Access Vegas Insider Vibe – July 14, 1999

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This Issue: RAIN, RAIN, GO AWAY!, Cheap Drinks and Ladies Night



LAS VEGAS NEWS – of interest to tourists:

THE LION HABITAT – is now open at the MGM. This free exhibit lets you walk with the lions just inches from you on all sides (through glass, of course). The early reports have this as a “must see” and we will provide a detailed review in a few weeks.

VEGAS FOR KIDS – If you are bringing your kids to Las Vegas, “101 Things for Kids in Las Vegas” by Carol Stout is a must have. Instead of dragging them through the hot sun or locking them in the room while you gamble (both of which we speak out strongly against), make the trip fun for them. You can enjoy a family vacation here if you treat is as such, and not a gaming trip. This excellent book is available online from Amazon.Com at
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1886161208/invegascom

 

TYSON TO FIGHT AGAIN – If he can stay out of the slammer that long, Mike Tyson returns to the MGM on October 2 to fight a yet-as-unnamed opponent. So, if your vacation falls around that time and you were thinking about a trip here, get over to http://www.accessvegas.com and book now before the rooms get jacked up. Fight weekends are always wild even if you don’t actually attend the fight!

WINNER! – Beth Nicholson of Campbell, CA is the winner of the Pink Taco Sampler plate from the new restaurant at the Hard Rock Hotel.

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Quick Concert Notes:

KENNY ROGERS – plays the Las Vegas Hilton on July 23 and 24. Tickets start at $45 and can be obtained at (702) 732-5755. Las Vegas Hilton discount rooms are available at (Las Vegas Hilton

MANDALAY BAY – PRIMUS on July 25, DC TALK on Aug. 1, ZIGGY MARLEY on Aug. 6, DWIGHT YOAKAM on Sept. 11, JEFF BECK on Sept. 25, and BETTE MIDLER Dec. 31, 1999 and Jan. 1, 2000. Tickets at (702) 474-4000 and Mandalay Bay discount rooms are available at (Mandalay Bay.

ORLEANS – ROY CLARK plays now through July 18, THE RIGHTEOUS BROTHERS July 20-Aug. 1, and THE SMOTHERS BROTHERS Aug. 3-8. For tickets, call (702) 365-7075. Orleans discount rooms are available at Orleans Hotel Casino Las Vegas

HARD ROCK – THE PRETENDERS July 19, DAN FOLGELBERG July 23, BAD COMPANY with DAVID LEE ROTH July 31, IRON MAIDEN with MONSTER MAGNET Aug. 2, EDWIN MCCAIN on Aug. 12, and MOBY with BOOM BOOM SATELLITES on Aug. 13. Tickets at (702) 474-4000 and Hard Rock discount rooms are available at Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas

COMING CONCERTS include RICKEY MARTIN Sept. 12 at Mandalay Bay, THE EAGLES at Mandalay Bay Dec. 27 and 28, BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN in September (date not final), and ALANIS MORISETTE with TORI AMOS at Mandalay Bay Sept. 24. We’ll announce ticket information as it becomes available.




FEATURE STORIES:

The Great Las Vegas Flood Of 1999

Cheap Drinks and Ladies Night

 

 




Have a request for a review? Boggled when you come to town and see the hundreds of dining, attraction, and show opportunities? Let us know what you’d like to hear about! Unlike the tourist magazines where all of the “articles” are really paid ads, we pull out our own wallet and give you the honest scoop. If you appreciate this service, please consider booking your rooms and rental cars for ALL destinations with us.

http://www.accessvegas.com offers you low prices for hotels and rental cars in LAS VEGAS and NATIONWIDE! It’s our sister site featuring secure online booking and INSTANT confirmation. Don’t spend hours on the phone. Book today the cheap, easy way and save!

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July 14, 1999

Access Vegas Insider Vibe – July 7, 1999

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This Issue: Stratosphere Fireworks Fiasco, Hard Rock Hotel Expansion



LAS VEGAS NEWS – of interest to tourists:

Hello from a rainy Las Vegas! We salute those of you on the east coast, where you have been working very hard to beat our high temperatures the past few days (and you have when factoring in the heat index). We truly wish a cooling trend on you. When you need the dry heat, you know where to come.

FREE CIGARS AND FOOD – The Havana Cigar Co. celebrates the grand opening of it’s store in the Tropicana Hotel on Saturday July 10, 1999 from 5-7:00 PM. Complimentary hors d’ oeuvres, beverages, and cigars will be available. This event is open to the public!

NBA AND NHL IN LAS VEGAS? – Ha, ha, ha … Mirage Resorts CEO Steve Wynn wants to buy a team and bring it to town to. That is, provided that the taxpayers build a new arena for it downtown. The idea is to promote vacation packages for sports fans to come see their team. Las Vegas is the 56’th largest media market in the country and already has 3 arenas: Thomas and Mack Center, MGM Grand Garden, and Mandalay Bay events center. However, Mr. Wynn nor his company controls any of them. City Hall is another story …..

