The Best Hotel Rooms with Kitchens in Las Vegas

The Vegas skyline is magical at sunset
The Vegas skyline is magical at sunset | © lucky-photographer / Alamy Stock Photo
Photo of Siobhan Grogan
13 November 2020

Don’t be a slave to the all-you-can-eat buffet in Las Vegas – make yourself at home by checking into one of these Las Vegas hotel rooms with kitchens. Whether you prefer to sleep late after nights at the roulette table or head out early to hike desert canyons, there’s no shortage of dazzling entertainment and thrilling activities. Hit the Strip’s best casinos, nightclubs, and big-name shows, then fit in meals to suit your schedule from the luxury of your own space in these hotels.

The Signature at MGM Grand

Hotel
4.4/5 (2267 Reviews)
The Signature at MGM Grand
Courtesy of the Signature at MGM Grand / Expedia
Price Drop
Now from $79 per night
Retreat from the bright lights of the Strip at this understated all-suite hotel right next to the giant MGM Grand. With no casino or all-night entertainment, the Signature is a quieter option for travelers. Roomy suites include a whirlpool spa bath and full kitchenette stocked with everything from a toaster to a blender. There’s also a deli, room service, coffee shop, and bar, along with a heated – and surprisingly peaceful – outdoor pool with drinks delivered straight to your sunlounger.
More info

Platinum Hotel and Spa

Boutique Hotel, Suite Hotel, Hotel
4.4/5 (935 Reviews)
Platinum Hotel and Spa
Courtesy of Platinum Hotel and Spa / Expedia
Price Drop
Now from $146 per night
Dedicated gamblers may want to avoid this non-gaming hotel, but families and anyone looking for peace and quiet away from the Strip won’t be disappointed. The gigantic suites are typically three times larger than the city’s average hotel rooms, with walk-out balconies, oversized soaking tubs, and gourmet kitchens with granite counters. Kids will love the indoor and outdoor heated pools, Bluetooth-enabled sound systems, and laid-back restaurant with a children’s menu.
More info

Tuscany Suites and Casino

Casino Hotel
4.4/5 (7455 Reviews)
Tuscany Suites
Courtesy of Tuscany Suites / Expedia
Price Drop
Now from $52 per night
It may be just a ten-minute walk from the Strip, but Tuscany Suites has a distinctly Mediterranean feel, thanks to blooming gardens, tiled floors, and rustic exposed beams. There’s also an Italian restaurant and café, plus nightly live music and the hit Rat Pack show, alongside a spa, pool, and pub. Rooms are large with splashes of cherry red and basic kitchenettes in the entry level – suites include a coffee maker, a fridge, and a microwave upon request.
More info

Cancun Resort Las Vegas

Resort, Casino Hotel
4.2/5 (3755 Reviews)
Cancun Resort Las Vegas
Courtesy of Cancun Resort Las Vegas / Expedia
Price Drop
Now from $74 per night
Can’t decide between the bright lights of Las Vegas and a chilled-out holiday lounging by the pool? The Cancun Resort offers the best of both. A ten-minute drive from the Strip’s casinos, shows, and restaurants, the resort offers apartment-style rooms with separate dining areas and an impressive full-size kitchen, complete with dishwasher, oven, and freezer. On lazy days, order burgers and pizzas by the spectacular pool instead, and enjoy its Mayan pyramid, waterfall, four slides, and multiple hot tubs.
More info

ARIA Resort and Casino

Resort, Casino Hotel
4.3/5 (7732 Reviews)
Courtesy of ARIA Resort and Casino / Expedia
Price Drop
Now from $106 per night
Expect serious kerb appeal at the ARIA Resort, a looming, curved high-rise glittering in the Vegas sunshine. Inside is just as impressive, with a contemporary light-filled lobby, huge spa, casino, and restaurants to suit every craving – from a patisserie to a steakhouse. Book a Sky Suite above the main hotel if you prefer the luxury of a full kitchen. Extra perks include a private pool, complimentary airport transfers, and a lounge with free drinks and snacks.
More info

Why Book With Culture Trip?

  • Free cancellation

    In these uncertain times, cancel or change for free on select properties.

  • Price-match guarantee

    Find a better price on your booking and we’ll match it. Simple.

  • Unbiased & trustworthy

    Book from recommendations handpicked by travel experts.

  • Tahiti Village

    Resort
    4.3/5 (5277 Reviews)
    Tahiti Village
    Courtesy of Tahiti Village / Expedia
    Price Drop
    Now from $104 per night
    Just a few miles from the Strip, but with the feel of a tropical island retreat, Tahiti Village has everything you need for an exotic beach-themed holiday. The property has a winding lazy river lined with palm trees and waterfalls, an artificial sandy beach, poolside parties, and a casual restaurant serving summery cocktails. Enormous suites sleep at least four, with large jetted tubs, separate bedrooms, and spacious kitchens including a dishwasher, oven, and laundry facilities.
    More info

    Vdara Hotel and Spa

    Resort
    4.3/5 (4102 Reviews)
    vdara_pool_arch1_final_v2_re_touched_expires_2092_no_pc_needed
    Courtesy of Vdara Hotel and Spa, Las Vegas
    Price Drop
    Now from $88 per night
    There’s no casino or nightclub at the Vdara, but the hotel is perfect for anyone wanting a swish escape from the city’s hustle and bustle. Every suite offers sweeping city views, contemporary decor, soaking tubs, a media hub, and an in-room tablet on which you can order room service, book spa appointments, and view over 2,000 digital newspapers. Kitchenettes come with two-burner cookers and full-size fridges, though there’s also an all-day restaurant in the lobby if you don’t fancy cooking.
    More info

    Club Wyndham Grand Desert

    Resort
    4.4/5 (984 Reviews)
    Club Wyndham Grand Desert
    Courtesy of Club Wyndham Grand Desert / Expedia
    Price Drop
    Now from $100 per night
    No one in the family will be bored at the sprawling Club Wyndham, a mile from the Strip but served by the hotel’s own complimentary shuttle service. There’s a lagoon-style pool, two fitness centers, several hot tubs, a 3D cinema, a small grocery shop, and games rooms filled with pool tables, art supplies, arcade games, and a stash of board games. Rooms easily sleep a family of four, with well-stocked kitchens and even a washer-dryer to take care of holiday laundry.
    More info
    These recommendations were updated on November 13, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.

    From this Article

    Cookies Policy

    We and our partners use cookies to better understand your needs, improve performance and provide you with personalised content and advertisements. To allow us to provide a better and more tailored experience please click "OK"