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Las Vegas Spring Break Guide 2020

Ready to countdown to Spring Break? Let us help you plan the most epic vacation. We have the ultimate list of restaurants to dine, things to do, and parties to attend. Check out this guide for everything you need to know about spring break in Las Vegas.

  • Las Vegas Dayclubs

    Once arriving in Las Vegas, use our mobile check-in app to get to your room faster and then switch into your bathing suit. We have the best day parties on The Strip and there is a pool for every type of scene you are looking for. Looking for more of a relaxing scene? ARIA’s Liquid Pool Lounge offers an upscale setting in an adult-only pool offering an intimate day-club experience in a relaxing environment. If looking for a unique pool experience, head over to BARE at The Mirage and enjoy this adults-only playground that features an European-style topless pool, live DJs spinning, and the hottest staff in Las Vegas.

    For the ultimate turn-up head over to MGM Grand’s Wet Republic and DAYLIGHT at Mandalay Bay. At Wet Republic, enjoy tricked-out bungalows, party cabanas, premium bottle and pitcher service, and an open-air covered lounge open to mingle and dance. DAYLIGHT offers an incredible star-studded lineup of performances with big names such as Rick Ross and EDM favorite Morgan Page. Newly open but making a big splash on the scene is JEMAA located on the rooftop at NoMad. JEMAA features a live band, a tropical house vibe on Sundays and even a cocktail fountain that can be delivered to the cabana.

  • Las Vegas Nightclubs

    Things start to heat up in Vegas nightclubs when the sun goes down. Start your weeknight at ARIA’s JEWEL for Flawless Mondays, where you can see firsthand how the locals party while hearing the industry’s top turntable talent. Thursdays, Hakkasan Nightclub at MGM Grand is the place to be. Hear sets from world-famous DJs such as Calvin Harris and choose to vibe in one of their lounges or be in the center of the action on the main floor. On the weekend, head over to Mandalay Bay and party at LIGHT Nightclub, known for hosting the hottest hip-hop artists and complimentary cocktails until midnight. Before you leave Vegas, head over to Park MGM and visit the newest hotspot on The Strip - On The Record. This new club hidden behind a real-life record store features both indoor and outdoor spaces, providing ample space for dancing or relaxing with friends. Locate the hidden rooms in the club and you and your friends can party in a private setting.

  • Las Vegas Restaurants

    After a long day at the pool, it’s time to eat. Head over to newly opened International Smoke at MGM Grand and try Aisha Curry's on favorable wood-fired steaks, seafood, ribs, and vegetarian entrees. Be liberated at Libertine Social at Mandalay Bay and experience the cool vibe at this gastropub that features amazing cocktails and mouthwatering menu. Dress up in your best outfit and try Bellagio’s newest hotspot The Mayfair Supper Club. This venue reminiscent of the swinging prohibition-era jazz club will transport you to the glamorous supper club of yesteryear and is open to 3 p.m. Fridays through Sundays.

  • Las Vegas Shows

    Looking for some shows to see while on vacation? If looking for the perfect girl’s night out, head over to Thunder from Down Under and spend time with Australia’s hottest men! Check out the schedule for the Aces of Comedy at The Mirage to see who is performing while you are in town to enjoy a night of laughs. For a list of all of the best shows in Vegas while you are in town, take a look at our Entertainment page.

  • Things to Do in Las Vegas

    If looking for things to do during the day, we have some great activities on The Strip. First, nearby to MGM Grand is Topgolf, a four-level entertainment venue with interactive golf games, balls that score themselves, climate-controlled hitting bays, pool, and delicious food. Get your thrills on the world’s first coaster to feature a 180-degree “heartline” twist and dive at New York-New York’s Big Apple Coaster. Step it up a notch and ride the coaster with Virtual Reality and thank us later.

  • Spring Break for Families in Las Vegas

    While it may not have always been the case, Las Vegas is now way more family-friendly. Today in Las Vegas families can do all sorts of fun things. Did you know there’s a full aquarium out here in the desert? Nothing excites kids more than getting up close and personal with unusual animals, so visit the Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat and watch bottlenose dolphins frolic and feed in the outdoor lagoon, then venture into the garden to see white lions, tigers, and leopards. For more deep-sea adventure, stop by The Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay, where a walk through an underwater tunnel will have your family surrounded by thousands of species, from graceful sea turtles to delicate jellyfish—and of course, sharks. Sometimes on vacation, you just want to take it easy. The MGM Grand Pool Complex features a 1,000-foot lazy river and over at Mandalay Bay Beach enjoy 11 acres of sand, wave pools, and lazy river.

    The Blue Man Group show has the perfect family fare: witty enough for adults and silly enough for kids. The show’s talented, blue-painted trio's energetic drumming and wild shenanigans are one of the most creative shows ever to hit the Strip. At Excalibur, there’s plenty of fun, family-friendly activities such as the Ultimate 4-D Experience where you can join your favorite characters go on 15-minute adventures in high-definition 3-D projection and special effects. Also, at Excalibur is the Tournament of Kings show where knights battle it out on the field and ride real horses to earn the honor of their countries. Lastly, check out our guide to family restaurants in Las Vegas that will satisfy all the different types of tastes in the family.

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