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All In: The 15 Most Popular Hotels in Las Vegas

Widely hailed as the ultimate playground, Las Vegas is one of those destinations everyone has to visit at least once in their lives. With plenty to do beyond the slot machines, Sin City is home to show stopping musicals, dynamic drinking and dining, and a nightlife that doesn’t stop for the sunrise. However, it’s the serious hotel game that sets the city apart. Popular hotels in Las Vegas regularly top the tables in the US for having some of the best services in the country, with resorts like Bellaggio and The Venetian receiving the coveted Five-Star AAA Diamond rating.

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With over 400 million annual visitors to HotelsCombined, we’ve searched The Strip for the most popular hotels in Las Vegas. These renowned resorts boast perennial pool parties, adrenaline-inducing casinos, and enough cocktail lists to build a house of cards. It’s everything to keep you talking about your trip for months after you come back. After all, nothing that happens in Vegas really stays in Vegas.

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1. The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas

The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas, popular hotels in Las Vegas

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Branded as Sin City’s premier luxury resort, you might wonder how the Cosmpolitan distinguishes itself from other popular hotels in Las Vegas. But the Cosmpolitan has found away. Featuring glamorous, boutiquey rooms that are a cut above most of the competition, a stay here is as opulent as it is entertaining. Make the most of your stay by checking into a deluxe fountain view room, which looks out directly over the Bellagio’s famed water features.

In the evening, supper clubs like Chandelier Bar provide a glittery setting for a well-crafted cocktail or two. Those looking for something a little more intimate can head to The Barbershop a classic speakeasy-cum-salon that sits hidden behind an unassuming janitor’s door. To top it all off, there are six live music venues, and of course, a vanishing edge pool.

Attractions Nearby:

Aussie Heat, performing arts space (500 meters)
Cabo Wabo Cantina, established Mexican restaurant (550 meters)
V – The Ultimate Variety Show, eclectic live acrobatics (900 meters)

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 169 – USD 566
Guest Rating: 9.0
Address: 3708 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, United States

2. TI – Treasure Island Hotel & Casino

TI - Treasure Island Hotel & Casino

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The pirate ships might have hoisted the mizzenmasts and left this classic casino. But that hasn’t stopped it from being one of the most popular hotels in Las Vegas. Treasure Island still has plenty of precious bounty to offer visitors, featuring 10 restaurants, a Scandinavian-style day spa, and a spacious freeform pool. Guests staying in strip-view rooms can also enjoy a view of The Venetian, next door.

Mystère by Cirque du Soleil, on at Treasure Island throughout 20202, elicits an awe-inspiring evening of “oo’s” and “ahhs.” It’s best recounted over a yard-long margarita at fiesta-filled Señor Frogs or spirited frontier-inspired watering hole, Gilley’s Saloon.

Attractions Nearby:

● Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N., immersive exhibition experience (270 meters)
● Fashion Show, luxury mall (500 meters)
● Gondola Rides at the Venetian (700 meters)

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 98 – USD 278
Guest Rating: 8.1
Address: 3300 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, United States

3. Excalibur Las Vegas

Excalibur Las Vegas, popular hotels in Las Vegas

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Call up your royal entourage and ready your noble steed. Excalibur transforms your classic Vegas getaway into a chivalrous medieval adventure. Set in a storybook castle, this family-friendly fortress features a freeform pool and strip–view rooms that house up to four guests. Every night, the Tournament of Kings provides thrilling dinner time entertainment for kids and adults. If you’ve had your fill of the jousting, there are eight other sit-down restaurants and buffets on site.

