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Michael Boychuck holds the title of "Colorist to the Stars", having worked with Hollywood's elite in Beverly Hills before coming to Las Vegas and serving as the signature stylist for three salons. At COLOR Salon by Michael Boychuck, what is most striking when you walk in is the luxurious yet minimal decor. The walls and most of the furnishings are white, grey and silver. Beautiful chandeliers hang from the ceiling. Enjoy the star treatment at this gorgeous salon!
Chateau Nightclub & Gardens,housed in the Paris Las Vegas, is an extension of Las Vegas party atmosphere. Party hard and enjoy is the motto here, and this club lives up to it. Spread across three stories, Chateau has multiple bars, a beer garden, spacious dance floors and VIP area. Bringing the best of nightlife entertainment to its patrons, this nightspot has redefined the concept of clubbing.
From the moment you walk into this lush and elegant boutique spa, you're placed in the lap of luxury. Many services are offered here, including massages and facials, manicures, and waxing for both men and women. If you want to feel closer to that special someone, be sure to check out the couples services that are available or even one of the in-suite services. When you visit WELL Spa in the Platinum Hotel your every need will be met by the attentive staff and you'll be sure to leave relaxed and refreshed.
As the name suggests, Bauman Rare Books houses books and documents that are hard to find and valuable. A first edition of Ulysses by James Joyce and other noted volumes have been found at this marvelous bookstore. Located in The Shoppes at the Palazzo, it features true collectibles. If you are an avid reader or a book lover then this store is a must-visit for you. Even historic artifacts like a military document signed by Emperor Napoleon are housed here.
Touted to be one of the best gay nightclubs in Las Vegas, Piranha Nightclub promises an unparalleled experience to its guests and is widely visited by the LGBT community in the city. This vibrant place with a trendy decor and a lively buzz is frequented by many celebrities and if you are in Las Vegas, a trip to this place is a must. From drag queens to strippers, Piranha Nightclub offers the complete package and the VIP rooms coupled with bottle service maintain the exclusivity of the place. Make sure you are at your fashionable best when here, as you don't know who you might bump into.
History and science unfold at the National Atomic Testing Museum. Get to know why the Nevada Test Site was founded, its above and underground tests and non-nuclear programs. The museum chronicles the past and present of atomic weapons and its effect worldwide. Right from its inception, conception to its advancement in current times, are displayed through various exhibits. These include bombs, testing devices, artefacts and radioactive displays.
The sleek and modern look of the nightclub beckons its fashionably elite guests. With the dance floor adjacent to the dining tables, you can enjoy seating with the main visual attractions moving on the dance floor. The club features traditional European bottle service. Light is fast becoming one of the hot spots on the strip. Light delights with top drawer service, sheik atmosphere and finest in bubbly and other imbibes.
The Marjorie Barrick Museum offers opportunities for visitors to learn about the visual arts. Besides showcasing works from various artists, the museum also has a collection of cultural items from the Southwest and Latin America. You can view Guatemalan and Bolivian textiles, Hopi and Paiute basketry, and Mexican dance masks. Not just for students of the University of Las Vegas, the museum seeks to educate the greater public on these works of art.
Bonanza is located on The Strip. It was built in the 1980s and covers 40,000 square feet (3,716 square meters) of space. They boast the largest collection of bizarre gifts in one single shop. They also have a reputation for being very friendly and can help you find a gift for anyone. You will find a variety of items here, including a toy parrot that shouts insults, miniature Las Vegas signs that flash, and fuzzy car dice.
Hidden in an unassuming warehouse is what might just be the world's largest collection of pinball machines from the 1950s up through the 1990s. This Pinball Hall of Fame is listed as a museum, but is also an arcade. All the machines are operational and patrons can play to their heart's content. There is no fee to enter the Pinball Hall of Fame, but players will need to pump quarters into the machines to play. Located not far from the strip, the Pinball Hall of Fame is a great spot for anyone looking for something a bit unique and off the beaten path. Anyone can go to Vegas and say they played slots. How many can say they visited what is possibly the world's largest collection of pinball machines?