Las Vegas is a “loud” city in every sense of the word: it is ostentatious, flamboyant and booming. Rarely, are the terms “sober” and “tasteful” used to describe anything related to Sin City.
Yet, as much as Las Vegas embraces its decadent image, the top resorts quietly cater to travelers with more refined sensibilities. Behind its neon facade, the City of Lights is a five-star town.
Fall and winter is the perfect time to visit the Nevada desert. On your next--or first--visit to Las Vegas, eschew the inexpensive buffets and treat yourself to an elegant vacation at one of these luxury resorts.
George Clooney and his “Ocean’s Eleven” castmates made the Fountains of Bellagio a must-see attraction. While hordes of tourists flock to Lake Bellagio to see this iconic water show, you can enjoy the magic from a two-bedroom Grand Lakeview Suite.
With airport limousine transportation and VIP Chairman’s Lounge check-in included, your relaxing vacation begins the second you step off the plane.
Take in the seasonal displays at the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden or the rotating exhibits at the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Arts. For an unforgettable dining experience, book a table at Picasso before or after Cirque Du Soleil’s “O.”
Inspired by an 18th century Tuscan village, The Mansion is far away from the bustling Las Vegas Strip in spirit only. “Ultra Exclusive. Absolute Privacy. Beyond Attentive.” is the motto of this luxury establishment.
Butler service and Afternoon High Tea served in your villa sets The Mansion apart from other high end resorts. Swim in an opulent pool, stroll the Italian Garden or schedule a spa treatment in one of The Mansion’s private rooms.
Five-star Michelin Chef Joel Robuchon will dazzle you with his culinary skills at L’Atelier or you can dine on The Mansion Estate Patio.
These AAA Five-Diamond Suites are located high above the famed Las Vegas Strip. Their unsurpassed views are matched only by their “unsurpassed luxury.”
Named one of the “Most Luxurious Hotels in the World” by Forbes Magazine in 2018, the Aria Sky Suites cater to their exclusive guest with personalized concierge service and lavish furnishings.
Celebrity chefs Jean Georges, Mario Carbone, Michael Mina, Julian Serrano and Shawn McClain all have renowned restaurants on the Aria property.
Every inch of the Wynn and Encore complex is dazzling. The attention to detail is unrivaled. Grand without being pretentious, the decor has a sense of whimsy and wonder.
This Forbes Five-Star Luxury Resort, is an oasis in the desert. With award-winning restaurants, headliner entertainment and one of the world’s hottest nightclubs, you’ll be entertained and pampered from morning until night.
If a wedding is in your future, the wedding salons at Wynn will make your day magical.
For many people, Caesars Palace would be the height of luxury. But for those who want an even more sophisticated experience, the Nobu Hotel located inside the Caesars Palace resort gives them the attention to detail they so desire.
This Japanese-inspired boutique hotel, provides a zen-like atmosphere not easily found in bustling Las Vegas.
The Nobu Penthouse with its spiral staircase and second-story terrace is the perfect place to party with family members or a group of friends. If you want to live like a celebrity, the 10,000 square foot Nobu Village is the hotel’s only rooftop villa. At $35,000 per night, it comes complete with a bar, barbecue pit and whirlpool.
The Mirage is one of the few resorts in the world where you can book a volcano view room. Of course, in this case, the volcano is man-made.
The Mirage is the home to the “Beatles Love” show and the Secret Garden & Dolphin Habitat, which makes it a favorite of tourists. The Villas, however, provide a tranquil experience away from the crowds.
The three bedroom Villa lanais, feels like a vacation home. With a private entrance and private pool, you’ll have all the privacy you need.
Chefs and butlers will be at your service 24hours a day, which is a necessary luxury in this 24-hour town.
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