks overlook the longest run in the race and the club is so large that the seat to ticket ratio is 2:1 ensuring optimal viewing and experience. Nightly events include “eff won Live!” (Nov. 16) as Dax Shepard and friends kick-off race weekend with their first-ever live podcast recording; a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Party (Nov. 17) with models Nicole English and Brooks Nader; and Saturday Race Night (Nov. 18) with David Beckham and Shaquille O’Neal. Guests mix and mingle with celebrities, and take part in meet-and-greets and photo opps, while indulging in all-inclusive premium food and beverage options (raw bars, carving stations) as well as two VIP areas. Tickets From $7,000 plus LET and fees; buy tickets online at

Club Paris  When Nov. 16–18 Where Paris Las Vegas ; 3655 S Las Vegas Blvd.; (877) 796-2096 What Secure your seat at Club Paris in Paris Las Vegas with sweeping trackside views to watch the Formula 1 race. The setup includes Alexxa’s, Beer Park and Chéri Rooftop, and provides numerous ways to enjoy adrenaline-fueled drivers battling for position on the Strip. Three-day tickets include access to all three venues, food and beverage stations, passed bites, desserts, bespoke cocktails, live entertainment and a DJ. Guests may also enjoy bites and brews at Beer Park, as well as full access to the venue’s interior space, which is outfitted with over 75 HDTVs. Tickets From $5,995 for three-day packages; buy online at

HGV Clubhouse When Nov. 16–18 Where Elara by Hilton Grand Vacations , 80 E Harmon Ave.; (702) 669-6700 What With a front-row seat to the 3.8-mile track, the suite will be located in front of Elara by Hilton Grand Vacations. Known for its signature mirrored façade, the 52-story resort has sweeping views of the Las Vegas Strip that will be used for the 1.2-mile main straight, as well as a tight chicane. Enjoy all-inclusive chef-curated menus, top-shelf bars and interactive premium food stations offered throughout the night.  Tickets Learn more at

VISTA Las Vegas The Ultimate Team Race Viewing Experience with McLaren F1 When November 16–18 Where Drai’s Beachclub Nightclub What Situated on Drai’s Rooftop, an epic three-day racing experience hosted by Mark Wahlberg will offer F1 fans stunning track views, all-inclusive food and beverages and live entertainment. There is a kick off party, sunset sessions for qualifying races and a once-in-a-lifetime race day extravaganza. Plus, commentary on the live action racing from David Coulthard. Three-day VIP bungalows and cabanas are also available, complete with private screens, dedicated hosts, bottle service upgrades and more. Tickets Single Day starting at $395 plus taxes and booking fees, buy online

Turn 4 Grandstands and Beer Garden at Ellis Island Hotel & Casino When Nov. 16–18 Where Ellis Island Hotel & Casino What Constructed in front of the hotel, Turn 4 is Ellis Island’s primary viewing area allowing guests to enjoy the sights and sounds of Turn 4 and the Koval Straightaway. This includes three days of Grand Prix racing, grandstand seating, and all-inclusive food and non-alcoholic beverage. Also available is the Turn 4 Beer Garden, where you can view the race from inside The Front Yard, with the live feed shown on 20+ TVs, including an 18-foot big screen. Step out onto the Observation Platform to see the cars speed by on the Koval Straightaway. Tickets $250 to $1,500, available  HERE

Official Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix Million Dollar All-Access Experience When Nov. 16–18 Where Wynn Las Vegas , 3131 Las Vegas Blvd.; (702) 770-7000 What Wynn Las Vegas and Formula 1 have collaborated to offer the first-ever Official Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix Million Dollar All-Access Experience F1 and Wynn Las Vegas will give $100,000 to local philanthropic efforts for each package bought. Each million-dollar package includes admission for a group of six people to a variety of exclusive F1 activations, such as all-access to exclusive VIP areas along the trackside as well as the Wynn Grid Club, and F1 special experiences provided by the Las Vegas Grand Prix throughout the weekend. The luxury package provides a lavish four-night stay in a two-story Encore Three-Bedroom Duplex, exclusive access to the Opening Ceremonies, dinner for six at the acclaimed nightlife dining experience Delilah, a lifetime membership to Wynn’s exclusive Private access program for each person, and much more. Tickets Limited number of packages are available; more info at .

