3 Most Luxurious Hotel Rooms in Vegas Where you should stay to have the ultimate Las Vegas experience

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A grand getaway to Las Vegas deserves to be concluded each night with a glamorous and comfortable stay. Sin City is known for hosting high-profile clientele, and they’ve crafted the most unbelievably beautiful hotel rooms to prove it. Whether you’re staying in the city for business or pleasure, these hotel rooms are sure to blow you out of the water and cap off your stay with a memorable experience.

For a Relaxing Refuge:

Are you looking for a laid back, quiet stay? You might not even have to leave your room. The Palazzo Hotel at the Venetian Resort is known for its specialty rooms with deep and spacious Roman marble bathtubs that are made to sink into. The Canyon Ranch SpaClub next door is famous for its extensive menu and array of internationally inspired massages. 

Similarly, Waldorf Astoria has spa-like bathrooms in its rooms and offers an award-winning spa downstairs, complete with a traditional Turkish scrub, a Chinese foot ritual, and heated marble stones. 

Over at Aria, the luxury rooms are incredibly high-tech, allowing you to create a relaxed environment with controls that regulate room temperature and lighting. They also have a famous 80,000-square-foot spa with salt rooms and heated beds.

For a Glamorous Getaway:

The luxurious Skylofts at the MGM Grand is perhaps the most extravagant (and most expensive) five-star hotel in all of Sin City. It sits right on top of the MGM Grand, with big living spaces looking over the cityscape. Reminiscent of NYC lofts, these urban but eloquent rooms were designed with socialites and elite clientele in mind, complete with personal butlers, an infinity spa tub, a heated towel rack, and an espresso machine. There are even rooms that have pools and a full kitchen. The 29th floor has a private lounge complete with cocktails and appetizers. Did we mention that a private chauffeur zips you to the hotel in a limousine upon your arrival, and that you have access to a separate, private entrance and elevator?

Another high-profile option is the Nobu Hotel in Caesars Palace, a five star boutique hotel that is popular with many celebrities. If you’re a guest, you’re granted automatic VIP access to the Omnia nightclub and the famous Nobu restaurant, with seats waiting for you.

For a Foodie’s Fantasy:

Wynn Las Vegas is your destination for everything decadent and delicious. This hotel is famous for its 20 restaurants, serving a variety of cuisines for its guests. They provide eight fine dining options, including SW Steakhouse and Sinatra. Celebrating a birthday? Their team of pastry chefs specialize in creating customized and personal works of baking art. A $50 daily breakfast credit is given to Tower Suites guests, as well as coffee and tea service each morning. The hotel has won a number of Five Star awards from Forbes’ Travel Guide—and for good reason.

The rooms are simple yet chic and are known for their floor-to-ceiling windows that provide stunning panoramic views of the city. The 1,817-square-foot Wynn Tower Suite Salon features an elegant living room with granite wet bar, secluded massage room, and powder room. The Wynn Fairway Villa is perfect for entertaining guests and is complete with a private patio or balcony. If you need to swim off all the amazing food you’ve had over your stay, there’s a personal entrance to the private pool from the Wynn Tower Suite King. 

Looking for a Longer Stay?

If you’re looking for a longer stay, feel free to contact us today. We would love to assist you in finding the perfect Las Vegas luxury home or real estate for sale in Las Vegas, Nevada. Cheers!