While the term ‘luxury’ is frequently used to describe many of the resorts in Las Vegas, true luxury is universal and adheres to a standard that describes services that are cultivated and refined.
Many of the hotels and resorts in Vegas lack that truly personal touch that spells luxury. However, this doesn’t mean that it isn’t impossible to find luxurious hotels in a city well known for excitement.
What then are the most luxurious hotels in Las Vegas? While individual taste and priorities differ, there are several hotels that are a distinct cut above the rest, accommodations that are tailored to the needs of even the most astute clientele.
And during my last trip to Vegas, a local friend of mine made it a point to find all of these luxury hotels and tour them…properly.
So with a cocktail in hand rounded up while playing a game of blackjack on the casino floors, we made our way from resort to resort till our mind’s eye got fuzzy and we could no longer stand the sound of chiming slot machines.
Luxurious hotels in Las Vegas
The Bellagio Hotel & Casino
Opened in 1998 and designed by Steve Wynn, this extravagant hotel & casino offers both luxury and elegance. At the Bellagio there is something for even those with the most selective tastes.
Besides enjoying the beautiful décor in the rooms and suites, guests can enjoy delicious food in several elegant restaurants, pool and spa treatments, high-stake gambling, art galleries, beautiful fountains, many European-style shops and even the relatively new flower conservatory that’s filled with thousands of flowers, all changing from one season to the next with its seasonal colors.
Caesar’s Palace Luxury Hotel & Casino originally opened in 1966. It has been renovated several times to keep up with development on the Strip. Located inside the elegant boutique hotel, suites provide personalized attention for guests.
The rooms are unique and beautifully decorated; room-service has gained an excellent reputation. The pool, spa, and restaurants are artistically designed around an ancient Roman theme. Where else can you have a 5-star meal next to a life-like replica of a Roman God?
The Venetian Resort Hotel & Casino
Originally known as the Sands Hotel, the casino reopened in 1999 after a complete renovation. This luxurious resort and casino cover thousands of square meters. In addition to luxurious hotel suites, the world famous canal and specialty shops provide guests with the look and feel of Italy.
The hotel rooms are spacious and the casino is inviting. The entertainment, shopping and restaurant experiences are a notch above anything else; elegant and sophisticated. Just what you would expect for Italian heritage! 😉
The Palazzo, completed in 2008, provides some of the finest customer service, dining experiences, spa treatments, and gambling opportunities available in Vegas. Prestige-level guest services are designed to provide the ultimate experience. The Italian atmosphere and elegant ambiance attract guests from around the world.
The Wynn Las Vegas Hotel
While pricy, the Wynn Hotel offers elegance and glamor. First opened back in 2005, the rooms and suites are clean, contemporary, and glamorous. The linens & bedding are of the finest quality and most of the rooms provide extraordinary views of the city. Additionally, the hotel provides a wide selection of restaurants and sophisticated entertainment. Special resort packages include accommodations and buffet dining.
Budget Travel on the Verge of Luxury
As I usually stick to budget traveling, it doesn’t hurt to spoil yourself every once in a while with a nice treat anywhere you go in the world, especially Las Vegas. The hotels listed above provide a glimpse of the many luxury hotels and resorts available to guests upon their visit to Sin City.
With top-quality amenities that provide for maximum indulgence in elegant settings for travelers of all kinds around the world, Las Vegas provides a colorful palette with many great options. All in all, the most luxurious hotel in Las Vegas will be the hotel that is best suited to the discerning taste of each guest.
What luxurious hotel, resort or casino would you dream of visiting upon your visit to Las Vegas?