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Indulge yourself with a stay at one of Las Vegas' best hotels



When you’re planning a get-away to Las Vegas, you have a lot of great hotels to consider. Las Vegas’ best hotels offer amenity-filled rooms designed to pamper you at every turn. With plush beds, fine linens, luxurious bathrooms and every conceivable convenience, Las Vegas’ best hotels make their rooms so inviting that you won’t want to leave.

Las Vegas hotels are always looking for new ways to make their guests comfortable. Increasingly, that means a quieter ambiance with no smoking and no gaming, like you’ll find at the Waldorf Astoria. Guests may feel like they’re not even on the Strip at this high-end hotel, although all the action on the Strip is just steps away.

For a more traditional Las Vegas experience, you may want to opt for one of the Strip’s well-known hotels, like the iconic Bellagio or Wynn. These upscale hotels offer beautiful rooms, a host of on-site amenities and plenty of Instagram-worthy photo opportunities.

Off the Strip, visitors can find quieter hotels that offer more family-friendly accommodations. Green Valley Ranch Resort and Spa and Red Rock Casino Resort and Spa offer well-appointed rooms, acclaimed restaurants, loads of shopping and an abundance of nearby nature-based and kid-friendly activities.

Regardless of the hotel you choose, all of Las Vegas’ best hotels are committed to providing their guests with a memorable stay. Scroll down to read more about the 10 best hotels in Las Vegas.


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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 upscale resort offers both a casino and is close to activities you can do with the family, like hiking or biking in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, shopping or visiting nearby parks. The hotel also has movie theaters, a bowling alley and a pool. Standard rooms sleep four and suites are available. A surplus of nearby restaurants gives families plenty of options for pizza, burgers and beyond. The new Downtown Summerlin mixed-use complex is right next door, and offers a large shopping mall and several places to eat, including fast casual options.

Recommended for Best Hotels because: Guests will find well-appointed rooms and a wide range of nearby family-friendly things to do at Red Rock Casino Resort and Spa.

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Circa is one of Las Vegas' newest hotel casinos, and it when it opened in 2020 it was the first brand-new hotel in Downtown Las Vegas in 40 years. Circa is visible for miles away since it's now tallest high-rise in downtown. Standard rooms feature king size beds, even in double rooms. A variety of suites are also available. All rooms are stylishly decorated, spacious and have a mini-fridge, walk-in shower, clothing steamer and in-room tablets. Circa's onsite amenities include restaurants, a large casino and what Circa says is the world's largest sports book. Their innovative Stadium Swim offers guests a pool complex that's heated year-round and features a 40-foot tall high-def screen. Circa also is restricted to adults 21+, so it's ideal for those who prefer an adults-only environment. If you like modern, well-appointed hotels with loads of amenities, Circa might be the place for you.

Recommended for Best Hotels because: Circa in Downtown Las Vegas is a posh, new hotel that's loaded with fun features and upscale amenities.

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The Green Valley Ranch Resort (commonly referred to as GVR) isn't actually in Las Vegas, technically. 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-designed rooms, a great pool, casino, restaurants, a spa and entertainment, but it's not as crowded or as busy as a hotel located on the Strip. Right next door to GVR, shoppers can stroll through The District, a mixed-use shopping plaza with retailers like Williams-Sonoma, REI and Lululemon, along with a large selection of restaurants. You're a short drive away from Lake Mead and Hoover Dam, making it a good choice if you're planning excursions in those areas. If you're traveling with the family, GVR is a more kid-friendly hotel than what's typically found on the Strip.

Recommended for Best Hotels because: Located off the Strip in Henderson, Green Valley Ranch Resort offers well-appointed rooms, a casino, restaurants and plenty of nearby attractions and activities.

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Delano Las Vegas
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The sleek, sophisticated Delano offers guests a calming atmosphere and spacious rooms. All guestrooms are suite-style, with separate living and bedroom areas, a spa-like bathroom and a half-bath for the sitting area. The large rooms and calm ambiance are a plus for guests who would like a little peacefulness while they're in Vegas. A light, neutral color palette in the rooms features plenty of white and gold, and the basic king and queen suites offer a roomy 725 square feet. These queen suites feature two queen beds and can sleep up to four guests, while the king suites have one king-sized bed and can accommodate up to three. A separate living room can seat up to five people. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide sweeping views of the city. Guests enjoy use of all the facilities, including the pool, at the adjacent Mandalay Bay.

Recommended for Best Hotels because: Delano's tastefully decorated, spacious suite-style rooms and upscale amenities make it one of the Strip's best hotels.

