My Celebrity Life

Hotels.com is recruiting for someone to stay in the most iconic Las Vegas hotels for a month

My Celebrity Life –

Could this be the best job in the world? (Pictures: Hotels.com)

Ever dreamed of living it up in Las Vegas… and getting paid to do it?

That dream could become a reality if you win the role of becoming Hotels.com’s first Hotel Resident – a job that involves staying in some of the most iconic venues on the Las Vegas Strip for a month.

The role comes with plenty of perks.

The month starts with a stay at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. The Hotel Resident will spend a week in a room featuring a wrap-around terrace overlooking the Strip. They’ll also enjoy a delicious room service spread served on that terrace and experience a special tasting menu at Scarpetta, the Cosmo’s modern Italian restaurant.

The second week will be spent at the Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace, featuring a private poolside cabana; a spa; and drinks at the Vanderpump Cocktail Garden. RnB fans will be excited to know you’ll also get to see Usher perform live at the Colosseum.

My Celebrity Life –

Fancy a drink on this stunning terrace? (Picture: Hotels.com)

The third week will be a stay at Park MGM, which has three pools and an array of on-property bars, including Primrose, La La Noodle, or On The Record.

The month finishes on a high with a week in the Presidential Suite at Resorts World Las Vegas.

My Celebrity Life –

How about a leisurely week in the Presidential Suite? (Picture: Hotels.com)

And what do you have to do in return for all of this fun, we hear you ask. Sweeping the corridors? Delivering room service? Cleaning the many pools? No, all you have to do in this role is post on Instagram four times.

All the Hotel Resident is required to do is to post about each hotel on their personal feed and describe their experience. And they will get an experience that is worth around $40,000 (£29,000).

So, it’s likely to be a popular role.

All you have to do to apply for this Vegas residency is visit Hotels.com/VegasResident and answer a few questions.

Applications close on July 2, so be quick. The residency starts on July 12, so start cancelling any other plans now.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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