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Access Vegas Insider Vibe March 31, 2021

Newkirk’s Notes

Access Vegas Founder Ted NewkirkHello From Las Vegas! – The restrictions are nearly over (we have the scoop), Resorts World (former Stardust property) has made a controversial decision you may want to know about, and we have an in-depth article section about the “Don’ts” you need to know regarding the new Circa Las Vegas resort downtown Fremont Street.

Hint: Knowing the Circa “Don’ts” can save your wallet some significant pain, especially with the in-depth options and alternatives we give you the experienced scoop on.

Let’s dive in!


Newkirk’s Notes has been published by AccessVegas.com Founder Ted Newkirk continuously (in one form or another) since 1995.

Ted is a noted and quoted Las Vegas analyst, having been quoted and sourced multiple times in 2020 along in publications ranging from the Las Vegas Review-Journal (Nevada’s largest newspaper) to U.S. News and World Report.

Newkirk’s Notes go well beyond the basic news, rumors, and (often questionable) thoughts and proclamations floating around on the internet. Our Supporting (Paid) Members know not only what is happening, but why, and how they can benefit (or know what to avoid).

For example countless Members have had incredibly enjoyable and successful visits to Las Vegas during COVID simply because they were truly in the know, and not only knew what was happening, but what was on the horizon.

Saving them money, time and inconvenience.

At $34.80 for an entire year (only $2.90 per month), we distill down what you really need to know, so that your trip this spring, summer, or even later in the year turns out to be your best ever. And, we GUARANTEE it.

Especially in these unprecedented times, find out what it is like to ACTUALLY be in the KNOW this time around:

Members.AccessVegas.com


Hope You Are Enjoying This Issue!

Ted Newkirk
Founder/Managing Editor
AccessVegas.com


Las Vegas Shows

Cirque du Soleil Plans to Reopen 2 Las Vegas Shows

Las Vegas entertainment continues to be looking like it’s rebounding in 2021 with further shows planning on reopening this year. Representatives with Cirque du Soleil say the company plans to bring back its “O” show and “Mystere” to properties on the Las Vegas Strip.

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Las Vegas Dining

Wicked Spoon Buffet at Cosmopolitan Hotel-Casino on Las Vegas Strip Coming Back

Wicked Spoon Buffet inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas will make its return with breakfast and lunch service to guests beginning March 25. The award-winning buffet will once again offer its wicked twist on the traditional buffet experience, featuring familiar staples and imaginative seasonal dishes, alongside bottomless beverage packages Thursday-Sunday. Specialty holiday brunch will also return beginning Easter weekend on April 4.

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Las Vegas Hotels

Aria Resort and Casino on Las Vegas Strip Puts Up Spring Display in Lobby

Spring is in the air at Aria Resort and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip. The resort put up the spring display in its lobby. It features hot air balloons floating under a sky made of shades of blue and turquoise fabric. There are also oversized birds soaring above.

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Members Mania

Note From Ted:

Members Mania is a regular feature for our Supporting (Paid) Members. Membership includes our “Your Guy In Vegas” feature, where you can reach out to myself and our paid staff of experts with your specific Vegas questions. We don’t have “canned” answers. We’ll ask you for some details pertaining you your wants and needs. Then, answer accordingly.

We are flying into Vegas in 5/8 and I’ve just heard that shuttles are not running. My husband uses a scooter that can be folded in placed in a trunk. Do you think there are Lyft or Uker drivers that could accommodate us? Or is there some other way to get to the 4 Queens?

Tonya Schneller-Music via the AccessVegas.com Las Vegas Insider Vibe Membership Facebook Group

 

Paid (Supporting) Members, please login to your Membership Area to read the answer!

Whether it has been accurate information on exactly what is happening in Las Vegas, accurately letting our Members know what to expect as Las Vegas reopened, specific information they NEED to know for their next visit which we answer via our Your Guy In Vegas Membership benefit, or more…

Investing less than $3 per month (paid yearly) with our Access Vegas Insider Vibe Membership Program is the ultimate way to hedge the thousands you spend on your Las Vegas vacation. Especially as you are needing the best information now (more than ever) as you decide exactly when you can or should start to think about your return visit after the COVID upheaval.

