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Hooters Casino Hotel Las Vegas announces December Food, Beverage and Gaming Promotions

Guests and Rewards Club+ members are invited to the iconic Hooters Casino Hotel Las Vegas to enjoy incredible food, beverage and gaming promotions.
The world’s first Hooters Casino Hotel is located one block from the famous Las Vegas Strip and directly across from the Las Vegas monorail, providing access to all Las Vegas has to offer. The property features 657 rooms and suites, the world’s busiest Hooters Restaurant and is joined by the sports fan favorite, Pete & Shorty's Bar, as well as the Mad Onion American Steakhouse. The 30,000 square foot casino floor offers 370 slot and video poker machines, 22 table games and a full Sports Book by William Hill. Hooters Casino Hotel is your not-so-ordinary casino that welcomes you to play, stay and eat with us 24/7/365.
Keep up with Hooters Casino Hotel Las Vegas announcements and news on Facebook , Twitter and Instagram. For more information call 1.866.LVHOOTS or visit www.hooterscasinohotel.com.
Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Info: The Casino’s Hooters Restaurant delivers exactly what you'd expect: great food served up by the world-famous Hooters Girls in a fun and casual setting. Open 24/7, Hooters Restaurant boasts a full bar and offers all of your favorites, including the wings, burgers, sandwiches, salads, seafood and now breakfast. What better way to start your day, than a hearty breakfast served by your favorite Hooters Girl!
Take advantage of Wings Wednesdays and receive 10 boneless wings, tossed in your choice of sauce, with fries and your choice of bleu cheese or ranch dressing, all for $8.99. For parties of 20 or more people, please contact the Hooters reservation department at 702-597-6002 or sales@hooterscasinohotel.com.
Mad Onion Fine Food & Spirits
Hours: Thursday through Sunday from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Info: The Mad Onion Fine Food & Spirits offers a tasty menu with something for everyone. This intimate dining experience will leave you satisfied, with a few extra dollars in your wallet.
Pete & Shorty’s
Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Info: Need a break from the fast paced Las Vegas atmosphere? Check out Pete & Shorty's. It has a comfortable “down home” vibe, where you can relax, have a few drinks and make new friends. With twenty-four 42” plasma televisions, you can watch sports and even place bets on your favorite team at the adjacent William Hill Sports Book.
National Finals Rodeo Gold Buckle Package
Time: Thursday, December 1, 2016 through Saturday, December 10, 2016
Description: Hooters Casino Hotel welcomes National Finals Rodeo with free performances, room specials and cowboy meet and greets. Available through Saturday, December 10, 2016, the National Finals Rodeo Gold Buckle Package includes overnight accommodations, two NFR tickets (Gold and Plaza tickets available), breakfast for two, two beers at The Saloon. For pricing or to reserve the Gold Buckle Package, please call or email Karen Quintana at 702-597-6002 or karenquintana@hooterscasinohotel.com.
Bed & Breakfast Special
Info: Make your visit to Hooters Casino Hotel a little more special with the Bed and Breakfast Special. The package includes two free breakfasts per stay, $10 in free slot play and $10 in match play (Gaming offers are available for new Rewards Members only).
Book a Bed & Breakfast Package by visiting www.hooterscasinohotel.com or by calling 866-LV-HOOTS and mentioning “Bed & Breakfast.” No minimum night stay required and reservations are based on availability. Any changes to reservations may be subject to revised rates or reservation change penalties. Blackout dates may apply. Not valid with any other discount, coupon or offer. Management reserves all rights. Subject to change or cancellation without notice.
Gun Range & Room Package
Info: It’s the Gun Range & Room Package! Only in Vegas, right? Receive a special discounted gun range rate by booking directly with Hooters Casino Hotel Las Vegas. Gun Range & Room Packages include:
One and Done – Available for $40, guests receive a choice of any gun at the Range 702, excluding belt feds and sniper rifles.
