Hotels in Las Vegas Nevada

If you’re looking for hotels in Las Vegas Nevada, especially when it comes to group travel, then you’ve come to the right place. Traveling in a group to Las Vegas can be an unforgettable experience. If you haven’t had the pleasure of visiting this desert city, then you might do well to gather up some friends or family to see what it’s all about. For those who have been to Las Vegas, maybe you weren’t entirely aware of some of these particularly outstanding finds below. Whatever your pleasure, these hotels in Las Vegas Nevada will undoubtedly set you up with a once in a lifetime experience. First, though, let’s take a look at some background information on the city itself.

Las Vegas, with a population of around 700,000 people, is the largest city in Nevada. Unique to the city and among its main draws are its mix of gambling, entertainment, fine dining, shopping and nightlife. Known as a major resort city, Las Vegas is a top three USA destination for conventions, with the most AAA Five Diamond hotels in the world, as well as one of the most visited cities in the world.

Evidence of human activity in the area dates back 10,000 years. The city’s name is Spanish for “the meadows” due to traders’ traveling the Spanish Trail there in the early 1800s and finding abundant wild grasses and a desert spring. In 1844 John C. Fremont arrived in the area and helped lure pioneers through his writings, and Old Mormon Fort became the first structure to be built by people of European descent.

Today, Las Vegas bustles not only around the gaming tables and slot machines, but also from its outstanding entertainment, nightlife and dining options. Professional sporting events are also on the uptick, with the NHL’s Las Vegas Knights beginning play in 2017 at T-Mobile Arena, and the NFL’s Las Vegas Raiders set to begin play in 2020 at Allegiant Stadium. The area’s climate is considered subtropical hot desert, with hot summers and mild winters. On average, 310 days per year in Vegas are sunny. Major points of interest include Las Vegas Strip, Downtown, Stratosphere Tower, World Market Center, Las Vegas Springs Preserve, Las Vegas Arts District, Fremont Street, Red Rock Canyon, Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign, Neon Museum, Mob Museum, Las Vegas Natural History Museum, Smith Center for the Performing Arts, Symphony Park and University of Nevada, Las Vegas, to name a few. Now that we have covered some background information on the city, it’s time to get you to these hotels in Las Vegas Nevada that we are certain will make for an unforgettable experience.

 

 

 

Dream Penthouse at Palms Place

4381 West Flamingo Road

Hotels in Las Vegas Nevada

What’s going on?

Dream Penthouse at Palms Place features 3 bedrooms, a restaurant, an outdoor pool, free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, air conditioning, a balcony, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen, a patio with pool views, a hammam, a hot tub and a terrace. Nearby are PalmS Place (grocery store), Body in Mind Pilates Studio, Drift Spa and Hammam, APEX Social Club, The View (casino), Vetri Cucina, Las Vegas (Northern Italian restaurant), The Café at The Apothecary Shoppe, Exhale (cannabis store), Pole Position Raceway (go-cart track), Paris Nails & Lashes (nail salon), Thai Spice (restaurant), Mr. Bill’s Pipe & Tobacco Company, Japan Mini Mart (supermarket), Oodle Noodle (udon noodle restaurant), Pasta Mia West (restaurant), Umiya Sushi (restaurant), Pole Fitness Studio (physical fitness program), KB’s Barber shop, Trophies Of Las Vegas and more.

This location is 0.7 miles from Orleans Arena, 1.2 miles from Forum Shops At Caesars Palace, Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace and CityCenter Las Vegas, 1.4 miles from Eiffel Tower at Paris Hotel, 1.9 miles from Shark Reef Aquarium, 4.9 miles from Fremont Street Experience, 5.2 miles from Town Square Las Vegas, 13 miles from Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and 3.3 miles from McCarran International Airport.

Approximate cost per night: $1,620

Cost per person (nine people): $180


 

 

Trump International Hotel Las Vegas

2000 Fashion Show Drive

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Near here?

