Where to Spend Your Tax Return in Vegas
This past February, MarketWatch reported that the amount of tax refund money issued by the IRS was up 24% from last year leaving Americans with an additional chunk of change and plenty of difficult choices for how to spend it. Fortunately, MGM Resorts International has an array of destinations and experiences where visitors turn VIP dreams into exhilarating realities.
Travelers who have dreamed of a life of luxury but haven’t yet had the chance to experience it are in luck. With regal accommodations, The Villas at The Mirage provide an exclusive option for those desiring VIP treatment. Complimentary limousine transportation from the airport to the private gated entrance of The Villas is only the beginning; guests also can enjoy a private patio featuring a heated pool and putting green along with personalized butler service and access to exclusive tee times at Shadow Creek Golf Course.
Those who want to splurge on dining can experience an abundance of flavors at the newly launched Chef’s Table at The Buffet at Bellagio. The first of its kind in Las Vegas, the exclusive dining experience for groups of eight or more features custom offerings such as tableside carvings of succulent meats and a variety of exquisite desserts. For an added treat, The Buffet’s executive chef greets guests nightly to ensure an elevated experience.
Enjoy an unrivaled nightlife experience with VIP table service at Hakkasan at MGM Grand. The 10,000-square-foot Ling Ling Club provides guests with live performances by the industry’s top hip-hop DJs including icons Rev Run and DJ Ruckus and Questlove, drummer and joint frontman for the GRAMMY Award-winning band The Roots. Venture upstairs to the main room and experience the high-energy dance floor while catching sets by celebrated artists Calvin Harris, Tiesto, Hardwell and Afrojack.