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Best Breweries in Las Vegas

When the Natufians concocted an alcoholic gruel for ritualistic feasting, it is clear, 13,000 years later, they were on to something… For an amalgam of eons and millennia, humanity has found its great equalizer: Beer. The history of this beverage is expansive; robust, to say the least. Spanning every continent, every civilization, every celebration, every stadium, every milestone, and every heartbreak at a pub conceived by man. Any rabbit hole google search will reveal to any drunk pseudo anthropologist the true depth of this fermented alchemy’s biblical history on earth, but since National Beer Day is coming upon us on April 7th, let’s just say for all intents and purposes, there is more to learn about beer from drinking than reading. Don’t worry; we will vouch for you.

It’s no coincidence that Sin City houses one of the nation’s most comprehensive communities of craft beer aficionados. With the deep concentration of globally acclaimed chefs, sommeliers, and world-class drunks who’ve anchored business and pleasure in Las Vegas.

Amongst the city’s epic homage-laden soirées celebrating the foamy hop, such as the Water Street Oktoberfest, Motley Brew’s Downtown Brew Festival, and the great Nevada Beer Bash, National Beer Day is the only one Nevadans share with the nation. And as guests of Club de Soleil and honorary representatives of Sin City, you have an immense obligation to participate. After all, isn’t it worth celebrating perhaps the only thing all Americans can agree on at this point?

Below is a list we’ve compiled of some of the best breweries in town… so do the hop!

Beer Glasses


197 E California Ave #130
Las Vegas NV 89104

Featuring 24 taps of their own brewed craft beers, plus an arsenal of guest beers, cider, wine, and cold brews, it’s clear the owners Wyndee and David Forrest’s passion about building a community around quality driven beers is as authentic as their dizzying selection of ales. And this isn’t just our opinion- this brewery is both a crowd and critic pleaser garnering such accolades as Favorite Local Brewery and Readers Choice by Las Vegas Weekly.

Bad Beat

7380 Eastgate Rd #110
Henderson, NV 89011

The only thing Henderson’s Booze District is more famous for than its many sordid nights is Bad Beat- an idea its owners say was ‘born out of our love for poker and craft beer.’ Check out their taproom, where they offer four of their own batches on tap year-round as well as eight rotating specialties and some gold ole classic board games to play. But pace yourself, or you may fold before sampling their wide array of foam tops.

Astronomy Aleworks

7350 Eastgate Rd #170
Henderson, NV 89011

‘We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars’ said a boozy Oscar Wilde, and Astronomy Aleworks, also in the Henderson Booze District, can attest to that. This place is cosmic with it’s ultra galactic science fiction theme whetting the palates of many Star Trek and Star Wars fans. But don’t let it be fantasy, any tour of this brewhouse’s 12 beers on tap will leave more stars in your eyes than Carl Sagan.

Lovelady Brewing Company

20 S Water Street
Henderson, NV 89015

Luck be a Lovelady tonight at Lovelady brewing. And after 20 years in business, you know she’s on your side. If 16 tap handles aren’t enough to entice you, this brewhouse’s unique rustic atmosphere allows guests to bring your own food.

Hudl Brewing Company

1327 South Main Street Suite 100
Las Vegas, NV 89104
Taking nods from the San Diego craft beer movement, this eclectic brewery’s cool Brooklyn vibes gives a lovely ambiance for a group of friends to HUDL while drinking… or while pulling one’s hair back as she vomits quality IPA. With 22 beers on tap spanning a diverse flavor spectrum, make sure to check out their signature Vanilla Oak Cream Ale or High Hatter Pineapple, which are both crowd favorites.

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Mardi Gras Las Vegas

Mardi Gras Las Vegas

If a jaunt to The Big Easy this Mardi Gras is not in the cards head on over to Sin City for Mardi Gras Las Vegas, where you won’t have to work as hard for those beads but the sinning will be comparable. Mardi Gras is French for “Fat Tuesday,” reflecting the practice of the last night of eating rich, fatty foods before the ritual Lenten sacrifices and fasting of the Lenten season. Traditionally celebrated in New Orleans, the spirit of Mardi Gras has found its way further west in Las Vegas, and Club de Soleil is the perfect home base for all wannabe party gras visitors with it’s central location to the action. Although Mardi Gras normally falls on March 1, 2022, Mardi Gras Las Vegas in true Las Vegas fashion extends the festivities to span over a week. And with Las Vegas weather in March as temperate as it is, this timeline of festivities are appreciated by both tourists and locals alike.


