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We made a list of the best hotels in Las Vegas. Here you are going to see the best of the best. If you are seaching for luxury and great prices you got to the right place. Check out the top hotels in Las Vegas.

The Venetian

Accommodations come standard at roughly 700 square feet — downright massive in comparison to other hotels. Each suite boasts a sleeping area and a sunken living room. For a resort fee, guests also have access to two pool decks and the Canyon Ranch spa and fitness center.


Standard rooms are dappled with warm color combinations of blue and gold or green and purple (guests can open and close the curtains by pushing buttons near the bed). Higher-end rooms and suites include access to the VIP Chairman’s Lounge, which offers lender laptops, multiple daily food presentations and line-cutting passes for The Buffet. The heart of the resort is the Conservatory, where a squadron of more than two-dozen horticulturists maintain elaborate flower displays that change four times each year.


Rooms in the Wynn tower are among the swankiest on the Strip, and all accommodations in the Encore tower are suites. The resort offers intimate classes with property chefs and culinary experts teaching in restaurant kitchens. In a shopping area that opened on the property in late 2018, the first Las Vegas outpost of New York-based Cipriani has been attracting quite a crowd. Finally, golf-lovers breathed a sigh of relief toward the end of 2018 when the resort announced it would reopen the on-site, 130-acre Wynn Golf Club later this year.

The Cosmopolitan

Located on the Strip just south of the Bellagio, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is one of Sin City’s more modern luxury hotels. Rooms are comfortable yet contemporary, thanks to a palette of cool blues and bright whites. Accommodations also house plenty of luxe amenities like spacious, marble-floored bathrooms and separate seating areas. Plus these are some of the only accommodations in Vegas that offer the option of a balcony or terrace

Waldorf Astoria

Nestled in the heart of the Strip, this member of the Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas doesn’t feature a casino on the property. And with only 389 guest rooms and suites, this hotel is practically a boutique compared to the Strip’s monumental towers. But guests love the Waldorf Astoria’s quiet and classy atmosphere and they don’t mind leaving the hotel to hit the slots. The spacious rooms are particularly popular, filled with features like flat-screen TVs, soaking tubs and separate showers, and the design aesthetic highlights sleek and subtle touches.

Trump International Hotel

The Trump International Hotel Las Vegas is a non-casino option for Las Vegas travelers. And although some recent guests don’t love its off-Strip location and lack of gaming, Trump International Hotel does have a complimentary shuttle that runs to the Wynn and Caesars Palace. All units come with a kitchenette, and this Trump hotel is kid- and dog-friendly, too: The Trump Kids program grants children access to the concierge for books, toys and movies, while the Trump Pets program provides dog-walking services as well as beds, toys and a special in-room menu for four-legged travelers.

Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace is the ultimate choice in ridiculously campy Las Vegas kitsch – and travelers love it. The hotel’s theme is ripped straight from the Julius Caesar’s Rome, with columns, marble gods and goddesses, plus a toga-clad wait staff serving cocktails on the casino floor. And it’s not lacking in entertainment options either: Guests love the sprawling casino floor and the hundreds of designer outlets found at the Forum Shops, plus the plethora of dining venues.

Red Rock

Although the Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa is about a 30-minute drive from the Strip, it’s still a good bet for travelers who want to gamble in a quieter, more laid-back atmosphere. The enormous 87,000-square-foot casino is airy and open, echoing the resort’s design elements of natural wood, stonework and warm, amber-hued light fixtures. Recent guests loved the rooms, listing the Egyptian cotton linens, iPod docks and spacious bathrooms with soaking bathtubs as favorite features.

Green Valley Ranch

A local favorite, Green Valley Ranch is an off-Strip resort that revels in its quieter atmosphere. Travelers love the on-site restaurants like Hank’s Fine Steaks and Tides Seafood & Sushi Bar, and give high praise to the approachable and friendly staff members. Despite the picturesque vineyards and Italianate architecture, the hotel still provides a Sin City vibe.

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