Top 5 Luxury Hotels in Las Vegas
Viva Las Vegas! In this blog post, I will list my top 5 luxury hotels in Las Vegas
. The most populated city in the State of Nevada, Las Vegas wows its visitors even before they land on McCarran International Airport. The impressive architecture can be seen in the middle of the desert surrounded by mountain ranges from amidst the clouds. Known for its endless adult entertainment options, which explain its nickname, Sin City, this metropolis has to offer the best casinos, fantastic restaurants, top designer brand stores and some of the most luxurious hotels in the world. They all offer state-of-the-art casino amenities, including exclusive areas for high rollers, high limit slots, VIP casino player services, among others. This is undoubtedly the place to stay if you are looking for comfortable and luxurious hotels with great city and/or mountain views. Below is a list of my top 5 luxury hotels in Vegas. In my opinion, they are The Venetian, Caesars Palace, Aria, Bellagio, and Wynn.
As the name suggests, this hotel counts on a small-scale replica of Venice canals, where its visitors (not only guests) can go on a romantic gondola glide to make their experience at The Venetian complete. The suites at The Venetian are spacious, comfortable and luxurious, and they all feature a living room, a separate sleeping area and marble bathroom. A wide selection of restaurants, from celebrity chef to quick bite ones, is provided as well as the best casino spa offering over 150 services. A majestic casino, exciting nightclubs and a shopping area with food court by the canals are also part of this resort. The Venetian was named the "best Las Vegas hotel" by San Diego Magazine and I really agree with this award as my stay at The Venetian Las Vegas
was something unique I never experienced anywhere else.
ARIA Resort & Casino
Part of the CityCenter complex and located at the heart of the avenue where everything happens, this double tower hotel is sure to impress all passers-by. The award-winning rooms feature touch-screen controls which allow the guests to quickly customize their room, such as lighting and temperature. For a more luxurious experience, book a room at one of Aria Tower Suites and indulge yourself in class and refinement. The resort also houses a huge casino featuring the largest slot-machine floor with nearly 2,000 of them and one of the most exclusive high-limit slot rooms, 16 restaurants, five swimming pools, among other great amenities.
Its outdoor water show available for the general public has turned this luxury resort and casino into a tourist attraction. The Fountains of Bellagio are just a taste of what you can expect of this elegant hotel. The rooms are beautifully decorated and for those who want to feel like a king, the 4.075-square-feet Presidential Suite should meet their needs. Make sure to book a room overlooking the fountains to make your experience even more enjoyable. The Bellagio also counts on several fine-dining restaurants, high-end brands in its shopping area and great nightlife options, including the best casino for poker players with 40 tables and a daily tournament.
This oasis-like hotel was themed on Roman times and is a landmark on the Strip. It hosts almost 4,000 self-indulgent rooms and suites as big as 2,000 to 11,000 sq. ft. spread out in six towers, a gorgeous shopping mall called The Forum Shops, seven outdoor swimming pools and more. It is home to multiple restaurants, including Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, nightclubs, including OMNIA, and the best casino for sports betting with the convenience of having food delivered to the bettor ordered through a mobile app.
Wynn Las Vegas
Named after the company’s owner Steve Wynn, this hotel translates elegance into the 45-story skyscraper comprised of amazing rooms and suites. There are many different types of rooms and suites to choose from, including the Wynn Panoramic Corner King option, which offers spectacular panoramic views of the Strip, and the Encore Three-Bedroom Duplex, with two-story windows providing the guests with fantastic views of Sin City. This hotel has been awarded several five-star ratings and houses the Michelin-star restaurant Wing Lei whose menu is filled with delicious Chinese dishes. On top of that, a beautiful curtain waterfall behind a mountain facing the busiest avenue in Vegas, the Strip, falls into a 1,2 ha lake.
Again, this is my personal opinion about the best hotels in Las Vegas in terms of luxury and not necessarily are all of them. Sure there are a lot more, but I am listing here my top 5 based on my personal experience. Let's not forget the new property that is set to come very soon: Circa Hotel Casino Las Vegas
and many other top recognized brands in Vegas like The Palms, Encore, Trump, and many others. Las Vegas is a city for every type of tourist and this includes the city as one of the favorite destination for luxury tourism. I will be writing other posts about the luxury in Las Vegas very soon.