Fat Tuesday Las Vegas

3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119

Begin your Fat Tuesday Las Vegas adventure with a sugar rush at Fat Tuesday Las Vegas where the libations are epic, the portions gigantic, and the servings are portable! That’s right, in Vegas it’s legal to take your drinks off site so stock up on your boozy fuel for the rest of the night by making this first pit stop. Take our shuttle to Tropicana on The Strip and head on over to Fat Tuesday Las Vegas at MGM Grand and you’re almost there!

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Mardi Gras Celebration Las Vegas

Mardi Gras Parade at the Orleans Hotel
4500 W Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89103

On Tuesday Feb 25th, the casino will host a Mardi Gras Las Vegas parade where a live Dixieland band will blow the horn off the mundane as they serenade the casino floor with joy from 2:00pm-8:00pm. This annual celebration of mayhem is adorned in all the traditional fanfare one might come to expect from its southern counterpart. With some signature boozy cocktails to match, it will be hard deciphering this celebration from the one in New Orleans. Check back with The Orleans closer to the date of the event for updated pricing for admission. If it’s nippy outside, don’t fret, these festivities all take place indoors. Mardi Gras girls will be passing out those beads so make sure you have your game face on.

No Prohibition on Fun

1923 Prohibition Bar

3930 Las Vegas Blvd S STE 101, Las Vegas, NV 89119

If Las Vegas weather in March gets frosty during the day, save your energy for NOLA Nights at 1923 Prohibition Bar at Mandalay Bay. For years, Prohibition Bar has put its signature sordid fun on this Louisiana themed soiree with live music, burlesque dancers, and Mardi Gras inspired everything, the bead collecting here is always an unforgettable riot. Check it out on Saturday, Feb. 26 from 6 p.m.- 11 p.m. Admission prices are still TBA.

By now you probably need some sustenance to sop up all the boozy fun you’ve had.. and maybe a few moments to reflect on all the dignity you lost for those beads. Check out these savory outposts featuring some of the city’s best Creole cuisine.

Hot and Juicy


3663 S Las Vegas Blvd #590, Las Vegas, NV 89109

No Creole cuisine is not complete without some Louisiana crawfish and Hot and Juicy knows just how to serve this up in true southern fashion: HOT! Grab a bib and dig into some of the best seafood boils in town. Prices are reasonable but that lingering seafood smell isn’t- so try planning your crawfish towards the end of your day so you don’t smell too authentic during Mardi Gras Las Vegas.

Pier 88 Boiling Seafood & Bar

5825 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89146

For some slightly elevated seafood from Hot and Juicy, check out Pier 88 Boiling Seafood and Bar. The southern boils here are fully customizable and offer some great Crab and other shellfish options. Check those market prices before gorging on too much… seafood can get expensive!

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Mississippi Mary’s Soul Food Cafe

3923 W Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89102

This southern kitchen is as authentic as it gets, and the bevy of diners willing to make the 20 minute trek from Club De Soleil to grab some nosh at this eatery speaks volumes of the flavors being served up here daily. Among their extensive soul offerings this place is known city wide for having some mean gumbo. For something heartier, their chicken and waffles are also legendary. Top it all off with some delicious peach cobbler, sweet potato or pecan pie or banana pudding- all their desserts are worth the pilgrimage alone.

Saint Honore Donuts and Beignets

9460 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89147

There’s no sweet tooth better than a Louisiana one and Saint Honore Donuts and Beignets proves this nightly with their selection of fresh made to order beignets. Although Beignets are usually served in New Orleans as breakfast fare with powdered sugar on top, they hold up at all times of the day as a sweet treat. Like tradition, Saint Honore prepares them right before consumption to be eaten fresh and piping hot. In the United States, beignets have been synonymous with New Orleans Creole cuisine and is usually served as a dessert.