Holzhaus Red Bull Energy Station When Nov 16–18 Where Across from Turn 3 What “ Holzhaus ,” German for wood house, is part of the Red Bull Energy Station, a 20,000-square-foot trackside hospitality center that houses up to 1,500 people. Holzhaus, with a capacity of 300, is a three-level party with two main floors and a penthouse with a green area and outdoor dining area. The Holzhaus Red Bull Energy Station is designed to evoke the spirit of Red Bull. It requires four consecutive days of assembly with 14 workers, and the same for disassembly. Holzhaus has been a staple of the Red Bull Energy Station builds at European F1 races since 2017 and now brings its alpine-inspired Austrian design to the American F1 fan. Tickets Available for purchase here .

Premieres and Streaming Events

The Netflix Cup: All-Star Golf Tournament When Tuesday, Nov. 14; 3 p.m. PT Where Wynn Golf Club; watch live on Netflix What Athletes from Formula 1: Drive to Survive and PGA golfers from Full Swing compete in an 8-hole match-play tournament on the Wynn’s championship golf course on the Las Vegas Strip. The golf tournament is Netflix’s first-ever live sports event. Formula 1® Drivers include Alex Albon (Williams Racing), Pierre Gasly (BWT Alpine F1 Team), Lando Norris (McLaren Racing), and Carlos Sainz (Scuderia Ferrari). PGA TOUR Golfers include Rickie Fowler, Max Homa, Collin Morikawa and Justin Thomas. 

Official Opening Ceremony of the Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix  When Wednesday, Nov. 15; 7:30 p.m. PT (live in-person), 9:30 p.m. PT (streaming) Where Watch ESPN2 What Watch an immersive display commemorating the Las Vegas debut of Formula 1. A star-studded musical lineup honors the rich legacy of the entertainment capital of the world, including John Legend, Tiësto, Andra Day, Bishop Briggs, J Balvin, Journey, Keith Urban, Steve Aoki, Swedish House Mafia and Plus, Blue Man Group and Cirque du Soleil perform. An elaborate lighting extravaganza with 1,000 lights and 100 lasers, fireworks, and a drone show sponsored by T-Mobile will round off the entertainment. Tickets In-person viewing available with Paddock Club, Wynn Grid Club, Heineken Silver Main Grandstands and Sky Box tickets

CNBC Documentaries’ “Inside Track: The Business of Formula 1” Premiere When Thursday, Nov. 16; 8 p.m. ET Where Watch on CNBC TV What “Inside Track: The Business of Formula 1,” CNBC’s latest documentary, takes viewers behind-the-scenes of the motorsports league’s accelerated development in viewership, attendance and the market value of the Las Vegas Grand Prix. CNBC’s Sara Eisen profiles several of F1’s leading executives (Greg Maffei, Liberty Media CEO and Stefano Domenicali, Formula One Group CEO), drivers (Kevin Magnussen, Nico Hulkenberg, Sir Lewis Hamilton), principals (Toto Wolff, Christian Horner, Guenther Steiner) and F1 Academy Managing Director Susie Wolff discussing the accessibility of the sport, with Wolff focusing on the topic of female drivers. This one-hour documentary was filmed on-site at four races in 2023 : Miami, Montreal, Silverstone and Austin.

Las Vegas F1 Grand Prix Events: Best Things to Do in Vegas

Spending the whole week in Vegas to prepare for F1? Below, see some of the best things to do in Las Vegas before, during and after F1.

Williams Racing Fan Zone When Nov. 13–18; 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. Where Brooklyn Bridge at New York-New York Hotel What Exciting interactive experiences such as hopping into a Williams Esports Rig to drive the Las Vegas circuit, shopping  the Williams Racing merch collection, stopping by the Kilian Paris Fragrance Bar and snapping photos with 2023 drivers Alex Albon and Logan Sargeant. Throughout the week discover, the FW45 show car plus the FW41 in a unique livery; live Q&As with drivers and team members; limited-edition Vegas merch; official Williams Racing team kit; Heritage Zone showcasing items from throughout its history; digital portraits conducted on-site by a resident portrait artist; esports rigs with F1 23 ready to play with BenQ providing bigger and better screens and product demos; Batak reaction time machines to test your reflexes like an F1 driver; Michelob Ultra Bar; MyProtein Giveaways; Kilian Paris Fragrance Bar; and exclusive prizes and giveaways. Appearance schedule: Logan Sargeant (Nov. 14, 7:45 p.m.); Team Principal James Vowles (Nov. 16, 2:30 p.m); Brand Ambassador Jenson Button (Nov. 17, 4 p.m.); and W Series 2023 Driver Jamie Chadwick (Nov. 15, 1:30 p.m.) Williams Racing is one of the world’s leading Formula One teams and has secured 16 FIA F1 World Championship titles since its foundation in 1977. The third longest standing team in the history of F1.