NEW YEARS EVE ROOMS – are going quick and aren’t cheap. Prices range from around $250 a night at Boulder Station to $450 a night at the Riviera and $3000 a night at Caesars.

SPEEDERS REJOICE! – If you drive to Las Vegas, the last meeting of the legislature did you a favor. You already know that the quickest way to get rear-ended or run over on Nevada freeways is to go the speed limit. No one else does. However, now you can breathe much easier and look in your rear view mirror a lot less starting last week. A brand new law took effect allowing you to go up to 10 miles over the speed limit (but not exceeding 75 m.p.h.) on freeways and receive a slap-on-the-wrist fine of $25 with no insurance reporting.

MAKINO TODAI RESTAURANT – advertised as a 160 foot royal Japanese seafood buffet just opened at 3965 S. Decatur, #5 (Decatur near Flamingo). Lunch is around $12 and dinner around $20. 40 kinds of sushi, fresh oysters, tons more. We aren’t much for Japanese food, but if you go feel free to submit a review ([email protected]) so that we can let everyone else know if this is worth the 10 minute drive from the Strip.

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Quick Concert Notes:

VANESSA WILLIAMS plays The Venetian July 9 and 10’th. (702) 474-4000 for tickets. Room prices and availability can be checked online by going to
http://www.accessvegas.com/las-vegas-strip-hotels.htm and clicking on the Venetian link.

EAST COAST ROCK FESTIVAL featuring SOUTHSIDE JOHNNY and JOHN CAFFERTY (both with their full bands) at Sunset Station on July 23’rd. Show hotline is (702) 547-7970 and Sunset Station discount rooms are available at
http://www.accessvegas.com/rooms/las-vegas-hotel-reservations-strip-area.htm (Sunset Station link).

PALACE STATION – DAVY JONES on August 6 and HERMAN’S HERMITS featuring PETER NOONE on August 7. Show hotline is (702) 221-6531 and Palace Station discount rooms are available at
http://www.accessvegas.com/rooms/las-vegas-hotel-reservations-strip-area.htm (Palace Station link).

HARD ROCK – B-52’S on July 24, CHARLIE DANIALS BAND, TRACY LAWRENCE, ANDY GRIGGS & MONTGOMERY/GENTRY, and ANITA COCHRAN all together on July 27, and THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND on July 28. Tickets at (702) 474-4000 and and Hard Rock discount rooms are available at Hard Rock Las Vegas Hotel Casino

MARILU HENNER joins the cast of CHICAGO at Mandalay Bay from now through August 22. The show’s run has just been extended well into 2000. Tickets are at (702) 474-4000 and discount Mandalay Bay rooms at link above.

COMING CONCERTS include THE EAGLES at Mandalay Bay Dec. 27 and 28, BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN in September (date not final), and ALANIS MORISETTE with TORI AMON at Mandalay Bay Sept. 24. We’ll announce ticket information as it becomes available.


Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, Scenic Southwest Tours – by plane, bus, or even helicopter! You’ve seen the glossy ads in the tourist brochures. You’ve thought about it. You come all the way to Las Vegas — why not see one of the some of the most famous landmarks in the world! Don’t by tricked by web sites & magazines that offer discount tours. Taxes, park fees, permits can almost double the price. Our prices are inclusive – no hidden charges! Best Las Vegas Tours


FEATURE STORIES:

Stratosphere Fireworks Fiasco

 

Hard Rock Hotel $100 Million Expansion

 

 

We do have a Pink Taco sampler plate to giveaway! This special coupon is valid Sunday through Thursday and expires on August 16, so please only enter if you can use it. We’ll send it out to the 25’th entry at (contest closed) Just sent a blank email — we’ll get your address from you if you win.

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Have a request for a review? Boggled when you come to town and see the hundreds of dining, attraction, and show opportunities? Let us know what you’d like to hear about! Unlike the tourist magazines where all of the “articles” are really paid ads, we pull out our own wallet and give you the honest scoop. If you appreciate this service, please consider booking your rooms and rental cars for ALL destinations with us.

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All contents copyright 1999 Ted Newkirk
July 7, 1999

Access Vegas Insider Vibe – June 30, 1999

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This Issue: Mandalay Bay Buffet


LAS VEGAS NEWS – of interest to tourists:

TED BINION MURDER TRIAL – In what is promising to be the “Trial of the Century” here in Clark County, NV, arrests have been made in the Ted Binion murder case. Arrests include Binion’s girlfriend Sandy Murphy and her presumed lover Rick Tabish. This real life tale of sex, murder, wealth, and drugs will be played out over the next few months. Those wishing to follow it can visit the Review-Journal’s special online section at
https://www.reviewjournal.com/entertainment/movies/binion-downfall-fictionalized-in-death-in-the-desert-video/

ENDLESS SUMMER BEACH PARTIES – The Hard Rock Hotel continues it’s summer beach parties at their newly expanded beach club every Wednesday evening from 6:30 – 10:00 PM. The $10 admission includes 2 drinks and hors d’ oeuvres, basically making admission free! On top of that, beach party patrons are admitted free to Baby’s 80’s club party (usually ladies free, guys $11) that runs late into the night (must show ticket stub at the door, admission only until midnight with stub). Tickets are available by calling (702) 474-4000 and since you will need a room to stagger back to after a night like that, head over to the Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas link to check price and availability.

