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Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa

Las Vegas 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This hotel has the kind of off-center appeal that makes Lake Las Vegas' resorts so popular, though Red Rock focuses on a younger, livelier demographic. — Star Service

Billed as both a retreat and a center of entertainment, this exciting resort located in Summerlin, Nevada (just ten miles west of the Las Vegas Strip) opened to rave reviews in 2006. — Gayot

In a city that’s all about more, Red Rock is in many ways all about less: less flash, less neon, less silicone. — Condé Nast Traveler

Way out on the western edge of the Las Vegas suburbs, this swanky golden-age Vegas throwback is a delight. — Fodor's

The Station Casinos chain is popular with locals and with visitors who are here strictly to gamble—comps come quickly and the staff prides itself on remembering regulars. — Concierge

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M Resort Spa Casino

Las Vegas 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The hotel is marketing itself as a value-priced, high-end accommodation. — Star Service

Opened in 2009, this beautiful, relaxing, 390-room resort is 10 miles from Strip, but offers the swanky rooms, a pool scene, and a casino that rival those of the Strip's best hotels. — Oyster

The M expands the Las Vegas Strip seemingly partway to California with its far-south location. — BlackBook

It offers stunning, uninterrupted views of the Las Vegas Valley, as well as several dining options and a world-class spa. — DK Eyewitness

"Affordable luxury" is on tap 10 miles from the Strip at this “beautifully decorated” Henderson resort, which offers "courteous" service and “fantastic” rooms that are “large and comfortable.” — Zagat

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Green Valley Ranch Resort and Spa

Las Vegas 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The place attracts an uncanny mix of characters: the 45-plus Architectural Digest crowd, who favor a more resortlike experience and dig the Italianate architecture. — Concierge

Join a country-club crowd of conventioneers, locals and families here at this barely sophisticated Mediterranean-style hotel. — Lonely Planet

A palm tree-lined parkway leads guests to the scenic and Spanish-villa-like exterior of the Green Valley Ranch. — Travel + Leisure

Playground provides quiet setting, spacious grounds of a suburban resort, plus restaurants, nightspots and action like the Strip. — BlackBook

Those seeking a Las Vegas experience without all the clamor of the Strip will be easily seduced by Green Valley Ranch, a self-contained suburban casino resort that deftly balances... — Jetsetter

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Luxor Las Vegas

Las Vegas 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Featuring a 30-story black glass exterior topped with the world’s brightest light beam, the Luxor is one of the most recognizable buildings on the Strip. — Travel + Leisure

Second only to New York New York in terms of the absurdity of its exterior, the Luxor impresses on scale long before you've set foot inside it. — Time Out

Luxor has never fulfilled its potential as a top-notch property, but its aggressive restaurant and nightlife redo... has put it back on the radar screens of higher-end visitors. — Concierge

Spending a night or two in this vast smoked-glass pyramid... still counts among the great Las Vegas experiences. — Rough Guide

As the Luxor slowly sheds its kitschy Egyptian theme, guest rooms feature vaguely art-deco furnishings, plus marble bathrooms. — Lonely Planet

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Signature at MGM Grand

Las Vegas 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

“Quiet", "exquisite” and “spacious” accommodations with kitchenettes and whirlpool tubs star at this "gorgeous" all-suiter. — Zagat

All-suite, casino-free sanctuary just off the Strip, with three pools and direct access to the excitement of MGM Grand. — Jetsetter

The all-suite, non-gaming, no-smoking Signature at MGM Grand Las Vegas consists of three separate towers that are connected to MGM Grand via an indoor walkway. — Forbes Travel Guide

The luxurious rooms, all suites, are among the best Vegas has to offer. — Oyster

The three towers that comprise this spacious and well-appointed luxury resort adjacent to the MGM Grand are perhaps most notable for what they lack: a casino. — Fodor's

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Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

Las Vegas 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Inside, those looking for the pop kitsch sensibility of the Planet Hollywood restaurants will be disappointed; it's actually kind of classy and design-intensive. — Frommer's

The Aladdin rubbed its magic lamp for the last time in spring 2007 and out popped Planet Hollywood, a rather hipper casino version of the restaurant chain. — Time Out

Some of the nicest mid-rate rooms in town. — Rough Guide

A "happening place to stay" in Vegas for "the young at heart or just young", this "modern", "trendy" Strip property is a "rocking" "place to enjoy partying and gambling". — Zagat

Though not a standout in any category, Planet Hollywood remains one of the better midrange deals on the Strip. — Lonely Planet

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ARIA Resort & Casino

Las Vegas 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Since it opened in 2009, the Aria Resort & Casino has been a leading example of the post-kitsch, post-theme-hotel era of Las Vegas luxury accommodations. — Afar Magazine

Details like triple-sheeted beds and thoughtful techie touches increase the luxe factor at this mod spot, where natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows softens sleek lines. — Departures

The casino resort features 4,004 guest rooms with technology that welcomes you and allows for a customized stay. — Gayot

Architectural beauty abounds at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star ARIA Resort & Casino. — Forbes Travel Guide

