With stunning accommodations, glamorous casinos and unforgettable bars and restaurants, you will find it hard to step outside of your hotel once you arrive. To ensure you enjoy a superb experience from start to finish, here are the most luxurious hotels in Sin City.
SLS Las Vegas
It would be hard not to fall in love with the SLS Las Vegas, which has recently experienced a $415 renovation and is on the popular Strip. The iconic hotel has welcomed guests from all walks of life since 1952, with many world-famous celebrities walking through its doors, including Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland and the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll himself, Elvis Presley. Thanks to its recent renovation, the hotel now features its first casino as well as an atmospheric nightclub, an outdoor pool and exceptional gourmet restaurants.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Autograph Collection
The Cosmopolitan is one of the oldest luxury resorts located on the Las Vegas Strip, and its longevity is a testament to its interior design, customer service and exceptional on-site facilities.
Guests can stay in large, residential-style living spaces, which offer private terraces that allow them to enjoy stunning views of the city skyline. It also features a unique restaurant that serves delicious dishes created by world-class chefs making their debut in Sin City, such as Scott Conant, David Myers and José Andrés.
Guests who enjoy casino games also have the option to step inside the hotel’s 100,000-square-foot casino before partying the night away at the Marquee Nightclub and Dayclub.
Caption: Meet the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
The first hotel that probably springs to mind when thinking of Las Vegas is, of course, the Bellagio. It is one of the most iconic hotels in all of Sin City thanks to its beautiful fountains that attract tourists in droves.
However, its interior is as beautiful as its exterior, as exquisite European décor greets you once you step inside. Guests can also take their pick from many exceptional restaurants, such as:
- Harvest by Roy Ellamar
- FIX Restaurant & Bar
- Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge by Akira Back
- Lago by Julian Serrano
- Prime Steakhouse
You also can try your luck at the Bellagio’s renowned casino, indulge in a spot of pampering at the on-site spa and salon or arrange a Maverick Helicopters’ ride to enjoy a bird’s eye view of Vegas.
Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace
The Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace is unlike any other hotel you will find in Las Vegas. People across the world check in to experience exceptional customer service complemented by a striking Japanese interior design with contemporary touches.
Guests can also immerse themselves in sheer luxury each night by sliding into the luxe Italian bed sheets, each room meticulously designed with Feng Shui in mind by David Rockwell.
You also don’t need to go far to catch an unforgettable show, as Nobu’s The Colosseum also regularly welcomes various guests to its stage, including the likes of Jerry Seinfeld, Mariah Carey and Celine Dion, to name a few.
However, you cannot stay at the Nobu Hotel and not book a table at the world-respected Nobu restaurant, which is the perfect place to dine before or after a show. Designed for the most sophisticated palates, you can take your pick of the menu from stunning Asian and Japanese-inspired dishes, offering flavors that explode onto your tongue.
Four Seasons Las Vegas
Guests looking for a touch of tranquility away from the hustle and bustle of the Vegas should book a stay at the Four Seasons. You can relax after a busy day of sightseeing in one of the luxury boxes located high above the electric Strip, which offers breathtaking views of the boulevard and the surrounding desert.
When not breathing in the beautiful backdrop, you should make your way down to the Press lounge to enjoy a delicious cocktail or book a table at the sought-after Veranda Restaurant to experience authentic Italian cuisine.
Wynn Las Vegas & Encore
With both sister resorts offering 4,750 elegantly designed rooms to choose from, you can guarantee there is never a disappointment when booking a stay at the Wynn Las Vegas & Encore. In fact, they have earned more Forbes Travel Guide Five Star awards than any other hotel in Sin City, which is a testament to the beauty of its rooms and the standard of its customer service.
Many rooms also feature panoramic views of the city and impressive technologies, which ensure you have an unforgettable stay. If this wasn’t enough, guests can choose from 20 on-site restaurants, party at sleek nightclubs and shop until they drop at various luxury stores.
Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas
The Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas is the embodiment of sophistication and style, which ensure guests want to check into the five-star hotel each time they visit. The Asian-inspired rooms are not only comfortable and chic, but they also feature unencumbered views of both the city and desert so that you can enjoy the best of Nevada from the comfort of your hotel room.
It is also impossible not to be blown away by its distinctive bathrooms, which offer floor-to-ceiling windows. When you’re not soaking in the beauty and atmosphere of the hotel room and its mesmerizing backdrop, you can also dine at the hotel’s various gourmet fusion restaurants, such as Zen Kitchen and Twist by Pierre Gagnaire.
If you are ready to fall head over heels in love with Las Vegas, ensure you book one of the above hotels for a trip that couldn’t possibly disappoint.