Trump International Hotel Las Vegas boasts luxury spa services, an outdoor pool, kitchenette facilities, free WiFi, iPod docking stations, seating areas, a full-service hair and nail salon, a state-of-the-art gym and a signature restaurant. You may encounter Crash Academy Pole Studio (gym), Illuminati Tattoo Co., Thai Street Cafe, Las Vegas Massage Spa, Party Bus Rentals Las Vegas, Welder Up (tourist attraction), Machine Gun Experience (shooting-range), Rollin Smoke Barbeque (restaurant), Fashion Show (shopping mall), Nordstrom Fashion Show (department store), House of Hoops by Foot Locker (shoe store), Tommy Bahama (clothing store), Macy’s, Grimaldi’s Pizzeria, The LEGO Store, Ben Bridge Jeweler, GUESS (clothing store), The Body Shop (cosmetics store), L’OCCITANE EN PROVENCE (cosmetics store), Coach (fashion accessories store), Bath and Body Works, Calvin Klein, lululemon, kate spade new york, Kendra Scott (jewelry store), UGG (shoe store), Hollister Co, Maggiano’s Little Italy (restaurant), El Segundo Sol (Mexican restaurant), RA Sushi Bar Restaurant, The Capital Grille (fine dining restaurant) and more.

From here Fashion Show Mall is 0.2 miles, Lake of Dreams and Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian are 0.4 miles, Gondola Ride at The Venetian and The Mirage Volcano are 0.5 miles, Crystals Shopping Center is 1.5 miles, Fremont Street Experience is 3.3 miles and McCarran International Airport is 3.4 miles.

Approximate cost per night (three-bedroom penthouse): $2,530

Cost per person (seven people): $362

 

 

 

 

The Palazzo at The Venetian®

3325 Las Vegas Boulevard South

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Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian

Offering a full-service spa, a health club, a pool deck overlooking the Strip, a state-of-the-art casino, spacious suites, separate living areas, LCD HD TVs, high-speed internet access, deluxe bathroom amenities, daily newspapers, over 80 restaurants and bars and 10 outdoor pools, The Palazzo at The Venetian® is close to The Atrium at the Palazzo (shopping mall), Salvatore Ferragamo, MONTBLANC, Suitsupply Las Vegas, Jimmy Choo, Louis Vuitton, Bauman Rare Books, Coach, Honolulu Cookie Company, kate spade, Mezlan (shoe store), Robert Graham (clothing store), REVIV Las Vegas (medical spa), Cuadra (shoe store), SUSHISAMBA Las Vegas (Japanese restaurant) and more.

You’ll find Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian 0.1 miles, Gondola Ride at The Venetian, Lake of Dreams and Fashion Show Mall 0.2 miles, LINQ Promenade 0.4 miles, Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas, High Roller and Flamingo Wildlife Habitat 0.5 miles, The Neon Museum 4.1 miles and McCarran International Airport 3 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night (luxury two queen select view): $505

Cost per person (four people): $127

 

 

 

 

The Carriage House

105 East Harmon Avenue

Hotels in Las Vegas Nevada

Heart of Las Vegas

With fully-equipped kitchens, an outdoor pool, a tennis court, free WiFi, contemporary rooms, flat-screen TVs, iPod docking stations, in-room safes, ironing facilities, a fitness center, a hot tub and free on-site parking, The Carriage House is near Topgolf, Wet Republic Ultra Pool, Cabana Grill (sandwich shop) and more.

Ka Theatre – Cirque du Soleil, Bally’s & Paris Monorail Station, Crystals Shopping Center and Monorail – MGM Grand Station are 0.3 miles, Eiffel Tower at Paris Hotel, CityCenter Las Vegas, MGM Grand Garden Arena and M&M’s World Las Vegas are 0.4 miles, High Roller is 0.7 miles, Stratosphere Tower is 2.9 miles, Mob Museum is 4.8 miles and McCarran International Airport is 1.9 miles from this spot.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom suite): $170

Cost per person (four people): $43

 

 

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Signature MGM Penthouse Suite

145 East Harmon Avenue

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Penthouse Views

Signature MGM Penthouse Suite has a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk, a bar, a garden, a year-round outdoor pool, a terrace, air conditioning, a spa bath, a balcony, a fully-equipped kitchen, a seating area, a flat-screen TV, a washing machine, a private bathroom with hot tub and hairdryer, a coffee machine, a business center, a gym and free private parking. It’s near The Carriage House.

