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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 perfect balance of luxury and affordability. — Gayot

Red Rock Resort is one of our favorite hotels in the entire city. — Frommer's

Among the most architecturally sleek of the buildings on the Strip, the M’s wide-open, well-lit feel extends throughout. — Condé Nast Traveler

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

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

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Green Valley Ranch Resort and Spa

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Urban sophistication in a tranquil setting. — Gayot

Like the JW Marriott, the Red Rock Hotel and top-tier lodges out at Lake Las Vegas, this decade-old operation appeals to a well-heeled crowd that can do without the hullabaloo of the Strip. — Star Service

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

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

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Luxor Las Vegas

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The Luxor is one of the most recognizable hotels on the Strip: Just look for the giant black pyramid with the space-searing light shooting out of the top. — BlackBook

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

Kitsch worshipers were dealt a blow when the people behind this hotel came to the inexplicable decision to eliminate most of the Egypt theme from the inside of it. — Frommer's

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

A colossal, ancient Egypt-themed, pyramid-shaped hotel-casino with decent service, a great Strip location, and features on par with several midpriced neighbors on the Las Vegas Strip. — Oyster

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Signature at MGM Grand

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

This all-suite, non-gaming, and non-smoking property is a serene oasis in the midst of the bright lights and bustling activity of Sin City. — Travel + Leisure

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 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

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

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Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

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Along with a romantic wedding chapel and the luxurious Planet Hollywood Spa by Mandara, the 75,000-square-foot meeting space includes a Grand Ballroom and a full-service business center. — Gayot

Everything at Planet Hollywood is designed to make ordinary people feel like stars, and the lodging accommodations are no exception. — Fodor's

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

Located in the center of the Strip, the 2,496-room Planet Hollywood offers movie-themed rooms, hot nightlife, and a sexy atmosphere. — Oyster

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

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ARIA Resort & Casino

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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

"Beautiful, relaxing and fun, fun, fun", this "fabulous", "modern" haven on the Strip is a "world-class" resort that's "expensive, but worth it". — Zagat

Eschewing Vegas kitsch or thematic excess, the Aria is a forward-leaning designer showpiece, geek-minimalist in orientation. — Star Service

Strip sophisticate with celeb chef eats, a sybartic spa, eco-cred, and buzzy bars. — Jetsetter

This vibrant high-rise casino hotel is conveniently located at the CityCenter complex, just off Las Vegas Boulevard. — The Telegraph

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JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa

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

Popular with conference groups, this conservatively stylish, high-end property and the annexed Rampart Casino appeal to a crowd who've been to Vegas a bunch of times and prefer the leafy, suburban vibe to the rowdiness of the Strip — Lonely Planet

Once the Regent Hotel, a 20-minute drive northwest of The Strip, this top-notch Marriott offshoot has a resort edge that families love — Star Service

With its excellent spa, waterfall pool, and servicable restaurants, the JW Marriott is a tried-and-true, if unexciting, off-the-Strip resort. — Oyster

With its independently owned and operated 50,000-square-foot Rampart Casino, this 54-acre Scottsdale-style resort caters as much to well-heeled locals as out-of-towners. — Gayot

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ARIA Sky Suites

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ARIA Sky Suites is a chic, contemporary hotel within the ARIA Resort & Casino complex in Las Vegas, offering its own entrance, concierge and registration desk, private elevators and a lounge. — Forbes Travel Guide

Glistening like a futuristic oasis in the heart of the Strip, Aria truly deserves most of the attention it receives. — Fodor's

A cut above the rest, Aria's Sky Suites & Villas go the extra mile in terms of service levels and standard inclusions. — Lonely Planet

This mega-hotel at the CityCenter has all the fixings: more than 4,000 rooms in a Five Diamond hotel, 16 restaurants, three pools, and a spa where you can recline on Japanese stone beds. — Condé Nast Traveler

While in keeping with the sophisticated style of the casino downstairs, Aria’s chocolate-brown and gold-toned guest rooms feel subdued and somewhat anonymous by Las Vegas standards. — Rough Guide

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Tropicana Las Vegas - A DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

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In recent years, this Polynesian-themed hotel has undergone renovations that include the creation of a shopping arcade — Michelin Guide

Redesigned in 2010 with a South Beach/ Latin feel, the veteran Trop now offers bright, welcoming sunset-toned rooms, huge beds and a fine array of pools. — Rough Guide