What Is The Best (Kept Secret) Sunset View In Las Vegas?

 

ESPY’S COMING TO LAS VEGAS – ESPN will televise it’s Espy awards from the MGM Grand Garden on February 14, 2000 starting at 4:30 PM. Tickets will go on sale this fall and (of course) we will let you know the minute they do. What a great opportunity to see the greats of both sports and entertainment live and up close (and a great excuse for an early spring Vegas trip)!

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Quick Concert Notes:

All at the HARD ROCK: BAD COMPANY with DAVID LEE ROTH opening play on July 31. THE ROBERT CRAY BAND July 6. ANI DEFRANCO on July 11. IRON MAIDEN August 2. THE CULT on August 14. TOM PETTY brings his Echo tour to the hotel on Saturday Aug. 21. ANN & NANCY WILSON of HEART on August 24. STEVE WINDWOOD plays there on August 27. Tickets for all available at (702) 474-4000 and Hard Rock room availability at
http://www.accessvegas.com/rooms/las-vegas-hotel-reservations-strip-area.htm

All at the MGM: CARROT TOP now through July 7, RODNEY DANGERFIELD July 8-14, CHER on August 28, and ‘N SYNC September 17 and 18. Tickets are available at (702) 474-4000 and room availability at the MGM can be found by going to
http://www.accessvegas.com/las-vegas-strip-hotels.htm

All at THE SILVERTON: PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS on July 3, THE SUPREMES featuring Mary Wilson on August 20, and THE GAP BAND on September 5. Tickets available at the cage, more info available at (702) 263-7777 and Silverton Room availability can be checked by going to Silverton Las Vegas Hotel Casino


Rental Cars – Don’t pay top dollar! Enter the dates of your visit and compare prices from virtually every major rental car agency (most US cities). Book the lowest price company or your regular agency. Save the hassle and some money – Car Rental Savings Search. Few regret renting a car. Free shuttles and city bus rides can be slow and smelly. Taxis can cost what a rental car costs. Your vacation time is valuable — make the most out of it!


Review of Bay Side Buffet at Mandalay Bay Las Vegas

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FREE CIGARS AND FOOD – The Havana Cigar Co. celebrates the grand opening of it’s store in the Tropicana Hotel on Saturday July 10, 1999 from 5-7:00 PM. Complimentary hors d’ oeuvres, beverages, and cigars will be available. This event is open to the public!

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Have a request for a review? Boggled when you come to town and see the hundreds of dining, attraction, and show opportunities? Let us know what you’d like to hear about! Unlike the tourist magazines where all of the “articles” are really paid ads, we pull out our own wallet and give you the honest scoop. If you appreciate this service, please consider booking your rooms and rental cars for ALL destinations with us.

http://www.accessvegas.com offers you low prices for hotels and rental cars in LAS VEGAS and NATIONWIDE! It’s our sister site featuring secure online booking and INSTANT confirmation. Don’t spend hours on the phone. Book today the cheap, easy way and save!

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June 30, 1999

Access Vegas Insider Vibe – June 24, 1999

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This Issue:Kids In Las Vegas


 


LAS VEGAS NEWS – of interest to tourists:

4’TH OF JULY FIREWORKS IN LAS VEGAS – Unlike previous years, fireworks abound in Las Vegas on July 2, 3, and 4’th including a big display on the Las Vegas Strip this year at the Stratosphere Tower. You can do a free price and availability search for Stratosphere rooms by going to Stratosphere Tower Hotel Casino link. Details and contact information for all fireworks activities are available at http://www.lasvegas.com/events/4thofjuly/.

Free Las Vegas Mandalay Bay Tram

 

RISE AND FALL OF BINION’S – This obituary is premature, but there is no question that the new ownership of Binion’s Horseshoe downtown have instituted cost cutting measures drastically reducing the tradition and allure of this downtown landmark. The days of comp meals for $5-10 blackjack players are a thing of the past, if you want your photo taken with the million dollars you had better bring your own camera, and top table limits have been instituted for the first time in the casino’s history. One wonders how long the $3.00 steak special (referenced in our last issue at last issue will last.

