This post was last updated on December 3rd, 2013
They say that the most romantic city in the world is Paris, France, and we’re not at liberty to debate this with you. What we’d like you to take note of, on this juncture, is that it’s not the only place where lovebirds can have a good time. Maybe it’s time that we revisit the land of entertainment, Las Vegas. We should first remove from our minds the false notion that Sin City is good only for casinos and gambling, because it offers so much more. Of course, we’re not discounting that rounds of gaming such as poker, roulette, slots, blackjack or baccarat is not an ideal bonding activity for couples—after all, winning the pot will be sweeter if shared with the one you adore. Newly hitched couples from the Elvis Chapel always try their luck in hotel and casino establishments such as ARIA Las Vegas where they can start honeymooning—after participating in the usual poker tables, the new bride and groom can relax at the spa, have a sumptuous dinner, then watch a performance of Cirque du Soleil’s Zarkana to cap off the evening. That would be the perfect elopement.
Here are other activities in Vegas which couples can take advantage of:
All of us have an inner rock star or rock diva waiting to come out, and in this establishment our dream of jamming at a rock concert will be realized. There are twelve studios to choose from, and you’ll have the opportunity to make music with crews who previously recorded with the pillars of Rock ‘n Roll such as Motley Crue, Aerosmith, KISS and Guns N Roses. You will be instructed and aided on how to customize your genre selection, your level of skill, and the musician you’re going to work with. You’ll get to take home a DVD of your performance, so you can brag to your friends how brilliant your singing prowess was.