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1. Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino3655 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
2. Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
3. The Mirage Hotel & Casino3400 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
4. Wynn Las Vegas3131 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
5. LVH - Las Vegas Hotel & Casino3000 Paradise Rd., Las Vegas
6. The Palazzo Las Vegas3325 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
7. Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino3700 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas
8. Monte Carlo Resort and Casino3770 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
9. Harrah's Hotel & Casino3475 S Las Vegas Blv, Las Vegas
This famous hotel and casino on the Strip is your go-to for all things gambling, and uh, French.
The grandaddy of all Las Vegas casinos, Caesar's Palace is an icon in its own right. The massive Parthenon-like resort boasts regular rooms and deluxe fantasy suites, a cavernous and varied casino, premium shopping, live entertainment (ranging from Celine Dion to Elton John), and a conveniently located chapel should anyone have too much fun.
A staple in the Vegas hotel scene, The Mirage hosts a slew of next-level accommodations and suites, like the Villas, where you can have your own private lagoon-like pool surrounded by a forest of palm trees.
The second Vegas outpost of Steve Wynn's luxury resort empire, Wynn boasts five-star hospitality, award-winning restaurants ranging from fine and casual dining, the live aquatic theatre show La Rêve, high-end boutique shopping, premier nightclubs, and opulent poolside cabanas.
Known for their wide array of visiting performers, convention center, and prime amenities, LVH is your go-to for a stay in Vegas, replete with golfing and their monorail to get you all around Sin City.
This award-winning (Top 25 Hotels in US and Canada, World's Best, Forbes Four Star, AAA Five Diamond) hotel on the strip offers luxury and entertainment with shopping, restaurants, casinos, nightclubs, and more all on site.
Just a block off the main drag, Rio is one of the better resorts for those traveling in larger groups. The Brazilian-themed hotel's signature "chic suites" sleep six people and features various amenities, live entertainment (Penn and Teller are on retainer, along with the Chippendales), a pool area with an actual white sand beach, and a 490ft high zip-line that connects the hotel's two towers.
There are stuffy, uncomfortable, and exclusive luxury hotels everywhere in Vegas... then there's the Monte Carlo, which is just as luxurious -- where you'llfeel rich, even if you’re not. This is unpretentious luxury at its best.