This week’s resort report features resort dining specials to please mom, cultural celebrations in Sin City and Memorial Day at a luxe Wyoming lodge.
Mother’s Day Fixings at Sanctuary on Camelback
Leave the Mother’s Day preparations to the Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain resort. The resort’s Mother’s day brunch will be an ideal way for mom to start off her day. Priced at $75 per person (or $85 including sparkling wine), the Brunch at Sanctuary’s elements restaurant excludes tax, gratuity and other beverages. Children ages 12 and under can enjoy the menu for just $18 and children ages 4 and under dine for free.
To Learn More: Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort, 480.948.2100, www.sanctuaryaz.com.
Carnevale Hits Vegas This Summer
Heading to Vegas this summer? You just might be in for a heightened cultural experience. Carnevale is a celebration that typically takes place in small towns and villages of Italy throughout the summer months and it’s coming to Las Vegas.
The Venetian and The Palazzo Las Vegas will celebrate the magic and fantasy of Carnevale this summer, featuring three months of classic Italian festivities, including new experiences, entertainment, art, music and wine beginning June 2. Carnevale will run until Sept. 1.
Memorial Day on the Range
Opening for its second season on May 25th, The Lodge at Brush Creek Ranch, located in the town of Saratoga, Wyoming, will be offering all-inclusive packages for Memorial Day.
Dubbed the Cattle Round Up Memorial Day Celebration, this annual event begins with chic-lodge accommodations at the Lodge’s guest rooms, cabin suites and cabin residences.
This Memorial Day package, valid May 25 to May 28, offers couples, families and groups, non-stop, all-inclusive activities, adventure and authentic Western experience starting at $425 per person/night. The all-inclusive package requires a minimum three-night stay from May 25-28 and includes all activities and Ranch amenities.
To Learn More: The Lodge and Spa at Brush Creek Ranch, 307.327.5284, www.brushcreekranch.com.