Let’s take a look at the top hotels in Las Vegas and why we like them.

Discover the epitome of luxury and entertainment with the magnificent hotels of Las Vegas.  Meeting organizers are constantly on the lookout for the best hotels in every city (if you need help with site selection and negotiation, let us know!) and Las Vegas remains a favorite among corporations as a premier convention destination.

From iconic resorts on the famous Strip to hidden gems tucked away in the heart of downtown, Las Vegas offers a variety of accommodations to suit every taste and budget.

1. Bellagio Las Vegas

The Bellagio Las Vegas was the first major resort on the Strip to be built after the city’s bankruptcy in 1996. The resort was developed by Steve Wynn and opened on October 15, 1998. It is owned and operated by MGM Resorts International. (Check out our Success Story from a recent incentive trip we did at the Bellagio)

The Bellagio Las Vegas is unique because of its massive size and lavish amenities. The hotel has over 3,000 rooms, making it one of the largest hotels in the world.

The property is well known for its large lake in the center of the resort, which features a choreographed water show every evening. The resort also has several restaurants, bars, and shops.

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Why we like it: The Fountains!

The fountains are the centerpiece of the Bellagio’s landscape design and are the most popular free attraction in Las Vegas. They are choreographed to music, and the water reaches heights of 140 feet!

2. Venetian Las Vegas

The Venetian opened in 1999 and is the sixth largest hotel in the world by number of rooms.

The Venetian is themed after Venice, Italy, with canals, gondola rides, and an Italianate architectural style.

It is home to the Sands Expo and Convention Center, the Venetian Theatre, and the Venetian Ballroom.

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Why we like it: It’s massive!

The Venetian hotel is unique because it is the largest hotel in North America and the second largest in the world.

The hotel has over 4,000 rooms and suites and covers an area of over 1.2 million square feet. The hotel also has a replica of the Grand Canal, which is over 1.5 miles long.

3.The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

The Cosmopolitan was built by the Pinnacle Entertainment Corporation and opened on December 15, 2010. It was the first new resort to open on the Strip in more than a decade.

The Cosmopolitan has 3,027 rooms and suites, as well as 110,000 square feet (10,000 m2) of casino space. The casino has 2,000 slot machines and 150 table games. The resort also features three nightclubs, two spas, and five swimming pools.

The Cosmopolitan has been praised for its design and architecture. The resort’s exterior is a mix of glass and steel, and the interior features a variety of art installations.

The resort has also been praised for its dining options, which include several restaurants from celebrity chefs.  In 2011, it was named the “Best New Hotel in the World” by Travel + Leisure magazine.

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Why we like it: The Balconies!

With its distinctive offering of balconies, The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas stands out among the multitude of hotels lining the famous Las Vegas Strip.

Originally designed as a residential-style building, this exceptional feature caters to guests seeking the ultimate snapshot of the vibrant strip or those yearning for a serene escape on their own private balcony amidst the bustling cityscape.

4. Wynn and Encore Las Vegas

Wynn and Encore Las Vegas was the first resort on the Strip to be built by Steve Wynn, a visionary casino magnate. The resort features a number of amenities, including a casino, a spa, a shopping mall, and a number of restaurants.

The resort is also home to the Wynn Theater, which hosts a variety of shows and performances. Wynn Las Vegas is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike, and is considered one of the best resorts on the Strip.

It is the second largest hotel in Las Vegas, with 4,750 rooms and suites. The resort also features a casino, a spa, two golf courses, and a variety of restaurants and bars.

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Why we like it: Let’s play golf!

The Wynn Las Vegas is the only casino resort in Las Vegas to feature a golf course, designed by Jack Nicklaus and open to the public.

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