Las Vegas is one of the best destinations for vacationers. The city has so much to offer, from casinos and shows to shopping malls and restaurants. However, if you are looking for just a place to lay your head at night, there are many options available as well. With this article, we will explore some of the largest hotels in Las Vegas.
1. MGM Grand Hotel and Casino
The MGM Grand is the largest hotel in Las Vegas, with 5,044 rooms. It was built on the former New Frontier Hotel site, and it opened up on December 18, 1993. Since its opening, there have been some major renovations, such as a new Moroccan-themed casino after an expansion in 2007.
With 3,200 slot machines and over 94 table games, this resort offers something for everyone looking to spend some time gambling or watching a show by one of their 75 entertainment options. The hotel also includes 20 restaurants and bars, and you can find around 28 stores inside the resort itself! If you’re looking for a bit of luxury, the Mansion has 60 more suites.
2. Planet Hollywood Hotel and Casino
Planet Hollywood opened up in January 2007, and it’s known for its unique theme. You will see that throughout the resort and inside you’ll find some very familiar sights such as The Lion King and Grease: Live show!
The pool itself has been made into a beach that features sand from Hawaii and other amenities like waterfalls around 1,500 square foot deck while artificial beaches can be found on either side of it. If you happen to stay at this hotel, the entrance fee to these beaches is $15 per person, or if you want access to everything, including all restaurants and pools (excluding the Wet Republic pool facing the Strip), it is $25.
3. Caesars Palace
For almost 50 years, Caesars Palace has been bringing in tourists from all over the world to see some of its fine attractions. Some might argue that this hotel is more known for its shopping options than anything else since there are around 170 stores available here, including high-end boutiques like Hermes, Tiffany Co.
Louis Vuitton, Versace, and Gucci! The resort opened on August 5 in 1966, and it’s also considered one of the best places to catch a show in Vegas, thanks to its regular performances by stars such as Celine Dion or Elton John. It is also home to the largest sportsbook in Las Vegas, with over 220 seats, and it is on the northern side of the casino.
4. Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino
Mandalay Bay is one of the newest resorts on this list, having opened in November 1999. It was built by Circus Circus Enterprises, who also helped to develop the Excalibur Hotel! With over 3,300 rooms, you can expect there to be more than enough of everything here, including games at the casino with 2,100 slots and over 115 table games!
There are also plenty of outstanding performers at their theater, which has 6,000 people, complete with a large standing room section directly in front of the stage.
If you are looking for some great food options, 11 restaurants are available here, including Border Grill, which serves Mexican cuisine, or RM Seafood which Robert De Niro owns.
5. The Palazzo
Currently the 6th largest hotel in Las Vegas with 3,068 rooms, The Palazzo also happens to be one of the best resorts on the Strip! Built by the owners of the Sands Hotel, it opened up in December 2007 and took up a space that belongs to an even older resort called The Venetian, which was completed in 1999!
Now you might ask yourself, what makes this place so unique? One aspect is its casino since more than 2,400 slot machines are available here, including over 100 table games.
Another reason would be their entertainment options since they offer some great shows like Zumanity by Cirque du Soleil, which debuted here in December 2003.
6. Bellagio Hotel and Casino
People who would like to spend some time gambling or watching a show need look no further than the Bellagio!
This hotel opened up on October 15 in 1998, and it’s got an incredible amount of options for you, with their casino containing more than 2,000 slot machines and roughly 118 table games!
There are also 16 restaurants inside this resort, including award-winning cuisine thanks to chefs like Michael Mina. If you want to catch one of the shows available here, Jabbawockeez is currently performing “PRiSM” at their theater inside the hotel until early 2020.
7. Caesars Palace Rome
The 8th largest resort on the Strip, this hotel is found inside a replica of ancient Rome, and it offers over 4,000 rooms!
8. Vdara Hotel and Spa
The Vdara Hotel and Spa are among the most luxurious properties on this list, not only because of their incredibly modern design but also because they have a different approach to earning money.
Instead of having a casino or getting people inside by charging expensive entry fees, this hotel offers guests free parking as well as complimentary Wi-Fi to anyone who books a suite here!
As for food options, four restaurants are available here, including Harvest by Roy Ellamar, which just so happens to be voted as one of Las Vegas’ best places to eat seafood. With all those things considered, you can see why it’s pretty much impossible not to love the Vdara Hotel and Spa!
9. The Palms Casino Resort
This hotel is made up of 2 different towers, which opened up in 2001. As for the casino, you’ll find all the usual games offered at most resorts in Vegas, including around 1,200 slot machines and about 50 table games!
One other thing to keep in mind is that this resort was once owned by rapper Sean Combs who goes by “Puff Daddy” or “Puffy.” While you are enjoying your time here, there are 14 restaurants to choose from, including N9ne Steakhouse, which has an incredible prime rib! 10. Mandalay Bay Events Center
Mandalay Bay’s events center usually only hosts concerts and some boxing matches, but it can also be used for conventions if necessary. If you are looking for a great place to eat, they have 12 different restaurants to choose from, and their scenery is one of the best in Las Vegas!
11. SLS Casino Hotel
This was initially known as the Sahara, but it became the SLS Casino hotel when they decided to revamp everything in 2014!
With that being said, this resort has seen better days since there aren’t many people inside these days, which means you should always expect shorter lines whenever you decide to gamble here. Like other significant casinos on the Strip, there are still over 2,000 slot machines available, along with about 50 table games. When it comes to dining options, only four places are open 24 hours, while another five areas serve food throughout the day.12. Wynn Las Vegas
The Wynn is the #1 rated hotel in Las Vegas, thanks to its splendid rooms, restaurants, and pools, including an 83-foot artificial grotto containing three different pools!
This resort was built back in 2005, and it’s located on the north side of The Strip across from the Fashion Show Mall. There are currently 3,750 rooms here which makes it one of the largest resorts in Vegas! Another thing to keep in mind is that this place initially opened up as a casino, but resort fees were implemented once they realized how much money it would make.13. Luxor Hotel and Casino
12. Luxor Hotel and Casino
The Luxor Hotel and Casino is well-knowforto its striking architecture, which resembles the ancient Egyptian pyramids found in Egypt!
This place offers 3,000 rooms including different suites. As for entertainment, their main attraction is the hotel surrounding the pyramid itself. At any given time, there are usually somewhere around 20 shows happening right here on site. On top of all that luxury, about 4 dining options are available at this resort!
13. The Cromwell
Four different restaurants are open 24 hours a day, and four more serve food throughout the day. There is also a Dunkin Donuts here for your morning coffee needs!
When it comes to gambling, this place has over 300 slot machines available and about 15 tables gam when it comes to gambling. Here’s something to keep in mind: the casi, previously known as Bill,’s closed down back in 2014 after filing for bankruptcy.
Las Vegas is the perfect destination for people who are looking to have a good time. Whether you’re looking for something more luxurious or want some cheap gambling fun, there’s always an option that will suit your tastes. Even if you’ve never been here before, it can be hard to imagine what Las Vegas has in store! We recommend checking out one of these resorts on your next visit and make sure you read our blog post about how neuroscience psychology may help with marketing strategies too. Which resort did we mention would best suit someone who likes luxury?