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    Bellagio Las Vegas

    Bellagio Las Vegas

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    206 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    I never stayed here but Bellagio is one of my favorite hotel to visit when I'm in vegas. Fountain: The famous dancing fountain that plays by the music every night, great for families and couples. Consrvatory & Botanical Gardem: My favorite thing about Vegas. They have live performance daily (5-6pm). The stunning garden displays change seasonally and during holidays. The ...

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    Venetian Resort Hotel Casino

    Venetian Resort Hotel Casino

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    205 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    This is a really cool resort. There are singing gondoliers, more shopping than you can cover in a single day, more restaurants and bars than you can hit in a week, and nightlife/entertainment forever. The Canyon Ranch Spa is excellent, and they usually have at least 5 theatrical performances on-property.

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    The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

    The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

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    139 reviews
    Excellent! - 86% of guests recommend

    Oooooh la la Vegas just got a bit sexier. While every new hotel in Vegas is getting bigger and grander, Cosmo is keeping it classy. This place is very boutique hotel feeling, more intimate and sexy. Heard the hotel was originally suppose to be private property condos, so the rooms still have the home like feel. Walking into your suite ...

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    Wynn Las Vegas

    Wynn Las Vegas

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    121 reviews
    Excellent! - 91% of guests recommend

    This hotel is pure class, and even for Vegas, they have such an attention for detail! The Wynn offers great nightlife (XS and Surrender blew me away!), beautiful pools, wonderful bars and casino floor, it's a really great destination for luxury or nightlife-loving travelers.

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    MGM Grand Hotel and Casino

    MGM Grand Hotel and Casino

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    130 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    The biggest hotel on the Strip with the most hotel rooms. Its big. And there are so many offerings on the food and nightlife side throughout the hotel. From budget conscious to luxury spending, you can do it all here inside the MGM. And with the new Hakasaan nightclub and restaurant here, they just keep adding more. Be prepared to ...

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    Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

    Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

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    124 reviews
    Good! - 75% of guests recommend

    Beautiful hotel. Very luxurious. I love all the shops they have inside and delicious restaurants. The room was modern and comfortable.

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    Paris Las Vegas Hotel

    Paris Las Vegas Hotel

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    112 reviews
    Good! - 77% of guests recommend

    Don’t think you can get out of taking your wife or girlfriend to the real Paris. That being said this is a fun little place with good restaurants, great people watching and a good size casino. It is connected to Bally’s so you can walk quite a ways without having to brave the heat of the Las Vegas Strip. Live ...

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    Aria Hotel and Casino

    Aria Hotel and Casino

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    100 reviews

    I absolutely love the Aria! Every Vegas hotel has its own claim to fame by way of amenities and decor, but the Aria takes it above and beyond in terms of trendy and modern. Instead of the marble, chandeliers, and glamorous nightclubs many other hotels offer, this one is more like walking through an amazing art museum. From tubes with ...

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    New York - New York Hotel and Casino

    New York - New York Hotel and Casino

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    113 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    New York, New York is the (obviously) New York themed hotel and resort on the Vegas Strip. It is located down near the Excalibur and features a faux NYC skyline as well as a rollercoaster than runs through the facade. It's interesting to visit, but not really very "New York-y."

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    The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino

    The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino

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    80 reviews
    Excellent! - 91% of guests recommend

    Gorgeous hotel right on the strip - the epitome of class and luxury. One of the hippest hotels on the strip with beautiful suites filled with golden decor and gorgeous views. Great place to stay with girlfriends, Significant others and even families!

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    Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino

    Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino

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    88 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    This is a great property. One great thing is the ceiling in the casino is high, meaning it cuts down on the smoke. The shopping mall attached is great as well, you can walk to the Luxor with out having to go outside, great for those days when the heat is too oppressive.

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    Encore At Wynn Las Vegas

    Encore At Wynn Las Vegas

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    70 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    If I had to use female celebrities to represent Vegas hotels, this would be it: Cosmopolitan - Megan Fox, super sexy, in your face HOT! not necessarily most intelligent, or well designed Trump Towers - Audrey Hepburn, classy, understated, simple elegance Aria - Pamela Anderson, too much of everything, and things are too big! Venetian - Kate Winslet - lots ...

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    Luxor Las Vegas

    Luxor Las Vegas

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    101 reviews

    The Luxor gets serious brownie points for being a pyramid. Nobody else has done it, and nobody else is likely ever going to do it again. I really like this property, although I have not stayed here in years.

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    The Mirage

    The Mirage

    66 reviews

    We stayed at the Mirage a few years ago for a Vegas high school reunion trip. It was really all we needed considering the location, ease of access for getting to other hotels, and we could watch the Beatles' Love right in the hotel. I love their boozy brunch as well! It's an older hotel, but still a classic that's ...