The Cesar Pelli–designed centerpiece of the hyper-anticipated 67-acre CityCenter, Aria meets all the criteria of the now-standard Vegas mega-hotel formula. — Condé Nast Traveler

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JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa

Las Vegas 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Family-friendly resort with spacious rooms, a casino, and 11 restaurants in a golf-centric community off the Strip. — Jetsetter

The grounds of this hotel are a beautiful oasis of gardens, pools, and trees. There are also great restaurants including Gustave Mauler’s Spiedini Ristorante. — DK Eyewitness

This full-service golf and spa resort offers a Mediterranean-style oasis less than 20 minutes from the Strip. — BlackBook

It "doesn't feel like you're in Las Vegas" at this "luxurious" 54-acre escape "far away from the Strip". — Zagat

When locals want to get away from their hectic life in the city, they go to the JW Marriott. — Concierge

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Tropicana Las Vegas - A DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

Las Vegas 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

For a tropical experience in Vegas, head to the Tropicana where you’ll find modern decorated rooms that will make you feel like you’re in South Beach. — Condé Nast Traveler

With a history dating back to 1957, Tropicana is one of the few remaining “original” resorts on the Strip. — Travel + Leisure

"South Beach in the desert" is how fans describe this "wonderful" Vegas landmark that "has changed a lot" over the years, but remains "smaller" and does "not overwhelm". — Zagat

Today's "Trop" (as its been known for more than 50 years) features some of the most spacious rooms in town with a pleasant South Beach, Miami, style. — Fodor's

The contemporary South Beach vibe is fun and colorful, and the designers capped the look with a little exotic Havana thrown in for good measure. — Star Service

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Paris Las Vegas

Las Vegas 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

To say that this huge resort in the heart of the Strip is one of the town's most eye-catching is to do its effervescent absurdity a rank injustice. — Time Out

The Paris is one of Vegas' Epcot Center-styled casinos, with an exterior that drops the Efiffel Tower on top of the Paris Opera. — BlackBook

Combining "all the magic of France" with the "glitz of Las Vegas", this "centrally located" Strip resort placates a "younger" crowd with "modern", "spacious" units. — Zagat

Stay here if you came to Vegas for the silly fantasy. — Frommer's

This resort provides one of the most unusual experiences in Las Vegas, with its huge (and quite authentic-looking) replicas of the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and Alexandre III Bridge. — Gayot

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Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

Las Vegas 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Flamingo is the Strip's sleeping giant. Its location at the heart of the action couldn't be better; and thanks to its beginnings under Bugsy Siegel, its name is virtually legendary. — Time Out

Flamingo Las Vegas, which was originally owned by Bugsy Siegel in 1946, has exuberantly remade itself and become the hippest hotel on the Strip. — Travel + Leisure

Renovations and expansions over the years aren't going to make Siegel's "real class joint" cause you to forget about, say, the rooms at The Palazzo, but they have freshened the joint up. — Frommer's

Smack bang mid-Strip, this vintage casino hotel mixes a sprinkling of glitz with legendary mobster history. — The Telegraph

This is in an undeniably excellent location, and...it is at least one of the best bargains on The Strip. — Star Service

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Treasure Island - TI Hotel & Casino

Las Vegas 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The micro rooms here feel deceptively expansive, thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows, airy earth tones, and soaking tubs. — Lonely Planet

Ruffin has already made changes, mostly designed to make the hotel more palatable to the mid-market with less expensive restaurants and more in-room amenities. — Frommer's

This classic Vegas resort hotel offers upscale extras and excellent value. — Gayot

This lavish hotel features a pool with private cabanas, gaming rooms, and an oversized hot tub for up to 25 people. — DK Eyewitness

TI remains a fun and wonderfully convenient place to stay, even if the rooms are smallish and rather subdued. — Rough Guide

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Platinum Hotel and Spa

Las Vegas 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This swank, nongaming, condo-hotel has become a fashionable hideaway for Vegas regulars who prefer top-notch amenities but don't need to stay on the Strip. — Fodor's

The refined Platinum hotel appeals to repeat visitors to Las Vegas and anyone who wants to escape the craziness of the Strip — The Telegraph

The second condo-hotel to open in Las Vegas (the first was the Residences at the MGM Grand), this highly impressive property sits within a five-minute walk of the Strip. — Time Out

In Vegas, folks looking for a bargain often try out less expensive "nongaming" properties but find themselves either far from the Strip or bored silly. Cue the nongambling Platinum Hotel. — Concierge

A desert-toned, high-rise exterior with office-park aesthetics rocking all-suite accommodations in a gaming-free zone just a few minutes’ walk from the Strip. — BlackBook

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The LINQ Hotel & Casino

Las Vegas 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Behind its ageing mock-pagoda facade, the Imperial Palace is, for travellers happy to forgo Las Vegas luxury, one of the best-value options in the heart of the Strip. — Rough Guide

Previously the Imperial Palace, this hotel-casino on the Las Vegas Strip has been renamed the Quad Resort & Casino and is undergoing extensive renovations through the end of 2014. At... — Star Service

