Best hotels & accommodations in Las Vegas

We list the best hotels, hostels, B&Bs and guesthouses in Las Vegas as recommended by travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Frommer’s, Fodor’s, New York Times and more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews and we only listed places that have at least a 4 out of 5-star customer review rating.

 

Best cheap hotel in Las Vegas: Tuscany Suites & Casino

Best boutique hotel in Las Vegas: Nomad Las Vegas

Best luxury hotel in Las Vegas: Hotel Bellagio

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ARIA Sky Suites Resort, Las Vegas

Reccomended by:

CNN, Lonely Planet, Fodors, Frommers, Telegraph

4.5
120 euro 107 gbp 149 usd 15794 jpy 116 cad 116 aud 1166 hkd 196 sgd 140 chf 946 cny 1229 sek 899 dkk 1160 nok

The Cosmopolitan Hotel, Las Vegas

Reccomended by:

Fodors, Lonely Planet, Frommers, Telegraph

4.5
161 euro 143 gbp 199 usd 21094 jpy 155 cad 155 aud 1558 hkd 262 sgd 187 chf 1263 cny 1641 sek 1201 dkk 1550 nok

Hotel Encore at Wynn, Las Vegas

Reccomended by:

Lonely Planet, Fodors, Frommers, Telegraph

4.5
109 euro 97 gbp 135 usd 14310 jpy 105 cad 105 aud 1057 hkd 178 sgd 126 chf 857 cny 1113 sek 815 dkk 1051 nok

Hotel Bellagio, Las Vegas

Reccomended by:

Lonely Planet, Fodors, Frommers, Telegraph

4.3
121 euro 108 gbp 150 usd 15900 jpy 117 cad 117 aud 1174 hkd 198 sgd 141 chf 952 cny 1237 sek 906 dkk 1168 nok

Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas

Reccomended by:

Fodors, CNN, Telegraph

4.4
120 euro 107 gbp 149 usd 15794 jpy 116 cad 116 aud 1166 hkd 196 sgd 140 chf 946 cny 1229 sek 899 dkk 1160 nok

Resort Delano at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas

Reccomended by:

Frommers, Fodors, Telegraph

4.4
80 euro 71 gbp 99 usd 10494 jpy 77 cad 77 aud 775 hkd 130 sgd 93 chf 628 cny 816 sek 597 dkk 771 nok

The LINQ Hotel, Las Vegas

Reccomended by:

Lonely Planet, Telegraph

4.0
31 euro 28 gbp 39 usd 4134 jpy 30 cad 30 aud 305 hkd 51 sgd 36 chf 247 cny 321 sek 235 dkk 303 nok

SLS Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas

Reccomended by:

CNN, Telegraph

4.1
75 euro 66 gbp 93 usd 9858 jpy 72 cad 72 aud 728 hkd 122 sgd 87 chf 590 cny 767 sek 561 dkk 724 nok

NoMad Hotel, Las Vegas

Reccomended by:

CN Traveler

4.5
112 euro 100 gbp 139 usd 14734 jpy 108 cad 108 aud 1088 hkd 183 sgd 130 chf 882 cny 1146 sek 839 dkk 1082 nok

The Cromwell Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas

Reccomended by:

CNN

4.2
80 euro 71 gbp 99 usd 10494 jpy 77 cad 77 aud 775 hkd 130 sgd 93 chf 628 cny 816 sek 597 dkk 771 nok

FAQ

What are the best neighborhoods to stay in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is a resort city located in U.S. state Nevada’s Mojave Desert and is renowned for its lively nightlife casinos and other amusement options. It has replicas of the Eiffel Tower, the Venetian Grand Canal, and Egyptian pyramid. Some of the major neighborhoods in Las Vegas are:

Anthem
Anthem is among the few neighborhoods to be located at the southern end of the city and is among the wealthiest neighborhoods in the valley. It includes waterfalls and a 7,000-yard golf course and is close to Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area and the country club.

Aliante
Aliante is among the upcoming neighborhoods in the city that has increased exponentially in size. The neighborhood presently has more than 1,000 residential areas as well as shopping center, golf club, and a casino. The neighborhood is on the north end of the US Interstate 95.

