Some people like to visit Las Vegas to TURN. UP.

But you, my friend, are not one of those people. And that’s totally cool, because Vegas has so much more to offer (in addition to some of the best parties in the world).

If you’re looking for a taste of the good life, you’ve come to the right place. Let’s keep it classy and show you a few daytime activities based on whatever suits your fancy.

Ladies first.
This calls for brunch at the Buffet at Wynn. This isn’t your ordinary buffet though—with everything from lobster to chocolate fountains (and bottomless champagne, duh) this will be an unforgettable dining experience.

Shop ‘til you drop next at The Shops at Crystals (ARIA) or the Grand Canal Shoppes (Venetian). You’ll find Balenciaga to Banana Republic and everything in between to satisfy your retail therapy needs.

Get ready for the world’s most exclusive yoga experience with this helicopter tour to Valley of Fire with a private yoga sesh by Maverick. This 2.5 hour experience will definitely be the highlight of your vacation.

Time to unwind at the prestigious Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star winning The Spa at Vdara. This luxury spa has won awards for a reason—you can pick from one of their signature European heat experiences or many other prime services in this two story facility.

Take advantage of the stunning pools here by taking a dip at the Garden of the Gods (Caesars Palace) or the Venetian Pool Deck. For a truly lux experience, you’ll want to reserve a daybed or cabana in advance.

For the luckiest dining experience around, try the seven course tasting menu at Twist (Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas). Dinner costs $777 and is prepared by Chef Pierre Gagnaire. Don’t miss out on this one—Twist is the only venue in the U.S where you can try this Michelin-starred chef’s dishes.

Hello, gentlemen.
The best way to start your weekend off right in Vegas? Take a spin on the High Roller (The LINQ Promenade + Experience). From open bar to private chocolate tasting experiences, you’re guaranteed amazing views from 550 feet in the sky.

Get your adrenaline pumping by driving a legit NASCAR race car at the Richard Petty Racing Experience. Not your style? Maybe maneuvering massive bulldozers and excavators at Dig This sounds like a better time.

Ready to take a swing at some golf? We have plenty of amazing courses in Vegas, but true VIPs will want to check out Shadow Creek (MGM Resorts) that was designed by renowned course architect Tom Fazio. A private limo transports you to and from your appointment, and you get a personal caddie for this unforgettable golfing experience.

For a truly exclusive dining experience, try é by José Andrés (The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas). This upscale spot is tucked away in a private room at Jaleo, and offers Spanish avant-garde dishes. Only two seats are available nightly, so reservations are definitely recommended here.

Professional hockey is finally here, so take advantage by booking a VIP glass seat for a Vegas Golden Knights home game at the T-Mobile Arena. If hockey isn’t in season, take a look at their star-studded lineup of other amazing entertainment.

The truth is, this town is 24/7 so there’s always something to do that is fit for a VIP. With these itineraries, you’re bound to make the most of your daytime Vegas activities.