Las Vegas Hotel Guide

Las Vegas is known as the gambling capital. It welcomes numerous visitors from all over the world every day, so there are hundreds of hotels of all sizes in Las Vegas. The famous Las Vegas Strip is home to luxurious hotels, each more magnificent than the last. Each hotel, whether in terms of its exterior or interior decor, has its own unique features. Choosing a good hotel is important because in Las Vegas, hotels are not only for sleeping; you can engage in various entertainment activities such as gambling, shopping, watching shows, and dining inside the hotels. Although preferences and needs vary from person to person, here are my reviews of some five-star hotels I have stayed in, hoping to provide everyone with a reference~

ARIA Resort & Casino

Aria is a five-star hotel with a total of 4,004 rooms. The decoration is very modern. The rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows. It is worth noting that the food in the room is all paid for. There is a small scale under the food, so if the food is taken away for more than 60 seconds, it will automatically be charged. The first floor lobby has a casino and cafe. The minimum bet at this casino seems to be slightly higher than other places. On the second floor, there is a buffet and the ZARKANA show from Cirque du Soleil.

Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas

Mandarin Oriental, also known as The Mandarin Oriental, is a five-star hotel. It seems to originate from Hong Kong, so it has a lot of Asian flavor. The hotel staff wears traditional Chinese clothing. This hotel does not have a casino, and the atmosphere is very calm when entering the hotel. There is a place to have afternoon tea on the 23rd floor lobby, which offers a wonderful view of the outside scenery! There are no shopping stores inside the hotel, but it takes about 5 minutes to walk to Crystals which is very convenient. Mandarin Oriental is usually quite expensive, costing around $400 USD per night. It's even more expensive during holidays. We stayed for two days during a special discount period, and the post-tax price was about $300 USD per night.

Vidala Hotel

Vdara is also a non-gambling hotel, and a smoke-free hotel, so it may not be suitable for friends who like to smoke. The hotel feels very new, clean and modern. Perhaps because there are not so many entertainment activities, the lobby appears relatively quiet. The hotel's spa seems good, but we didn't have time to enjoy it. We stayed in a regular room for just over $150 a night including taxes during the discount period. The highlight of the room is that one entire wall is a window, allowing for a view of the outside scenery. The room has a small dining table, kitchen, and living room. The kitchen has an induction stove and a microwave.
This is my favorite hotel. When I saw the room decor on Expedia, I couldn't resist it. It's exactly the style of decoration that I love. The room is predominantly white and blue, and feels much more refreshing and less commercial than other hotels like Oriental Mandarin and Aria. We even got upgraded when we checked in, and the room was very spacious, with the bathtub in the bathroom connected to the floor-to-ceiling windows with a view of the outside night scene! It's also worth mentioning that the columns in the hotel lobby are surrounded by LED LCD screens, which look very cool. There is also a casino inside the hotel, and you can go shopping at Crystals next to the hotel.
Wynn Las Vegas is a luxury resort and casino located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, in the United States. The resort was constructed at a cost of approximately $2.7 billion and is named after casino developer Steve Wynn, while also serving as the flagship property of the Wynn Resorts. The 87-hectare resort is located to the northeast of the intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard and Sands Avenue, directly opposite the Fashion Show Mall.
The Bellagio, which cost $1.8 billion, was built based on the village of Bellagio near Como lake in northern Italy. There are thousands of water jets in front of the building, and the fountains move to the music, with water columns reaching up to 250 feet high. The show is quite spectacular and happens every half hour. The music fountain is one of the most famous outdoor shows in Las Vegas, attracting many tourists every day.