New Year’s Eve rooms are generally the most expensive on the Strip, where eight minutes of fireworks will be launched from the rooftops of seven resorts.
The Fremont Street Experience on Thursday offered a sneak peek at a $32 million upgrade to its electrified Viva Vision canopy, the largest single video screen in the world, before its official rollout on New Year’s Eve.
The $32 million in renovations on the Fremont Street Experience’s Viva Vision canopy are set to debut on New Year’s Eve during the “America’s Party Downtown” event.
More revelers are expected to visit Las Vegas over the New Year’s holiday this year than in 2017, giving the city millions of reasons to celebrate.
When partiers prepare to greet 2018 on the Strip, they’ll see a vanguard of soldiers and police officers — more than the number ever assembled for New Year’s security in previous years.
With 320,000 people expected in the Las Vegas area this New Year’s Eve, revelers can expect to pay a little more for a room this weekend.
As competition heats up over how to attract patrons to spend some or all of their New Year’s with a particular establishment, some are investing in the amount of alcohol they’re willing to sell.