Las Vegas is the city of fantasy, where dreams are realized and where fortunes are lost and won.
Don't think Vegas is all about gambling and nightlife, nor let Las Vegas' nickname "Sin City" put you off for a holiday. There are family-friendly hotels in Las Vegas and other activities as well.
You can take the family on a ride out of the city to view the breathtaking natural beauty of the desert and red rocks just outside of Las Vegas limits.If you're interested in gambling, you might want to check out the Las Vegas hotels which can include all you can eat buffets, free tickets to shows, spa passes, VIP admission to nightclubs, and more.
You don't have to stay right on the Strip in Las Vegas. There are many Las Vegas hotels in neighboring towns as well
No matter which one of the popular hotels in Las Vegas you stay at, you won't ever get bored. Choose one of this selection of Las Vegas hotels and have the trip of a lifetime.
MGM Grand Las Vegas
MGM Grand in particular is a lot of fun for kids since it has a five-pool complex located on 6.6-acres! It features a winding river pool with waterfalls, Rainforest Café and cave-like grottos.
People come from all over the world to eat at Joël Robuchon, the first and only three-starred Michelin restaurant in Las Vegas. A meal here doesn't come cheap (the price-fixed *menu costs $425 a person), but it's worth it.The hotel is also home to other top restaurants, including Wolfgang Puck, Tom Colicchio's CraftSteak, and Hakkasan. With 4,996 modern and well-appointed rooms and suites provide accommodations for every need. This MGM Grand also features a state-of-the-art, nonsmoking conference center, a spacious casino floor, a Grand Spa, Cristophe Salon and an inviting 6.5-acre pool complex, plus Wet Republic Ultra Pool offering “daylife” where guests can enjoy a party atmosphere while listening to celebrity DJ beats.
The Bellagio Las Vegas
There's one reason most people come to Vegas: the casinos. Though gamblers have their pick of casinos on the Strip, the Bellagio's is the best for high-rollers. It has two glassed-in private areas where gamblers can go big.Given the almost-4,000 room count, you might expect service to be a little fraught at times, but even arriving at a peak midday checking-in time, the process works like a charm. As well as the huge casino and shopping, the hotel boasts perhaps the best selection of pools in the city, with indulgent cabana and day bed options aplenty. For entertainment and nightlife, the Cirque du Soleil show is based in the hotel's theatre and there's a wonderful gallery of fine art.
The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas
Upon entering the futuristic lobby of the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, guests check in on iPads. Rooms are also modern and equipped with state-of-the-art technology, including controls that allow guests to adjust the lighting, music, and temperature and make restaurant and spa reservations through the TV.Guests enjoy oversized residential-styled living spaces with private terraces and breathtaking views of the Las Vegas skyline.
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The Aria Resort & Casino Las Vegas
Las Vegas may be known for its excess, but that doesn't mean the hotels are wasteful.Aria consists of two curved glass and steel highrise towers adjoined at the center and is the largest and tallest structure at CityCenter in Las Vegas.Dubbed as the most technologically advanced hotel ever built. The "smart rooms" which automatically adjust curtains, turn off unused lights and electronics, and regulate the temperature when a guest enters or leaves a room are among the most notable aspects of Aria is its incorporation of technology in the exterior and interior design of the hotel.
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The JW Marriott Las Vegas
Located off the Strip just a few minutes from Red Rock Canyon, the JW Marriott allows guests to go mountain climbing, bike riding, and hiking. The resort occupies 50 acres,including an 18-hole golf course, several pools, and lush gardens.Set on 50 rolling acres of palm trees and gardens with views of the mountains, JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort is only 20 minutes from the Strip but feels a world away. Those looking to play golf or get pampered have come to the right place -- the JW Marriott Spa Aquae is one of the biggest in town.
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The Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas
When you pull in to the Waldorf Astoria, formerly the Mandarin Oriental, it feels secluded and private—a certain number of people actually live here full-time and enjoy all the amenities. You'll be greeted by name when you arrive at the lobby on the 23rd floor, and there's no line for check-in. The true pièce de résistance? No gaming, which means everything is blissfully quiet. The 47-story hotel is the only freestanding, non-gaming, luxury property on The Vegas Strip. The Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas is a sophisticated sanctuary of modern elegance and ideally located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip at the entrance of ARIA Resort & Casino. The luxurious Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts Las Vegas provides a non-gaming and non-smoking alternative and offers sincere service and luxurious amenities.
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