Las Vegas is known for many things, from daylife and nightlife entertainment and gambling to weddings and conventions. There are over 150,000 hotel rooms on The Strip, off-Strip, and Downtown which is why the city can accommodate over 40 million people who visit every year. Each hotel is unique and offers something different for everyone. For an unforgettable bachelorette party in Vegas, figuring out which resort has the best amenities, value, and location is key to a perfect brides last bash.
Below is Bachelorette Vegas’ comprehensive hotel guide that will give you ratings and a brief description of what each property has to offer.
Strip Casino Hotels from low-range, mid-range, expensive* and over-the-top, this hotel might “break the bank”!!**
**Aria – A 5-star luxury resort with a 150,000-square foot casino, nine restaurants, and hotel rooms that offer stunning views of the city.
*Artisan Boutique Hotel – This “adults only” 4.0-star hotel, a half-mile from The Strip, has only 64 rooms and some “funky” art décor. This hip hangout was voted as Las Vegas’ #1 Afterhours ultra-lounge featuring daily happy hour specials and open mic nights. Artisan offers a vibrant nightlife scene, a topless-optional pool, and the Barcelona Tapas Restaurant.
*Bally’s – Owned by Caesars Entertainment, Bally’s has a 4.0-star rating. A classic Las Vegas Hotel with newly renovated rooms, some with Strip views, and all with upgraded amenities. A full-service hotel with a large casino; quick bites, casual, and upscale dining options; bars and lounges; nightlife entertainment; shopping; a fitness center; and pool.
**Bellagio – You’ll be “puttin’ on the Ritz” at this 5-star luxury resort. Set behind the famous Fountains of Bellagio, this property offers first-class dining options, outdoor pools, a spa, and elegant accommodations.
**Caesars Palace – A 5-star, Roman-themed mega-resort with upscale dining, guest rooms, and first-class entertainment. Here you will find the ultimate in luxury shopping at the Caesars Forum Shops.
Circus Circus – 4.0-star property features the Adventuredome – an indoor theme park with a large roller coaster – plus circus-themed acts, and one of the best steakhouses in the city, “The Steak House.” An older hotel with 3,773 rooms, it’s a family-friendly property with generic rooms and basic necessities.
**The Cosmopolitan – This 5-star modern-chic property houses Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub, the famous Chandelier Bar, some of the best dining options in the city, an outdoor pool, and residential living spaces and suites with private balconies, some overlooking the Bellagio Fountains.
**The Cromwell Hotel & Casino – Part of the Caesars Entertainment family, The Cromwell is home to Drai’s Nightclub and Beachclub, and Giada’s Italian Restaurant. It has a 4.3 rating and first-class accommodations.
**Delano Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay – Synonymous with luxury, this all-suite retreat, with a 4.5-star rating and panoramic views of the city, is located within the Mandalay Bay complex and owned and operated by MGM Resorts International. Delano offers a beach club and bathhouse spa and is home to the famous Skyfall Lounge and Rivea by Alain Ducasse.
Excalibur Hotel & Casino– A castle-themed resort with a 4.0-star rating, Excalibur is an MGM property and home to “Thunder from Down Under,” and the medieval joust dinner show, “Tournament of Kings.” Excalibur is family-friendly with generic rooms and basic necessities.
**Encore – Recently named “The Largest Five-Star Resort In The World” by PRNewswire, Encore is the epitome of luxury and class with elegant accommodations, signature restaurants, an award-winning spa, and Encore Nightclub and Beachclub.
*Flamingo Hotel & Casino – A 4.2-star rating, Flamingo was originally owned by Mobster Bugsy Siegel and is now owned by Caesars Entertainment. The hotel boasts their Go Pool, an “Open Format” venue playing hits from all genres of music, The Wildlife Habitat where you can see exotic birds, turtles, and Pink Flamingos, and for all you parrot heads, Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville. A Las Vegas classic hotel, this newly renovated property continues to be one of the Strip’s most-visited resort destinations.
**Four Seasons – Adjacent to Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Four Seasons has a high-end hotel with a 5-star rating, known for having the most comfortable beds in the city. Four Seasons offers an award-winning steakhouse, a relaxed dining atmosphere at the Veranda where breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served, first-class amenities, and a full-service spa with luxurious services and treatments.
