Wynn's spacious, light-filled rooms have a invitingly crisp, classic design. From standard rooms up to the largest suites, the floor-to-ceiling windows give guests great 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, twice-daily housekeeping, and no resort fees. Onsite amenities include several restaurants, a spa, the casino, and entertainment. The Wynn was built on the site of the former Desert Inn Hotel, one of the Strip's well-known resorts in its early days. Much of the mature landscaping was salvaged from the old D.I., giving the Wynn an oasis-like look and feel.
Nobu Hotel, inside Caesars Palace, offers a refreshing bit of Zen in the middle of busy Caesars Palace. It's one of the Strip's "hotel within a hotel" properties, but stands out for its connection to the Nobu Restaurant at Caesars (which supplies the hotel's in-room dining). Standard guest rooms come with either a king or two queen beds, and suites are available also. All have oversized bathrooms, superior grade toiletries and Italian linens. Tastefully designed with an Asian influence, these rooms were all completely renovated when Nobu was created from one of Caesars Palace's towers. Nobu guests enjoy a host of perks and VIP treatments, including a separate check-in, complimentary coffee and tea service from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Vdara at City Center is a non-smoking, non-gaming, all-suites hotel. Many rooms offer gorgeous views of the Strip, giving couples the perfect backdrop for an evening of staying in. The smallest suite is fully outfitted with superior amenities throughout, and the kitchenette includes a two-burner cook top and a table that seats two. Some of the larger rooms have a washer and dryer. Vdara is also dog friendly, if you happen to be traveling with your four-legged best buddy. A spa and salon are onsite, as well as a small market and 24-hour in-room dining. Nearby, you'll find a wealth of restaurants, shopping, and shows.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is a ritzy hotel and casino with a romantic, sexy vibe, from its centerpiece chandelier (which envelopes a three-story bar) to the artwork found throughout the hotel. Several types of guest rooms are available, many of them suite-style rooms with terraces offering incredible views of the Strip--an unusual feature in Las Vegas hotels. The beautifully decorated, well-appointed rooms are stylishly contemporary with a peaceful color palette. The Cosmopolitan's location is ideal, situated right in the heart of the Strip, making it a great place to stay if you'd like to be in the thick of things. Check ahead for a schedule of events since the property attracts big names and events on a regular basis.
Located close to the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and within walking distance of the Downtown Summerlin shopping district, the Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa offers couples all the ingredients for a romantic stay. Standard guest rooms are comfortably sized and include a large bathroom with a deep soaking tub and offer either a view of the Strip or of beautiful Red Rock Canyon. The Las Vegas Strip is short ride away, but the oasis-like atmosphere at the Red Rock feels like you might be in Palm Springs instead of Las Vegas. Nearby Red Rock Canyon is full of sight-seeing, hiking and picnicking opportunities, and the hotel has a casino, several restaurants, a spa, movie theaters and a bowling alley.
The non-gaming Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas gives guests a romantic hotel with first-class amenities and rooms. The guest rooms are well appointed and many rooms offer striking views of the Strip. The bathrooms are enclosed with sheer, frosted glass panels and are stocked with luxury bath products, inviting an indulgently long soak. The spa, on-site dining options and delectable room service are sure to delight couples looking for a romantic getaway. SkyBar on the 23rd floor is the perfect place to toast to the night ahead with its walls of floor-to-ceiling windows offering unparalleled views of the Strip. For an unforgettable meal, make reservations at Twist.
The Palms Casino Resort has been a trend-setter since it opened and a property-wide renovation in 2018 gave it a fresh, stylish new look. Just a short drive west of the Strip, Palms offers three towers, each with its own distinctive style. The Fantasy Tower is full of imaginatively decorated suites, while Palms Place is a more serene experience and the Ivory Tower sets new standards for hipness. The line-up of notable new restaurants at the Palms includes the exclusive Scotch 80 Prime steakhouse, a buzz-worthy buffet and Mabel's BBQ. The nightlife scene has also had a complete refresh here, with Apex Social Club on the 55th floor and Unknown, the casino bar with an art piece created from a shark cut into three pieces. For couples, the Palms' Drift Spa includes the sexy co-ed Hammam for some special time alone.
The romantic Bellagio takes its inspiration from Lake Como in Italy, and the resulting design is both beautiful and elegant. Often thought of as Las Vegas' premier resort, the Bellagio offers couples an unforgettable experience. Home to one of the most romantic attractions in the world, the famous Fountains of Bellagio, the hotel also has some of the Strip's most remarkable restaurants. With such an abundance of things to do and places to eat, couples can enjoy a private weekend getaway and never leave the grounds. Guestrooms and suites are designed in a tasteful, classic style and feature first-class amenities. Naturally, you'll find every type of pampering at the Bellagio, from room service to exclusive room packages with private check-in and concierge. If you want to leave a good impression on your significant other, a room at the Bellagio is a excellent way to start.
Think about romantic destinations, and invariably you'll think of Paris, France. Not surprisingly, the Las Vegas hotel inspired by the famous city of love is one of Las Vegas' most romantic resorts. Paris Las Vegas is in a central location on the Strip, and its guestrooms feature notable touches, like rich French fabrics and armoires for closets, all of which adds to the European ambiance. The resort also features replicas of noted French landmarks, including a half-size replica of the Eiffel Tower. The observation deck on the tower's 46th floor offers a breathtaking view of the city. For one of the most romantic dinners in Las Vegas, have a meal at the elegant Eiffel Tower Restaurant on the 11th floor, where the food is as memorable as the view.
The Venetian is one of the most romantic hotels in Las Vegas with an Old World theme, upscale atmosphere and spacious rooms. It oozes romance, from the gondola rides down its replica Grand Canal to the couples massage at its luxurious spa, Canyon Ranch SpaClub, which has a co-ed area for couples to enjoy. Each of The Venetian's rooms is a suite, but the hotel's premium suites are even roomier, offer great views, and come with a full range of amenities like jetted tubs and bars. The hotel's numerous restaurants give couples a wide range of choices for a romantic meal together, although The Venetian's extensive in-suite dining menu makes staying in a tempting option.