After checking into our hotel, Planet Hollywood, I found dirty wet towels all over the bathroom of our hotel. We told the front desk about it and stated we would be leaving for dinner so housekeeping could alleviate this problem while we were gone. We arrived back in our room 4 hours later at midnight, and there were still dirty wet towels all over the floor. After my dramatic performance at the front desk, we received a free upgrade to their panoramic suite, which was gorgeous!
|Part of the view from our suite.|
|Our room upon entering. This was only 20% of the hotel.|
|Planet Hollywood's interior is decorated with old movie memorabilia. This coffee table contained image stills and props used from the 1952 movie, "The Greatest Show on Earth."|
In addition to the above movie props, they had actual costumes used in the movie "Singing in the Rain," and "Gentlemen Prefer Blones," but because of my small point and shoot and lack of lighting, I was unable to take good pictures.
The hubs and I consumed lots of food on this trip. We were able to enjoy each other's company and not worry about feeding the kids and cleaning up after their mess. The first restaurant we chose was the French restaurant Mon Ami Gabi, which is on the strip and has a great view of the Bellagio fountains and hotel. The food was delicious, the service was top-notch, and the people watching was very interesting. Las Vegas sure has an eclectic mix of people!
The next day, we hit up Max Brenner, inside the Caesar's Palace Forum Shoppes, for lunch. Due to a late night of partying (yes, we actually partied. haha.), we slept in, checked out late, and had a late lunch. Max Brenner specializes in chocolate, as you can tell by the picture below. Everything was delicious!
|Max Brenner's onion rings dusted with chocolate powder with dark chocolate ranch dipping sauce. These were the best onion rings I've ever had and the dipping sauce was tasty!|