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Aria Resort & Casino Photo
Aria is part of CityCenter, the dazzling new vertical city on the Las Vegas Strip. This is high tech yet arty with an exterior of elegantly sweeping ripples of steel and glass with lavish natural elements indoors. Guestrooms are a gaget fans heaven! When you enter your room, you are greeted by lights filling the room, the curtains part to show the view and the TV asks how many sugars you take. read more...
Bellagio Photo
Based on an entire village in northern Italy and famed in the film Ocean's 11, this truly is a treat. One of Las Vegas's largest luxury megaresorts, with those fantastic, iconic Fountains out front The Bellagio really is a 5 start resort. The hotel has it's own art gallery, which houses some truelly exceptional art. read more...
Caesars Palace Photo
Back in the day this property would attract the great and the good, and although it isn't the newest Hotel on the Strip, Caesars has one of the best atmosphere's in Town and if you don't stay here, it should at least be on your must-see list. The first Vegas themed hotel, Caesars Palace opened in 1966 and is still one of the best hotels in Town. read more...
Circus Circus Photo
It's fair to say that this hotel doesn't have the best rooms in town but it is a great value for money, family destination with some decent restaurants. Circus Circus originally opened in 1968 as the world's largest permanent circus tent plus casino but without any hotel rooms. read more...
El Cortez Photo
Mobbed-up hotel getting a new life. Many experienced Las Vegas travellers might raise their eyebrows at the inclusion of El Cortez. read more...
Encore Photo
Encore is just stunning, with 2,034 spacious suites, you really are treated like you are a film star when you stay here. The rooms are split by Resort Suites and Tower Suites. The rooms actually don't differ that much between Resort and Tower Suites but what Tower gives you is private pool access, private check in, elevators and entrance. read more...
Excalibur Photo
Family fun at reasonable prices but it's also is a decent place for the adult market and if you dont stay here you should make sure you pay it a visit. The spires of the Camelot-style entrance building are set between 2 huge castle-like towers that house the 4,000 plus rooms at this resort. read more...
Fitzgerald's Photo
Friendly, reasonably priced hotel in downtown Las Vegas. In the centre of the Fremont Street Experience, 'the Fitz' is the tallest building downtown, and if you get the right room you can have a dazzling view of the best of Las Vegas. Try the ' $20 upgrade' to get a south-facing corner room on an upper floor. read more...
Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas Photo
Provides an oasis of calm in a City where you will need it!! This is Elegance with a capital E and was Las Vegas's first non-gambling hotel on the Strip. The guestrooms of the hotel are located on floors 35 to 39 of the Mandalay Bay but The Four Seasons is a completly separate hotel. read more...
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Photo
A big hit with models and celebrities, plus trendy young things. A truly trendy hangout and an instant hit when it opened at the end of the 1990s, it has remained a mecca for celebs and the beautiful people despite new competition in the guise of The Palms. read more...
Imperial Palace Photo
Friendly, reasonably priced hotel in prime location. When the reviews of Las Vegas accommodation are given, the Imperial Palace hardly takes centre stage, yet it has reasonable prices and good gambling odds. The resort is home to a collection of vintage and special-interest cars and has a good-value fuil-service spa. read more...
Las Vegas Hilton Photo
Filled with conventioners, it now has a lively night scene. An understated elegance pervades what is ostensibly an upmarket hotel resort for business people attending one of the over 20,000 annual conventions held in Las Vegas. For them, its location near the Convention Center is perfect, but it's about a 12-minute walk to the Strip, so it's a little off the beaten track for real tourists. read more...
Luxor Photo
Ancient Egyptian theme resort at good value prices. A favourite for the Brits, this is the hotel that you first see when you land at the airport and think "this is just unreal!!!!" As theme resorts go, staying in a replica of a pyramid is up there with the best of them. read more...
M Resort Spa Casino Photo
Modern and fresh with fabulous city views, you can't go wrong here. Set at an elevation of 400ft/1 22m higher than most other properties around, M Resort has fantastic views of the city and the mountains from its lobby, restaurant and most guestrooms. read more...
Mandalay Bay Photo
This resort has it all. great shows, top restaurants and some decent clubs. The rooms here are a good size and you can get great upgrade deals most times of year. From the House of Blues to Rumjungle, the Bay has some great places to enjoy your evening. read more...
Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas Photo
One of the newest properties in Town. This really is an oasis of calm in a City of madness!! Mandarin Oriental, is a sophisticated luxury hotel and is located at the entrance of CityCenter, at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. read more...
MGM Grand Photo
The MGM is another Brit favourite and is a favourite when boxing is the big draw. When you arrive, you enter one of the largest lobby's you will ever see. Check in is a breeze as there are many receptionists on duty, then it's off to your room. The rooms here can range from a basic, cost effective room to a suite with a terrace over looking the Strip. read more...
