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weekend package, Kaos Theory, staying in the Damien Hirst-designed Empathy Suite, said to be the most expensive suite ever built. In entertainment, Shania Twain is returning to the Strip with a stint at Planet Hollywood’s Zappos Theatre, running from December until June 2020. Mariah Carey is back with Christmas concerts this month, and Sting has announced a greatest hits residency starting in May 2020 at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.


WHEN TO GO


There’s no bad time to be in Las Vegas, with its year-round desert climate and constant stream of extravagance and entertainment. Summer highs can reach 40C, but with air-conditioning and a steady supply of indoor activities to complement time outside, this doesn’t need to be a factor in clients’ decision-making.


WHERE TO STAY


Las Vegas has no shortage of high-end hotels, but only a handful cut the mustard for true luxury. The non-smoking, non-gaming Four Seasons has a completely different feel from the casino-centred resorts, with gold-accented, understated decor and a quiet pool terrace offering an escape from the buzz. The spa is a real gem thanks to smart service and attention to detail – the receptionist greeted me by name even before I’d reached the desk. The Waldorf Astoria also eschews gaming for a sophisticated vibe, with an unbeatable spot on the Strip and standout dining courtesy of French chef Pierre Gagnaire in his only US outing. Farther along the main thoroughfare, the Bellagio also combines elegant rooms


(many with a fountain view) and top-notch dining at Àiwni` Sadelle’s or Wolfgang Puck restaurant Spago.


38 ASPIRE NOVEMBER 2019


aspiretravelclub.co.uk


CREDITS: ANDREW COELHO


Las Vegas


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