Since the opening of the infamous gambling joint, founder Benny Binion had let you establish your top betting limit with your first bet, no matter how big. Million dollar bets have been made, won, and lost there. For those who long for the “good old days”, the Review-Journal has a great historical piece on Benny at http://www.1st100.com/part2/binion.html

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Quick Concert Notes:

STARSHIP and SURVIVOR play free concerts downtown at the Fremont St. Experience this weekend on June 25 and 26’th. They play two blocks from each other on separate stages and both concerts start at 9:00 PM. Check http://www.accessvegas.com/las-vegas-hotels-downtown.htm and click on the hotel of your choice for downtown hotel availability.

WAYLON JENNINGS plays Texas Station July 3, MORRIS DAY AND THE TIME July 3 and 4’th at Boulder Station, and THE STEVEN SEAGAL BAND July 16’th also at Boulder. Check room rates by going to http://www.accessvegas.com/rooms/las-vegas-hotel-reservations-strip-area.htm and clicking on the appropriate hotel.

NOTE: We have heard your requests and will soon be moving the our publication date to Tuesday in order to give you more advance warning on concerts and events so you can ponder that last minute trip to come have some fun!



 


Should I Bring My Kids Children To Las Vegas?

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Have a request for a review? Boggled when you come to town and see the hundreds of dining, attraction, and show opportunities? Let us know what you’d like to hear about! Unlike the tourist magazines where all of the “articles” are really paid ads, we pull out our own wallet and give you the honest scoop. If you appreciate this service, please consider booking your rooms and rental cars for ALL destinations with us.

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Your input is welcome. Don’t agree with something we said? Write us a “letter to the editor” at [email protected] Guest article submissions are also welcome with full credit to you, your website, etc.

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June 24, 1999

Access Vegas Insider Vibe – June 17, 1999

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This Issue: WCW Nitro Grill at Excalibur


Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, Scenic Southwest Tours – by plane, bus, or even helicopter! You’ve seen the glossy ads in the tourist brochures. You’ve thought about it. You come all the way to Las Vegas — why not see one of the some of the most famous landmarks in the world! Don’t by tricked by web sites & magazines that offer discount tours. Taxes, park fees, permits can almost double the price. Our prices are inclusive – no hidden charges! Best Las Vegas Tours


Golden Gate Las Vegas 99 Cent Shrimp Cocktail Update

 

Bob Stupak’s Las Vegas Titanic Hotel Plan Is Sunk

 

QUARK’S HAPPY HOUR – Trekkies (and everyone else) can enjoy Quark’s
“Intergalactic Happy Hour” featuring $4.25 crab legs and beer Monday nights
from 4-7 PM through July 26. There will be food, prizes and entertainment.
The special features 1/2 lb. of snap & eat crab legs with a bottle of
domestic beer. You can also get a bucket of beer (4 domestic bottles) for
$5. Quark’s is at the Star Trek Experience at the Las Vegas Hilton.

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Quick Concert Notes:

MOTLEY CRUE & SCORPIONS – These two hard rock legends play Mandalay Events
Center on August 11. Tickets are available online by going to
http://www.komp.com/komp/main.cfm?Page=Home and clicking on the
information.



 


FEATURE STORY – WCW Nitro Grill at The Excalibur Hotel

 

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Have a request for a review? Boggled when you come to town and see the
hundreds of dining, attraction, and show opportunities? Let us know what
you’d like to hear about! Unlike the tourist magazines where all of the
“articles” are really paid ads, we pull out our own wallet and give you the
honest scoop. If you appreciate this service, please consider booking your
rooms and rental cars for ALL destinations with us.

http://www.accessvegas.com offers you low prices for hotels and rental cars
in LAS VEGAS and NATIONWIDE! It’s our sister site featuring secure online
booking and INSTANT confirmation. Don’t spend hours on the phone. Book
today the cheap, easy way and save!

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All contents copyright 1999 Ted Newkirk
June 17, 1999

Access Vegas Insider Vibe – June 9, 1999

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really care about. This is not spam. If you receive this by mistake,
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This Issue: Attractions of the Luxor Hotel – IMAX Theatre, Obelisk motion simulator ride, King Tut Museum, and World’s Greatest Pharaohs

Curious about a restaurant, event, or other Las Vegas attraction that
looks fun but you just haven’t gone out of your way to try yet? Let
us review it for you first! Suggestions are always welcome at:
[email protected]



 


LAS VEGAS NEWS – of interest to tourists:

SASSY SALLY’S FINED – According the Review Journal, the Nevada
Gaming Control Board issued allegations of tip hustling and jackpot
guarantees against Sassy Sally’s and the Coin Castle casinos downtown.
To those who have ever been hustled in the door and harassed to play
machines (not to mention having tips demanded by change people when
you hit even a small jackpot), this comes as pleasant news. Owner
Herb Pastor is facing a maximum fine of $1.5 million dollars for this
long-time practice. This ruling is very welcome by those whose
otherwise enjoyable downtown experience was tainted by the unethical
practices of these 2 casinos. The full story is available at:
http://www.lvrj.com/lvrj_home/1999/Jun-08-Tue-1999/business/11329496.html

BEFORE YOU JAYWALK

 

CHECK YOUR BAGS AT THE IP – America West and Reno Air travelers can
check in at the Imperial Palace hotel, including checking luggage,
seat assignments, and even your boarding pass. Other airlines will
soon follow. Call (702) 731-3311 ext. 3102 for details.