Approximate cost per night: $434

Cost per person (four people): $109


 

 

Aliante Casino + Hotel

7300 Aliante Parkway

Hotels in Las Vegas Nevada

North Las Vegas

Featuring more than 2,000 slot machines and table games, an outdoor pool, modern guest rooms, 42-inch flat-screen TVs, work desks, iPod docking stations, five on-site restaurants, nightly entertainment, a state-of-the-art race and sports book, an all-day bingo hall and a golf course, Aliante Casino + Hotel is set near Access Showroom (concert hall), Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop, Marblecreek Lake, Aliante Nature Discovery Park, Kaizen Fusion Roll & Sushi, Fine Wine Wine Cellar, Lee’s Discount Liquor, Smith’s Food and Drug (grocery store), Waffles Café, Sierra Gold (bar), Regal Aliante & IMAX (movie theater) and more.

This hotel is 5.2 miles from Floyd Lamb State Park, aka Tule Springs, 6.3 miles from Mountain Crest Disc Golf Course, 7.4 miles from Durango Hills Golf Course, 7.9 miles from Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix, 8.3 miles from Cashman Field, Meadows Shopping Mall and The Neon Museum, 8.4 miles from Las Vegas Springs Preserve, 8.5 miles from Mob Museum, 8.6 miles from Nellis Air Force Base, 10.4 miles from Las Vegas Motor Speedway, 11.9 miles from Forum Shops At Caesars Palace, 12.8 miles from CityCenter Las Vegas and 14.5 miles from McCarran International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (executive suite): $378

Cost per person (four people): $95

 

 

 

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Bellagio

3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South

Hotels in Las Vegas Nevada

Bellagio Fountains

With an upscale day spa, multiple dining options, elegant rooms, marble private bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, electronic drapes, soft bathrobes, mini-bars, iPod docking stations, 5 beautiful courtyard pools, lush botanical gardens, a fine art gallery, sophisticated boutique shops and conference rooms, Bellagio resounds close to Fendi, Capri, “O” Theatre Showroom (performing arts theater), Michael Mina (seafood restaurant), Bellagio Patisserie, Bellagio Chocolate Fountain, Harvest by Roy Ellamar (American restaurant), Weddings at Bellagio, Bellagio Spa, Salon at the Bellagio (beauty salon), Aria Express (transportation service), GUERLAIN (perfume store), Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, Hermès, CHANEL, DIOR, Le Cirque (French restaurant), Prime Steakhouse, Picasso (French restaurant), Tiffany & Co., Fountains of Bellagio and more.

You may find Eiffel Tower at Paris Hotel 0.2 miles, Drai’s Beach Club & Nightclub and Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood 0.3 miles, Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace and Flamingo Wildlife Habitat 0.4 miles, Fremont Street Experience 4.4 miles, Red Rock Canyon 16.7 miles and McCarran International Airport 2.4 miles from this renowned hotel.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom penthouse): $1,190

Cost per person (six people): $198

 

 

 

 

 

Elara by Hilton Grand Vacations

80 East Harmon Avenue

Hotels in Las Vegas Nevada

What’s around?

Elara by Hilton Grand Vacations provides a health club, a tropical outdoor pool, floor-to-ceiling windows, marble bathrooms, kitchenettes, 42-inch flat-screen TVs, a lobby bar, a seasonal poolside bar, a full-service concierge and a gift shop. Nearby you’ll find Elara Pool, Sin City Brewing Co. (bar), FOSSIL, Ocean One Bar & Grille, Bikini Bay Nevada (swimwear store), Journeys (shoe store), Crazy Shirts, True Religion, Twin Peaks Las Vegas Strip (American restaurant), Pin-Up Pizza, Shiver – Frozen Cocktails, Gordon Ramsay Burger, Blondies Sports Bar & Grill, Billabong, Club Tattoo, Wyland Galleries (art gallery), Saxe Theater and more. This hotel is close to The Carriage House.

Approximate cost per night (premier two-bedroom suite): $635

Cost per person (six people): $105


 

 

 

Vdara Hotel & Spa at ARIA Las Vegas

2600 West Harmon Avenue

Hotels in Las Vegas Nevada

What’s happening?

