Las Vegas Hotels

Our Las Vegas hotels guide lists the best hotels in Las Vegas to help make your visit to Vegas as memorable as possible. Each of our Las Vegas hotel reviews will give you a balanced and impartial opinion and our booking engine lets you search for the cheapest Las Vegas hotel rooms from all the leading Vegas reservation sites, ensuring you find the best price.

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Las Vegas Hotel Guide

Unlike in other travel destinations, where you choose to stay in Las Vegas will be a major factor in your overall experience. Las Vegas hotels are attractions in themselves, so choosing the right atmosphere for your Sin City getaway can be the difference between a weekend to remember and a trip best forgotten.

Couples looking for romance probably won’t appreciate the youthful exuberance of Circus Circus and trying to break to the bank by staying at Wynn Encore could deflate the rest of the Vegas experience. Thankfully, there are dozens of hotels in Las Vegas and each has its own unique, thematic ambiance. Whether it’s indulgent opulence or fun in the sun, the odds are good that you can find exactly the hotel to suit your needs.

The largest, most famous and over-the-top resorts are found on the Strip, a seven-kilometre stretch of cascading lights and monuments to excess. If this is your first visit to Vegas, don’t even think about staying anywhere else. There are over 20 excellent resorts on this street, from the affordable to the exclusive. Being able to walk from casino to casino and hotel to hotel without paying for taxis is a great advantage to staying here. When you stay on the Strip, it’s easy to run back to your hotel for a rest or to drop off purchases.

The most luxurious hotels in Las Vegas are still fairly good value considering the calibre of the amenities, the attention to detail and the professional service. Those willing to splash out can bask in regal opulence at Wynn Las Vegas, the Mandarin Oriental, the Bellagio or the Palazzo, to name a few. Rooms at these mega-hotel don’t come cheap, but they are light years beyond the mid-range Strip hotels Las Vegas, where rooms run under US$200 a night.

Facilities like the Canyon Ranch Spa at Palazzo and the exclusive 18-hole golf course behind Wynn Encore are reasons why the wealthy choose these resorts. Guests can expect the best of everything, right down to the bath towels and pillowcases. However, you don’t have to stay at these resorts to use their facilities. Most of the hotels with fitness centres offer day rates to non-guests and the health spas are all à la carte. You can even use the pools at most of them by paying a reasonable day-use fee.

The top resorts like the Bellagio, the Venetian, MGM Grand and Wynn Las Vegas are home to several world-class restaurants run by renowned chefs like Joel Rubuchon and Michael Mina. Not just one but several amazing (and expensive) restaurants can be found in each of these resorts. Like most things in Vegas, they are open to the public, but be sure to make reservations weeks in advance if you want to dine at any of the hot spots.

The bulk of the resorts along the Strip fall in the mid-range category. Most of them offer an excellent range of facilities, such as cool swimming pools, interesting restaurants and a nice casino. While the top-end resorts shy away from having an obvious theme and put their energy into class and style, the affordable Las Vegas hotel goes over the top to create a world unto itself.

From the pirates of Treasure Island to toga-wearing bellboys at Caesar’s Palace, these quirky themes add a twist of youthful fun to the hotel Las Vegas scene. The hotels go out of their way to dress their staff in costume, decorate the interior in matching motif and build attractions to show off like the erupting volcano at Mirage.

New York New York boasts the only roller coaster on the Strip, while the Bellagio’s choreographed musical water fountains are a major crowd-pleaser. You can play with dolphins at the Mirage, watch sharks at Mandalay Bay or climb the Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas. The Tournament of Kings jousting dinner show even brings the medieval realm to your table.

There’s guaranteed to be a handful of bars and nightclubs in every resort, but the best partying hotel in Las Vegas is actually found off-Strip. The Palms and the Hard Rock are two resorts with reputations for round-the-clock parties, starting with poolside contests by day and celebrity-tinged clubbing after dark.

If the gaudy buzz of the Strip isn’t your thing, then the Downtown district may do the trick. This is the original Vegas, known as Glitter Gulch. After years spent in decline, the city has recently spruced up the area around Fremont Street, which now offers visitors an authentic Vegas vibe without nearly as much neon fluff and gawking tourists as the Strip. Older visitors and serious gamblers often prefer the Downtown core and its dozen or so old-school hotel casinos. It’s certainly an interesting neighbourhood and well worth a look.

If you plan a long stay in Vegas or can’t find a centrally-located room at a friendly price, there are a number of regular chain hotels at the far end of the Strip, in the no-man’s land between Downtown and the Strip. Head into Las Vegas proper and there are literally hundreds of plain-Jane motels to choose from.