How to Honeymoon in Las Vegas

Honeymoons & Destination Weddings
New Cool Places in las Vegas

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Las Vegas is a city bent on reinvention. Every few years, it feels like a new place. And though it's often associated with bachelor and bachelorette parties, it's a great honeymoon spot that requires no passport.

Here's what's new and cool, and perfect for a couple of newlyweds looking to celebrate their marriage by kicking up their heels:

Stay at The Delano Hotel Las Vegas
This famous South Beach hot spot chose Vegas as their second location. The 1,117 rooms have an updated take on the celebrate white-on-white look that the Miami property created; The Delano Hotel Las Vegas

Spend the Day at Linq Hotel and Casino
The Quad hotel recently became The Linq Hotel last fall, a modern resort with high tech treats (think docking and charging stations) and the area's coolest new amusement park right, the London Eye-inspired High Roller ride. Think it looks big, even from a distance? You're not wrong: It's officially the world's tallest observation wheel; Linq Hotel and Casino

See More: Vacations You Can Take with Other Married Couples

Eat Lunch at Morimoto
When Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto finally launches a new outpost of his Philadelphia-based restaurant this year, the Japanese food fans in the area who have been waiting with baited breath will finally exhale. His signature dishes (crispy rock shrimp tempura or spicy Alaskan King crab, anyone?) are famous for good reason, the gorgeous sashimi is spectacular, too; Morimoto

Have a Date Night at Brooklyn Bowl
Who doesn't love a 32-lane bowling alley that's also a lounge, a restaurant, and a cool concert venue? Not honeymooners, that's for sure. The first Brooklyn Bowl is in the epicenter of hipster chic, Williamsburg Brooklyn, and now the owners have created a Las Vegas outpost, actually in the new Linq complex, that's sure to be a great night out for any newlywed pair. Stay for dinner and get the crunchy fried chicken or the playful French bread pizza, with a bourbon nutella milkshake, of course; Brooklyn Bowl

Eat Dinner at Bazaar Meat
Spanish chef José Andrés already has outposts at The Cosmopolitan, including his tapas, sangria, and paella hot spot, Jaleo. This new restaurant, related to his Los Angeles-based original, is located in the SLS hotel. There are great steaks to be had here, for sure, but look for playful takes on luxe ingredients like foie gras, which is served with cotton candy and in s'mores; Bazaar Meat

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