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- Read MoreResting high above the Las Vegas Strip, ARIA Sky Suites sits atop the ARIA Resort & Casino in the heart of Sin City. Attention to detail is a high priority at this hotel. A personal concierge is assigned to each Sky Suite, there are check-in and checkout areas separate from the ARIA Resort guests and, according to recent visitors, the service is unparalleled. As far as rooms go, you'll have the option of one- and two-bedroom suites or penthouses, and – if you really want to splurge – Sky Villas. These accommodations measure 3,370 square feet and include floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows with epic views of Las Vegas. All rooms come with separate living room and bedroom areas, flat-screen TVs and touch-screen consoles that control everything from the entertainment system to the blackout drapes. (Though a few tech-challenged reviewers said they found the controls a bit glitchy and difficult to work.) Outside the accommodations, visitors have access to a private pool, an art gallery and a lounge with free food and drink amenities, such as a daily wine and cheese pairing. Plus, guests have access to the amenities and facilities at the ARIA Resort, including its multiple restaurants and pools, the spa, the casino and nightlife options.Free Parking
- View all PhotosLas Vegas, NV1.1 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (16245)Free ParkingRead MoreRecent travel lovers gave the Encore's casino high marks for style, especially in the lobby and common areas. And they appreciate the decor – a fusion of Mediterranean and Asian design elements. The rooms aren't as design-heavy, but still earn high praise for floor-to-ceiling windows, spacious setups and overall cleanliness and maintenance. The Encore also impresses guests with its accommodating staff. Be forewarned: Recent travelers mentioned the hefty fees for partaking in the minibar's treats. But this is the Encore, after all, where most of the guests are high rollers prepared to splurge. If you're having trouble getting a vacancy at the Encore, consider its sister hotel and neighbor, the Wynn Las Vegas.Free Parking
- Read MoreThis sprawling resort – with its huge emphasis on natural light, greenery and other earthy elements – is perhaps the first central Las Vegas hotel to master the feeling of seclusion rather than themed chaos. And the rooms are consistently called the best non-suite accommodations on the Strip. Recent travelers found lots to love in the Wynn – the top-rated Andrea's fine dining restaurant and the posh casino, to name a few things – but not everyone loves the price. You'll pay a pretty penny for everything here (and a daily resort fee on top of that), although most visitors say it's worth it the splurge. The Wynn enjoys a centralized location with Encore, The Palazzo and The Venetian all within walking distance.
- Read MoreARIA Resort & Casino's cutting-edge technology is a big hit with travel buffs: Rooms have bedside touch-screen controls that remember your temperature and lighting preferences, outlets for your MP3 player and camera, and gaming consoles are in the 42-inch flat-screen televisions. Obviously, ARIA is popular with conventioneers and others away on business, but still, leisure travelers like its central locale and its bevy of amenities (though there is a $39 resort fee). This MGM Resorts property boasts a number of eateries and pools, a spa and salon, as well as several trendy bars and lounges. You'll find the ARIA Resort & Casino mid-Strip, near the Monte Carlo Resort & Casino and the Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas.
- Read MoreWith an upscale casino reminiscent of those found in Monaco, the Bellagio Resort & Casino is a favorite home base for high rollers. The Chihuly glass-decorated lobby is a sight in and of itself and the more than 15 dining options provide visitors with ample places to grab a bite. Guest rooms feature understated design touches inspired by Italy's Lake Como, as well as luxurious perks like marble foyers and automatic curtain controls. Bear in mind that this MGM Resorts property is big, so you will be doing a lot of walking. But when you need a breather, stop in at the Bellagio Spa for a massage, a soothing soak or a seaweed wrap, or chill out by one of the pools. Also be sure to make some time for the spectacular Fountains of Bellagio show. You'll find the Bellagio in the middle of the Strip, across the street from Paris Las Vegas. Keep in mind, the Bellagio Tower Suites are part of the Leading Hotels of the World, so Leaders Club members can earn extra perks here.5.0-star Hotel Class
- Read MoreLocated on the Strip just south of the Bellagio, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is one of Sin City's more modern luxury hotels. Rooms are comfortable yet contemporary, thanks to a palette of cool blues and bright whites. Accommodations also house plenty of luxe amenities like spacious, marble-floored bathrooms and separate seating areas. Plus these are some of the only accommodations in Vegas that offer the option of a balcony or terrace (available in some suite categories). Downstairs in the lobby, the Wicked Spoon brunch buffet earns rave reviews from recent travelers for the delectable dishes served in individual sizes (in fact, nearly all of the Cosmopolitan's restaurants receive two thumbs up). Between meals, take a dip in one of the hotel's three pools, each with a different atmosphere. Recent travelers also praised the hotel's friendly staff and the concierge's helpful knowledge. Because The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is a member of the Marriott family, members of the Marriott Bonvoy membership program can accrue or redeem points by choosing to stay here.