Papillion Tours

Strip Helicopter Night Flight

Strip Helicopter Night Flight

If you aren’t afraid of heights and you’re looking for something different to do during the week, Papillion’s Las Vegas Helicopter Tour is accepting reservations for Night Flight. Night Flight will hover over the entire famous Las Vegas Strip with a complimentary glass of champagne and some additional facts about the history of the Las Vegas Strip provided by the pilot. The tour lasts for approximately 10 – 15 minutes and covers the entire strip and the Downtown district. Ticket prices start at $84 per person.

All guests are encouraged to bring their State issued IDs, masks, and their cameras. **Give certificates are available as well, if you would like to gift someone with this experience.

For more information and to book a flight, visit: Papillion – Helicopter Tours

Vegas Big Bus Tour

Need Something To Do This Week?

Need Something To Do This Weekend?

Vegas Big Bus Tour

We’ve got you covered with this often overlooked gem. We know you’ve seen the red double-decker bus on the Strip and have wondered how you can hop on! Well, we have news for you, Thursday through Monday of each week, Big Bus Tours is providing bus tours of famous Vegas landmarks and others that you might not be familiar with.

Big Bus Tours offers two distinct ticketing options, including the Classic and Premium ticket. The most significant difference between the two ticket options is night tours and discounts for kids. Ticket prices range between $45 and $63. If you would like more information regarding Big Bus Tours, please visit:


Housekeeping Week at Club de Soleil

Housekeeping Week at Club de Soleil


Not many people think about housekeepers when they enter a hotel or resort, but housekeeping and maintenance is one of the most difficult jobs there is. Lots of hard work goes into making sure rooms and suites are tidy, clean and safe for guests to stay in. Thanks to our Housekeepers and Maintenance crew, your rooms are just that.

Since 1981, showing appreciation for housekeepers and maintenance workers has become a sponsored holiday where companies often spend the entire week honoring their hard work and dedication to guests.

Eva Rodriguez is the Housekeeping Director for Club de Soleil and has been working in the hospitality industry for 25 years. For her this is a very important week for the industry as housekeeping and maintenance is the backbone of the resort and deserves to be recognized.

“This week means everything to me. I do recognize my entire team every single day because being a housekeeper is a very hard job and takes dedication,” said Rodriguez.

This year due to COVID-19, Housekeeping week looked a little bit different than previous years. However, we were still able to do fun things and give goodies to show our appreciation for housekeepers and maintenance staff!

We know that next year will be better than ever and we look forward to showing our appreciation to our amazing staff not just this one week but every day of the year. The next time you see a housekeeper or a maintenance worker give them a socially distanced wave or a smile.


Scenic Hiking Experiences In Las Vegas

Scenic Hiking Experiences In Las Vegas


Are you looking to take the family on a scenic experience in Las Vegas, but don’t know good hiking trails that will be fun for all? We have you covered! Right in Vegas’ backyard are some of the most beautiful and picturesque sights to experience with an outdoor aspect for everyone.

Las Vegas has several different places for families to go, one of the most popular being Red Rock Canyon. People go to see the infamous “red rocks” and to hike or take an evening drive around the scenic loop. Another gorgeous experience is Mount Charleston is, especially for those visiting Vegas in the winter months. The snow and winter activities that can be done on the mountain are unbelievable. Lastly The Valley of Fire is worth the drive as it is full of rich and beautiful history.


Red Rock:

Red Rock Canyon has 13 miles of a beautiful scenic drive to admire the amazing canyons and peaks. A Visitor Center is located just past the entrance for guest’s convenience. It includes indoor and outdoor exhibits, plants throughout the canyon, wildlife to expect, and desert tortoise habitats. You can also bike, climb, and horseback ride as well. The daily entrance fee for a car/truck is $15 per vehicle. All entrance fees go towards upkeep to the canyon.

Easy/Moderate – Calico Tanks Trail

This 2.2 mile out and back trail offers wild flowers, beautiful views of red rock and a chance for some boulder scrabbles. It is well marked on the way to tank and the scenery is perfect in the morning hours. This trail offers limited to no shade so be careful in the summer months.

Hard/Difficult – Turtlehead Peak Trail

This 4.6 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail, beautiful views of Red Rock Canyon, and the Las Vegas Strip can be seen from a –top of Turtle Head. This trail has pretty steep inclines, & rock crawls. The trail is well marketed but it is easy to veer off the main trail at times if you do not pay close attention.


