Nights Without Neon at the Ritz-Carlton, Lake Las Vegas

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Last month The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Las Vegas unveiled Nights Without Neon. The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Las Vegas is conveniently located in Henderson, Nevada, 17 miles from the Las Vegas Strip. The resort offers year-round golf, water sports, outdoor recreation opportunities, a 30,000-square foot destination spa and Medici Café & Terrace, serving American cuisine.

The resort’s Nights Without Neon menu includes ala carte opportunities through Labor Day 2008. Here’s a selection of three of the nine programs.

Moonlight Spa: An exclusive al fresco experience offered seven nights of the month: three nights during the waxing phase of the moon, once during the full moon, and three times during the moon’s wane. The resort provides three exclusive bodywork experiences inspired by lunar effect. These special treatments are experienced on the shores of the resort’s private lagoon, bathed in moonlight unobstructed by Las Vegas city lights.

Sundown Bike Ride: The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Las Vegas presents a three-mile loop around the resort, allowing cyclists to view the flora, fauna and lights of mansions surrounding Lake Las Vegas’ ten miles of shoreline. Bikes and maps are provided by the resort, and the property resort fee allows guests one hour of complimentary bicycle use.

Kids’ Night Out: Children can get away for a night of fun and excitement, while parents enjoy a quiet dinner at the resort’s romantic Medici Café & Terrace on Friday and Saturday evenings. The supervised night includes a special dinner, movies, and arts and crafts from 6 to 9 p.m. or until 11 p.m. for parents needing a little more time to reconnect.

For room reservations visit www.ritzcarlton.com or call 800-241-3333. For Nights Without Neon activity reservations, call the resort directly at 702-567-4600.

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