The casinos don’t fund us. No cause or political party funds us. We are Member-Supported. Invest in a One-Year Membership TODAY!

 

Free Subscribers: This article, with more valuable tips, is immediately available in our Insider Vibe Members Area. Become a member today for instant access to this and a year of access to our library of Las Vegas information guaranteed to save you money and time on your next visit!


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Las Vegas Tours and Attractions

Internationally Acclaimed Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit To Make Debut in the Heart of Las Vegas

Lighthouse Immersive and Foster Entertainment, the catalysts of the mesmerizing digital art space, brings its worldwide sensation, ​Immersive Van Gogh, to the heart of Las Vegas for the first time ever! The visually-striking exhibition encourages guests to experience the awe-inspiring works of post-Impressionist artist Vincent van Gogh through 500,000 cubic feet of immersive projections, 60,600 frames of video and 90,000,000 pixels. Immersive Van Gogh will be making its Las Vegas debut at a secret location, soon to be announced.

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Las Vegas Sports

Las Vegas Adds To Its March Madness Legend, With A Regional On Deck And A Final Four Looming

The NCAA Basketball Tournament’s first weekend traditionally draws one of the year’s largest tourism crowds to Las Vegas, before visitation tails off notably for the event’s conclusion over the following two weekends. That’s about to change. In 2023, T-Mobile Arena will host the tournament’s West Regional—the Sweet 16 and Elite 8 rounds—for the first time ever, a development that could cement Las Vegas as a regular tournament host site. And it happened sooner than expected.

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Las Vegas Gambling

Man Hits $892,000 Jackpot at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

On Friday, March 12 one lucky guest from California won $892,000 while playing the Vacation slot game at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. In the midst of celebrating a friend’s birthday, Jamie scored the top prize earning nearly $900,000 making for an unforgettable and life-changing visit to Las Vegas.

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Other Las Vegas News

Fremont Street Experience Expects ‘Unprecedented’ Summer, Nevada Resort Association Agrees

The party is just beginning in downtown Las Vegas as the Fremont Street Experience is predicting an “unprecedented” summer season and is looking to fill several positions to get ready. Those jobs include SlotZilla Ride operators, sales associates, custodians, security and maintenance.

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* Travelers United suing MGM Resorts over Resort Fees

* Know before you go – Travel experts say your next vacation will likely look different

* The Best New Hotspots in Las Vegas – We found the hottest new hotels and shopping in Sin City

* Las Vegas tourism emerging from lockdown

* Forecaster Sees Las Vegas Rebound

* Travel experts seeing tourism momentum in Las Vegas despite CDC discouraging travel

* Grand Canal Shoppes welcomes back Streetmosphere entertainment

* Is Las Vegas making a pandemic comeback?

* First Friday in downtown Vegas will return in April, first time since pandemic started

* Visitors, tourism officials upbeat about return to ‘Vegas’ vibe

* Airlines to extend traveler voucher expiration dates

* Las Vegas mayor continues to decry COVID-19 restrictions one year after shutdown

* One Year Later – Hope on the horizon for the Las Vegas Strip

* Busy weekend in Las Vegas as state’s positivity rate drops to 9-month low

* Allegiant Air sees increase in bookings to Las Vegas, executive says


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Vegas Videos You’ll Enjoy

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Westgate Hotel & Casino

(Producers Notes) Walk with us and explore The Westgate Hotel & Casino located in Las Vegas.

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Flamingo Go Room Tour

(Producers Notes) We were visiting Vegas in early November and were able to get a complimentary Flamingo GO room for 5 nights. We are always partial to Caesars Entertainment and had no complaints with this room!

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We Ate Only Appetizers at Grand Lux Cafe Las Vegas

(Producers Notes) We ordered all appetizers at the Grand Lux Cafe at Venetian in Las Vegas: Asian Nachos, Double Stuffed Potato Spring Rolls, Buffalo Chicken Rolls, and Mini Cheeseburgers.