Mount Charleston:

Spreading over 90 acres, the Spring Mountains Visitor Gateway offers a Visitor Center, Education Building, group picnic areas, two amphitheaters, trailheads, and expansive areas with benches to take in the views of Kyle Canyon and Charleston Peak. The Seven Stones Plaza at the Gateway honors the 7 Paiute tribes who consider this a sacred Nuwuvi creation place. Also found at the Gateway is the Silent Heroes of the Cold War Memorial, the nation’s first national Cold War memorial.

From a cool escape in the summer to a snowy wonderland in the winter, the Spring Mountains offer a distinct change in seasons not normally found in the Mojave Desert. Fall colors and spring wildflowers delight hikers who visit during these quiet seasons. You can also horseback ride, climb, off road drive, bike, and experience the gorgeous scenic drive.


Moderate – Mary Jane Falls Hiking Trail

This 2.9 out and back trail is a moderate uphill hike with a ton of switchbacks, but the ending is beautiful with a waterfall (season permitting). The trail is very visible and busy. There are many places to stop and rest if needed. One of the busiest trails in Mount Charleston so go early and bring lots of water.

Moderate/Hard – Cathedral Rock Hiking Trail

This 2.7 out and back trail is located near Mount Charleston Lodge. It is best used from May until November and closed in the winter months due to snow. The travel offers thick patches of aspens and evergreen, views of The Cliffs with a drop off of 1,000 feet. Once you reach the  top, at 8,000 feet above sea level,  mind your snacks as the Palmer Chipmunks enjoy the views also. Please resist feeding them, by feeding them they will become dependent on humans for their food.

–Spring Mountain National Recreation Area – Off Rt. 160

Moderate – Hollow Rock Peak

This 5.4 mile out and back lightly traveled trail and is best used from September until May. The trail offers some up and downs and class 3 scrabbling to the summit. The trail gets a little hard to follow near the sandstone portion

Hard – Hidden Arches Hiking Trail

This 6.6 mile out and back lightly traveled trail is recommended for only well experienced adventures. The trail is used by rock climbers and hikers in the area. There is a hidden arch, hence the name. It will appear behind you once the trail seems to end.


Valley of Fire State Park:

40,000 acres of bright red Aztec sandstone outcrops nestled in gray and tan limestone, Valley of Fire State Park contains ancient, petrified trees and petroglyphs dating back more than 2,000 years. A Visitor Center provides exhibits on the geology, ecology, prehistory and history of the park and nearby region. You can also take a drive around the state park with their scenic drive to see all of the beautiful views. Day use entrance fee is $10 per vehicle.

Easy – Fire Wave Trail

This 1.5 heavily trafficked out and back trail and offers sandstone formations that resembles ice cream swirls and or ocean waves of pink, white and red sandstone. The trail starts off sandy and transitions into sandstone. There is no shade on this trail so bring plenty of water and avoid hiking in extreme heat.

Moderate/Hard – Prospect Trail

This 8.8 out and back trail offers spectacular views of Valley of Fire, wildflowers and wild life. Some areas of the trail are not well marked so use of a GPS is recommended. There are boulders and loose rocks within a wash that will need to be traversed.





**We are not affiliated with any of the destinations/ hiking trails listed in this blog.

Experience What is in the Backyard of Las Vegas

Experience What is in the Backyard of Las Vegas

We all know that the Strip is what most come to Vegas for and for good reason, it is truly amazing and a one-of-a-kind experience! But are you someone who likes to go off the beaten path? See the scenery and what is in the backyard of Vegas itself? Las Vegas has some of the most beautiful canyons, hiking paths, and views to see if you venture just outside the Strip itself. Here are some of our suggestions for destinations for hiking or scenic drives!


Mount Charleston: 40 miles from the resort

From a cool escape in the summer to a snowy wonderland in the winter, the Spring Mountains offer a distinct change in seasons not normally found in the Mojave Desert. Fall colors and spring wildflowers delight hikers who visit during these quiet seasons. You can also horseback ride, climb, off road drive, bike, and experience the gorgeous scenic drive. Spreading over 90 acres, the Spring Mountains Visitor Gateway offers a Visitor Center, Education Building, group picnic areas, two amphitheaters, trail heads, and expansive areas with benches to take in the views of Kyle Canyon and Charleston Peak.

