2014 Super Bowl Weekend

The 2014 Super Bowl weekend is guaranteed to be exciting, especially if you choose to spend it in Vegas. While you wait for the big game to roll around on Sunday, or you're trying to get those Superbowl tickets, you can enjoy everything that the Entertainment Capital of the World has to offer. This includes amazing casinos, high quality shows, world-class restaurants, and some of the best nightlife that you will find anywhere on the planet. Just be sure to reserve at least a little bit of energy, as once Super Bowl XLVIII kicks off, the city’s bars and restaurants will be celebrating this major sports event in grand style.

Las Vegas Hotels Super Bowl Packages

Vegas Hotel Superbowl Package
Las Vegas Hotels Super Bowl Packages

Las Vegas is all about fun, so it only makes sense that this hot spot in the Nevada desert would go all out for the upcoming Super Bowl XLVIII weekend. After all, the Super Bowl is the biggest sports event in the United States, if not the world. Among the Las Vegas establishments that are most primed for the big game are a number of casino hotels, including those that are owned and operated by MGM Resorts International. At The Mirage, for example, those who are looking to make the most of their Las Vegas Super Bowl 2014 weekend can partake in the Big Game Tailgate party at Rhumbar. All-inclusive food and drink prices start at $150, with the party beginning one hour prior to kick off. Over at the Excalibur, the Castle Walk Food Court has plenty of TVs and offers special Super Bowl deals for those with a sports betting ticket from the resort’s Race & Sports Book. Mandalay Bay is just one more option. This casino hotel transforms two of its restaurants into Super Bowl party stations. These restaurants include Hussong’s Cantina and Slice of Vegas. Prices for these Mandalay Bay Super Bowl XLVIII parties start at $50 if you purchase them in advance. That price goes up to $75 on game day.

Best Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Las Vegas

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Best Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Las Vegas

Vegas has long been about competition, and you can bet that any number of places across the city will be competing to attract the Super Bowl crowds. As for the best places to watch the Super Bowl in Las Vegas, that really comes down to the kind of atmosphere that you prefer. For those who like to bet on sports, watching this year’s game between the Broncos and the Seahawks at a sports book is arguably the way to go. These kinds of venues are found in many of the casino hotels and offer multiple screens to go with their convenient betting options. At the Mandalay Bay, for example, the sports book venue features 17 large-screen TVs and an array of individual race seats with individual monitors. VIP seating is available.

If you’re not too concerned about betting on the big game, then you might prefer to cap off your Las Vegas Super Bowl 2014 weekend at a different kind of establishment. Over at Scores Las Vegas, 500 international showgirls are on display on two different levels. This place has over 25,000 square feet of entertainment space and plenty of chicks to get you going while you watch the game. Over at the Hard Rock Café on the Strip, there are several “Big Game” viewing packages, including special VIP packages for those who want to go big. Speaking of going big, the Surrender Nightclub at Encore has a variety of Super Bowl packages, including “The Hail Mary,” which includes a bottle of Armand De Brignac and costs a cool $35,000.

These are just some of the Las Vegas Super Bowl XLVIII party options, and with so many more to choose from, you should have little trouble finding the ideal place for your Las Vegas Super Bowl 2014 weekend celebration. If something a little more elegant and toned down is what you fancy, for example, the amazing ambience at the Gold Boutique Nightclub and Lounge at the Aria Hotel and Casino can be a great alternative to the more pulsating Vegas venues. Whatever you ultimately decide to go with, it’s best to arrange everything in advance, especially since some of the Las Vegas Super Bowl parties have limits for how many people they can accommodate.

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