JOURNEY AND FOREIGNER – Billed as an evening with two legendary bands,
Journey and Foreigner play the Mandalay Bay events center Saturday
July 31. Tickets are on sale and can be charged by phone at (702)
474-4000 Tickets run $15 – $45

CHRIS ISAAK – Chris Isaak plays Mandalay Bay’s outdoor beach stage on
July 4’th. Tickets are $30 and may also by charged by phone at (702) 474-4000

SLOT PLAYERS VS. TABLE GAMES



 


FEATURE STORY – Attractions of the Luxor Hotel

 

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Have a request for a review? Boggled when you come to town and see
the hundreds of dining, attraction, and show opportunities? Let us
know what you’d like to hear about! Unlike the tourist magazines
where all of the “articles” are really paid ads, we pull out our own
wallet and give you the honest scoop. If you appreciate this service,
please consider booking your rooms and rental cars for ALL
destinations with us.

http://www.accessvegas.com offers you low prices for hotels and rental
cars in LAS VEGAS and NATIONWIDE! It’s our sister site featuring
secure online booking and INSTANT confirmation. Don’t spend hours on
the phone. Book today the cheap, easy way and save!

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Your input is welcome. Don’t agree with something we said? Write us
a “letter to the editor” at [email protected] Guest article
submissions are also welcome with full credit to you, your website,
etc.

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You may subscribe to this newsletter by going to:
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All contents copyright 1999 Ted Newkirk
June 9, 1999

Access Vegas Insider Vibe – June 3, 1999

 

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This Issue:Megabucks Hits! plus piles of current Las Vegas information




MEGABUCKS – Well, someone else is a instant millionaire, and it’s not you or I. Tuesday night, a 49 year old man from Illinois hit for $21,351,116.56 at Caesars. He stuck $10 in the machine and hit on the first pull. In fact, when they showed it on TV, you could see that he still had 7 credits left (like he cares about those now)! He’s single with no kids and just quit his job due to health problems. He will have little income concerns for a while, collecting $853,878.08 every year for the next 25 years. He’s living proof that it never hurts to stick a couple bucks in and try your luck.Interestingly enough, a tourist from Hawaii hit for $4.5 million on a quarter Jeopardy game just a few days earlier at the Mirage.MOB LAWYER FOR MAYOR – Oscar Goodman is now the shoo-in for mayor next Tuesday. He has ran on populist themes, none of which he has presented a plan to institute. In addition, our weak mayor system gives the mayor little power outside of the bully pulpit. On the other side, the publicity and outspoken leadership qualities generally seem to make him preferable to his opponent (whose name isn’t worth clogging your memory with unless you are a trivia buff).

LAS VEGAS AIRLINE UP AND FLYING! – National Airlines, an upstart headed by former management of America West (and having appeared to learn from that airline’s mistakes) has taken to the air. This Las Vegas based airline has partnered with investing hotels Harrah’s and The Rio to offer truly unique service. Quoting from their website: “If you happen to be staying at either Harrah’s or the Rio, just let us know when you check in for your flight to Las Vegas and we will send your bags directly to the hotel. Just get off the plane and head for the fun!” Plus, if staying at either you can check in right at the hotel. Hey, I don’t mind if you skip baggage claim … gives me more elbow room when I have to fly back home here!

National is serving Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, and New York with planned service to 15 more cities over time. They are looking strongly at Miami, as it is under served both in general and for flights to Las Vegas. National Airlines website is at http://www.nationalairlines.com

COMDEX – Believe it or not, hotel rooms are already starting to fill up for Comdex. If you or your company are thinking about coming, do your boss a favor and pass our http://www.accessvegas.com web address along to the person making the travel plans for Comdex or any other convention anywhere in the country. Your boss will appreciate the money you save and you’ll appreciate not staying in some overpriced dive. During Comdex, it is common for fleabag motels on the wrong side of Fremont St. downtown (you know, the ones that are generally overpriced at $99 a week) to charge a non-refundable $100 a night during Comdex. You can also secure your rental cars early and save through http://www.accessvegas.com

SUMMER IS HERE – With the temperatures generally climbing (Memorial Day weekend saw highs close to 100 and lows in the mid-60’s), we can’t stress enough the importance of drinking plenty of water while out there. Because of the very low humidity, you perspire greatly but don’t realize it because it evaporates off of your body immediately. Drinking booze dehydrates you further. Either way, we suggest stopping by the hotel bars on a regular basis and grabbing a bottled water. Your body will thank you, your stamina will by higher, and you’ll enjoy your vacation a lot more. For those of you that live in Las Vegas, or stay for extended periods of time, you may with to check out Water and Ice at
http://www.waterandicelv.com Unlike those unregulated machines that bake in the sun, Water and Ice is a Grade A, regulated establishment.