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Access Vegas Insider Vibe March 21, 2021

Newkirk’s Notes

Access Vegas Founder Ted NewkirkHello From Las Vegas! – Rooms for the March Madness weekend were ridiculously expensive, and worth every penny. We hit our first 80F day of the year, although keep in mind the March average is around 70F. Always pre-check the weather when packing.

Moving forward…


Newkirk’s Notes has been published by AccessVegas.com Founder Ted Newkirk continuously (in one form or another) since 1995.

Ted is a noted and quoted Las Vegas analyst, having been quoted and sourced multiple times in 2020 along in publications ranging from the Las Vegas Review-Journal (Nevada’s largest newspaper) to U.S. News and World Report.

Newkirk’s Notes go well beyond the basic news, rumors, and (often questionable) thoughts and proclamations floating around on the internet. Our Supporting (Paid) Members know not only what is happening, but why, and how they can benefit (or know what to avoid).

For example, countless Members have had incredibly enjoyable and successful visits to Las Vegas during COVID simply because they were truly in the know, and not only knew what was happening, but what was on the horizon.

Saving them money, time and inconvenience.

At $34.80 for an entire year (only $2.90 per month), we distill down what you really need to know, so that your trip this spring, summer, or even later in the year turns out to be your best ever. And, we GUARANTEE it.

Especially in these unprecedented times, find out what it is like to ACTUALLY be in the KNOW this time around:

Members.AccessVegas.com

MGM Sued Over Resort Fees – Are things finally getting serious? What changes would this mean for you as a visitor? Our Members knew how to (often successfully) contest resort fees in various ways the past 18 months.

Shows Are Back – The extra change made to various show capacities have most shows either back or slated to be back. This also affects sports. We do into all the “need to know”

Major Limo Fire – This Las Vegas happening made national news. However, where were they headed, and why? And, why should anyone thinking about getting married or doing a vow renewal strongly consider this “best kept but in plain sight” wedding venue?

The Mayor Is Livid – With COVID restrictions soon to be turned over from the Governor to the County, Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman wasted no time saying “I told you so” to the detractors who lambasted her for having a different idea than the Governor when it came to restrictions just one year ago.

What did she say? We have the direct (unedited, no commentary) footage, and it will help you understand what to expect as Las Vegas continues to reopen.

The Drew Back To Fontainebleau – The big blue monster sitting 2/3 finished on The North Strip has changed hands. Again. What does the future hold, what will affect hotel prices and availability over the next year or two, and what factors would make your next few trips pretty cheap. Or, pretty expensive. Our Members KNOW what to keep an eye on.

Buy Your Airline Tickets Now? – We analyze future trends in airfare and have some advice that may save our Members significantly.

Mark Hall-Patton – If this name rings a bell, you know him as the bearded man in the Amish hats who shows up on Pawn Stars from time-to-time. We link to a great article on him, and tell Members what you should know about his “day job”, and why worth knowing is well worth your time (and, one of the best values in town!)


Hope You Are Enjoying This Issue!

Ted Newkirk
Founder/Managing Editor
AccessVegas.com


Las Vegas Shows

Virgin Hotels Las Vegas Has A Broad Entertainment Array Coming Our Way

We’re less than a month from the opening of Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, and I’m thinking you’re not as excited as you should be. Sure, it’s been pushed back—from November to January to March 25—but that shouldn’t dampen your enthusiasm. Pandemic stuff. If it made sense to swing open the doors to that shiny new grand entrance in the fall, it would have happened. This place wants to see you really badly.

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Las Vegas Dining

These Las Vegas Nightclubs and Dayclubs are Reopening

All Vegas nightclubs have been closed for a year now because of the pandemic, right? Wrong. While the state’s COVID restrictions mandate that nightclubs stay closed, a handful of venues have been able to reopen and serve guests safely by changing the way they operate. Packed dancefloors and general admission are not allowed, so reservations are required, and clubs have pivoted into lounge-style experiences in order to meet social distancing and other guidelines.

