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    November 27, 2013
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It’s definitely getting hot in here and the performers are definitely taking off all their clothes. Exploring the very sexy and very un-family-friendly side of Cirque du Soleil, Zumanity whips - er - whisks audience members up for a deliciously wild ride to discover their sensual side. Oh la, la! Have we roused your, um, attention? If we haven’t, the two voluptuous Botero Sisters passing out plump strawberries at the beginning of the show will.Unlike other Cirque du Soleil productions, Zumanity has no storyline. Instead, this highly eroticized, cabaret-style spectacle offers a bunch of unique characters whose performances are each themed by different elements of sexuality. Oh, and there is no traditional Cirque gibberish either unless you count some moans and groans as such.You’ll learn very practical life lessons, like how to stash booze in your boobs and getting comfortable with hilariously taboo sex topics. Between the leather, chains, silks and well, some things we just can’t share, you can bet a little laughter is welcomed. With nearly nude aerial artists, contortionists, super limber dancers and the sassiest drag queen host of them all, forget being conservative. Let your hair down, loosen one extra button, and get your naughty on for some sexy entertainment that just may be a precursor for the remainder of your evening.
 
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5 / 5
5 / 5
Customer service 
5 / 5
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Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
5 / 5
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View of Stage 
5 / 5
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Theater Quality 
5 / 5
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Special Effects 
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fromTucson,AZ
Age:35 to 44
Gender:Male
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Travel Companions:Significant other
Purchase Frequency:More than 3 times a year
Gambler:Yes
Game:Video Poker
Yes, I recommend this product.
Very fun
PostedDecember 3, 2013
This was the first Vegas show my girlfriend had been to, and it did not disappoint. The cast was very fun and extremely talented. We sat in the lower lever, middle stage and were very happy. Though i don't think there is a bad seat in the house, the section just below up was involved in the show a lot so if you are nervous sit a little further back. Either way sit back and enjoy!!!!
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The Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino has a long history.Here's our condensed version: It originally opened in 1969 as the International Hotel. On that first night Barbra Streisand headlined the showroom, and Elvis Presley appeared on the second night. The King of Rock 'n' Roll, of course, would go on to become synonymous with the property -- even after it became the Las Vegas Hilton in 1971. He performed there in a total of 837 consecutive sold-out shows (before a whopping 2.5 million people), thus breaking all the city's attendance records.So why are we sharing this bit of trivia with you? Well, many people refer to those as the good ol' days. And guess what? They're back again!No, Elvis hasn't come back from the grave. But someone who treasures his legacy and wants to return the hotel to its former glory has the reins. David Siegel, founder and CEO of Westgate Resorts, the world's largest privately owned timeshare company, bought the property in mid 2014 and transformed it into the Westgate Las Vegas.Thanks to Siegel, the King will always have a big role at the resort. A famous statue of Elvis by sculptor Carl Romanelli can be found in "the building" (near the lobby, to be more exact). So what else is unique at the Westgate Las Vegas?You'll love having easy access to the Las Vegas Monorail. The Westgate Las Vegas is located about a block east of the Las Vegas Strip, next to the Las Vegas Convention Center and about a mile from Wynn Las Vegas and Encore. But if you hop on the monorail, you'll be able to travel easily to several major megaresorts including MGM Grand and SLS Las Vegas. During the $100 million dollar hotel renovations, more than 1,000 rooms got a refresh. This includes the Signature guest rooms. New touches include Hollywood-inspired black leather accents, oversized mirrors, art of iconic legends like Marilyn Monroe or James Dean, 60-inch LED flat-screen TVs and much  more. You can also upgrade your hotel stay with access to the Concierge Lounge, which includes made-to-order omelettes, cookies, snacks and an evening cocktail hour with open bar. The Westgate Las Vegas is also revered among race and