If you’re looking for an over-the-top way to propose that your true love will never forget, you can hardly go wrong in Las Vegas.
There are endless places and ways to profess your undying love, both on and off the Strip.
Below are the most romantic Las Vegas proposal ideas!
Paris Las Vegas
Best place to propose in Vegas? Probably this! Couples and experts alike agree that the Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck at Paris Las Vegas is one of the most romantic spots on the Strip.
This half-scale replica of the iconic Paris, France landmark is located 46 stories up and offers breathtaking views of the Strip and the entire Las Vegas valley.
For an even greater impact, wait until sunset to propose. Every thirty minutes on the hour and half hour, from sunset to midnight, the Eiffel Tower puts on a spectacular, multicolored, choreographed light show that is sure to dazzle and impress.
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The Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck is open daily from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m.
For a bit more privacy and fanfare, consider a proposal package from the Eiffel Tower Restaurant, one of the most romantic restaurants in the United States according to USA Today, Travel & Leisure and Open Table.
The Eiffel Tower Restaurant offers both dinner and brunch/lunch proposal packages that include a special menu, long-stem red roses and much more.
Add-ons may include everything from a magician to a helicopter ride for two over the Strip.
Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at the Mirage
Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at the Mirage is a ten-acre tropical oasis that features Bottlenose Dolphins, White Tigers, White Lions and Leopards.
This collection of nine dolphins and over two dozen big cats is certified by American Humane for meeting the highest standards of animal care.
Book a one-hour VIP tour for two or a group of up to five if you want friends and family to witness the big moment. This unique experience includes:
- Behind the scenes access to the dolphin habitat
- Brief dolphin interaction poolside (easily the best place to propose in Las Vegas)
- Complimentary 6 x 8 group photo for each guest
- 1 digital copy of the photo sent via email
Price starts at $120 per group and varies based on group size.
Costa Di Mare at the Wynn
Led by Chef Mark Lorusso, Costa Di Mare offers authentic Italian coastal cuisine that includes fresh fish and shellfish flown in daily from Italy.
This Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Award-winning restaurant sports a recently reimagined dining room.
Turn the romance up to ten, though, by reserving a cabana overlooking the restaurant’s tranquil lagoon. This stunning waterside location guarantees a marriage proposal that neither of you will ever forget.
To make a cabana reservation, call (702) 770-330. Costa Di Mare requires business casual attire and is open for dinner nightly from 5:30 to 10 p.m.
Rise is an annual music festival that takes place in the desert outside of Las Vegas. The one-day event (which repeats over three consecutive nights) offers live music and culminates in the largest lantern release in the world.
What better way to profess your undying love than to write your message on a lantern and release it to the heavens?
Rise is both breathtakingly beautiful and environmentally responsible, and truly deserves a spot in our list of best places to propose in Las Vegas!
All lanterns are 100% biodegradable and are retrieved from the surrounding desert after the event.
Rise partners with MGM Resorts for accommodations and offers shuttles from Mandalay Bay and South Point, along with parking at the Jean Dry Lake Bed.
Fountains of Bellagio
One of the most iconic locations in Las Vegas is certainly the fountains in front of the Bellagio. The location is made for romance and, best of all, is absolutely free.
Each show is a stunning combination of synchronized water, music and light.
With more than 1000 fountains spanning more than 1000 feet and sending water as high as 460 feet into the air, the Fountains of Bellagio offers the perfect backdrop for a never-to-be-forgotten proposal.
The Bellagio also offers a number of dining options right on Lago di Como (Lake Como) that offer a spectacular view of the fountains. These restaurants include:
- Lago by Julian Serrano
- Le Cirque
- Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge
- PRIME Steakhouse
Gondola Ride at the Venetian
Capture the feeling of old world Venice with a gondola ride at the Venetian. The indoor voyage down the Grand Canal takes you and your love past cafes and under bridges and balconies.
The outdoor gondola ride is an open-air experience that offers views of the heart of the Strip. Either choice is equally romantic as your private gondolier serenades you as you glide along the canals.
Gondola rides are offered on weekdays from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. and on weekends from 10 a.m. to midnight. Catch the Gondolier March – where the team of gondoliers, singing in unison, arrive for their shift – twice daily at 9:50 a.m. and 4:20 p.m.
Pricing for private gondolas for two starts at $116. Photo packages start at $22.
Top of the World at the STRAT
Top of the World is located over 800 feet above the north end of the Las Vegas Strip.
Voted “The Most Romantic Restaurant in Las Vegas”, Top of the World revolves 360-degrees every eighty minutes to offer breathtaking views of the Strip, downtown and the entire Vegas Valley.
The restaurant offers Las Vegas proposal packages that include the Romance Proposal Package (dinner not included) for $196, plus tax and gratuity or the We’re On Top Of The World Proposal Package, which includes a 4-course Chef’s tasting menu for $460, plus tax and gratuity.
A Magical Moments Proposal Package, which includes a romantic magic show that ends with the appearance of your engagement ring, is available on a limited basis for $385 plus tax and gratuity.
Helicopter Tour of the Grand Canyon
For a truly unforgettable proposal, not much can top a helicopter tour of the Grand Canyon.
There are a number of companies in Las Vegas that offer helicopter tours, including GC Flight, Maverick Helicopters, Grand Canyon Helicopters, Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopters and Sundance Helicopters.
Packages include everything from an express tour, to Grand Canyon rim or floor landings.
Other packages pair a tour of the Grand Canyon with additional experiences that include a flight over the Strip or a river rafting adventure down the Colorado and Black Canyon Rivers.
For a truly romantic proposal, GC Flight offers a Helicopter Floor Landing with Picnic and Limousine for $438 per person.
Grand Canyon helicopter tours typically run from 3.5 to 5.5 hours round trip and are priced generally between $300 – 600 per person, depending on the tour company and the package selected.
Valley of Fire State Park
Located about an hour’s drive from the Las Vegas Strip, the Valley of Fire State Park encompasses 40,000 acres of bright red Aztec sandstone outcrops intermixed with gray and tan limestone.
The park contains petrified trees and ancient petroglyphs that date back more than 2000 years. Visitors can hike, camp, picnic and check out the visitor center.
Visit the Beehive formations to give your proposal that authentic Fred Flintstone vibe.
Valley of Fire State Park is open from sunrise to sunset with 24-hour access to the campgrounds. The day use entrance fee is $10 per vehicle and camping fees are $20 per night plus an additional $10 for campsites with utility hook ups.
Fremont Street Experience
The Fremont Street Experience is a 24-hour outdoor pedestrian mall located in downtown Las Vegas.
It is a seven-block entertainment district, which features a huge LED canopy, casinos, restaurants, street vendors, free live entertainment, the Slotzilla zip line and more.
Every evening on the hour, you can experience the Viva Vision light and sound show, a dazzling display of 12.5 million LED lights on the world’s largest video screen.
Each show runs about six minutes on the overhead canopy, which allows just enough time to drop to one knee and pop the question for a never-to-be-forgotten proposal with just you and a few thousand of your closest friends.
The Fremont Street Experience is located between N. Main Street and N. Las Vegas Blvd. in downtown Las Vegas.