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Best Hotels in Las Vegas on the strip

Updated on May 27, 2012

Las Vegas Hotels

Find great hotels at the lowest prices in Las Vegas right on the strip if you just look out for some of the slick deals thrown by these best hotels including Bellagio, MGM as part of their stay, dine and gamble packages. Booking early, asking for room upgrades, getting rooms with the best view of the strip, knowing the price range of hotels ranging from Bellagio to Circus Circus to Imperial Palace are some of the tips you should try to get the best room in one of the best hotels in Las Vegas on the strip - do not forget to vote and comment at the end of this hub.

Best Hotel on Las Vegas Strip

Bellagio - best hotel in Las Vegas
Bellagio - best hotel in Las Vegas

Bellagio Las Vegas Hotel

Undoubtedly the number one best hotel in Las Vegas on the strip in my mind is the Bellagio. Even with the newer hotels arising in modern Las Vegas, Bellagio remains a top getaway despite the other upscale properties. The Bellagio fountain show is free for all visitors - this show has thousands of fountains erupt in a choreographed water ballet. Bellagio also has an indoor botanical conservatory, two wedding chapels and the Spa Tower. Bellagio is not frequent in giving out great deals on their room prices, but it never hurts to look out for deals first. Check out their website first to see if there are any promotions. Rooms are usually $300 per night and you might find rooms for $200 per night at times depending on the time of the week or year.

Venetian Resort Hotel

Venetian Gondola ride
Venetian Gondola ride

 Venetian Resort is a theme hotel that re-creates Venice, Italy's most romantic city with many landmarks designed meticulously. The hotel boasts a lake where visitors can take gondala rides and  look out on the strip. You can climb aboard a gondola with a gondolier who will sing opera as he paddles the boat through the canals that line the Grand Canal Shops. The rooms are spacious and the endless attractions on the property make this the right destination if you feel like you never want to leave the resort. The room prices can be expensive just like the Wynn but if price is not a matter, Venetian is definitely one of the best hotels in Las Vegas on the strip.

Hotels in Las Vegas strip
Hotels in Las Vegas strip

Mandalay Bay Resort

 A great great place to stay in Las Vegas is the Mandalay Bay Resort that has three hotels in one - the Mandalay Bay, THEhotel and the Four Seasons-Las Vegas and they each have separate entrance. THEhotel is all about intimacy and style with elaborate wet bars, floor to ceiling windows and mirrored wardrobes with the most comfortable beds and rates are surprisingly competitive making it the best hotel to stay in Las Vegas on the strip. Four Seasons has separate restaurants, a separate spa and a separate pool.

Paris Las Vegas Hotel

 Paris is among the best hotels in Las Vegas on the strip for its location and the great views if offers. Paris Las Vegas is modeled after the City of Light, Paris, France capital, offers plenty of fun. It houses the 50-story replica of Eiffel Tower, three of its legs go through the roof of the casino and the rest of the legs rest on Monet-style floral carpet.

Monte Carlo Resort - Las Vegas Strip hotel
Forget the fire incident in January 2008 that forced the evacuation of the entire resort, Monte Carlo is back and better than ever. The best value for money and provides facilities for families with kids makes it one of the best hotels in Las Vegas on the strip. The family friendly perks include a  kiddie pool and a mini water park. Very nice rooms, and an easy to navigate gaming floor.

Other mentions for best hotels in Las Vegas on the strip

A great hotel for families with kids with child-oriented attractions like basement arcade and the 4D SpongeBob Square Pants ride.

Bally's Las Vegas is so underrated but have spacious rooms with great views at very reasonable prices - it has tennis courts and has a monorail station at the rear of the hotel.

Great location right in the center of the Las Vegas Strip and the reasonable price makes it in the best hotels in Las Vegas.

MGM Grand
Easy to find great deals on hotel accommodation.

Wynn Hotel
Expensive but worth every penny.

Caesers Palace
Oohh... The Forum shop and the incredible restaurants.

Hotels on Las Vegas Strip

What is your favorite best hotel in Las Vegas on the strip?

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    • travmaj profile image

      travmaj 5 years ago from australia

      Hi - Las Vegas is definitely on my bucket list - enjoyed this - thanks

    • KT Banks profile image

      KT Banks 6 years ago from Texas

      We're closing in on our 25th anniversary, and it's so hard to decide where to go. Vegas is definitely in the running, but then it's hard to narrow down the perfect hotel. Your hub does help, though, Thanks!

      (We're looking for something modern, with a great view of the strip.)

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      angelstar 6 years ago

      that place is awsme

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      seeking waterfalls 6 years ago

      Stayed at the Trump beautiful hotel huge lovely rooms and amazing staff

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      Kate 7 years ago

      I just booked a trip to Las Vegas... just about everything in my budget was booked! :( Such a bummer! Maybe I'll try again closer to the date!

    • yenajeon profile image

      yenajeon 7 years ago from California

      THanks for the reviews, going to Vegas in 2 weeks!

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      paulstephenuk 7 years ago from London, UK

      I've stayed at Mandalay Bay and MGM, next time I go back I want to stay at Caesers Palace.

      Can't get enough of Vegas, I love everything about it.

      Great hub mate!

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      curtisdunn 7 years ago

      I would like to stay at the Venetian Resort Hotel. There is so much to do in Vegas. I love it!

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      Double Down 8 years ago

      I voted for the Wynn. It's only downfall is it's location on the very end of the 'real' strip.

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      Win2Win 8 years ago from Wales

      I've stayed in most of the hotels on The Strip by found it is now cheaper to use Microtel which is just off the Boulevard Southside of the airport. Handy really for business folk like me as it includes internet access & breakfast, both extras at the main hotels.

      Venetian is the best on The Strip if you can afford it!


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