My top 3 Las Vegas hotels

Las Vegas is a place to enjoy without limitations. You’re expected to live in the lap of luxury, pretend you’re someone famous, leave all your inhibitions at home, and above all: release your inner wild child. In an ideal world I’d be back on a plane to Vegas tomorrow morning, with hundreds of thousands of dollars in the bank and my name on a couple of VIP suites. I love daydreaming about that ideal world. So here are my top 3 Las Vegas hotels to go back for…

The Bellagio

Las Vegas hotel - Bellagio Suite

Image via the Bellagio website

Probably the best-known Las Vegas hotel, The Bellagio has so much about it. The fountain display has made it onto worldwide wish lists and the intricate decor is one you’ll have to see first-hand. Since we’re in an ‘ideal world’, I’d stay in the Tower Suite, which is 1,536 sq. ft. and has a marble foyer. Yep, marble.

Complete with panoramic views of Las Vegas, the Tower Suite also has a wet bar with fridge, large living area, powder room, bathroom with whirlpool tub and separate shower, illuminated makeup mirror, 42-inch LCD with HDTV, and spa products.

MGM Grand

Las Vegas hotel - MGM Grand Suite

Image via the MGM Grand website

I’ve always wanted to say “When I stayed at the MGM Las Vegas…”. I’m aiming big now and hoping to one day namedrop the Penthouse City View Suite at the MGM Las Vegas, which is one of the plushest hotel suites I’ve ever seen. The Penthouse Suite is 1,250 sq. ft. of pure bliss, boasting a wet bar, dining area, spacious living room, whirlpool tub with separate shower, marble everywhere and robes and slippers to lounge in. The bathroom has a TV in it. I mean really, you can’t get more luxurious than that.

Wynn Resort

Las Vegas hotel - Wynn Las Vegas

Image via the Wynn website

By far the most exciting suites I’ve seen in Las Vegas yet, the Wynn Resort’s Encore Salon Suite looks fit for a naked Prince. Guests enjoy daily in-room breakfasts and a coffee service, touch-screen curtains (curtains!!), flat screen TVs, ‘his and hers’ sinks in the bathroom, and a whirlpool deep-soak tub. You can even get a relaxing massage in your private spa room. Squeal!

So there you have it – my top 3 hotels in Las Vegas. Do you have different favourites? Have a story to tell about your stay in a Las Vegas hotel? Let me know in the comments!

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