What is the Best Hotel in Las Vegas?

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Updated: June 14, 2020

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What is the best Las Vegas hotel? Leave your suggestions, opinions, and recommendations below.

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Reader Reviews: What is the best hotel in Las Vegas?

Chris H.

My wife told me it’s definitely the Venetian- for their rooms. Although I really enjoyed the Encore- really classy rooms (very sexy and cool). Venetian is nice but it’s like its own city – takes a few days to figure it out!


Cosmopolitan – Beautiful hotel. Great pool and the rooms are super with very comfortable beds. Little expensive but worth it.


Our favorite hotel on the strip is The Cosmopolitan. It has a great location, awesome food options, and balconies on many rooms. Bonus points for rooms with a view of the Bellagio fountains!


Hilton Grand Vacations at the Flamingo

PROS: Terrific for families! “Rooms” are small apartments, with one or two bedrooms, a full kitchen (including dishwasher), and washing machine and dryer. Traveling as a family where it can be v-e-r-y hot, in-room laundry is a godsend. Rooms are very quiet. As no casino is inside the hotel, that means walking through your hotel is a SMOKE-FREE experience (which is a rarity in smoking-heavy LV). The hotel gives you vouchers for X number of free cold bottled waters per day (X because it depends how many people are in your party). The location cannot be beat, both as this hotel is midway on The Strip, so easy to see the fountains at the Bellagio, go play in NYNY’s theme park, go to the top of the petit-Eiffel, and it is also outside a monorail stop (which the kids love riding), next to the High Roller (Vegas’ version of London’s Eye), and at the end of the LINQ Promenade which is filled which lots of fun places to eat. In general, Vegas is remarkably Accessible (for wheelchairs), including this hotel and its pool(s).

CON: The hotel is stingy with pool towels.


I have stayed at several different Las Vegas hotels. Aria is by far the chic-est and where I felt the most safe. New York New York was the most fun. Flamingo has good history and a calm garden-nature escape, but had the most annoying time with share scavengers. I will not stay at Flamingo again, although the room was large and decor was modern and the hotel is centrally located.

Favourite things to do in Las Vegas include Neon Museum Boneyard, Mob Museum, Paris Buffet, and Cirque de Soleil shows!


My husband and I enjoy staying at the Venetian in Vegas. Great service and the hotel is very stylish and beautiful. Suites are well appointed and laid out. Easy walk to the strip and other fun activities and shopping.

What is your favorite hotel in Las Vegas? I’d love to hear from you. Please send your thoughts, opinions, and best picks to [email protected]

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