Make your stay one to remember by booking into one of the most famous hotels in Las Vegas
Las Vegas, the adult’s playground of the world, where you can live up in the sunshine and possibly come home a millionaire! Vegas is known as Sin City thanks to its pool parties, international DJ’s, superstar performers, famous clubs and jaw dropping casinos. There are a lot of hotels along the famous strip, which can make choosing one hard. Read on as our travel expert Paddy shares his thoughts on the most famous hotels in Las Vegas.
Arguably THE most famous of all of the hotels in Las Vegas, Caesars Palace is home to a 12,000 square metre casino and a host of celebrity owned restaurants.
Well-known for featuring in 2009 comedy ‘The Hangover’, Caesars Palace and its opulent surroundings will make you feel like a star during your stay!
If you want world-class entertainment then head to ‘The Colosseum’ where you can see acts such as Celine Dion and Rod Stewart.
Once you’re done living it up and partying until then sun comes up, then it’s time for some relaxation at the Qua Baths and Spa at Ceasars Palace. Where better to recharge your batteries than in a roman bath? Try the Hydratherapy Facial to help tired skin.
Well known for housing Conor McGregor’s UFC bouts, the MGM grand has a prime location on the strip and is perfect for groups.
Home to the much-loved Wet Republic pool parties, featuring DJ’s such as Tiesto and David Guetta, the MGM grand has endless entertainment on offer.
Dine at the ‘Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill’ and sample signature dishes by the famous chef. I recommend the Flat Iron Steak with Cognac Mustard Sauce and French Fries. Delicious!
One of the newer hotels in Las Vegas, The Cosmopolitan boasts something which we think classes it as one of the best hotels on the strip!
Upgrade to a terrace room and you will have access to a private terrace which overlooks the Bellagio fountains – how’s that for a view?
The Cosmopolitan is also home to ‘The Wicked Spoon’, which is one of the greatest buffet restaurants in Las Vegas.
Try their all-you-can-eat brunch which is $27 for adults and $16 for kids. Thirsty?
Opt for the $15 two hour bottomless drinks package.
New York New York
When it comes to eye-catching hotel engineering, New York New York has it nailed. For this reason, it makes my list of the most famous hotels in Las Vegas!
Featuring a Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building and a rollercoaster which runs around the front of the hotel, this famous Las Vegas Hotel is great for guests that like ‘novelty’ accommodations!
Visit ‘The Bar at Times Square’ for the nightly piano duels or stop by the ‘New York Pizzeria’ for a real slice of belly pleasing pizza.
Interested in experiencing one of these hotels for yourself? Take a look at our latest Las Vegas offers.