Best Hotels in Las Vegas for Business, Bachelor Parties, and More

In Sin City, the biggest mistake you can make is booking a bad hotel. Seriously, you can’t toss a roulette without getting into a first class hotel, even if you’re outside the strip. However, for every great hotel, there is also a not-so-great hotel waiting for your misleading reservation. Don’t be fooled by their mirage: you can even book incredible hotels on the cheap in Las Vegas, given the wealth of competition.

So whether you’re passing through town on a bachelor trip, a couple’s getaway, a conference, a prom, a leisurely getaway, or a gun wedding, there’s a hotel with your name on it (somewhere in the bottom line, though, Since then the names in the spotlights tend to be Wynn, Waldorf, and Caesar). A list of the best hotels in Las Vegas is your surest gamble on your next visit through the city.

Best Las Vegas Hotels for Business, Bachelor Party, or Venetian Wedding

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1. Best Luxury Hotel in Las Vegas: The Palazzo Las Vegas

Towering above the Venetian Resort and Convention Center complex, you’ll find one of Vegas’ most impressive and luxurious properties: The Palazzo. There are only suites here—about 1,000 square feet—and detailed with marble bathrooms, sunken living quarters, plus glowing views of the city (after all, it’s the tallest building in the state, and the most spacious in the US too, with nearly 7 million cubic feet). ). A two-story waterfall welcomes visitors in the lobby. The stately architecture of Italy recalls the ancient world at its most opulent.

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2. Best Boutique Hotel in Las Vegas: The Cromwell

A lot of Vegas hospitality is standardized, given the huge parent companies that run such large scale hotels. On the other hand, The Cromwell was the city’s first independent boutique hotel, fitting if not exceeding the luxury and attention of the big players. (It’s part of the Caesars network, after all.) It hosts Drai’s nightclub and superb Italian restaurant Giada, the latter from Mrs. De Laurentiis herself. The Cromwell is also pet-friendly, for those who value 5-star hospitality for four-legged owners.

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3. Best Luxury Small Hotel in Las Vegas: Nobu Hotel Las Vegas

The expanding Nobu chain of hotels began at Caesars Palace in 2013. Gilded details and modern art give the property a Japanese-inspired vibe, while the seven on-site pools help give it a grandiose luxury streak. Best of all, you have direct access (plus the option of room service) to Nobu Restaurant, which is supervised by celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa.

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4. Best Design Hotel in Las Vegas: The NoMad Las Vegas

With the ‘residential comfort of a European home’, NoMad pays attention to every design detail, while honoring the beauty of the desert and the City of Lights (i.e. Vegas, not Paris). The combination of Vegas charm and New York sensibility gives its rooms and public spaces plenty for Instagrams to post about — this casino’s Tiffany glass ceiling, for starters…

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5. Best Las Vegas Hotel Pool: Mandalay Bay Beach

Mandalay Bay Beach in Mandalay Bay boasts the city’s best adult-friendly water park, and an 11-acre beach-lined oasis in the Nevadan Desert. Rent a relaxing cabana for the day, or do the same in the lazy river or lounge lagoon. The 1.6 million-gallon wave pool is an attraction in its own right, as are the beach bodies that line each pool’s perimeter.

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JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa

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6. Best Resort in Las Vegas: JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa

In Vegas, pretty much every hotel is a resort, given the breadth of the offerings. But the JW Marriott in the Summerlin area of ​​Vegas might win the top prize thanks to its secluded nature along the TPC Las Vegas golf course, with Red Rock Canyon as the backdrop. Take a break from the bustle of the Strip (a 30-minute drive west), enjoy a spa treatment or an afternoon among the property’s waterfalls, river, koi ponds, and hiking trails. This oasis connects all three of the resort’s towers, hubs that like the kind of resort escape you’re used to.

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7. Best Budget Hotel in Las Vegas: El Cortez

The “original icon of downtown Las Vegas,” El Cortez is 80 years old and still family-run (it also has one of the few remaining family-run casinos in town). It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places – the only casino with such distinction. Despite that historic nature, El Cortez is still modern with its southwestern décor, its latest overhaul in 2019. As imaginative and timeless, El Cortez remains affordable, and gives you a nice change of pace from the heart of a frenetic strip.

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Virgin Las Vegas Hotels

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8. Best Gay & Transgender Friendly Hotel in Las Vegas: Virgin Hotels Las Vegas

Virgin is located inside Paradise, an unincorporated area that is not technically Las Vegas, although both are roommates in Clark County. The newly redesigned Virgin is in the center of LGBTQ, with the right balance of liveliness, flair and cheekiness that ensures you’re not in a chic hotel outside the strip – though, for convenience, you’re pretty close to the strip.

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9. Best Casino Hotel in Las Vegas: South Point Hotel and Casino

Take it from the locals: They’re streaming into South Point, for their 2,200+ video poker slots and machines, along with over 60 casino table games. Watch the game on any of two different wall sized TVs or plasma TVs around the sports book. And despite being just a 15-minute drive from the Strip, South Pointe has over 2,100 rooms on its 4-star property, proving that if you build the best casino in Vegas, they’ll come.

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Las Vegas Vdara Hotel & Spa

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10. Best Casino-Free Hotel in Las Vegas: Las Vegas Vdara Hotel & Spa

Casinos are almost entirely in Vegas, but some travelers may want to retire to their homes for the evening without the sound of slot machines or even the crowds that come with them. Vdara has all the benefits of a standard gold star hotel, but in Vegas it feels like a fish out of the water with no casino. It’s a 3 star property that looks like a 4 (how many 3 star hotels have a spa, poolside cabanas, and luxury suits?). The level of hospitality is very high in Vegas, and Vdara competes against the best by choosing its amenities smartly.

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