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Best 5-star hotels in Vegas

Most popular areas in Las Vegas for 5-star hotels

If you’re coming to Sin City to go all out, the Strip really is the place to be. That’s especially true if you’re after 5-star hotels, because almost all of them can be found along this starburst of a boulevard, standing proudly alongside each other. Everything’s done to excess here, so expect to find 5-star accommodation that will transport you through different time periods and across continents. If you’re after slightly more subtle 5-star hotels, a few can be found away from the Strip, to the west of the city.

Top 5-star hotels in Las Vegas

The Bellagio has an almost mythic status among Vegas hotels. Its regal guestrooms are enough to make anyone feel like an A-lister, and then there’s the lavish cocktail bar designed by the visionary Phillippe Starck. No less jaw-dropping is the Venetian Resort Hotel & Casino, with its golden-hued suites, celebrity-packed live shows and gondola rides along its own indoor version of Venice’s Grand Canal. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas boasts sleek, contemporary guestrooms, some with marble-floored bathrooms and views of the Strip, along with chic bars to enjoy decadent drinks by master mixologists.

Where to find the best restaurants in Las Vegas

The Strip isn’t just about high stakes casino gaming and plush accommodation. It’s also a gourmet’s paradise, studded with stylish restaurants overseen by some of the world’s best known celebrity chefs. Everything from classic French bistro dishes to re-invented Italian cuisine can be discovered here. Downtown Las Vegas is another culinary hotspot. This area has really upped its game in recent years, with hip restaurants offering baked ricotta starters, freshly made crab cakes, and dry-aged steaks served up with ice-cold dry martinis.

The most popular things to do in Las Vegas

You can’t come to Vegas and not take in a live show. From legendary pop stars to mind-muddling magicians to hedonistic circus acts, there are superlative performers playing every night, so book in advance for an evening to remember. Come daybreak, head to the Mob Museum for interactive exhibits on Sin City’s past, when wily gangsters ruled the roost and battled with G-Men. Another landmark which looks back to the days of old Vegas is the Neon Museum, which has collected gloriously gaudy icons and emblems from across the decades. It’s a kitsch wonderland of nostalgia and faded glamor. If the dazzle of Vegas starts to hit you hard, take a break from it all with a hike across the alien-like landscape of Red Rock Canyon, where you’ll spy prehistoric fossils amid the sun-scorched rocks.

Best ways to get around Las Vegas

The Las Vegas Monorail offers a speedy way to get between some of the major landmarks on the Strip. This slick, streamlined service is a good alternative to trudging through the crowds on street level. One of the most popular ways to get around is to hop on the Deuce – that’s the double-decker bus service which winds its way across the Strip, right over to the downtown area. Taxis also make for a great way to see the wider area around the congested center.

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