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Caesars Palace, Las Vegas

This classic, Roman-themed casino hotel is on the west side of the Strip between the Bellagio and the Mirage.

Elegant rooms are housed in 6 towers and come with WiFi, marble accents and designer bath products; suites add seating areas, dining tables, wet bars and whirlpool tubs. Top-tier suites have amenities such as 90-inch flat-screens, billiard tables, and/or dance floors.

A resort fee is charged. Perks include a coliseum-inspired performance venue with headliner entertainment, multiple pools, upscale shopping, a fountain show, nightclubs, a spa, a gym and several destination restaurants.

Planet Hollywood, las vegas

Overlooking the Las Vegas Strip, this sprawling high-rise casino resort is a 5-minute walk from the Bellagio fountains and 1.2 miles from Madame Tussauds Las Vegas wax museum.

Colorful rooms feature movie memorabilia and flat-screen TVs. Posh suites add separate sitting areas and panoramic views. Some have soaking tubs, walk-in showers, pool tables and hot tubs.

Dining options include an upscale steakhouse, casual restaurants and bars. Other amenities include a spa, 2 pools and a shopping mall. In addition to the glitzy casino, there are live shows performed famous entertainers. A daily resort fee covers access to a fitness center and WiFi.

Paris, las vegas

This French-themed casino hotel with a half-size Eiffel Tower is across the Strip from The Bellagio and a 9-minute walk from a Las Vegas Monorail station.

Most rooms feature traditional, European-inspired decor and have marble bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and WiFi. Suites add living areas, minibars, and whirlpool tubs.

A resort fee is charged. In addition to the casino, amenities include a 2-acre rooftop pool in a French garden, an indoor Parisian street with live entertainment stages, shopping areas, a lounge with dueling pianos, nightclubs, and several restaurants, including a Gordon Ramsay Steakhouse.

Harrah’s, las vegas

A 4-minute walk from Madame Tussauds and across the Strip from Caesar’s Palace, this Mardi Gras-themed casino hotel is a stop on the Las Vegas Monorail.

Straightforward, traditional rooms come with WiFi, flat-screen TVs, and marble showers; suites add living and dining rooms, wet bars, and whirlpool tubs.

A resort fee is charged. Perks include a bustling casino, live comedy and music performances, and a nightclub and piano bar. There’s also a fitness center, spa, salon and an outdoor pool.

Flamingo, las vegas

Across the street from Caesars Palace, this neon-lit, art deco-style casino hotel opened in 1946, and is the oldest resort on the Strip still in operation.

Stylish, modern rooms have vintage Vegas artwork and flamingo-pink accents and come with flat-screen TVs and WiFi. Upgrades include iPhone docks, whirlpool tubs, and Strip views.

A resort fee is charged. Perks include a Caribbean-themed casino, a wildlife habitat with live flamingos, a 15-acre pool area, a pool club, a gym, a spa, and several bar and restaurant options.

The Linq, las vegas

The LINQ Hotel & Casino is a casino, 2,640-room hotel, and shopping promenade on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment.

Rio, las vegas

Housed in its own tower of the Rio, a busy Brazilian-themed casino resort, these opulent all-suite are a block from the Strip.

Chic suites have 6 bedrooms with salons, fireplaces, living and dining spaces, balconies with whirlpool tubs, and personal butler service for each guest. Suites also have access to a private pool with cabanas. A resort fee is charged and includes in-room Internet and gym access.

Amenities are shared with the Rio and include several pools with beaches and live DJs, a bustling casino, rooftop nightclub, headliner entertainment (surcharge), and several fine dining and casual restaurants and bars.

The Cromwell, las vegas

On the strip, this vibrant casino and hotel is a 6-minute walk from The Forum Shops at Caesars and a 7-minute walk from the Flamingo/Caesars Palace monorail station.

Chic, Parisian-inspired rooms offer 55-inch flat-screens, and elegant bathrooms with rainfall showers. Airy suites add separate living areas and full fridges; some offer vintage pinball machines, minibars or free-standing tubs.

