Have you dreamed of staying at an extravagant Las Vegas resort hotel? These resorts make your dreams of luxury hotel stays come true, with luxurious amenities, prompt and personalized service, breathtaking views from every window and breathtaking panoramic vistas from every balcony.
The Bellagio is an icon in Las Vegas with its breathtaking fountains and luxurious rooms, offering guests gifts upon arrival as well as personalized room service and private pool access.
The 3,933-room Italian “villa” hotel encapsulates Las Vegas luxury. Guests (mostly couples and a few families) enjoy luxurious contemporary rooms featuring marble bathrooms with soaking tubs and separate showers; botanical gardens with seasonal displays of bromeliads, hydrangeas, orchids or poinsettias; as well as an exceptional spa and salon service with highly trained professional staff offering some of the most exclusive treatments in town.
The Bellagio boasts world-class restaurants and gourmet eateries offering exquisite cuisine prepared by world-renowned chefs, high-end retail stores offering luxury brands like Bulgari, Chanel and Dior and an exquisite Fountains of Bellagio high-tech theater that houses Cirque du Soleil shows and an expansive casino that offers numerous table games.
Bellagio rooms can be divided into Resort, Tower Resort, and Suite categories. All accommodations offer comfortable amenities including flat-screen HDTVs, minibars and an iPod docking station; marble bathrooms come equipped with luxurious soaking tubs and spacious oversized showers; cashmere pillows are standard in beds made with premium linens – and cashmere pillows may even be upgraded if available – whilst guests may upgrade to rooms offering Strip or Fountain Views or select suites that come in one-bedroom and two-bedroom configurations respectively.
As part of renovations in 2015, The Getty’s Group and MGM Resorts’ own design teams collaborated to give rooms an entirely new look. Their design was inspired by water and light; a theme carried through to new bathroom designs which replace giant tubs with giant showers; backlit mirrors encircled by mother of pearl and light diffusing sconces above beds were added for additional touches of luxury.
Bellagio Fountains are one of the main draws at Las Vegas attractions and showcase beautiful dancing water displays every 15-30 minutes, as well as other incredible visual effects. Additionally, this hotel offers luxury spa and salon services, modern fitness center access, Mediterranean-style pools for swimming and dining options galore – making the Bellagio an excellent place for weddings or other special events to take place.
Delano was originally constructed as an apartment complex in 1945, but reopened as the newest installment of MGM Resorts’ luxury brand in 2014. Situated at the southern end of the Strip, Delano provides a tranquil escape from nearby casinos; offering sleek public spaces inspired by Nevada’s desert setting – its lobby alone boasts a massive 126,000-pound metaquartzite boulder as an eye-catcher; suite-style rooms boast soft white minimalist vibes while spa services (such as saunas and steam rooms) add another level of relaxation.
As it was originally intended as a luxury arm of Mandalay Bay, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas stands out with its luxurious design and exclusive suites. Even at their most reasonable rates, guests are assured of an expansive one-bedroom suite featuring premium finishes and separate living area – ideal for panoramic Strip views! For optimal experience at this property there are multiple restaurants including Rivea and Franklin Lounge for dining experiences.
The BATHHOUSE Spa offers an indulgent menu of massages and body treatments in its 12 treatment rooms and two saunas for a truly indulgent spa experience without waiting around! Suite guests may qualify for complimentary roundtrip VIP airport transportation and other exclusive amenities.
Location-wise, this hotel excels – guests can avoid costly taxi or Uber rides that can be tedious during rush hour; plus it makes accessing restaurants on the Strip easier.
MGM Resorts focuses on Latin America and Europe due to their vibrant travel industries, and this hotel aims to draw travelers from those regions as well as attract a younger, leisure-focused crowd than some others on the Strip.
The Four Seasons
Four Seasons Hotels has long been a leader in luxury hospitality, operating hotels across the world since 1948. Their big city hotels cater to executive travelers and leisure guests while their beach and watersports resorts draw families, golfers, spa goers and skiers and snowboarders. Four Seasons’ acclaimed service – known for genuine care delivered by staff that seem able to read minds – remains consistent across its properties, from the moment guests step through its doors.
At its downtown location, Four Seasons New York Hotel stands adjacent to City Hall Park and within easy walking distance of multiple subway lines as well as One World Observatory, Wall Street restaurants and takeaway spots, along with various takeaways and takeaway services. Uptown attractions like Central Park and Times Square can be reached within 20-minute subway ride or 30-minute drive; yet it remains surprising spacious and peaceful given its design – more polished and subdued than ornate or grandiose; dark wood paneling, marble tables with geometric print furniture as well as seating areas where more suited businesspeople than tourists in shorts may be found than tourists wearing shorts!
Guest rooms at Four Seasons Hotel Chicago are stylish yet uncluttered, featuring tall windows and classic Four Seasons bedding in a cozy environment. Most offer beautiful city views while some feature terraces or kitchens; suites boast even more space with separate sitting areas with sofa and oversized chairs – not forgetting Smart TVs, iPads for accessing hotel services, bathrooms featuring both soaking tubs and separate showers plus in-mirror TVs for accessing luxury bath products from Maison Margiela!
This hotel features a spa, two pool areas (one featuring a lazy river), and several top-tier dining options. However, what sets this establishment apart is its rooftop terrace and bar which provide 360deg views of both city skylines and harbor areas.
The Four Seasons Hotel is a popular filming and event location. Most notably it appeared in Daniel Craig’s 2012 Bond film “Skyfall,” where M met Judy Dench in its lobby; it has also made cameo appearances at locations worldwide including London, Shanghai, and Istanbul.
As its namesake suggests, this resort stands as an impressive sequel to Wynn. Boasting some of the finest dining establishments and nightclubs on the Strip – not to mention some incredible nightlife options – Encore promises to leave an indelible mark on any visitor who visits Las Vegas.
Encore Hotel’s suites are the definition of luxurious living. From their king-sized beds with Wynn Dream mattresses to their expansive bathrooms, these suites are an oasis of luxurious living – offering some of the best views along The Strip. If you want to elevate your experience further, choose a suite with its own balcony or private spa for even greater satisfaction.
The resort offers multiple pools. The Encore Beach Club is especially popular, frequently hosting international acts. For a more relaxing experience, head over to the European pool. Additionally, guests of Encore can also take advantage of its larger sister casino than Wynn’s.
Encore is connected to Fashion Show Mall for easy access to other major hotels along the Strip; however, it may be more distant than Wynn from town centers.
Hotel has an exceptional self-parking garage, complete with digital displays showing how many spaces are available on each floor – an invaluable feature when parking lots can become overrun in other Las Vegas hotels. The resort features an array of dining options, such as the popular Wynn Buffet. Furthermore, there’s the award-winning XS Nightclub and Encore Beach Club as well as the Encore Theater with various shows and performances on offer. Past performers at Encore Hotel include Alabama, John Fogerty and Diana Ross – making this hotel an essential stop when visiting Las Vegas. You can even bring the magic home by shopping Wynn At Home outlet store. Here, they offer bedsheets, bathrobes and more so that your trip to Las Vegas lasts all year round!