Bright Lights. Take in all of Las Vegas from VooDoo Steak & Lounge on the 50th and 51st floors of the Masquerade Tower at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino. Along with premium beef cuts, called Rio Premium Reserve and Rio Dry-Aged, the restaurant serves Creole fare. Save room for chocolate fondue, the house specialty dessert. bit.ly/feA1Z0
Bird's-eye view. Tack an extra day onto your visit for a tour of the Grand Canyon by air. A number of options can be found at the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority's website (bit.ly/dEM2Dz). One six-and-a-half-hour voyage offered by Grand Canyon Airlines includes the flight from Las Vegas over the canyon, a helicopter ride, a boat ride on the Colorado River and more. grandcanyonairlines.com
Wake-up call. Need a little jolt? Try the Beat Coffeehouse (702-686-3164), an off-Strip gem that offers a fun spin on a classic: The Slap & Tickle sandwich blends organic peanut butter and jam with bacon. The Beat is in the Emergency Arts complex, featuring exhibition space in a former medical building. emergencyartslv.com
Relaxing. PCMA's headquarters, the MGM Grand, has a 30,000- square-foot spa with 26 treatment rooms. The signature therapy is the two-hour Dreaming Ritual using Australian Aboriginal massage techniques.
Who's th@t?: Keep track of what's happening in Las Vegas by following Robin Leach (@robin_leach) on Twitter. The former Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous host monitors the entertainment in town.