Suites in Las Vegas drip with decadence, and virtually every resort features over-the-top accommodations that will bring out the Gatsby in even the stodgiest of vacationers. But those who wish to wake up to some of the most spectacular scenes Sin City has to offer may not find it as easy as they hoped. Demand is high and suites fill up fast. Many get snapped up for bachelor and bachelorette parties, weddings, graduation celebrations, spring breaks, and other extended holidays.
Two Bedroom Suites
Not all Vegas hotels allow just anyone to book their two-bedroom suites. Many only offer them to "invited guests only." Rather than forcing your VIP party to settle on adjoining standard rooms, for a Lavish Vegas experience, use our list to help you find two-bedroom suites that are more likely to be available.
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Looking for a hotel deal at Bellagio or Aria for Labor Day weekend. Have ALWAYS visited in July and received great room rates ($100-$125) with $100-$250 resort credits. Will I start seeing deals for Labor Day now that th ...
We are a group 8 girls coming into Las Vegas in October for a bachelorette party. We hope to find a cheap luxury penthouse on the Las Vegas strip for around $1,000 - $1,500 a night. Is this possible? We are able to come ...
Planning best friends bachelor party for Sept 8-11 2016. Currently have 13 attending. Looking for a hotel on strip or close to it. Looking for help with hotel. Need one suite room and then probably 5-6 more standard rooms ...
Staying 4 nights in Vegas with my hubs first 3 being at trump towers. I would like somewhere on the strip with a great view, if possible. If not, we can do off of the strip with a great view of the strip as long as get ...
We are planning a wedding on the 29th of October 2016 and are looking for a large suite for a get together afterwards for about 20-30 people. Only want one bedroom, but want something large enough to handle that amount o ...
The five-star centerpiece of MGM’s City Center Las Vegas known for Haze Nightclub, Gold Lounge, Liquid Day Club, and award-winning restaurants, the Aria is all about contemporary sleekness, featuring a wide view of the Strip, state-of-the-art technology, and designs worthy of the red carpet.
One of One of Vegas’ most popular hotels since its debut more than twenty-five years ago, the Mirage features a good inventory of two-bedroom suites. Located in the center of the Strip, Mirage guests can walk to many shops, bars, restaurants, and casinos, and each evening, this Vegas icon becomes the center of attention as tourists from around the world gawk at the towering flames of its erupting volcano that can be seen and heard for blocks.
Seven grand suite styles await vacationers at one of Vegas’ most iconic hotels. Contemporary lighting, elegant sofas, Roman spas, and fully stocked bars are just a few of the features MGM considers standard for their suite guests.
Filled with rich earth tones that accent its South Seas theme, Mandalay Bay is one of the few Vegas hotels that combine modern luxury with the feeling of being thousands of miles from home. Because the hotel is one of the Strip’s most popular convention sites, anyone interested in staying in a Mandalay suite needs to book months in advance.
Even with newer Vegas hotels only blocks away, the opulent Bellagio still remains the Grand Dame of the Las Vegas Strip and is a darling of international travelers. One can hear guests cheering over poker and roulette tables in every language from Cantonese to Italian. The luxurious lakeside resort also features some of the best restaurants and lounges in North America, with chef-created cuisine so divine it’s easily the highlight of any Vegas visit.
Vdara Top Restaurants: Market Café Vdara, Social House, Lemongrass
Where other hotels team with gamblers, Vdara is one of two hotels on the entire Strip that doesn’t feature gaming. As a AAA Four Diamond hotel, Vdara offers boutique, eco-friendly accommodations other hotels only dream about: breathtaking Strip views, a two-story spa, and complimentary limo service.
With New York New York's colorful environment, convenient location, and wide array of dining and drinking options, it's clear why they named the casino after the city that never sleeps. And when it’s finally time to crash, there’s no better place than one of their one-bedroom suites.
