A destination such as Vegas brings excitement and pleasure wherever you turn. From shows to dining to gambling, the city has it all.
In the city that never sleeps billion dollar hotels sprout up all along the strip, each vying for a top position amongst travelers. You will encounter resorts for all walks of life and every budget. When you visit Sin City there are 3 Las Vegas hotels that are the creme de la creme.
Forbes and Conde Nast Rankings will ensure 5-Star stay at The Top 3 Hotels In Las Vegas
A welcome greeting by name from valet is a mere taste of the level of service. With an 88.853 rating from Conde Nast, The Wynn and it’s offshoot, Encore have earned their place at the top of the list. Boasting a lengthy list of five star awards (Michelin, Mobil, Forbes, AAA) that rival the length of the strip class is evident throughout every square foot of the Steve Wynn’s magical creation.
Stroll through the Wynn and absorb the breath taking Venetian-glass mosaic floors and magnificent floral arrangements depicting fantastical sceneries. Add in the posh casinos and the Wynn & Encore scream luxuriousness.
Enjoy dining in one of10 on property fine dining establishments (Andrea’s) and afterwards taking in Le Reve, the acrobatic water experience. As the night winds down, cozy up in a Tower suite that rivals most New York Penthouses.
Step up your comfort by choosing either the Encore or Wynn Tower Suites and enjoy private valet and entrances, exclusive casinos and at your fingertip service.
Aria Resort & Casino and their Sky Suites are a Forbes 5-Star rated hotel and holds a 82.941 with Conde Nast. Aria Suites has 442 suites and 6 Sky Villas in this Five Diamond hotel. Suites include dining areas, wet bars, touch screen controls and home entertainment centers. Whirlpool tubs are standard. Home to three pools, the finest spa in Las Vegas and 16 restaurants attention to every detail is apparent.
The Aria holds more than 4,000 rooms where you can choose from 19 different restaurants, four night clubs and Zaranka, the Cirque du Soleil magical experience.
Aria is a popular destination amongst conventioneers and business travelers but the plethora of vast number of amenities and central locale designate this hotel as a travelers dream.
Luxury is Aria /Aria Suites missing middle name.
Considered a boutique amongst the behemoths of the city, the Mandarin Oriental has only 392 guest rooms and suites. Centrally located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, this Asian-style elegance is all the rave. Rooms are 293 LEED Gold certified. Spa, restaurant and hotel are all 5-Star rated by Forbes and holds an 85.044 through Conde Nast. Not many can lay claim to a triple crown of 5-Star awards.
With no casino on property, the Mandarin is considered a self contained high rise with impeccable service, staff and class. Guests take no issue strolling to the Aria or Monte Carlo to hit the tables.
Their 2 story spa with 17 treatment rooms is a must experience for the finest relaxation money can afford and many say is home to the finest masseuses in the city.
Soak up breath taking views of the city on the 23rd floor while indulging in a cocktail at the Mandarin Bar. For culinary expertise, Pierre Gagniare’s Twist is delectable and leaves the palate in a state of heavenly satiation.
Tops of the City
Rounding out the top five Las Vegas Establishments and missing by a mere inkling are Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas, The Venetian, and the Bellagio Las Vegas.