*Harrah’s – A 4.1-star property, operated by Caesars Entertainment, this hotel boasts the famous Ruth Chris Restaurant, a seasonal Olympic-sized pool, a full-service spa, Toby Keith’s Bar and Grill, boutique shopping, and renovated guest rooms and suites, some with Strip views.
*The LINQ – Situated in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip is a 2,640-room, 4-star casino hotel with multiple bars and eateries, an open-air shopping/dining promenade, and the High Roller, the highest Ferris wheel in the world.
*Luxor – A 4.2-star property with mid-range pricing. An Egyptian-themed hotel known for its 110 feet tall Sphinx sitting in front of the property and the 36-story tall pyramid with the iconic sky beam, the brightest light on Earth which can be seen from space.
**MGM Grand – an elegant 5-star resort that features a massive casino, tropical-inspired pools, a variety of restaurants, and home to Hakkasan Nightclub.
**Mandalay Bay – A 4.4-star luxury resort houses Daylight Beach Club, Moreau Beach Club – with European sunbathing as an option – concerts on the beach, the famous Foundation Room, plenty of bars and restaurants and nightlife entertainment like Michael Jackson ONE by Cirque du Soleil.
**The Mirage – This tropical-themed, elegant resort entertains guests with a dolphin and wild animal habitat, pools, a spa, and a variety of restaurants like the famous Carnegie Deli.
*New York-New York – A 4.4-star rating, New York-New York boasts a 150-foot replica of the Statue of Liberty, 13 restaurants, and a 3-minute thrill ride on The Big Apple Roller Coaster, the world’s first roller coaster to feature a 180-degree “heartline” twist and dive.
**Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace – Caesars Palace and Nobu Hospitality developed the world’s first Nobu Hotel - a 5-star boutique hotel with luxurious accommodations and the famous Nobu Restaurant, the largest of all Nobu’s restaurants worldwide.
**NoMad Las Vegas – The Strip’s newest hotel and casino, with a 4.4-star-rating, is located inside Park MGM. It’s stylish with swank accommodations and all the amenities you would expect.
**Park MGM – A 4-star hotel with suites and five stay well rooms designed to minimize the harsh impact travel can have on your body, providing you with better rest, fresher air, personalized lighting, a nutritious menu, and more. The hotel has dining options and a fitness center.
*Palace Station – Minutes from The Strip, this newly renovated hotel, inside and out, has a 4.2-star rating. Palace is more of a locals hangout, but there is a large tourist presence as well.
**Palazzo – Located next to the Venetian, this 4.5 star, Italian-themed hotel houses LAVO and other fine dining restaurants, entertainment, and world-class shopping.
**Paris Las Vegas – Part of Caesars Entertainment, Paris is a 4.4-star French-themed hotel with a half replica of France’s Eiffel Tower with viewing decks and breathtaking views of the city, an eclectic collection of dining options to include Mon Ami Gabi, a classic French Bistro, and the Eiffel Tower Restaurant, located on the 11th floor, with incredible views of The Strip and the Bellagio Fountains, plus a full-service casino, a pool and spa, and an indoor shopping mall.
*Planet Hollywood & Casino – A 4.4. star casino hotel operated by Caesars Entertainment has great dining and entertainment options and houses the Miracle Mile Shops boasting 1.2 miles of dining, boutiques, and unique shops.
Rio All-Suite Hotel – Minutes from The Strip, the Rio is an all-suite hotel and casino with an outdoor pool, several dining options, and a full-service spa and salon.
The Strat – A 4.1-star rating with low-end pricing, The Strat is home to extreme thrill rides, the SkyJump, the Big Shot, X Scream, and Insanity, and one of the most beautiful restaurants in Vegas – Top of the World – with breathtaking, panoramic views of the city. Small base-level rooms with all the necessities, plus some rooms with Strip views.
*Treasure Island – A 4-star rating located in the center of The Strip. Treasure Island houses the famous Gilley’s Saloon, Señor Frogs, plus several bars, lounges, fast-food, and fine dining restaurants, and Mystère by Cirque du Soleil.
*Tropicana – A 4-star property located on the “famed four corners” on The Strip. This Sin City staple is over 63 years old and has recently been remodeled. It offers a beautiful pool, a casino, bars, and dining options.