Recoil – Available for $79.95, with this package, guests will experience four guns, including a shotgun, a Glock 19, an MP5 and a fully-automatic P90.
Black-Ops – Available for $165, the Black Ops shooting experience is a high-adrenaline rush with some of the most powerful guns used by real black ops teams. Shoot a fully automatic MP5, M4, SAW and a 9mm Handgun to get the real first person shooter experience.
Guests must book with the hotel directly to take advantage of the Gun Range & Room Package. To book, call or email 702-597-6002 or karenquintana@hooterscasinohotel.com. Any changes to reservations may be subject to revised rates or reservation change penalties. Blackout dates may apply. Not valid with any other discount, coupon or offer. Management reserves all rights. Subject to change or cancellation without notice.
Military Discounts
Info: Are you a member of the military? Hooters Casino Hotel wants to show its appreciation by offering 15% off all hotel reservations, as well as two welcome beverages upon checking in.
Book with the Military Discount by visiting www.hooterscasinohotel.com or by calling 866-LV-HOOTS and using the promo code USAMLTRY. Must present your military ID upon check in.
Government Employee Discounts
Info: Are you a government official? Book with the Government Employee Discount and receive 15% off your stay. Book by visiting www.hooterscasinohotel.com or by calling 866-LV-HOOTS and using the promo code GOVMNT. Must present proof of employment or a government badge upon check in.
Hooters ATV Tour Special
Info: Hooters Casino Hotel is excited to partner with Las Vegas ATV tours to bring the ultimate Las Vegas experience. See Vegas like never before, by soaring through varying terrains at the Nellis Dunes, which is located only 14 miles from the Las Vegas Strip. A four hour door-to-door tour, Nellis Dunes offers the perfect terrain for beginner, intermediate and expert riders.
ATV tours are offered seven days a week, with pickup times at 8 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. Must book directly with Hooters Casino Hotel to receive a discount. To book, please visit www.hooerscasinohotel.com, call 702-739-9000 or email Res1@hooterslv.com.
Book Early & Save
Info: Book early, from two to 20 or more days in advance, and enjoy up to 35% savings. A full non-refundable deposit is due at the time of booking. Management reserves all rights. Subject to change or cancellation without notice.
Hooters Gift Shop
Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Info: The Hooters gift shop offers a variety of Hooters-themed merchandise. Including shirts, tank tops, shot glasses, mugs and more. The Hooters Gift Shop is located right inside the Hooters restaurant, so you can grab your favorite Hooters merchandise after you indulge in your favorite Hooters wings!
The Bait Shoppe
Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Info: The Bait Shoppe offers guests the opportunity to pick up various snacks, including the famous glazed Krispy Kreme donuts, as well.as cold beverages, ice cream, coffee and more. There is also an assortment of fun Hooters Casino Hotel logo items.
Hooters Rewards Club+
Info: Hooters Casino Hotel Las Vegas is proud to introduce a new, tiered Rewards Club+ for the ultimate player experience. Rewards Club+ membership is free and has its perks! The more you play, the more benefits and comps you’ll receive. Comprised of the Orange, Gold, Platinum and Black Diamond tiers, Rewards Club+ members are offered a number of benefits and gifts, including $500 in free play upon signing up, Hooters’ class wings, a 2016 Hooters Girls Calendar, playing cards and free meals.

Also check out the all new beautiful remodeled rooms.
For more information or to become a Rewards Club+ member, visit the Casino Cashier in person at Hooters Casino Hotel Las Vegas, call 1-866-LV-HOOTS or email playersclub@hooterslv.com.
Must be 21 years or older with valid ID. Management reserves all rights.
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Ride Through Death Valley With Norman Reedus (Zombies Not Included!)

AMC’s “Ride with Norman Reedus” Visits Furnace Creek Resort in Episode 2; Map Available Online of Movies and TV Shows That Have Filmed in Death Valley Over the Years.