Resorts World Las Vegas Dining Options When Nov. 13–19 Where Resorts World Las Vegas What Dining options offered at Resorts World Las Vegas cater to a wide range of tastes and preferences. With over 40 different dining venues, guests can experience a variety of world cuisines, fine dining options, casual eateries, quick service restaurants and more. Restaurants include: Brezza, Bar Zazu, Fuhu, Kusa Nori, Carversteak, Caviar Bar and Crossroads Kitchen. Book Here

Starting Wednesday, Nov. 15

Fan Zone Block Party Hosted by Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino When Nov. 15–18 Where The intersection of Paradise and Flamingo What Silver Sevens Fan Zone is throwing the ultimate block party complete with driving simulators, giant viewing screens and Pink Taco’s triumphant return to Las Vegas. Be sure to catch a visit from the Scuderia Ferrari Formula 1 Team. Tickets From $125 per day; buy online at

LIGHTS OUT! (One Night Only) When Wednesday, Nov. 15; 11 p.m. Where Superfrico at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. What The world debut of the new show from Spiegelworld (Absinthe, OPM, Atomic Saloon). Lights Out! is a hilarious joyride through the world of racing like never before. This is the first work created in their new headquarters out in Nipton, Calif., known as “Circus Town.” It’s a turbocharged celebration of motor racing’s legendary history, iconic personalities, and the absurdities that make it all the more thrilling. Spiegelworld’s Impresario Extraordinaire Ross Mollison abruptly changed the name of the show from “Box Box” after many different organizations — including the legendary Box Nightclub in New York —tried to sue him. Tickets $100 food and beverage minimum

Starting Thursday, Nov. 16

La Cave Sommelier Selection When Nov. 16-18 Where La Cave at Wynn Las Vegas , 3131 Las Vegas Blvd.; (702) 770-7375 What Four wines in a perfect flight pairing join La Cave’s signature food and wine dishes during race week. Bonus festivities include brunch from Wednesday, Nov. 15, through Sunday, Nov. 19, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at $99 per person. Tickets Flights start at $34; buy online at

Morimoto Omakase Dinner When Nov. 16-18 Where Morimoto Las Vegas at MGM Grand , 3799 S Las Vegas Blvd.; (702) 891-3001 What Masaharu Morimoto will host a five-course omakase extravaganza at his self-named restaurant inside MGM Grand, with exquisite seafood, beef and international dishes on display. Each night is limited to 35-40 guests. Tickets $175 minimum per guest; buy online at

Thursday, Nov. 16

Take a Seat with Gordon at Ramsay’s Kitchen at Harrah’s Las Vegas When Nov. 16 at 5 p.m. Where Harrah’s Las Vegas, 3475 S Las Vegas Blvd.; What Enjoy a specially curated menu of an appetizer, entree, dessert and alcohol pairing with a visit from Chef Gordon Ramsay himself, where he recounts his legacy in the culinary world. Tickets $250 per person; buy online at

Starting Reception When Nov. 16 from 5-7:30 p.m. Where Blue Ribbon at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas , 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd; (702) 698-7000 What Join chefs Bruce and Eric Bromberg to kick off race weekend festivities at The Cosmopolitan with unlimited Veuve Clicquot, seafood and caviar. Tickets $450 per person; buy online at

An Evening with Harlan Estate and Champagne Krug  When Nov. 16 at 5:30 p.m. Where Tableau at Wynn Las Vegas , 3131 Las Vegas Blvd.; (702) 770-7000 What In the Tableau’s conservatory, Harlan Estate and Champagne Krug present a five-course meal prepared by Chef Christopher Lee, Wynn VP of culinary operations. Harlan family’s ambassador, Amanda Harlan and managing director, Will Harlan, lead guests through the pairings beginning with a caviar and Champagne Krug welcome. Enjoy library vintages from Harlan Estate and a glass of Château d’Yquem. Tickets $5,000 per guest, limited to 20 participants. To book, contact Wynn concierge at (702) 770-4362 or [email protected]

Carbone and Louis XIII When Nov. 16 from 7-10 p.m. Where Carbone Las Vegas at Aria Resort & Casino , 3730 S Las Vegas Blvd.; (702) 590-2663 What Carbone hosts special leam with Louis XIII and Rémy Martin cocktails in tow. Mario Carbone’s, classics like burrata and caviar service, is available to order for this one-night-only affair. Limit of 40 guests. Tickets $1,500 per person; buy online at

