Sin City, or Las Vegas as it is more commonly known, has become famous for many things. It’s a place of hedonistic pursuit and impromptu drive-thru weddings where the thrill of gambling is rife and stars from all over the world compete to perform in one of the many prestigious residential shows. There are museums, restaurants, shopping malls and countless other attractions which could never be seen in just one day – which is why Las Vegas is home to some of the world’s most famous and luxurious hotels.
One of the most iconic landmarks is the fabled Bellagio Hotel. Located on the Las Vegas strip, the Bellagio boasts an incredible array of activities and facilities for the residents of its 3,933 guest rooms. Relax and kick back in the luxury spa or enjoy a dip in one of 5 stunning pools. Choose from 7 bars for a cocktail or visit the on-site botanical gardens for some downtime. The Via Bellagio shopping arcade is a haven for fashionistas, with boutiques and brands like Gucci, Tiffany’s and Chanel all finding a home here. The incomparable Cirque du Soleil also call the Bellagio home with their extravagant show ‘O’. With all of these amazing attractions on one site, it is no wonder the Bellagio has become one of the most sought-after Las Vegas hotels.
Surely the single most famous hotel in Las Vegas must be Caesar’s Palace. Home to a nightclub, a 4,300-seater theatre, a palatial pool area and countless eateries with Michelin stars, Caesar’s combines the elegance and history of replica Roman architecture with the glamour and luxury of a top hotel. Previous residents at Caesar’s include Tom Cruise, Marilyn Monroe, Oprah Winfrey and Elton John, so you can rest assured that you’ll be in good company. Each guestroom has an LCD television, a jetted bath, a walk-in shower, luxurious linen sets and a seating area with chaise longues for relaxing after a hard day on the slots. Matt Goss and Celine Dion are currently residents at Caesar’s, playing sell-out shows night after night to adoring crowds. If you’re feeling spontaneous, there’s also an on-site wedding chapel to make sure your stay at this decadent hotel is one you won’t forget.
If you’re looking for luxury away from the infamous Las Vegas Strip, Palms Place is a safe bet. With smooth hardwood floors complemented by marble and contemporary architecture, the quieter resort lacks none of the elegance and glamour of central Vegas. With restaurants galore, a state of the art theatre which has been host to acts like Bruno Mars and private entrances to all guestrooms, Palms Place prides itself on creating a ‘home away from home’ atmosphere for it’s guests. Despite being away from the Strip, it is sufficiently connected to transport links to enable easy access to the other attractions Las Vegas has to offer.