Staying in Las Vegas
Stay and play on the Strip
"The Strip", aka Las Vegas Boulevard, runs straight through the city's beating heart, distinguished by blinding lights announcing the resorts, casinos and high-rise hotels the so-called Entertainment Capital of the World is known for.
There's something for everyone plus more on the Strip, especially when it comes to Las Vegas accommodation. From the quirky New York-New York – where you can enjoy a piece of the Big Apple in Nevada – to the playful Treasure Island and the fantastically flamboyant Flamingo, you don't have to wander far to find somewhere to stash your suitcase on the Strip.
Lash out on a luxury stay
Las Vegas loves to keep its casinos flourishing, so it makes sense that luxury plays a big part in customer satisfaction. You can often score a lavish room for less than you may think! Book your stay at the beautiful Bellagio, which reaps awards for both its rooms and restaurants, or live like a Roman emperor at the iconic Caesars Palace.
Perhaps the stylishly modern Mirage is better suited to your needs, or the chandelier-and-marble-clad Monte Carlo, which promises an exquisite VIP experience on the top floor? Whether it's a little luxe at the Luxor or Italian elegance at the Venetian, luxury is certainly piled high in Las Vegas.
Spend or save at Vegas resorts
When deciding on your Las Vegas hotel, consider whether you want to stay at a casino resort or a non-gaming establishment. If you're up for a roll of the dice, there are dozens of gaming resorts including Excalibur, MGM Grand, Stratosphere and plenty of others heading into the Downtown district or Freemont Street areas.
If you're treating the family to a world-class show or a spot of shopping, opting for a hotel without an adjoining casino can offer a bit more peace and quiet. The Trump International, Palms Place, Hilton Grand Vacations Club and Four Seasons are just some of your choices when it comes to gaming-free stays.