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Book your next stay at one of these hotels—they're the best in Las Vegas.

No. 5 Bellagio

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This Mid-Strip extravaganza makes a big impression with its palatial 55,000-square-foot spa, 14 restaurants, botanical gardens, and dancing fountains. The botanical gardens—complete with exotic plants—are open at all times. Request the cypress suite for views of the lake and fountains, and a pop-up TV.

Bellagio, Las Vegas

Best Hotels in Las Vegas

No. 5 Bellagio

This Mid-Strip extravaganza makes a big impression with its palatial 55,000-square-foot spa, 14 restaurants, botanical gardens, and dancing fountains. The botanical gardens—complete with exotic plants—are open at all times. Request the cypress suite for views of the lake and fountains, and a pop-up TV.

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Best Hotels in Las Vegas

True to its reputation as a party destination, Las Vegas is a traveler's playground, where the hotels are often the hottest places to see and be seen, thanks to the proliferation of rooftop pool cabanas and celebrity-chef restaurants.

But the hotel scene can accommodate plenty of travel styles. On any given visit, you could stay at the trendiest new casino resort with thousands of rooms, or check into a more low-key, casino-free hotel at the south end of the Strip.

Put the odds of a great stay in your favor by consulting this indispensable guide to the best Las Vegas hotels, as selected by readers in our annual World's Best Awards survey.

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