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Top 10 Hotel Rooms

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Celebrating A Special Occasion Or Just Picky About Your Linens? Here Are Our Picks For The Best Rooms In Town.

Vegas is packed with too many activities to warrant spending much time in your hotel room. But don’t let that stop you from gleefully picking out the very best one – it wouldn’t be an escapist weekend in Sin City without staying in top-of-the-line digs.

Hotel 32
Hotel 32, located atop Monte Carlo Resort, is known up and down the Strip for its stellar service, including limo transfer from the airport for most reservations, a private lounge, a fridge pre-stocked per your request, and an on-call concierge to arrange special experiences just for you. Choose from 12 different kinds of pillows to make sure you get plenty of beauty rest during your hectic weekend. Rooms come in studio, suite, loft and penthouse options, starting at 400 square feet and running up to a whopping 2000 square feet.

Mandarin Oriental
Consider Mandarin Oriental your home away from home in Vegas, where the doormen remember your name, and your room is a quiet escape after the chaos of the Strip. The modern and sleek décor of the non-gaming hotel carries on in the rooms as well, in 12 different styles. Mandarin fans rave about the walk-in showers, peaceful color palette, and Asian accents. Some rooms have a stunning Strip view.

Four Seasons Hotel
Four Seasons just got a makeover, so book now to see the new décor. Every room in the southernmost Strip hotel feels like a modern loft space, with fun new furniture and contemporary wallpaper – a far cry from the more corporate feel of years past. Still a favorite of guests in town for business, the sophisticated and quiet hotel connected to Mandalay Bay provides enough room to spread out and get comfortable. And the views! Floor-to-ceiling windows offer spectacular shots of the Strip.

Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace
The first Nobu Hotel in the world opened inside Caesars Palace last spring, with its own private check-in and a much shorter walk than the other new towers to both self-park and the restaurants (including the new Nobu restaurant, of course). By design, the rooms are neat and sparse per Japanese custom, with the best amenities on the Strip, including spa hair ties, a faux wooden toothbrush, mini tubes of shaving cream, and makeup remover. And don’t forget the food – Nobu offers room service in these rooms only.

Bellagio rooms and suites are so opulent and roomy you’ll feel like you’re sleeping in the guest room at your favorite home away from home. Highlights include sitting areas with comfy overstuffed chairs, marble floors in the entryway, and a soaking tub – all in a recently refurbished décor that incorporates modern patterns and rich colors like indigo and shades of green. Choose your room according to the view, as the famous dancing fountains are a sight to see from high up above.

Wynn rooms are decked out in the brand’s signature gold palette and positively drip with opulence. Treat yourself to a Panoramic Corner room, which has a gorgeous oversized bathroom with marble tub and views of Vegas in two directions. Or upgrade to the Tower Suites, which boast a gorgeous private entrance atrium and check-in with lush tropical greenery and flowers. The hotel within a hotel offers secluded pools and amenities like a decadent breakfast for two at Tableau overlooking the resort’s stunning pool decks.

Every room is a suite at Palazzo, which is known for its sunken living rooms that are so far from the enormous bathroom you’d might as well be in a house. For those who want a little time in the room before heading out to the excitement, there’s a small dining table that seats three, and a large desk and work area complete with a printer/scanner/copier. The bathrooms are a spacious 130 square feet, and the remote-controlled Roman shades ensure you don’t get woken up by the sun until you’re good and ready.

Cosmopolitan was originally built as apartments, so they’re some of the homiest rooms on the Strip – with the only terraces on the block. Spring for a Terrace Studio to allow for entertaining in the seating area with sofa. The kitchenette has a microwave and Sub-Zero mini-bar, the bathroom features a sexy square-shaped tub, and sliding glass doors open up onto a private terrace. Order up some champagne and relax while taking in the scene.


Vdara Standard Suite

Photo Credit: MGM Resorts International

In the heart of CityCenter lies the non-gaming, non-smoking Vdara, which offers both short- and long-term rentals of its suites and penthouses (some even have washer and dryer). Each room has a kitchenette with fridge, two-burner electric cook top, and a two-seat dining table. There’s also a comfy couch in a sitting area, and a bathroom with soaking tub. The whole resort is eco-friendly and Gold Leed certified.

MGM Grand’s Stay Well Rooms
Fitness-minded guests love the new Stay Well Rooms & Suites so much that they are upping the inventory from 42 to 171. On the 14th floor of MGM Grand’s main tower, the Stay Well rooms battle jetlag and travel fatigue with wake-up light therapy, shower water infused with Vitamin C, aromatherapy, electromagnetic field protection for a better sleep, and photo-catalytic coating to break down bacteria, virus and VOCs.

Do you have a favorite luxury hotel in Las Vegas? Join in the discussion and let us know your choice for the best luxury rooms in town.

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