Hotels in Las Vegas, NV


A laser beam-topped roof you can see from space? Check. Erupting volcanoes? Check. Choreographed fountains, massive shark tanks, beaches with crashin... Read More

A laser beam-topped roof you can see from space? Check. Erupting volcanoes? Check. Choreographed fountains, massive shark tanks, beaches with crashing waves? You get the picture: Staying in hotels in Vegas is all about embracing the fantasy.

Along the Strip—the four-mile stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard—it's clear that Las Vegas hotels have engaged in an arms race of glitz over the years, from the Eiffel Tower of Paris Las Vegas to the Roman Empire at Caesars and the canals of The Venetian. Here are some of the best hotels in Las Vegas. The Cosmopolitan: With its three-story bar enclosed by a giant chandelier, this sleek Strip hotel has become, for many, the epicenter of glam Las Vegas these days, right down to its luxe buffet, the Wicked Spoon.

Caesars Palace: Open since the Rat Pack years, this Strip resort is the epitome of the over-the-top Las Vegas, with its Roman statues, bubbling fountains, and the shopper paradise of The Forum. Red Rock: Not all of Las Vegas's attractions are man-made. Off the strip, this Las Vegas hotel and casino gets you close to the Red Rock Conservation area—but you still get a casino and a spa. Mandalay Bay: Thanks to its massive beach-and-pool complex, this Strip hotel is the most popular hotel for families.

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  • Bellagio Hotel and Casino

    Most know the Bellagio for its public spaces—those fountains performing nightly, the Conservatory with its over-the-top revolving floral displays (don’t... Read More

  • Caesars Palace

    With nearly 4,000 rooms and suites and thousands of additional visitors flocking to the Forum Shops at Caesars and Colosseum, there’s very little people... Read More

  • Encore at Wynn Las Vegas

    The $2.3-billion sister property to Wynn (connected via a shopping esplanade) is smaller than its predecessor. The 2,034-suite hotel with 185,000 square... Read More

  • Four Seasons at Mandalay Bay

    Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas is a non-gaming enclave on floors 35-39 of Mandalay Bay. The recently renovated 424 guests rooms and suites underwent a... Read More

  • Hard Rock Hotel and Casino

    Known for a (hard) rocking atmosphere, musical residencies that can’t be topped, and long-running summer Sunday pool party Rehab, HRH has been fine... Read More

  • Mandalay Bay

    You could consider Mandalay Bay to be a mid-range hotel, with add-ons (Delano and Four Seasons are both connected to it) to give the whole complex a... Read More

  • MGM Grand

    The 5,000-plus-room ode to Emerald City on the south end of the Strip is massive. Home to some of the world's top chefs (Robuchon, Puck, Colicchio,... Read More

  • Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace

    Right off the casino floor in 4,000-plus-room Caesars Palace, star chef Nobu Matsuhisa opened his first hotel within what was the old Centurion Tower.... Read More

  • The Palazzo

    The 3,000-plus guest rooms in this newer wing of Venetian start at 720 square feet and are decked out with remote-controlled Roman shades and Anichini... Read More

  • Palms Casino Resort

    After a decade of entertaining celebs (and finally getting its hip factor undercut by the Cosmopolitan), the Palms changed management and underwent a ... Read More

  • Red Rock Casino Resort and Spa

    In 2006, local gaming company Station Casinos opened a resort casino in the far reaches of West Las Vegas, about 30 minutes from the Strip and on the... Read More

  • Skylofts at MGM Grand

    All of MGM’s 51 luxury, two-level Skylofts—sitting 29 floors over the Strip—have a private entrance, gallery foyers, sweeping staircases, butler... Read More

  • SLS Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

    Unlike most splashy new Vegas hotels, SLS has a past. Instead of being imploded to make way for a new construction, the former Sahara Hotel & Casino... Read More

  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

    When the Cosmopolitan opened in 2010, it made an urbane, design-forward statement that is still relevant and hasn't yet been surpassed. It lures people... Read More

  • The Cromwell

    Once the Barbary Coast and later Bill’s Gamblin’ Saloon, this prime piece of real estate facing the Bellagio fountains mysteriously stayed seedy for... Read More

  • The Venetian

    Don't let the dizzying amount of meeting and exhibition space lead you to believe that the Venetian is simply a business hotel. It has also played host... Read More

  • Wynn Las Vegas

    Among the things that bring people to Wynn: Massive sunlit atria, a team of horticulturalists to keep the thousands of flowers blooming, an incomparable... Read More

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