The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is an elegant hotel with amazing restaurants, a spa, a nightclub, and swimming pools. If you're just visiting the hotel, the 75,000-square-foot (6,968-square-meter) casino will be sure to make an impression. If you stay on one of the top floors this high-rise hotel will give you a breath-taking view of the Strip. However, regardless of the floor your room is on, you'll be surrounded by luxury.
Located on the grounds of the demolished Desert Inn, this mega-resort proves that you can excel in excess. Restaurants like Lakeside, Sinatra, and Tableau offer fine dining right where you're staying. Retail shops including Chanel and Dior let you indulge in luxurious retail therapy. A casino, an 18-hole golf course, and a Ferrari dealership round out the over-the-top opulence here.
The supreme elegance of the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas, located on floors 35 to 39 of the famous Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, is nearly unrivaled in Las Vegas. After entering the ornate lobby, you are whisked to your room or suite, accessible only by private express elevators. During your stay, enjoy fine dining at the Verandah, or perhaps you might just want to stop in for high tea, served only in the authentic British style. Another highly-acclaimed choice is Charlie Palmer Steak which serves steak and seafood dishes in an atmosphere that exudes exclusivity. There is also a luxurious spa that offers top quality massages and body treatments. Overall, your stay will be a truly memorable experience.
Located at the corner of the Las Vegas Strip and East Harmon Avenue, this mid-strip luxury hotel is stylish, subdued, and serene. As part of the mega-resort complex called the City Center, the Mandarin Oriental offers several restaurants, fabulous spa pools and cabanas, but no casino. The hotel is more an experience in the vertical, with only the porte cochere and bell desk located on the ground level, and the lobby located high up on the 23rd floor. The hotel is modern, sophisticated and elegant at every turn, with public areas filled with dark and subdued hues that contrast with guest rooms, which are bathed in natural light.
Encore Tower Suites provides a luxurious getaway on the Strip. The elaborate design of the hotel houses elegant rooms and suites that come with modern amenities and a complimentary breakfast. You'll find designer shopping, seven bars, and an amazing spa here: everything you need to enjoy a Vegas vacation. Stay in the lap of luxury at Encore Tower Suites.
Aptly named, this hotel opened in 1989 on the famous Las Vegas Strip and boasts an erupting volcano, a tropical rain forest with waterfalls, the white tigers of Siegfried and Roy, and a Dolphin Habitat. Each guest room is comfortable, tastefully decorated, and offers views of the city lights or mountains. All forms of gaming are available, from high-stakes table action to slot machines.
A stay in the heart of The Strip affords a true experience of the casinos and nightlife of Las Vegas. The Cromwell is one such hotel that redefines the meaning of entertainment. It houses a rooftop club and swimming pool, a stylish nightclub, a magnificent restaurant and, of course, a casino. Guests can choose from 188 rooms with royal purple and golden decor, designer Muk bath accessories and large, flat screen televisions. The suites, albeit as costly as three hotel rooms, offer the ultimate in luxury with steam showers, large dining tables, plush sofas and pool tables. At the casino, patrons have a choice of 66 table games and 440 slot machines, while the GIADA restaurant offers a blend of Californian and Italian cuisines. Head to the in-house Drai’s Beach Club to party with the most trending DJs till 5a in the morning. This hotel mostly attracts a young and uber stylish crowd.
The Flamingo Las Vegas comprises a bright and busy gaming area, which hosts table games like Blackjack and Caribbean Stud. Both high-stakes players and the casual gamer will feel at home. The deluxe guest rooms and luxury suites are tastefully decorated in bright, vibrant colors. The accommodations are dispersed among six towers with views of The Strip or courtyards below. Dining choices at the hotel range from simple to sophisticated. Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville offers up a taste of the Caribbean as well as their signature "Cheeseburger in Paradise" and Paradise Garden Buffet features fabulous food with an equally fabulous view. Guests will also enjoy the lush (and free!) Wildlife Habitat.
If you've never been to Bally's Las Vegas before, you may remember this hotel as the place where the "Flying Elvises" landed in the Nicholas Cage movie Honeymoon in Vegas. Bally's is located on the famed Las Vegas Strip. The lovely guest rooms are large with 450 square feet space. Suites range in size from 900 to 2600 square feet. Mountain and city views, coupled with impeccable service, are included with your stay. The main casino floor extends for nearly a city block, packed with gaming opportunities for which the name "Bally" is famous. The Jubilee! in Bally's is host to an array of music and comedy shows, as well as extravagant song and dance performances that showcase lavish costumes and impressive choreography in one of the longest-running showgirl productions in Las Vegas.
Caesars Palace Hotel Casino was opened in 1966 on The Strip, and is the granddaddy of Vegas elegance. The 129,000-square-foot (11,984-square-meter) casino has the latest video and live games. You can find slot machines here that take up to USD500 tokens. There are several restaurants, including Sushi Roku, Restaurant Guy Savoy, Wolfgang Puck's Spago, and Rao's. The Laurel Collection rooms in the hotel offer extensive amenities including a private valet entrance, and direct access to the Garden of the Gods pool. You can also enjoy the Forum Shops, which offer some truly decadent shopping. The Colosseum at Caesars Palace is often the site of spectacular concerts and thrilling sporting events.
Modern, stylish and surprisingly budget friendly, the Linq Hotel offers the Vegas experience for less with a bevy of luxurious amenities. Featuring a swimming pool with 29 cabana suites, signature lobby bar, and technologically advanced guest rooms, its easy to see how this trendy hotel has quickly become a Vegas favorite. Onsite dining includes modern eateries that range from a bakery and Starbucks, to a cocktail bar and celebrity chef restaurants. Perhaps best of all, the attached shopping promenade, The Linq, offers great entertainment and shops right outside your hotel room door.
A boutique hotel within a large, luxury casino and resort, the Nobu Hotel is like a little island of tranquility among the ocean of opulence that is Caesars Palace. The first hotel by famed and beloved Chef Nobu Matsuhisa and renaissance man Robert DeNiro, the decor reflects Japanese simplicity while still incorporating a little modern design and Vegas flair. In addition to the luxurious rooms, the hotel also features the world's largest Nobu Restaurant serving the gourmet cuisine that made Nobu famous. Since it's located inside Caesars Palace, you have all the big Vegas amenities at your fingertips like the top notch casino, luxurious spa and headlining shows.