Attractions Nearby:

● Ultimate 4D Experience, immersive movie theater (74 meters)
● Hershey’s Chocolate World, sweet-toothed theme park (250 meters)
Laugh Factory Comedy Club, established stand-up venue (450 meters

Star Rating: 3*
Price: USD 118 – USD 305
Guest Rating: 7.3
Address: 3850 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, United States

4. Luxor Las Vegas

Luxor Las Vegas, popular hotels in Las Vegas

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It’s hard to miss Luxor from The Strip. After dark, the resort’s colossal pyramid stands out among other popular hotels in Las Vegas with its impressive light displays. Book a Premium Pyramid Room (king or twin queen) if you want to experience this pharaonic excess from the inside. These feature great views of Sin City’s flashy neon skyline as well as slanted walls to help transport you to the real Valley of the Kings.

Attractions Nearby:

● The Shoppes at Mandalay Bay, over 40 upscale boutiques (350 meters)
House of Blues Las Vegas, locally renowned music venue (450 meters)
Hollywood Car Museum, collection of historic blockbuster models (1.1 kilometers)

Star Rating: 3*
Price: USD 117 – USD 300
Guest Rating: 7.6
Address: 3900 S Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, United States

5. The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino

The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino, popular hotels in Las Vegas

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Undoubtedly one of the most popular hotels in Las Vegas, The Venetian is best known for its strikingly replicated canals and landmarks like St. Mark’s Square. But there’s more to the Doge’s digs than just architectural prowess. Two pool decks enable guests to find the sun the whole year-round. Both feature elegant cabanas for when you’re ready to retreat to the shade. Meanwhile, guests rave about Canyon Ranch, the onsite day spa, which features numerous massages and beauty treatments.

Attractions Nearby:

Sands Expo Convention Center (1.1 kilometers)
Le Rêve, dreamlike aquatic ballet (1.2 kilometers)
The Las Vegas Country Club (2.4 kilometers)

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 229 – USD 1,140
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: 3355 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, United States

6. Downtowner Motel

Downtowner Motel

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The Downtowner Motel is a short walk from Fremont Street’s iconic evening light shows. Located in Las Vegas’ historic center, it offers up a different side of the city for those that aren’t hung up on spending all their time on The Strip. It’s a tongue-in-cheek take on the traditional freeway motel. Think updated, poppy decor, a hip onside bar, and mini-golf against a hilariously artificial view of the Calico Hills. Unlike many popular hotels in Las Vegas, it also gives you easy access to the city’s art district, and thriving local nightlife.

Attractions Nearby:

● Atomic Liquors, chill dive bar with vintage decor (350 meters)
● Vanguard Lounge, stylish joint serving craft cocktails (350 meters)
● Las Vegas Academy of the Arts, performing arts center (550 meters)

Star Rating: 2*
Price: USD 29 – USD 158
Guest Rating: 6.0
Address: 129 N 8th Street, Downtown Las Vegas, Las Vegas, United States

7. Stratosphere Hotel Casino and Tower BW Premier Collection

Stratosphere Hotel Casino and Tower BW Premier Collection, popular hotels in Las Vegas

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Conveniently positioned between The Strip and the art district, The Strat is a great jumping-off point for exploring Sin City. As with most popular hotels in Las Vegas, there’s ample opportunity to try your luck at the onsite casino. However, don’t spend too much time at the slot lounge. Where the Strat really takes things to the next level is at its top-optional rooftop pool. Spend your days sprawled out on a daybed, icy margarita in hand, while you lord it over Sin City. After dark, head to the resort’s revolving restaurant for a full 360º of Las Vegas while you treat yourself to award-winning seasonal fare.

Attractions Nearby:

● Chapel of the Flowers, well-known spot for weddings (550 meters)
● SAW Escape Room, thrill-inducing local attraction (800 meters)
● Las Vegas Festival Grounds, exciting music venue (1.0 kilometers)

Star Rating: 3*
Price: USD 59 – USD 392
Guest Rating: 7.0
Address: 2000 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, United States

8. Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

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The City of Lights meets Sin City at this outlandish establishment right on the main strip. Fronted by an enormous replica of the Eiffel Tower, the French theme is only heightened at onsite eateries like the faux bistro, Mon Ami Gabi. Keeping with Paris’s theatrical traditions, there’s a solid bill of year-round musicals and performances. Meanwhile, seven onsite bars will keep you well-fueled every evening of your stay. Don’t worry if you feel a little worse for wear in the morning — the freeform pool and day spa are the perfect places to undo any damage.

