Eat, Shop, Play And Stay At These Vegas Hotspots

By The Editors | December 23, 2019 | Food & Drink Lifestyle Style & Beauty

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Sin City is ready to kick off the new decade. Here are a few spots that prove it.

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EAT For a superb culinary adventure, reserve one of the eight seats offered only once a month for two seatings at TAO Asian Bistro’s new Omakase Experience. Allow TAO’s renowned sushi chefs to flex their skills for a night of multiple courses featuring the highest-quality fish with sake pairings. “Omakase means to trust in the chef,” says chef Jun Hiroshima. “You can really feel his passion through the dishes.” $120 per person, sake pairings from $35, taolasvegas.com

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SPA The 45,000-square-foot Spa at Wynn recently unveiled its complete design renewal and new luxury treatments to go alongside. Walls adorned in deep, dusky hues, treatment rooms lined with onyx pillars, and textured stone, sculptural metal and organic natural elements are just a few of the new aesthetics that connect the mind, body and spirit. We can’t wait to try the new Forest of Dreams, a therapeutic massage with heated bamboo and contoured stones, and the Mojave Bliss, an organic body treatment using Himalayan singing bowls, indigenous plants and semiprecious stones. wynnlasvegas.com

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SHOP Named after Nevada’s state motto, All For Our Country is a lighting and furniture store with one-of-a-kind finds. The unique shop is only one example of the makers you can find in Fergusons Downtown—the city’s new, must-visit, creative mecca—where the pulse of the community comes alive. fergusonsdowntown.com

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SEE Every January, consumer tech’s top leaders and innovators from 160 countries flock to Las Vegas for CES, the world’s largest and most influential technology event with over 175,000 attendees, 4,500-plus exhibiting companies and more than 1,000 speakers. This mega affair is the proving ground and global stage for next-generation ideas. From self-driving vehicles to virtual reality, fitness, gaming, artificial intelligence and more, attendees can glimpse at the future and all of its possibilities. Jan. 7-10, ces.tech

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All For Our Country photo courtesy of All For Our Country, CES photo courtesy of the Consumer Technology Association; TAO photo courtesy of TAO Group Hospitality; Wynn Spa photo by Barbara Kraft