- View all PhotosLas Vegas, NV0.9 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (17190)Free ParkingRead MoreSituated on the northern end of the Strip – right next door to The Venetian – The Palazzo is the updated and modernized kid sister of its kitschy Italian neighbor. Its sleek decor and modern color palette also make it a hit with the swankier crowd. Guests love the spacious suites that come with sunken living rooms perfect for lounging. The deep bathtubs are also popular, although it may be worth hopping out of the tub to spring for some added relaxation: Recent visitors rave about the Canyon Ranch SpaClub, which offers a full menu of massages, along with salon treatments and fitness classes. When you get hungry, head over to The Venetian, where a multitude of dining options are available. While most recent visitors enjoyed the suites, access to multiple pools and the variety of amenities, they cautioned that with the high price tags attached to room rates they expected a bit better service.Free Parking
- View all PhotosLas Vegas, NV0.9 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (28817)Free ParkingRead MoreThe Venetian is one of the best-known theme hotels in Vegas, embracing its fine Italian design with gargantuan marble pieces, gold leaf-gilded everything and hand-painted artistry covering the ceilings. Outside, Venice's top landmarks like the Campanile, St. Mark's Square and the Doge's Palace are recreated. Inside, the resort begins to push the kitsch envelope with the Grand Canal Shoppes inside an indoor replica of Venice. You can even take a gondola ride from the lobby to the shops, and despite the cheese factor and the price, many say the ticket is worth it. The suite-style digs have separate sunken living rooms, large windows and Italian marble bathrooms. Still, some say the hotel's location on the north end of the Strip is a bit inconvenient as it's removed from some of the more popular restaurants and nightclubs. But guests still heap praise on the accommodating staff at the luxurious Canyon Ranch spa + fitness (some areas require an extra fee), and the variety of dining choices on-site.Free Parking
- Read MoreThe West Baden Springs Hotel is much more than just a place to stay overnight: It's also a National Historic Landmark, built in 1902. The hotel's domed atrium spreads across 200 feet, leaving some to nickname it the Eighth Wonder of the World. Along with the 243 rooms that overlook the opulent atrium, there's also a spa and the upscale Sinclair's Restaurant, as well as a few casual eateries. Guests express awe over West Baden's appearance and other luxurious extras like access to golf courses and retail shops, plus the on-site spa, pool and fitness center and classes. You'll find the property in southern Indiana, less than 2 miles from the French Lick Resort and about 100 miles south of Indianapolis.4.5-star Hotel ClassFree Parking
- Read MoreCaesars Palace is the ultimate choice in ridiculously campy Las Vegas kitsch – and travelers love it. The hotel's theme is ripped straight from the Julius Caesar's Rome, with columns, marble gods and goddesses, plus a toga-clad wait staff serving cocktails on the casino floor. And it's not lacking in entertainment options either: Guests love the sprawling casino floor and the hundreds of designer outlets found at the Forum Shops, plus the plethora of dining venues. The Colosseum at Caesars Palace – a concert venue with regular acts like Celine Dion, Rod Stewart and Jerry Seinfeld – is another popular perk. While visitors love all the hotel's amenities, they do warn that travelers should be aware of additional charges for early check-in and the resort fee. You'll find Caesars mid-Strip, nestled between the Bellagio and the Mirage.5.0-star Hotel ClassFree Parking
