Escape to One of Las Vegas' 10 Best Resorts



When you think of Las Vegas resorts, you might think of large, lavish hotels on the Strip with every kind of amenity you can imagine. And while the resorts on the Strip offer guests an incredible experience, resorts off the Strip can provide a more relaxing escape.

Some off-the-Strip resorts, like the Red Rock and M Resort, offer guests modern, stylish accommodations close to hiking, biking, rock climbing and golf. You’ll find casinos, spas, great pools and a selection of restaurants in these neighborhood hotels, and the Strip is just a short drive away. Shopping and family-friendly activities are also nearby, giving guests plenty to do without venturing very far away. If you’d like to get away from the hustle and bustle of the Strip, these Las Vegas resorts will give you a wealth of things to do and first-class rooms in which to stay–and you’ll also get to enjoy a great view of the Las Vegas Strip in the distance.

If you’d rather stay on the Strip, several resorts can give you a fun-filled stay, full of so many things to do that you may have to come back a second time to do them all. The well-appointed rooms will tempt you with comfortable beds and large soaking tubs in the bathrooms. Away from the room, guests can enjoy world-class spas, entertainment, restaurants, shopping and nightclubs, not to mention the large casinos.


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The Mandalay Bay Resort's all-inclusive feeling is perfect for anyone who would rather check in and stay put. The large, comfortable rooms have wonderful views of the Strip or the Las Vegas valley. A large pool, which includes a sandy beach and...  Read More


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The J.W. Marriott Resort, located west of Las Vegas and just across the street from Angel Park Golf Course, provides a casino-free resort experience. If you're determined to gamble, the Rampart Casino is within easy walking distance. However, if...  Read More


The high-rise of the M Resort Spa Casino in Henderson can be seen for miles. It's an easy place to spot, but might not be the first place visitors think of when they want a resort experience. That's a mistake, because M caters to both local Las...  Read More




The MGM Grand is impressively large, but that's not the reason it's one of the top resorts in Las Vegas. The resort's well-appointed and stylish rooms range from a standard size accommodations (one king or two queens) to suites and penthouses....  Read More


A short drive west of the Strip, the Palms Casino Resort caters to a young, hip crowd. Two towers offer guests a choice of the standard Vegas hotel casino experience or a more exclusive suites experience, including a range of imaginatively...  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 from the Strip. GVR comes with all the things you'd normally find at a Las Vegas resort: comfortable and well...  Read More




The Red Rock Resort gets its name from its close location to Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, and the design of the property is a complementary combination of fountains and stone. The rooms are large and modern, and guests can choose...  Read More


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Meet Terrisa Meeks

Terrisa Meeks is a native born, life-long resident of Las Vegas. She became a traveler long before she could walk. Terrisa has traveled throughout the United States, from Maine to Hawaii, but...  More About Terrisa

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