PRIME TIME LAS VEGAS TV SHOW – The UPN Network (also seen on most cable systems on WGN out of Chicago) has bought 13 weeks of a new TV show called “The Strip”. It will shoot in Las Vegas, and the basic premise will be 2 ex-Metro police officers working as security for the Tropicana hotel and solving crimes, etc. Seems like they had a similar series like that here once …. something with the word VEGA$ in the name …. We wish the new series well and hope it give you all a great weekly shot of your favorite vacation destination.

HARD ROCK HOTEL EXPANSION – The Hard Rock has completed their $100 million expansion, featuring 330 rooms, a new pool area, nightclub, and much more. A full report is coming soon, but in the meantime they need to fill those rooms and get the word out and are offering rates as low as $65.95 a night. Stop by
http://www.accessvegas.com/rooms/las-vegas-hotel-reservations-strip-area.htm , click on the Hard Rock’s link, and you can do a free price and availability search. If you have thought about staying at the Hard Rock, don’t pass up this opportunity!

NEW AIRPORT – One of these days, those baggage tags might not say LAS on them when you fly in. The quiet push is on to acquire land just south of Jean (about 30 miles south of town) to build a second airport for the area. Even at slow growth estimates, McCarran will be maxed out by 2014. The plan is to move on the new airport in the next few years, moving all cargo and some charter service down to it. The only real objection is from environmentalists worried that the jet noise over the barren desert will have negative consequences. Like it’s better to have more jet noise over the city instead?

SAMS TOWN – Sam’s Town is going to dump $78 million into renovation and expansion soon, adding movie theatres, more gaming space, and a new buffet. This is an attempt to keep up with neighboring Boulder Station whom tends to draw a little more upscale crowd with the themed buffet, movies, and the like. Sam’s Town continues to offer 100x odds on craps and some of the looser slot machines in town. A personal fave: the $4.99 prime rib dinner in Mary’s Diner upstairs (served around the clock). You get salad, rolls, your choice of potato (baked, homemade mashed, or fries), and a good sized slice or prime rib.

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This newsletter is absolutely FREE. In addition, we dip into our own pocket for the cost of dining, attractions and other reviews to give you a 100% unbiased viewpoint (unlike the tourist magazines and other newsletters which are basically paid advertisements). If you appreciate this service, please consider booking your rooms and rental cars for ALL destinations with us.

http://www.accessvegas.com offers you low prices for hotels and rental cars in LAS VEGAS and NATIONWIDE! It’s our sister site featuring secure online booking and INSTANT confirmation. Don’t spend hours on the phone. Book today the cheap, easy way and save!

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Your input is welcome. Don’t agree with something we said? Write us a “letter to the editor” at (email removed). Guest article submissions are also welcome with full credit to you, your website, etc. Have a request for a review? Boggled when you come to town and see the hundreds of dining, attraction, and show opportunities? Let us know what you’d like to hear about! Unlike the tourist magazines where all of the “articles” are really paid ads, we pull out our own wallet and give you the honest scoop.

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June 3, 1999

Access Vegas Insider Vibe – June 3, 1999

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This Issue:ááá Megabucks Hits! plus piles of current Las Vegas information

Curious about a buffet, event, or other Las Vegas attraction that looks fun but you just haven’t gone out of your way to try yet? Let us review it for you first! Suggestions are always welcome at: [email protected]



 


MEGABUCKS

 

MOB LAWYER FOR MAYOR

 

LAS VEGAS AIRLINE UP AND FLYING!

 

National Airlines website is at http://www.nationalairlines.com

COMDEX

 

You can also secure your rental cars early and save through http://www.accessvegas.com

SUMMER IS HERE – With the temperatures generally climbing (Memorial Day weekend saw highs close to 100 and lows in the mid-60’s), we can’t stress enough the importance of drinking plenty of water while out there. Because of the very low humidity, you perspire greatly but don’t realize it because it evaporates off of your body immediately. Drinking booze dehydrates you further. Either way, we suggest stopping by the hotel bars on a regular basis and grabbing a bottled water. Your body will thank you, your stamina will by higher, and you’ll enjoy your vacation a lot more. For those of you that live in Las Vegas, or stay for extended periods of time, you may with to check out Water and Ice at
http://www.waterandicelv.com Unlike those unregulated machines that bake in the sun, Water and Ice is a Grade A, regulated establishment.

