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3355 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV, United States
Central Las Vegas resort connected to the convention center, walk to Fashion Show Mall Along with 20 restaurants, this resort has 4 outdoor pools and a full-service spa. Additionally, a casino, a nightclub, and a fitness center are onsite. The Venetian Resort Las Vegas offers 4028 accommodations with minibars and safes. Accommodations have separate sitting areas and are furnished with double sofa beds. Pillowtop beds feature Egyptian cotton sheets, down comforters, and premium bedding. 46-inch flat-screen televisions come with pay movies. Bathrooms include separate bathtubs and showers with deep soaking bathtubs, bathrobes, slippers, and complimentary toiletries. Business-friendly amenities include desks and desk chairs, as well as phones; free local calls are provided (restrictions may apply). Additionally, rooms include hair dryers and irons/ironing boards. Housekeeping is offered daily and hypo-allergenic bedding can be requested. 4 outdoor swimming pools and 3 spa tubs are on site. Other recreational amenities include a sauna and a fitness center. The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or nearby; fees may apply.
Free Wi-Fi
12971 reviews
6.6 km from city centre
3300 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV, United States
With a prime location on the Las Vegas Strip, Treasure Island Las Vegas blends modern style with a high-energy atmosphere for a simply delightful stay. You can find a variety of shopping and entertainment within walking distance, such as Fashion Show shopping mall, The Venetian, and Palazzo. On site, see Mystere by Cirque du Soleil and enjoy over 90,000 square feet of live casino gaming. Our hotel also features an outdoor pool, 12 dining venues, a spa, and expansive event space. Our guest rooms include an Elite SensaTIonal pillowtop bed, a bathroom with marble flooring and countertops, an LCD TV, and floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views of the Spring Mountains and the Las Vegas Strip. Plus, you can earn rewards, including free nights and gift cards, with our Choice Privileges Rewards program.
Free Wi-Fi
15414 reviews
6.4 km from city centre
3730 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV, United States
Sporting magnificent modern architecture and top-tier dining, entertainment, pool and spa options, ARIA stands tall as a hip resort in the heart of the Strip. The vibe: Modern, gleaming and chic. Luxury on all levels What we love: ARIA Las Vegas opened at the end of 2009 and it still has that new car smell. The rooms are a tech lover's dream, featuring the latest gadgetry (keyless locks, personalized automation, etc.). Each room includes an in-room tablet where you'll have one-touch control of lighting, temperature, draperies, music, in-room dining and more. Simply put, you're the master of your domain at ARIA Las Vegas. Open year-round, the pool area at ARIA is like something out of the Garden of Eden. Three ellipse-shaped pools are spread across a palm tree-laden deck. Insider tips: Be an art lover. ARIA's got an impressive fine art collection, and you don't have to pay a museum admission cost to view it. Several pieces dot the property's indoor and outdoor public spaces. So spend the day exploring, it's totally worth it. Spend an afternoon at ARIA's Spa & Salon. There are some seriously unique amenities in here including a Shio salt room (its salt-infused air improves both your breathing and skin) and Ganbanyoku heated stone beds, which are unbelievably soothing to your muscles. Good to know: There isn't a bad room in the house. Since the price point is elevated here, why not just go all out and upgrade to one of the Sky Suites? With the one-bedroom penthouse, not only will you get postcard-worthy views and more flat-screen TVs than you'd find in an electronics store, but you'll enjoy extras like limousine transport from the airport, a personal concierge and access to the private Sky Suites Lounge, where you can indulge in drinks (yes, this includes alcohol) and snacks all day and night long. If you're thinking of smoking in your room at ARIA, don't. At checkout, you might find you've been hit with a $500-$1000 smoking restoration fee. Be aware that most of the resort's rooms (98 percent of them, only a few high roller suites have been exempted) are nonsmoking, so the only places you'll be able to light up are on the casino floor or in various bars. Parking at ARIA seems more confusing than it really is. The only way to access this garage is by turning off the Strip onto Aria Place. Follow the signs (there is no light) as these will indicate where the left turnoff is to a long ramp that goes down into the garage. This feels trickier than it is because you don't actually see the garage they guide you towards.  We also just want to add that ARIA is set way back from the Strip. Of course, most Vegas Strip resorts involve a walk to reach Las Vegas Boulevard, but this is one of the longer ones. To get to the Strip, you'll have to go through The Shops at Crystals or walk along a series of shops parallel to City Center Place and take a pedestrian bridge across to The Shops at Crystals. Think of it as your workout to burn off those buffet calories.
