Sizzling City Breaks in New York and Las Vegas

Sizzling City Breaks—New York and Las Vegas

Lois Follett, Manager
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Sin City or the Big Apple—which will you enjoy most on a short-stay getaway? “It’s a tough call because one isn’t better than the other. It really depends on what kind of experience you’re looking for,” says Lois Follett, Manager, LeGrow’s Travel, Marystown. “If you just want to escape from reality for a bit, then Las Vegas is an easy choice. You are absolutely spoiled for choice in Sin City, with all the A-list entertainers, celebrity chefs, and big-budget stage shows. And then there’s the shopping. Not to mention, you can enjoy all this and more without necessarily even leaving the grounds of your massive hotel.”

New York, on the other hand, is made for walking, according to Lois. “The Big Apple offers an incredible food scene, the glamor of Broadway and the excitement of Times Square. I’m always captivated by the sights and sounds, whether it’s taking in the skyline at night from atop the Rockefeller Center or waiting for the curtain to rise on a hit Broadway show like Come from Away. But prepare yourself for lots of walking and metro-riding because you’re going to want to see it all!”

Here are two of Lois’s recommendations for living it up on a short-stay getaway, one for each city. Ask for details!

City Break—Spotlight on New York City with Collette (five-day vacation)

From Rockefeller Center to Greenwich Village, Broadway and beyond, this comprehensive five-day vacation aims to dazzle even the most seasoned traveler. You’ll spend four nights in Midtown at the Sheraton New York Times Square, close to Central Park and the theatre district. This package includes two Broadway shows, three breakfasts and two dinners, sightseeing of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the Empire State Building, Central Park, and the poignant 9/11 Museum and Memorial. Plus, you’ll enjoy plenty of free time to shop and explore this fabulous city on your own.

City Break—Las Vegas do-it-yourself Getaway

Not sure where to begin your search for fun in Nevada’s desert jewel? “Look no further than our very own LeGrow’s Travel Recommended Resorts in Las Vegas brochure, featuring hand-picked properties personally visited by our own travel advisors,” says Lois. Here are just two of our recommendations to kick-start your research.

The Bellagio Hotel
The 26-storey Bellagio serves up non-stop shopping, spectacular stage shows, a renowned casino and endless entertainment. Highlights include a custom-built showroom for Cirque de Soleil, several outdoor pools, a botanical conservatory and a fine art gallery.

The Venetian
Experience Italy in the heart of the Strip in this lavish Italian-themed all-suite casino hotel complete with artificial canals offering gondola rides. Ask Lois