MAU Mobile Apps Unlocked – Perform[cb]’s Travel Guide to Las Vegas
The biggest mobile acquisition summit of the year is right around the corner, and it’s conveniently hosted in fabulous Las Vegas. MAU brings the top mobile leaders together for two action-packed days of learning and networking. Adperio is looking forward to exhibiting!
In between your action-packed days at the conference, we insist that you explore all that the city has to offer. From the infamous nightlife to one-of-a-kind experiences and world-class dining, Las Vegas has something for everybody.
Check out some of our recommendations for your upcoming trip!
Places to See
Fountains at the Bellagio
Every half hour from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., the massive 8.5-acre fountain erupts with a show unlike any other. The 1,214 jets send water 460 feet in the air while perfectly synchronizing to music from every era. It’s one of the few truly free things in Vegas. With show times so often, there’s no reason not to make a stop for the iconic attraction.
Known as the “Old Las Vegas Strip”, Fremont Street is a can’t-miss spot in Downtown Las Vegas. With recent updates and renovations over the past few years, Fremont Street has been given a new breath of life. This area serves as a fun break when you need a respite from the pricier Las Vegas strip. We recommend visiting at night to see the street signs and massive LED canopy glitter with light. Enjoy the quirky shops, live acts, and great food on this street of old Las Vegas.
Fall of Atlantis Show
Sure, it might not have the same notoriety as some of Vegas’s other performances, but you can’t beat free! This show at the Caesars Forum Shops is an animatronic spectacle with fire, water, and towering talking statues. The figures depict the dramatic story of Atlantis choosing which son would take the throne. At the base of the display sits an impressive 50,000 gallon saltwater tank, displaying over 100 species of sea life. Though brief, the show of lasers, fire, fog and water is a thrilling event for the whole family.
Things to Do
Standing at 1,149 feet tall, the Stratosphere Tower is the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States. It’s unique structure makes it a part of the Las Vegas skyline that you’re sure to recognize, and once at the top, you’re greeted with a magnificent 360 degree view of glittering Las Vegas. If you time it right, you can catch the sunset, have dinner in the Top of the World restaurant, then look out as the city lights up in the dark.
Downtown Container Park
The Downtown Container Park (DCP) is an open-air shopping and entertainment complex, built from 43 re-purposed shipping containers, as well as 41 locally manufactures modular “Xtreme Cubes”. In addition to the usual shopping and dining destinations located in the park, there are also constant events held at the park – including karaoke, yoga, and beer tastings. Check out their calendar to see if any of the events during your stay strike your fancy!
Taking you 490 feet over the Vegas strip, the VooDoo Zipline is an off-the-wall experience for visiting thrillseekers. Starting in the VooDoo Lounge of the Rio’s 50-story Masquerade tower, guests fly across the 1/10 of a mile line at speeds up to 33 mph. How do you get back to the starting point? You ride the zipline backwards, of course!
The VooDoo Zipline seats two people at a time, so bring a friend and enjoy the ride. At the end, riders enjoy complimentary entry to the VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub and Lounge.
Gold Strike Hot Springs Trailhead
While not located on the Las Vegas strip, this hot springs hike is worth the 40 minute drive just outside the city. The trailhead is located between Boulder City and the Hoover Dam, and is the perfect break to nature after a few busy days and wild nights in the city.
Places to Eat and Drink
Mon Ami Gabi
If you have a passion for food, wine, and French culture, Mon Ami Gabi is an easy choice. This restaurant celebrates classic French dishes and is conveniently located on the strip. Executive chef Vincent Pouessel brings a wealth of knowledge in French technique, and shows off his skills using fresh, seasonal ingredients.
CUT by Wolfgang Puck
Located in The Palazzo, CUT aims to provide one of the most innovative culinary experiences that combines great service and design. Focusing on the finest selections of beef, this critically acclaimed restaurant employs the famous Wolfgang Puck’s cooking philosophy focused on both flavor, and presentation. If you’re looking to impress, or be impressed, CUT is the restaurant to visit.
This bar throws you back to the rock n’ roll era of the 70s and 80s, both in its vintage decor and vintage music. While you’ll be drawn in by the eclectic wall of speakers and color shifting “bubble-wall” behind the bar, you’ll stay for the signature cocktails – like their mules on tap! Be sure to fully explore the space should you visit this bar, you won’t be disappointed by the cheeky signage and Instagram-able photo ops.
Pronounced ‘on-seh’, which means 11 in Spanish, symbolizes the place where Once’s head chef Ricardo Zarate sits in his line of 13 siblings – and showcases food inspired by his native Peru. Blending ingredients from both Peru and Japan, this restaurant creates unique dishes with flavor combinations you’ve never experienced before. They also have 11 signature cocktails that are fun and funky – like their rum and cola slushee, or Yuzu cocktail with wasabi simple syrup.
This craft cocktail and beer bar is nestled in the heart of the Arts District, and each cocktail showcases the creativity that the district is known for. The eclectic space features local art, small-batch spirits, and live entertainment on the outdoor patio. The whimsical, yet softly illuminated atmosphere makes this bar great for sitting back and relaxing after a jam-packed day.