For years, Death Valley National Park has been a popular location to film movies and TV shows, and the latest to visit was AMC’s new travel series, “Ride with Norman Reedus” (AMC, Sundays at 10/9c). Mr. Reedus, known for riding motorcycles and killing zombies in “The Walking Dead,” explores Death Valley in episode two of the travel docu-series, which is now available online at AMC.com, the AMC app, or via iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and Xbox.
“Death Valley: Dante’s View” follows Mr. Reedus and actor/friend Balthazar Getty as they embark on a Las Vegas joyride to Death Valley, spending the night at the Inn at Furnace Creek and riding through volcano-formed mountains and painted canyons to Dante’s View. Reedus exclaims as he looks out over Death Valley and the Badwater salt flats, “This is probably the prettiest thing I’ve ever seen.”
Directors, producers and film crews have long known that Death Valley offers one of the most unique landscapes in the world (and the prettiest!); many popular movies and TV shows have been filmed in the destination, including the original episode of the “Star Wars” epic (“Episode IV – A New Hope”) and “The Return of the Jedi.” A complete list can be found on the Furnace Creek Resort website here: http://www.furnacecreekresort.com/filming-in-death-valley. Both the Inn at Furnace Creek and Furnace Creek Ranch have provided accommodations for the actors and film crews during the production of these movies and TV shows, and many actors have returned to enjoy the luxurious AAA Four Diamond, historic Inn at Furnace Creek for some rest and relaxation after filming has wrapped. Nestled into the mountainside where the spring bubbles forth, the Inn was built in the late 1920s by the Borax Company and features 66 elegant rooms, fine dining, verandas with sweeping views of Death Valley, opulent gardens, a stunning spring-fed pool (maintaining a constant temperature of 85 degrees), tennis courts and pool-side massages.
With its towering palm trees and true oasis atmosphere, The Ranch at Furnace Creek is fed by natural spring waters and boasts a large pool, golf course (the lowest on Earth), post office, general store, casual dining restaurants, horseback riding and 224 family-friendly rooms. The Borax Museum, with artifacts large and small including some of the original 20 Mule Team Wagon trains, also calls The Ranch home, as does a nearby landing strip. The Death Valley National Park visitor center is also within walking distance.
And there is plenty to do – or not do. For active vacationers, activities range from hiking, cycling, and Jeep treks to horseback riding and golf. The lush oasis also attracts wildlife such as roadrunners and coyotes, and it is also one of only a few gold-tier designated International Dark Sky Parks in the United States where stargazers can actually see the Milky Way with the naked eye.
Furnace Creek Resort is two hours west of Las Vegas by car and a four-hour drive from Los Angeles.
For additional information, visit www.furnacecreekresort.com or call 760-786-2345.


Day of the Dead Tour Highlighted by Giant Kite Festival. From exploring ancient ruins to chocolate making workshops, Bella Guatemala Travel will submerge travelers into the colorful Mayan culture through a multitude of celebrations and activities during its ten-day, fall tour package in Guatemala from October 27 to November 4, 2016.
The cornerstone of Bella Guatemala Travel’s Dia de los Muertos tour is the annual All Saints Day Giant Kite Festival at Santiago Sacatepéquez in celebration of Day of the Dead, a 3,000-year-old tradition. Guatemala is the only country in the world to celebrate Dia de los Muertos by flying colorful, massive kites, which are believed to both communicate with and honor lost loved ones. The kites, which take months to create and depict religious, traditional and contemporary themes, are true folkloric masterpieces.
