5 Things You’ll Need for a Weekend in Las Vegas
Let’s face it, most people pack like jackasses when planning a trip to Las Vegas. Especially those first-time visitors to the City of Sin. So here we present 5 essential things we recommend you bring the next time you plan on visiting Las Vegas. Of course, you’ll probably do whatever you want anyway but hey, at least we tried.
A COUPLE OF NICE POOL OUTFITS.
If you’re coming in the summer you will inevitably go to a pool or pool club/ dayclub in Las Vegas. Spend the extra money and get a nice swimsuit and pool outfit for the occasion. Why? Because the people you want to sleep with are superficial and will judge you on what you’re wearing at the pool. Oh, and the nicer you look, the easier it will be for you to get into a dayclub.
GATORADE, COCONUT WATER OR REHYDRATING LIQUID.
Have your hotel bring up a small refrigerator and pack it full of whatever your favorite rehydrating fluid is. You’ll need it. Chances are you’ll be drinking a lot no matter what you do in Las Vegas and this will save you from killer hangovers.
AN EMERGENCY ID AND CREDIT CARD AND LOCK IT UP IN YOUR HOTEL SAFE.
We here at Nightlife Unlocked can’t tell you how often people lose their ID, wallets and, credit cards. By keeping an emergency spare, you’ll save yourself a world of inconvenience and make sure that you can still make your flight back home. Not only that, but aside from a few phone calls, If you have an emergency ID and credit card, you’ll still be able to enjoy yourself here in Las Vegas, as you pretty much need an ID to do anything here.
COMFORTABLE DRESS SHOES.
Whether you’re a guy or a girl you’ll be doing a lot of walking, dancing and moving in Las Vegas. Make sure you can do that all night long without taking off your shoes. In fact, most hotels have now adopted a policy against people taking off their shoes. So don’t be the one who does. Also, it’s gross.
They’re ridiculously overpriced at the hotel gift shops because they know you’ll probably be in a hurry if you’re buying them there. So bring them from home. Oh and for the love of god, use them. No matter what he, she, or it says.
Can you think of any other handy thing to pack on your next trip to Vegas? Feel free to leave a comment below!