4026 reviews
8.3 km from city centre
3799 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV, United States
Resort with 18 restaurants, steps from MGM Grand Garden Arena 18 restaurants, 4 outdoor pools, and a full-service spa are available at this resort. Additionally, a casino, 9 bars/lounges, and a fitness center are onsite. MGM Grand Hotel & Casino offers 5003 accommodations with safes and hair dryers. Accommodations offer separate sitting areas. Beds feature premium bedding. Flat-screen televisions come with cable channels and pay movies. Additionally, rooms include irons/ironing boards and complimentary toiletries. Housekeeping is offered daily and in-room massages can be requested. Cribs/infant beds (complimentary) are also available. 4 outdoor swimming pools and 3 spa tubs are on site. Other recreational amenities include a lazy river, a steam room, and a fitness center. Guests under 18 years old are not allowed in the fitness facility. The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or nearby; fees may apply.
7733 reviews
8.8 km from city centre
3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV, United States
The Cosmopolitan is a unique luxury resort, hotel and casino located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. Guests enjoy oversized residential-styled living spaces with private terraces and breathtaking views of the Las Vegas skyline. The resorts one of a kind Restaurant Collection features eateries from such world-class chefs as Bruce and Eric Bromberg, José Andrés and Costas Spiliadis, as well as the first Las Vegas locations of trendsetting outlets like Eggslut, Beauty and Essex, Momofuku and Milk Bar. Stylish design and art engage cultural sensibilities while a vibrant nightlife scene captivates perceptions. The Pool District offers panoramic views and unrivaled service, allowing guests to choose between three distinct pool experiences. Combine it all with an eclectic mix of hand-selected boutiques, a 100,000 square-foot casino, The Chelsea concert venue, Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub, and the serenity of Sahra Spa, Salon and Hammam to redefine your luxury resort experience.
441 reviews
8.0 km from city centre
3667 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV, United States
Resort with 12 restaurants, steps from Miracle Mile Shops Along with 12 restaurants, this resort has a full-service spa and a casino. Additionally, a nightclub, 5 bars/lounges, and a fitness center are onsite. Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino offers 2494 accommodations with iPod docking stations and laptop-compatible safes. Beds feature premium bedding. Smart televisions come with cable channels and pay movies. Bathrooms include separate bathtubs and showers, complimentary toiletries, and hair dryers. Business-friendly amenities include desks and phones. Additionally, rooms include irons/ironing boards and blackout drapes/curtains. 2 spa tubs are on site. In addition to a seasonal outdoor pool, other recreational amenities include a sauna and a fitness center. The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or nearby; fees may apply.
10478 reviews
7.8 km from city centre
3555 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV, United States
Resort with 2 restaurants, steps from LINQ Promenade This resort features 2 restaurants, a full-service spa, and a casino. WiFi in public areas is free. Additionally, 2 poolside bars, 5 bars/lounges, and a health club are onsite. Housekeeping is available on request. Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino offers 3500 accommodations with safes and hair dryers. Beds feature pillowtop mattresses. Flat-screen televisions come with pay movies. Bathrooms include showers and complimentary toiletries. Guests can surf the web using the complimentary wireless Internet access (speed: 25+ Mbps). Business-friendly amenities include desks, desk chairs, and phones. Housekeeping is provided on request. A children's pool and a seasonal outdoor pool are on site. Other recreational amenities include a health club and a sauna.
21482 reviews
7.3 km from city centre
2000 Fashion Show Drive, Las Vegas, NV, United States
Across from the Fashion Show mall and steps from the Strip, the 64-story Trump International Hotel Las Vegas towers above all nearby buildings with a golden facade reflecting the brand of the Donald J. Trump hotel collection. The vibe: Impeccable style, lifestyles of the well-to-do, service that goes above and beyond What we love: Love him or hate him, you can trust that any resort owned and operated by real estate mogul Donald Trump knows how to deliver the good life. That's certainly the case at Trump International Hotel Las Vegas. If you want to be treated like a millionaire.or rather a billionaire.then stay here. Unlike most of Sin City's hotels, Trump International Hotel Las Vegas doesn't have a casino (something that goes over well with families) and it doesn't allow smoking (which goes over well with those of us who hate inhaling other people's cigarette smoke). The staff is awesome. Really they are. And what's more, the concierge-like Trump Attaché team (doesn't that name sound like it belongs to some sort of super secret intelligence agency?) can pretty much make whatever Vegas dream you have - within reason, of course - come true. The rooms at Trump International Hotel Las Vegas are incredible. Not only are they spacious (starting at 515 square feet), but the beds are unbelievably comfy and the bathrooms come with jetted spa tubs. Plus, there are kitchen appliances by Wolf, Bosch and Sub-Zero (nicer brands than you have at home). Insider tips: Trump International Hotel Las Vegas doesn't have a self-parking garage. You have to valet park. That service is free, but a gratuity is expected.  Kids and small dogs are more than welcome here. As part of the Trump Kids program, children get kiddie cocktails, coloring books and other surprises during their stays. And the Trump Pets program gives four-legged guests gourmet treats, bowls with bottled water and plush pet beds. In the resort's gift store, you can also purchase Trump-monogrammed pet accessories including robes, blankets and slippers. The elevated pool deck features ahh-mazing views of the city and a fabulous setting for soaking up the sun. The only thing that can make it better: A drink. We recommend ordering one of the signature cocktails from the poolside café H2(EAU). If pampering yourself is on your vacation must-do checklist, The Spa at Trump has you covered. It offers everything from gemstone treatments and royal body therapies to hangover cures (like the Vegas Recovery Massage and the Morning After Eye Care). Good to know: Trump International Hotel Las Vegas is situated about a block from train tracks. If you're someone who's bothered by train noises (because they do occasionally roll through), you may want to request a room on a higher floor. The resort also sits back about a quarter of a mile from the Strip, so you'll need to do some walking to get to other major properties and shopping. The restaurant choices at Trump International Hotel Las Vegas are pretty much limited to DJT (take a guess at whose initials those are). But the uneven quality of food and service here doesn't seem to be on par with the high-end presentation of the rest of the property.
