With cheap flights to Las Vegas with Netflights.com there is guaranteed to be plenty left over in the budget to splash out on your Las Vegas hotel. Sin City is home to some of the best hotels and resorts in the world so how does one choose where to stay when there’s so much choice? This guide to the top five Las Vegas hotels aims to help you make that decision and get the most out of your Las Vegas holiday.
Opened in 2005, Steve Wynn’s latest luxury hotel venture is one of the newest and most luxurious resorts on The Strip. The five-star Wynn Las Vegas is a super luxury resort with a 614 foot gleaming bronze tower at the centre of its 215 acres. In addition to the 2,716 room hotel, the complex is home to an 111,000 sq foot casino, a convention centre and also boasts over 75,000 sq foot of retails space – home to luxurious boutiques including Chanel and Luis Vuitton. The resort houses original works of art by Picasso and Van Gogh and even has its own Tom Fazio designed golf course, a unique feature for a hotel located on The Strip. The Wynn’s oversized contemporary rooms offer a stylish base of your Las Vegas adventure and many have floor-to-ceiling windows ensuring fantastic views of the Las Vegas skyline.
The Wynn, Las Vegas is available from £44 pppn through Netflights.com
Famous for its spectacular dancing fountains, the award winning Bellagio Hotel and Casino is inspired by the Lake Como resort of the same name in Italy. From the moment guests enter the hotel and are greeted by the Fiori di Como, a 2,000sq foot glass sculpture by artist Dale Chihuly which covers the lobby ceiling, they know they have arrived at one of Las Vegas’ finest and most luxurious hotels. In addition the Fountains of Bellagio, the resort is the home of Cirque du Soliel’s acclaimed aquatic feature “O”, The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art and the Bank Nightclub, ensuring guests are never short of entertainment. When it opened in 1998, The Bellagio was the most expensive hotel ever built and it remains a favourite with regular and first time visitors alike.
The Bellagio, Las Vegas is available from £111 pppn through Netflights.com
With its polished marble floors, roman columns and spectacular domed ceilings, The Venetian is a worthy tribute to Italian opulence and luxury. Guests could easily spend their entire Las Vegas holiday holed up here, exploring the Grand Canal shops by day and sampling the various gourmet restaurants by night. With over 8,000 rooms and suites, along with The Sands Convention Centre and the Palazzo Hotel and Casinio, the Venetian is part of the largest five-star hotel and resort complex in the world. Guests can even take a gondola trip around the resorts network of indoor canals, stopping to marvel at the life size replica of St. Mark’s Campanile in Venice.
The Venetian, Las Vegas is available from £50 pppn through Netflights.com
THE hotel at Mandalay Bay
A “hotel within a hotel’ THEhotel at Mandalay Bay is a newer standalone tower at the Mandalay Bay Resort. All of this properties 1,117 “suite style” rooms are huge at over 750 sq feet and ooze sophistication in their furnishings. Like The Bellagio, THEhotel is owned and operated by MGM Resorts International and guests will be similarly impressed with the hotels luxurious if more understated design. A top attraction at THEhotel is acclaimed chef Alain Ducasse’s restaurant, MiX which is located on the top floor offering spectacular views of almost all of The Strip.
THEhotel at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas is available from £79 pppn through Netflights.com
Possibly one of the most iconic hotels in Las Vegas, the 3,348 room Roman Empire themed resort has played host to countless celebrities since it opened in 1966. Canadian singer/songwriter Celine Dion has a permanent show at Caesar’s and the resort has play host a variety of global super stars including Elton John, Cher and Bette Midler. The Garden-of-the-Gods pool and recreation area which is complete with Roman statues and marble columns gives guests a great place to relax before gambling the night away in elegant style in the hotel’s world-class casino.
Caesars Palace, Las Vegas is available from £44 per person per night through.
Via EPR Network
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