This week I’m loving the Town Square Las Vegas. It’s a local’s get-away and a tourist gold mine, especially when travelling with your little entourage, this spot is sure to please every age in your family.


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What I {heart}about Town Square Las Vegas:

Rave Motion Pictures…yes, there is a full service, gigantic movie theater that shows all the latest and greatest flicks that you can take the kiddos to and leave the craziness of the Strip behind. They offer a variety of both adult and kid-friendly films, along with 3-D options as well. Learn more by checking out Rave Cinemas on-line.


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Children’s Park…is loaded with dreamy playground equipment you played on as a kid. Merry-go-rounds, a Tree House, a labyrinth of ivy, a unicorn to ride on and a stage to make believe on. Kids can play “House” and “Bakery” while sliding and climbing, jumping and screaming…you know the kind of noise that’s looked down upon in the middle of the hotel lobby unless you just won Mega-Bucks. This is the perfect place to let a kid be a kid in Vegas. There is also a stroller rental at the Concierge, and don’t forget your swimsuit, towel and sunblock because there is a great splash pad to cool down in. Parents, you can rest a little easy knowing the park is secured by alarmed emergency exits, and there is only one main way out. When the kids are done whooping it up, take them on a train ride around Town Square Park.  

Whole Foods Market…it’s hard enough to eat healthy when you are on vacation, but it is near impossible when you vacation on the Las Vegas Strip. With the addition of Whole Foods Market, it makes like a little easier to grab those hotel room essentials for healthy snacking and living for babies, kids and parents. If you are really looking to get your green on and looking for some alternative fitness to pep up your day, consider venturing into the Barefoot Sanctuary where owners Alvin Tam and Jada Fire will dazzle you with some challenging yet thought provoking classes like Belly Dancing and Acrofit and Reggae Dance Hall, but you can also catch a yoga class now and then to keep you centered and focused.

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i {heart} burgers…a super duper family friendly meal spot with decent food. Imagine that! Walk up to the cashier to order your gourmet burger and fries (kid’s menu is available). Then pair that up with a handcrafted milkshake, we prefer the Carmel-Corn, or wine, beer or cocktail from their full service bar. Dad can catch the game while the kids draw on the walls (it’s allowed and encouraged!), and mom can read up on her Facebook posts, emails and texts. There are plenty of opportunities for Brunches, Kids Eat Free and Happy Hour deals. 

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Town Square Las Vegas is definitely dialed in to both the local and tourist markets providing a little bit of everything for the modern-day consumer. Great shopping like apple, The Container Store, Old Navy, H&M, and Sephora. Great dining like The Yard House, California Pizza Kitchen and my favorite sandwich place, Johnny McGuire’s. Blue Martini and Double Helix provide a great date night atmosphere…date night? That’s right, it’s all possible at the Town Square. Bring the kiddos for a movie and dinner, then have the Artsy Nannies, an on-site, fully licensed and bonded nanny service, keep an eye on the little ones while you enjoy a cocktail or check out the dueling piano bar.

See? This is why I {heart} Vegas!