Which is better: South Beach or Las Vegas?

Jul 26, 2021 News

The beach tanner’s paradise of South Beach, Fla., is a favorite vacation destination for the wealthy and famous.

But the beauty of Las Vegas, where sun-kissed beachgoers are allowed to sunbathe on open sand, is not.

And while Las Vegas resorts boast a stunning array of salons, bois and beauty salons catering to all sorts of budgets, some resorts charge outrageous prices.

One popular Las Vegas salon in particular, Tanning Salons, has become a popular spot for wealthy and celebrities to sun-bathe at its Las Vegas location.

According to an article in The New York Times, which has since been deleted, the resort has been selling salons with high prices for years.

The article reported that one of Tanning’s biggest names, model and reality television star Arianne Zucker, paid $9,000 for a single session of tanning.

The high price tag for a private session of nude sunbathing with celebrities such as Zucker, Nicole Richie, Michael Bublé and Jennifer Lopez is the reason Tanning recently closed its Las Vista location.

The Times reported that the former Tanning saloon was closed due to a lack of sales.

Tanning spokeswoman Melissa Satterfield told The New Yorker that the resort was considering opening a new Tanning location in Las Vegas.

She added that the Las Vegas resort was also looking to sell a second location in the state of Nevada, but that they didn’t have the space at the time.

The resort’s new Las Vegas outpost was scheduled to open in the fall of 2019.

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