Grand Canyon: 276 miles from the resort

Located in Arizona, Grand Canyon National Park encompasses 277 miles of the beautiful Colorado River and mountains galore. The Grand Canyon is rich with history and gorgeous sites. You can hike, take guided tours, take cultural tours, and more! The daily fee is $8.00 per person; all individuals under the age of 15 are exempt from payment.

Red Rock Canyon: 11 miles from the resort

Red Rock Canyon has 13 miles of a beautiful scenic drive to admire the amazing canyons and peaks. A Visitor Center is located just past the entrance for guest’s convenience. It includes indoor and outdoor exhibits, plants throughout the canyon, wildlife to expect, and desert tortoise habitats. You can also bike, climb, and horseback ride as well. The daily entrance fee for a car/truck is $15 per vehicle. All entrance fees go towards upkeep to the canyon.

Boulder City: 27 miles from the resort

Boulder City’s historic Old Town district is home to many quaint shops, museums, hiking, parks, trails, and outdoor activities. Close to the Hoover Dam and Lake Mead, many like to travel to Boulder City to experience another side of Vegas; one where there is no gambling!

Lake Mead National Recreational Area: 33 miles from the resort

This is the perfect place for outdoor enthusiasts! With the options of swimming, boating, hiking, cycling, and fishing at America’s first and largest national recreation area, there is something for everyone! With beautiful views of the mountains and canyons, there is always something to look at that you haven’t seen before.

Valley of Fire State Park: 54 miles from the resort

40,000 acres of bright red Aztec sandstone outcrops nestled in gray and tan limestone; Valley of Fire State Park contains ancient, petrified trees and petroglyphs dating back more than 2,000 years. A Visitor Center provides exhibits on the geology, ecology, prehistory and history of the park and nearby region. You can also take a drive around the state park with their scenic drive to see all of the beautiful views. Day use entrance fee is $10 per vehicle.


Your Guide To What Is Open In Las Vegas!

Are you unsure what to expect on your next trip to Las Vegas? Is everything you love about Vegas still open? We got you covered with, what is open as of July 28, 2020. Please note this is an ever developing situation and the below can and most likely change. The list is just meant to be used as a guide. We strongly encourage you to check directly with the attraction, restaurant or casino for the most up to date opening protocols. Vegas is still here waiting for you!


Being entertained is the name of the game in Vegas. People are always looking for something to ‘Wow’ them, laugh with, or capture their attention. During this pandemic, Vegas is striving to give you the same level of amusement that you have grown to expect.


  • The Mob Museum encourages people to buy tickets ahead of time and has limited entry for visitors.
  • The Neon Museum encourages people to buy tickets ahead of time and has limited entry for visitors.
  • Kenny Davidsen’s Celebrity Piano Bar at the Tuscany Hotel and Casino, there is fitted plexiglass that will separate the audience from the stage. Shows start at 8:45 PM on Friday’s.
  • Big Elvis is back at Harrah’s . Performing Thursday through Saturday at 2, 3:30 and 5 PM and it’s free!
  • The High Roller at the Linq Promenade is open with a limit of 10 people per cabin for social distancing.
  • Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood is partly re-opened with limited hours (11 AM to 7 PM)
  • Topgolf at MGM Grand
  • The Bellagio Fountains are dancing once again.
  • Minus5 Ice Experience located on a skywalk linking Luxor and Mandalay Bay is open.
  • Luxor’s and Mandalay Bay’s Shoppes are open, including Luxor’s HyperX Esports Arena.
  • Shark Reef Aquarium
  • Fly Linq Zip Line
  • The Eiffel Tower



The dice are rolling once again at some of your favorite gambling spots.  Your health and safety are the top priority at the casinos, all have been equipped with Plexiglass screens, increase sanitation protocols, social distancing and have strict enforcement of wearing masks on the casino floor at all times.

Please know that when they are open (times, days of the week, unexpected closures, etc.) could change rapidly so we encourage you to go to their website for more detailed information!