Culinary Kickoff Grand Prix When Nov. 16 from 7-11 p.m. Where: Allegiant Stadium, 3333 Al Davis Way; (725) 780-2000 What Interactive food stations paired with wine, cocktails, live entertainment and surprise guests. Participants include Chef Todd English and NFL players Charles Woodson, Warren Moon, Emmitt Smith, Will Blackmon and Sage Steele. Pairings from Ferrari Trento, Bricoleur Vineyards, Woodson Whiskey, John Anthony Family of Wines & Spirits, Silver Oak, Charles Woodson’s Intercept Wines, KHEE Soju and more. Tickets From $1,250; buy online at Ticketmaster

Jack Daniel’s Presents: Metro Boomin and Friends When Nov. 16; 9 p.m. Where Secret Location What Join Jack Daniel’s for whiskey, tasty bites, and a performance by Metro Boomin and special guests. The producer, DJ, and artist partners with Jack Daniel’s to create a T-shirt that reimagines its label. It’s the first time the label has been redesigned by a musician. A limited number one-of-a-kind shirts will be featured and given away at the event. Jack Daniel’s is an official partner of McLaren Formula 1 racing team. The brand’s logo graces the nose of McLaren’s 2023 F1 cars and adorns the driver’s overalls and helmets of the pit crew.  Jack Daniel’s recently released a McLaren Racing Edition Tennessee Whiskey bottle.  Tickets RSVP for free admission

Friday, Nov. 17 and Saturday, Nov. 18

James Kent Takeover When Nov. 17 Where Le Cirque at Bellagio Las Vegas , 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd.; (702) 693-8100 What Award-winning chef James Kent, recipient of the patented Bocuse d’Or USA award and Michelin-star genius, is putting together a meal of masterpieces for race fans and foodies. Tickets $500 minimum food and beverage credit; reserve online at

Longer Tables Live with José Andrés When Nov. 17 from 1-3 p.m. Where Jaleo at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas , 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd; (702) 698-7000 What Witness a live podcast recording of Chef Andrés himself as he hosts an unforgettable lunch of insider secrets conversation and paella Valenciana, among other tapas. Tickets $250 per person; buy online at

A Very Vanderpump Brunch When Nov. 17 at 11 a.m. Where Paris Las Vegas, 3655 Las Vegas Blvd.; (877) 796-2096 What A pre-race meal featuring the Vanderpump family rosé and a specially-curated brunch, set inside the signature whimsy of this romantic Paris Las Vegas staple. Tickets $250 per person; buy online at

Sushi Demonstration with Chef Nobu When Nov. 17 at 1 p.m. and Nov. 18 at 1 p.m. Where Nobu at Caesars Palace (3570 S. Las Vegas Blvd.) and Paris Las Vegas (3655 Las Vegas Blvd.) What Only 14 people can access this ultra-exclusive live sushi demo by Chef Nobu each day, complete with caviar, A5 Wagyu and toro selections. Note that this experience happens in two different locations during race weekend. Tickets $500 per person; buy online at

Jean-Georges x Yamazaki Dinner When Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. Where Jean Georges Steakhouse at Aria Resort & Casino , 3730 S Las Vegas Blvd.; (702) 590-2663 What Yamazaki Whiskey joins Jean-Georges to put on a historic event featuring a 100-bottle vintage that only lucky diners can enjoy: the Yamazaki 55. Culinary pairings will be served with whiskey vintages in an intimate setting. Tickets $5,000 per person; buy online at

Trackside Dinner with Gordon at Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace When Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. Where Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace , 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd.; (702) 731-7373 What A four-course menu with a wine or cocktail pairing — and a personal gift — precedes an appearance by Ramsay to discuss his Formula 1 infatuation before practice kicks off. Tickets $500 per person; buy online at

Turn 66 VIP Post-Race Party When Nov. 17–18 from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m. Where Allē Lounge on 66, Resorts World Las Vegas What Resorts World and experiential leader Corso Marketing Group host an exclusive two-night late-night takeover with Richie Akiva and Badius on the 66th Floor of Crockfords, overlooking the Las Vegas Strp. Featuring unmatched 360-degree views, the space transforms into “Turn 66,” taking the VIP after-hours experience to new heights. The lineup of DJs and artists programmed include feature DJ Pee .Wee aka Anderson .Paak, Guy Gerber, Ruckus, Vice, Kaz James, DJ Tennis, Carlita, Miramar and Swaylo. Tickets Inquire at [email protected]