sports bettors, thanks to the illustrious non-smoking SuperBook. This huge facility is THE place to watch a big game. With more than 400 seats and the largest indoor LED video wall (240 wide and 20 feet tall), you won't miss a moment of the action. Or try sitting in The Ultimate Fan Cave, which is packed with armchairs. A giant New York deli-style sandwich, subs and good grilled stuff is available just a few steps away at the SuperBook Deli.Speaking of eating, the Westgate Las Vegas has a variety of dining choices…some that might even appeal to Elvis. For instance, Sid's Cafe, a 24-hour eatery in the heart of the casino, serves an item called The Elvis Sandwich, made with peanut butter, grape jelly and sliced bananas (plus it's battered and fried!).Ever been to a hibachi-style restaurant? If not, you've got to try Benihana. There's nothing like sitting by the grill, sipping a few cocktails and cheering on the chef who cooks your meal. Teru Sushi (where you can chow down on the Las Vegas Roll) is near Benihana in a lovely complex with waterfalls and a koi pond.You can get a good steak at Edge Steakhouse, served with accompaniments like double cut bacon, lobster tail or king crab. Pair your meal with one of 450 varieties of wine.  Have a big appetite? The spread at The Buffet features flavors from around the world. Or if you desire a quick bite, Fortuna (a coffee and wine bar), Silk Road Noodle Bar and the food court are all good choices.Now if Elvis isn't your thing, don't be blue…entertainment at the Westgate Las Vegas includes Jason Tenner, who performs as Prince in "Purple Reign: THE Prince Tribute," and the sultry topless revue "Sexxy" starring Jennifer Romas.  Situated off the casino floor, the Tempo lounge serves classic cocktails...with a twist (we'll give you a one-word clue: "bev-tainers")! It's also the perfect spot to gather for pre- and post- theater drinks or to dance to a mix of '70s, '80s and '90s hits in the late-night hours.At the Westgate Las Vegas, you'll also find several shops (carrying gifts, apparel and sweets), a fitness room and tennis courts. The newly renovated pool on the third floor features custom cabanas and a pool bar. Or float away in bliss with one of many pampering services at The Spa. One thing to keep in mind if you stay at the Westgate Las Vegas: Since it's part of Westgate Resorts' family of timeshare properties, you'll see a large space (toward the North Tower) dedicated to presentations about the benefits of vacation ownership. You may even be approached by people asking you to attend one.So don't worry, he's just taking care of business -- and molding the resort into one that's fit for a King.
 
Overall rating 
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Customer service 
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Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Room Quality 
2 / 5
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Casino 
3 / 5
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Hotel Location 
3 / 5
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Pool 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Room Location 
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Overall amenities 
3 / 5
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fromTucson,AZ
Age:35 to 44
Gender:Male
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Travel Companions:Significant other
Purchase Frequency:More than 3 times a year
Gambler:Yes
Game:Video Poker
No, I do not recommend this product.
Pig in lipstick
PostedNovember 27, 2013
This trip was my girlfriends first to Vegas, so I thought I would stay a little off the strip so we could get out of the hustle and bustle if she wanted, that worked out well. Having a monorail station onsite was a plus as well quick easy access to the strip. The room looked pretty nice and the view was good. That is where the good stopped, there was a over all gloom over the whole place, the employees seemed like they were going through the motions, the summary title was an actual quote from an employee. Our room was temp was in the mid 60's and an engineer came to look at it and said there was nothing he could do, the auto valve would have to be replaced, we made do but were uncomfortable. At checkout I mentioned this and was blown off be the clerk asked for a mgr and waited 20 mins to no avail. This was totally not like the service that is standard in Vegas( I wasn't looking for anything free, just wanted acknowledgement of the situation). From what i have heard the current ownership(GSax) doesn't care about the place just looking for a buyer, also a quote from another employee. This is the first negative review i have ever written on Vegas, I suggest staying at anyplace in Vegas other than here under current conditions. Buyer beware!