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    Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

    Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

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    68 reviews

    Pretty seedy. Saw the Britney Spears show here...meh. The scene is young, party type. Loud, crowded. Food is pretty bad here as well

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    Hard Rock Hotel and Casino

    Hard Rock Hotel and Casino

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    54 reviews
    Good! - 76% of guests recommend

    I had a lot of fun at this hotel. The pool was amazing, the clubs a lot of fun, and the lobby bar made a great first impression. Haven't been here in awhile...think that must change.

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    Excalibur Hotel & Casino

    Excalibur Hotel & Casino

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    83 reviews
    Fair - 72% of guests recommend

    The way to explain Excalibur Hotel and Casino to a person who has never been there before is; Disney-like appeal on a very low budget. The beds are not comfortable to sleep on, but I can certainly tell you if you've got a family that needs to be entertained then this is a good spot for the budget friendly. It ...

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    Treasure Island Hotel & Casino

    Treasure Island Hotel & Casino

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    61 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    We stayed in this hotel for two nights and had a great time here! Rooms are good, staff is friendly and the location is perfect. Don't forget to watch the spectacular show in front of the Hotel!

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    Vdara Hotel & Spa

    Vdara Hotel & Spa

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    38 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    Vdara was a great hotel to stay in. I love staying in casino free/smoke free hotels. This is definitely in my top three with Trump and Palms Place. When we checked in, we upgraded to a "two room suite" for $30 extra per day. The room has a king bed, a large bathroom with shower and tub, a living room ...

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    Monte Carlo Resort & Casino

    Monte Carlo Resort & Casino

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    47 reviews
    Good! - 75% of guests recommend

    A solid 3 star property that at one time was an easy 5 star. Still a good option as the dining options, casino and location are all better than average. Accommodations here are wallet friendly, but what you save will be quickly lost on the tables.

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With its bright lights, booming nightlife, and rugged, beautiful desert surroundings, Las Vegas is a well-balanced mixture of tranquility and liveliness. Visitors stream into the city from around the globe to take advantage of the world famous casinos, adult and family entertainment, fine dining and high-end shopping opportunities, while a multitude of convention and conference centers entice thousands of business travelers each year with the lure of substantial after-hours perks. As a result, Las Vegas has earned a spot near the top of the list of U.S. tourist destinations, and hotels in the city have matched the continued growth with over 124,000 individual hotel rooms to choose from and a heightened level of pampering and consideration when it comes to their guests. Prominent names like The Venetian, The Bellagio, Wynn Las Vegas and many more are renowned for their extreme hospitality, including out-of-this-world suites, superb on-site catering, extravagant events, and nightlife entertainment that rival anything you’ll find on the Strip. Of course travelers looking for a Las Vegas retreat rather than a high-energy dance party will also find any number of hotel options offering tranquil accommodations along with indulgent spa services. Also readily available at most lodging options: fitness centers, swimming pools, convenient amenities like shuttle services to McCarran International Airport, and hours of entertainment right on your hotel’s doorstep. For those who don’t want to leave their best friend at home, there’s great news: many hotels are now pet friendly! Be sure to inquire about a hotel’s pet policy before you book.

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Casinos along the Strip are the cornerstone on which Sin City’s history was built. Today’s visitors can try their luck at slot machines or tables in nearly every hotel – and even corner stores! – in town. In addition to 24-hour gambling, Las Vegas's hotels and casinos also offer live entertainment including lavish concerts, theater, dance, and unique live acts such as the Cirque du Soleil show at the MGM Grand or intimate musical performances like those hosted at The Joint in the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. For late night beats, nightclubs Tao Beach, Surrender or XS are among the favorites. In addition, the city now has a well-earned reputation as a foodie’s utopia, offering countless culinary choices among celebrity-chef and celebrity-owned restaurants. And, conveniently, some of the best restaurants in Las Vegas are located inside hotels. Vegas is not only a player’s paradise. When you’ve had your fill of casino lights and nightclub beats, head out on a sightseeing adventure to take in the Hoover Dam in nearby Boulder City or drive to Arizona to witness the vast beauty of the Grand Canyon. If you’d rather stay closer to nature than the bright lights of the Strip, book a room at the Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa near the entrance to one of the city’s most celebrated natural attractions: the Red Rock Canyon. Or if you’d like to stay in the city, but explore the historic neighborhoods rather than the Strip, stay close to the Fremont Street Experience at one of the downtown Las Vegas hotels, like the Golden Nugget Las Vegas. A hotel in this city isn’t just a place to call home during your stay. In addition to offering a place to rest your eyes, hotels offer endless hours of exciting entertainment, in their casinos, event spaces, and restaurants. Many also offer great Las Vegas hotel deals and all-inclusive Las Vegas vacation packages to be sure their guests experience all that the city has to offer.

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