Igloos Offer The Best Fireworks Views This NYE in Las Vegas

Say cheers to 2022 with Veuve Clicquot Champagne, boozy hot chocolate bombs or spicy margaritas

Zouk Group at Resorts World has partnered with the good folks at Veuve Clicquot to bring experiential igloos to the resort’s Rose rooftop, overlooking the Strip. 

From Brisbane to Aspen, these wintertime houses offer a Bacchus-approved escape from the elements, but it’s the first time they will make an appearance on the Las Vegas Strip.

Here guests can choose from a variety of craft libations—from boozy hot chocolate bombs to spicy margaritas. Light bites from Zouk Group’s vibey Asian eatery Fuhu in the form of bento boxes will also be on offer along with s’more kits to roast over the fire. Naturally, Veuve Clicquot bottle service is available. #ClicquotInTheSnow

Photo Credit: Meg Blair

For the NYE debut this Friday, expect panoramic Strip views of the fireworks. Igloo minimums for NYE start at $5,000, while an open bar package from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. is available for $250 per person. No food is served on New Year’s Eve. Beyond the holiday, the space will not have a 21+ requirement and you can secure a two-hour igloo reservation for a $350 food and beverage minimum with other packages available and varying price points.

The igloos will be up until February 27, so there is plenty of time to take this beautiful experience.

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