Attractions Nearby:

● Grand Bazaar Shops (300 meters)
● Napolean’s Dueling Pianos, refined lounge with live music (350 meters)
“O” by Cirque du Soleil, whimsical acrobatic show (700 meters)

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 127 – USD 1,190
Guest Rating: 8.0
Address: 3655 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, United States

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9. The LINQ Hotel And Casino

The LINQ Hotel And Casino, popular hotels in Las Vegas

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Formerly the Imperial Palace, this updated casino hotel neighboring the High Roller draws a younger crowd than many on The Strip. This is clearly reflected in the vibe: Pool parties? Check. Ziplines? You betcha. Tattoo parlor? Why not. Most of the action is centered around the LINQ promenade, which boasts sidesplitting comedy clubs, rowdy Irish bars, and bowling to live rock n’ roll music. The hotel’s edgy rooms provide a neat place for a disco nap and have space for up to 4 guests. So there’s room for you and your buddies.

Attractions Nearby:

Margaritaville, twisted restaurant and bar (200 meters)
● The Colosseum, performing arts center (300 meters)
● Drai’s Afterhours, popular nightclub (750 meters)

Star Rating: 3*
Price: USD 106 – USD 767
Guest Rating: 7.8
Address: 3535 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, United States

10. MGM Grand

MGM Grand, popular hotels in Las Vegas

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Aptly located on Tropicana Boulevard is this palm-lined party resort. MGM Grand’s gimmick is a 6.5 outdoor pool area that’s dissected by quite possibly the longest lazy river in existence. Make the most of your time by the water by renting a private cabana or indulging in a poolside massage. After sundown, bluff your way through a couple of rounds at the poker tables. Then, head to the onsite venue Hakkasan — Las Vegas’ premier dance club — which this year has booked Calvin Harris, Steve Aoki, and Tiësto to headline on various nights.

Attractions Nearby:

Hakkasan The Restaurant, Michelin-Star-winning Cantonese cuisine (125 meters)
● CSI: The Experience, interactive exhibit (250 meters)
● Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House, classic creole cuisine from down south (250 meters)

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 202 – USD 389
Guest Rating: 7.9
Address: 3799 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, United States

11. Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino

Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino, popular hotels in Las Vegas

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Walk The Strip twice if you like: you won’t find a more classic Las Vegas experience than the Westgate. This local institution is best known for having been the former residence of Elvis Presley. The King gave an incredible 837 consecutive sold-out shows at the Westgate, shattering Sin City records. Today, the hotel continues to provide legendary entertainment with Barry Manilow booked throughout 2020. You can continue to revel in Westgate’s rock n’ roll heritage in the Signature Room, which boasts strip views and numerous luxury amenities.

Attractions Nearby:

Chapel of Crystals, historic Vegas wedding chapel (28 meters)
● Las Vegas Convention Center (450 meters)
● Las Vegas Country Club (800 meters)

Star Rating: 4.5*
Price: USD 108 – USD 205
Guest Rating: 7.2
Address: 3000 Paradise Road, East of Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, United States

12. Aria Resort and Casino

Aria Resort and Casino

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Boasting a AAA Five Diamond Award, this sleek resort on the strip has a technological edge on most other popular hotels in Las Vegas. All rooms are controlled with one intuitive central unit. In some cases, they also feature cornered floor-to-ceiling windows to maximize your simply stunning lookout over Sin City. Downstairs, carouse with your crowd at multiple onsite shows, including the mystical “O” by Cirque du Soleil. Or retreat away for a quiet moment at The Spa at ARIA, offering an indulgent Shio Salt Room as well as a vanishing edge pool set into a vista-peering hotel balcony.