The expansive casino floor features slot machines and table games. There’s a sophisticated Italian restaurant headed by celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis. Other amenities include bold lounge bars and a buzzy rooftop nightclub with pools.

Bally’s, las vegas

On the Strip, this landmark casino hotel is 4.7 miles from downtown Las Vegas.

Upscale rooms feature WiFi (fee), desks and cable TVs; some have seating areas, fridges and/or views of the Strip. Suites add whirlpool tubs and/or dining tables. Penthouses with wet bars and multiple living rooms are also available.

In addition to the casino, amenities include a fitness center, live shows (surcharge), tennis courts and a shopping mall, plus a seasonal heated pool with cabanas (fee) and a live DJ. Dining options range from a high-end steakhouse to a casual pizzeria. There’s also a spa (treatments available), a nightclub and 3 bars.

Wynn, las vegas

In an iconic curved high-rise on the Las Vegas Strip, this lavish casino hotel is 1 mile from Las Vegas Convention Center.

Plush rooms offer floor-to-ceiling windows, pillow-top mattresses and tubs, plus WiFi access, iPhone docks and flat-screen TVs. Luxe suites add individual features like massage rooms, granite wet bars, whirlpool tubs and/or free in-room breakfast.

Amenities include 2 luxe spas, gyms, pools and hot tubs, as well as an 18-hole golf course. There are 4 trendy nightclubs and live theater experiences like Le Rêve – The Dream, plus 260,000 sq ft of meeting space. Dining options range from gourmet restaurants to relaxed cafes.

Encore, las vegas

Overlooking the Strip, this glam hotel is part of a sprawling casino resort complex.

Posh suites with floor-to-ceiling windows and Strip, Downtown or pool views offer luxe bedding, flat-screens, and grand bathrooms with soaking tubs and TVs; resort fees apply. Features in upgraded suites (no fees) range from massage rooms and marble wet bars to breakfast in bed and select pool access. A lavish 2-bedroom apartment adds a whirlpool tub and panoramic views, plus a dining table; a 3-bedroom duplex offers a billiards room.

There are choice restaurants, swanky bars, posh nightclubs and theaters, as well as pools, a spa, a gym and a golf course.

Venetian, las vegas

Set on the Las Vegas Strip, this lavish, Italian-themed, all-suite casino hotel is 1.5 miles from the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Plush, classical suites feature flat-screens, WiFi, minibars and Egyptian linens. Select suites add living and dining areas, marble baths, fireplaces, whirlpool tubs and access to a club lounge.

In addition to its buzzy casino, the hotel has shops and artificial canals with gondola rides. There are also 20 restaurants (some run by celebrity chefs), bars, a nightclub, a theater and a wax museum. The hotel also houses an upscale spa, fitness facilities, meeting space and 3 pools.

Palazzo, las vegas

Tucked between the Wynn and the Venetian, this upscale, all-suite resort and casino is a 6-minute walk from the Fashion Show Mall.

TPlush accommodations feature Italian-inspired decor and range from modern rooms with flat-screen TVs and soaking tubs to entertainment-focused suites with sunken living rooms, dining areas and pool tables.

TA resort fee includes Wi-Fi and fitness center access. Perks include upscale shopping and dining, a modern casino, a Canyon Ranch spa, an outdoor pool, and several chic restaurants and lounges.

Palms, las vegas

This 3-towered, upscale casino resort is 0.8 miles from the Las Vegas Strip and 4.4 miles from McCarran International Airport.

The contemporary-chic rooms feature luxe bathrooms, WiFi and flat-screen TVs. Some suites have kitchens and/or separate living rooms; some upgraded suites offer private lanais with hot tubs.

Amenities include a casino, a theater with live music and entertainment, multiple stylish bars and nightclubs, and a 14-screen movieplex. Dining options include an upmarket steakhouse, Italian and French options. There are 2 outdoor pools (1 rooftop), a spa and a gym, plus a free shuttle to the Strip.