Offering a full-service spa, iPod docking stations, 42-inch flat-screen TVs, kitchenettes, dining areas, dog-friendly special suites, a rooftop pool surrounded by plunge pools, a poolside bar, a boutique grocery store and cafe, a contemporary lounge and live music, Vdara Hotel & Spa at ARIA is positioned close to Vice Versa Patio & Lounge, The Body Restoration Massage Group, Sage (American restaurant), The Shops at Crystals (shopping mall), Loro Piana (clothing store), Bottega Veneta, Hermès, Fendi, BALENCIAGA, Prada, Akhob, By James Turrell (art gallery), Louis Vuitton, TOM FORD, Tiffany & Co., BVLGARI, dior homme, The Deuce (lounge), Javier’s (Mexican restaurant), CityCenter and more.

From here CityCenter Las Vegas, Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens and Crystals Shopping Center are 0.2 miles, Bellagio Fountains are 0.3 miles, T-Mobile Arena is 0.4 miles, Drai’s Beach Club & Nightclub is 0.5 miles, M&M’s World Las Vegas is 0.6 miles, Fremont Street Experience is 4.7 miles, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is 14.1 miles and McCarran International Airport is 2.3 miles.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom penthouse suite): $517

Cost per person (four people): $130

 

 

 

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Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas

3752 Las Vegas Boulevard South

Hotels in Las Vegas Nevada

Central Las Vegas Strip

Providing an extensive two-floor spa with 5-star treatments, a modern gym with a yoga room, flat-screen TVs, electric kettles, bath robes, slippers, state-of-the-art technology to control lighting, air conditioning and entertainment, a furnished terrace with cabanas, 2 lap pools, 2 hot tubs and 1 plunge pool, hourly staff offering different amenities such as glass cleaning or frozen fruit and 5-star dining, Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas is situated close to Skybar, Tea Lounge (tea house), Twist by Pierre Gagnaire (fine dining restaurant), Zen Kitchen, CVS, Waldorf Astoria Spa Las Vegas, Eataly Las Vegas at Park MGM (Italian restaurant), Park Theater (performing arts theater), Bavette’s Steakhouse & Bar, T-Mobile Arena and more. Waldorf Astoria is close to Vdara.

This spot is 0.1 miles from CityCenter Las Vegas and Crystals Shopping Center, 0.3 miles from M&M’s World Las Vegas, Ka Theatre – Cirque du Soleil, Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood and T-Mobile Arena, 0.8 miles from Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace, 1 mile from Shark Reef Aquarium, 3 miles from Whole Foods Market, 5 miles from Mob Museum and 2 miles from McCarran International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse king suite): $1,160

Cost per person (three people): $387

 

 

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Hilton Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa

1610 Lake Las Vegas Parkway

Hotels in Las Vegas Nevada

And here?

Located at a hidden gem in Lake Las Vegas, Hilton Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa offers Mediterranean-inspired architecture, an outdoor pool, restaurants, shops, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, work desks, sitting areas, bathrobes, a seasonal poolside cafe and terrace serving tropical cocktails, fresh wraps, seafood and salads to guests in cabanas, a spa, a 24-hour front desk, bike rentals, a fitness center and a business center. Nearby you may encounter Vino Del Lago (bar), Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Mimi & Coco Bistro, Lake Las Vegas Water Sports (water park), Seasons Grocery (grocery store), Lake Las Vegas Marina, Reflection Bay Golf Club, SandsaBar & Grill, g Aveda Spa Lago (spa), The Lake Club at Lake Las Vegas (event venue) and more.

This lakeside hotel is 4.5 miles from Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve, 4.9 miles from Sam Boyd Stadium and Wetlands Park, 5.6 miles from Henderson Amphitheater, 6.5 miles from Clark County Heritage Museum, 8 miles from Ethel M Chocolates, 8.6 miles from Wildhorse Golf Course, 9.2 miles from Lake Mead, 10.1 miles from Henderson Pavilion, 12.4 miles from Hoover Dam, 12.6 miles from Fremont Street Experience, 13.4 miles from Gondola Ride at The Venetian and Eiffel Tower at Paris Hotel, 13.6 miles from CityCenter Las Vegas and 12.4 miles from McCarran International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (double room lake view): $220

Cost per person (four people): $56

 

 

 

 

We hope you have found great value in this information. Thank you for stopping by and always remember, what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas!