Signature Top Restaurants: Joël Robuchon, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, Shibuya
From its balcony suites, the Signature offers unparalleled views of the Strip and simple elegance that far exceeds your average Las Vegas hotel room: whirlpool spa tubs, 300-thread-count linens, and top-end kitchen appliances in case you tire of the fine dining at MGM Grand. But perhaps most intriguing of all is its two-bedroom, three-bath suite that rivals some of the finest apartments in the country.
Want to feel like Sean Connery’s James Bond on a night in Monaco? Look no further. But stay soon, because with T-Mobile Arena soon opening, this one-time Vegas icon is about to get a massive renovation and rebranding.
A contemporary twist on an Italian Renaissance palace, the Palazzo towers over the Strip as Vegas’ tallest completed structure. Bask in the limelight as you experience the Palazzo Prestige features, which can be added on to any suite and include a private champagne soirée awaiting your arrival, complimentary afternoon teas, VIP access, a private packing/unpacking service, and the ever-classic chocolates and bed turn-downs.
Situated next to Vegas’ own rendition of the Piazza San Marco, this luxury resort is your chance to lose yourself in the gondola-laden water of Venice while never leaving Sin City. The Venetian has long lavished guests with sensual intimacy, and now, the new Venezia Tower has over a thousand suites to prove it—adding to its place with the Palazzo (just behind their sister in Macau) as the second largest hotel complex in the world.
Only two decades since its christening, Luxor’s glass pyramid has become one of Las Vegas’ most recognizable landmarks. And the hotel’s Egyptian theme seems perfectly at home in the desert, offering a piece of Vegas luxury for virtually any budget.
Palms Top Restaurants: N9NE Steakhouse, Nove Italiano, Simon Restaurant
The Palms’ used to be known for its never-ending rooftop parties, but in recent years, its become an affordable alternative to the pricier Strip hotels. With suites ranging from apartment-style studios to two-bedroom penthouses to the erotically charged fantasy suites, the Palms offers contemporary flair at yesterday’s prices, and frankly, its high-end suites may still have the best views in Vegas.
Formerly the Aladdin, Planet Hollywood is one of the Strip’s most successful remodel, rebrand campaigns. Once dingy, smoke-filled skeletons of a Vegas past have been completely gutted and redesigned and now stand out as some of the most exciting, most vivid suites in Vegas. Each room is uniquely designed with a Hollywood blockbuster in mind and is sure to make you feel like an A-list star.
From the butt of a Mel Brooks’ joke to its star-studded shows, Casear’s Palace has been famous for almost five decades, and yet, it always stays relevant. From its Michelin two-star restaurant to the cutting-edge Omnia nightclub, never a moment sneaks by when you won’t feel like a member of the glitterati. And if you stay in one of its suites, you may even begin to feel like a Roman emperor.
Paris’s suites greet guests with a brush of Bourbon luxury but without the beheadings. While its Red Rooms are great options for those looking for a more contemporary style, its Revolution and Empire-inspired Louis the XV and Napoleon suites, while pricey, provide new meaning to the overused term Vegas royalty.
After Steve Wynn created the Bellagio, MGM bought out his company, Mirage Resorts, and took control away from him. Ever since, he seems to be on a quest to prove to MGM that they should have kept him. Enter Wynn and Encore, the Vegas master’s twin brainchildren, who in many seasoned vacationers eyes are the quintessence of twenty-first-century luxury. And with options like the 3,200-square-foot Fairway Apartment, it’s hard to argue otherwise.
Sophisticated travelers looking for moderation and temperance will love the Delano, which is smoke- and gaming-free. While this may sound absurd for a resort in the heart of Sin City, many travelers love the option, and the all-suite hotel has been an international hit since the day it opened.
After a massive renovation, the Tropicana—once on the receiving end of a local joke about hookers—features some of the cleanest, most modern, most refined suites in all of Vegas. From the white plantation shutters to the hardwood floors to the potted palms, it’s easy to forget you’re hundreds of miles from a Carribean beach.