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Paradise
20 reviews
On the 120-acre site of the legendary Dunes between Caesars and the City Center complex, this landmark hotel continues to stand proudly at the top of the ranks here. — Star Service
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The Strip
18 reviews
The first hotel to open in Vegas without a casino... the Four Seasons is arguably still the best of this growing breed. — Travel + Leisure
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Paradise
19 reviews
Part of the CityCenter complex, luscious oriental flavors meet the latest technology in Mandarin Oriental's 392 slick, state-of-the-art yet effortlessly elegant guest rooms and suites, undoubtedly some of the finest to be found on a Strip dripping with gold and shimmering with shiny things — Lonely Planet
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Paradise
20 reviews
Ever since the late 1980s, Steve Wynn has defined Las Vegas’s highest standard of luxury. — Rough Guide
9
The Strip
12 reviews
The Cromwell is a solid newcomer to the Strip's long line-up of casino hotels, but small enough that the staff can deliver more personalised service. — The Telegraph
9
The Strip
15 reviews
Steve Wynn continues to leave his tall, shiny, mirrored mark on the Las Vegas Strip with his newest casino tower, the Encore. — BlackBook
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Summerlin
15 reviews
Way out on the western edge of the Las Vegas suburbs, this swanky golden-age Vegas throwback is a delight. — Fodor's
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Paradise
15 reviews
This vast resort was one of the first to define Las Vegas' 21st-century aesthetic: sexy and cinematic—in this case with an erupting volcano that officially signaled The Strip's first real hotel boom — Star Service
8
The Strip
15 reviews
The Palazzo’s elegance is understated, with spritzing fountains and marble statues in the high-ceilinged lobby — The Telegraph
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14 reviews
The Green Valley Ranch was a gem right out of the box in 2001, and it hasn't stopped polishing itself since. — Time Out
8
The Strip
14 reviews
This poster child of modern pomp firmly presses the cultural pedal to the metal — Star Service
8
The Strip
16 reviews
For guests or business travelers wanting a quiet retreat still near the Vegas hustle and bustle, the Delano is a prime pick. — Oyster
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Downtown
14 reviews
Stylishly updated rooms and public spaces grace this old school, smart value Vegas hotel. — Gayot
8
The Strip
15 reviews
Although a part of CityCenter, Vdara seems to be a world away both physically and spiritually from the rest of the eye-popping visual splendor that makes up the complex. — Frommer's
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Paradise
18 reviews
Guests staying in the Venezia Tower have exclusive access to their own pool modeled after a Venetian garden. And all guests are welcome to use the pools at the neighboring Palazzo. — Star Service
8
The Strip
16 reviews
While the Bellagio is perhaps the epitome of new Vegas luxury, Caesars remains an icon of classic Sin City decadence. — Time Out
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Paradise
15 reviews
Inside a bland building is a pretty nice complex with some downright family-friendly touches -- which we say only because it's a puzzle that the place is such a hot spot. — Frommer's
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Enterprise
13 reviews
Vegas regulars come to the M when they need access to The Strip (usually for one of the many conventions that takes place here) but need a good night’s sleep. — goop
8
The Strip
12 reviews
Sitting at the virtual center of the massive CityCenter complex, Aria Las Vegas seems to elicit the classic "love it or hate it" reaction from visitors. — Frommer's
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Paradise
12 reviews
This property's design was inspired by the Old World elegance of the French Riviera. Fountains, palm trees and statuary at its arched entryway set the stage for a relaxing Vegas getaway. — Gayot
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