The Best Hotels on the Las Vegas Strip

Caesars Palace attracts both travelers and residents with its solid mix of upscale and affordable entertainment, dining and gaming options
Caesars Palace attracts both travelers and residents with its solid mix of upscale and affordable entertainment, dining and gaming options | Courtesy of Caesars Palace / Expedia
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14 May 2021

With over 42 million visitors each year, it’s no surprise Las Vegas has some of the world’s best hotels. The big names on the Strip are as iconic as Sin City itself, with fine-dining restaurants, hedonistic nightclubs, giant pool complexes, aquariums, art galleries and all-night casinos just a stroll from your bedroom. Whether you’re traveling with a party-loving group of friends or searching for a loved-up break for two, Vegas has the hotel of your dreams.

The Mirage Hotel & Casino

Casino Hotel
4.1/5 (8502 Reviews)
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From $64 Per night per room
Want the 24-hour bustle of a city break but with some well-earned R&R? The Mirage is the solution, with its tropical-themed complex offering a retreat from the Strip’s non-stop stimulation. Head to the pool and you could be on an exotic island, with its own waterfall, tranquil gardens and private cabanas where cold drinks are delivered as you snooze. Elsewhere, the hotel has a range of top restaurants, big-name live shows, a secret garden with leopards and white tigers and, of course, its very own volcano that explodes every night.
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Caesars Palace - Resort & Casino

Casino Hotel, Hotel
4/5 (7818 Reviews)
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From $93 Per night per room
Arguably the best-known hotel in Las Vegas, this 1960s property is renowned for its star-studded history when the likes of Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr and Dean Martin were regulars. It is just as extravagant now, with a shopping mall, cocktail garden, nightclub, cigar bar and a vast array of dining options, including the world’s first Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen restaurant. The casino is one of the city’s best too, and even the giant pool complex has four swim-up blackjack tables.
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Luxor Hotel and Casino

Resort, Budget Hotel, Casino Hotel
3.8/5 (21360 Reviews)
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You can’t miss the Luxor at the South end of the Strip. Easily identifiable thanks to its soaring black pyramid, the hotel is a flamboyant tribute to ancient Egypt with themed murals, artwork and statues at every turn. There’s nothing outdated about the amenities though, which include the lavish Nurture Spa, a gigantic 19,000sqft (1765sqm) pool complex, several restaurants and some of the Strip’s longest-running shows including one by the Blue Man Group.
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New York-New York Hotel & Casino

Casino Hotel
4.1/5 (10351 Reviews)
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From $47 Per night per room
The bright lights of the big city meet the even brighter lights of Sin City at this Big Apple-themed hotel where you will never be bored. Take in the replica sights including the Statue of Liberty and the Brooklyn Bridge, head to the video games arcade or down a pint in the huge pub, built in Ireland then shipped in its entirety to Vegas. Prefer something a little more high-octane? You can always ride the hotel’s very own rollercoaster.
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Park MGM Las Vegas

Resort, Casino Hotel, Hotel, Luxury
4/5 (4309 Reviews)
Park MGM Las Vegas
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From $45 Per night per room
If gimmicks and themes aren’t your thing, this newly refurbished resort will offer you a more refined Vegas experience. Unwind by one of three pools, book in for a massage at the spa or check out the specially curated art, including works by David Hockney and Henrique Oliveira. When hunger hits, head to the largest Italian marketplace with restaurants in the world for more than a dozen Italian cafes, gelaterias and pizzerias.
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Flamingo Las Vegas - Hotel & Casino

3.7/5 (15444 Reviews)
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From $33 Per night per room
This glitzy big-name spot was a Vegas icon long before most other hotels had even welcomed their first guest. First opened in 1941, the property has been recently refurbished but is still deliciously retro with flamingos everywhere you look and bright pops of neon pink. There are real-life flamingoes in the gardens outside too, plus a family-friendly food court and Beach Club Pool and an adults-only Go Pool, with top-name DJs and raucous parties.
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The Cromwell

Boutique Hotel, Resort, Casino Hotel
4/5 (926 Reviews)
The Cromwell
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From $87 Per night per room
Try something a little different and swap the big-name Vegas hotels for the Strip’s first standalone boutique hotel for adults only. Even the rooms have a plush, grown-up feel with dark leather, hardwood floors, antique furnishings and deep berry accents inspired by Parisian apartments. Elsewhere, there’s a rooftop pool club, a swish Italian restaurant from TV chef Giada De Laurentiis, an intimate basement lounge and a digital concierge service for anything else you need.
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Resort, Casino Hotel, Hotel
4.2/5 (11633 Reviews)
Courtesy of Bellagio / Expedia
From $172 Per night per room
A must-visit for every Vegas tourist thanks to its famous dancing fountains, the Bellagio is a treat to stay in, too. Check-in and there’s barely any need to leave the hotel again thanks to a mammoth casino, spectacular botanic gardens, an art gallery, lakefront views and excellent theatre shows. When it’s time to eat, choose from nearly 20 impressive restaurants including fine-dining Picasso, where you will be served dinner in front of bonafide masterpieces from the celebrated artist himself.
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  • Mandalay Bay Resort And Casino

    Casino Hotel, Hotel
    4.1/5 (11340 Reviews)
    Mandalay Bay
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    From $76 Per night per room
    Easily bored? This fun-packed hotel and casino on the Strip is rammed with activities and entertainment. Think a shark reef aquarium home to over 2,000 animals, a 12,000-seater sports and concert arena, shows from the likes of Cirque du Soleil, a music hall, a beach club, an Irish pub, a nightclub and even an ice bar. Phew. If you need a lie down to recover, hotfoot it to the hotel’s own sandy beach with a wave pool, lazy river and lagoon.
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    ARIA Resort & Casino

    Resort, Casino Hotel
    4.3/5 (7479 Reviews)
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    From $123 Per night per room
    For pampering plus partying, there’s nowhere better on the Strip than the ARIA Resort, a curved high-rise with a major wow factor. Inside, there’s a high-end casino, an extensive fine art collection, a patisserie, a light-filled lobby and an adults-only pool lounge. Wind down in the enormous 80,000sqft (7,432sqm) spa with infinity-edged therapy pool, outdoor whirlpool, salt room and heated Japanese Ganbanyoku beds designed to eliminate toxins, soothe muscles and speed metabolism.
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    The Venetian Resort Las Vegas

    Casino Hotel, Hotel
    4.5/5 (17595 Reviews)
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    From $132 Per night per room
    No expense has been spared recreating the Italian city of love in this gloriously decadent hotel. All rooms are suites, there’s marble as far as the eye can see, vaulted ceilings, a replica of the Sistine Chapel and Doge Palace and even its own Grand Canal where guests are serenaded by opera-singing gondoliers. Even the two-acre pool deck has Italianate sculptures, elegant columns and four year-round heated pools for an idyllic taste of la dolce vita.
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    The Signature at MGM Grand

    4.5/5 (2504 Reviews)
    The Signature at MGM Grand
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    From $120 Per night per room
    Guarantee quiet nights at this sophisticated all-suite hotel next to the colossal MGM Grand. It’s a great choice for anyone wanting to spread out and escape the parties and casinos of other hotels on the Strip. Soundproofed suites still have ample Vegas luxe though, with whirlpool spa baths, full kitchenettes and plush king-size beds. Room service, a deli, coffee shop and a heated outdoor pool with drinks delivery will guarantee you don’t have to lift a finger, or you can head next door to sample MGM Grand’s restaurants and bars.
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