OFF GRID Viewing Suite When Nov. 16–18 at 7 p.m. Where Sushi Roku at The Forum Shops at Caesars What Innovative Dining Group and Off Grid present their viewing suite featuring an open bar, Casamigos specialty cocktails, Imperial Caviar and Red Bull energy drinks. Music by Pookie on Friday, November 17 and Reign on Saturday, November 18.  Boa Steakhouse and Sushi Roku menu favorites are showcased along with sushi bar and raw bar offerings. Sushi Roku is located on the top level of The Forum Shops at Ceasars Palace, with a prime view of the main straightaway. The event is produced by Hoozin, Off Grid and Capture Studios with IDG. Tickets Buy online

Bénédicte Hardy Cognac Experience When Nov. 17-18 Where Le Cirque at Bellagio Las Vegas , 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd.; (702) 693-8100 What An intimate affair with renowned cognac producer Bénédicte Hardy, this tour of the cart explores vintages from the family line, along with Hardy’s Perfection, the Columabrd grape classis for which the brand is timeless. Tickets $500 minimum food and beverage credit; reserve online at

Sunday, Nov. 19

Morning After Trackside Brunch with Giada at GIADA at The Cromwell When Nov. 19 at 11 a.m. Where GIADA at The Cromwell , 3595 S Las Vegas Blvd.; (702) 777-3777 What Join celebrity chef Giada de Laurentiis for a post-race brunch of Italian-inspired classics, all available right next to the circuit and its one-of-a-kind views. Tickets $250 per person; buy online at

Things to Do During Las Vegas F1: Best Comedy Events and Concerts

The Sphere Day 1: Mark Ronson When Nov. 16 at 10:15 p.m. Where  T-Mobile Zone at Sphere, 255 Sands Ave.; (725) 258-6724 What British DJ Mark Ronson kicks off race weekend festivities at The Sphere with a DJ set featuring his international hits. Guests can also enjoy Blue Man Group and Cirque du Soleil performances in addition to catering courtesy of Wolfgang Puck. Tickets $2180 and up; buy online

The Sphere Day 2: Major Lazer When Nov. 17 at 10 p.m. Where T-Mobile Zone at Sphere, 255 Sands Ave.; (725) 258-6724 What Award-nominated Major Lazer trio of Diplo, Walshy Fire and Ape Drums will keep the party going on Saturday night with a hyped-up prelude from electro house DJ A-Trak. Guests can also enjoy Blue Man Group and Cirque du Soleil performances alongside delicious dishes from Wolfgang Puck. Tickets $2,180 and up; buy tickets online at

The Sphere Day 3: J Balvin When Nov. 18 at 8:45 p.m. Where T-Mobile Zone at Sphere, 255 Sands Ave.; (725) 258-6724 What Globally-recognized Columbian superstar J Balvin finishes out the weekend with his energetic sets. Performances from Cirque and the Blue Man Group are also available on the day, along with Wolfgang Puck catering. Tickets From $2,180; buy tickets online at

Kylie Minogue at Amber Lounge When Nov. 18 Where Voltaire at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas , 3355 S Las Vegas Blvd.; (866) 659-9643 What Amber Lounge will host “the world’s most exclusive Grand Prix weekend afterparty” with pop megastar Kylie Minogue in this affluent affair, complete with champagne and an A-list crowd. Tickets From $1,000 per person; buy tickets at

Las Vegas F1 Events: Best Nightclubs

Marshmello   When Wednesday, Nov. 15; 10:30 p.m. Where XS Nightclub inside Wynn Las Vegas What Marshmello kicks off Ultimate Race Week with his popular catalog — “Happier,” “Silence” and “Friends.” As F1 enthusiasts pour in from around the world, the party goes late night into the night at XS Nightclub. Tickets Buy online

Zouk Nightclub When Nov. 15–18 Where Resorts World Las Vegas  What Zouk Nightclub hosts electrifying performances by chart-topping headliners throughout race week, bringing the ultimate party to match the excitement on the track with performances by DJ Snake (Nov. 15), Travis Scott (Nov.16), Zedd (Nov. 17) and Tiësto (Nov. 18).  Tickets Buy online

