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A tall drink of water like you needs a Sin City pad that's just as well-versed in sophistication.

Swagger on over to the Palms Place Hotel and Spa for a two- to three-night stay in a Studio Suite at one of the choicest hotels in Vegas, and get access to some of the hottest clubs and restaurants this side of the Strip.

Palms Place is a testament to pure refinement. Just slightly off of the Strip, the stylish hotel's guest rooms are complete with marble floors, plush bedding, lofty ceilings, kitchenettes, and plasma TVs. TripAdvisees say they, "felt like royalty" and that, "the view from the room is fabulous."

Luxuriate in a two-night weekend trip ($319) or a three-night weekday trip ($329) and cool your jets alongside other hotties by the dazzling, 50,000-square-foot Palms Place Pool. In conjunction with the Palms Pool, these aquamarine oases look like a slice of modern art, with glistening waterfalls adjacent to posh little cabanas. And after a day of putting poker pros to shame, glide over to the fire pit for an evening rendezvous.

"Vegas is the ultimate escape. Time is irrelevant here," says Lonely Planet. "Almost any desire can be gratified instantly, since its luxe megaresorts stand ready to cater to your every whim 24/7."

Dip into decadence at Simon Restaurant & Lounge next door - floor-to-ceiling windows let you keep track of the poolside action from your table - and put your $50 food and beverage credit to good use. Nosh on a filet mignon Cobb salad for lunch or sit down for dinner and savor the banana leaf halibut with slow-cooked tomatoes and salsa. Come back to the restaurant in the morning to refresh yourselves with a complimentary daily continental breakfast.

Better yet, enjoy direct access to the The Playboy Club and Moon nightclub. Bunnies host the nine blackjack tables and one roulette table inside the glamorous club, which Condé Nast Traveler describes as having a "dance floor... framed by massive windows looking over the Strip and live projections on the ceiling." Roll into Moon, a penthouse lounge perched atop the Fantasy Tower; the mod furnishings provide the perfect glossy milieu for dancing the night away.

From the sumptuous décor to the glitzy atmosphere, this Escape to Sin City is a cool sip of opulence.

  • A two-night weekend ($319) or three-night weekday ($329) stay in a studio suite for two
  • $50 food and beverage credit for Simon Restaurant and Lounge
  • Direct access to The Playboy Club and Moon Nightclub
  • Daily continental breakfast for two at Simon Restaurant and Lounge
  • Book by 31 May

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