PRIME TIME LAS VEGAS TV SHOW – The UPN Network (also seen on most cable systems on WGN out of Chicago) has bought 13 weeks of a new TV show called “The Strip”. It will shoot in Las Vegas, and the basic premise will be 2 ex-Metro police officers working as security for the Tropicana hotel and solving crimes, etc. Seems like they had a similar series like that here once …. something with the word VEGA$ in the name …. We wish the new series well and hope it give you all a great weekly shot of your favorite vacation destination.

HARD ROCK HOTEL EXPANSION

 

NEW AIRPORT

 

SAMS TOWN

 

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This newsletter is absolutely FREE. In addition, we dip into our own pocket for the cost of dining, attractions and other reviews to give you a 100% unbiased viewpoint (unlike the tourist magazines and other newsletters which are basically paid advertisements). If you appreciate this service, please consider booking your rooms and rental cars for ALL destinations with us.

http://www.accessvegas.com offers you low prices for hotels and rental cars in LAS VEGAS and NATIONWIDE! It’s our sister site featuring secure online booking and INSTANT confirmation. Don’t spend hours on the phone. Book today the cheap, easy way and save!

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Your input is welcome. Don’t agree with something we said? Write us a “letter to the editor” at [email protected] Guest article submissions are also welcome with full credit to you, your website, etc. Have a request for a review? Boggled when you come to town and see the hundreds of dining, attraction, and show opportunities? Let us know what you’d like to hear about! Unlike the tourist magazines where all of the “articles” are really paid ads, we pull out our own wallet and give you the honest scoop.

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June 3, 1999

Access Vegas Insider Vibe – May 27, 1999

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May 27, 1999

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This Issue: Robbie Knievel’s Grand Canyon Death Jump
Part II of our Venetian Grand Opening Review

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Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, Scenic Southwest Tours – by plane, bus, or even helicopter! You’ve seen the glossy ads in the tourist brochures. You’ve thought about it. You come all the way to Las Vegas — why not see one of the some of the most famous landmarks in the world! Don’t by tricked by web sites & magazines that offer discount tours. Taxes, park fees, permits can almost double the price. Our prices are inclusive – no hidden charges! Best Las Vegas Tours


As many of you may have seen on American TV last, week, “Kaptain” Robbie Knievel successfully set a world record in a “live for television” jump at the Grand Canyon, only to crash once he came off of the end of the landing ramp, breaking a leg and 2 ribs. While no bets were taken, the jump was on many sports book big screens around town.

The craziest thing about this whole event was the fact that just after the landing ramp sat ungraded desert terrain. While the agreement with the local Indian tribe (BLM and National Park Service wanted no part of this) specified upsetting as little of the area as possible, a couple hundred dollars more worth of plywood covering the natural desert would have saved him quite a bit of pain.

Having had to pleasure to see his Las Vegas “Building to Building Death Jump” from one Jockey Club tower to another earlier this year, and then to be present at the after-party at the Hard Rock hotel for Robbie and crew, I can tell you that he and is group are some of the nicest, most down to earth people out there. Of course, when every show could be your last, one is probably more conscious to leave people smiling! The newspaper story (with photos) is available at:

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The motorcycle and leather gear from that jump are now on permanent display that the Tropicana Hotel’s Casino Legends Hall of Fame.

All the best in recovery and continued jumps, Robbie.

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Feature Story: The Venetian (continued from last week)

The casino seems small for a property of that size, but it might just be an illusion. This isn’t a casino you are going to get lost in. You don’t feel like you are a rat trapped in a maze. It is not a locals casino, with an emphasis on dollar slots and $5 table minimums on the weekdays. (VP players — 9/6 dollar jacks or better available).

Unlike Mandalay Bay, there is not an overabundance of bars, with only an ornate circular bar toward the center and another one at the sports book. A third is located in La Scena (the lounge area), which showcases top, professional lounge acts from 6:00 PM until 2:00 AM in an upscale upscale atmosphere. Drink prices are in line with other major hotels, running from $2.75 for a domestic bottle to $5.50 and $6.50 for top shelf call drinks. (There may be an entertainment tax surcharge in the lounge — a very common thing here in Las Vegas).

The sportsbook is adequate, but certainly wasn’t built to cater to much more than the hotel guests.

Dining options include an nice food court and a “coffee shop”. The food court has a McDonalds, Subway, Pizza Hut, Starbucks, and Baskin Robins … almost. It has generic, slightly upscale version of each with prices running about $2-3 higher than the average above chains. The atmosphere is top notch, with seating facilities more resembling a decent restaurant than a food court. Not a bad place to enjoy a $5 hamburger.

The “coffee shop” is actually a yuppie dining establishment named Grand Lux Cafe, featuring “unique casual global cuisine”. And they aren’t kidding. I’ve seen novels shorter than this menu. Crabcakes to Korean tacos, pastas, chicken, lamb, cajun shrimp, fresh fish provenca, martinis, and significant wine list and much, much more.