34 Replies to “Hotels in Las Vegas Nevada”

  1. Hello there,thanks for this awesome article it would be of great help to the public as it has been of help to me..I have always wanted to go to Las Vegas but I haven’t really made out time….but I have heard alot about Las Vegas so I planned a vacation form April this year……thanks once again… because I have been thinking of the accommodation that is the different hotels I would be lodging in throughout my stay and I think I would go with Trump international and the Palazzo

    thanks alot…. NELSON

  2. Thanks a lot for such an amazing review about Hotels in Las Vegas Nevada and explanations are given.

    I plan to visit Las Vegas Nevada with my longtime friend. So I searched for accommodations on the internet. We will have no budget for these accommodations, but they are wonderful. A very good article.

    Thanks again and keep in touch.

  3. The post is magnificent because I love Las Vegas. I’ve watched a lot of movies and documentaries about Las Vegas. It’s really magnificent and a big city full of fun and commercials. I like Hotels in Las Vegas, especially the Dream Penthouse at Palms Place. one day to see it live. I think when a person watches live it’s even nicer.

  4. Hi,

    Thanks for putting this list together. I’ve never been to Vegas, but I’ve considered visiting this year.

    The hotels you presented look luxurious. I don’t usually stay in this kind of hotels, but I do understand it’s Vegas. My uncle and aunt visited last year and they loved it. They stayed at The Palazzo I believe.

    I will bookmark this article for future reference. Thanks a lot!

  5. When putting together a retirement bucket list with all of the places you want to visit, you’d think it would be a hard task. Not really, my list is pretty long and Las Vegas is right up there on the ‘short’ version.

    Being able to get to see all the places you want to see is only going to be down to one thing, being able to afford it all, and still have enough funds to enjoy it. Once you factor in flights between destinations, it can soon add up. Keeping the fixed prices down helps.

    You have some wonderful venues that have amazing facilites. More pleasing were the range of prices. As I was working my way through tem all I intially thought that if we wanted prime location it was going to cost us. Then I found ‘The Carriage House’ It has everything we need, is close to the heart of the city and isn’t going to break the bank, even if it’s just the two of us. Might end up being more but for now we can cost it on two. Very impressive. 

  6. Hello again, I really want to want to first appreciate your effort in putting this great website together and writing this article. While going through your articles I always find new places I desire to visit with little knowledge about them. This article brought somewhere familiar and I am so glad. I have visited the dreams penthouse at palms place a couple of times and it is indeed as you have described

  7. Hey, Your guide on Hotels in Las Vegas Nevada are very helpful. From your article I know that Las Vegas is a top three USA destination for conventions, with the most AAA Five Diamond hotels in the world, as well as one of the most visited cities in the world. While coming to Las Vegas, we will stay in Trump International Hotel Las Vegas or The Carriage House. You are doing awesome work for travelers by helping them to find the best hotels.

  8. I believe every person has their happy place – a place that fits them just right, and works with every aspect of their life. Vegas works very well for me, I loved living there. I lived there since when I was a kid. At 12, my family relocated to LA because of my dad’s job.

    I can tell that Las Vegas is just an amazing place to be because of its nightlife, entertainment, shopping, and lots. They have so many exotic hotels that fits into anyone’s personality just like the ones listed above. If travelling in group, then anyone can find the above hotels very useful as they come with affordable prices and awesome features.

  9. Hiya Admin

    Thanks for your thorough and informative article about hotels in Las Vegas. I didn’t know that the name was Spanish for ‘the meadows’ Is there any grass left still? I like that you include options for different budgets. My interest in Las Vegas is high at the moment as I intend to win a trip to there. 