Free Wi-Fi
8842 reviews
6.0 km from city centre
3131 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV, United States
Vegas hotels don't get any better than Wynn Las Vegas with its luxurious accommodations and the finest of fine restaurants and shops. The vibe: Razzle-dazzle architecture and décor, generously proportioned rooms, every possible convenience, totally gourmet. What we love: There's just something about staying at an elite hotel like Wynn that makes you feel swanky. Revered for elegance and for having incomparably high standards of service, it doesn't matter who you are because you'll feel like someone very important here. A breathtakingly beautiful atrium alive with trees, shrubs and flowers is situated near the lobby. We adore the two whimsical floral installations. One is a carousel, the other a hot air balloon - and both are sure to make your spirits soar. It goes without saying that Wynn would have a gorgeously landscaped pool deck. But we'll say it anyway because lying in the gardens beside either of the two lovely main pools (or splashing out for a cabana) is like escaping to "Fantasy Island".minus the plane, the island and Tattoo. Three words: Wynn Dream bed. Yes, this is a thing - more specifically, it's a custom-designed Sealy mattress dreamily made up with 507-thread-count linens and overstuffed pillows and shams. A perfect night's sleep is guaranteed.  Insider tips: Welcome vegans and vegetarians. All of the restaurants in Wynn (and Encore) have special menu items designed for you. So if you're out with a group, no worries. Wherever you choose to dine, there'll be something perfect for everyone to eat. Visit the Lake of Dreams, located behind the Strip's only manmade mountain. You can't see it from outside Wynn, but when you come inside look for the circular escalator and ride it to the bottom. From dusk until 12:30 a.m; fanciful shows filled with music and holographics play at half-hour intervals on the lake's 40-foot waterfall. The best viewing point is on the terrace of the bar called Aft. Nurse a drink or two and you'll have an evening of entertainment. Good to know: Wynn Resort rooms are big and well designed. The one thing they don't come with is a fridge. Now you will find a minibar in these rooms, but be warned: If you move anything from its place to make space for your own drinks and snacks, you'll automatically be billed for it. It seems silly to talk about upgrades at Wynn, but the possibilities are endless when every room and suite at this hotel feels like a little piece of heaven. That said, the Tower Suites have been awarded the prestigious Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Award for nine straight years. Counted among the finest boutique hotels in the world, they have their own exclusive entrance, lobby and pool. Wynn is connected to its even more elegant sister property. So if you find you want to dial down the crowds and energy level a notch, Encore's quieter, boutique-style offerings are just steps away. Wynn has an awesome self-parking garage, but be aware that on extremely busy weekends as well as during major events or big premieres, you may want to go next door and use the self-parking garage at Encore. Also as an FYI, no outside food or beverages are allowed in the resort or the casino, even if you're staying in a room. All guests who arrive with these items will be told to throw it away or leave it in their car.
209 reviews
5.9 km from city centre
2600 West Harmon Avenue, Las Vegas, NV, United States
Vdara Hotel & Spa at Aria Las Vegas is an all-suite, non-smoking and non-gaming hotel that features a wonderful pool deck and luxury rooms. The vibe: Chic boutique, secluded and artsy with modern touches. What we love: Vdara Hotel & Spa at ARIA Las Vegas seriously feels like a peaceful retreat, right in the heart of the Strip. Each suite includes a kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a separate soaking tub and walk-in shower and slick flat-screen TVs. Each suite also has a separate seating area, which makes your stay a lot more comfortable. If you want to do it big, the Panoramic Suites have a marvelous 270-degree view of the city.  Insider tips: Spend an evening at Vice Versa Patio