Las Vegas: Where to stay

Choosing a hotel to stay in for your holiday to Las Vegas can leave you confused and pulling out your hair with the amount of choices available. From luxury five star hotels to family friendly accommodation and budget motels, Las Vegas has something for everyone.

Bellagio Hotel

Perfectly positioned in the heart of the Strip but set back enough to forgo the noise of the streets, the Bellagio Hotel is Las Vegas’ most famous hotel. This glitzy and glamourous hotel is full to the brim with amazing features and amenities, including a spectacular casino. There are 3,933 rooms and suites, an award-winning spa and enough shops for a shopaholic to drool over.

The spacious Resort Rooms have undergone a recent make-over and are now pleasant and calming resting places, with a contemporary feel. The Tower Rooms are beautifully designed, with vast windows so guests can enjoy panoramic views of the city and desert. In all rooms and suites, the bathrooms include the best marble and dark wooden features, giving it a sumptuous feel.

The Bellagio offers a variety of dining options, from informal to formal restaurants. Picasso and Le Cirque hold the prestigious AAA Five Diamond award, perfect for special occasions, whereas the Michael Mina restaurant is comfortably classic featuring mouth-watering seafood delights.

Wynn Hotel

Located on the Strip, the Wynn is a high class luxury hotel catering to the socially elite, celebrities and even royalty. For many, holding a wedding, anniversary or another special occasion is a dream come true due to its elegant design and impressive reputation. Standing tall, this copper hued building was constructed on the former Sands casino where many celebrities, including the Rat Pack, used to perform in. Step inside and be amazed by the marble hallways, the floral mosaic features and the vast windows filling the lobby with sunlight.

The Wynn offers a selection of 2700 rooms and suites over 45 floors, many offering gorgeous views of the Strip. The resort rooms are designed in calming earthly hues, high quality bedding, lavish textiles and large windows to allow the room to be drenched in natural light. For those wanting a taste of the luxurious, opt to stay in one of the Tower Suites where you have your own private hotel entrance.

Dining at the Wynn is an experience all on its own. Allegro offers delicious night time bites where Terrace Pointe Caf© offers refreshing breakfasts outside. For guests who enjoy sumptuous seafood, Wynn’s Buffet cannot be beaten and SW Steakhouse has seen royal guests enjoy their gourmet delights.

The Cosmopolitan

Staying at the Cosmopolitan is well worth getting an ESTA visa for the USA in itself. This contemporary hotel offers beautiful surroundings, comfortable accommodation and an excellent selection of restaurants and facilities. The Cosmopolitan is a high-class casino hotel featuring the very best in modern d©cor but blends various vintage pieces to create a spectacular vision.

The Cosmopolitan offers nearly 3000 guestrooms and suites but were initially designed as condominiums. As such, much of the accommodation here includes kitchenettes that other hotels don’t have. Stay in the Terrace Suites with its wrap-around patios where you can take in the sunrise over the city. Dining is a treat for the taste-buds, with the Wicked Spoon Buffet featuring some delicious culinary delights and the Chandelier Bar offering the best cocktails in town.

With so many options to choose from, deciding where to stay in Las Vegas depends on where you want to be, what you want to do and what your budget allows.

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