You book a hotel with a jacuzzi in Las Vegas for two reasons: to decompress after pounding the Strip or, and perhaps more likely, to keep the party going. Whichever your desire – no judgements, this is Sin City after all. Here are the best hotels with hot tubs in Vegas.
Caesars Palace, with its sky-scraping columns, marble sculptures and giant fountains, combines the eternal splendor of Rome with Las Vegas’s theatrics. Like any good Roman retreat, the resort has a sumptuous bathhouse. The 50,000sqft (4,645sqm) Qua Baths and Spa has three baths, Nobu treatments and an Arctic ice room, in which snow falls from the ceiling. There are also spa tubs bathed in cool blue lighting to help you settle before an evening exploring the in-house restaurants, shows and casino.
The Palms does nothing by halves. Its most basic rooms come with epic floor-to-ceiling windows capturing the Strip in all its neon-bathed glory. Some are served by whirlpool bathtubs and penthouses go one better with balcony hot tubs overlooking the city. If you have a spare $100,000, you could spend a night in the Empathy Suite Sky Villa. One of the world’s most expensive hotel suites, it’s said to include original Damien Hirst artwork, $10,000 in-house credit and 24-hour butler service.
This towering 52-story hotel sits at the heart of Vegas, one block back from the Strip. It’s connected to the Miracle Mile mall and also has easy access to Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. With the entertainment so close, calming rooms are practically essential. All suites come with floor-to-ceiling windows offering soothing cityscapes or views over the mountains and desert. Some also come with jetted tubs to relax in after a night at the slots or clubs.
The MGM Grand, with its world-famous headliners and no-limits casinos, is Las Vegas at its most audacious. But effervescent as it is, sometimes you need some down time. That’s where The Signature comes to the fore. The three-towered, no-gaming, all-suite arm of the MGM complex is where relaxation is found. All of its suites come with a kitchenette, king-sized bed and whirlpool spa tub. And, most importantly, peace. When it’s time to ramp things up again, guests still have access to the MGM’s Grand Pool Complex and its three whirlpools, lazy river and waterfalls.
Audrey Hepburn said: “Paris is always a good idea.” But if you can’t get to the City of Lights any time soon, the Paris Las Vegas resort brings the French capital’s delights to the Mojave Desert. Most famous of all is its half-scale replica Eiffel Tower, which has its own viewing platform. However, Paris is much more than its iconic landmarks and the Las Vegas resort is no different. True relaxation is found in the Voie Spa & Salon, where you’ll find aroma steam rooms, saunas and whirlpools.
It may be within walking distance of the Strip, but Vdara Hotel & Spa is really an oasis of calm. Unlike many Vegas hotels, there is no casino. Instead, chocolate-hued rooms enjoy gorgeous views over either the mountains or Las Vegas’s skyline. Continue that relaxation at the award-winning spa. Along with a jacuzzi and steam room, it offers signature treatments. For the full celeb experience, opt for On The Rocks, a signature treatment with body brushing, exfoliation, body massage with volcanic stones, and a scalp massage.