  • The Strat- AKA the Stratosphere
  • Sahara
  • Circus Circus
  • Treasure Island
  • The Venetian
  • Harrah’s
  • Caesars Palace
  • Bellagio
  • The Cosmopolitan
  • MGM Grand
  • New York-New York
  • Tuscany Suites and Casino
  • Excalibur
  • Plaza Hotel and Casino
  • Paris
  • Westgate
  • Aria
  • Mandalay Bay
  • Bally’s
  • Golden Nugget Las Vegas
  • Luxor



We all look forward to good food and Las Vegas has no shortage of restaurants that have just that! Famous Chefs such as Gordon Ramsay and Bobby Flay have places here and then there are hidden gems like Secret Pizza inside the Cosmopolitan that make the choices absolutely endless! Here are a few examples of what is open currently (please visit their website for reservations and open times).

  • Hash House A Go Go
  • Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen and Bar
  • Restaurant Guy Savoy
  • Oscar’s Steakhouse
  • Wolfgang Punk’s Spago
  • Elio at Wynn
  • The Buffet at Wynn
  • Gordon Ramsay Steak
  • Diablo’s Catina
  • Catch at Aria
  • Jean Georges Steakhouse
  • Salt and Ivy
  • Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen
  • Gordon Ramsay Pub and Grill
  • Mesa Grill by Bobby Flay


Please know that for more information on anything mentioned above, our Concierge staff is always available to help you in any way they can! Especially when it comes to making reservations at some of these wonderful places to eat, they will be able to assist you and your family make that happen.

We are so excited to see you and your loved one’s back in Vegas for more memorable vacations and experiences!

We hope to see you soon!

We Are Here For You: COVID-19 Updates

At Club de Soleil, we care deeply about the well-being and safety of our owners and guests and wanted to provide you with an update on the steps we are taking at the resort to ensure your safety!


The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly changed everyone’s lives. That doesn’t stop us from doing everything we can to give our guests the best experience and vacation possible!

We are accepting reservations at the resort for guests and owners to come and stay with us. However, please know that during this time, the resort will only be booked at 50% capacity. We have taken these additional precautions for everyone during COVID-19–

  • The Front Desk and Concierge areas will be fitted with plexiglass acrylic screens and social distance markers are on the floor for everyone’s reference.
  • Keys, lobby access doors, stairway banisters, elevator buttons, desks, door handles, and all other high contact areas will be disinfected regularly by our staff.
  • In your room, we will be placing “Cleaned and Sanitized” stickers in all high contact areas to let you know we got it.
  • Room assignments will be done so in a way that will allow for better social distancing.
  • Enhanced cleaning of the gym.
  • All employees will be participating in ongoing training to ensure health and safety measures are upheld.


Nevada entered Phase Two of reopening on May 29th, since then there have been many positive changes in regards to what we can have open on property. After careful consideration of the Phase 2 plan and guidance from the CDC and state directives, we were able to make these further changes-

  • Our pool and hot tub will be open 24/7 but operating at 50% capacity.
  • Our gym will officially be opening for use.
  • BBQ area will be open for use.


Just recently, the Governor stated that in order for Nevada to stay safe with COVID-19 and remain open it is mandated to wear face coverings in all public areas. This Declaration of Emergency Directive was announced on June 26th, 2020.


With that, all guests must wear face coverings while indoors and while walking around the property. If you are outside and maintaining a 6ft distancing, you are not required to wear one. This is for not only your safety but for everyone at the resort. If you have further questions about the new COVID-19 directive, please click here.


While you are at the resort we recommend you only ride the elevator with people in your party. Please continue to practice social distancing between each other and in all public areas on our property. Such as our walkways, hallways, lobby areas, etc.

We intend to operate as set forth for as long as possible; however, please realize that these are dynamic and rapidly-evolving circumstances that require day-to-day decision making. For our guests, we will commit to waive cancellation penalties or offer full refunds.

All reservations booked having taken advantage of a “non-refundable” offer will have the opportunity to change their travel dates without penalty. All other retail reservations can be changed or cancelled at no charge up to 48 hours before your scheduled arrival.

If you need to adjust retail reservations through our Call Center, please contact our Reservation Team at 1-855-386-4658. If you need to adjust a retail reservation made through an online travel agency (OTA) or another third party, please contact them directly.

Rest assured that we will contact you in the event that we are required to further change course due to updated health and safety guidance. Thank you for your continued support and understanding as our team navigates what is truly new ground for all of us. This is a fluid situation with local, state, and federal jurisdictions issuing guidance and/or restrictions continuously.

