Las Vegas hotels are known for their luxury and quality of service and all that they have to offer. They are huge in size and some are even as big as over 2000 rooms, but this is what sets them apart. The life, the extravagance, the drama and all that you can’t imagine in terms of service and comfort is all what you will get.
It was opened in 2008 with 2,034 rooms that are all luxury suites. This is what sets this hotel apart from every other in Las Vegas. The bathrooms of these rooms are even bigger than a standard sized hotel room in New York. The nearby golf course, spas, adult only swimming pools are just some of the things offered on ground.
This is a bit low key with 392 rooms and lacking the essence of Vegas; a casino. It is excellent for small business trips and meetings and a little peace and quiet your mind deserves. When you are done with a very crazy Las Vegas day and just want to spend some quite, alone, peaceful time by the pool sipping in drinks, then this place is your best bet.
This is the luxury section of the MGM Grand. All the rooms are one, two or three bedroom duplex lofts with large living rooms and understated décor. They have a separate lounge and separate entrance and exits which means no Skyloft guest has to wait in lines. This Las Vegas hotel has everything exclusive for their customers, except facilities like main fitness center and spa that needs to be shared with everyone. The Skylounge on the 29th floor are open for all Skyloft customers who can enjoy cocktails and appetizers throughout the day.
It is an fancier extension of its sister hotel, The Venetian, with even bigger rooms, sunken living rooms with L-shaped sofas. They are warmer and less masculine and have a ton to offer in terms of services. The guests have access to the world-famous Canyon Ranch Spa and world level shopping outlets like Christian Louboutin and their own Lamborghini showrooms. The restaurants are helmed with the likes of Mario Batali, Wolfgang Puck and Emeril Lagasse.
This place somehow stays classy even with its entire Las Vegas spectacle. With 67 acres it has an indoor botanical garden, a 8.5 acre lake in the middle of the desert, boutiques that include Prada and Chanel and 5 pools housed in an Italian courtyard. The best part is that even with 3,993 rooms their service is impeccable. Their guest list includes all upscale and mature elite groups. Everything in this hotel form bed sheets to bath tubs are custom made with exclusive designer patterns.
This hotel has 1,117 rooms which are a result of a $80 million renovation completed in Fall 2014. The revamping brought in desert inspired art installations to the lobby and chic, white furnishings in the suite style rooms.