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Where to Stay For a Las Vegas Vacation

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Las Vegas has its fair share of monikers—the Entertainment Capital of the World, the City of Lights, and even the Sin City because of its thrilling glitz and glamor. Whichever you want to call it, all of these destinations mean one thing: a multitude of day trips from Las Vegas each year. In 2017, Las Vegas was visited by 39.01 million people. This is one reason why Las Vegas’ businesses thrive, especially the hotels and other lodging areas around The Strip.

The Strip is a world famous stretch of diverse attractions and home to a range of classy high rise towers in Las Vegas. Below is a rundown of some of the best ones you can book for your trip:

Bellagio Hotel

Brimming with inspiration from Lake Como in Bellagio, Italy, this hotel emanates an archaic but cozy European flavor with its architecture and furnishing. Room features include master bedrooms, sitting rooms, minibars, flat-screen TVs, electric drapes, and grand bathrooms.

Swimming pools, day spas, restaurants are available, all enriched by the place’s exquisite design and ambiance. Of course you cannot forget the popular Bellagio Fountains, the prime reason why many choose to stay here.

Aria Suites

Aria Suites is a modern and chic high-rise tower with 4, 004 delicately designed rooms with grand bed areas, minibars, entertainment rooms, soaking tubs, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Some of the great highlights of the hotel are the outdoor pools, hot tubs, spa services, and the 150,000 square feet casino.

Trump International Hotel

This hotel is a glittering 64-story tower located on Fashion Show Drive in the Las Vegas Strip. Suites here have opulent bedrooms, spa tubs, kitchenettes, full entertainment centers, and sitting areas. You can even purchase a Trump Hotel Suite for your own!

You can also experience their grand pool areas, full spa services with nine treatment rooms, private gym, and the DJT, the hotel’s signature restaurant that serves American cuisine that will satisfy every taste bud.

The Venetian

Best known for its emulation of the Grand Canal from Italy, The Venetian is a five-diamond hotel that highlights its suites and commercial outlets. Its units consist of spacious rooms, marble private baths with soaking tubs, and richly embellished sitting areas.

Aside from the famous gondola ride with singing boatmen, The Venetian is also a capital of retail stores, its Grand Canal Shoppes houses 80 boutiques. A vast range of restaurants can also be found within the hotel, offering Asian, American, and Italian cuisines. There are also 10 outdoor pools that will fill your yearning for water dipping.

The Signature at MGM Grand

Part of the expansion of MGM Resorts International is The Signature at MGM Grand, a three tower complex composed of 576 captivating suites which you can rent or own. All units here have remarkable master bedrooms, fully equipped kitchens, balcony options, whirlpool tubs, and more.

There are large swimming pool areas in every tower, as well as a restaurant, a lounge bar with wide selection of cuisine and drinks, and on-site services such as spa and other concierge services. Since it is not a casino hotel, The Signature at MGM Grand is ideal for people looking for respite from the heavy pace of the city.

The Cosmopolitan

One of the recent offerings of The Strip, the Cosmopolitan is a high-rise condo that radiates sleekness and smartness on its design and amenities. There are 3,041 rooms available with quality bedrooms, minibars, private bathrooms, air conditioning, Wi-Fi connection, and terraces. This is a casino hotel with three pool vicinities, a spa, a bar, and a conference area for business purposes. You can experience these features everyday if you decide to own a unit.

Waldorf Astoria

Waldorf Astoria (formerly Mandarin Oriental) is a contemporary five-star hotel that can also be an ideal residence to live in as it is a non-gaming establishment. Its rooms include stunning bedrooms with city views, grand living areas, minibars, dining areas, free toiletries, and a smart system that lets you control temperature, lighting, and entertainment devices.

Built-in amenities are a 27,000 square foot spa inspired by a Chinese setting, pools, hot tubs, and fine dining options.

Encore at Wynn

A sister resort of Wynn Las Vegas, Encore is a five-star hotel casino with posh suites furnished with premium bedding, large windows, living area, two flat screen TVs, and even an office space for the visiting businesspeople with three nightclubs. Designed with an eclectic, velvety touch, and teeming with elegance, The Encore is a guaranteed treat for every guest.

Everyone should experience the grand and exciting Las Vegas in their lifetime. To make your visit hassle-free, ensure that you stay in a place that does not just suit your preferences, but will offer you brand new things you would not expect!

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