Luxury Hotels in Las Vegas

by Rosemarie John on February 28, 2013

Las Vegas Strip Photo by BleedingSky84

Las Vegas is not only known for being the gambling capital of the United States, but also for the elegance of its casinos.  Vegas resort style properties boast some of the premier hotel properties in America.  Today we will give you our picks for some of the best hotels in Vegas.

Wynn Las Vegas

The Wynn Las Vegas was built by Steve Wynn to be among the best that you can find in Vegas and it is famous for being exceptionally guest friendly.  The Wynn’s golden façade accents the building’s architectural beauty and the guest rooms are famous for their floor to ceiling windows.  The property includes an 18 hole golf course, a 3 acre lake, and fantastic shopping. In addition, the hotel puts the safety of their guests above all else.


The Bellagio’s hotel is as elegant as the 1,200 dancing fountains in the front.  The “economy” guest rooms at this hotel are over 500 square feet in size.  Those who are more of the high roller persuasion will enjoy rooms with over 6,500 sq ft in space with 24 hour butler service.  The hotel includes a world class spa and salon as well as many excellent fine dining choices in the casino.

The Venetian

If you use the word “stunning” to describe your hotel, then Vegas locals know that you’re talking about the Venetian.  The Venetian is the epitome of Italian ambiance which begins in the lobby with massive painted ceilings like you would find in Italian chapels.  The rooms here are all suites ranging from 650 sq feet and up complete with marble baths.  Italian decor accents the rooms and there is plenty of dining and shopping available in the casino that is modeled after Venice.


For those wanting a more modern style hotel, Aria is the place to go.  Its hotel boasts 56 stories of modern architectural excellence that take advantage of natural light and give a very open feel to the property.  The rooms are the most technologically advanced in all of Vegas.  In addition, guests have options of 16 different restaurants in the property as well as an excellent spa and salon.

**This article was written in collaboration with Elizabeth Moore of

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Marie February 23, 2015 at 8:32 am

I would love to visit Las Vegas some day and stay at one of the hotels you mentioned. 🙂
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