Despite the global pandemic, resorts and casinos in Las Vegas are still going all out with their holiday decor this year in the most dramatic of ways, which is fitting because, well, it's Vegas, baby.
It's flashy, it's bright, it's Christmas, Vegas-style, everywhere, just fantastically splattered all over these casino grounds.
Here's how some of the most popular Las Vegas resorts, casinos, and landmarks are celebrating the holidays in 2020, despite (gestures vaguely to everything).
The Bellagio Hotel and Casino debuted its annual holiday decor on Monday, calling it "Hopeful Holidays." The fantastical display, which features four different "holiday traditions," will be up through January 2021.
The Bellagio's majestic Conservatory and Botanical Gardens area, where the decorations are set up, is free to the public and it is...very pretty.
The Aria Resort & Casino
The Aria has set up a total winter wonderland situation in its lobby, with the centerpiece being a house made of actually edible ingredients.
It's called the "Sugar Palace" and it's 15-feet tall and glows blue and white.
The Wynn Las Vegas
The decadent Wynn hotel has also decorated its grounds with holiday cheer literally everywhere, transforming its atrium into a total winter wonderland.
The centerpiece of it all is a display of six mini villages with the theme being "Gulliver's Travels."
The Tropicana is looking as festive as ever, giving off cute little vintage vibes with its tree and general essence.
The Linq Promenade
The Linq Promenade shopping center has decorated to the max, complete with a gigantic, colorful Christmas tree.
The Forum Shops at Caesar's Place are decked out with Christmas decor, as well, making it even lovelier than usual, complete with lit up garland all over the place as well as a 40-foot-tall tree.
Fremont Street Experience
Fremont's iconic 50-foot-tall tree is up and decorated as heck, as of December 9 when the annual tree lighting ceremony was held. On December 10, there will also be a lighting ceremony for a 20-foot-tall Grand Menorah in celebration of Hannukkah.
It's truly the most wonderful time of the year in Sin City, and somehow, also the flashiest.