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Las Vegas Hotels

Virgin Hotels Las Vegas to Open with No Resort Fees, Free Parking

Virgin Hotels Las Vegas announced Friday that the property will open its doors with no resort fees and free self-parking. According to a news release, upon opening on March 25, in addition to no resort fees and complimentary self-parking, guests will also enjoy Wi-Fi at no charge, which will be available throughout the resort and in the over 1,500 Chambers.

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Las Vegas Nightlife


Members Mania

Note From Ted:

Members Mania is a regular feature for our Supporting (Paid) Members. Membership includes our “Your Guy In Vegas” feature, where you can reach out to myself and our paid staff of experts with your specific Vegas questions. We don’t have “canned” answers. We’ll ask you for some details pertaining you your wants and needs. Then, answer accordingly.

 

So I know the Monorail is closed. Does anyone have a timeframe on when it might open? I will be in LV last week of April.

Elizabeth Oberlin via AccessVegas.com Las Vegas Insider Vibe Membership Group

 

Ted Responds:

Paid (Supporting) Members, please login to your Membership Area to read the answer!

 


 

Assuming shows startup in earnest after the Governor’s March 15th press conference, does anyone know if Caesars Diamond members are still getting their 2 free show tickets a month? Unless I am completely missing something, it’s conspicuously absent from the Total Rewards status page.

Jim Woltman via TravelZork, ZorkCast (and ZorkFest too!)

 

Paid (Supporting) Members, please login to your Membership Area to read the answer!

 


 

Whether it has been accurate information on exactly what is happening in Las Vegas, accurately letting our Members know what to expect as Las Vegas reopened, specific information they NEED to know for their next visit which we answer via our Your Guy In Vegas Membership benefit, or more…

Investing less than $3 per month (paid yearly) with our Access Vegas Insider Vibe Membership Program is the ultimate way to hedge the thousands you spend on your Las Vegas vacation. Especially as you are needing the best information now (more than ever) as you decide exactly when you can or should start to think about your return visit after the COVID upheaval.

The casinos don’t fund us. No cause or political party funds us. We are Member-Supported. Invest in a One-Year Membership TODAY!

 

Free Subscribers: This article, with more valuable tips, is immediately available in our Insider Vibe Members Area. Become a member today for instant access to this and a year of access to our library of Las Vegas information guaranteed to save you money and time on your next visit!


We have answers to your Vegas questions!

But, you have to ask the questions.

Email us at [email protected], and let us know, what YOU want to know!



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Las Vegas Tours and Attractions

Grand Canyon Railway to Return Steam Engines to Service

Grand Canyon Railway is planning the return of the steam engine this year. The railway announced eight dates from April through October when one of the railway’s two steam engines will pull the 9:30 a.m. passenger train from Williams, Arizona, to the Historic Village inside Grand Canyon National Park.

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Las Vegas Sports

Fans Can Now Tour Raiders’ Allegiant Stadium!

For the first time, Raiders fans will get a chance to experience Allegiant Stadium. Tours of the $2 billion, 65,000-seat facility are now being offered to Raiders personal seat license-holders.

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Las Vegas Gambling


Las Vegas Real Estate


Other Las Vegas News

Get The Most Out Of Las Vegas For Under $100!

Undoubtedly, the first night of a Vegas vacation is the best night. But it’s also the most dangerous night for your wallet. The excitement, the promise of an unforgettable experience, and the presence of friends, family and friendly strangers all might compel you to be a little more generous than normal. In those moments, it’s easy to blow most of your budget on a fancy dinner and several rounds of drinks for everyone and their mom. But don’t worry if you’re almost out of cash after day one, because you can easily budget an entire day in Vegas for under $100. (Taxes, fees and tip are not included. Prices subject to change.)

