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Luxury Hotels in Las Vegas, Nevada 

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    Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas

    Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas

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    18 reviews
    Excellent! - 95% of guests recommend

    I HEART the interior design of this place! Elegant, zen decor that transpire a sense of peace. Great view of the strip while sipping high-end organic tea. The cupcakes were very pretty but tasted horrible, don't get them. Appetizers are very good, must try the sweetbread! Service is a bit lacking; live jazz on most nights.

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    Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

    Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

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    32 reviews
    Fair - 73% of guests recommend

    I am a big fan of this place. The rooms are quite large, and have floor to ceiling one-way windows! Not a bad view in the whole place. It is located off the strip, but since it is a Caesars property they offer a shuttle to the strip. They have a great pool, an enormous buffet (half off for locals). ...

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    South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa

    South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa

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    16 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    I have to agree with others, this place is huge. Its a long walk to your room thru a smoky casino. The carpeting in the hall way is stretched out and no longer flat. The room I had was good sized, with a two room bathroom. Interesting concept. Coffee maker in the room too. It is a good distance from ...

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    Platinum Hotel and Spa

    Platinum Hotel and Spa

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    8 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    A group of us picked up a deal on travel zoo and booked 4 rooms here for a long weekend in June. About 1/2 mile from Caesars, and 2 mins from $3 craps at Ellis island this was a perfect base of operations for our excursions. The rooms are all suites. Some with washer/driers some without. Each of the rooms ...

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    Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel

    Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel

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    5 reviews
    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend

    Awesome room at the Renaissance .

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    Skylofts at MGM Grand

    Skylofts at MGM Grand

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    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 94% of guests recommend

    This is my very favorite place to stay in Las Vegas. Not only is this hotel-within-a-hotel very exclusive and amazing, but the rooms are soundproofed party palaces in the sky....hence the name. Enjoy a ride from the airport in a Rolls, and take advantage of the butler service provided to each and every guest of this luxury property.

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    JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort, Spa & Golf

    JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort, Spa & Golf

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    4 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    Located out in Summerlin, this resort is a relaxed diversion from the strip. The room is huge with a huge bath and spacious closet. Robes and a coffee pot make me happy here. Front desk made an excellent first impression as well. My to go order at the promenade cafe took a longish time though.

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    The Westin Casuarina Las Vegas Hotel, Casino & Spa

    The Westin Casuarina Las Vegas Hotel, Casino & Spa

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    7 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    The Westin Casuarina in Las Vegas is a great spot to stay at, especially if you're planning a last minute trip. It's not directly on the strip, however, it's only about a 10 minute walk from it (just 5 minutes behind Bally's). Their casino is tiny, and unfortunately this hotel does not offer any good dining, entertainment, nor shopping. However, ...

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    Warmington Estate
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Luxury Hotels in Las Vegas
Travelers go to Las Vegas for different reasons. For some, it’s all about the gambling, and where they hang their hat for a few days doesn’t matter as much as their poker strategy. For others, however, a stay in Las Vegas requires not only a great casino but also the ultimate in lodging luxury, which includes a stay at a hotel that offers the best in upscale accommodations, service, and amenities.

For the Las Vegas visitor who finds a great casino (or two) to be paramount for a successful visit, the city’s best luxury hotels undoubtedly offer some of the finest casinos in town. These include the expansive casinos at Bellagio, Mandalay Bay, Wynn, Caesar’s Palace, The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, and the MGM Grand, where the choices of slots, poker, table games, roulette, and more are immense. High rollers are treated with extra-special care and plenty of perks.

It goes without saying, of course, that the accommodations at all of these hotels are exceptional as well, with rooms and suites that provide the ultimate in comfort and luxury. For example, visitors who enjoy indulging in a little spa time during their vacation can find a number of opulent spas, which offer top-notch facilities and a huge menu of treatment of options. Among the most lauded on The Strip are the impeccable Canyon Ranch Spa at the Venetian, Spa Bellagio, Spa Mandalay, Paris Spa by Mandara, Qua Baths and Spa at Caesar’s Palace, and The Grand Spa at the MGM.

Of course, there’s no shortage of superb food in Las Vegas’ luxury hotels and many boast restaurants that are rated among the top in the U.S. The Wynn Las Vegas and the accompanying Encore Resort, for example, offer a total of 10 fine dining establishments including Forbes four-star winning Bartolotta; the opulently decorated Botero; Encore’s Sinatra, a tribute to Old Blue Eyes; and the incredible SW Steakhouse. The luxurious Caesar’s Palace is also home to a fantastic eatery: the Restaurant Guy Savoy, known for its impeccable French food. And then there’s L’Atelier at the MGM Grand, Bouchon at the Venetian, and Sage at Aria.

If you’re ready to party after dinner, Las Vegas’ luxury hotels also provide guests with some of the best clubs in the city. Hyde at the Bellagio wins hands-down for best nightclub atmosphere, with a massive balcony that overlooks the amazing fountains and 40 tables for VIP guests. The five-level, 80,000-square-foot Hakkasan at the MGM is also a must-do for nightlife lovers, as is Light NightClub at Mandalay Bay, which demands a strict dress code for its exclusive clientele.

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