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Vegas isn’t just known for its nightlife, gambling, and over-the-top buffets. It’s also a place where luxury resorts are destinations in and of themselves, with unforgettable views to match. Here are the top hotels with the best views in Las Vegas.


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Waldorf Astoria Tub in the room at Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas
Tub in the room at Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas

Waldorf Astoria

Waldorf Astoria in Las Vegas is a top pick for places to stay if you want to look out at the bright lights and big excitement. Not only do many of the rooms offer excellent views of the area, but the Skybar here is an ideal lounge to sip cocktails in and take in the skyline. From here, you can see south on the Strip towards the New York New York hotel or north on the strip towards Planet Hollywood.

The Palms Palms Casino Resort
Palms Casino Resort

The Palms

Luxury for the ultimate in luxury in Las Vegas? The Palms Casino Resort & Spa has an event space called The View that is perfect for soaking up the scenery and being inspired by breathtaking panoramas. There three towers to stay in at the Palms and lots of guest rooms and suite options to choose from. If the view is important to you, consider booking a Sky Suite or a one-story villa. Theme rooms are also available here, such as the Cinema Suite, Hardwood Suite, Make Good Choice Suite, and Kingpin Suite. This is also where the Pearl Theater is located, numerous fine dining and casual eateries, and the spa-inspired 50,000-square-foot pool that feels like a personal retreat.

Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas Room with a view at Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
Room with a view at Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas

Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas

Book a room at the Four Seasons in Las Vegas and you’ll get views of the Vegas Strip, the desert, and the mountains. Contact the hotel if you’d rather look out into the beautiful wilderness or down onto the exciting nightlife scene during your stay in Vegas. The Four Seasons offers a private outdoor pool, soothing spa, award-winning steakhouse, and some of the best service you’ll find anywhere in the city. This is a non-gaming oasis on the Strip but adjacent to the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. The Presidential Strip-View Suite here, for example, offers wraparound floor-to-ceiling windows for awesome panoramic views alongside art deco-style décor and sleek furniture.

ARIA Resort & Casino Fireworks above  ARIA Resort & Casino
Fireworks above ARIA Resort & Casino

ARIA Resort & Casino

The ARIA has amazing views of Las Vegas as well and is right in the middle of everywhere you want to be, offering easy access to the city’s top attractions. This is a romantic hotel choice that has everything you’d want from a Vegas resort – restaurants, bars, pools, video game arcade, spa, nightclub, and top-notch casino. The rooms here are large and brightly lit, with glass windows that extend from the floor to the ceiling. This is perfect for taking in the view while you relax and take a break from all of the excitement going on down below. You can see the Vegas Strip and the nearby mountains from the ARIA while treating yourself to a truly special trip.

Wynn Las Vegas Wynn Las Vegas
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Wynn Las Vegas

Wynn Las Vegas

From the Wynn Las Vegas, you can see views of the Vegas Strip, the mountains, and a golf course. These views are dramatic and the perfect complement to the luxurious furnishings you’ll find inside. The rooms are large and well worth the splurge of choosing a suite on one of the higher floors if you love stunning views. Great views can be taken in from the Wynn Tower Suites and other room options, top performers take the stage at the Wynn, and the XS Nightclub is one of the hottest places to party in town.

Paris Las Vegas

Paris Las Vegas

Views don’t get much more romantic than the Eiffel Tower, and you can experience this view for yourself without traveling all the way to France. The Paris Las Vegas is a top hotel to stay at, and it has an observation tower that provides lovely views of the city skyline. From here, you can expect to take in 360-degree views of Vegas while up about 460 feet in the air. Also, make sure to enjoy a meal at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas for lovely views with delicious food and drinks.

Bellagio Bellagio
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We also love the epic views from the Bellagio because from here, you can see the Strip, the mountains, and the iconic Bellagio Fountains. The Bellagio offers an upscale place to stay in Vegas where extravagance and luxury are in no short supply. The rooms here offer lovely views of the region in a central location where you can be in the middle of all the action. There’s a great spa here, as well as some of the best restaurants in Vegas, botanical gardens, and pools. The Hyde Bellagio is arguably the best place to watch the fountain show, and this nightclub offers live performances and a great rotation of DJs.

Cosmopolitan The Cosmopolitan
The Cosmopolitan


The Cosmopolitan is a great hotel to book a room at in Vegas for many reasons, including its great views. You’ll love the views from the Cosmopolitan’s Boulevard Pool, which is also an event venue and popular hang out spot. The pool is at the same level as the other hotels that surround the Cosmopolitan so you can see all the sights without ever having to leave the water. Another great viewpoint here is from your very own Wraparound Terrace Suite at the Cosmopolitan.

Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino The Palazzo Las Vegas
The Palazzo Las Vegas

Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino

The Palazzo also offers excellent views of the Vegas Strip and the mountains and is a top choice for travelers looking for a great city scene. Inside the resort, you’ll find multiple pools, restaurants, bars, a nightclub, and lots of boutique shops to check out. There’s a wonderful spa at the Palazzo, romantic touches you’ll love, and a laid-back vibe that you’ll appreciate after late nights out on the Strip.

MGM Grand MGM Grand Hotel
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MGM Grand Hotel

MGM Grand

You can also get a great room with a view at the MGM Grand hotel, especially if you choose the Grand King Strip View, Grand Queen Strip View, or City Suite. These spacious rooms offer special perks, such as Roman spa tubs, private sitting areas, dining areas, and glass-to business desks. This is a premier hotel to choose if you’re looking for onsite entertainment because there are so many concerts and shows that take place here. The extensive list of onsite restaurants includes Tom Colicchio’s Craftsteak, Morimoto Las Vegas, and China Tang, while hot nightlife options are Level Up, Whiskey Down, and the Losers Bar.

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