To help travelers truly appreciate the Land of the Mayas, Bella Guatemala Travel has carefully crafted an itinerary that is balanced with both exciting activities and free discovery time. The itinerary includes a tour of Tikal National Park, one of the most renowned archaeological sites in Central America; a La Azoteca Coffee Plantation tour, showcasing over 130 years of traditional Guatemalan coffee growing; a chocolate workshop, where visitors will learn to make their own chocolates and truffles; a tour of the UNESCO World Heritage designated city of Antigua; a boat tour of the dramatic Lake Atitlán; visits to museums, churches and the celebrated Maya weavers from the Association of Women in Botanical Colors cooperative, and an optional Pacaya Volcano tour for up-close views of the active 23,000-year-old volcano, named one of the top volcano hikes by National Geographic. Bella Guatemala Travel also built free time into the itinerary so travelers can visit open air artisan markets, take in the dramatic scenery of Lake Atitlan and explore the cobblestone streets of Antigua. The tour is guided by top Guatemala and Latin American expedition travel leaders Jose Antonio Gonzalez, archaeologist and explorer, and Emilio Faillace, naturalist and environmentalist, ensuring that the tour will be a rewarding and educational experience for all ages.
With Bella Guatemala Travel, authenticity meets luxury with a sustainable approach. For the 2016 Dia de los Muertos Giant Kite Festival tour, hotels have been carefully inspected and selected because of their connection to Guatemala’s heritage and culture as well as their premium services and luxury standards. Las Lagunas Hotel is located in the Heart of the Maya World in the Peten region. Offering fully equipped suites, all rooms have private jacuzzis with patios overlooking a lagoon. Las Lagunas Hotel also serves as a private nature reserve, making it an ideal landscape for bird and wildlife viewing and other eco activities. The Hotel Camino Real, near the historic heart of Guatemala City, maintains a warm and elegant ambiance with colonial influences that honor its rich history, culture and traditions. Hotel Aurora in Antigua keeps a lovely, quaint atmosphere and is located in the center of this historical icon, surrounded by restored Spanish Baroque churches, museums and cobblestoned avenues. A cultural Guatemalan tour wouldn’t be complete without authentic local flavor. All meals are included in the itinerary and travelers will enjoy, among others, dinner at Kacao, a traditional Guatemalan restaurant at the heart of Guatemala City; at Fridas, celebrating the cuisine of Guatemala’s neighbor to the north, famous for paying homage to renowned Latin artist Frida Kahlo; the highly acclaimed Shultun restaurant, which combines astonishing views and a sophisticated ambience with local gourmet flavors, specially made with fresh, exotic ingredients; and perched on a hill that shares the site with an art museum and sculpture garden, El Tenedor del Cerro, overlooking Antigua and offering a fusion of international dishes using fresh local ingredients.
Bella Guatemala Travel’s Dia de los Muertos tour is $4495, based on double occupancy. The tour includes international flights from the U.S., luxury accommodations, three meals daily, transportation, tours, entrance fees, bilingual tour guides, taxes and gratuities, as an all-inclusive tour. All Bella Guatemala Travel tours are comprised of small and intimate groups, with no more than 16 guests.
For more information, please visit www.bellaguatemalatravel.com.

