Bring the Kids to the 10 Best Family-Friendly Las Vegas Hotels



Planning a family-friendly trip to Las Vegas starts with picking the right hotel. Some hotel casinos are themed in ways sure to delights kids, while others are focused on aspects that delight parents, like spacious, well-appointed guest rooms. Kid-friendly amenities at many hotels include attractions that are fun for all ages, like elaborate pools and carnival-style games.

A hotel that's off the Strip is a great choice for a more family-friendly atmosphere, especially at properties near residential areas. At the Red Rock Resort Casino, Resort & Spa, parents will find standard guest rooms and suites, and the property is located close to parks, the Red Rock National Conservation Area, golf, shops and family-friendly restaurants. The resort also has bowling alleys and movie theaters. The Strip, with all its exciting attractions, is only a short drive away.

On the Strip, families will find hotels with pool areas that feature things like lazy rivers, wave pools, and sandy beaches. At Mandalay Bay, the amazing pool can keep the whole family happy, and the large property includes one of the Strip's most popular kid-friendly attractions, the Shark Reef Aquarium.

Budget-conscious families will find deals at the Circus Circus, the Las Vegas hotel with the Big Top theme. Rooms are reasonably priced and an carnival-style midway gives kids an area with games they can play.

Still wondering where to stay when traveling with the kids? Read on for our suggestions on the 10 best family-friendly hotels in Las Vegas.




What do you get when you combine a massive circus tent, a casino, and an indoor amusement park? That's the design of Circus-Circus, an older budget property on the Las Vegas Strip that's been family-friendly since its opening. Rooms are priced...  Read More




The Green Valley Ranch Resort (commonly referred to as GVR) isn't actually in Las Vegas--it's in Henderson, and it's just a short drive east of the Strip. GVR comes with all the things you'd normally find at a Las Vegas resort: comfortable and...  Read More




Staying just off the Strip is a great way for families to be close to all the attractions in Vegas, but still have some un-Vegasy peace and quiet. Marriott's Grand Chateau gives guests that little bit of distance, a name they recognize and a...  Read More




The MGM is known as a really big property, and one of the benefits to being one of the world's largest hotels is having a wide variety of rooms. Standard guest rooms accommodate up to four with two queen beds. Rooms designated as "Stay Well"...  Read More




Technically, Mandalay Bay is one hotel, but the large, South Pacific-themed property is also an anchor for the Four Seasons and Delano, both of which connect seamlessly to Mandalay. Room quality, amenities and customer service are excellent...  Read More




Located away from the Strip in the western part of Las Vegas, the Red Rock Resort offers families an alternative to the busy Strip. This resort offers both a casino and nearby activities you can do with the kids, like hiking or biking in Red...  Read More




The Mirage might be best-known for its volcano, but it's also an upscale hotel in the heart of the Strip. At the hotel, families can check out Sigfried and Roy's Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat, the expansive (and photo-worthy) pool and, of...  Read More




While technically located on the Strip, Hilton Grand Vacations on the Boulevard is at the quieter north end of the Strip. This non-gaming hotel offers a selection of large, comfortable rooms and suites at reasonable prices. Standard rooms...  Read More




Some of the comforts of home are essential for a successful family vacation. A hotel room with amenities like a washer, dryer and kitchen make bringing the whole family much easier. The Platinum, a non-gaming, non-smoking property east of the...  Read More


Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
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The Four Seasons Hotel, which sits on the same property as Mandalay Bay, is an upscale hotel with roomy accommodations and plenty of amenities. Technically, it's on the Strip, but its private entrance is tucked away from Las Vegas Boulevard. The...  Read More


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