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The Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino has a long history.Here's our condensed version: It originally opened in 1969 as the International Hotel. On that first night Barbra Streisand headlined the showroom, and Elvis Presley appeared on the second night. The King of Rock 'n' Roll, of course, would go on to become synonymous with the property -- even after it became the Las Vegas Hilton in 1971. He performed there in a total of 837 consecutive sold-out shows (before a whopping 2.5 million people), thus breaking all the city's attendance records.So why are we sharing this bit of trivia with you? Well, many people refer to those as the good ol' days. And guess what? They're back again!No, Elvis hasn't come back from the grave. But someone who treasures his legacy and wants to return the hotel to its former glory has the reins. David Siegel, founder and CEO of Westgate Resorts, the world's largest privately owned timeshare company, bought the property in mid 2014 and transformed it into the Westgate Las Vegas.Thanks to Siegel, the King will always have a big role at the resort. A famous statue of Elvis by sculptor Carl Romanelli can be found in "the building" (near the lobby, to be more exact). So what else is unique at the Westgate Las Vegas?You'll love having easy access to the Las Vegas Monorail. The Westgate Las Vegas is located about a block east of the Las Vegas Strip, next to the Las Vegas Convention Center and about a mile from Wynn Las Vegas and Encore. But if you hop on the monorail, you'll be able to travel easily to several major megaresorts including MGM Grand and SLS Las Vegas. During the $100 million dollar hotel renovations, more than 1,000 rooms got a refresh. This includes the Signature guest rooms. New touches include Hollywood-inspired black leather accents, oversized mirrors, art of iconic legends like Marilyn Monroe or James Dean, 60-inch LED flat-screen TVs and much  more. You can also upgrade your hotel stay with access to the Concierge Lounge, which includes made-to-order omelettes, cookies, snacks and an evening cocktail hour with open bar. The Westgate Las Vegas is also revered among race and sports bettors, thanks to the illustrious non-smoking SuperBook. This huge facility is THE place to watch a big game. With more than 400 seats and the largest indoor LED video wall (240 wide and 20 feet tall), you won't miss a moment of the action. Or try sitting in The Ultimate Fan Cave, which is packed with armchairs. A giant New York deli-style sandwich, subs and good grilled stuff is available just a few steps away at the SuperBook Deli.Speaking of eating, the Westgate Las Vegas has a variety of dining choices…some that might even appeal to Elvis. For instance, Sid's Cafe, a 24-hour eatery in the heart of the casino, serves an item called The Elvis Sandwich, made with peanut butter, grape jelly and sliced bananas (plus it's battered and fried!).Ever been to a hibachi-style restaurant? If not, you've got to try Benihana. There's nothing like sitting by the grill, sipping a few cocktails and cheering on the chef who cooks your meal. Teru Sushi (where you can chow down on the Las Vegas Roll) is near Benihana in a lovely complex with waterfalls and a koi pond.You can get a good steak at Edge Steakhouse, served with accompaniments like double cut bacon, lobster tail or king crab. Pair your meal with one of 450 varieties of wine.  Have a big appetite? The spread at The Buffet features flavors from around the world. Or if you desire a quick bite, Fortuna (a coffee and wine bar), Silk Road Noodle Bar and the food court are all good choices.Now if Elvis isn't your thing, don't be blue…entertainment at the Westgate Las Vegas includes Jason Tenner, who performs as Prince in "Purple Reign: THE Prince Tribute," and the sultry topless revue "Sexxy" starring Jennifer Romas.  Situated off the casino floor, the Tempo lounge serves classic cocktails...with a twist (we'll give you a one-word clue: "bev-tainers")! It's also the perfect spot to gather for pre- and post- theater drinks or to dance to a mix of '70s, '80s and '90s hits in the late-night hours.At the Westgate Las Vegas, you'll also find several shops (carrying gifts, apparel and sweets), a fitness room and tennis courts. The newly renovated pool on the third floor features custom cabanas and a pool bar. Or float away in bliss with one of many pampering services at The Spa. One thing to keep in mind if you stay at the Westgate Las Vegas: Since it's part of Westgate Resorts' family of timeshare properties, you'll see a large space (toward the North Tower) dedicated to presentations about the benefits of vacation ownership. You may even be approached by people asking you to attend one.So don't worry, he's just taking care of business -- and molding the resort into one that's fit for a King.
 

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