Right in the center of the Las Vegas Strip, The LINQ Hotel & Casino is a 2,640-room, budget-friendly option popular with travelers who just want a cheap place to stay. — Oyster

You won’t find a better bargain on a mid-Strip hotel room than at The LINQ, located next to the High Roller wheel and near a half dozen other Vegas casinos — The Telegraph

With contemporary furnishings and high-tech amenities, “modern” is the buzzword at the Linq Hotel & Casino, which is part of the Caesars hospitality family. — Gayot

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Excalibur Hotel & Casino

Las Vegas 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In the running for the cheesiest resort on the Strip, the medieval-themed, castle-shaped Excalibur aims for all age groups. — Oyster

The giant Lego-like castle is popular with families... but recent makeovers in all of the property's rooms make much of the property look more grown-up. — Fodor's

The whole place is often uncomfortably crowded; expect long lines at the restaurants. — Rough Guide

This ode to the make-believe medieval world of swords and sorcerers boasts low, low rates, a central location and a long list of B-grade entertainment that helps fill its nearly 4,000 rooms. — Star Service

Debuting in June 1990, this colorful castle spawned a number of nineties-era theme resorts. It is still a fun-filled place whose medieval architecture and decor are popular with family travelers. — Gayot

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Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace

Las Vegas 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

After opening 22 restaurants across the globe, Nobu spawns its own hotel, right in Caesars Palace in Vegas. — BlackBook

The hotel features 181 Zen-beautiful guest rooms and suites designed by David Rockwell. — Gayot

The 181-room property -- from the creators of the Nobu Japanese restaurant chain -- offers more upscale accommodations than the main Caesars hotel, with a Japanese twist. — Oyster

Branded by chef Nobu Matsuhisa, this hotel combines all the advantages of staying at Caesars Palace casino resort with a more intimate and exclusive experience — The Telegraph

Guests also enjoy comp access to the Pure nightclub and a dedicated concierge, but the real perks are aimed at the stomach. — Fodor's

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Trump International Hotel Las Vegas

Las Vegas 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

An upscale, non-gaming retreat that’s a serene breath of fresh air (literally, you’ll find no casino smoke permeating the lobby here) compared to other Las Vegas hotels. — Forbes Travel Guide

The 1,282-room Trump Las Vegas provides something unexpected in the heart of Sin City: a family- and pet-friendly resort. — Travel + Leisure

Units in Donald Trump's lavish, nongaming 64-story condo-hotel are individually owned, but a majority of them are rented out like hotel rooms and managed by Trump. — Fodor's

The Donald knows real estate, and his foray into the Las Vegas market, the Trump International Hotel, is certainly a competitor in the upper ranks. This is one of the more visually... — Star Service

'The Donald's' luxe hotel is pet-friendly, nongaming and surprisingly affordable. A complimentary shuttle takes guests to the city's main attractions. Best for New York–style glam. — Lonely Planet

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Stratosphere Hotel, Casino and Tower

Las Vegas 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Down below, in two hotel towers, standard rooms were renovated in late 2010 and are now downright sumptuous for the price. — Fodor's

This place is good news for bargain hunters --- the service is friendly, and the prices and betting action are great. — Gayot

Despite its very unfashionable location at the far north end of the Strip, the Stratosphere has survived thanks to rock-bottom rates and a steady flow of budget tour groups. — Rough Guide

This hotel, the northern anchor for The Strip, is hard to miss, even in this city of horizon-hogging landmarks. This hotel boasts a 1,149-ft Space Needle-like observation tower, the... — Star Service

The 2,427 guest rooms are basic but comfortable; “select” rooms contain updated amenities like marble floors and flat-screen TV’s. — Travel + Leisure

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Monte Carlo Resort & Casino

Las Vegas 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Excellent brews via Chemex, AeroPress, and Steampunk. — Condé Nast Traveler

“Upscale” “without breaking the bank", this "cozy" mid-Strip resort is "easy to get around" and has “a more intimate feel” than its neighbors while still offering "a lot to do.” — Zagat

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

The Strip could use more places like this—handsome but not ostentatious, elegant rooms outfitted with cherrywood furnishings. — Fodor's

The amenities don't go beyond the basics, and rooms are nice, but not as exciting as other Vegas hotels. — Oyster

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MGM Grand Hotel and Casino

Las Vegas 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

We've grown very fond of this hotel, and we have to admit that it's gone to some efforts to make the ridiculous size work to its -- and, thus, your -- advantage. — Frommer's

A prime example of the ‘supersize’ Vegas mentality: a huge property at a great Strip location. Rooms in the West Wing are the best. — Insight Guides

Mega-hotel towards the southern end of The Strip, with the kind of over-the-top appeal that epitomizes the Vegas experience. — Jetsetter

The biggest hotel (by room count) in Las Vegas has the biggest casino in town, many of the best restaurants, an enormous and fun pool complex, and a huge range of on-site entertainment options. — Oyster

The MGM Grand, with its commanding location on the Vegas Strip marked by a 100,000-lb bronze lion statue, is a Las Vegas experience in itself. — Travel + Leisure

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