From the Gothic-themed Venetian to the hidden penthouses at the MGM Grand, the coolest hotels in Vegas excel as entertainment hubs without sacrificing the top-tier service you’d expect from four- and five-star resorts.
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Sidenote: are there boutique hotels in Las Vegas?
It depends on your definition of a “boutique hotel.” If you’re looking for somewhere to stay that only caters to a few guests at a time, you won’t find great options near or on the Strip. But if you want a luxurious, boutique hotel experience, you won’t be disappointed.
The 6 coolest hotels in Vegas
While there may not be any “true” boutique hotels in Las Vegas, the coolest hotels in Vegas double as famous Vegas landmarks, boasting incredible restaurants, casinos and nightlife attractions.
1. The Venetian
The Venetian Resort is a must-see on any Las Vegas itinerary. The first tower (the original Venetian) stands out among Las Vegas’ coolest hotels, with its Gothic façade that opens up to gondola rides through the Grande Shoppes and a bustling casino floor.
Of particular note is The Venetian’s Dorsey Cocktail Bar — a great place for a date night if you’re checking out the best Vegas hotels for couples. The vibe is classy, but not at the expense of fun.
2. The Palazzo
If you’re looking for a Las Vegas boutique hotel experience, stay at The Venetian’s sister hotel, The Palazzo. This swanky establishment emphasizes luxury over Old-World charm, with spacious rooms, opulent furnishings and world-class service.
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3. Vdara Hotel & Spa at ARIA Las Vegas
Looking for things to do in Vegas besides gamble? The Vdara at the ARIA Resort (one of the best party hotels in Vegas) features a five-star spa that consistently ranks among the top options in the US.
The Vdara isn’t a true Las Vegas boutique hotel (again, that’s not really a thing in Vegas), but the lavish rooms provide an oasis amidst the hubbub of the Strip. And like The Palazzo, the Vdara caters to guests seeking a five-star stay with uncompromising service.
Bonus: check out our non-gambling Vegas itinerary for more things to do.
4. The Bellagio
Speaking of upscale, The Bellagio has long reigned as one of the most elegant places to stay in Vegas.
Among the best of Las Vegas’ coolest hotels, the Bellagio’s nightlife appeals to the sophisticated palate. Between the Baccarat, Petrossian and Mayfair, guests can sample a variety of high-class cocktails, spirits and hors-d'oeuvres.
The Bellagio Fountains run nearly every night (a good activity if you want things to do in Vegas with kids), and while the show is free to view from the Strip, the best views come from The Bellagio’s elite restaurants like Picasso or Le Cirque.
5. Encore at the Wynn Las Vegas
Part of the Wynn Las Vegas Resort, the Encore is another more-or-less boutique hotel in Las Vegas worth considering. Each room features over 700 square feet of posh decor and amenities, making it a serious contender for the best hotel in Vegas for bachelorette parties (a Fora travel advisor can hook you up with Vegas bachelorette party ideas, by the way).
As for the resort, extravagant spas, salons and barbershops give way to gorgeous pools and courtyards that convert into a nightclub after hours. When you’re not hitting the Strip, you can also practice your swing at the Wynn Golf Club, or play for high stakes at the resort’s open-air casino.
6. SKYLOFTS at MGM Grand
If you’re looking for peak luxury on the Strip, the SKYLOFTS is going to be the coolest hotel in Las Vegas. Floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the city’s skyline, 24-hour butler service, an infinity tub with Champagne bubbles—these are just a few of the elite amenities made available to guests of MGM Grand’s SKYLOFTS, found on the top levels of the hotel.
SKYLOFTS guests also have access to the MGM Grand’s attractions, including over 20 restaurants featuring cuisine from all over the world, an elaborate pool complex and much more.
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