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The Mayfair Supper Club at Bellagio

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Las Vegas will forever be the entertainment capital of the world, beloved by the Hollywood elite (Elvis, Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jr all had residencies here), its reputation for attracting the best worldwide talent continues today.

Look no further than Usher or Lady Gaga who are headlining at MGM, but in terms of big news, this month sees the launch of Weekends with Adele at Caesars Palace.

Next year will also herald the return of the best race on the planet; Formula 1. This nighttime spectacle will see drivers race the iconic Strip at speeds of 212mph, winding past the most famous hotels of this desert city oasis.

But headline acts and Formula 1 aside, the gastronomic theatre here is worth a trip alone. At the heart of Las Vegas’ thriving food scene is Joël Robuchon’s three Michelin-starred French restaurant, where head Chef Christophe De Lellis’ food is as impressive as the Art Deco décor that overflows with floral centrepieces that are worthy of a Bridgerton backdrop setting.

For a nostalgic dining experience that conjures up the heady glory days of ‘50s and ‘60s, book a stage-side table at The Mayfair Supper Club in the Bellagio. The interiors are so wonderfully designed by Martin Brudnizki (of Annabel’s fame), whilst Broadway-worthy performances are sheer bliss, setting the scene for the ultimate retro-reverie night out. Also, the signature champagne cocktail (hidden in a cotton candy cloud) has no rival.