Vegas iPhone App Now Available!

The Las Vegas Hipster Application for iPhone

It’s here! Your number one source for Vegas information finally has the app to keep you going no matter where you are in Vegas. Get it here! The Vegas iPhone app is designed to give you the latest and greatest information and media on Las Vegas, and even has some special features you won’t find in other apps. Everything is at your fingertips—Gaming, Restaurants, Hotels, Attractions, Entertainment, and even a GPS Tracker we call the Friend Finder. This is your one stop shop for all things Vegas, and the only app to have, whether you’re planning a trip or already there.


-Available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
-Hundreds of options to choose from for Hotels, Dining, Shows, Clubs, Attractions, Sports, and more, complete with pricing, reviews, photos, and categories for each option.
-Full contact information for all venues. Read the reviews, call the restaurant, make a reservation, and you’re out the door.
-Once you’re out, connect with your friends via the Friend Finder portion of the Vegas Hipster app. See where your friends are at, create, join, and leave groups, and make it easy to meet up in the busy Vegas atmosphere.

Get the Vegas iPhone app here!

Planet Hollywood Vegas Offers Sweet Deal

Vegas Planet HollywoodThe technology age is rewarded once again! The buffet at Planet Hollywood Hotel & Casino has an offer if you check in on Foursquare–buy one, get one free. Just show the “coupon” on your phone to the Total Rewards desk, and they’ll give you a coupon to use downstairs.

In addition, PH has a front-of-line pass for $12, which can be worth it; just wait at the front and flash your card. $12 extra will get you all-you-can-drink beer and wine while at the buffet. This is our kind of deal! Check our page on Planet Hollywood for more information.

Planet Hollywood Poker Room Scam

Planet Hollywood Poker Room Scam
Four of Planet Hollywood casino supervisors and managers were charged with felony crimes including: theft, Forgery and conspiracy to commit theft.

Jonathan Sanner, Jason Peterson and Thomas R. Kordick, all of Las Vegas, and Scott Marshall of Henderson were arrested Aug. 21 by Gaming Control Board officers and Metro Police

The men were in charge of signing off on the Poker Room Payouts. The Security stafff at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas checked the names on the winners “form” against the actual players and the names were fictional. Also, security footage showed one of the men (Thomas Kordick) creating a fictional “High Hand” Jackpot in the Planet Hollywood record log, Then the supervisor in charge (Scott Marshall) signed off on the payout.

The team of alleged thieves (innocent until proven guilty) netted $2201.00 in their scam.