La Paz’ Top 5 Activities for Adventure Travelers Discover the unexplored paradise at the heart of Baja

LA PAZ, MEXICO—Whether you want to swim with a whale shark, kayak or scuba dive the Sea of Cortez, La Paz offers a myriad of thrilling water sports for the adventurous traveler. With its reefs teeming with marine life and its warm, crystal-clear waters, La Paz is quickly becoming a “must visit” destination for those looking for the ultimate water experience. Conveniently located less than two hours from Los Cabos, La Paz has the small town charm with all the amenities an experienced traveler requires. Situated between the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean, La Paz is home to more than 20,000 marine species. Called “the aquarium of the world” by the legendary oceanographer Jacques Cousteau, this profusion of unspoiled natural wonder can inspire anyone’s sense of exploration and discovery. It’s year-round calm and warm waters make La Paz a spectacular adventure destination waiting to be explored. Below are just a few of the many activities in La Paz to add to your bucket list: Top 5 Adventure Activities in La Paz: 1. Snorkeling with Whale Sharks The calm, clear waters around La Paz are perfect for diving in and viewing the spectacular array of marine life, including the majestic whale sharks. The whale shark is the largest fish in the sea and makes its annual return to La Paz to feed on plankton and enjoy the tranquil, warm waters. Swimming by one of these magnificent giants is a thrill you will not soon forget. 2. Diving Whether you’re a beginner or experienced diver, La Paz, offers some of the best diving in the Sea of Cortez. Among the must-try areas include Los Islotes, which is inhabited by colonies of sea lions, and Isla Espiritu Santo, an island with dozens of bays, artificial reefs and an abundance of marine life. Diving is year-around in La Paz. 3. Deep Sea Fishing La Paz has become an international paradise for sport fishing and posses an extraordinary wealth of large deep-sea fish. Among the most coveted species are the striped marlin, blue marlin, black marlin, dorado, roosterfish and tuna. Fishing is one of the most popular activities for visitors to the region. 4. Stand Up Paddle Boarding or Kayaking Avid and beginner kayakers and stand up paddle boarders will enjoy the serenity of the sea as well as the beaches near the city where they can view the most spectacular scenery and coastline vistas. For an extra thrill, you may be able to paddle close to the sea lion colonies as they frolic in the water or bask in the pristine environment. 5. Windsurfing/Kite surfing Only 40 minutes outside of La Paz on the Sea of Cortez is La Ventana, a mecca for water sports such as diving, kayaking, surfing, and sport fishing. Its location causes a natural wind tunnel that makes this area ideal for kitesurfing and windsurfing. Although there is generally wind year-round, the official windsurfing season is from November to March. Whether you are looking for a thrilling or a subtle water adventure, La Paz has an unforgettable experience to add to your bucket list. For more information, visit www.golapaz.com |Facebook: www.facebook.com/purelapaz|Instagram: @GolaPaz #LaPazBCS |Twitter: @PureLaPaz

Take your holiday on a film set!

Ever found yourself watching a film that’s set somewhere far off and beautiful and you suddenly want to leap straight into the screen and on to that gorgeous beach, stunning countryside or happening cityscape? Yup, us too. Which is why we compiled a list of our favourite movie locations. If you can’t go there, at least you can dream, right? And if you don't have the cash to visit all these places you could always dress up as characters from them? Although it may not be quite as much fun, admittedly. For Pirates of the Caribbean, Disney or Harry Potter fancy dress costumes jet set over to www.morphsuits.co.uk.

Filmmaker James Cameron shares his passion for New Zealand

Oscar winning filmmaker James Cameron shares his passion for New Zealand in new global video. James Cameron and his wife chose New Zealand as their second home four years ago. Now the Hollywood filmmaker wants to show the world why he is so passionate about the place he describes as ‘my kind of country’. James Cameron is sharing his love of New Zealand, fronting a new video that gives the world a glimpse of what it is about the country that captivates him like nowhere else. Cameron’s personal connection with New Zealand stems from his very first visit in the mid-nineties. “I came as a stranger, I knew very little about New Zealand, and I left in love with it. Not just the beauty of the land that is very seductive, but the dynamic spirit of the people. I had never felt a connection to a place that strongly before. And I never really lost that dream.” In a collaboration with Tourism New Zealand, Cameron and his wife Suzy Amis Cameron spent four days filming, taking in the natural wonders of New Zealand’s spectacular South Island. The couple walk on the Tasman Glacier, kayak through a Dart River canyon and take in the sweeping views of Blanket Bay by helicopter. They hike