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What We’re Watching!
Vegas Videos You’ll Enjoy

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Caesars Palace Las Vegas | Resort, Pool & Forum Shops by Dani.702

(Producers Notes) Today we head to Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino Las Vegas to explore the hotel. It’s been a long time since I’ve walked through this resort.

We got to check out the pool and the forum shops and walk around the rest of the hotel and casino. The resort is huge and absolutely beautiful but that Fall of Atlantis show is pretty strange but I do enjoy strange and free attractions.

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The Tropicana Hotel & Casino Walk Thru

(Producers Notes) Walk with us and explore The Tropicana Hotel and Casino located in Las Vegas.

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Big Elvis at Harrah’s Las Vegas by DT Benefits

(Producers Notes) This short video features Pete and a number of current pictures taken in Las Vegas.

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I Ate the BEST Mexican Food at Aria Las Vegas

(Producers Notes) It’s a gourmet Mexican dinner at Javier’s Finest Foods of Mexico at the Aria Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

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It’s Here! Walking Hoover Dam by The Vegas Tourist

(Producers Notes) I previously shot a video walking across Hoover Dam, facing Lake Mead. Many of you asked for the second half, walking on the downside, the Colorado River side of the dam. Here it is. With some of my world-famous tour guide narration!

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Yardbird At The Venetian Las Vegas by Ninth Island Connection

(Producers Notes) We all know that the Ninth Island, Las Vegas is a foodies paradise. Las Vegas attracts every top chef in the world and we have been very fortunate to be able to visit all of these restaurants.

One of the benefits of being in Vegas during the slow season is being able to “walk in” and dine at pretty much any restaurant that we’d like. We have always wanted to eat at Yardbird inside the Venetian, but there were always such long lines that we would just go somewhere else. We stop by and had the best experience!





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Access Vegas Insider Vibe February 26, 2021

Newkirk’s Notes

Access Vegas Founder Ted NewkirkHello From Las Vegas! – In our current members issue, we talk about:

  • The re-opening of hotels back to 7 days per week.
  • Sports attendance allowed again, what you need to know.
  • Why the investment advisers are completely wrong about Las Vegas, and the basic facts they are blind to.
  • The third and final report in our “Hit The Road, Jack” series expertly detailing day trips (with an bonus casino overnight suggestion), one to the north and one to the south. State and Federal parks that are bucket-list items. Historic Route 66 and what you need to know to do it the right way from Las Vegas. This and much, much more. In your own (or a rental) car, no masks required!

Not your thing? Twice per month, we keep our members updated on all of the true “need to know” information regarding all aspects of visiting the current Las Vegas.

Our Supporting Members are not slaves to spammy (and often incorrect, especially during these times) internet information or forums/board where recent, first-hand info on a variety of topics is missing.

And, with our current Coupon Code SAVE777, you get to be the absolutely most knowledgeable, informed Las Vegas visitor, for $2.25 a month (paid yearly).

You can’t even get a cup of coffee (let alone just about anything else) on The Strip for such a small amount. Think about how small a price that is to pay when you consider how much you truly need to be “in the know” when planning a visit during these times when we’re still transitioning out of COVID. Help us with a few pennies, we’re likely to save you serious bucks by helping you make the right choices. Our reputation depends on it.

Join Now, Using Coupon Code SAVE777 to get $7.77 off for a full year of expert Las Vegas info you won’t find elsewhere. Access is instant.

Hope You Are Enjoying This Issue!


Las Vegas Shows

Las Vegas Entertainment Roaring Back Under New Capacity Guidelines

Live entertainment is making a slow comeback on the Las Vegas Strip Friday night. Since Nevada Governor Sisolak eased capacity limits from 50 to 100 people, several shows announced their return.

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Las Vegas Dining

Jean Georges Steakhouse In Las Vegas Makes Lasting Impressions

Outside of the culinary world, Jean-Georges Vongerichten may not be a household name, but it’s a name any Vegas visitor needs to remember, for Jean Georges Steakhouse is one of the most exquisite dining experiences on the Strip. From the elegant, art deco-inspired décor of the space, to playful twists on classic cuisine, the steakhouse promises to impress.

