The Big Game weekend is just around the corner! With an incredible array of watch parties, activities and events, Las Vegas, The Greatest Arena on Earth™, is set to celebrate the very best when pro football’s biggest game is played on Sunday, Feb. 12 as Kansas City takes on Philadelphia. From the Strip to Downtown Las Vegas and beyond, fans can catch all the excitement while enjoying over-the-top game-day viewing and mouthwatering specialty food that only Las Vegas can provide.
On the Strip, the Marquee Bowl, inside Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, provides every guest a true VIP experience. Note: Book your spot early because table reservations are required.
Watch the game in luxury at Caesars Race & Sportsbook at Caesars Palace. It’s one of the biggest sportsbooks on the Strip, offering football fans a stadium-style experience, beverage packages and table serviceso you’ll never have to miss a snap.
The Prestige Club Lounge inside The Venetian Resort Las Vegas provides a spectacular viewing experience for any football fan. During the game, enjoy an open bar and all-you-can-eat game day food.
Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino has multiple locations to see every big play, including Ringer Bar adjacent to the sportsbook inside the main concourse, and Blondies Sports Bar & Grill inside the Miracle Mile Shops.
Resorts World Las Vegas – Hilton, Conrad & Crockfords offers football fans a VIP viewing opportunity inside Zouk Nightclub, with bottle service and buffet-style food throughout The Big Game.
Wynn Las Vegas and Encore at Wynn Las Vegas have several viewing party options, including VIP seating areas at The Buffet, where you can indulge all game long at 15 live cooking stations and endless pours of select wine, beer and buffet cocktails. Or enjoy a bird’s-eye view of the action on surrounding big screens at Charlie’s Sports Bar, with endless drinks and a menu of game-time favorites.
HyperX Arena Las Vegas at Luxor Hotel and Casino offers an amazing view of the game with its state-of-the-art LED video wall and dozens of flat-screen TVs throughout its three floors. Guests also can enjoy a la carte bites and an open bar with call liquors, wine and beer. Reserve your spot at the bar area early and do a little indoor tailgating.
At The LINQ Hotel + Experience, take a trip to “flavortown” during the game with your favorite dishes from Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar, or watch from one of the man caves at Caesars Race & Sportsbook at The LINQ Hotel + Experience.
Hop over to Señor Frog’s at Treasure Island – TI Hotel & Casino for an all-you-can-drink open bar, as well as traditional Game Day grub from its kitchen.
Hard Rock Cafe Las Vegas will host The Big Game Viewing Party with a premium open bar and game-day food favorites, including sliders, wings, pizza and tacos. Guests can enjoy the offerings with views of not only The Big Game, but also the Las Vegas Strip.
Off the Strip, Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino (Westgate Resorts) features giant, high-definition screens at the world-famous SuperBook Westgate Las Vegas™, and a seemingly endless list of proposition bets, available specifically for this once-a-year event.
You can also raise a glass at Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas! This authentic brewhouse is celebrating the Big Game with an open bar and a special all-you-can-eat menu.
In Downtown Las Vegas, Enjoy the Big Game Bash Viewing Party two different ways at Circa Resort & Casino. Catch all the action inside at Circa Sportsbook, where you can reserve your spot, including the VIP booths, and where your ticket includes drinks and food service. Or, you can watch the game poolside on the mammoth, 143-foot diagonal screen at Stadium Swim, where you can reserve one of the 30 cabanas and enjoy its six amazing pools. Catch an inside glimpse from the VEGAS ON team below.
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Plaza Hotel & Casino is also hosting a Big Game Viewing Party which includes a stadium food buffet, buckets of beer, a cash bar, satellite betting stations, and big HD screens to catch all the action.
At the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center, admission to watch on the huge screen is free. You also have the option to reserve a table or man cave, with beer pong and food and drink service available as well.
These are just some of The Big Game festivities that will take your weekend to the next level. No one does sports like Las Vegas. So secure a deal, and let us welcome you to The Greatest Arena on Earth.