Las Vegas Resorts would satisfy every style and budget you can think of, from the extra cheap to the lavish luxury. You just need to pick the right place for you based on location, taste, and budget.
If you are on a budget and want to save on accommodation, venture outside the strip for great deals. You can try Rio, Hard Rock, Resort World, Palace Station, and Red Rock. Some of them go as low as $20 a night.
Rio All-Suites Resort is an excellent choice for the cost and the amenities.
If you insist on being on the strip, you still can find some bargains at hotels like Luxor, Excalibur, Planet Hollywood, Stratosphere, and Tropicana.
I always like to stay in Luxor. I love the Egyptian decor and the slanted elevators.
I recently stayed at the Venetian and loved every minute of my stay. See the review here.
Staying at the Bellagio was exquisite. The room was spacious and comfortable, and the ambiance of the whole property was elegant.
I also enjoyed the upscale restaurants and the Secret Garden. Read more about the Bellagio here.
Resort World is the newest property in Las Vegas, opening in 2021. It has three hotels and a massive retail, conference, and entertainment complex.
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I always admired the Bellagio Hotel from afar and imagined that a stay at this property would be magical.
So I finally broke down and booked a three-night stay with my family. Our experience was mixed.
Despite the glamour and elegance, it turned out to be just another hotel. The rooms were average, and the service needed significant improvement.
The rooms were spacious and comfortable. My suite was split level with the upper level dedicated to the king bed and bathroom. The lower level housed the living room with couches, a desk, and a dining table -very tasteful furniture everywhere. Each level had its own flat-screen TV. The snack bar was well stocked with soft drinks and alcoholic beverages.
Tip: Some snacks and drinks were placed on top of the refrigerator on a weight sensitive plate. If you moved it you bought it. It is very convenient, but it would be nicer if it came with a warning.
The Stardust hotel and casino gave way to the newest resort in Las Vegas, Resort World, which opened in 2021.
The three towers hold three hotels, Hilton, Conrad, and Crockfords, with a shared resort area with casinos, restaurants, a food court, and swimming pools.
Resort World Las Vegas is an Asian-themed property and includes a large casino.
The "District" is a large retail area with various shops, restaurants, and an LED Globe measuring 50 feet (ca. 15 m) in diameter. The Globe stands 40 feet (ca. 12 m) high and has 8,640 triangular LED panels, which project interactive images with a 20-million-pixel resolution.
The Globe plays a digital light show every hour on the hour. You can also catch the show from several locations throughout the resort.