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Best Hotels and Resorts in Vegas

No matter how many times you make the trip to The Strip, it’s unlikely you’ll have the same experience twice. Boredom is better left at home because you won’t find that here. Our resorts in Vegas are designed in a way to ensure a one-of-a-kind experience every single time. It’s not so much about what you have planned for Vegas, but what Vegas has planned for you. Find out what this shortlist of favorite stays has in store.

  • The Luxurious Resort on The Strip

    From the moment you walk into the Bellagio, the sophisticated appeal is apparent. It’s the epitome of elegance, class, and refinement. A walk through the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden is like entering an enchanted secret garden, which changes themes seasonally, and is a must-see on The Strip. Outside, the iconic Fountains of Bellagio draw millions to the sidewalks for its scheduled, musical light show. At the Bellagio, live in luxury, if only temporarily, in one of the well-appointed suites. Spacious lounge areas and fountain view availability will have you flying high during your trip to Sin City.

    ARIA Resort & Casino is a stunning AAA Five Diamond resort featuring spectacular amenities, striking architecture and art. The resort is home to restaurants by award-winning chefs and in-room touch screen technologies. A must-try is newly opened, CATCH, the globally inspired, seafood-centric hotspot featuring a surreal, 80-foot-long tunnel-like pergola, offset by twinkling trellises and colorful blooming walls. It almost feels like stepping into a secret garden or hidden world. Experience the Resort Club Lounge, where guests can enjoy daily social hour with complimentary wine and champagne, gourmet bites throughout the day, pre-arrival concierge to assist with all those little details, high-floor accommodations and business services.

  • The New Resorts In Town

    Steps away from T-Mobile Arena and the Park outdoor entertainment space is Park MGM Las Vegas, located in the heart of all there is to do on the Las Vegas Strip. Its rooms are a blend of modern and classic design, each with a curated art gallery and plenty of space to entertain. We recommend you try Best Friend that features a Korean-Mexican fusion menu with vibrant interiors by notable Los Angeles chef, Roy Choi. Park MGM also boasts the Eataly Las Vegas, the largest Italian marketplace with restaurants, in the world, offering guests the opportunity to eat, shop, and learn their way through one of the greatest cuisines in the world under a single roof.

    Also recently debuting on The Strip, is NoMad Hotel Las Vegas, located on the top four floors within Park MGM. Each of the 293 rooms and suites at NoMad Las Vegas are residential in feel and decorated in a timeless style with a distinct New York sensibility. Serving dinner nightly, the NoMad Restaurant menu celebrates American classics complemented by large-format dishes for two. The NoMad Bar is an all-day restaurant, offering breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late night; perfect for a cocktail and a snack or a more substantial meal.

  • The Original Resort on The Strip

    For years, the magic of Siegfried & Roy at The Mirage dazzled crowds with acts featuring their famed white tigers. The show has since ceased, but their spirit lives on at Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat. Guests can get up close and personal in the world of wild animals, including bottlenose dolphins, lions, leopards, and of course, white tigers. Be a trainer for a day or do yoga with the dolphins. The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil show is one of the most sought after acts in Vegas and R&B super group Boyz II Men continues their run at the Terry Fator Theatre. Finally, a Strip trip wouldn’t be complete without witnessing the outdoor volcano eruption, still in action, and scheduled nightly.

  • The Vacation within a Vegas Vacation Resort

    With architecture and decor that mimics the streets of NYC, this Big Apple casino pays homage to the fast pace of the East Coast with a thrill ride as its central attraction. The Roller Coaster at New York-New York has a 144-foot drop and races along at speeds up to 67 mph. Spend some time at the legendary Coyote Ugly, where you might be asked to break down your best dance moves on top of the bar. The next night head to Zumanity, a risqué burlesque and cabaret show part of the Cirque du Soleil lineup of performances that has a more erotic, sensual twist on the traditional acrobatics. At the end of the day, relax in the comfort of your Park Avenue Room, Player’s Suite, or go big with a Penthouse stay with the amenities deserving of every VIP.

  • The All Day (and Night) Party Resort on The Strip

    It’s easy to spot the emerald shimmer of MGM Grand even from a plane high above the city. Experience cabana life at its finest and book a spot to stretch out near the 6.5 acres of space that houses 4 swimming pools, 3 whirlpools, waterfalls, and a lazy river. Later, go full throttle at Hakkasan, the premiere nightlife venue at MGM Grand, which hosts regulars DJ Calvin Harris, DJ Tiesto, and DJ Steve Aoki among others. After the last record has been spun, recharge in one of the Stay Well rooms, which includes amenities focused on maximizing your health and wellness, such as an air purification system, aromatherapy, vitamin C shower infuser, and other technologies and advancements.

Best of the Best Resorts in Las Vegas

These hotel and resorts top “best of” lists worldwide but is only a sample of the kind of experience you can find in Las Vegas. It’s all about customized accommodation where even the grandest wishes can come true. Take advantage of all that’s offered at the desert’s urban playground. Schedule a stay at one of these top spots or another MGM Resorts destinations soon.

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