Las Vegas hotels are known for promising you the sun, moon, and stars. The best thing about Vegas is that most of the hotels actually fulfill the claims they make. This means you can expect delectable food, beds that you can sink into, top-class service, casinos (Ka-ching!), pool parties, theater shows, concerts, and so much more! Before you embark on your trip to this desert paradise, you will have to book your Las Vegas hotels in advance. Most hotels have sweet deals on offer, even for last-minute travelers.
Choosing one from the many Las Vegas hotels may sound like a tough task, especially if you can’t see through the marketing gimmicks that hotels generally employ. Of course, top-notch hotels such as the Bellagio with its glorious Dancing Waters fountain show, and the Venetian with its gondoliers and Grand Canal are options that have proven their worth time and time again. But what about trying something new? If you want to do something you’ve never done before, what better place to do it than Las Vegas? Welcome to the newest and trendiest hotels on The Strip!
The erstwhile famous Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas shut shop in 2011 leaving the north end of the Strip looking forlorn. SLS Hotel and Casino has stepped into this void, and how! Opened to the public in August 2014, the SLS has fast become one of the most iconic Las Vegas hotels. Guests can choose from the 1,600 rooms spread across three towers – World, Lux, and Story. Each tower offers a unique theme and top-class amenities. With great restaurant options such as Bazaar Meat by Jose Andres, Cleo, and Katsuya by Starck, the SLS packs a veritable punch. Dance the night away at the LiFE, Foxtail, or The Sayers Club, or let the chips fall where they may at the 50,000 sq. ft. SLS casino. The hotel also offers a day and night pool party club, Beach LiFE, that will give you something to talk about with the folks back home for years to come.
Room prices start as low as USD 100 for the basic rooms. The hotel also provides VIP accommodations.
2014 also saw the latest addition to the Mandalay Bay complex kick off. The Delano All-Suite Hotel is like nothing you’ve seen in Las Vegas before. Why? Aimed at satisfying the needs of sophisticated travelers, the Delano hotel is completely smoke-free and gaming-free. Furthermore, the hotel has no basic rooms at all. Each and every accommodation option at the Delano is a suite, boasting one bedroom, a master bath, private living area, and a guest room. This hotel is pet-friendly so you don’t have to leave your furry friends behind. Catch the Michael Jackson ONE show, lounge at the Franklin bar, dine at top restaurants like Della’s Kitchen and miX at Delano, or simply enjoy your day at the private Delano pool – there is much to look forward to at this sophisticated Las Vegas hotel. Of course, if you do want to gamble, casinos are not too far away – it is, after all, Las Vegas! You can access the Toptional beach-side casino or visit the adjoining Mandalay Bay hotel to try your hand at the slots or tables.
Off-season suite prices start as low as $120 at this Mojave desert-inspired hotel.
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