Club de Soleil wants to thank you for your continued support and love as we do everything we can to provide you with the best vacation possible!

Unusual Vegas activities for the adventurous

Finding fun things to do on your Las Vegas vacation doesn’t take a lot of effort or imagination. Just point yourself in the direction of the nearest casino, showroom, shopping mall or celebrity chef restaurant and you’re all but guaranteed a great time.

However …

What if you’re the type whose tastes run towards the unconventional, the unpredictable, the unapologetically offbeat? Can you still have a good time in Vegas?

The answer is a resounding yes. You just have to know where to look. Don’t worry about knowing where to start. Here at Club de Soleil, a sunny French Mediterranean vacation ownership property just three miles from the world famous Las Vegas Strip, we’ve done the research for you. Enjoy!


Described as a giant sandbox for grown-ups, Dig This lets you live out your heavy equipment-operating fantasies in bulldozers and excavators. Following a 30-minute training and orientation session, guests can dig trenches or build large earthen mounds. There are also skill tests, like moving humongous tires or deftly plucking basketballs from their resting place on top of safety cones. Feel what it’s like to be a real construction worker!


Tired of living life in the slow lane? Get behind the wheel of a Ferrari, Lamborghini or Corvette at Speed Vegas and put the pedal to the metal. Feel the raw power and precise handling of a fire breathing supercar with a thrilling driving experience on one of Las Vegas’s longest racetracks. What a rush!


Mechanical horse racing machines were once a common site at Las Vegas’ free standing race book gambling emporiums, but now there is only one left in the city. Found on the second floor of the D Las Vegas on Fremont Street, the quarter-operated Sigma Derby Machine allows bettors to book action on five mechanical horses. Betting odds range from 2-1 to 200-1. Once you’ve selected your horse, you have 30 seconds to put in your quarter. Then it’s off to the races!


Housed in a Tudor-style home built in 1938 for a prominent Las Vegas businessman and his family, Zak Bagans’ The Haunted Museum is a storehouse of the weird and macabre the Ghost Adventures personality has acquired traveling the world for his popular Travel Channel show. Take the mandatory guided tour and see Zak’s “possessions,” some of which are allegedly haunted. The collection even includes personal effects once belonging to infamous serial killers. Visitors beware: The once-abandoned house may still harbor evil spirits and was allegedly the site of satanic rituals in the basement. How many times do we have to say it? Don’t go in the basement!


This private horse ranch and equestrian center offers a whimsical visual feast just 20 minutes northwest of downtown Las Vegas. Sheet metal cowboys and cowgirls sit atop various structures, bombs and cutout metal flowers decorate the side gate, silhouettes of horses and sunflowers dot the fences and interior buildings, and old farm implements and horseshoes have been repurposed for maximum esthetic appeal. Built in 1961, the once far-flung stables have been reeled in and overtaken by the city. They are a reminder of a time when Las Vegas was not the runaway metropolis it has become, but an open desert with a patchwork population.


Art to some, painted rocks to others, Seven Magic Mountains is a series of stacked neon boulders that rise some 35 feet above the desert floor 20 minutes south of Las Vegas. Like all public works of art, Seven Magic Mountains is in the eye of the boulder – er, beholder.


Located inside the Rio Hotel and Casino, this KISS-themed mini golf course gives duffers the opportunity to roll a putt up the 15-foot tongue and into the gaping maw of Gene Simmons. Added bonus: a live DJ playing KISS music while you play.


If swimming with the fishes isn’t high on your bucket list, perhaps you’d prefer to watch lovely mermaids cavort with our gilled friends in the 117,000 gallon aquarium of the Silverton Hotel’s Mermaid Lounge. The effect is mesmeric and the price is right – free!


If you’ve never been to Club de Soleil, you simply must experience a getaway to Las Vegas’ French Mediterranean-themed property. Club de Soleil evokes the warmth and charm of the Riviera just three miles from the world famous Las Vegas Strip. Divided into two distinct properties, Club’s 162 suites offer uncommon space, convenience and privacy. Guests can enjoy two 24-hour pools and hot tubs, two putting greens, a tennis court, a fitness center and complimentary shuttle to the Strip.