Attractions Nearby:

Lemongrass, creative contemporary Thai restaurant (81 meters)
Twist by Pierre Gagnaire, fine French dining (1.0 kilometers)
● Club Privé, artfully crafted cocktails in an exclusive setting (1.4 kilometers)

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 232 – USD 1,328
Guest Rating: 9.0
Address: 3730 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, United States

13. Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino

Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino, popular hotels in Las Vegas

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Arguably the best-known resort on the entire strip, Caesars Palace is a decadent tribute to the Roman Empire. Everything here about this place is befitting of an imperial conqueror, from the columned forum that surrounds Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, to the lofty rooms and suites that top the Augustus tower. You’ll feast like a king at in-house favorites, such as Bacchanal Buffet and Old Homestead Steakhouse, both of which garnered rave reviews. And if you’re hoping to catch a show, you’re in the right place. The 4,100-seat Colosseum has booked everyone from Celine Dion to Elton John. There’s so much to do at Caesars Palace, you might even forget that it’s a casino!

Attractions Nearby:

● Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub, casino club booking global DJs (1.3 kilometers)
● The Fountains of Bellagio (1.7 kilometers)
Herringbone Las Vegas, sustainable seafood restaurant (2.3 kilometers)

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 225 – USD 2,705
Guest Rating: 8.2
Address: 3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, United States

14. Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, Popular Hotels in Las Vegas

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Doubtless, you’ll want to check out the rose-colored residents of the Flamingo’s Wildlife Habitat. But there’s plenty else to keep you roosting longer than you intended to at this avian establishment on The Strip. With a golf course, day spa, salon, and eight restaurants, the Flamingo has more amenities on-site than there are feathers in a bower. Two-day clubs put on pool parties throughout the year and regularly book the likes of Rita Ora and Amber Rose. After dark, there’s a full bill of entertainment and musical productions, including RuPaul’s Drag Race Live and The Whitney Houston Hologram Concert in 2020.

Attractions Nearby:

High Roller, 550-foot-tall Ferris wheel (550 meters)
● Le Cirque, whimsical French restaurant (600 meters)
● Fountains of Bellagio, iconic water feature with aquatic shows (900 meters)

Star Rating: 3*
Price: USD 88 – USD 1,356
Guest Rating: 6.9
Address: 3555 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, United States

15. Circus Circus Hotel Casino & Theme Park

Circus Circus has more than earned its stripes as a resort that knows how to put on a show. Billing itself as the world’s largest permanent circus, it holds daily free acrobatic performances from 11:30 a.m. If seeing daring trapeze artists be flung to great heights isn’t enough to get your pulse racing, the Adventuredome certainly will. This 5-acre indoor (yes: indoor) amusement park boasts 25 rides and attractions. Steel your nerves and catch a ride on the double-looping, double-corkscrew-twisting, Canyon Blaster. Or plunge a scream-stealing 90 feet on El Loco — if you can handle the G-force.

Attractions Nearby:

● Bazaar Meat by José Andrés, upscale steakhouse (1.0 kilometers)
● Tower Suite Bar, elegant cocktail lounge (1.8 kilometers)
OMNIA Nightclub (2.6 kilometers)

Star Rating: 3*
Price: USD 66 – USD 160
Guest Rating: 6.7
Address: 2880 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, United States

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Live Like a High Roller at These Popular Hotels in Las Vegas

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You don’t need to be the King of Rock n’ Roll to live like one in the Entertainment Capital of the World. Its all-encompassing resorts promise guests the high roller treatment, whether you’re in town to party, play, or put it all on black. Each of these popular hotels in Las Vegas put their own spin on the ultimate vacation experience, with killer restaurants, crafty cocktail bars, and outrageously excessive gimmicks. And why not? If there’s one universal truth in this prominent party town, it’s that you go big or go home.

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