Rise and shine

Good morning indeed! Plan on taking a trip to Vegas with your sweetie? Whether it’s just you two, or if you’re with a bigger group, couples will love what Vegas has to offer in the a.m.

Check in at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, where you’ll be intrigued by the thoughtful details put into your experience, like the digital art installation in the lobby or the panoramic views of the Strip from your suite. Break a sweat with a morning workout at one of the two state-of-the-art fitness centers, where a certified fitness trainer is ready to help you achieve your goals. Have an elevated journey on the High Roller, where you can book a personalized yoga session on the world’s largest observation wheel. Wrap up the morning in a private cabana at the pool with a drink in hand, and you’re onto enjoying the afternoon.

What to Do in the Afternoon

It’s about time you and the S.O. took some time for yourselves. The best place to spend that quality time? Vegas, because no one pairs luxury and romance quite like we do. Make the most of those perfect Vegas afternoons with these activities fit for couples!

Afternoons here mean bottomless rosé brunch at award-winning chef Michael Mina’s Bardot Brasserie (ARIA). After indulging in some iconic French comfort food, grab the golf bag and head to Bali Hai for a few swings. If it suits your fancy, split up the group for a little shopping at Crystals or a beer at Libertine Social (Mandalay Bay) until you come back together at night.

Bring on the Night

Everyone knows Vegas for its nights. And when it comes to traveling as a couple, the gold standard for incredible nights doesn’t change. If you two are looking for the ultimate date night, we’ve got it covered.

Book a reservation at Blossom (ARIA Sky Suites) for a taste of gourmet Chinese cuisine. There’s something delicious for everyone on its 100-dish lineup created by award-winning chef Chi Kwun Choi. Last stop: Hotel Bar on the 23rd floor of Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas. This is where you’ll experience fresh cocktails prepared by the hotel’s mixologist, all while enjoying the floor-to-window views of the glittering Vegas skyline. That wraps up the perfect nightcap, until tomorrow morning (or afternoon) at least.