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Six things to do on your luxury Las Vegas holiday

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Octavio Solorzano

Las Vegas is the perfect destination for the rich and extravagant. First-class entertainment, luxury hotel suites, five-star dining, and high-end cars are only a few of the many opportunities to spend thousands of dollars on.

If you’re out on a luxury Las Vegas holiday and have loads of cash to burn, here are six things most high rollers do.

1. Go on a shopping spree
Are you a shopaholic? Vegas is the ultimate playground for people who love shopping. Upscale stores are located in almost every casino, from Mandalay Place to Caesars Palace. Update your wardrobe at Gucci, purchase expensive jewelry at Tiffany & Co., and look for the newest trends in fashion at the Fashion Show Mall. It’s literally shop ‘til you drop!

2. Relax at a world-class spa
To help you relax after a busy day (or night) of poker tables and shopping, pamper yourself with a luxurious spa retreat. Luckily, Vegas is known for some of the country’s best spas. Whether you’re looking for a modern vibe or something more classic, or simply a place to relax your tight muscles and cluttered mind, Las Vegas has a perfect spa for you. Here are five high-end spas in Las Vegas recommended by the folks from One Queensridge Place.

3. Play high Stakes poker
Do you have the ability to bluff? You might be interested in high-stakes poker tournaments. Buy-ins usually start at a minimum of $10,000. Those who play their hands right are invited to join the World Poker Tour Championship at the Bellagio.

4. Sip a thousand dollar worth martini
Take your Vegas trip up a notch by going to an expensive bar and buying a martini worth thousands of dollars. Yes, thousands. Head to the Fashion Show Mall and get a High Roller martini served with a diamond ring. If you want to take it higher, go to the Wynn Hotel and order a Menage a Trois martini - drenched with gold flakes and has a gold and diamond straw. The cost? $3,000.

5. Throw a party in a Las Vegas suite
Do you want something over-the-top? Rent a pricey penthouse in one of Vegas’ best hotels and party the night away. Some suites have outdoor pools, steam rooms, exercise rooms, rotating beds, wet bars, and so much more! Check out The Huffington Post’s list of the most expensive suites in Las Vegas.

6. Dine at upscale restaurants
Vegas is home to celebrity chefs, award-winning cuisine, and a number of world-class restaurants. Try Wolfgang Puck’s signature pizzas and pastas at Spago, Caesars Palace. Treat yourself with juicy pieces of beef at Delmonico Steakhouse by celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse. You can also sink your teeth into “Chef of the Century” Joel Robuchon’s Le Bar at his restaurant at the MGM Grand.

Can’t get enough of Las Vegas’ lavish lifestyle? Consider staying permanently. A luxury home at One Queensridge Place is a good choice for homebuyers seeking a comfortable, carefree living experience.

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