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Las Vegas Hotels

The Plaza Hotel Celebrates 50th Anniversary with Special Deals

The Plaza will celebrate its 50th anniversary with exclusive promotions and special events throughout 2021. The hotel officially opened on July 2, 1971, in downtown Las Vegas as the largest hotel and casino in the world. It has enjoyed a storied history over the last five decades as an iconic destination that continues to evolve, elevate downtown culture, and enhance the guest experience.

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Las Vegas Nightlife

A Brewery With a Rooftop Pool and Beer Museum Could Be Headed to the Las Vegas Strip

From cobalt-blue lake scenes to dusty ghost towns, and from mountain-bordered ranchland to waves of fiery rock, Nevada’s state parks deliver not just on spectacular settings, but on remarkable variety as well.

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Members Mania

Why is the Las Vegas Airport being renamed from McCarran to Harry Reid International Airport?

 

Ted Responds:

Normally, Members Mania consists of answering specific questions our Members have asked, or passing along helpful thoughts and tips from their recent visits. However, this “nearly out of nowhere” action raised so many eyebrows and questions, that I’m going to have to devote serious discussion to it. If it is news to you, I’ll do a brief overview of the details. Then, we’ll dive well into the weeds and even down into the dirt of “why”. Stuff I have yet to year others noting.

The remainder is premium information, for our Supporting (Paid) Members only.


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Las Vegas Tours and Attractions

10 Beautiful State Parks To Visit In Nevada

From cobalt-blue lake scenes to dusty ghost towns, and from mountain-bordered ranchland to waves of fiery rock, Nevada’s state parks deliver not just on spectacular settings, but on remarkable variety as well.

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Las Vegas Sports


Las Vegas Gambling

Lucky Gambler Turns $40 into $40K at Sahara Las Vegas

One lucky gambler at the Sahara Las Vegas won big today playing the triple red hot 777 slot machine. The casino says the winner put in $40 and hit the jackpot for $40,008.

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Other Las Vegas News


What We’re Watching!
Vegas Videos You’ll Enjoy

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Las Vegas Top 10 Dive Bars – Off the Strip!

(Producers Notes) What are the Top 10 Dive Bars in Las Vegas? In this video, we show you the most iconic dive bars in Las Vegas. Many locals and people who visit Las Vegas on the regular will tell you at least one of these destinations is worth a visit.

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Wandering Wynn Resort Las Vegas

(Producers Notes) Today we check Wynn Resort on the Las Vegas Strip. This luxury hotel is very classy and prestige. Defiantly five stars. The pool and rooms look incredible online and I’m sure you would get premium service if you stay here.

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LINQ Las Vegas Next Generation Hotel-Casino

(Producers Notes) Let’s take a tour and show you what’s new to this 32,890 sq ft casino and 2640 rooms. But the main floor is the focus of this video as I take you on a tour of the new things you can expect to see at the Linq. Rematch Bar, The Book sports lounge and Beer Yourself wall are some of the improvements made to this iconic hotel-casino.

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Exploring The Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino

(Producers Notes) Walk with us and explore The Downtown Grand Hotel and Casino located in downtown Las Vegas.

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Nine Fine Irishmen Las Vegas – Traditional Pub Grub!

(Producers Notes) The menu at Nine Fine Irishmen at New York New York Las Vegas includes fish and chips, shepherd’s pie, bangers and mash, and more traditional Irish favorites.




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Physical Address: 3565 Las Vegas Blvd. South #411, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Access Vegas Insider Vibe February 9, 2021

Newkirk’s Notes

Access Vegas Founder Ted NewkirkHello From Las Vegas! – In our current members issue, we talk about:

  • The pending lifting of many COVID restrictions
  • Case number news that will soon be allowing many more of your states to “allow” travel to Nevada.
  • The return of shows and concerts.
  • In addition, we have a special report on everything you need to know on a visit to Red Rock Canyon, the stunning federal park located (literally) 30 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip.

