Las Vegas is one of the outstanding tourist destinations in the world. People from all over the planet flock to the Nevada desert every year. Some want a relaxing holiday, while others intend to try to get rich in the numerous Vegas casinos that inhabit the area.
As it is a hot spot for tourists, Las Vegas offers many hotel options. However, not all hotels are created equal. Those looking to save some money will find some decent cheap options, but those willing to spend a little more can access some of the most luxurious hotels in the United States. Below are the best luxury hotels in Las Vegas.
Bellagio is known primarily for its fountains, which are visible from almost everywhere in the city. However, it has also become one of the most famous luxury hotels in the country. Hotel Bellagio is famous for its elegance and you won’t be disappointed if you decide to stay there while you’re in town. In the lobby you will find an art exhibition with more than 2000 handmade glass flowers. The hotel includes more than 3000 rooms on 36 floors. No luxury hotel in Vegas would be complete without a huge number of casino options, and the Bellagio is home to an upscale poker room, as well as countless slots and other casino games. Bellagio has 14 restaurants, numerous bars and even its own theater, where visitors can see a water production of Cirque du Soleil.
Caesars Palace Hotel is one of the most famous resorts on the Strip. If you’ve seen the movie Hangover, you’re certainly familiar with the place. Caesars Palace Hotel is located between bellagio and Mirage, right in the center of the action on Las Vegas Boulevard. Originally built in 1966, the Palace of the Caesars was designed to give visitors the feel of visiting the Roman Empire. The hotel has countless statues and iconography similar to what could be found in ancient Rome. It’s even bigger than the Bellagio (nearly 4,000 rooms and suites), and it has countless dining and gaming options. The crown jewel is the 4.5,000-square-foot casino poker room, which has several slot machines, video poker machines, and of course, traditional poker tables. The hotel’s main entertainment venue, the Colosseum, has hosted a number of iconic artists over the years, including Frank Sinatra, Jerry Seinfeld, Mariah Carey, Elton John, and countless others.
The Palazzo can be found opposite the Bellagio and the Palace of the Caesars. The laconic and modern design uses a bright color palette to grab the attention of viewers strolling down the main strip. The hotel has countless spacious suites (the largest in Las Vegas), and the Italian themed atmosphere is subtle romantic. Palazzo was awarded the AAA Five Diamond Award in 2009 in its first year of operation. The hotel includes 105,000 square feet of play space, as well as world-famous restaurants such as Cut, Carnevino, SushiSamba and Emeril’s Table 10.
The Four Seasons
The Four Seasons is arguably the most iconic hotel brand in the world, so it’s no surprise that their Location in Vegas ranks at the top of the list when it comes to lodging in Sin City. While the hotel is technically located on the Strip, the Four Seasons offers a little respite from the chaos and noise of Las Vegas’ main boulevard. The hotel has a separate entrance, as well as several upscale restaurants. In fact, you don’t even have to leave your hotel to have the full experience of visiting Vegas. Four Seasons offers the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas without the hustle and bustle you’ll find in other hotels.
Skylofts at MGM Grand
The MGM Grand is the most expensive and extravagant hotel you’ll find in Las Vegas. Those who are ready to fork out can take advantage of all the unique benefits offered at the boutique hotel on the top floor of the tower – Skylofts. Rooms are decorated in the style of luxurious lofts, offering a wide view of the entire city. Guests planning to stay at the Skylofts hotel are greeted by a chauffeur at Las Vegas Airport and will be taken to a separate entrance and elevator accessible only to Skyloftguests. Guestrooms have a personal butler, an espresso machine, a spa tub and more. Guests who plan to stay for a while can ask for rooms equipped with a full-service kitchen, and lighting and temperature can be controlled via a remote control. When it comes to luxury in Vegas, nothing beats Skylofts at the MGM Grand.