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Best Overall: Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas — See Rates at TripAdvisor
"This elegant hotel is non-gaming and smoke-free, creating a rare atmosphere of serenity."
Best Budget: The Carriage House — See Rates at TripAdvisor
"Situated a block from The Strip...The Carriage House offers all the excitement of a city center location for a fraction of the price."
"City view rooms and suites offer striking urban skyline vistas—but it’s the fountain view rooms that make this hotel special."
"It stands out from other Vegas five-star hotels for its flawless service and unique sense of tranquility."
Best for Romance: The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino — See Rates at TripAdvisor
"Book an in-suite couple’s massage or spend the day soaking up the sunshine on The Palazzo Pool Deck."
Best Boutique: Skylofts at MGM Grand — See Rates at TripAdvisor
"51 suites spread out over the hotel’s top two floors—offering you an intimate experience within walking distance of The Strip."
Best for Families: Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa — See Rates at TripAdvisor
"The resort is a haven for family fun. Enjoy an evening at the movies or an outing to the bowling alley."
"Each suite includes a spacious living area and writing desk, in addition to complimentary high-speed Internet and premium cable TV."
Best Overall: Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas
Located directly on The Strip, the five-star Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas is rated on TripAdvisor as the city’s top accommodation choice. This elegant hotel is non-gaming and smoke-free, creating a rare atmosphere of serenity. Contemporary rooms and suites offer stunning views of the city, The Strip and the mountains. You’ll benefit from premium bedding, designer toiletries and high-speed Internet; while luxury suites offer high-end amenities ranging from in-room fitness areas to sprawling living and dining rooms.
Sample fine French cuisine at Twist by Pierre Gagnaire—or fall in love with breathtaking views and inventive cocktails at SkyBar on the 23rd floor. The two-level spa boasts no fewer than 16 treatment rooms (including romantic couples’ suites), while the pool deck has two lap pools, two Jacuzzis and a plunge pool. If you’re hoping to get married in Vegas, consider the hotel’s stunning ballroom. With an outdoor patio and floor-to-ceiling windows, it’s one of the most sought-after venues in the city.
Best Budget: The Carriage House
Situated a block from The Strip near Planet Hollywood and MGM Grand, The Carriage House offers all the excitement of a city center location for a fraction of the price. The rooms and suites at this property are spacious and clean. A fully equipped kitchen or kitchenette allows you to keep the costs down by cooking for yourself, while complimentary add-ons include Wi-Fi and parking. If you’re traveling with family or friends, the double rooms are designed to sleep four comfortably.
There’s a heated pool and whirlpool for relaxing in between adventures, as well as a fitness room for those that like to work out on vacation. In the lobby, you’ll find two computers and a color printer, which you can use to print boarding passes and reservations at no extra cost. Other handy amenities include free Wi-Fi and complimentary parking.
Best Views: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Autograph Collection
Located next door to the Bellagio at the heart of The Strip, The Cosmopolitan is ideally placed for those in search of unparalleled Vegas views. City view rooms and suites offer striking urban skyline vistas, but it’s the fountain view rooms that make this hotel special.
From the latter, you can watch the Bellagio’s spectacular light-and-music fountain show from your own private terrace, scheduled every 15 minutes from 8 p.m. to midnight. Magnificent panoramas aside, The Cosmopolitan offers casino gaming, a rooftop pool, and an eclectic selection of bars and restaurants.
Best Luxury: Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
Located on the top five floors of the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino at the southern end of The Strip, the Four Seasons enjoys an elevated position away from the city rumpus. It stands out from other Vegas five-star hotels for its flawless service and unique sense of tranquility. It’s the perfect choice for those in search of a quieter (yet unequivocally luxurious) Vegas experience.
Stunning Art Deco rooms and suites include thick terry bathrobes, a private bar, decadent bedding and a marble bath. The Presidential Strip-View Suite boasts floor-to-ceiling Vegas vistas and a living room designed for entertaining. There’s a spa, a palm-fringed pool deck and two exquisite restaurants. You can also enjoy direct access to Mandalay Bay facilities and more than 20 restaurants.
Best for Romance: The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino
The Palazzo effortlessly sets the scene for your romantic getaway with a soaring façade and cathedral-ceiling in the lobby. The suites here are the most spacious in the city—and even the standard option offers an oversized King bed, a marble bathroom with a tub big enough for two and an elegant sunken living room. A dining table lets you enjoy intimate candlelit meals in the privacy of your own room.
Book an in-suite couple’s massage or spend the day soaking up the sunshine on The Palazzo Pool Deck. The resort itself is a fantasyland of gaming, shopping, and bar dining options. Recreate the romance of Venice with a private gondola ride at sister hotel The Venetian.
Best Boutique: Skylofts at MGM Grand
MGM Grand Las Vegas is one of the largest hotels by number of rooms in the United States. However, its five-star Skylofts boutique comprises just 51 suites spread out over the hotel’s top two floors - offering you an intimate experience within walking distance of The Strip. Whether you opt for one, two or three bedrooms, the Skylofts are state-of-the-art urban apartments decked out in stylish neutral tones. Expect first-class amenities, including a 24-hour butler service, an infinity edge spa tub and Bang and Olufsen® entertainment systems. Three-bedroom lofts even have their own billiards table.
Despite Skylofts’ atmosphere of refined seclusion, the amenities of the MGM Grand are an elevator ride away. These include a staggering array of restaurants and bars (from Food Court takeaway joints to three Michelin-starred French restaurant Joël Robuchon). The casino and world-famous Hakkasan nightclub cater to your after-hours entertainment.
Best for Families: Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa
Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa is located near the Red Rock National Conservation Area, allowing you to add outdoor bonding time to your Vegas itinerary. It’s a 20-minute drive from The Strip and therefore relatively quiet—although the on-site casino still offers plenty of gambling fun. The hotel suites provide ample space and family-friendly amenities ranging from dining tables for four to HD TVs and high-speed Internet.
The resort is a haven for family fun. Enjoy an evening at the movies or an outing to the bowling alley. The wading pool is shallow enough for little ones, while Kids Quest offers babysitting services and fun activities designed to keep your children entertained while you enjoy a quiet moment at the spa. With a wide variety of restaurants on-site, even the pickiest eaters will find something to their taste.
Best Business: Springhill Suites Las Vegas Convention Center
The three-star Springhill Suites is located a five-minute drive from Las Vegas Convention Center, and it's just a 15-minute drive from McCarran International Airport. Each suite includes a spacious living area and writing desk, in addition to complimentary high-speed Internet and premium cable TV. Host a corporate event in one of nine meeting rooms or work on a project in the full-service business center.
When you’re not working, unwind by the pool or keep fit in the hotel gym. Palettes Gallery & Bistro serves a complimentary hot breakfast buffet and happy hour drink specials after a long day. Hotel rates include free on-site parking.