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This elegant private room is attached to the exclusive DJT restaurant, at Trump International Hotel Las Vegas. The venue accommodates 60 guests and is perfect for wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners and afterglow brunches to begin a fabulous Las Vegas honeymoon.
Wynn + Encore Las Vegas – Wedding Salons + Primrose Court
Wynn offers three venues in their wedding salon, two indoors and one outdoors. The Lilac Salon accommodates 65 guests and the Lavender Salon up to 120 guests, both featuring elegant decor with a slight floral theme. Each chapel has its own elegant dressing salon.
Outdoors, find the secluded and enchanting Primrose Courtyard which hosts 100 people, available for an upgrade fee of $1500. Wynn does allow outside photographers, but there is a fee. Each wedding is scheduled to happen with no conflicts from other events.
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Hard Rock Cafe – Chapel
Now, don’t get confused, because there is both a Hard Rock Hotel and a Hard Rock Cafe in Las Vegas, and they are not near one another. The Cafe is right on The Strip, across from Monte Carlo. Although it might not be the first place you would consider for a ceremony and reception combo, it offers compelling outdoor patios and views that definitely warrant consideration, including the chapel on the 3rd floor, which can host both ceremonies and receptions. Perfect for music lovers, the mix of rock club crossed with music memorabilia museum is fun and very Vegas. The spaces are only available from 9am to noon daily. Breakfast catering available from $20 per person.
Hard Rock Cafe – Patios
Although it might not be the first place you would consider for a ceremony and reception combo, the Hard Rock Cafe (the on Strip restaurant, not the off Strip hotel) offers compelling outdoor patios and views that definitely warrant consideration. Perfect for music lovers, the mix of rock club crossed with music memorabilia museum is fun and very Vegas. The spaces are only available for ceremonies from 9am to noon daily.The 2nd floor patio seats up to 65 while the 3rd floor seats up to 45. Breakfast catering available from $20 per person.
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Stratosphere – Chapel in the Clouds
Chapel in the Clouds is the only venue in Las Vegas located 1,149 feet high above the Las Vegas valley with magnificent views. Their two chapels are located on the 103rd floor of the Tower for traditional ceremonies, vow renewals and commitment ceremonies with a view. With majestic furnishings and rich interior design, the Bella Vista chapel can accommodate up to 95 guests. Panoramic windows offer beautiful views of the Las Vegas area. Chapel in the Clouds’ Bella Luna wedding chapel is the ideal intimate wedding chapel in Vegas. Even though panoramic windows offer expansive views of the Las Vegas Valley, the guests won’t be able to take their eyes off the bride as she walks down the aisle. This classic space can accommodate up to 20 wedding guests.
Reception Options: Stratosphere has the only revolving restaurant in Las Vegas, Top of the World, plus reception rooms more than 800 feet above the Strip, as well as banquet rooms. Other choices include a private area in the buffet or a Las Vegas showroom. The 104th floor of the Stratosphere Hotel has three rooms, Twilight, Sunrise and Horizon, that wedding couples can customize for their unique Las Vegas wedding reception. Rooms can accommodate up to 240 guests and are a generous 1,200-square-feet with eight- and nine-foot ceilings. Chapel receptions with cake and champagne from $40 per person or hors d’oeuvres from $35 per person, both with a $175 room fee.
Tahiti Village – Paradise Beach
Walk barefoot down a sandy aisle strewn with rose petals, then recite your vows at the edge of the lagoon at the lovely Tahiti Village pool area and Paradise Beach. Conclude with a unity sand ceremony that symbolizes the start of happily ever after. It’s the beach wedding you’ve always imagined … and more.
Tahiti Village is a timeshare property further south on Las Vegas Boulevard. It has a tropical theme including a large pool area, and surprisingly, a wide variety of wedding venues available, indoors and out. They allow outside photographers and you do not have to own a timeshare or stay at the venue to hold your wedding there.
Reception Options: Buffet and plated style dinners are available, with options for fewer than 25 guests. Keeping with the tropical theme, they even have a Luau option with Polynesian treats. Bar options are also available.
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Treasure Island – Wedding Chapel
The chapel at Treasure Island is quite petite, but features an elegant design in champagne tones, with stately marble altars and classic floral arrangements. Although they have two chapels, they only use the larger west chapel. It has a vague seashell/beach theme, but is quite generic, generally. No swashbuckling pirates or Jolly Roger flags, sadly.
Reception Options: On-site catering is a possibility. There are restaurants on property as well, but Treasure Island is conveniently located near to Fashion Show Mall, where many restaurants well-suited for receptions are.
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