Las Vegas is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. Here is our list of the best hotels in Sin City. Find out where the best places to stay and play are. We’ve chosen seven of the top hotels based on elegance and luxury as well as style and comfort.
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The Venetian – Take a trip to Italy without leaving the States. The Venetian is a romantic experience that surrounds you with the feelings of Venice.
From the moment you walk through the doors of The Venetian you will immediately look up at the magnificent artwork that is very tastefully displayed on the ceiling. The suites are luxurious and elegant from the plush beds to the over sized baths available in the Venetian Piazza Suites.
Experience the Canal Shoppes and 19 remarkable restaurants including the world famous Tao. Enjoy an infused margarita at Taqueria Cañonita while overlooking the Canal and listening to the Italian Opera Singers. Watch the street performers in the Grand Canal and forget that you are actually inside. The ceiling in the grand Canal area is a sky and makes you feel like it’s the afternoon no matter what time of day it is.
The Venetian offers two pools, Tao Beach (for 21 and older only), more restaurants and shopping that you could frequent in a weekend. The atmosphere at The Venetian is all elegance all the time.
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The Bellagio – Famous for its daily fountain show, The Bellagio raised the bar on the Las Vegas Strip when it became a AAA Five Diamond Award Winner. With almost 4,000 hotel rooms and suites the Bellagio will not disappoint.
If you are looking for an upscale resort, the Bellagio is mostly recommended for the 18 and over crowd. With an 18 and over policy in place, The Bellagio is not for the young children.
The Bellagio also offers a breathtaking Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. The Bellagio employs 140 horticulturists to maintain the gardens and their theatrically arranged gazebos and ponds that are displayed to fit each season of the year.
The nightlife at The Bellagio offers sophistication and style with six nightclubs to choose from. Enjoy fine dining or casual eats at The Bellagio before you venture off to watch “O” Cirque Du Soleil.
The Wynn – Upon entering the Wynn you will be greeted by a lovely lit gazebo that tourists seem to line up to take pictures in front of. There is a welcoming Parasol Bar located just outside the registration area with some of the best martinis in Vegas. There is also a Parasol bar located downstairs where you can watch the nightly show that takes place with fun music, lights and a large frog.
The suites at the Wynn are amazing to say the least. There is a lot of red in the decor and the best thing about the Wynn is that there are two sinks in the bathroom, a tub and a shower. The Wynn is located across from the mall and has walkways easily accessible for tourists to cross the street and do some shopping.
The Wynn is home to Blush and SW Steakhouse which are two of the best night clubs and steak houses in Las Vegas.
In addition to nightlife, The Wynn offers an 18 hole golf course which includes a club house, practice green, caddies and golf carts.
The Palazzo – As the newest neighbor to The Venetian, The Palazzo hit the Vegas strip in early 2008. Located directly across the street from TI and in between the Wynn and The Venetian, there is no lack of luxury surrounding it.
Home to a 20,000 Lamborghini dealership and a Turkish Bath House, The Palazzo offers some unique activities that are not found in other Las Vegas Resorts.
The suites at The Palazzo are luxurious and comfortable. You can expect to find elegant touches such as a comfy bath robe and slippers, a jetted tub in The Palazzo Siena Suites and an flat screen TV in the bathrooms.
The Palazzo takes pride in its effort to be green. In April of 2008 they earned a LEED certificate (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design). Some environmentally friendly features include the one touch master light switch as you exit your hotel room. Guest suites with built in sensors to know if you are in the suite or not that adjust temperature automatically. An expansive solar heating system for the pools tops the list of the environmentally friendly hotel.
With all the shopping and restaurants The Palazzo offers along with its key location on the Las Vegas strip, you really can’t go wrong by staying and playing here.
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THEhotel – THEhotel at Mandalay Bay is an all suite addition to the Mandalay Bay. With 43 stories and suites approximately 700 square feet, THEhotel surpasses sophistication and as perfect for both business and pleasure.
You can expect to find plasma TVs in each room, tile entry ways and over the top detail everywhere you look. There is a spa, gym and billiards lounge for guests to play and rest in.
The Foundation Room, one of the best steakhouses in Las Vegas, is located atop the Mandalay Bay and has a patio that gives guests a view to die for.
Feel like enjoying the Las Vegas sunshine? Check out the Mandalay Bay Beach with over 2700 tons of real sand on 11 acres, THEhotel guests will feel like they are getting the best of both worlds while frolicking on the beach and then resting in one of the 100 rentable cabanas.
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The Palms – The Palms Casino has become synonymous with Hugh Hefner and his Playmates. It is likely to be the most sultry hotel in Las Vegas.
Located off the strip, the Palms has themed “fantasy” suites available to rent for anywhere from $3000 to $40,000 dollars per night.
Want to party like a rock star? Get yourself invited to one of these outrageous parties and enjoy your evening in rooms themed after the Playboy Club, a bowling alley, a basketball court, a strip club and more.
The Palms has the Playboy Club Casino located at the top of the hotel and actual wading pools that hang over the edge of the hotel in the Playboy suites.
Rain in the Desert is located at the bottom of the Palms and the music and entertainment there is perfect for a company or conference party or event.
At the top of the Palms guests can enjoy the view from the Ghost Bar. Try dancing on a large sheet of plexiglass on a dance floor that hangs over the edge of the hotel and looks straight down.
There are two towers in the Palms and all of the fun stuff is located in the new one. An evening in one of the fantasy suites will be sure to be a night you will never forget.
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Caesars Palace – Discover the treasure of the Roman Empire and live like kings at Caesars Palace.
The guest rooms offer options for a variety of suites including the spa suite which has a real infinity spa tub overlooking the Las Vegas strip. There is also the Absolut® Vodka suite. This is a 1300 square foot beauty of a room inspired by the six flavors of Absolut Vodka. With 20 foot windows and a dance floor, this is an excellent place to dance the night away and celebrate ala Las Vegas style.
With over 120 shops in two extremely ritzy settings a guest can easily enjoy a shopping trip of a lifetime. With a recent addition of 175,000 square feet of shopping levels that extend out to the mall on Las Vegas Boulevard, The Forum Shops are the creme de la creme for shoppers in Las Vegas.
From contemporary French cuisine to Sushi Roku, Caesars offers some of the Las Vegas strip’s most tasty and tantalizing meals.
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