United States Nevada Las Vegas Las Vegas Guide Things To Do Essentials Restaurants Nightlife Where to Stay Itineraries Events Getaways All Las Vegas Luxury Hotels in Las Vegas Most Expensive Hotels in Las Vegas By Zeke Quezada Zeke Quezada Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Twitter Zeke Quezada is a travel writer specializing in Las Vegas and the author of "Restaurants in Las Vegas: The Best for Less." TripSavvy's editorial guidelines Updated on 07/05/19 Share Pin Email Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products; you can learn more about our review process here. We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links. What is the most expensive hotel in Las Vegas? It really depends on a lot of small factors like entertainment, dining and the all important gambling issue. These hotels are the luxurious and most expensive hotels in Las Vegas however a suite in plenty of other hotels in Las Vegas can set you back just as much. These hotels are a step above the rest because they can cater to those more discerning clients. NOTE: The term luxury hotel is used differently in Las Vegas. The moniker is often placed on hotels simply because of the price of their rooms. While these resorts can cater to the needs of the high rollers who spend a lot of money on gambling they are not your typical luxury hotels. "True" luxury hotels around the world will have a level of service that is both personal and refined. Your every need is met and you tend to feel as if the hotel operates strictly to fulfill your needs. Las Vegas hotels often lack the intimate check-in settings or the personal touches in your room that help to create the luxury feeling. Valet, car service, housekeeping and the overall resort/guest relationship is far more distant than you would expect elsewhere. That does not mean that you cannot have a luxurious experience in Las Vegas it just means that it is far different. Bellagio Hotel and Casino Marco Brivio/Photographer's Choice/Getty Images Buy on Tripadvisor.com If you look out your window and see the Las Vegas Strip, the Eiffel Tower, the fountains dancing and you cannot contain yourself you know you are living large. At the Bellagio Hotel you can live real big and enjoy every moment of it. The pool area is divine, the restaurants will ruin you for every other meal in the future and the staff will impress you. The rooms could be a little bit larger for the price but are by no means small. If you want extra fancy the Bellagio Hotel is where you can get it. Must Try: Your palate should be treated to greatness and Le Cirque does just that. This is the complete dining experience. Great service, unforgettable food and the atmosphere that creates memories. Aria Sky Suites The Corner Suite at Aria Sky Suites in Las Vegas. Zeke Quezada Buy on Tripadvisor.com With is own private check-in and separate amenities the Aria Sky Suites set themselves apart from the pack in Las Vegas. The rooms are spacious and range in size from one bedroom suites to split level sky villas that rival any penthouse anywhere. Private elevators, private pool and a private lounge for your morning coffee. Luxury, discretion and elegance are all wrapped in one package. Palazzo Hotel Las Vegas Buy on Tripadvisor.com If the incredible food choices and the customer service don't compel you to stay at the Palazzo Las Vegas consider the Canyon Ranch Spa, the pool and the spacious rooms as avenues to get you a relaxing, luxurious experience. Choose the Prestige Level services and you'll be catered to from the moment you check-in right through the time you decide to head back home. Must Try: Walk to sister property Venetian Las Vegas for breakfast at Bouchon or dinner at Carnevino. Both of these spots take a meal and turn it into an event. Caesars Suites at Caesars Palace Las Vegas You get your own pool at the Anthology Suites at Caesars Palace. Zeke Quezada Buy on Tripadvisor.com These suites and villas are huge. They are opulent. They are magnificent. If you want a butler, they can get you one. You want fried chicken, they find it. Piano? Yes, they have it in the room. This is luxury on a different level. Caesars Palace Las Vegas TripSavvy / Elliot Jonch Garcia Buy on Tripadvisor.com Las Vegas is only what it is today because Caesars Palace has continued to set the standard for luxury. Sure, plenty of people give Steve Wynn credit for the major transformation but when you think of lavish hotels and a perpetual theme how can you overlook Caesars Palace. The rooms in the newer towers will spoil you and the customer service will impress you. It is not over the top luxury like you get at some of the other resorts but it is classic Las Vegas. Nobu Las Vegas Nobu Hotel Las Vegas. Buy on Tripadvisor.com Located inside Caesars Palace this boutique hotel within a hotel offers you personal service and all the excitement of a large resort. The room service is the best in Las Vegas and the rooms actually appear to be a bit different than everything else you see in Las Vegas. Spa services, pool and restaurants are all found within the Caesars Palace resort. Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas Buy on Tripadvisor.com If there is a brand that stands out for luxury it is the Mandarin brand and you will get no less at the Las Vegas hotel. Personalized service, full luxury hotel attention and accommodations that are easily among the best in Las Vegas. This is Las Vegas luxury at its best. Located within CityCenter you have access to outstanding food options at Aria and shopping at Crystals. There are no gaming options at Mandarin Oriental. Vdara Hotel Buy on Tripadvisor.com This boutique hotel offers personal service and a non-gaming Las Vegas hotel environment. This hotel feels like a luxury boutique hotel with a small lobby and lobby bar as well as a toned down approach to the Las Vegas hotels. Must Try: Spend an evening at Vice Versa the lobby bar/lounge on the first level. The space is comfortable, the food is fabulous and the cocktails tempt you to savor for longer than you should. There is no need to hurry when you find the right spot and this lounge will keep you around deep into the evening. Wynn Las Vegas TripSavvy / Elliot Jonch Garcia Buy on Tripadvisor.com Luxury Hotels 4.4 Wynn Las Vegas, let me see is it expensive? The chances of finding a room at Wynn Las Vegas for less than $300 per night on a weekend were once are quite slim. It is possible these days. If you want high quality bedding, they have it, flat screen in the room and restroom , yup, right there for you to enjoy. If you are a fan of very nice towels, the Wynn Las Vegas is perfect for you. Dining options at Wynn are in such abundance you could spend every meal during your stay at a gourmet restaurant and never see the same place twice. Venetian Hotel and Casino TripSavvy / Elliot Jonch Garcia Buy on Tripadvisor.com The Venetian is the type of place that makes you feel like you have some extra cash in your pockets. The rooms are huge, the casino is very airy and the shopping, entertainment and dining options are truly top notch. It will cost you a little more to stay here but you might not leave, ever. The rooms are also larger and far better decorated than most in Las Vegas Encore at Wynn Las Vegas Buy on Tripadvisor.com Go for the food options and then stay for the nightlife and then experience the best spa treatment ever. Customer service is beyond belief, the rooms are appointed well and the boutique feel of the hotel are a huge plus. Spend and afternoon at Encore Beach Club and an evening at XS and you'll see what Las Vegas is all about. Aria Hotel and Casino Buy on Tripadvisor.com Set amidst all the action of CityCenter Las Vegas Aria Hotel has some of the best restaurants in town, an impressive art collection and a great location within walking distance to everything you want to see. The rooms are bigger than most in Las Vegas and feature the latest in technology to make your stay as personal as possible. The spa is impressive and the pool will have you worshiping the sun longer all afternoon. Was this page helpful? Thanks for letting us know! Share Pin Email Tell us why! Submit Continue to 5 of 12 below. Continue to 9 of 12 below.