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The Fanciest Hotels in Las Vegas

If you’ve decided to visit Las Vegas and you want to know which hotel is going to offer you the utmost in terms of class, style, facilities and fine dining then the first thing you need to know is to look out for hotels with the Five Diamond Award.  These hotels are sure to offer everything you are looking for, and then you need to decide on location – do you want to be on Las Vegas Boulevard, otherwise known as The Strip, or further out away from the most hectic part of the gambling centre?
On The Strip you have options including the Bellagio, Venetian, Wynn, or Four Seasons.  The Bellagio has to be my number one favourite, with the astounding fountain display and beautiful botanic gardens, which are changed throughout the year, plus an in-house casino.  The elegance and sheer class are apparent from the moment you set eyes on the hotel and this impression is never dulled throughout your stay.

The Venetian offers an impressive array of Italian art and decor, with gondolas available around the hotel, which guests can ride in.  The visual effect is stunning and you have the opportunity to gamble at your convenience within the hotel resort.  You must remember to look up when staying at, or visiting, the Venetian, as the ceilings are painted to mirror the Sistine Chapel – beautiful doesn’t begin to cover it.

The Wynn certainly offers a lot in terms of luxury and great service.  You can play golf, gamble in the casino, enjoy fine dining in one of the restaurant, enjoy some top name retail therapy, and even buy a car here!

The Four Seasons offers an amazingly fine experience in terms of dining, luxury, decor and much more, however the one thing you won’t find here is the ability to gamble, as there is no in house casino.  However, you don’t have to look far as there are plenty of other resorts close by that will offer you gambling facilities if this is what you want.  There is something to be said for staying in a resort with no gambling though, and if that isn’t part of your planned trip to Las Vegas then the Four Seasons is a great place to stay.

If you choose one of the Five Diamond Award hotels you will certainly have a great experience, but you will also need to be prepared to spend a few extra dollars, as these resorts don’t come cheap.  Sometimes you deserve the luxury though.

 

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