Football is in the air and we could not be more excited about the upcoming game day weekend. There’s absolutely no better time to plan your Big Game Day weekend in Las Vegas! Watch as two of the best football teams compete for the ultimate win in the comfort of your own suite, at one of Vegas’ best sports books, or with a beer in hand. No matter what you choose, this big sports weekend (February 4th to be exact) is always a hit in the Entertainment Capital of the World.
If you’re ready to plan out your NFL Championship weekend, then we’ve got you covered with a full itinerary of where to watch the game, what to snack on, and the best spots to kick back and relax.
Where to Watch the Game
The NFL Championship is the biggest game of the season and will feature not only great football, but great entertainment. Justin Timberlake will be hosting the halftime show, Pink will sing the National Anthem, and we already know there will be plenty of glitz and glam thrown in. So where should you watch all the excitement?
Best Sports Books
-The Bellagio – The Bellagio is known for its luxury and comfort, but did you also know that their sports book is one of the most popular in Las Vegas? If you want to get away from some of the weekend rush, step into the upscale hotel-casino to place your bets in a more intimate setting. Get catered on hand and foot while you cheer on your team from the plush comfort of this Las Vegas staple.
-Green Valley Ranch – If you want to do the big weekend in true Vegas fashion, check out Green Valley Ranch, located a few minutes off the strip. This huge sports book has not one, not two, but more than 200 screens, including personal seats and over 30 plasma screen TVs. There’s also a VIP section for the high rollers, as well as incredible food and drinks.
-Westgate Las Vegas – Westgate is one of the original sports books in Vegas, dating back to 1986! It has set the standard for sports betting and features 30,000 square feet of entertainment space, 28 screens, and a massive 15 x 20 foot screen for viewing from all angles! Plus, it’s a bit off the strip, so you can avoid the major tourist rushes.
What to Eat
What’s football without snacks? The two go hand-in-hand and there’s no use doing the big game weekend without enjoying the delicious cuisine that Las Vegas has to offer!
-Last year, Umami Burger did a Big Game Bash, which included open bars, game day food, and special giveaways and this year will likely be something similar. The chic burger bar, beer garden, and sports book has it all for football fans and foodies alike.
-Like peanut butter and jelly, beer and football are BFFs. At Beer Park, you can enjoy both the game and the beautiful view from their rooftop patio, while also sipping on one of over 100 beer choices! This hot spot will also feature fun takes on game day classics, like chile verde nachos and mac and cheese egg rolls.
-Tahiti Village’s 17° South Booze & Bites features everything you need on game day, including wings, wide screen TVs and tropical island-inspired seating. Kick back, relax, and enjoy one of our many world-class food options. The stomach is the limit for this football party weekend!
Where to Stay
All this fun can get tiring! Start your NFL Championship weekend off right by picking the right place to stay. Las Vegas has many first rate hotel and suite options available for all.
–Caesars Palace is right in the center of the action on the strip and an iconic Las Vegas favorite. The hotel has food and drinks right there, meaning that after the game you can keep the party going!
-Tahiti Village features some of the most beautiful suites in the area and if you want to take your football weekend up a notch, look no further. Our Royal Tahitian, Bora Bora, and Moorea suites are all first-class and we feature vacation packages to make your trip about more than just cheering on a team.
Whether you’re a seasoned football fan or just here for the snacks, watching the Big Game in Las Vegas is an experience like no other. Whether you experience the rush of the stirp or take the party elsewhere, your NFL Championship weekend will certainly be one for the books.