May 19, 2017
From an epic Las Vegas escape to a golfing retreat in Pebble Beach to a luxe staycation right here in LA, here are three ways to have the best guys’ weekend ever.
Where to Stay: The Inn at Spanish Bay
The Inn at Spanish Bay.
For a laid-back weekend of golfing, there’s no better place to tee-off than Pebble Beach. Book the Spanish Bay suite at The Inn at Spanish Bay, which features a spacious dining area, an entertainment system, and dramatic ocean views. This suite is $2,965 a night. 1700 17-Mile Dr., Pebble Beach, 831-624-3811
What You Need: A Private Jet
One of TCS World Travel's private jets.
Fly to Pebble Beach in style in one of TCS World Travel’s private jets. The travel company lets you create and customize your own itinerary and gets you there hassle-free. To start planning your trip, contact Stephanie Wooten at [email protected] or Amber Shearer at [email protected].
What to Do:
Pebble Beach's beautiful coastline.
In addition to leisure games of golf, guys can also enter tournaments, play tennis, hike, kayak, cycle, go horseback riding, indulge in a variety of dining options, and even take the 17-mile drive along the beautiful coastline.
Where to Stay: Hollywood Roosevelt
Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.
You don’t have to leave town to have a memorable weekend—the Hollywood Roosevelt is perfect for an all-guys staycation. For the ultimate experience, book the Gable Lombard penthouse, which features two master suites, a wet bar, flat-screen TVs, a built-in sound system, and its own outdoor deck under the hotel’s iconic signage. 7000 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, 323-466-7000
What You Need: Dom Perignon
Dom Perignon Oenotheque.
A guys’ weekend is a reason to celebrate and what better way to toast the occasion than with a bottle of 1975 Dom Perignon Oenotheque ($2,300). Swing by Wally’s Wine and Spirits (2107 Westwood Blvd., Los Angeles, 310-475-0606) before checking into the Hollywood Roosevelt.
What to Do:
Spend the day at the races at Santa Anita Park (285 W. Huntington Dr., Arcadia, 626-574-7223). For dinner, head to BOA Steakhouse (9200 W. Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, 310-278-2050) for a hearty, dry-aged New York strip or a bone-in rib eye. End the night drinking and dancing at 1OAK (9039 W. Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, 310-274-2326).
Where to Stay: Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace
Inside the luxurious Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace.
For a legendary guys weekend, head to Las Vegas and splurge on the lavish Nobu penthouse suites at Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace. The decked-out suite is perfect for a weekend of partying thanks to a 90-inch flat-screen TV, a billiards table, and an in-room mini bar stocked with chef Nobu’s top picks. Rates start at $3,169 a night. 3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, 702-785-6677
What You Need: A Cool Car
Audi's 2015 A3 Cabriolet.
Make the drive to Vegas with your buddies that much cooler by going all out with a new luxury car. Audi’s brand new red 2015 A3 Cabriolet (starting at $35,600) rides like a dream and is perfect for the long road trip thanks to its luxurious leather interior, high-quality sound, navigation system, and folding roof for cruising through the desert with the top down.
What to Do:
Nobu in Las Vegas.
There’s no shortage of things to do in Sin City, but Nobu penthouse guests are spoiled with top-notch amenities that will make them never want to leave. Perks include private pool access, priority reservations for a decadent Nobu dinner, and complimentary VIP admission to the hotel’s Pure nightclub.
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