**Vdara – A 4.5-star hotel conveniently located in the heart of The Strip, within the CityCenter complex across from Aria, is an all-suite, non-gaming, smoke-free spa resort with exceptional guest amenities.
**The Venetian Resort Hotel – An exquisite 4-star, Italian-themed hotel, is located next to the Palazzo, and offers gondola rides with singing gondoliers, TAO Nightclub, “Cake Boss,” Buddy Valastro’s, Carlos Bakery, the highly-acclaimed Canyon Ranch Spa, and some of the best restaurants in the city.
**Waldorf Astoria – A 5-star resort with luxurious suites and guest rooms, some with breathtaking views of the city and The Strip, a full-service spa, and a dynamic dining scene.
**The Wynn – This 5-star resort is dripping with elegance from the luxurious quarters and personalized shopping experiences to the posh dining and celebrity-driven entertainment.
*Alexis Park – A 3.0-star, all-suite, non-gaming hotel is two miles from the airport and minutes from The Strip. Alexis Park has a spa and salon, two dining venues, a lush courtyard garden, and three outdoor pools.
*OYO Hotel and Casino Las Vegas – A 3.7-star rating, OYO is slightly off-Strip next to the Tropicana Hotel, across from the MGM Grand. It’s a small-scale hotel with 696 guest rooms and a 35,000 square-foot casino. It offers pools, 24-hour dining, and entertainment.
**Palms Casino Resort – A 4.3-star hotel just minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, Palms offers high-energy nightlife, fast food to fine dining, and the trendy Apex Social Club.
**Palms Place – Next to the Palms Casino Resort, this 4.3-star condo-style hotel offers luxury accommodations with a pool area, spa, restaurants, and bars.
*Platinum Hotel & Spa – A 4-star, all-suite hotel, with kitchens and a living room, is located one block from The Strip. The hotel has indoor and outdoor pools, a full-service spa, and stands out as a non-smoking and non-gaming property.
*Renaissance Hotel – Mid-range to expensive, this 4-star property, one block from The Strip, is a luxury boutique hotel with a pool, upscale amenities, stylish guest rooms and suites, ENVY steakhouse, and a 24/7 fitness center.
*Rio-All Suite Hotel – A 4-star Caesars Entertainment property is minutes from The Strip. Guests can relax in plush suites and villas, enjoy live shows, drink, and dine in a variety restaurants and bars. Rio has a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and VooDoo Steakhouse and rooftop nightclub.
*Sahara – A 4.2-star property just off The Strip is known as “Las Vegas,’ hottest hotel for foodies” - Forbes Travel Guide - with award-winning restaurants and bars, pools, entertainment, a fitness center, and spa.
*Trump International – No gaming at this 4-star property, but guests can enjoy the plush suites and hotel rooms, a full-service spa, a fitness facility, an outdoor pool, and a restaurant.
**Virgin Hotel (formerly Hard Rock Hotel) – Virgin already has a 5-star rating. Just minutes from The Strip, it’s slated to open in the fall of 2020, and it will include a casino, pools, bars, lounges, restaurants, and nightlife venues.
*Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino – Mid-range to expensive, Westgate is a 4.2-star modern property with fourteen dining options, including the famous Benihana Japanese Restaurant, a poolside bar, and tennis courts located a block away from The Strip.
The Westin Las Vegas Hotel & Spa – Off-Strip 4-star mid-range property with pet-friendly guest rooms and suites, a full-service spa, a restaurant, and bar.
Some people do not like staying in hotels; they prefer more privacy and the creature comforts of home. For those visitors, Las Vegas has Airbnb’s and vacation rentals. The price varies depending on the location in town, the amenities that come with it, and proximity to The Strip. But remember, you will have to budget extra for transportation – taxis, Ubers, and Lyfts; limos; or car rentals and gas, and the extra time of picking up and returning the rental.
A Final Note
Expensive is subjective. In other words, what’s expensive to some might not be to others. The nightly cost of rooms plus tax and resort fees are pricey on the Las Vegas Strip, and the rates are raised even higher depending on the time of year and if a holiday is involved but due to Covid-19, all the hotels are offering incredible deals, and most likely you can get even better rates from websites like Booking.com, Hotels.com, Hotwire Last Minute Deals.com, Kayak, etc. Now is the time to travel to Sin City while you can still take advantage of the unbelievable discounts!