The Best Romantic Hotels in Las Vegas
With countless wedding chapels, fine-dining restaurants, and luxurious hotel suites, Las Vegas is America’s capital of romance | Courtesy of the Westin Lake Las Vegas Resort and Spa / Expedia
Nicknamed the wedding capital of the world, around 300 couples get hitched in Las Vegas every single day. This is a city that loves people in love, whether you’ve just met on the dance floor or are here for your honeymoon. Couple up at these hotels to make the most of their candlelit restaurants, cozy cocktail bars and dazzling hotel suites.
The Cromwell Las Vegas Hotel and Casino
Boutique Hotel, Resort, Casino Hotel
4/5 (934 Reviews)
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From $104 Per night per room
If the city’s mega-hotels leave you cold, the Cromwell offers an intimate alternative with its sensuous decor and adult-only boutique approach. Swoon-worthy rooms are inspired by Parisian apartments, with deep berry colors, dark leather, antique furnishings and hardwood floors. If you can bear to leave, there’s a darkly seductive basement lounge, a rooftop pool club and a luxe Italian restaurant from TV chef Giada De Laurentiis. The real-time, 24/7 text-message concierge will sort out any other reservations or requests, so you can focus on enjoying yourself.
The Palazzo at the Venetian Las Vegas
Resort, Hotel, Luxury
4.6/5 (7661 Reviews)
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From $172 Per night per room
There could hardly be anywhere more romantic in Vegas than a hotel complex dedicated to the Italian city of love. The Palazzo is connected to its more famous neighbor, the Venetian, but swaps its copycat Italian attractions for a more sophisticated take on European luxury. Marble, glass domes and water features convey a grand palatial air, and lovestruck guests will be equally smitten by the glamorous pool area, all-suite accommodation and one of the largest day spas in the world.
Bellagio Hotel and Casino
Resort, Casino Hotel, Hotel
4.2/5 (11495 Reviews)
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From $202 Per night per room
Expect to be wowed by the Bellagio, famous for its magical dancing fountains that have become the most iconic sight in the city. With nearly 20 restaurants, including several fine-dining options, a fine art gallery and the hotel’s own exquisite botanical gardens, there’s little reason to leave the hotel at all. Luckily, the chic but suitably opulent rooms make it easy to hunker down, with breathtaking fountain or garden views, lavish marble bathrooms and even cashmere mattresses.
4.1/5 (8403 Reviews)
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From $89 Per night per room
If you crave an exotic break in the sun but your other half prefers the lure of the city, the Mirage settles the argument. The tropical-themed complex feels like a blissful escape from the Strip’s bright lights, with a stunning pool area with its own waterfall, secluded gardens and private cabanas. When you need a little more excitement, the hotel has some of the best live shows in town, an intimate piano lounge and even its very own volcano, exploding hourly every night.
Wynn Las Vegas
Resort, Casino Hotel, Golf Hotel, Hotel
4.6/5 (3955 Reviews)
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From $253 Per night per room
A dreamy wonderland of gleaming gold decor, marble and enchanting flower displays, the Wynn radiates romance from the moment you check in. Rooms come with plush robes and oversized baths as well as beds facing the floor-to-ceiling windows, so you can snuggle up and watch the sunrise over the city. Candle-lit dinners are a doddle, too: Costa di Mare serves fresh seafood flown in daily at its very own lagoon, while Wing Lei was the first Chinese restaurant in the US to earn a Michelin star.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Casino Hotel, Hotel
4.6/5 (9369 Reviews)
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From $198 Per night per room
Younger couples looking for a personal touch and a party atmosphere will be in heaven at the Cosmopolitan. Originally designed as residential property, the hotel’s rooms feel more like private apartments and feature sensual modern art, glossy black marble bathrooms and iPad-controlled lighting. Suites come with extras including Jacuzzi baths and private terraces. Spend your days posing at the adult-only pool club
, where artisan cocktails, handmade sushi and guest DJs conjure a gloriously decadent air.
The Signature at MGM Grand
4.4/5 (2384 Reviews)
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From $156 Per night per room
For privacy, peace and maybe even proposals, this all-suite hotel close to the enormous MGM Grand fits the bill perfectly. There is no casino or nightclub on-site, but the spacious, soundproofed suites are more than enough to impress with whirlpool spa baths, cloud-soft king-size beds and full kitchenettes, as well as room service on demand. Of course, if you do have reason to celebrate, the stylish bars and world-class restaurants of the MGM Grand are right next door.
The Westin Lake Las Vegas Resort and Spa
Chain Hotel, Luxury
4.2/5 (984 Reviews)
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From $225 Per night per room
It may be just a short drive from the neon lights of the Strip, but the peaceful Westin Lake Resort is a dream destination for a quiet, loved-up weekend away. Set on the banks of glossy Lake Las Vegas, the hotel offers bike rentals, jogging trails, an Aveda spa and a heated outdoor pool, while kayaking, windsurfing and sailing are available on the lake. There’s no casino or nightclub, but dinner à deux can be enjoyed at the award-winning steak and sushi restaurant, Marssa.
Paris Las Vegas
4/5 (11876 Reviews)
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From $104 Per night per room
It’s the stuff of romantic fantasies: cobbled streets lined with cafes and crêperies, dramatic fountains and the illuminated Eiffel Tower looming overhead. Though this may not be Paris itself, Sin City’s take on the most amorous city in the world is a charming tribute, with a replica of the Arc de Triomphe, a luxurious spa and several fine-dining restaurants. Rooms have grandiose Versailles-inspired decor, while flamboyant suites come with whirlpool tubs, chandeliers or even a baby grand piano.
These recommendations were updated on June 28, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.