Sports Illustrated Circuit Series with The Chainsmokers When Thursday, Nov. 16; 10:30 p.m. Where XS Nightclub inside Wynn Las Vegas What Gear up for the ultimate race weekend unfolding in Las Vegas by raving it up to the electronic music duo The Chainsmokers. XS Nightclub is one of the top-rated nightlife hotspots in Las Vegas. Tickets Buy online

Hakkasan Nightclub When Nov. 16-18 Where MGM Grand , 3799 S Las Vegas Blvd.; (702) 891-3838 What Fat Joe, Fisher and legendary Las Vegas headliner Steve Aoki are hosting three respective nights at Hakkasan Nightclub to close out each night of the race. Tickets From $100 for VIP admission; buy online at

Dom Dolla and Purple Disco Machine When Friday, Nov. 17; 12 p.m. Where Encore Beach Club inside Wynn Las Vegas What Dubbed by Billboard as “One to Watch,” Dom Dolla ignites Encore Beach Club with dance hits along with house music sensation Purple Disco Machine. Tickets Buy online

Swedish House Mafia When Friday, Nov. 17; 10:30 p.m. Where XS Nightclub inside Wynn Las Vegas What Swedish House Mafia levels up XS Nightclub with upbeat mixes during race weekend. With smash-hits like “Don’t You Worry Child” and “Moth to the Flame (featuring the Weeknd),” the dance floor comes alive. Tickets Buy online

Marquee Nightclub When Nov. 17-19 Where The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas , 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd; (702) 698-7000 What Starting on Friday night join The Nelk Boys with Happy Dad Seltzer sponsors, Martin Garrix for some dayclub fun on Saturday and Mustard closing up shop on Sunday night. Tickets From $100 for VIP admission; buy online at

Calvin Harris plus Diplo and Dom Dolla (late night performance)   When Saturday, Nov. 18 Where XS Nightclub inside Wynn Las Vegas What Three EDM legends, Calvin Harris, Diplo and Dom Dolla, takeover XS Nightclub to rev up the late night entertainment during the highly-anticipated F1 race weekend. Tickets Buy online

ESPN’s Official Pre-Race Party with Marshmello and special guest Tyga When Saturday, Nov. 18; 12 p.m. Where Encore Beach Club inside Wynn Las Vegas What Marshmello and Tyga set the party vibes in motion on race day. Tickets Buy online

The Chainsmokers When Sunday, Nov. 19; 12 p.m. Where Encore Beach Club inside Wynn Las Vegas What When the race is over, party with champs of the Las Vegas nightclub scene, The Chainsmokers. Tickets Buy online

RÜFÜS DU SOL (DJ Set) and Black Coffee When Sunday, Nov. 19; 10:30 p.m. Where XS Nightclub inside Wynn Las Vegas What Go full throttle when Australian alternative dance group, RÜFÜS DU SOL and Southern African DJ Black Coffee hype up XS Nightclub with their iconic soundscapes. Get lost in hypnotic anthems on a dance floor. This is one dance party you won’t want to skip. Tickets Buy online

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RM Sotheby’s Official Auction of the Las Vegas Grand Prix When Nov. 17 Where Awakening Theater at Wynn , 3131 Las Vegas Blvd.; (702) 770-9966 What James Corden hosts RM Sotheby’s auction of rare items, such as Tom Brady’s final Tampa Bay Buccaneers game jersey and Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes-Benz F1 car he used to win during his inaugural race. More details here .

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Zack Bia When Friday, Nov. 10 at 10:30 p.m. Where XS Nightclub at the Wynn Las Vegas , 3131 Las Vegas Blvd.; (702) 770-9966 What DJ and producer (and former Olivia Rodrigo flame ) Zack Bia takes over XS Nightclub for Veterans Day Weekend in Vegas. After meeting Drake in 2017 while hosting and DJing events and dinners at buzzy nightclub Delilah, Bia sparked music fans’ curiosity when he opened for the rapper and appeared in his “Money in the Grave” music video. Among Bia’s most popular tracks are “Flowers” featuring Lil Yachty, “High” featuring DJ Gummy Bear and “Hardcore” featuring Don Toliver, to name a few. Tickets $20–$65; Buy tickets online at

