A few weeks ago we were part of the Women Who Slay conference at the Red Rock Hotel & Casino and we enjoyed this scenery for several days. *Sigh* Heaven . . .there’s nothing like a few days to lay by the pool with my sister to refresh, recharge and to talk business with a few drinks. Boy was it hot!
Me and my sis poolside 🙂
The Red Rock Hotel pool was our favorite spot with the gorgeous cabanas available for rent, the comfy and pretty chairs, and all the dip pools in every corner.
If you’ve ever been to Vegas you know the pools are crowded, crazy and the chairs always taken by 10am. We loved that a chair was fairly easy to find and from every chair a pool was nearby to take a dip from the 105 degree heat. Plus it is super family friendly but not overwhelming. Tip for food and drink service – go to the bar and get to know your server :).
We stayed in a signature suite (over 1000 square feet) with a fabulous king bed, HUGE bathroom with tub and a great view of the pool (that’s where I took the photo above).
We found the cutest spots to take photos before the cool down at the pool.
My sister and I headed to the Las Vegas strip at night for dinner and a little bit of gambling. My favorite spot to dine is the Cosmopolitan with all their options which many are NY restaurants I miss. $38 Tiff’s green romper
We did have room service for breakfast everyday at the Red Rock and loved it! It was quick, fresh, and yummy. One of my favorite things about traveling is getting room service. Always feels good to be pampered and eat breakfast in bed.
Blogging has given me so many opportunities and we were invited to Demi Lovato’s new single release party! Met Demi at a private party! So fun and love her new single. Listen/watch to it here.
All these photos were take on the property of the Red Rock by my sister.
The conference was on Saturday and we met so many wonderful people. I’ll recap what we talked about and share more tips on blogging as you guys liked the 5 best tips on instagram that I posted here.
We ended the conference day at the private pool/cabana area with the other speakers and happily laid out on this fun floaties.
We loved the pool area, room service, our rooms, and it was really nice to take a break from the bright light strip but be close enough (20 minute cab ride) to it for dinner and a night out. The casino was just as active as others but I didn’t feel the “crazy” feeling of overwhelming “Vegas partying”.
I did eat at the Noodle bar which was quite delicious but most of the time we ate at the pool and loved the seafood salads. Full list of restaurants.
A well needed few days off with the mix of a conference we spoke at was a fantastic way to spend time with my sister and get a mix of Las Vegas.
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