- View all PhotosLas Vegas, NV10.4 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (4494)Free ParkingRead MoreAlthough the Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa is about a 30-minute drive from the Strip, it's still a good bet for travelers who want to gamble in a quieter, more laid-back atmosphere. The enormous 87,000-square-foot casino is airy and open, echoing the resort's design elements of natural wood, stonework and warm, amber-hued light fixtures. Recent guests loved the rooms, listing the Egyptian cotton linens, iPod docks and spacious bathrooms with soaking bathtubs as favorite features. And the popular backyard area – 3 acres of space speckled with wading and swimming pools, a sandy beach and private cabanas – is also a big hit with travelers. The resort is also home to multiple dining options and a spa. If you start to get a little stir crazy, though, there's a complimentary shuttle that will drop you off at Fashion Show Mall on the Strip.5.0-star Hotel ClassFree Parking
- Read MoreOccupying 2,000 acres of southern Pennsylvania near Ohiopyle State Park, the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort comprises a massive selection of accommodations. The suites in Chateau Lafayette were inspired by the famous Ritz in Paris, and feature crystal chandeliers and marble bathrooms. In a very different fashion, Falling Rock pays tribute to Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural style: This boutique boasts a heated outdoor pool, deep-soaking tubs, and stand-alone showers, providing a more secluded, romantic escape, according to recent guests. The Lodge offers ornate decor that resembles an English country inn and evokes a cozier feel. Of the options, many previous guests recommend staying in Falling Rock for its soothing atmosphere, friendly customer service and gourmet Aqueous restaurant. For more fine dining options, check out Lautrec or Autumn. Prefer lighter fare? Dine at The Tavern, The Caddyshack, PJ's or one of the seasonal venues that opens its doors for putters in the summer season or powder hounds in the winter.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree Parking
- View all PhotosHenderson, NV10.5 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (1519)Free ParkingRead MoreLocated less than 10 minutes by car from Henderson Executive Airport and a 10-mile drive south of the Strip, the M Resort Spa Casino offers incredible views of the bright lights of Las Vegas. Compared to other off-Strip hotels, the M is a bigger party animal. Dance music pumps from the pool area and the M Bar is the see-and-be-seen spot on the resort. Plus, the Studio B Buffet has a live action cooking studio so guests can watch as chefs prepare delectable cuisine. Recent travelers also loved the sleek and modern guest rooms with their floor-to-ceiling windows (even in the bathrooms), HD televisions and in-mirror bathroom TVs. When you're ready to get off the resort, the M offers complimentary scheduled shuttle service to the Strip.4.5-star Hotel ClassFree Parking
- Read MoreBringing a little bit of Las Vegas to downtown Detroit, this MGM outpost doubles as a luxury hotel and a mammoth casino. Take your pick between more than 121 table games or 3,500 slots and a multi-table poker room. Or skip the slots and indulge in the hotel's other amenities, like the plethora of restaurants, entertainment options and a resort-style spa with an indoor infinity pool. After, retreat to your lodgings, which recent guests report are both spacious and clean. Guests also praise the friendly staff and the large bathrooms with marble showers and dual shower heads.4.5-star Hotel ClassFree Parking
- Read MoreLike any Hard Rock worth its name, this one in Biloxi, Mississippi, boasts music paraphernalia, live shows and nighttime entertainment. The pool area is scenic with cushy cabanas and poolside service. The drinks may not be flowing freely, but there is food aplenty at this Hard Rock's eight eateries, from the fine dining at Ruth's Chris Steakhouse to late night ice cream at Ben & Jerry's. The rooms are decorated with flat-screen TVs, iHome docking stations and signature "Sleep like a Rock" beds. Down at the casino, you'll have your choice of more than 1,200 slots and 50 table games. Guests should note that there is a daily $12 resort fee applied to the final bill, but that it covers the cost of parking – including valet – and Wi-Fi access. The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Biloxi sits on Beach Boulevard, between the Beau Rivage Resort & Casino and the Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art.
