Details, Las Vegas


Some students find the non-stop dancing exhausting after several days at Dance Camp Las Vegas, held at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel-Casino, June 15, 2011. (Mark Damon/FOR THE WASHINGTON POST)
GETTING THERE

United and Continental offer nonstop flights from Washington Dulles to Las Vegas from $439 round trip.

WHERE TO EAT

Mon Ami Gabi

Paris Resort and Casino

3655 Las Vegas Blvd. S.

702-944-4224

www.monamigabi.com

French fare in an elegant setting with outdoor seating overlooking the Vegas Strip. Entrees from $10.95.

Bally’s Steakhouse

3645 Las Vegas Blvd. S.

702-862-5138

www.ballyslasvegas.com

One of the oldest steakhouses on the Strip. Steaks, seafood and pasta from $25.

WHAT TO DO

Dance Vision

800-851-2813

www.masterycamps.com

Two camps a year, one for advanced students and one for beginners and above.

The advanced camp will take place May 3-6 at the Los Angeles Airport Hilton Hotel. Dancers must be proficient in at least the Bronze level. Price: $899 per person double occupancy or $1,199 single occupancy. $599 with no lodging.

Dance Camp Las Vegas will take place June 3-8 at the Paris Hotel. Open to students, amateurs and professionals. Price: $925 per person double occupancy or $1,175 single occupancy at the Paris Hotel. $850 double occupancy or $1,025 single occupancy at Bally’s, which is connected to the Paris. Also includes opening and closing night dinners.

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