** We visited Las Vegas in August 2014. This post has been updated in July 2019 to reflect accurate information.
Stretching for more than three and a half miles, the Las Vegas Strip is one of America’s favourite destinations, it’s a crazy nightlife and entertainment district, in just a few blocks.
Each hotel along the Las Vegas strip is almost a destination all of it’s own. Along with hundreds of hotel rooms, the resorts in Vegas all have their own unique shows on offer, with incredible restaurants, pools, parties and in some cases even theme parks, packed onto their property. They are almost like their own little villages.
You could easily spend all your time in Vegas just exploring your own hotel. But what fun is that?! While you’re here you may as well get out and explore all the hotels!
There’s a hotel on the strip for every type of budget along the strip. Here is a quick guide to some of the main hotels along the Las Vegas Strip, and some of our favourites, in no particular order. Above image by James Brandon.
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Water is the main features of the Bellagio Resort & Casino, with their iconic fountains on display each hour and the epic underwater story of “O by Cirque Du Soleil, as well as a heap of huge pools to escape the dry desert heat of Nevada.
Address: 3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas Strip
- Fountains of Bellagio
- “O” by Cirque Du Soleil
- Conservatory & Botanical Gardens
- Gallery of Fine Art
- Hyde Nightclub
The Bellagio Resort is also a dog-friendly resort, so it’s a great choice if you’re travelling with your fur baby!
Room cost: Prices at the Bellagio Hotel start from $203 per night. Image found here.
Book now: Cheapest rates for the Bellagio
Considered the ‘entertainment authority in Las Vegas’, MGM Grand is home to some of the biggest names in Music and Entertainment. As well as incredible concerts they also have Michelin-starred chefs’ restaurants and more than 171,000 squares of Casinos.
Address: 3799 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas Strip
- Wet Republic
- Reviv Wellness
- Hakkasan Nighclub
- KA by Cirque du Soleil
- David Copperfield Theater
- Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club
- Las Vegas Monorail
- Fight Week
- The Signature at MGM Grand
Room cost: Prices start from $93 per night. Image from Trip Advisor.
Book now: Best deals for the MGM Grand
Home to all kinds of music and entertainment, Planet Hollywood sits right in the middle of the Las Vegas strip, so there’s no missing this one. It’s home to heaps of nightclubs, shows and restaurants and there’s always something new and exciting happening at Planet Hollywood.
Address: 3667 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas Strip
- The Scene Pool Deck – Home of the Flowrider
- The Heart Bar
- Miracle Mile Shops
- The Chapel at Planet Hollywood
- Plant Hollywood Salon by Mandara
- Gwen Stefani Residency
- Shania Twain Residency
- Christina Aguilera: The Xperience
- Criss Angel Mindfreak
Room cost: Prices start from $66 per night. Image found here.
One of the most infamous resorts in Vegas, there’s not a person in the world who wouldn’t have heard of Caesars Palace. From it’s iconic place in the first Hangover movie, to it’s incredible design and indoor architecture, this hotel is absolutely worth checking out, even if you’re not staying here.
Address: 3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas Strip
- Garden of Gods Pool Oasis
- Vanderpump Cocktail Garden
- Omnia Nightclub
- Cove Beach at Venus Pool
- The Spanish Steps
- The Colosseum Music Theatre
- Jerry Seinfeld Comedy Show
- Absinthe Show
- Mariah Carey Residency
Room cost: Prices start from $133 per night.
Book now: Cheapest rates for Caesars Palace
This award winning hotel is super difficult to miss with an actual volcano out the front erupting daily. The Mirage is home to some of the most unique attractions on the strip, including the Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat.
Address: 3400 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas Strip
- The Secret Garden of Siegfried & Roy
- Dolphin Habitat,
- The Mirage Active Volcano
- The Beatles LOVE by Cirque de Soleil
- Giant Saltwater Aquarium
- Boyz II Men
- Aces of Comedy
Room cost: Prices start from $90 per night. Image found here.
Book now: Best prices for the Mirage Hotel
This iconic hotel on the Las Vegas strip can be seen from anywhere, with it’s tall sparkly Eiffel Tower standing tall out the front. It’s one of the highlights along the strip, as well as being one of the most popular hotels for visitors.
Address: 3655 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas Strip
- Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck
- Soleil Las Vegas Pool
- Football at Paris
- Chateau Nightclub & Rooftop
- Le Cabaret Bar
Room cost: Prices start from $75 per night. Image found here.
Book now: Your stay at the Paris Las Vegas
Step off the Las Vegas and straight into Italy at the incredible Venetian Hotel. From the incredible indoor canals and gondola rides, to water-side fine Italian dining, you will feel like you have been to Italy when you stay at this iconic resort.
Address: 3355 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas Strip
- Gondola Rides through the Venetian Canals
- Australia’s Human Nature Sings Motown & More
- TAO Nightclub
- Electra Cocktail Bar
- Minus 5° Ice Experience
- The Void: Travel Beyond Reality
Room cost: Prices start from $209 per night.
This iconic hotel will have something for the whole family. With everything from late night shows for adults to an actual theme park right in the resort, it’s got everyone covered.
Address: 3790 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas Strip
- Big Apple Roller Coaster & Arcade
- Zumanity by Cirque du Soleil
- Coyote Ugly Saloon
- The Park Vegas
- New York Pizzeria
Room cost: Prices start form $67 per night. Image found here.
Sitting closest to the Welcome to Las Vegas iconic sign, Mandalay Bay has been featured in countless TV shows and movies and is a glistening gold building that you just won’t be able to miss.
Address: 3950 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas Strip
- Shark Reef Aquarium
- Michael Jackson ONE by Cirque du Soleil
- Daylight Beach Club
- Celebrity Restaurants
- House of Blues
- 11-acre Mandalay Beach and Pool Experience
- The Shoppes at Mandalay Place
Room cost: Prices start from $146 per night. Image found here.
Book now: Best deals for Mandalay Bay
It’s important to remember that in addition to the room fees charged at Las Vegas hotels, they also have a resort fee that will not be listed in the find price.
Resort fees can range from about $18 – $30 USD per night in addition to the nightly rate and are a non negotiable charge that will be applied to your room when you check in.
The hotels will claim that the resort charge can include everything from wifi charges to newspapers, towel hire, pool access and bottled water in your room, even if you don’t want these things. The inclusions and actual fee charge will differ between the different resorts and can become quite expensive if you’re staying for a while, so make sure you know how much you will be charged before you arrive.
Check out the hotel’s website you’re interested in for more information and exact rates and fees per night.
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