Nate Bargatze: The Be Funny Tour Encore Theater When Nov. 10-11, 2023; March 20, 22-23 at 7:30 p.m. & 10:30 p.m., 2024 Where Encore Theatre at Wynn Las Vegas , 3131 Las Vegas Blvd.; (702) 770-7000 What Nate Bargatze, a Grammy-nominated comedian and podcaster, performs clean and approachable humor inside the intimate Encore Theater. The gifted comic’s streaming Netflix shows, “The Standups” and “The Tennessee Kid,” premiered globally, receiving rave reviews. On Amazon Prime, his most recent comedy special, “Nate Bargatze: Hello World,” became the service’s most viewed original comedy within its first 28 days. Additionally, millions of people have enjoyed his guest appearances on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” Tickets From $132 and up; buy online at Ticketmaster

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Concours Exhibition   When Nov. 11 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Where Wynn Golf Club, 3131 Las Vegas Blvd.; (702) 770-7000 What The second-annual Las Vegas Concours features more than 250 cars in four displays: pre and post-war Concours vehicles, Hypercars, Electric, and Concept and Culture automobiles. The pre and post-war cars are judged in categories such as Rat Pack (American vehicles from the years 1950 to 1960); Danke Schoen (Mercedes-Benz from 1950s and beyond); Autobahn (celebrating 75 years of Porsche); Piccadilly Circus (British vehicles post-1950s) and more. Cutting-edge electric vehicles on display include the Rimac Nevera, the world’s fastest car; and the Rolls-Royce Spectre, the world’s first ultra-luxury electric super coupé. Plus, see the latest, rarest and coolest from Aston Martin, Koenigsegg, Singer, McLaren, Pagani and Bugatti. Tickets From $100, ticket and room packages are also available; buy tickets online at

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Promontory Lunch with Legends  When Nov. 12 at 12:30 p.m.  Where Delilah at Wynn Las Vegas , 3131 Las Vegas Blvd.; (702) 770-7000 What At “Lunch with Legends,” wine connoisseurs and car enthusiasts team up for an afternoon of good times. After a welcome glass of Dom Pérignon, a multicourse meal is served, paired with three vintages of Promontory, one of Napa Valley’s most well-known wines. Bill Harlan, Bruce Meyer and Jay Leno host. Tickets $750; buy online at Seven Rooms

NFL: New York Jets at Las Vegas Raiders When Sunday, Nov. 12; doors open at 3:35 p.m., game starts at 5:25 p.m. Where Wynn Field Club at Allegiant Stadium, 3333 Al Davis Way; (725) 780-2000 What Watch the New York Jets play the Las Vegas Raiders while enjoying upscale Wynn Field Club perks. Nightlife and sports merge to bring hardcore football fans the ultimate viewing experience while weaving in the flair of Vegas nightlife, as they are seated at the center of the action. Under the bright lights, a Sunday night football game will enliven the illustrious stadium as the Jets soar into Las Vegas to compete against the Raiders on their home field. Tickets From $500, 21 and over only; buy t ickets online at

Jay Leno: Live Stand-Up Comedy! When Nov. 12 at 8 p.m. Where Encore Theatre at Wynn Las Vegas , 3131 Las Vegas Blvd.; (702) 770-7000 What Jay Leno, known as “the hardest working man in show business,” returns to the Encore Theater on the Las Vegas Strip this fall. From late-night talk show host to admired stand-up comedian to pioneering car builder, the multi-hyphenate pop-culture legend is set to deliver another memorable performance. He’s currently the host of the latest iteration of the classic TV show “You Bet Your Life,” as well as a producer and host of the CNBC primetime series “Jay Leno’s Garage.” Don’t miss out on the Emmy Award-winner’s highly anticipated Las Vegas spectacle. Tickets: From $38; buy online at Ticketmaster

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Stay: New York-New York Hotel & Casino, where you can ride the Big Apple Coaster and feel the energy of both Vegas AND New York City.

Must See: View Vegas from above with a zip line over Fremont Street or a ride on the Las Vegas High Roller Observation Wheel.

Don’t Miss:  Getting out of the city on a  Hoover Dam Express Tour  or go hiking in Red Rock Canyon.

Do Try: A mouthwatering buffet or celebrity chef restaurant — there are endless options open at any hour of the day or night.


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Stay: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas includes more than a dozen restaurants and a 52-story panoramic view.

Must See: A sunset ride on a  Neon & Nature Helicopter Tour  for the best vantage point in Vegas.

Don’t Miss: The opportunity for a luxury spa treatment at your hotel before hitting The Strip for a show.

Do Try:  The  Savors of the Strip Food Tour , where you can enjoy 12+ signature dishes ranging from red velvet waffle sliders to truffled goat cheese.