- View all PhotosLas Vegas, NV7.5 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (2377)Free ParkingRead MoreA local favorite, Green Valley Ranch is an off-Strip resort that revels in its quieter atmosphere. Travelers love the on-site restaurants like Hank's Fine Steaks and Tides Seafood & Sushi Bar, and give high praise to the approachable and friendly staff members. Despite the picturesque vineyards and Italianate architecture, the hotel still provides a Sin City vibe. The casino area has gaming tables and a popular Race & Sports Book, as well as a multiscreen movie theater. Several bars are peppered around the property from the lobby to the pool. And when you want to relax, head to the on-site spa for a massage or body scrub. What's more, iPrefer members can earn perks and use points at this property.4.5-star Hotel ClassFree Parking
- View all PhotosSaint Charles, MOTripAdvisor (752)Free ParkingRead MoreJust 23 miles southeast of downtown St. Louis in St. Charles, Missouri, the Ameristar Casino Resort Spa St. Charles offers plenty of chances to test your luck. You'll find table games and even unique, movie-themed electronic slots games. When you need a break from all that risk taking, go for a sure thing: Relax at the spa or pool, or retreat to one of nearly 400 suites equipped with two plasma HDTVs, complimentary wireless internet access and a sunken living area for lounging. Recent guests were impressed by the helpful and amicable service staff and the abundance of dining options (with eight eateries ranging from bake shops to oyster bars).
- Read MoreWhen planning a quick gambling getaway, it's easy to overlook Connecticut. But one stay at this sprawling resort located in Uncasville — just 133 miles north of New York City — will change your mind. Mohegan Sun houses three casinos and features a state-of-the-art poker room, several thousand slot machines and more than 250 table games. If you're not looking to test your luck, there's numerous activities to choose from including shopping, golfing or eating at one of more than 40 dining outlets, bars and lounges. For an extra dose of luxury, retreat to the Elemis Spa for a relaxing treatment or massage, or catch a show at one of the resort's entertainment venues. But while a versatile selection of amenities is nice to have, recent guests attribute their satisfactory stay to the exceptional service and comfortable accommodations, appointed with large beds, lounge chairs, flat-screen TVs and in-room iPads. When picking a tower to stay in, however, guests recommending opting to stay in the Sky Tower over the Earth Tower.
- View all PhotosNew Orleans, LA0.9 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (6910)Free WiFiRead More
Harrah's real bread and butter is the casino floor, not the hotel rooms. Still, travelers find that this Mississippi Riverfront hotel does an excellent job of making you feel at home while you take your chances at the slots and tables. The rooms are large, the staff is quick to respond to the needs of guests, and because you're in such a prime spot, you can easily walk to the French Quarter's best-loved sites or to the Central Business District. This hotel can be bustling, so you might want to stay someplace else if you value your sleep.Free WiFi
- Read MoreWhen you think of casino hotel rooms, you might picture grimy and bizarrely themed cubicles. But on the outskirts of Spokane, Washington, Northern Quest Resort & Casino will defy all of these impressions. Recent visitors rave about the clean, spacious and well-furnished accommodations, and a number of guests single out the gigantic bathrooms, complimentary Wi-Fi and 42-inch flat-screen TVs as particularly appreciated amenities. Northern Quest also boasts 46,000 square feet of gaming space, a Native American-inspired La Rive Spa, an indoor pool and multiple restaurants and bars.
- Read MoreAccording to some recent guests, this resort-casino megaplex – run by the Oneida American Indian tribe – easily rivals some of the sprawling properties in Las Vegas. Rather than in Vegas, you'll find Turning Stone in Verona, New York, on Patrick Road, just off of State Route 365. The casino has plenty of gaming options (penny slots, blackjack and Texas Hold'em, to name a few), and there are even more amenities, such as a full-service spa and multiple dining venues, to keep you occupied. The Lodge offers suites, which come appointed with soaking tubs, glass-enclosed showers and floor-to-ceiling windows, to note a few amenities. But while most previous visitors report a satisfactory stay overall, some do lament that the prices of drinks and meals here are a bit hard to swallow.
