The 4 Greatest Luxury Hotels in Las Vegas
There is no shortage of luxury hotels in Las Vegas, but there are some that stand out more than others.
When talking about a city like Las Vegas, it’s impossible not to think of the luxurious conditions you’ll find. From one end of the strip to the other, a range of resorts offer opulence and comfort; but which ones should you consider among the crowd of many?
Here to make your decision that much easier is our list of four of the greatest luxury hotels in Las Vegas. These strip-based joints are the best of the best, offering high-end amenities with accommodations you’ll be hard-pressed to find anywhere else.
1. Caesar’s Palace
Like a certified blast from the past, Caesar’s Palace mixes the beauty of ancient Greece with the luxury of a Las Vegas resort. The moment you step into the hotel check-in, a room of marble and ornate fixtures greet you. You know right away that the room you’re about to walk into will be high-end - and you'll be right!
Before you even get into your room, you’ll want to know what you’re in for within the rest of the resort. Caesar’s Palace has one of the nicest gambling floors on the strip that connects to the Forum Shops, an underground mall that also features some truly beautiful statues, an aquarium and cute statue show that shows the fall of Atlantis.
Caesar’s Palace’s rooms are as comfortable as a hotel room can get. Plush bedding, extravagance in the bathroom and a view of the valley that’s amazing, Caesar’s is an ideal location to stay.
2. Mandalay Bay
Mandalay Bay may be on the outskirts of the strip, but it’s arguably the most stocked resort, making it possible to never have to leave. From a slew of fine dining and casual restaurants, to plenty of entertainment, Mandalay Bay offers more than most resorts. Here is where you’ll find the most unique nightclub on the strip, with the famous headless statue of Lenin in front of a Russian restaurant.
The rooms are an impressive lot of comfortable furnishings, beautiful views and extravagance. From the simple Resort King to a Sky View Suite, you have your choice of a variety of styles and sizes. Even if you go the simple route, you’re going to experience beauty and comfort.
Accompanying the rooms and fun entertainment is Mandalay Bay’s beach pool. With sand, a wave pool and a lazy river, it’s one of the best resort pools in Las Vegas.
3. Paris Resort and Casino
Ever want to go to Paris but can’t find some extra cash? Las Vegas has the answer to your troubles in the form of a gorgeous and highly luxurious resort. The Paris spares no expense in transporting you to France, going so far as to playing French language lessons in the bathrooms.
Directly outside the Paris is the resort’s greatest feature – a mock-up of the Eiffel Tower that houses a romantic spot for viewing and an upscale French restaurant. At night, it’s lit beautifully and attracts every eye that passes by it. The view of the Fountains of Bellagio across the street is unforgettable.
On the inside of this fine resort is a collection of rooms from the standard 2-queen suite to the upscale Napoleon Suite. This heavily decorated suite brings in French inspired décor to create a unique and authentic look while ensuring you still get the same feel of luxury you expect from a Vegas hotel. Parties in need of plenty of room will love the Louis XV Suite, which features five bathrooms and two bedrooms.
4. The Mirage
The Mirage doesn’t stick to the usual Vegas style by featuring a country-based theme, but its rainforest atmosphere is definitely a great change of pace. From the display of white tigers to the Carnegie Deli, The Mirage has plenty to offer outside the hotel setting that it easily attracts attention.
On the upper floors where the guest rooms are, you realize The Mirage is well aware of what luxury should look and feel like. Expansive rooms, plush bedding, beautiful marbled bathrooms with deep soaking tubs and great views of the strip and the Vegas Valley await every guest.
From a large one-bedroom suite to an even larger two bedroom villa,, The Mirage’s accommodations are undoubtedly some of the best and most luxurious on (and off) the Vegas strip.
Choosing a great luxury hotel in Las Vegas is one of the greatest gambles you’ll ever make. The chances of losing are astronomically low.
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