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:

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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?

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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.

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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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Don’t Miss These Stories:

 

* 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


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

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Las Vegas 1992

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Uber & Lyft Las Vegas

Terminal 1 Pickup Point at McCarran International Airport

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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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