21 Sinful Vegas Hotspots TO VISIT WITH YOUR OTHER HALF

By ERICA WALSH / Posted on October 4, 2017

It has world-class buffets and some of the best shopping in the country; it’s got Celine and Tina, not to mention Cher and Bette. It can be seen from space. Las Vegas — every year it gets bigger and better than ever. That’s why we’re showing you the hottest attractions right now — 1 phenomenally sexy place for every year that makes you legal. It’s the City of Sin, and we’re taking you to the 21 hottest locations on the Vegas Strip.

No. 21: Cathouse
Sexy and sophisticated, Cathouse is all about enticement. Drawing inspiration from the bordellos of 19th-century Europe, the cuisine from famed chef Kerry Simons tempts your palate, while the lingerie-clad dancers and European-style bottle service challenge your inhibitions.

No. 20: Mandalay Bay Beach
Mandalay Bay
The best Las Vegas daytime hot spots offer opulent refuges from the heat. Located on 11 acres of sand and surf, Mandalay Bay Beach is the height of Vegas’s aquatic indulgence. Boasting a wave pool, lazy river, three swimming pools, and private cabanas and bungalows, there’s something to satisfy every sunbather.

No. 19: Jonathan Adler Megasuite
Planet Hollywood Resort
If you’re up on the tables (and we mean way up), why not mega-treat yourself to Jonathan Adler’s megasuite? Located in the heart of the Vegas Strip at the ultra-modern and ultra-chic Planet Hollywood resort, this suite has more amenities than Vegas has showgirls, including panoramic views of the Strip. And it’s all styled by Bravo’s Top Design lead judge, Jonathan Adler. In short, this megasuite is mega-sweet.

No. 18: Tao
The Venetian
Tao at The Venetian is the perfect combination of clubbing and cuisine. Begin your Tao experience by feasting on the Pan-Asian cuisine before heading upstairs to 1 of the hottest clubs in the country. The atmosphere at Tao is dominated by the DJ, who pumps music through 2 main dance rooms and one 40-foot-long outdoor terrace with stunning Vegas views. Take one step inside Tao, and you’ll see that entertainment is their philosophy.

No. 17: Rao’s
Caesars Palace
The famed New York-based restaurant has staked its claim on the Strip. If you’re looking for a simple home-cooked Italian meal, look no further than the Rao’s menu, featuring their renowned pastas, risottos and steak bistecca. In the fall and winter months, enjoy al fresco dining with the warmest of service.

No. 16: Bare Pool
The name Bare is certainly not a nod to provisions of the bare necessities. Instead, VIP service is the norm at Bare, their daybed and cabana services offering iced towels, rolled and chilled in flavored water; exotic frozen fruit; icy popsicles, and mini fruit smoothies. With amenities like those, the only thing you’ll have to skimp on is clothing — guests at Bare enjoy European-style sun bathing.

No. 15: Wynn Esplanade
Wynn Las Vegas
If you’re looking for a daytime activity out of the desert sun, take a trip to the Wynn Esplanade. The store directory reads like a Who’s Who of Fashion — Dior, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Oscar de la Renta, and Manolo Blahnik, just to name a few.