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

Since its $200 million renovation, the new Tropicana has transformed, combining luxury South Beach ease with the shock-extravagance of Vegas. — BlackBook

The Polynesian-themed hotel will soon undergo a multi-million-dollar, property-wide expansion, transforming it into the largest casino-resort in the city. — Time Out

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Paris Las Vegas

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If not the absolute pinnacle of luxury, standard rooms at the flamboyant French-themed Paris are still pretty good. — Rough Guide

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

Nice rooms with a nod to classic French design; the newer Red Rooms are a study in sumptuous class. — Lonely Planet

This hotel's delightful theme is about as good as it gets in the upper middle ranks, bringing an ersatz City of Light to the City of Neon. — Star Service

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

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Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

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Legendary Miami-style casino hotel; middle Strip, next to the new Linq complex; white mod furnishings; waterslides and lagoons make it extra family-friendly. — Lonely Planet

The location is great... but the actual accommodation varies enormously. — Rough Guide

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

The 3,642 rooms and suites are nicely appointed and a great value in these price ranges. — Gayot

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

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Treasure Island - TI Hotel & Casino

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Rates are pegged to view, as floor-to-ceiling windows face Buccaneer Bay, The Strip, the pool or the mountains. — Star Service

Whether you call it Treasure Island or T.I., what sets apart this resort is its bold stance against pretension. — Fodor's

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

Fresh from a recent remodeling, the 2,885-room resort has pulled back from its pirate persona. — Oyster

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

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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

Sophisticated and hip, this all-suite boutique property is just over a mile from the Strip and has no casino, but the smoke-free haven lures trendy business and leisure travelers. — Zagat

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

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

This non-gaming, non-smoking hotel is a nice respite with its one- and two-bedroom suites, which range from 900 to 1,100 square feet. — Gayot

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Trump International Hotel Las Vegas

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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

This 64-story luxury property rises 645 feet above the city and features 1,282 elegant suites. — Gayot

Located "slightly off the Strip", this "elegant, modern" high-rise is a "brilliant" hotel "you won't want to leave" and a "great place to splurge" thanks to "luxurious" rooms and suites. — Zagat

'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

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

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The LINQ Hotel & Casino

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Launching onto the Las Vegas Strip in late 2014, LINQ, formerly the Quad, has cemented its position as a solid all-rounder. — Lonely Planet

The rebirth of the worn Imperial Palace into this, the trying-to-be-hip-and-modern the Quad, has primarily involved redoing the casino, the facade, and some of the other public spaces. — Frommer's

Buzzy, youthful spot on The Strip with good value rooms and a party atmosphere. — Jetsetter

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

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

One of the first theme hotels (built in 1990), this is still a favorite with children. — DK Eyewitness

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

A mock castle playing on its Arthurian theme, with throngs of stroller-pushing parents. — Lonely Planet

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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 →

The quiet and distinctly Japanese sanctuary’s rooms combine grass cloth, mixed woods, an unconventional nod to the flowing ink brushwork of Hitsuzendo on the walls. — Travel + Leisure

This exclusive boutique hotel within Caesars Palace is one for lovers of Japanese design from the traditional to the modern. — Lonely Planet

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

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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Stratosphere Hotel, Casino and Tower, BW Premier Collection

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

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

The 2,444-room Stratosphere Hotel and Casino... is on the northern outskirts of the Strip... but it's still a great pick for the price. — Oyster

This hotel, the northern anchor for The Strip, is hard to miss, even in this city of horizon-hogging landmarks — Star Service

The bland hotel rooms are not actually inside the tallest tower west of the Mississippi River but they're usually a bargain. — Lonely Planet

Towering over the far end of the Strip, the Stratosphere casino and hotel are favourite picks for budgeteers. — The Telegraph

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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 →

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

A current trend in Las Vegas is toward smaller, hotel-within-a-hotel, luxury boutique properties, and the Hotel 32 Monte Carlo is a prime example — Afar Magazine

An elegant European theme is reflected in the large rooms, each with a marble bathroom. d 3770 Las Vegas Blvd S. — DK Eyewitness

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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MGM Grand Hotel and Casino

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

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

A great standard of accommodation for the price. — Rough Guide

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

Despite being one of the largest hotels in the world, the Grand maintains a relaxed ambience. It boasts a luxurious spa. — DK Eyewitness

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from $55
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