Our Top 10 Las Vegas Hotels
Las Vegas has a variety of hotels to fit every taste, from properties in the heart of the Strip to those in more quiet locations without casinos. These top hotels in Las Vegas will have you ready to enjoy the city in style.
Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas is a well-appointed luxury hotel at the heart of the Strip. The Mandarin Oriental, which is a LEED-certified sustainable hotel, is a non-gaming, smoke-free environment. The hotel has 392 rooms and suites, 335 of which are decorated in a contemporary style. The 57 suites range in size from 850 square feet to 3,100 square feet. Enjoy one of the hotel’s restaurants, or relax with a spa treatment or take a dip in the pool.
Aria Sky Suites
Aria opened in 2009 in the heart of CityCenter and the Strip. Get into the pool scene at Aria where the three ellipse-shaped pools give guests plenty of options, not to mention a fabulous day club scene. The rooms have all the latest gadgets, from personalized automation to keyless locks and one-touch control of lighting, draperies, music and more. There are more than 4,000 rooms, including 568 suites, and a casino and sports book.
Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas sits on floors 35 to 39 of the Mandalay Bay tower. Guests can enjoy small plates and cocktails at Press, Italian cuisine at Veranda and fine dining at Charlie Palmer Steak. Whether you want to relax at the pool, enjoy a spa treatment or the casino at Mandalay Bay, the Four Seasons provides exquisite views and so much more.
Palazzo brings comfort to every guest from its location between the Wynn and the Venetian. Every standard accommodation is a suite starting at 720 square feet. With the Grand Canal Shoppes, and an endless supply of restaurants, clubs and shows at the massive complex, the Palazzo is one of the hottest spots on the Strip.
Encore at Wynn
Encore at Wynn brings casual elegance to the exquisite Wynn collection. Guests will enjoy designer boutiques, seven bars and lounges, five signature restaurants and a spa. Located in the heart of the Strip, Encore features more than 2,000 suites with wall-to-wall windows to enjoy the views. Spend the day at the Encore Beach Club and Encore Pool, or enjoy a show at night.
Vdara Hotel & Spa
Vdara Hoel & Spa’s location just a block from the Strip has it close to the action but far enough away for a real escape. The all-suite hotel is gaming-free. With three restaurants, pool and lounge dining or in-suite dining, there are plenty of opportunities for food and drink.
The Venetian brings Italian elegance to the Strip where it features some 4,000 rooms set in a scene straight out of Venice. Guests have an endless selection of shows and entertainment, shopping, restaurants and nightlife. Spend the afternoon at the Venetian pools with a number of ways to relax and enjoy the scene.
Bellagio Las Vegas wows guests from the start. Yes, the fountains out front dazzle and attract crowds from up and down the Strip. The inside wows, too, with the seasonal floral artwork in the conservatory and botanical garden. When not enjoying the comforts of your room or dining in one of the many restaurants, enjoy the Mediterranean-style pool area.
Red Rock’s name says it all. Located near Red Rock Canyon National Recreation area, Red Rock gets guests off the Strip and into the beauty of the countryside. The Red Rock isn’t far from the Strip, but there is plenty of casino action at the hotel, not to mention a 3-acre pool area, bowling alley, movie theater, spa, restaurants and so much more.
Caesars Palace features rooms spread among six towers in a prime spot on the west side of the Strip. Guests can dine at a range of restaurant options, from a stellar buffet to the upscale Mr Chow, the seventh location for the international restaurant but only one in Las Vegas. Spend time at The Forum Shops, enjoy a spa treatment or spend the afternoon at the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis.