Top Five Star Hotels In Las Vegas – As well as being the speed wedding capital of the world, Las Vegas is home to some of the most famous – and infamous – hotels on earth that can only be enjoyed in a place nicknamed Sin City. Stay on the Strip for high-octane glitz and glamor where a double dose of extravagance is the order of the day; Think lavish casinos, spectacular shows, award-winning cuisine and lavish pool parties. Or stay in downtown Vegas for a more relaxed atmosphere and take in the classic Las Vegas attractions. Read on to discover some of our favorite luxury hotels in Las Vegas.
Watch the bright lights of the Strip from your suite at this sleek 88-bedroom high-rise hotel. ARIA’s lobby boasts a dramatic water feature covering the walls, modern art and an impressive atrium. Explore further around the building and you’ll find yourself in a spa with sauna beds made using Japanese stone, three pools surrounded by cabanas, a casino (of course), a night club and an excellent art collection. You have countless options when it comes to dining, or you can take the free tram to one of the other main resorts on this most famous street.
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It is a castle by name and a castle by design. With a whopping 3,025 bedrooms set across the building’s 50 floors, its size is matched by its wealth of dining options — more than 30, from steakhouses to Italian, Japanese-Brazilian fusion cuisine, French cuisine and seafood. The Palazzo’s drinking holes include the LAVO Lounge and Pool Deck, set alongside seven swimming and lounge pools. You can enjoy access to four hot tubs, private poolside cabanas, landscaped gardens, a casino and Grand Canal shops. And for health and wellness, you have the Canyon Ranch® Spa for aqua thermal treatments, as well as sessions on the 40-foot rock climbing wall.
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Encore is the newer, sister property Wynn Las Vegas, found on a slightly quieter end of The Strip, ideal for those who need a little respite from the bright lights. It’s also a bit more sophisticated, with better art and foliage, but should be as grand as a Sin City hotel. The main hub of Vegas is a ten-minute walk away, but with an array of in-house theaters, casinos, spas, salons and restaurants, you certainly won’t go hungry or bored. All of its bedrooms are suites, with Asian and Middle Eastern decorative accents overlaying timeless Nevada luxury.
Found atop one of The Strip’s most prestigious hotels with access to its amenities, the Forbes Five-Star Awarded Skylofts have some of the best views in the city. Between one and three bedrooms, each loft has its own Bvlgari bath facilities, Nespresso machine, immersion steam shower and infinity edge spa tub as standard. Your wish is at the command of the staff, with a dedicated concierge and 24-hour personal butler service. This is a great option if you are hosting a private party; You’ll have your own bar and mixologist in-suite, or you can get exclusive access to the lobby, which doubles as a SkyLunge.
Wynn Resorts has more Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Awards than any other independent hotel company in the world and their Vegas casino resort has everything you need for the perfect vacation under one roof. It is every gambler’s dream. You can soak up the sun from a cabana while playing blackjack in one of its oasis-style pools, or head to the in-house casino for 1800 slots and 26 poker tables. You’ll also find a large spa, high-end designer boutiques, a nightclub, restaurants, cafes, buffets and suites boasting great views. This hotel is popular among couples looking for a high octane fun trip.
Perhaps the most recognizable hotel in Vegas with its epic fountain frontage, this MGM Resorts International property is an excellent choice for experiencing the glitz of Vegas for the first time. It has featured in blockbuster movies including Ocean’s 11 and Ocean’s 13 – and made global news in 2018 when life imitated art during a high-profile multi-million dollar heist. The Bellagio, with its grand Italian villa design, has 3950 rooms and does everything on a grand scale. Features include a divine spa, art gallery, botanic garden, Cirque Du Soleil show, multiple dining options, a 2000-slot casino, an eight-acre lake, five patio pools, in-suite whirlpool tubs and electric curtains.
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This internationally renowned brand often appears on our ‘Best Hotels’ lists. And it’s a great option for those who don’t want to stay in a hotel-casino. Here you can avoid the tables, but with the benefit of full access to Mandalay Bay Resort’s facilities. The 424-room resort is bijou by Vegas standards, with glamorous art deco interiors and architectural design by Cly Juba. The Four Seasons sits on the southern end of the Strip and offers a tranquil spa, two restaurants, two pools, a fitness suite and meeting rooms.
Themed hotels are the highlight of this 24-hour city, and they don’t get much better than this. As the name suggests, The Venetian, owned by the Las Vegas Sands Group, is designed with all the romanticism of Renaissance Italy in mind. The complex opened in 1999 with a flourish of white doves and is the second largest hotel in the world. Its two towers feature 4,049 rooms, a 120,000-square-foot casino, a spa, top restaurants, live shows and recreated Venetian landmarks. Suites are roughly twice the size of an average Las Vegas hotel room, and the hotel also features a replica canal with motorized gondolas. Staying here makes you feel like you experience two cities in one.
Nobu is part of the landmark Caesar’s Palace but has a very different atmosphere. The style is traditional and contemporary Japanese-inspired with exotic suites including The Sek and The Hakone. Celebrated chef Nobu Matsuhisa offers a taste of Japanese cuisine at Nobu Restaurant & Lounge. It’s a quieter option with just 182 rooms and is located several minutes’ walk from the main strip – making it popular with celebrities who prefer to stay close to attractions, but away from the tourist-driven hustle and bustle. A highlight is the rooftop villa with bar, Zen garden and hot tub that offers a bird’s-eye view of the neon-drenched action.
Formerly the Mandarin Oriental, the hotel was recently rebranded as the Waldorf Astoria and is another non-gaming hotel option. You won’t find the casual buffet-style dining that is usually ubiquitous in Vegas. Instead, it’s all about refined elegance and sophisticated experiences with Michelin-starred French haute cuisine, a loose-leaf tea lounge, Zen kitchen, full-service spa, yoga classes, 392 sleek rooms and 225 condos. Located in the middle of the Strip, it boasts three palm-lined pools – rent a cabana for your own supply of flat-screen TVs, sunscreen and non-alcoholic beverages.
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Another MGM Resorts entry, this 3,209-room hotel is popular with families with its 11-acre pool area with a wave machine and huge real-sand artificial beach, as well as an on-site shark reef aquarium. For adults, there’s Spa Mandalay, Light Nightclub, House of Blues Concert Hall, Convention Center, Poolside Gaming and Mandalay Palace – a collection of boutiques and award-winning restaurants. Party seekers also love the resort, with frequent high-profile live shows and ‘beach’ concerts attracting musicians such as Snoop Dogg and Iggy Azalea.
Found in a separate building, but connected to Mandalay Bay is the Delano. It is a newcomer (formerly THEhotel), a few years older and smaller than its sister hotel, housing 1117 suites. Originally designed by Philippe Starck, the Delano is chic, artistic, contemporary and understated by Sin City standards. Dine at Rivia for renowned chef Alain Ducasse’s French and Italian-influenced cuisine and spend some time at the uber-sophisticated urban-style bathhouse spa. Active, retired military and their spouses receive discounts on Delano’s rooms, shows, restaurants and parking.
Created by Seidel Group in partnership with Make It Nice, the hotel is a great choice for summer partying and romantic spring, autumn and winter seasons. Its 293 rooms are designed by Jacques Garcia with urban East Coast interiors, echoing its New York sister property. Guests can gamble under the casino’s stunning Tiffany glass ceiling, filled with old-world glamor and acclaimed cocktails, or dine at one of the many lavish restaurants. In peak season, the pool area becomes JEMAA, with table service and top-level DJs, maintaining a relaxed atmosphere during the rest of the year.
If you prefer living in a residential, large space with all the comforts of home, The Cosmopolitan is for you. The Marriott property has a total of 3027 rooms. High-end suites offer private terraces, Strip views, unique art pieces and state-of-the-art technology, while destination cuisine comes from acclaimed chefs including Bruce and Eric Bromberg, José Andrés and Costas Spiliadis. Enjoy time at the three pools, 100,000 square foot casino, Chelsea concert venue and marquee nightclub and dayclub. The Penthouse Wellness Center – Sahara Spa, Salon and Turkish Hammam – is particularly attractive, and inspired by the exotic.