Hotels & Resorts
 
 
    For the past several years I've toured extensively all over the world.  But outside of Graceland there's no place I'd rather be than Las Vegas, NV.  Vegas is my home away from home.  They really no how to TCB (Take Care of Business) in Vegas, Baby.  Hell, some of these resorts don't even care if you shoot the TVs.  So hop up on plane and scoot on down Sin City and make sure to stay at one of these On-Line Elvis approved Hotels and Resorts, and when you do tell 'em E sent you.
 
 
 
The Luxor
 
The Luxor is a fantasic Egyptian-themed hotel and casino.  This glass covered pyramid opened in 1993 and has since undergone a $240 million dollar facelift and now has almost 4,500 rooms.  There is a 120,000 sq.ft. casino with over 110 table games and more than 2,600 slots machines.  But there is more than gambling, the Luxor recently completed building an IMAX-3D theater and reopened an authentic reproduction of King Tutankhamun's tomb (www.luxor).  I spent New Year's 1998 at the Luxor and could not of had a better time.  With great rooms, restaurants, and entertainment the Luxor gets the On-Line Elvis Seal of Approval.
 

The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
 
  If you're in college and looking for a great Spring Break destination than call and get a reservation right now at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.  By far the "Youngest" crowd at any of the casinos, the Hard Rock prides itself on its youthful appearance.  With a beautiful beach style pool and this is one of the best places in town to sit in the sun, drink, and look at some of the most beautiful women in Las Vegas (both staying at the hotel as guests and working there).  Current rock artist like the Foo Fighters and Jewel have all played at the Hard Rock's concert venue, the Joint, and new bands perform weekly.  So do yourself a favor, save your money and go to the Hard Rock in Las Veags.  You won't regret it because this place gets the On-Line Elvis Seal of Approval (personal).
 
 

 
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