Get celebrity treatment in Las Vegas

If you imagine being whisked past long nightclub lineups to the front line, riding in limos and getting celebrity treatment on your next Las Vegas vacation, a new company can help with just that.

Vegas VIP is a luxury destination management company known for their legitimacy and expertise in providing clients the celebrity treatment. Planning, customizing, and hosting any event for large groups, corporate events, bachelor and bachelorette parties, birthdays, reunions and special occasions. Vegas VIP will help you with daytime leisure to nightlife adventure including: VIP nightclub access, pool parties, limousine and group transportation, dining, golf, special events and tours.

Established in 2002 by owners Dan Nunes and Michael Tomes, Vegas VIP exposes the best of what Las Vegas has to offer. With a streamlined website, you can get information and keep up to date on the Las Vegas nightlife scene. Vegas VIP also has a knowledgeable team to help plan the perfect party. Each client has a personal planner to arrange any interest down to the smallest detail.

Every venue and activity is awaiting your arrival with all the event details being handled by a Vegas VIP host.

“Imagine your group being personally escorted from their limo, past a two-hour line at the hottest nightclub on the strip, to their own private table. Now that’s VIP,” said Nunes explaining the experience.

The Vegas VIP co-ordinator’s goal is to provide individuals with long-lasting memories of their experience in the entertainment capital of the world. With unique packages, such as The Hangover package that includes Hummer limo transportation, inclusive dinner with alcohol, bottle service at XS nightclub, and VIP entry with seating at some of the hottest clubs the city has to offer.

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