Watch NCAA March Madness In Style: The Ultimate Guys Group Getaway!

It’s never too late to book a last-minute group getaway to Vegas and certainly never too early to start planning for the best seat in the house for 2017!  GO Groups has some amazing one-of-a-kind experiences to make your NCAA March Madness weekend full of fun. Sports fans can start their March Madness off right with a reserved area at Lagasse’s Stadium at Palazzo, a full sports book, lounge, and restaurant all in one place! We did say this would be the ultimate guys getaway, and what does it better than 100 high definition screens, tiered leather couches, and a game-day menu with a kick? Grab eats now for $200 per person, which includes $100 Food and Beverage Credit and a reserved area in the Main Stadium Seating.

While in Vegas, what other unforgettable adventures can your next group experience? Glad you asked.


VIP Club Crawl

VIP Nightclub Crawl

In between the games, guys can go all-out with a VIP Club Crawl, including visits to an ultimate lounge and three nightclubs on the Las Vegas Strip. The group will receive expedited entry to the top nightclubs, luxury transportation on a bus that is dubbed a “Night Club on Wheels,” and an experienced Nightlife Host to guide the group throughout the evening. Also, the guys will enjoy all-you-can-drink beverages on the bus, and the nightclub entry fees are included in the tour.


Helicopter Tour

Las Vegas helicopter

No ultimate guy getaway is complete in Vegas without a helicopter tour. The group can fly over The Strip during the day or at night, or soar over the Hoover Dam, Fortification Hill (an extinct volcano), and land in the Grand Canyon. How about a rafting tour? From the Las Vegas terminal, the group will fly to the Grand Canyon and land at the bottom of the canyon, where they will enjoy a champagne toast and a snack, before departing from Grand Canyon West. Launching from the base of the Hoover Dam, the group will navigate 12 miles of the Colorado River with a stop for lunch at Willow Beach, Ariz. before returning to the hotel.

Related: Top 5 Weird Things to Do in Vegas


Lip Smacking Foodie Tours

Lip Smacking Foodie Tours

With more than 330 restaurants on The Strip, out-of-towners need someone showing them not only the best venues but also the best dishes. Lip Smacking Foodie Tours has three unique experiences—Afternoon Culinary Adventures, Savors of The Strip, and Downtown Lip Smacking Tour—which take groups to at least two resorts and two to three restaurants per resort. Plus, guys will taste more than 10 signature dishes with no lines, receive VIP seating and service, and a professional guide who will give insightful tips and some history of The Strip. For the ultimate guys group, a private burger tour is the way to go, hitting legendary grill spots on The Strip!


Ultimate Pool Pass

Vegas Pool Party

Las Vegas is known as having some of the most outrageous pool parties in the world, and with a three-day pool pass, guest will get access to some of The Strip’s hottest dayclubs and pool parties, which may include the Wet Republic at MGM Grand, Daylight at Mandalay Bay, and LIQUID at Aria. Exhilarating DJs, world-class waterscapes (some measuring more than a quarter length of a football field), open-air lounges, and signature drinks—is there a better way to spend an afternoon in Vegas? (We think not.)

Related: Ten Unforgettable Vegas Adventures


Vegas Mob Tour

We’re going to make you an offer your next group booking can’t refuse—a Vegas Mob Tour. Visit some of the mob hang-outs and hear tales of intrigue and crime about Sin City’s most infamous gangsters, including Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel,” and enforcers Tony Accardo, Sam Giancana, Tony “The Ant” Spilotro, and Frank Cullotta. You’ll also hear the story that inspired the movie Casino. After the tour, the group will head to Geno’s Pizza Party.


All these adventures can be booked through GO Groups, and while it only takes 10 people to create a group, grow the group larger and get upgrades for every 12 rooms booked with one FREE room for every 20 booked at any of the Ceasars’ hotels in Vegas, including Caesars Palace, Paris, Flamingo, Nobu Hotel, The Cromwell, The LINQ, Harrah’s, Rio, Planet Hollywood, and Bally’s.