Bellagio, las vegas

Across the street from Paris Las Vegas, this luxe, mammoth Strip casino resort is housed in an Italian-inspired, 36-story tower fronted by a man-made 8-acre lake featuring dancing fountains.

The standard modern rooms feature custom artwork and marble bathrooms with soaking tubs; lavish suites and villas come with private elevator access, living rooms and butler service. A resort fee includes WiFi and fitness center access.

Perks include a custom-built showroom featuring Cirque du Soleil performances (surcharge), several outdoor pools, a renowned botanical conservatory, a fine art gallery, a spa (surcharge), and several restaurants.

Aria, las vegas

ARIA is the ultimate luxury Las Vegas Hotel & Casino Resort offering 4004 guest rooms, 568 luxury suites, 4 pools and 150,000 square feet of gaming.

Luxor, las vegas

This Egypt-themed casino resort on the south end of the Strip is housed in a 30-story pyramid topped with a 315,000-watt light beam.

Standard rooms have traditional furnishings, flat-screen TVs, and WiFi. Suites offer soaking tubs and separate sitting rooms; some have wet bars. Pyramid rooms and suites have slanted walls.

A resort fee is charged. The varied dining and drinking options include a steak and seafood bar, a Mexican cantina, a pizza joint, and an Irish pub. Additional perks include a casino, fitness center, spa and salon, plus an outdoor pool and a wedding venue.

Mandalay Bay, las vegas

On the south end of the Strip, this high-end casino hotel is between The Four Seasons and Luxor.

Elegant rooms and suites all have 42-inch flat-screen TVs, seating areas, floor-to-ceiling windows and soaking tubs; upgrades include living areas, wet bars and/or Bose sound systems.

A resort fee is charged. In addition to the casino, amenities include an 11-acre beach/pool complex with a lazy river, a wave pool and a topless optional area. There’s also a shark aquarium, upscale shopping, live shows and destination dining.

MGM Grand, las vegas

On the South end of the Strip across from the Tropicana, this colossal, emerald-colored casino resort is fronted by a signature 45-foot bronze lion.

The modern rooms have sleek furnishings, glass-topped desks and marble bathrooms; suites add living areas and Roman bathtubs. Some wellness-themed rooms feature air purification systems, aromatherapy diffusers, and access to a special lounge. A resort fee includes WiFi and access to a workout room.

Perks include 4 pools, 3 whirlpools, and a lazy river, live entertainment, a spa and fitness center, a huge casino, trendy nightclubs, and numerous fine dining and casual restaurants.

Sky Lofts At MGM Grand, Las vegas

Set on the top 2 floors of the MGM Grand, this sophisticated boutique hotel is on the south end of the Strip, across the street from New York-New York.

Luxe, modern lofts have panoramic city views and come with free WiFi, kitchens, espresso machines, living areas, imported linens, and bath butler service. Some have balconies with private plunge pools, billiard tables, and/or foosball tables.

There are no resort fees. Guests have preferred access to MGM’s amenities, including live entertainment, luxe nightclubs, and numerous dining options. The hotel also has several pools, a lazy river, a spa and fitness center, and a sprawling casino.

The Signature At MGM Grand, las vegas

A block from the Strip, this modern, all-suite option with 3 towers is connected to the MGM Grand by a series of walkways, and is a short walk from the monorail station.

Polished suites come with kitchenettes, entertainment centers, WiFi, granite bathrooms and whirlpool tubs; some include private balconies and full kitchens.

A resort fee is charged. Perks include a sleek lounge and a deli, 2 fitness centers and a private heated pool for each tower as well as access to MGM’s outdoor pools and beach club with celebrity DJs.

Mirage, las vegas

Overlooking an iconic “erupting” volcano, this sprawling casino hotel is adjacent to Caesar’s Palace and across the Strip from Madame Tussauds.

Modern rooms have sleek furniture, flat-screen TVs and iPhone player docks; suites add sitting areas, minibars and icemakers.