The Union — not a lot to say. No picketing, and informal conversation with employees ranging from security to dealers found them quick to volunteer how happy they are with the wages, benefits (that don’t cost them a dime), and the fact that they don’t pay union dues. So, far this has absolutely NOT turned into a “Frontier” type situation.

I’d be remiss without mentioning the cocktail waitresses. (WARNING: Don’t shoot the messenger — I’m just reporting it like it is). Unlike other casinos who were burdened with promoting to their new properties based on seniority, Mr. Adelson took advantage of the fact he was hiring fresh for every position. This includes the cocktail waitresses. On an average swing shift, there is not a waitress who couldn’t walk right out and get a print modeling job. Rumor has it that he “raided” the most attractive ladies from every casino in town. The unique uniforms flatter the ladies in every way, and The Venetian seems to make no apologies for using the waitresses as an integral part of the whole visual feel of the property. They one-upped the Rio.

As mentioned in part one of this article (available at
http://www.las-vegas-news-reviews.com/access-vegas-insider-vibe-may-20-1999/ ), there is indication that Steve Wynn may feel concerned about being upstaged. Mirage Resorts was slated to begin construction on their next mega-resort on the site of the Holiday Inn Boardwalk around 2002. Just this last week, they announced plans to start moving on the project in a much shorter time frame. The official reason is that Las Vegas is absorbing all of the new hotel rooms better than expected, but that’s a stretch considering that the Aladdin and Paris both have yet to come online and The Venetian is just now running at full occupancy.

Bottom line in my opinion? Mr. Wynn’s company has the land and the cash flow and he will not rest until he has the most elegant property in town again. If you want to bet on him, Mirage Resorts stock is publicly traded.

We have a full pictorial section on the Venetian at Las Vegas Venetian Hotel Casino Photos

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May 27, 1999

Access Vegas Insider Vibe – May 20, 1999

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May 20, 1999

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Rental Cars – Don’t pay top dollar! Enter the dates of your visit and compare prices from virtually every major rental car agency (most US cities). Book the lowest price company or your regular agency. Save the hassle and some money – Car Rental Savings Search. Few regret renting a car. Free shuttles and city bus rides can be slow and smelly. Taxis can cost what a rental car costs. Your vacation time is valuable — make the most out of it!


Quick Concert Notes:

Junefest VII will be held on June 5th at the Silver Bowl Park. This year’s lineup will include Joe Walsh, Creedence Clearwater Revisited, Cheap Trick, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Blue Oyster Cult, Romantics and The Knack.

The Artist, in only the second public performance of the year, brings his Jam of the Year-Encore Performance to the MGM Grand Garden Arena in an exclusive engagement Saturday, May 29. R&B legend Larry Graham will make a special guest appearance.

Barbra Streisand will appear New Year’s Eve at the MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas. The MGM Grand will bring in the new millennium with the recording industry’s all-time topselling female artist.

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The pictures that accompany the following story are online at:
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Feature Story: The Venetian

MOVE OVER STEVE WYNN – If you are reading this, you know that there is no magic in the world like Las Vegas, and the city has a new crown jewel. Sheldon Adleson did it right, and did it better. Overheard numerous times on a recent visit were tourists walking the exquisite foyer area: “One hotel just tops the last one — they just keep outdoing each other”. Mr. Wynn built Bellagio to be “the most romantic hotel in the world”. But frankly, it reminds people of their grandmother’s house where you are scared to touch anything. Hardly romantic.

The Venetian is romantic. From the entrance bridge crossing the main canal to the way the entire front area turns the strip into the feeling of a European village, the resort gives off the low but powerful rumble of romance. Throughout the casino, you see couples enjoying time together like it’s their first date.

Parking – I’m not a big fan of valet parking. On a busy night at any major strip casino, you can walk to your car and back 3 times before they get your car to you. For my Venetian visits, I took advantage of one of the best kept parking secrets on the mid-Strip. Sitting right next door to the Venetian, the Casino Royale parking garage sits just off the Strip behind the little casino. I pulled in, had no problem grabbing a first floor parking space, and looked up at a quite occupied Venetian garage. (For those of you that enjoy a drink, Casino Royale will give you a well drink and an import for $3.00 — total).

I also suggest parking there and walking in so that you can experience the beautiful entrance area of the hotel. From the bridge over the canal to the exquisite lamp posts to the columns with their unbelievably intricate carvings (see the pictures posted online), this is art in a world of plastic trees and neon everything.

Make sure you look directly up when you walk in the door — you’ll see the first of the many ceiling murals that punctuate the property. In fact, with most casinos, you probably bother to never see the ceiling. (This is by design — they want you looking at the machines and tables — nowhere else). The dripping gold of the Venetian ceiling draws you eyes up and ads to the airy feel of the place.

(end of Part 1)

Next week, we’ll talk about the casino, dining option, cocktail waitresses, and update you on the very latest regarding any shops or areas now open to the public.



 


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May 20, 1999

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