All the New, Can’t-Miss Experiences Coming to Las Vegas This Year

Las Vegas is set to welcome exciting new developments in 2024 created by music, entertainment and culinary visionaries that will offer new ways for millions of people to experience The Strip next year. These one-of-a-kind concepts, brought by icons like Bruno Mars, Jon Favreau and more, will give visitors new ways to dine, party and explore in Sin City. 

From culinary destinations and party venues to upcoming contemporary art exhibits, here is a glimpse into the can’t-miss experiences coming to Las Vegas in 2024. 

New Destination Dining

The Chef’s Truck by Roy Choi & Jon Favreau at Park MGM

Renowned actor and director Jon Favreau and Chef Roy Choi are bringing the magic of their on-screen culinary creations to life at Park MGM with “The Chef’s Truck.” Located near the lobby, this permanent food truck will serve iconic dishes from the hit movie, “Chef,” and Netflix series, “The Chef Show,” providing fans an opportunity to savor the flavors that sparked their culinary friendship.

LPM Restaurant & Bar at The Cosmopolitan

The carefree lifestyles of the Côte d’Azur and Las Vegas come together as LPM Restaurant & Bar officially opens its internationally acclaimed eatery at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Celebrated by World’s 50 Best Restaurants, LPM welcomes guests into its distinct French Riviera-inspired concept, offering exquisite harmony on the plate with a focus on exploring the joy of Mediterranean ingredients at their peak.

The Vault at Bellagio

Experience a secret cocktail club, The Vault, hidden behind the casino cage at Bellagio. The private enclave, concealed in one of the busiest areas of the resort, offers a rare selection of cocktails crafted around a rotation of hard-to-find spirits from the mid-20th century. With each sip, guests take an exclusive trip into history tasting exactly how that cocktail was crafted 50+ years ago – which will only exist for the limited time that vintage is shelved. Complementing the beverage menu is a culinary program developed by Bellagio’s chefs translating comfort bar snacks into creative and decadent versions.

Orla by Michael Mina at Mandalay Bay

Celebrated chef Michael Mina is set to introduce Orla, a unique dining concept blending Mediterranean and Middle Eastern flavors. A first-of-its-kind experience, Orla promises to wow the palate with bold and aromatic spices in the heart of Mandalay Bay.

Caramá by Wolfgang Puck at Mandalay Bay

Wolfgang Puck brings the flavors of Italy to Mandalay Bay with Caramá. Set to open in January 2024, this culinary haven will showcase the best ingredients from all regions of Italy, complemented by an extensive wine list curated by Piero Selvaggio.

New Party Venues

The Pinky Ring by Bruno Mars at Bellagio

Superstar Bruno Mars collaborates with Bellagio to introduce The Pinky Ring, a cocktail lounge and jazz bar set to open in early 2024. The Pinky Ring brings guests into Bruno’s idyllic penthouse filled with captivating live musical performances, moody lighting and smooth cocktails. 

Swingers at Mandalay Bay

A decade after the success of their original pop-up, Swingers is set to open its flagship location at Mandalay Bay. With 40,000 square feet of space and five crazy golf courses, Swingers Las Vegas promises an immersive English countryside-themed experience.

Play Playground at Luxor

Play Social is set to open the first Play Playground at Luxor, offering a 13,000-square-foot immersive gamified experience. Designed by Paul Bishop, this playground is a place for laughter, excitement, and endless fun for all.

New Ways to Stay 

Reimagined Spa Tower Suites at Bellagio

The iconic resort has debuted a new collection of suites in its Spa Tower by New York City-based interior design atelier Champalimaud Design, in partnership with MGM Resorts International Design Group. The Bellagio Spa Tower suites feature sophisticated design elements, custom furnishings and art influenced by Italian style and couture, while color palettes draw inspiration from the natural vibrancy of Lake Como and the Alps.

New Suites and rooms at Four Seasons

Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas has unveiled 424 newly redesigned guest rooms and suites, inspired by the Mojave Desert. The modern luxury retreat, led by Kara Smith of KES Studio, promises a captivating stay with breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Valley.

Remodeled Rooms at New York-New York

New York-New York recently completed a $63 million remodel of its 1,830 rooms and 194 suites. Featuring vibrant designs and upgraded in-room amenities, the newly designed accommodations draw inspiration from the energy and excitement of two of the world’s great cities—Las Vegas and New York City—subtly bringing the “City that Never Sleeps” to life in the Entertainment Capital of the World. The new design features details that symbolize New York City, such as rooms with exposed faux brick walls and accent colors like Big Apple Red and Taxicab Yellow.

New Exhibits

ICONS of Contemporary Art

Installation view of Fur & Neon Gateway photo opportunity and ©Yoshitaka Amano, Kiki, 2007 in ICONS of Contemporary Art. Courtesy of the artist and LOMEX. Image courtesy of Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art. Photo Credit Jenks Imaging

Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art (BGFA) unveils its newest exhibition, ICONS of Contemporary Art, open through March 31, 2024. Exploring the complex enigma of an icon in today’s society, the collection features work from living artists that breaks molds and redefines what it means to be iconic in the context of a rapidly changing world. ICONS welcomes guests to enjoy artwork by celebrated names in contemporary art, such as George Condo, Frank Stella, Sanford Biggers, Yoshitaka Amano, Esther Mahlangu and Ghada Amer.

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