South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa is situated in the center of the premiere southwest Las Vegas valley, close by to the well-known Las Vegas Strip. Their unique hotel offers spacious rooms with 50-inch televisions, luxurious mattresses, and wireless internet throughout. Some of their services are comprised of a world-class spa and gym center, a 16-screen Century Theatre movie hall, a 64-lane bowling center, and a few restaurants that provide to all types of appetites and tastes. Their casino contains a large variety of table games and the latest slot of video game engines. A distinctive feature of this restaurant is its Riding Center, which is the best horse service in the country. South Point also has a wonderful 400-seat cinema hall that offers entertaining shows and dancing of live bands on weekends.
Multi-Stop Grand Canyon South Rim
Visit the Grand Canyon like a real VIP on this custom-made exploration journey. This visit contains a relaxing ride with visits to the most unbelievable tourist attractions of the Southwest.
The first stop is at the Hoover Dam, which has the perfect vantage point for tourists to take some exciting pictures. From there, tourists ride through amazing sceneries to reach the famous Route 66. A stop at a gift shop in Seligman, Arizona—the city that stimulated the scenery of the movie Cars. Here tourists can appreciate the town’s famous signs and automobiles for a bit of a journey back to the ’40s and ’50s. Then travel back into Grand Canyon National Park, with stops at Mather Point and Bright Angel Lodge.
The High Roller Observation Wheel
Visit the High Roller that is just 11miles away from Shinning South Point Hotel, a sky-touching quest that rotates up and around for unparalleled sights of the bright lights and breakthroughs of the Strip. Reach up into a glass pod on the world’s highest observation wheel for a 360-degree look at downtown Vegas and beyond. Leave the hotness of the road behind as you reach one of the High Roller’s 28 40-tourist capsules. These glass-lined and temperature-controlled pods gradually rotate higher and higher, moving you up to a breathtaking height of 550 feet. As you rotate, watch down over the bright lights and revelers of the Las Vegas Strip, the emitting, brightened fountains of the Bellagio, and the bold, well-known architecture of hotels like the golden Mandalay Bay, Luxor’s black pyramid, and the sparkling Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas.
Le Rêve – The Dream at Wynn
Le Rêve takes guests into a fantasy world where dreams change into reality. With a gigantic pool providing the stage for the aquatic show, this extraordinary performance contains a cast of 90 world-class acrobats, corresponding swimmers, ballroom dancers, and divers.
This fascinating and award-winning show is performed into the beautiful hemispherical theatre with no seat more than 40 feet (12 m) from the stage, making you the close views of the stunning action and artistry. In an underwater stage that’s continually transforming and shifting, this magical tale is unquestionable to leave you in a dream.
Explore the Wonders of New York City
A historic and famous hotel in midtown Manhattan, situated 483 meters from Central Park, Warwick New York offers 2 restaurants, a fitness center, and caretaker facilities. Special instant check-out amenities are also available. All lodgings contain marble bathrooms, desks with universal plug-ins, flat-screen TVs, and a fully stocked minibar. The Warwick is the center of Randolph’s Bar and Lounge, an old-style American bistro-style restaurant. The Museum of Modern Art is 162meters away while Fifth Avenue and Radio City Music Hall are 350meters away from the Warwick. Rockefeller Centre is also 483 meters from this hotel.
This is guests’ favorite location of New York City, according to independent reviews. This location is also great for shopping, with well-known brands nearby: Apple, Tiffany & Co, H&M, Prada, and Nike.
Museum of Modern Art
Positioned in the core of midtown Manhattan, The Museum of Modern Art is home to the world’s ultimate collection of modern art. The collection contains Vincent Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” and Andy Warhol’s “Gold Marilyn Monroe,” along with works by Jackson Pollock, Jasper Johns, Cindy Sherman, Elizabeth Murray, and many other famous artists of the time. MoMA’s collection also showcases photography, film, architecture, design, media, and performance art. Guests can also relish shopping and the best casual dining options.
The word “love” was a fixed object in the art of Robert Indiana; however, its form and structure changed knowingly throughout the years, from its early appearance in his poetry in 1958 to many sculptures around the world today. The word “love,” as a theme for his visual art, first performed in his painting Four Star Love (1961) and later in the painting Love is God (1964). The latter was enthused by the phrase “God is love,” which had been shown in a Christian Science church he appeared as a child. Due to construction work on the pedestrian bridge over Drinkwater Boulevard, LOVE was relocated in October 2018 from its original position on the south end of the pedestrian bridge to a new spot 130 feet to the east—still at Scottsdale Civic Center but now closer to the Civic Center Library and City Hall.
MoMA Design Store
MoMA Design Store compromises supervisor-permitted products that bring excellence, creativity, and design revolution to everyday living. Every purchase supports innovative exhibitions at The Museum of Modern Art, a wide range of education programs, and the maintenance of the Museum’s collection. Visit the SoHo site for a different selection of design objects and gifts, from classic twentieth-century designers to today’s brightest design talent. On the lower level, shop a HAY mini-market and browse an edited collection of architecture and design books. Shop a wide range of furniture, speakers, toys, games, lighting, tech innovations, tabletop, home decor, jewelry, MUJI accessories and more.
The Rock Observation Deck
The uppermost position of the Rock Observation Deck, the recently opened, 3-tiered observation deck on the 67th, 69th and 70th floors of 30 Rockefeller Plaza, is New York City’s most astonishing attraction. The memorable experience includes a stunning 360-degree, clear view from the 70th-floor observatory, 850 feet in the sky! Hours of Operation: 8:00 AM – Midnight, the last elevator goes up at 11:00 PM. The main entrance is found on 50th Street between 5th & 6th Avenues.