In a city full of games, Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas isn’t playing around. No really, it’s one of the few non-gaming hotels on the Las Vegas Strip; however, this luxurious hotel is around all the Vegas hotspots. Travelers can choose from a Vegas Strip view room or a city view room… costing around $200-$250 a night. There’s a reason for that price tag: the luxury of Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas. The bedrooms make a person feel presidential, with modern furnishing and decorations. Bathrooms entice a person to choose from a tub or shower. Maybe a long day walking on the strip would entail a nice, hot bath. Moving along into the dining – room service is 24 hours a day, and usually gets there quickly – one place that really makes this destination pop is the SkyBar. Mixologist craft original, quality drinks to enhance the 23rd floor views adventurers have of the strip. This is also a bar that hosts live music and entertainment. Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas is for people wanting a chilled, relaxed, smoke free stay in Vegas, with a touch of everlasting nightlife.
3752 S Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89158
A slice of Italy in Las Vegas. The Venetain Las Vegas is breathtaking with pure beauty that upgrades a person’s Vegas experience from amazing to unreal. There’s manmade waterways, bridges, and gondolas to give this destination a Venice ambience. This isn’t a choice for people trying to save some money for shopping and gaming, but for travelers wanting a true Vegas night: stay here. Upon walking in, the Grand Colonnade Lobby is remarkable. Big Greek pillars, marble floors, a centerpiece worth taking a picture with, and you haven’t even seen the art near the front! Everything in this hotel and casino screams attention to detail. From the servers and hostesses, to art exhibits with pools to throw a coin, it’s a very welcoming experience. For those spending some time here, reach into the savings account and spend the extra $50 for a luxury king select view room. First, the room is stunning: a bed separated from the living area for a more Venetian floor plan. Second, adventurers get prime views of all of Las Vegas. Finally, it’s not as expensive as it seems. $220-$260 a night isn’t that bad considering all the amenities they offer. There’s also an amazing pool to enjoy, with dishes made by world renown chef Wolfgang Puck.
3355 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
7200 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119
Just miles from the Las Vegas Strip is an island-inspired oasis resort and spa full of fun amenities. Their goal is to make an adventurer’s stay as carefree as possible. Each suite features a full-sized, fully equipped kitchen to keep things, again, as carefree as possible. Go with the Moorea suite, a 580 square foot suite with all the comforts of home in mind. A rare is a shower steamer. Very nice and relaxing. Another added bonus: free shuttle rides! Besides the room and hotel, is the lazy river. Patrons can grab a tube and a drink, float along a river and maybe meet some new friends in the process. The entire pool is surrounded by palm trees for that island resort ambience. Tahiti Village is a penny savers dream with prices for the Moorea only $70 a room, with the more luxurious rooms costing $30-$60 a night.
How does a place make an adventurer not feel like they’re in Vegas, but really in Vegas? Welcome to The Signature at MGM Grand, a no casino, shopping or restaurant resort… that happens to include valet parking. Really, this is in the middle of Las Vegas?? Walk up to the counter and see how amazing these hosts are. Many times, an upgraded deal to a room will only be an extra $20. PAY THAT! It’s worth the views. Sounds different of a spotlight destination in Las Vegas without a casino, shopping center or restaurant options; however, this is for people wanting a jacuzzi tub, upmarket apartment ambience. Less than a 10 minute walk is the MGM Grand… boasting one of the areas largest pools and lazy rivers. Also, taking a rail to the strip is not a strenuous or time-consuming process. It has the business trip type of feel with prices a night around $110-$150.
145 E Harmon Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89109
3960 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119
Smoke free, no high rolling, but one heck of a Spotlight hotel that’s worth five stars. Four Season Hotel Las Vegas, just minutes away from the bright lights and fun, offers guests a classy place to stay. Think of having 27th floor views of downtown Las Vegas from one end of the strip, and knowing what lies ahead. If an urge comes to play some games before the night begins, it’s adjacent from the iconic Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino… best of both worlds. Travelers will walk into Roman inspired decor, get their key card quick — with a bottle of water and treats like mind readers — and hit a comfy bed. No matter a suite or strip view room, each room is spectacular; however, a personal favorite would have to be the Valley-View Suite: spacious, separate living and dining rooms with a private study. After enjoying Las Vegas Valley views, slide down into a cabana, poolside. Enjoy a couple hours of getting some southern Nevada sun. All of this, costing around $950-$1,000 a night, but don’t worry, a quality room with quality views will only run $200 a night. Side note: it’s pet friendly!