Arts District
The Arts District is a local art community neighborhood that is situated next to downtown Las Vegas. Over the past few years, the neighborhood has become the home to emerging studios and businesses and murals can be found painted on the walls of vacant buildings and businesses.

Blue Diamond
Blue Diamond is a neighborhood that is far from the hustle and bustle of the city and offers the locals and visitors a break from the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas. The neighborhood is near to Spring Mountain Ranch State Park, Super Summer Theatre, and Bonnie Springs.

Downtown Las Vegas
Downtown Las Vegas is a neighborhood that is home to several independent businesses such as Dona Maria’s Tamales, Container Park, Rockin’ Bettie and Makers and Finders Coffee.

Also check out our guide about the best areas to stay in Las Vegas.

What is the best budget hotel in Las Vegas?

If you're looking for a cheap hotel in Las Vegas, then book Tuscany Suites & Casino. It's an excellent budget hotel offering great value for money. It's in a good location, it's been recommended by travel experts and the hotel has excellent customer reviews. Also check out our list of the best cheap hotels in Las Vegas.

What is the best boutique hotel in Las Vegas?

You like some luxury but don't like the famous chain hotels. If you're looking for the best boutique hotel in Las Vegas, you should check out Nomad Las Vegas. It's a very cool hotel that has been highly recommended by travelers and experts.
Also check out our list of the best boutique hotels in Las Vegas, it's a manually curated list of the most unique and romantic hotels in the city.

What is the best luxury hotel in Las Vegas?

If money isn't a problem and you're looking for a luxury hotel in Las Vegas, then go for Hotel Bellagio. The hotel offers excellent service, it's in a top location, it has been rated very highly by previous guests and renowned travel critics have recommended it. Also check out our list of the best luxury hotels in Las Vegas, it's a manually curated list of the most exclusive 5-star hotels in the city.

Which Las Vegas hotel offers great views?

If you're looking for a room with a view, then try The Cosmopolitan Hotel, ARIA Sky Suites Resort or Hotel Bellagio. All offer amazing views of Las Vegas and the strip according to recent customer reviews.

How much does it cost to stay in a Las Vegas hotel?

For a 3-star hotel you have to pay around $130 per night and for a 4-star hotel you would be looking at $190 per night. If you're after a luxury 5-star Las Vegas hotel then you can expect to pay around $320 per night.

What are the best things to do in Las Vegas?

Grand Canyon National Park Bus Tour. Join us for a journey to the Grand Canyon South Rim! Along the drive to the canyon, you will get to stop along historic Route 66 to see the Grand Canyon Caverns. Price: $105.

Helicopter Flight at Night over the Las Vegas Strip. Enjoy panoramic views of Las Vegas, the entertainment capital of the world! Spectacular views of the Bellagio fountain, the laser beam at the Luxor and the dazzling Stratosphere Tower on your helicopter flight over the Las Vegas Strip. Price: $89.

The High Roller at The LINQ. At more than 550 feet (167 meters) tall, the High Roller in Vegas isn't your county fair Ferris wheel. See for yourself during a 30-minute revolution in one of the High Roller's 28 air-conditioned compartments. Price: $21.

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About Las Vegas

Thinking about planning a trip to Las Vegas, but you’re not sure where to start? Perhaps you’ve been there before and want to see something new, or maybe it’s your first time, and you need some insider tips on things to do, places to eat, and hotels that offer value rather than just glitz. The city of Las Vegas offers visitors so much in terms of attractions, hotels, restaurants, nightlife, activities… the list goes on. It’s one of the most visited destinations in the world, with an estimated 42 million annual visitors. If you’re planning a trip there soon, then we have everything you need to know right here in our ultimate guide.

Plan your trip
Las Vegas is big and can seem overwhelming if you don’t plan in advance. The best thing to do is map out your itinerary before you go. That includes deciding what attractions you want to visit, where you want to eat, which hotel(s) you’ll stay at, and how much time you want to spend doing each activity. You’ll also need a way to get around the city as taxis can be expensive while walking will take up a lot of your valuable vacation time.