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Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas
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The Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas brings a refined sensibility to the Strip. You won't find a casino here, but you will find exceptional customer service and world-class accommodations. The peaceful design creates a serene ambiance throughout the hotel. Rooms feature a calming neutral color scheme and extras like large soaking tubs. Some guest rooms have a glass-walled bathroom, an elegant feature although slightly less private than some may prefer. This hotel was formerly the Mandarin Oriental, and a property-wide refresh is in the works. Current amenities include restaurants, Skybar lounge, a full-service spa with salon services, pool and fitness center. The hotel's location in the CityCenter area puts it right in the heart of the busiest part of the Strip, but the property's tranquil atmosphere offers guests a respite to the surrounding hustle and bustle.

Recommended for Best Hotels because: The Waldorf Astoria provides an exceptional non-gaming, non-smoking hotel experience on the Las Vegas Strip.

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Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
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The private entrance to the Four Seasons Las Vegas is sheltered from the Strip, which gives the hotel an exclusive, hidden feeling. The rooms are located on the upper floors of Mandalay Bay, in a "hotel within a hotel" design. Plush elegance is the standard for the rooms, which offer distinctive interior design, luxurious features, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Guests have easy access to all of Mandalay Bay, including the casino, the pool, and the shops and restaurants, while the Four Seasons also has its own restaurants, spa, and fitness center. The roomy accommodations and the hotel's slightly off-Strip feeling make it popular for families and anyone who wants to have a quieter stay in Las Vegas.

Recommended for Best Hotels because: The Four Seasons Las Vegas lives up to its reputation as an exclusive destination for the discriminating traveler.

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The Palazzo Resort Hotel & Casino
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While the Palazzo's elegant style is definitely Old World, the hotel's rooms have all the modern features you can imagine. Spacious suites include a plush sitting area, a desk area, and large bathroom with a Roman tub. The suites provide upscale features throughout, from Egyptian cotton linens to the varieties of pillows. The combined areas of The Palazzo and its sister property, The Venetian, make the entire resort complex one of the largest hotels in the world. Guests can enjoy the plentiful shopping options, the Canyon Ranch Spa, various shows and an array of restaurants and clubs. One of Strip's larger convention centers is also located on the grounds.

Recommended for Best Hotels because: The Palazzo offers guests large, suite-style rooms and noteworthy shopping, entertainment and dining options.

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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has attracted plenty of well-deserved attention since the day it opened. You'll find a sophisticated, hip style throughout the hotel, from the restaurants to the entertainment. Some rooms have a unique feature for Las Vegas: terraces. Several types of guest rooms are available, many of them suite-style rooms featuring kitchenettes and terraces that provide an incredible view of the Strip. The beautifully decorated, well-appointed rooms are modern with great design features. The Cosmopolitan's location is ideal, situated right in the heart of the Strip. If you're planning to stay here, check ahead to see what concerts and acts are playing since it's well-known as a venue for the biggest names in music.

Recommended for Best Hotels because: At The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, guests will find a trendy, high-end hotel filled with distinctive amenities.

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Bellagio
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The Bellagio's fountains are its signature feature, but the hotel's rooms and suites are the true attraction for travelers. In addition to the usual upscale extras you'd expect, you'll also find organic carpet and furnishings made from eucalyptus, known for its sustainability. The elegant rooms offer guests a beautiful design, posh amenities and all the comforts a person could want. Bellagio was a ground-breaking hotel when it opened, and today enjoys status as a Vegas classic. On-site features include shopping, wonderful restaurants, shows and popular nightclubs. Italy's Lake Como inspired the Bellagio's design, and to good effect since it's one of the Strip's most photogenic hotels.

Recommended for Best Hotels because: The Bellagio is one of Las Vegas' most recognizable hotels, and it offers a memorable luxury experience.

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Wynn Las Vegas
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Wynn is one of Las Vegas' most upscale properties, and it's been attracting awards and accolades since opening. Spacious, light-filled rooms have a crisp, classic design and offer a host of luxurious extras. Floor-to-ceiling windows in all the rooms give guests incredible views of the Strip and the Las Vegas valley. If you're looking for a more exclusive experience, guests staying in the Tower Suites enjoy a private entrance, a concierge, turn-down service and twice-daily housekeeping. Onsite amenities include several restaurants, a spa, casino and entertainment. The Wynn was built on the site of the former Desert Inn Hotel, one of the Strip's most well-known resorts in its early days. Much of the mature landscaping and golf course was salvaged from the old D.I., giving the Wynn an oasis-like look and feel.

Recommended for Best Hotels because: Offering unparalleled accommodations and service, Wynn Las Vegas has received numerous awards and accolades as one of the city's best hotels.

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