The Best Vacation Rental Apartments in Las Vegas

You dont have to sacrifice amenities like pools when you book a vacation rental in Vegas
You don't have to sacrifice amenities like pools when you book a vacation rental in Vegas | Courtesy of Palms Place / Expedia
Emilie Hall

For more subdued stays in Sin City, opt for an aparthotel – they’re often much quieter than the larger resorts and casinos, but you’ll still get all the amenities of a hotel, plus the freedom of a private residence. Fancy a hot tub on your private balcony? Need to keep the whole family entertained? Or maybe you’re looking for a welcoming studio to call home near the Strip. Whatever you’re after, our pick of best vacation rentals in Las Vegas, Nevada has got you covered – and they’re all bookable with Culture Trip.

1. The Berkley Las Vegas


In pool loungers and palm trees surround a pool next to a high-rise building in Las Vegas.
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South of the Strip and within walking distance of the Silverton Casino, the Berkley is an 18-story, high-rise building with a selection of supremely comfortable studios and one- and two-bedroom condominiums. Each suite has a kitchen, a living and dining area, and a few are specially adapted for wheelchair users. You’ll be just a short drive from the Strip’s casinos, restaurants and nightclubs – plus you can catch a shuttle to the Miracle Mile shops at Planet Hollywood. Or just stay put to enjoy the pool, hot tub and barbecue area in the sun.

2. Tahiti Village Resort & Spa


An expansive pool area wit mock-beaches is surrounded by vacation apartment buildings.
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This Tahitian-themed, family-friendly stay has its own mini water park: there’s a man-made beach, waterfall features, a volleyball court and, best of all, a heated lazy river so kids – and the young at heart – can bob along to their heart’s content. Just a few miles from the Strip, the all-suite resort has accommodation options to suit groups of up to eight people. Other facilities at these vacation rentals in Las Vegas include a gym, a spa, a family-friendly arcade, a grocery store and two options for casual dining on site: 17° South has an island-inspired menu, and Denny’s serves up authentic diner meals.

3. TownePlace Suites by Marriott Las Vegas City Center

Serviced Apartment, Chain Hotel

A luxurious seating area surrounds a firepit under a pergola stringed with festoon lights.
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Balance business and pleasure at these stay-longer suites, just six minutes by car from the airport. There are options for solo travelers, couples or groups of up to four people, and each suite has a full-sized kitchen and a desk. There’s also an outdoor swimming pool, a 24-hour gym, a mini-market for snacks and a daily continental breakfast buffet to set you up for a day of sightseeing. Whether you’re a sports fan or not, catching a game at T-Mobile Arena or Allegiant Stadium – both close by – is a must.

4. Tahiti All-Suite Resort


A curved pool with sun loungers arranged around its perimeter and vacation apartments behind them.
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This family-friendly, all-suite resort brings a touch of the South Pacific to Nevada with its thatched porte-cochère and swaying palms by the pools. There are smaller studios that come equipped with a mini-fridge, a microwave and a coffee maker, but for more home comforts you can opt for the one-bedroom suites that sleep up to four, or the two-bedroom suites which sleep six and offer a full-sized kitchen with a dishwasher. Take advantage of the daily shuttle service to the Strip – it takes about 10 minutes – and the concierge who can help with everything from Cirque du Soleil tickets to guided tours of the Grand Canyon.

5. Marriott's Grand Chateau

Chain Hotel

A twin room looks out over the Las Vegas Strip.
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Just a block away from the excitement of the Strip, this family-friendly aparthotel has hundreds of vacation apartments in Las Vegas to suit solo travelers, couples or groups of up to 12 people. Each one has a full-sized kitchen and dining table for homely nights in. When you’re not exploring the bright lights of Vegas, you could hit the on-site gym for a workout before cooling off in the pool. There’s a well-stocked market where you can pick up provisions, ready-made meals and Starbucks coffee. Or head to SkyBar 38, the hotel’s rooftop cocktail lounge with amazing views of the city, while little ones run riot in the children’s activity area.

6. Luxury Suites International at the Signature

Casino Hotel

The MGM Grand hotel can be seen in the background from this pool area fringed by palm trees.
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Within the grounds of the famous MGM Grand, Luxury Suites International provides non-stop excitement in the middle of the Vegas Strip – yet also the tranquillity of a non-gaming, gated community. Amenities include free valet parking, a gym, a 24-hour concierge, late-night room service and a cocktail lounge with daily happy hour specials. Suites can sleep couples and groups of four in king-size beds, and boast a whirlpool bathtub and a fully equipped kitchen with Sub-Zero appliances.

7. Club De Soleil All-Suite Resort


The exterior car port and driveway of an aprthotel is flanked by palm trees.
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Find faded European romance in the heart of Las Vegas at this family-friendly resort inspired by grand Mediterranean mansions – you’ll be seduced by the marble floors, wrought-iron balconies and jaunty striped yellow awnings. Choose from a studio, a one-bedroom suite or a two-bedroom suite – which can sleep up to six. Then proceed at a leisurely pace befitting a lady or gentleman of the Golden Age: play minigolf, practice your forehand on the green tennis court and swim leisurely laps in the pool – all before sipping a well-earned aperitif in the hot tub.

8. Palms Place

Boutique Hotel

A large hotel suite with seating area overlooking the Las Vegas Strip.
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Within the world-famous Palms Resort complex – a mile off the main Strip – Palms Place is the more sedate sister with its own pool, spa, hammam and gym. Everything is sleek and sultry here: there’s dark wood, low lighting and leather everywhere. Each of the spacious suites sleeps two, whereas Penthouse D and Penthouse E can each sleep four and benefit from balcony jacuzzis. When you’re ready to bet big on the Blackjack table or indulge in some neon-hued nightlife, just pop next door to the Palms. Or, take advantage of the concierge who can assist with hard-to-get reservations and maybe even get you beyond the red rope in the most exclusive clubs.

9. Polo Towers by Diamond Resorts


An aerial view of the rooftop pool deck at the Polo Towers by Diamond Resorts
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Smack bang in the center of the Strip, you can immerse yourself in everything Sin City has to offer from this luxurious launchpad. Las Vegas vacation home options here range from studios to two-bedroom suites. The wow-worthy rooftop pool is everything Las Vegas dreams are made of – it’s lined on all sides by stylish blue cabanas and sun loungers, and overlooked by skyscrapers. The morning after a big night out, you can atone for your sins in the gym or take a more passive approach by indulging in a toxin-banishing massage at the spa.

10. Stay Together Suites 2BD2BA Apartment


Pool cabanas line the pool area and other seating arrangements
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The dancing fountains of the Bellagio and the sophisticated cocktails at the Cosmopolitan are the perfect neighbors for this apartment. These Las Vegas holiday apartment’s amenities alone will seduce you: three outdoor pools, a sauna and full-service spa. If you’re in the apartment for long, it’ll only be to snack on leftovers in the kitchen or freshen up for a night on the Strip. Aria, Planet Hollywood and Bally’s are among the other close casinos that won’t require a cab ride.

Nick Dauk contributed additional reporting to this article.

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