A resort fee is charged and includes WiFi and access to the fitness center. Amenities include a dolphin habitat, an outdoor pool, an indoor saltwater aquarium, popular comedy and live performances, several bars and lounges, a spa, a shopping area and multiple dining options.

New York – New York, las vegas

Set between The Monte Carlo and Excaliber, this Big Apple-themed casino hotel on the Strip features several towers built to resemble the New York skyline.

Sophisticated rooms have marble bathrooms, WiFi and flat-screen TVs; suites add whirlpool tubs, minifridges and Bose stereo systems.

A resort fee is charged. Amenities include a roller coaster 203 feet above the Strip, live entertainment, more than a dozen bars and nightclubs, a casino with weekend DJs and go-go dancers, and several restaurants.

The Cosmopolitan, las vegas

Across the Strip from Planet Hollywood, this chic casino hotel has views of the adjacent Bellagio fountains.

Posh, modern rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows, flat-screen TVs, WiFi and marble-floored bathrooms; suites add dining areas and kitchenettes with microwaves, stoves, minibars and wine coolers. Some rooms and suites have balconies.

A resort fee is charged. Amenities include an outdoor performance venue, a serene spa and hammam, 3 pools, a casino, a wedding chapel, a dog-friendly park and several bars and restaurants, including a lobby bar set inside a 3-story crystal chandelier.

Tropicana, LAS VEGAS

Across the street from the Excalibur Hotel, this South Beach-themed casino resort is a 7-minute walk from the MGM Grand stop on the monorail.

Modern rooms have warm decor, plantation shutters, WiFi, flat-screen TVs and iHome docking stations; suites add living areas, wet bars and minifridges. Villas dining areas, marble bathrooms and original art on the walls.

A resort fee is charged. Perks include a casino, a 4-acre pool area with swim-up blackjack, tropical gardens and waterfalls, and several bars and restaurants as well as a gym and comedy shows.

Hard Rock Hotel resort, las vegas

The original rock ‘n’ roll hotel. Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Las Vegas is known for its innovative nightlife and music scene.

Monte Carlo, las vegas

Enjoy the luxury of a centrally located Las Vegas hotel at affordable prices. The Monte Carlo Las Vegas Hotel and Casino is located at the center of the Las Vegas strip just minutes away from the McCarran International Airport.


Set 1 block from the California state line, this classic resort hotel is an 8-minute walk from Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course, a 15-minute walk from Lake Tahoe and 6.9 miles from Lake Tahoe Airport.

Subdued rooms and suites feature TVs and free WiFi. Some add Jacuzzis, wet bars and/or separate living spaces.

There’s a casino, shops, a live music venue and a nightclub, plus an outdoor pool, a spa with treatments, and a fitness center. Dining options include a steakhouse, 2 cafes and a buffet restaurant.


At Harrahs Lake Tahoe, it’s a 5-minute walk from Tahoe’s main ski gondola, this upscale casino hotel is also a 12-minute walk from Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course.

The polished rooms all come with 2 bathrooms and feature desks, coffeemakers, Wi-Fi (fee), TVs and free valet service. Suites add separate living rooms with pull-out sofas, whirlpool tubs and/or mountain views.

Dining options include a refined steakhouse and a sushi bar, a buffet room and a casual American restaurant. There’s a casino, a nightclub, a concert venue and a lounge. Other amenities include an indoor pool and whirlpool, a day spa and preferred golfing access to Edgewood Tahoe.


This expansive casino hotel, dating back to 1944, is an 8-minute walk from Heavenly Village, a 13-minute walk from Lakeside Marina and 2.3 miles from Heavenly Mountain Resort.

The unfussy rooms have en suite bathrooms and TVs; some feature mountain views. Upgraded rooms include WiFi (fee), as do suites, which add lounges with 50-inch flat-screen TVs and minifridges. Upgraded suites have jetted tubs, pull-out sofas and balconies.

Dining options include an upscale steakhouse and a Mexican restaurant. There’s also a fitness center and outdoor pool with a whirlpool. Other amenities include a casino, open-air live music and comedy club.

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