The Best Hotels With Balconies in Las Vegas, Nevada
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Book a room with a balcony in Las Vegas, and gawp at a city where (almost) anything goes. Most visitors will want views of the Strip, Sin City’s all-action hub, where neon-lit casinos vie for tourists’ dollars. However, quieter alternatives are available nearby. These are the best hotels with balconies in Las Vegas.
Staybridge Suites Las Vegas
4.6/5 (480 Reviews)
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Away from the buzz of the Strip, Staybridge Suites keeps its eye on the party, but from a safe distance. Each suite comes with a kitchen – great if you’re on a budget – and a balcony, some of which overlook the heated pool and others the city. If – and when – the neon lights become too tempting, a free shuttle service will take you the 1.5mi (2.5km) to New York, New York Hotel & Casino. Before you go, fill up at the hotel’s complimentary hot breakfast.
The Platinum Hotel and Spa
Boutique Hotel, Suite Hotel, Hotel
4.4/5 (873 Reviews)
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Despite its reputation, Las Vegas isn’t just non-stop slots and wild entertainment. The Platinum is a testament to that. This non-smoking, non-gaming hotel is a welcome sanctuary two blocks away from the Strip. All its suites have walk-out balconies with city views, while guests can eat at the hotel’s casual restaurant and sip cocktails at the Stir Lounge’s bar. Leisurely days are best spent dipping in and out of the indoor or outdoor pool.
Club De Soleil
3.9/5 (2181 Reviews)
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Club de Soleil is a tropical, family-friendly resort of French-Mediterranean design. Its two-bedroom suites come with an outdoor area in which you can soak up the Nevada sun. All suites have a kitchen or kitchenette; use the grocery delivery service for a change from the city’s rich culinary offerings. Days can be spent splashing in the pool, playing tennis or hopping on the free shuttle, which will take you the 10-minute ride to and from the Strip.
Desert Paradise Resort
4.6/5 (2637 Reviews)
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Forget the crowds, lights and gambling. That’s all 3mi (5km) away when you stay at Desert Paradise Resort. Instead, spend your time in the outdoor heated pool or relaxing in the hot tub. Alternatively, head to the games room or barbecue area for catch-up time with friends and family. In the evenings, chill on your terrace or balcony. Of course, 3mi (5km) isn’t far at all. If you did want to enjoy Las Vegas’s more adult delights, it will only take around 10 minutes by car.
The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas
Casino Hotel, Hotel
4.6/5 (9369 Reviews)
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Attracting luxury travelers since it opened in 2010, this swanky Marriott Bonvoy-run resort houses an equally ritzy 100,000sqft (9,290sqm) casino. When not trying their luck at the slots, guests stay in glamorous suites, each with large sliding doors that open to a balcony overlooking either the mountains or the city. The resort also has a Moroccan-style spa, Sahra Spa & Hammam, with a heated mother stone slab, two whirlpools and stone loungers.
Polo Towers by Diamond Resorts
4.2/5 (5569 Reviews)
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If location is everything, but you don’t want to fork out thousands, Polo Towers is ideal. Hugged by Vegas’s shimmering towers, right by the Strip, it enjoys easy access to all the fun. Many of the suites also come with a balcony and city views. Before you head out for the evening, journey up to the roof, where you’ll be able to admire your night’s adventure playground from the hotel’s rooftop pool and hot tub.
Palms Place Hotel and Spa
4.2/5 (9251 Reviews)
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Completely removed from the ever-revolving doors of Palms Casino, the towering Palms Place Hotel and Spa is a slice of heaven. Its modern rooms and suites, some of which have private balconies, come with floor-to-ceiling windows that frame twinkling Vegas in all its wonderfulness. In the complex, entertainment is rife. Aside from the casino, there’s a plethora of restaurants, including the Michelin-star Alizé, plus an in-house theater. For drinks, why not head to Unknown, a Damien Hirst-themed bar with his spot paintings on the wall and a dissected tiger shark behind the bar?
The Signature at MGM Grand
4.4/5 (2384 Reviews)
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For many, the name MGM Grand means the emerald-green art deco mega-resort that is home to pumping nightlife and no-limits gambling. Yet, while the Signature, which is just steps away from its sister resort, is cut from the same cloth, its studio-style accommodation provides a hideaway from the casinos. Its three towers offer restful suites with whirlpool tubs and kitchenettes. Balconies with views over the Strip are also available.
These recommendations were updated on June 30, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.