    I liked the look of the 1610 Lake Las Vegas Parkway hotel so much that I’ve downloaded the pic as somewhere I’d like to stay. Hope that’s ok I’m also bookmarking your site for future reference. Thanks for giving me lots of options to help me make an informed choice, krs PurpleLioness 

  10. I like this ide of a topic, it is more informative and could be huge… those sites you usually visit does not have this kind of information and there are a massive amount of clicks to get to what you want, this is amazing for helping people find what they are looking for.

    The site in general looks very pro and If I was about to go to vegas it would help me alot.. to bad I live in Sweden but maybe next year 😉

    1. Andreas thank you for the comments all the way from Sweden! If you can make the trip next year it is sure to be a memorable experience. Thank you for the comments

  11. I have often wondered why Las Vegas is lauded as a great destination for a family holiday. This article has put all my curiosity to rest. It is clearly a nightlife city with outstanding entertainment. The city thrives on this.

    No wonder the hotel industry has been very quick to capitalize on this. I think these hotels are all world class, but I’m particularly impressed by the grand canal shoppes. 

    Thanks for this really fun and informative post.

  12. Going to Las Vegas is the dream for every traveler and I am not an exception.

    Once I read, Las Vegas looks the way you’d imagine heaven must look at night. – Chuck Palahniuk.

    Indeed, it’s hard to imagine a bigger desert oasis than Las Vegas. I read a lot of posts about Las Vegas in the past but your’s gave me great insights. Those posts are about spending money in Las Vegas but yours is about saving money. I appreciate all the efforts and research you did for providing this helpful post.

    I am planning to visit Vegas next year so this post means a lot to me. The history you shared about Vegas is informative. The Carriage House is the one I am interested. 

    1. Paul thank you for pointing out that the post is more about saving money, absolutely. Glad to hear that you are interested in The Carriage House and thanks for stopping by!

  13. Las Vegas is a place that I have visited for business and pleasure many times over the decades, but I have not stayed at any of the places that you have recommended. I plan on making at least one more trip there this year, so I definitely will try one that you highlighted.

    The prices for stays are also within reason at all of them when considering the locations and the level of rooms and services that you can get. I likely will not go with the most expensive option, rather one of the middle-of-the-road priced locations. That way I will have more money for shows! I am thinking of the Hilton Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa. Thanks for the great review article!

    1. More money for shows is wise Steve, and Hilton Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa is an excellent choice. Nice to see you again and happy travels!

  14. Hi There,

    Thanks for the insight!!

    It was really needed,

    I love the layout and design of your website by the way : )

    I think this post is a great way to help people who will be travelling to Las Vegas soon or for those who are just curious for the future, like me, It would be a dream to visit Las Vegas, High hopes for the future!! 

    Thanks Again.. 

  15. I have never been to Las Vegas, as I am not much of a gambler, however I have heard that there is plenty else to do between the shows and incredible food. My mother was out there recently on business. I’ll have to ask her what she thought as a whole. I like that you showcase a mix of the more well-known places, like the Waldorf Astoria and the Bellagio, and some less well-well known. I feel it really gives people options when booking a trip there! Thanks!

    1. Steve, Vegas has evolved into much more than gambling, especially with the Raiders coming to town, as an example. It is a hub for entertainment and, yes, cuisine as well. Thank you for the comments!

  16. Hello, Thanks a lot for such an amazing review about Hotels in Las Vegas Nevada and explanations are given. I’ve watched a lot of movies and documentaries about Las Vegas. It’s really magnificent and a big city full of fun and commercials. I like Hotels in Las Vegas, This article brought somewhere familiar and I am so glad. I have visited the dreams penthouse at palms place a couple of times and it is indeed as you have described

    1. Hi Naksh thanks for confirming that Dream Penthouse at Palms Place is as described. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and Leaving Las Vegas, two classics!

  17. Ah Las Vegas, I call it the city of sparkling lights. This city never sleeps. It’s a really beautiful place to catch fun but it’s a really fast place though. There’s a lot to see over there and this detailed article about hotels in the city will help me get started on what lodging accommodation I should get and where to find it when I get there. 

    i really hope to go Lo Las Vegas sometime this year, and am sure going to have lots of fun down there. 

    1. Samikingss no doubt about it you’ll have fun, and hopefully not too much! Really, it’s a beautiful, fast place, and be sure to check out the surrounding natural environment if you get the chance. 

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