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The 3,041 room Cosmopolitan hotel has quickly established itself as one of the trendiest spots on The Strip, displaying contemporary designs and introducing innovative touches such as check-in by iPad. The guest rooms are large and comfortable, featuring modern, open bathrooms with a luxurious rain shower. 14 restaurants will ensure you never go hungry, choices including a paella grill bar, all-day breakfast bistro, Mediterranean seafood, Italian, Chinese and Mexican.
Of an evening, relax in one of five bars, call into the Casino or hit the Cosmopolitan’s nightspots, which include ‘Rose. Rabbit. Lie’ supper club and the rooftop ‘Marquee Nightclub’, which also hosts a seasonal ‘Dayclub’. Cool off with a dip into any of the three pools and for a unique spa experience, visit desert-inspired ‘Sahra’.
Located 2 miles off The Strip, the Hard Rock Hotel is a mix of chic restaurants, trendy nightclubs, casino bars and lounges, and a huge collection of rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia to greet you. 1503 rooms all carry portraits of legendary rock ‘n’ roll stars and are spread amongst 3 buildings. The Paradise and Casino Towers comprise bedrooms featuring marble flooring, large bathrooms and fully-stocked mini-bar, whilst the HRH Tower is mainly larger suites, with sitting and sleeping areas and a ‘Tea for Two’ bathtub. 8 restaurants range from Japanese to Mexican, and include ‘Lucky’s’ 24-hour diner. The 5-acre water playground area is the setting for the liveliest beach party in Vegas, and is extremely popular with the young and hip whilst at night, headline performers take the stage at the rock venue, ‘Vinyl’.
The Wynn is considered one of the most pre-eminent of luxury hotels in Las Vegas, its opulence noticeable the moment you walk into the lobby or first catch sight of the magnificent lake and its 40-foot waterfall. The 2,716 guest rooms exude style and afford a panoramic view of the Las Vegas city skyline. ‘Foodies’ will delight in the nine fine dining restaurants matched by nine casual eateries, and when it’s time for that drink, seven bars will give you some decisions to make. The slot machines and gaming tables of Wynn’s casino may be hard to resist, although you may be equally drawn to ‘Intrigue’ nightclub or the award-winning ‘Le Reve’ show, staged in an aqua-theatre. During the day, an 18-hole golf course, private lagoon, exclusive shopping promenade and tranquil spa will fill your hours.
Whilst others have tried to usurp its excesses, Caesars Palace remains a world-class resort hotel, its Roman baths, elaborate mosaics and classical architecture around the pools still able to draw the breath away. The 3,980 guest rooms and suites are located in 6 towers, giving guests a wide range of accommodation, from the classic rooms which have been there since Caesars opened in 1966 to the larger bedrooms and suites in the brand new Julius Tower.
The 85-acre resort is home to an incredible 25 eating venues, from the award-winning ‘Bacchanal Buffet’ to restaurants by celebrity chefs such as Gordon Ramsay and Guy Savoy. Other features include the luxurious Qua Baths and Spa, the five-acre ‘Garden of the Gods’ pool oasis, a multi-level nightclub and the 4,300-seat ‘Colosseum’, whose stage has been graced by countless legendary performers.
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