on the alpine Routeburn Track, cycle beside Lake Pukaki and visit Mount Alfred in the Glenorchy area near Queenstown. The Cameron family have a coastal estate north of the capital city, Wellington, where he is immersed in the development of the next Avatar. They divide their time between New Zealand and California. He says: “There is so much to see and experience and you can do it all because everything is so close together. We go on hikes, cycle the incredible trails, kayak in the ocean and walk through the forest. If you enjoy the outdoors and you enjoy a sense of adventure, you’re not going to be able to beat this place anywhere in the world. “If you happen to like helicopters like I do, you could see ten of the most stunning places you’ll see in your lifetime in a day. If you are driving, an hour and a half or two hours, the country just unrolls toward you like an IMAX film.” A world renowned explorer and environmentalist, Cameron is passionate about discovery. “When you see something you have never seen before, it’s a wonderful experience. It’s like a living painting; it’s never the same view two days in a row.” The Cameron video will roll out in Tourism New Zealand’s key markets around the world and Chief Executive Kevin Bowler is confident it will inspire more people to visit New Zealand. He says: “Having someone of the calibre of James Cameron sharing his personal stories and insights while exploring some of New Zealand’s most beautiful places is of immeasurable value for New Zealand. James and Suzy have chosen to have a home in New Zealand and continue to be inspired by our beautiful landscapes and welcoming, creative people. ‘‘I am sure that this video, which perfectly captures James’s passion for exploration and his curiosity, will inspire many more people to travel to New Zealand and discover the country for themselves.” Daniel Borgman, the Auckland resident and New Zealander who directed the video says: “Having been born and bred in the South Island, it has been a poignant moment in my career to be telling its story through the eyes of James Cameron. As one of the most respected filmmakers of our time, to have him in front of the camera has allowed us to create a really special and atmospheric piece of content we are all extremely proud to share.” Locations featured in the James Cameron/100% Pure New Zealand video: Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park – in the spectacular Southern Alps, New Zealand's highest alpine park encompasses 19 peaks rising to 3000-plus metres and numerous glaciers covering 40 percent of the land area. The skies above form the Aoraki Mackenzie International Dark Sky Reserve, recognised for the rare quality of its almost light-pollution-free skies. Tasman Glacier – Tasman Glacier, at 27km New Zealand's largest and longest glacier, terminates close to Mt Cook Village. Visitors can hike on the glacier, explore ice caves or take a boat ride through the icebergs in the terminal lake. Lake Pukaki - Lake Pukaki is the largest of three lakes occupying ancient glacial valleys in the Mackenzie Basin. The lake’s distinctive deep turquoise tones are from finely ground minerals carried in the glacier-fed waters originating from iconic Aoraki Mt Cook. Glenorchy – the 45-minute drive from Queenstown to Glenorchy, on the northern shores of Lake Wakatipu, has been acclaimed as one of the world’s Top Eight Scenic Drives. The small tourist town is the setting-off point for hiking and jet-boating adventures in Mt Aspiring National Park. Paradise – 20km beyond Glenorchy, Paradise is a remote farming valley that has long been a popular excursion destination for visitors. It featured as a location in The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit films, and the much-photographed valley vistas include Diamond Lake and iconic Mount Earnslaw. Dart River – the braided waters of the Dart River flow from the mountains of the Southern Alps into Lake Wakatipu. The best way to enjoy this remote forested alpine landscape is by jet-boat on a Dart River Safari from Queenstown or Glenorchy. There are also more relaxed ‘funyak’ inflatable canoe rides. Routeburn Track – one of New Zealand’s nine ‘Great Walks’, the 32km Routeburn Track is a two to four day hike via alpine meadows, reflective tarns and alpine gardens, with spectacular vistas over vast mountain ranges and valleys. The walking season runs from October to May, and bookings are required for the huts along the track. Mount Alfred – from the northern end of Lake Wakatipu, Mt Alfred is a popular day hike. The 4-6 hour return trip begins from the western side of the Dart River valley and the track zigzags uphill through native beech forest for most of the way. A good level of fitness is required but the reward is some of the best lake, river and alpine views to be found in the Southern Alps. Blanket Bay – this exclusive luxury lodge, on the shores of Lake Wakatipu near Queenstown, is a home-away-from-home for the rich and famous looking for privacy, relaxation and pampering, or the endless outdoor adventures on the doorstep. The 13-room lodge has lake views and award-winning cuisine.