- View all PhotosIncline Village, NVTripAdvisor (2867)Free ParkingRead MoreSitting on the edge of Lake Tahoe's northern shore in Incline Village, Nevada, the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino remains a guest favorite because it offers a generous sampling of Tahoe pastimes like gambling, boating and swimming. This large resort provides access to a private lake-beach, boat tours and fishing trips. During the cooler months, visitors can enjoy the lake views from the cozy outdoor fire pits after a day of skiing. Inside the warmth of your own quarters, you'll find an iPod docking station, a minibar and a flat-screen TV. But despite all of the on-site amenities, which are made possible by a $36 resort fee, guests claim that the best part about staying at this Hyatt property is the warm, friendly staff. What's more, members of Hyatt's rewards program can accrue and redeem points here.
- Read MoreAlthough some visitors consider The Cromwell small by Las Vegas standards, this Caesars-affiliated property – which is located on The Strip – does not disappoint. Gamblers enjoy the 440 slot machines and 66 table games that occupy the hotel's 40,000-square-foot casino, while partygoers rave about the late-night lounges and clubs, including the 65,000-square-foot Drai's Beachclub-Nightclub. But there are plenty of tamer offerings for guests, too. You can take in some sun by The Cromwell's beach-themed rooftop pool or, if you're a shopaholic, wander into the 1940s-esque Curios; you can find everything from chess piece candles and gin and tonic-scented mustache wax to top hats and Ray Ban sunglasses. And should you crave a bite, stop by GIADA, the on-site Italian eatery that's celebrity chef Giada de Laurentiis' first restaurant. Previous diners recommended the chicken Marsala meatballs and the lemon potatoes, although they also cautioned that the portions are small and prices are high. When you're ready for bed, make your way back to your Parisian-inspired digs. Recent travelers appreciated the trendy decor and top-notch amenities like hardwood floors, rain showers, pillow-top mattresses and 55-inch flat-screen TVs.
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Catering to high rollers with its award-winning casino, this hotel boasts 200 rooms, six eateries and a bevy of nightly entertainment options. Guests are quick to praise the hotel's hospitable staff and the spacious accommodations, which feature eye-catching red accents, complimentary Wi-Fi access, coffee makers, 42-inch flat-screen TVs and free bottled water. After you've tested your luck at the hotel's Baccarat, poker or craps tables, grab a bite to eat: 1904 Steak House serves up sizzling sirloins in a refined atmosphere, while The Beerhouse offers a more relaxed ambiance with a 20-foot long communal table and more than 30 beers on tap. Should you crave some activity away from the casino floor, seek solace at Judy's Velvet Lounge, where you can sip cocktails as you watch live musical performances. You'll find the River City Casino & Hotel hugging the banks of the Mississippi River approximately 10 miles south of downtown St. Louis.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree ParkingFree WiFi
- View all PhotosFlagstaff, AZ22.5 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (1029)Free ParkingRead MoreThe Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort boasts an on-site casino with more than 1,100 slot machines, bingo and numerous table games, making it a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. The resort also features more than 8,000 square feet of meeting and event space, a heated indoor pool, four restaurants and a coffee shop, plus a regular lineup of live concerts. When it comes time to rest, guest rooms are equipped with IBAHN interactive entertainment centers, hardwood floors, Keurig coffee makers, minifridges, wireless internet access and iPod docking stations. Upgrade to a mountain-view room or suite to enjoy vistas of the San Francisco Peaks. All rooms also come with complimentary valet parking, which can be requested in advance via an app on your mobile phone. Recent lodgers were impressed with how quiet the accommodations were, given that they are housed near a 24-hour casino, and also appreciated that the guest rooms were incredibly clean and spacious. Reviewers said the one downside to this resort is that it is not within walking distance of any additional amenities, and is a bit of a trek to downtown Flagstaff, Arizona, which is about 25 miles west of the property.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree Parking
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