Here are the top three things to consider when planning your trip:

1) What are your priorities?

2) Which attractions would make the best use of your time?

3) Where should you stay?

Keep these tips in mind when mapping out your itinerary:

Keep it realistic. There’s no sense in setting unrealistic expectations for yourself or visiting too many attractions on any given day. Once that happens, it will be easier for you to enjoy the city without feeling overwhelmed by all the options available.

Choose a few must-see attractions per day and leave some free time for exploration or relaxing at night. It doesn’t matter if they’re free or cost money, just plan accordingly and have a general idea of what’s available so that nothing gets skipped over and there’s enough time for everything on your list.

Seek out deals on tickets ahead of time if possible!

What to know before you go to Las Vegas
Las Vegas is a party town, so you’ll want to drink responsibly and take care of your money. It can be easy to lose track of what you’re spending when you’re having fun and enjoying the nightlife. Always have a set budget for how much you plan on spending, and make sure to have cash on hand to avoid over-spending. You may not realize this but Las Vegas has less nightlife than it used to. This means that if you arrive in Las Vegas early in the morning or late at night then there won’t be many bars and clubs open. You may want to plan ahead and book your accommodations based on where the nightlife is located, or wait until nightfall before exploring the city. Always remember that dressing like a tourist will get you higher prices everywhere from restaurants to attractions and cab rides. If you want to experience Vegas like a local, then be smart about what you’re wearing by dressing up as if you were going out for dinner with friends in your hometown. You’ll get better deals this way!

Activities in Las Vegas
Las Vegas offers so much in terms of activities. There are countless indoor and outdoor things to do in the city. One of the best ways to get a feel for what Las Vegas has to offer is to explore it on foot. You can easily see all the famous hotels on The Strip, such as MGM Grand, Caesars Palace, New York-New York, etc. If you have time, try walking down Fremont Street for a more old school Vegas experience. Along the way, you’ll find cheap food options, funky art exhibits and even free live entertainment on some days and evenings! Another popular activity is taking a ride on one of the many rollercoasters that are located at major attractions like Adventuredome at Circus Circus or New York-New York’s Big Apple Coaster. Some hotels also have amusement parks with rides that are exclusive to their property like Excalibur’s Tournament of Kings show and Luxor’s Sphinx and Obelisk water slides. On top of that, there are all sorts of other family-friendly attractions like Madame Tussauds Wax Museum or the Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay that are worth visiting too.

Food in Las Vegas
Las Vegas is home to some of the best restaurants in the world. There are more than 200,000 dining options in Las Vegas, so it can be hard to know where to start. From fine dining to all-night breakfast, there’s something for everyone. If you want a true taste of Sin City cuisine, then head over to one of the many buffets in town. There are plenty of options that are available and range from affordable family-friendly buffets to posh gourmet buffets with champagne pairings and private chefs. For example, the Grand Lux Cafe offers a variety of cuisines, ranging from American classics like mac and cheese and fried chicken to Asian favorites like sushi and pad Thai noodles. They also offer full-service coffee from around the world as well as alcoholic beverages and desserts for all tastes. There are many great restaurants on the Strip and downtown as well as off-Strip locations that offer excellent food at a fraction of what you’d pay at a hotel restaurant. The Strip offers several celebrity chef restaurants including Guy Savoy’s L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon or Gordon Ramsay’s Burgr located at Paris Las Vegas Hotel; while downtown has plenty of hip eateries like Eat & Pray Kitchen or Holsteins Shakes & Buns.

Final words
Las Vegas is an amazing city with a lot to offer. The hotels and casinos are some of the best in the world. Restaurants offer cuisines from all over the world and nightlife is full of attractions like clubs, lounges, bars, comedy venues, and more.

We recommend that you read our guide about where to stay in Las Vegas. It gives you an excellent overview of the most popular areas, highlighting each area’s main attractions and hotel recommendations.

If you like our list of the best hotels in Las Vegas, then you should also check out our selection of recommended hotels in Los Angeles or the best hotels in San Diego.