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Las Vegas is always a popular destination for bachelor and bachelorette parties that involve big groups of friends. But Vegas is also a fun place to visit for couples who are looking for excitement, romance, and fun times together. Many of the hotels here have upscale rooms and décor, luxurious spas, and fun packages that make any couple’s trip more special. Here are some of the best hotels in Las Vegas for couples and romance.
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Vegas’ Waldorf Astoria hotel exudes luxury and is a sleek and sophisticated place for couples to stay while on a trip together. The guest rooms here are elegant, and some rooms have bathtubs for two. There isn’t a casino at this hotel, so it’s a good option for couples who aren’t into gambling but want to enjoy other aspects of Vegas. The spa offers everything from yoga to Pilates, foot treatments, and salon services. Hotel packages include full daily breakfast and complimentary nights of stay.
The Aria has deluxe rooms, tower suites, and sky suites that couples love. The sky suites are the most luxurious option as every room has a corner view, the rooms are up to 7,000 square feet in size, and guests get exclusive sky pool access. The JEWEL Nightclub is onsite, guests get preferred tee times to Shadow Creek Golf Course, and a daily facility pass to the spa includes use of the heated stone beds and shio salt room. Special offers are available that include tickets to a Cirque du Soleil show and that include extra amenities like breakfast and airport transfers.
The Cosmopolitan is a trendy hotel that’s great for couples looking for a modern experience in Vegas. The rooms have modern décor and high-tech touches, there’s a great spa onsite, and the day club here is perfect for pool party fun. Young couples really love this hotel because of the music, terrace views of the strip, large showers, and trendy nightclub/day club. Weddings are also popular at the Cosmopolitan, and the hotel has wedding experts to help you plan your special day together.
This is a huge resort with luxury rooms, a lovely pool, and lots of fine dining options. This is a great pick for couples who want to be in the middle of everything exciting going on and are willing to splurge for a little luxury. There’s a casino here, cabanas for rent, and nightclubs to keep couples entertained. Experiences here that couples enjoy include Le Rêve – The Dream performances, winemaker dinners, dumpling making classes, comedy shows, and cooking classes with master chefs.
Couples who don’t want to plan much for their vacation will love staying at the Mirage because there’s so much to do here that you barely need to ever leave the hotel. Catch a Cirque du Soleil show, sip cocktails at the pool, indulge in couples’ treatments at the spa, and see the Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat. The one-bedroom lanai here offers privacy with its own pool and in-room spa services. Meanwhile, the honeymoon suite at the Mirage has a parlor, marble foyer with wet bar, whirlpool jet bathtub, and plush robes and slippers for couples to use.
The Palazzo is also an excellent option for couples because of the oversized guest rooms and great location. This is a preferred hotel for foodies because of the excellent restaurants on site, and the onsite spa is classy and beautiful. The Palazzo is a more laid-back version of its sister hotel, the Venetian. Cuisines offered at the restaurants here include seafood, steak, Asian, French, Italian, and Latin foods.
We also love Caesars Palace for a couple’s vacation to Las Vegas because of the excellent spa equipped with Roman baths, steam baths, Vichy showers, and lots of treatment options. This hotel’s décor celebrates the Roman Empire’s architecture and is a fun place to spend your time in the city. Couples enjoy browsing the Forum Shops, visiting the casino, and watching famous headliners take the stage with concerts and comedy shows. Couples also enjoy the Nobu Hotel, which is inside Caesar’s Palace and offers more of a Zen-like experience in this busy hotel.
Everyone knows the famous fountains in front of the Bellagio, but there’s much more magic inside for romantic couples. The Bellagio is often considered to be the epitome of luxury, thanks to its sculptures, pools, and courtyards. There’s a spa and fitness center onsite, an excellent buffet, and indoor botanical gardens here too. Big spenders love coming here to experience art and upscale eateries.
It doesn’t get much more romantic than Paris, and you can experience the love of Paris without ever leaving Nevada. The Paris hotel is centrally located on the Strip and is decorated with French-inspired furniture and fabrics. Couples will see replicas of famous French landmarks while staying here and also lovely views of the city from the 46th floor. Meanwhile, the Eiffel Tower Restaurant onsite has incredible views and a very romantic vibe as well.
The Venetian is the sister resort to the Palazzo and another favorite spot among couples. The atmosphere is upscale, the rooms are spacious, and the gondola rides are a must-do for any couple’s first time to Vegas. The suites here have jetted tubs and bars, and there are some delicious food options here to enjoy a romantic meal. The Tao Nightclub is also a trendy hotspot for couples to check out after dark.
The Palms Casino Resort was recently renovated and just a short drive from the Strip. There are three distinctive towers here filled with imaginative suites, serene vibes, and hip scenes. There are some great food options here if you and your partner enjoy steak and buffets too. The Apex Social Club is a top nightlife scene here to check out, and the Palms’ spa has a Hamman designed for couples to enjoy together.