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The 10 Best Hotels in Vegas

August 05, 2021

Whether on the strip or off, these are the best hotels and resorts in Vegas when amenities and a luxurious stay are in your plans.

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The Best Hotels and Resorts in Las Vegas

Las Vegas has undergone many transformations over the years. The catchphrase of “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” has been updated to “What happens here, only happens here,” and the city offers plenty of family-friendly resorts and activities for guests of all ages. While it’s still a place to enjoy lots of entertainment options, visitors to Las Vegas can also expect luxury accommodations, excellent spa services and some of the best restaurants in the country.

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Photo: Aria Resort and Casino

Aria Resort and Casino

One of the perks of staying at the Aria Resort and Casino is the portfolio of large accommodations available to guests. The Deluxe and Stay Well rooms start at 520 square feet (a traditional hotel room is about 330 square feet), and the Executive Hospitality Suite tops out at 2,000 square feet and has panoramic views of the city. For guests who want even more space, the Two Bedroom Sky Villa has 3,370 square feet of luxury with a foyer and separate living room. The resort is also close to entertainment venues like the T-Mobile Arena and the Park Theater, and there are over 10 different bar and restaurant options, representing an international menu of Mexican, Thai, French and Italian food. The hotel is an ideal getaway for groups and couples who want lots of entertainment options. The adults-only LIQUID Pool Lounge is a perfect escape with cabanas, day beds and a 1,200 square foot pool, and the hotel concierge can also arrange tours to nearby Hoover Dam or Red Rock Canyon.

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Photo: Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Caesars Palace Las Vegas has been a top choice for travelers for over 50 years and the resort has been the site of various high-profile sporting and music events. Visitors to the resort are those looking for an opulent Las Vegas experience. Inside the lobby areas, there are lots of gold details and intricate Greco-Roman decor, including a 20-foot statue of Augustus Caesar. The collection of 3,960 rooms and suites all have contemporary furnishings and jewel-toned accents. You could spend your whole vacation here — there’s a sprawling casino, a spa with 51 treatment rooms and 7 pools for swimming and sunbathing. There are lots of food and beverage options including the restaurant Almalfi by Bobby Flay, and reality tv personality Lisa Vanderpump’s Vanderpump Cocktail Gardens. For guests wanting to experience a piece of Las Vegas history, Caesars Palace is the place to stay.

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Photo: Green Valley Ranch Spa and Casino

Green Valley Ranch Spa and Casino

Less than 15 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, the Green Valley Ranch Spa and Casino is for guests who want to have a luxe Las Vegas experience away from the crowds. Driving up to the property, guests are greeted by an impressive European-influenced resort. There are a variety of accommodations from the well-appointed one- and two-bedroom suites to the colossal Presidential suites. The villa suites also come with a private plunge pool and butler service. The hotel is accommodating to families (there’s an hourly childcare service called KidsQuest) and the outdoor all-ages space called the Backyard Pool has daybeds, cabanas and a beach sand entry. There’s lots of fun for adults too. The Pond is an adults-only (21+) pool with a private bar, DJ and bottle service. The 40,000 square foot spa is impressive too. Book a session with a wellness coach to create an individualized wellness plan or enjoy a Lancier Caviar Lime Facial.

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