    You can do it like an amateur and miss out on the best times of day, the best route to get there (it makes a huge difference, only amateurs simply put it in their GPS and just drive), what to look for to enjoy in the park, and a “best kept secret” historical area in that area which is well worth the side trip.

Not your thing? Twice per month, we keep our members updated on all of the true “need to know” information regarding all aspects of visiting the current Las Vegas.

Our Supporting Members are not slaves to spammy (and often incorrect, especially during these times) internet information or forums/board where recent, first-hand info on a variety of topics is missing.

And, with our current Coupon Code SAVE777, you get to be the absolutely most knowledgeable, informed Las Vegas visitor, for $2.25 a month (paid yearly).

You can’t even get a cup of coffee (let alone just about anything else) on The Strip for such a small amount. Think about how small a price that is to pay when you consider how much you truly need to be “in the know” when planning a visit during these times when we’re still transitioning out of COVID. Help us with a few pennies, we’re likely to save you serious bucks by helping you make the right choices. Our reputation depends on it.

Join Now, Using Coupon Code SAVE777 to get $7.77 off for a full year of expert Las Vegas info you won’t find elsewhere. Access is instant.

Hope You AreEnjoying This Issue!

Ted Newkirk
Founder/Managing Editor
AccessVegas.com



Las Vegas Shows

Garth Brooks Concert at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas Rescheduled Again

Garth Brooks has rescheduled his massive stadium concert in Las Vegas for a second time due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The concert, once set for Aug. 22, 2020 at Allegiant Stadium, was rescheduled to Feb. 27 last July. Brooks’ team announced it would be rescheduled again to July 10, 2021.

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Las Vegas Dining

Downtown Las Vegas’ Arts District Is Booming With Breweries

The 18b Las Vegas Arts District was formed in 1998 to promote artistic endeavors of all mediums. In the past five years, the 18-block initiative has welcomed a new art form-the craft of brewing beer-which has blossomed into what can rightly be called a beer district, with five breweries, two brewery taprooms and a handful of beer-centric pubs.

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Las Vegas Hotels

Bellagio Reveals Room Upgrade Designs and They’re Sexy

Bellagio resort is renovating its rooms and guests will be able to check out the redesign as soon as April 2021. No renovation cost was given by Bellagio, but we’re pegging it at $100 million based upon comparable projects as well as our boundless capacity for winging it.

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Las Vegas Nightlife

Don’t Miss These Stories:

Members Mania

As we’ve devoted parts of this and the previous issue to the thought of renting a car when you visit, even if you usually don’t, we thought it would be a good time to post the following advice regarding whether to get the extra coverage car insurance on your rental.

 

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This note from an insurance agent details when it is wise to take the insurance, and when it isn’t. And yes, there is a dividing point depending on a number of factors. Relying on your personal car insurance isn’t always the most wise move, and he details the factors to consider.

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What’s in Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino?

(Producers Notes) Today we explore inside Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip. I’ve been curious about what is in this hotel for a while. It sits so far back from the boulevard and behind the Grand Bazaar Shops, that I forget that it is there. It not one of the more exciting hotels but there are some fun and kid-friendly things to do inside.

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I’m Moving to Las Vegas, Where Should I live? – Ask The Vegas Tourist

(Producers Notes) One of the most often asked questions on Las Vegas forum boards: Hey, I’m Moving To Las Vegas, where should I live? And here is my most popular response, in detail!

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I Ordered a TOWER of Churros at the Venetian Las Vegas

(Producers Notes) Chica at the Venetian Las Vegas is a must-try restaurant for unique South American flavors on the Las Vegas Strip.

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The Only Casino Buffet Open In Vegas – South Point Garden Buffet Champagne Brunch

(Producers Notes) Whenever we come to Vegas, we make it a point to do at least one Buffet! Thankfully the Garden Buffet at South Point Hotel Casino & Spa is still open. We stopped in for the Champagne Brunch and have to say that this the best buffet for the price. It is off strip, but not far at all and totally worth the trip!





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