So you want to plan a trip to Las Vegas. Great decision! Now, the question is what are the nicest and fanciest places in town?
The biggest question is where to stay. A good place to start is the AAA Five Diamond Award winning hotels. On the strip, there is the Wynn, Bellagio, Venetian, MGM Skylofts, and the Four Seasons.
Are you looking to do a little high stakes gambling while in town? Don’t worry as all of these properties can handle those high limits you enjoy (except the Four Seasons, as it doesn’t offer gambling). As of late though, most of the high rollers are enjoying playing at the Wynn, Venetian, and Bellagio.
The Bellagio is a very elaborate and nicely presented hotel that just screams class. It’s most remembered for the fountains directly in front of the hotel. It offers plenty of fine dining options, and is a sight to behold. During your trip, you should take a look at the Botanical Gardens. It is an elaborate inside garden that they change throughout the year.
The Venetian is an Italian themed hotel that puts an emphasis on Italian themed art and decor. The ceilings are painted like the Sistine Chapel, and the tile work and wall decorations bring the whole look together for a beautiful hotel. Most people remember the Venetian for the gondolas that go inside the mall, and in front of the hotel. Guests can actually take a ride in them with singing gondoliers. The Venetian really is a neat place to visit.
Located at the top of the MGM Grand, you will find the MGM Skylofts. These are the premium rooms at the MGM Grand that come with extra amenities and luxury that doesn’t come with the standard room at the MGM Grand. The MGM Grand itself is a nice place. Although it isn’t as flashy as the Wynn, Bellagio, or Venetian, it offers a large variety of entertainment, dining, and gaming options to enjoy.
One of the most famous casino resort/real-estate developers in the world is Steve Wynn. His previous projects include the Mirage, Treasure Island, and the Bellagio before they were sold. Since then, he has outdone himself yet again with the Wynn and most recently its sister hotel Encore.
The Wynn, which Steve claims as, “The only hotel I’ve ever signed my name to” really has everything to offer guests. They have everything from fine dining, the Esplanade Shoppes which feature some of the most famous brands in retail, to a golf course, and even a Ferrari and Maserati dealership! Like always, Wynn puts an emphasis on luxury and fine service, and you’ll find it to be one of the most visually appealing hotels on the strip. So, if you feel like splurging, and taking in everything Las Vegas has to offer, you should really consider looking into the Wynn.
All of these properties are absolutely stunning, and simply wonderful. If you’re looking for world class service and amenities you’ll find them at these hotels. There is nothing second class when it comes to these places. So go ahead, spoil yourself a little. You deserve it.
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August 25 2009 03:58 am | Vacations