This is just a taste of all you can see, do and try when you visit Las Vegas. Go ahead, start booking a vacation that fits your style perfectly with the freedom to choose from great hotels and exciting tours.

Whether you are a family, couple or friends vacationing together, check out more info below or call our vacation experts at  1-800-800-1504  for assistance and tips!

Things To Do In Las Vegas

Las Vegas is the perfect place to have the time of your life. Walk among the bright lights of the Strip to see everything from Bellagio’s dancing water fountains to impromptu street performances. And, the nonstop, 24-hour excitement doesn’t end there. Gaming or golfing, thrill rides or water slides, boutique shopping or casino hopping, this action-packed city has it all.

You will find nonstop fun in every direction — in and around the entertainment capital of the world. Besides being the unofficial national hotspot for bachelor and bachelorette parties, exhilarating experiences are everywhere. Zip line through the Fremont Street Experience on the Slotzilla, or take a thrilling ride 900 feet above the Strip on top of The Strat Hotel. Get your heart racing with indoor skydiving, or drive the fastest indoor go-karts in the country.

View Las Vegas from high above with a helicopter ride. Head outside the city to see the scenic beauty of the Southwest up close. Grab your hiking boots, and head to Red Rock Canyon to explore more than 30 miles of hiking trails. For an added dose of excitement, add a Hoover Dam Tour and a Grand Canyon adventure to your package.

Experience heart-stopping action on the world’s first coaster to feature a 180-degree heartline twist and dive maneuver, providing more than 1.4 million riders with excitement each year.

Twenty minutes outside the city, Red Rock Canyon features hiking trails, wildlife, geology, camping and a one-way, 13-mile scenic drive.

The Fremont Street Experience is a 5-block pedestrian mall in downtown Vegas that includes an LED canopy, free entertainment, a zip line attraction, museums and more.

  • Thrills for All Ages Slide 1 of 3: Experience heart-stopping action on the world’s first coaster to feature a 180-degree heartline twist and dive maneuver, providing more than 1.4 million riders with excitement each year.
  • Red Rock Canyon Slide 2 of 3: Twenty minutes outside the city, Red Rock Canyon features hiking trails, wildlife, geology, camping and a one-way, 13-mile scenic drive.
  • Fremont Street Experience Slide 3 of 3: The Fremont Street Experience is a 5-block pedestrian mall in downtown Vegas that includes an LED canopy, free entertainment, a zip line attraction, museums and more.

A popular way to spend money in Vegas is to go shopping. From upscale stores to souvenir shops, if you're looking for something specific, chances are you will find it. For luxury items, visit The Shops at Crystals and Bellagio. The Strip also has six certified Rolex dealers, or you can indulge in some high-end retail therapy at Wynn Esplanade. For more affordable items, check out the Fashion Show Mall at the end of the Strip, Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino and The Forum Shops at Caesars. 

It's easy to lose track of time when you're having fun, but whether it's day or night, Las Vegas is a 24-hour city, ready to feed your 24-hour appetite. From flying wine angels and foie gras lollipops, you can expect the unexpected from Las Vegas' restaurants. On a daily basis, the city raises the culinary bar, with the biggest names in food and the latest gastronomic concepts. 

Delta Vacations getaway packages include round-trip airfare aboard Delta to Harry Reid International Airport (LAS). Round-trip shared van and private limo transfers from the airport to your hotel are available for purchase, or car rentals are available to add to your package. 

Sit-back entertainment options are aplenty on the Strip and beyond, with magic shows, stand-up comedy, circus acts, music concerts, sporting events and theatrical performances begging for your attention. Drum along to the beat of the Blue Ray Group, watch acrobats in action at Cirque du Soleil show or check the Las Vegas Raiders' schedule in the fall for a home game at Allegiant Stadium. 

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In Las Vegas, we offer the National Premium Package, which lets you pre-register all your rental information online to expedite the rental process, so you can bypass the rental counter and go directly to your car. In addition, all insurance, taxes and surcharges are included. You have your choice of vehicles; up to five additional drivers are included at no extra charge; and the primary driver may earn up to 500 bonus miles per rental, plus an additional 200 bonus miles per rental day, through the SkyMiles ®  Program. †

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Make the most of your vacation by exploring Las Vegas with a rental car from Alamo, Enterprise or National. There are no one-way charges in Las Vegas, so you can fly into one city, drive to another city, and fly home from there without incurring drop fees. Plus, the primary driver may earn up to 500 bonus miles per rental with an Alamo or National car rental.†

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