Monte Carlo Resort & Casino Photo
Modelled on the famous Place du Casino in Monaco, the emphasis is definitely on providing an elegant and refined atmosphere. You may think this is one of the City's expensive hotels but you would be incorrect. read more...
New York-New York Hotel & CASINO Photo
Palace Station Photo
One of the best-value hotels in Las Vegas. Station Casinos own 8 'locals' casinos in the Las Vegas area. They don't particularly cater to tourists, but to local gamblers. This means they offer great deals, and you can get a room at an unbelievable price, plus the brand offers an aggressive marketing campaign of special freebies for customers. read more...
Paris Las Vegas Photo
A tribute to the French capital, from the undersized Eiffel Tower to the Arc de Triomphe Bringing to life the ambience and spirit of the French capital, this theme resort opened in the autumn of 1999 with replicas of the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Paris Opera House and the Louvre. The 34-storey hotel tower is fashioned after the famous Hotel de Ville. read more...
Planet Hollywood Resort & CASINO Photo
A well-priced mega resort now home to some of the most adult-orientated entertainments on the Strip. Seemingly born under an unlucky star, Planet Hollywood is hoping that her original (and unlucky] life as the Aladdin is behind her and she can look forward to a profitable future by mixing Hollywood Glamour with Vegas Sin. read more...
Ravella Photo
An ultra-romantic, deluxe desert retreat-style resort that is still conveniently close to the hustle and bustle of Las Vegas. The sandy shores of the beautiful Lake Las Vegas don't disappoint, especially if you're looking for an oasis of calm that's just a short ride from the Las Vegas Strip and the delights of Sin City. read more...
Rio All-Suite Hotel Photo
Proving there is life beyond the Strip, the Rio is an entertainment city in its own right. The Rio is consistently voted the best-value hotel in America and has some of the finest restaurants in Las Vegas including Gaylord India Restaurant. Its buffet is second to none. read more...
Stratosphere Photo
Extremely good-value hotel with some of the best gambling odds on the Strip.Stratosphere has paid the price for being located at the most northern point of the Strip - just that little bit too far from the rest of the action and in a little seedier part of town. read more...
The Mirage Photo
The entrance to the Mirage is quite calming with it's beautiful indoor tropical garden. Don't get to comfy though, as there's a Volcano just outside which erupts every 15 minutes, all day long!! Behind the check-in desk is a massive coral reef aquarium, which again brings you back to calm with it's puffer fish. read more...
The Palms Casino Resort Photo
A sultry boutique resort, which has rapidly established itself as the city's top place to party, attracting both the hip and the famous. The hotel opened to a fanfare of glory in 2001, and from the outset the Texas-based Malouf family targeted celebrities, making this the home of the Cine Vegas Film Festival and thus ensuring its status as one of the most star-laden hotels in Las Vegas. read more...
The Venetian Photo
Luxurious recreation of the romantic city of Venice, and a favourite with celebrities and CEOs alike. Here you will find replicas of everything that Venice stands for, from the Doge's Palace to St Mark's Square, the Grand Canal and Rialto Bridge, all re-created in the finest detail by sculptors with the help of two Italian historians to 'ensure the integrity of the design and architecture'. read more...
Treasure Island Photo
It's kept the family-style brand, but is now offering a more adult package of entertainments.Built by Steve Wynn, who was also responsible for the Mirage and the Bellagio (before selling up to create Wynn Las Vegas and Encore), the hotel now has new ownets, MGM Mirage, who have steered the resort towards being a more adultorientated destination. read more...
Tropicana Photo
We love this hotel! Experience the new Tropicana Hotel. The all new South Beach-inspired hotel has a fresh redesign with new best-in-class room, suites, casino, poker room, race & sports book, restaurants, bars, spa, fitness center, you will be glad you chose to stay here. read more...
Trump International Hotel & Tower Photo
Aside from its flashy exterior, this is one of Vegas's more reserved hotels. True to Donald J. Trump's ostentatious style, Trump International Hotel Las Vegas resembles a shot of gold bullion, its 64-storey tower encased in 24-carat gold glass. There's nothing so humble as a guestroom here, rather studio suites rising to ten 3-bedroom penthouse suites. read more...
Vdara Hotel Photo
One of a new line of tasteful non-gaming hotels. Soaring 57 storeys above the Strip, Vdara Hotel is an all-suite and spa hotel with exclusivity at its heart. There are all the vices of Vegas out there waiting to be discovered, but here you have a nongaming, smoke-free and sustainable retreat to take a breath from the madness. read more...
Wynn Las Vegas Photo
The last word in luxury, glamour and elegance. Steve Wynn decided on a complete change of tack with his new resort. He snapped up the elegant but failing Desert Inn and its 215acre/87ha site for a mere $275m. He then went back to the drawing board for 18 months before announcing plans for the Le Reve (the dream) in 2002. read more...
 
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