When the clock strikes midnight on January 1st Las Vegas, NV is where you want to be popping the cork on the bubbly. Although Las Vegas is hopping all year round, the festivities are at their peak during New Years. Tourism officials expected over 300,000 attendees for 2007 New Year's celebration and the number will likely grow for 2008. Hotel and airfare prices can soar during New Years so book early to get the best rates, the longer you wait the more you'll likely pay. Restaurants will be doing extravagant New Year's dinner packages and reservations are highly recommended. If you need some extra pampering keep in mind beauty salons will be booked to the hilt for the event. Tables at nightclubs will be in high demand also, book well in advance and expect to pay premium pricing. Cab lines will be extremely long and the weather chilly enough to sober up anyone no matter how many glasses of champagne you've had. Chartering a limousine will help you avoid the long lines and cold weather and you can continue the News Year's bash inside the limo. The key to an exciting and unforgettable time in Vegas during New Years is planning ahead. Call or email a Vegas Inside Players reservationist today to plan your New Year's celebration in Las Vegas.