Last Updated on June 22, 2020 by Amanda Stancati
With so much to offer, you’ll find what you’re looking for at these Las Vegas hotels. Whether you like to eat or would rather get your groove on, there’s a hotel just for you.
The Sport Fans
If placing your bets on the Race and Sports Book isn’t enough, visit SCORE! Interactive Sports Exhibit at Luxor. The 10,000 square foot exhibit features more than 200 pieces throughout its eight galleries. See the 1999 Team USA World Cup championship trophy, participate in a baseball speed pitch, and see your face on a personalized magazine cover. SCORE! contains a Fan Shop, broadcast studio, and hosts special athlete appearances.
The Young at Heart
Who said Las Vegas isn’t for kids? Housing the world’s largest permanent circus and America’s largest indoor theme park, kids can be part of the show at Circus Circus. Watch in awe as trapeze artists, acrobats, clowns, aerialists, jugglers, and more take over the stage in free performances daily. Then, head to Adventuredome where children will delight in five acres of rides and attractions. Later, enjoy nostalgic arcade games and win prizes at Carnival Midway.
Boasting 14 restaurants, The Cosmopolitan positions itself as the place for foodies. Indulge in a classic burger and milkshake at Holsteins or opt for a fine-dining atmosphere at Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill and enjoy their signature sushi and sashimi. The hotel is also home to Italian restaurant, Scarpetta, owned by award-winning chef and food network star Scott Conant. Also on its premises is the Spanish tapas bar, Jaleo and the authentic Greek restaurant featuring fresh seafood, Estiatoria Milos.
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There is no better place for romance than Italy. That’s why the Venetian is the perfect hotel for couples looking for a serene escape. Wake up in your luxurious suite under the warm Egyptian cotton sheets before dipping into your Roman tub. Choose from 8 different elegantly-designed suite options. Arrange a relaxing treatment at the spa and a private gondola ride for two on the Grand Canal. For dinner, dine at Emeril Lagasse’s Delmonico Steakhouse or Mario Batali’s Carnevino.
The Music Lovers
Headlining stars like Celine Dion, Elton John, Shania Twain, and Rod Stewart, Caesars Palace is the destination for Las Vegas entertainment. Its variety show for adults, Absinthe, is a raunchy mix of Cirque du Soleil and a cabaret – not for the easily offended. The hotel also features concerts and comedy shows featuring performers like Jeff Dunham.
If you’re going to over-indulge, the Bellagio’s premiere casino is the place to do it. Any game you’ve ever heard of is here, from table games to poker to slots, and a race and sports book with 20 screens. The Club Prive is a high-limit lounge for high-rollers. In the poker room, take a seat at one of the 40 regular tables or 5 high-limit tables. Enjoy the cocktail service, comfortable leather seats, buffet, and the famous water fountain located just outside the casino- arguably Las Vegas’ best free attraction.
The Sun Loungers
The Grand Pool at MGM Grand invites you to its 6.5 acre paradise. The complex features four pools, three whirlpools, waterfalls, and a quarter-mile long lazy river. Treat yourself to a cabana fit for 8 people, equipped with a private patio, flat screen T.V., mini fridge, and food and beverage service. Top up your glass at the five bars or order a snack at the full service Cabana Grille. Relish in a poolside massage or simply unwind on a comfortable daybed and enjoy the spirited atmosphere.
No one knows how to throw a party quite like the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. From the upscale Ainsworth sports lounge to the underground Body English Nightclub, there are many places to rock out and enjoy a drink or two. Sample a specialty cocktail from the three casino bars or head to the Rehab Pool Party to make a splash and enjoy the cabanas and daybeds. Visit Vanity for special events, the 14,000 square foot nightclub with 50 VIP booths and 5 cabanas with direct access to the Nirvana Pool.
The Spa Seekers
After a long night out on The Strip, a relaxing retreat is just what you need to do it all over again. Mandalay Bay provides an escape for all senses at the 30,000 square foot Spa Mandalay. At Bathhouse, nestled in THEhotel tower of the hotel, you’ll find steam rooms, saunas, and 12 treatment rooms. Take advantage of the full salon and fitness center, or pamper yourself with a rejuvenating facial or massage by skilled professionals.
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