What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. And staying in Vegas is best experienced in
these places. Here are the 10 best hotels in Las Vegas.
10. Circus Circus
Circus Circus may not be the best hotel in the world, but it certainly has something
for everyone. As its name says, there are indeed circus acts for viewing, like clowns,
acrobats, trapeze artists and jugglers. It also has an amusement park called The
Adventure Dome that features rides like the Canyon Blaster, Chaos, Inverter,
Rim Runner and Sling Shot. It also has attractions for little kids like Diego’s 4D
Adventure, Dora and the SpongeBob Theater. The hotel has the Rock and Rita
Club that features live performances. It also has several restaurants and eateries,
including the award-winning The Steakhouse.
9. Mandalay Bay
Mandalay Bay covers 60 acres of property from the beach to the main hotel. Though
it is not located right on the Las Vegas Strip, it does provide a free tram to and from
the Excalibur, which then gives you access to the monorail. It boasts of probably
the best pools in Las Vegas, with each pool having its own personality. It also has
the Shark Reef, the only exhibit in the entire continent that has a predator-based
aquarium. It also has a Lazy River Ride. Boxing and UFC bouts are often held in the
hotel. It also has its own shopping mall.
8. The Mirage
The Mirage is an exotic hotel right in the middle of the desert. Its tropical landscape
features waterfalls and volcanoes, along with sharks and dolphins in massive
saltwater aquariums. It has both casual and fine dining restaurants, including
Japonais, Stack, Fin, Kokomo’s, Onda Ristorante and Samba Brazilian. For
entertainment, you can check out Cirque du Soleil’s production of Love, which
features the timeless songs of The Beatles. If blues music is your thing, head to B.B.
King’s Blues Club that features its own live music. You can also try out either the
Revolution Lounge or Jet.
7. The Cosmopolitan
The Cosmopolitan is a 54-story hotel with 3,000 rooms, 13 restaurants, five lounges
and three swimming pools. It also boasts of a high-tech casino. Restaurants in the
hotel include the Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar and Grill, China Poblano, Comme CA,
D.O.C.G., Estiatorio Milos, Holsteins, Jaleo, Overlook Grill, Scarpetta, STK, The
Henry, Va Bene Caffe and Wicked Spoon. The lounges include The Chandelier,
Book and Stage, Queue Bar, Bond and Vesper. The hotel’s pride and joy, however,
is the Marquee Night Club that boasts of an incredible sound stage and 50-foot high
6. Caesars Palace
You know you are in Caesars Palace when the people who greet and serve you are
all attired in Roman togas. The furnishings are also done similar to the Roman times
with its stone pillars, gold statues, crystals and frescoes. The rooms are designed
to make you feel like you are in the palace of the Roman emperor. Popular chefs
have restaurants in the hotel, including those of Guy Savoy, Bradley Ogden, Bobby
Flay and Wolfgang Puck. There is also the Bacchanal Buffet that features over 500
items of food from all corners of the globe. Nightlife is alive and kicking with Pure,
Cleopatra’s Barge, The Shadow Bar, Galleria Bar, Numb Bar and Frozen Cocktails
and the Sea Horse Bar.
5. MGM Grand
The MGM Grand has a casino the size of more than three football fields. It also has
a Water Park and a Lazy River. You can also watch the King of the Jungle close-
up at the Lion Zoo, a structure enclosed by glass. Entertainment cannot get much
better than the hotel’s clubs and lounges that include Studio 54, Tabu, Wet Republic,
Rouge, the West Wing Bar, Centrifuge and Zuri. There is also the Crazy Horse
Theater and even a stage specially made for the Cirque du Soleil.
Aria is a 56-story hotel noted for its use of natural lighting through its floor-to-ceiling
windows. The concept is applied throughout the hotel’s design, from the lobby to the
guest rooms and even to the casino. There are 16 different restaurants spread all
over the hotel, ensuring that guests can get a taste of practically any major cuisine in
the world. Clubs like Haze, Deuce Lounge, Gold Boutique Night Club, Bar Moderno,
View Bar, Liquid, City Bar and the Pool Bar provide the entertainment.
3. Wynn Las Vegas
No hotel can probably top Wynn Las Vegas when it comes to friendly service. The
hotel features an 18-hole golf course and a three-acre lake. Shopping cannot get
much better than the hotel’s offering of high-end brands, like Ferrari, Maserati,
Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, Oscar de la Renta, Graff, Vertu, Cartier and San
Giorgio Shoes. Clubs and lounges include Club Tryst, Blush, Encore Beach Club, XS
and Surrender. If those are still not enough, there are two more resort bars that are
open at all hours of the day and night.
The Bellagio’s fountains have become iconic structures as they have been featured
in several movies. It served as the final meeting point of George Clooney’s gang
of merry thieves in the movie Ocean’s Eleven. It also has a Gallery of Fine Arts
that can rival other full-fledged museums. There is a Botanical Garden. It is also the
home of “O,” a production from the Cirque du Soleil. There is also a Baccarat Bar
that features a piano player providing background music to baccarat players. Lest we
forget, this is Las Vegas so there is also a casino in the hotel.
1. The Venetian
The Venetian is a stunning hotel if only for its massively painted ceilings. As
the name implies, the hotel transports you to the city of Venice with its canals,
restaurants and gondola rides. The establishments in St. Mark’s Square will give you
an outdoor feeling because of the hotel’s painted skyline. There is also a Madame
Tussaud, as well as shows by The Blue Man Group, Phantom and Jersey Boys. The
V Bar is considered the best in the entire city. Pool parties are also held nightly at the
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