10 Best Family-Friendly Las Vegas Hotels: Winners With Parents and Kids

Taking a family-friendly trip to Las Vegas is easier than you think, and the experience starts with a great hotel. Some hotel casinos are themed in ways sure to delights kids, while others are focused on providing spacious, well-appointed guest rooms. Kid-friendly amenities at many hotels include expansive pool areas and attractions that are fun for everyone.

A hotel that's off the Strip is a great choice for a more family-friendly atmosphere, especially at non-gaming properties. At the upscale Signature, parents will find guest room features that are helpful with the kids, like kitchenettes and large seating areas. The Strip, with all its exciting attractions, restaurants, and shops, is only a short walk or cab ride 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 area 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 Excalibur, the Las Vegas hotel designed like a castle. Rooms are reasonably priced and an carnival-style midway gives kids an area with games they can play. Although there is a casino, Mom and Dad will have to find a baby-sitter since the legal age for gambling is 21.

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 property on the Las Vegas Strip that's been family-friendly since its opening. Rooms are priced to be...  Read More

It's hard to imagine a giant castle being anything other than kid-friendly, and the Excalibur Hotel Casino doesn't want to disappoint you. Budget-friendly prices are a positive point for parents, and an abundance of turrets and King Arthur...  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 a peaceful place to stay. Marriott's Grand Chateau gives guests a name they recognize and a family-friendly atmosphere. In...  Read More

The MGM is known as a really big property, but one of the benefits to being one of the world's largest hotels is that your guests have a lot of rooms to choose from. As well-appointed and comfortable as the rooms may be, most people probably...  Read More

While technically Mandalay Bay is one hotel, its position as an anchor for both the Four Seasons and Delano gives visitors a few options. Room quality and customer service are excellent throughout the property, and the fact that you can choose...  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 was on the of the first Las Vegas hotel casinos to have curb-side entertainment, and even today its signature volcano attracts an audience. The upscale Mirage offers a variety of room sizes and styles, including suites. Kid-friendly...  Read More

The Signature at MGM Grand

A compact, sleek design gives Signature's rooms an open, welcoming ambiance. A kitchenette, roomy seating area, and bedroom area give groups of travelers like families ample room to spread out in. Some suites also offer balconies, and the one-...  Read More

A hotel room that has amenities like washers, dryers, and kitchens can make a family vacation more appealing. The Platinum, a non-gaming, non-smoking property east of the Strip, was once an apartment building. Today the one- and two-bedroom...  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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