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There is no shortage of 5-star hotels in Las Vegas. If you’re looking to tie the knot in the destination wedding capital of the world, finding the best place to stay can get overwhelming, fast.
Having a place to start makes the decision process easier, which is why we’re breaking down the 9 most stunning 5-star hotels in Las Vegas you won’t want to miss checking out.
The famous Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas offers a little something for everyone. Furnishings in the rooms are sleek, imaginative, and elegant, and one can choose any sort of accommodation from a basic King bedroom with a Las Vegas strip view for around $150 per night to the luxurious penthouse Horizon Suite for around $450 to $500 per night. As a whole, Mandalay Bay has over 3,200 rooms so there’s plenty of space for you and all your guests.
For couples looking for a pooch-friendly getaway, or you want to incorporate a furry friend in a celebration of love, Mandalay Bay also offers dog-friendly rooms with dog sitting services available. Buddy’s Boxes can be ordered to ensure your best friend has their own little welcome package waiting for them at check-in!
The Venetian Resort Las Vegas
Quite possibly one of the most famous resorts in Las Vegas is none other than The Venetian Resort Las Vegas. Authentic Venetian gondolas transport you to Venice itself as professional singing gondoliers take you on a romantic trip around the hotel grounds either indoor or outdoor.
The Venetian features two towers to choose from with the Venetian Tower and the Palazzo Tower. The Venetian tower is dedicated to Italian opulence and places you right at the center of the hustle and bustle for those craving a bit of excitement. The Palazzo Tower was inspired by the luxury of the modern Italian renaissance and focuses more on relaxation and leisure.
The King Suite, with a plush luxury bed and sunken tea area by the window, can range in price from $130 to over $900 per night depending on the time chosen.
Encore at Wynn Las Vegas
At Wynn Las Vegas Encore Resort is perfect for couples who want to relax in style. Given the coveted 5-Star Honor by Forbes Travel Guide in 2021, the Encore Resort suites feature an impressive 745 square foot space with separate living and sleeping areas, one king or two queen pillow-top Wynn Dream Beds, views of the Las Vegas strip, oversized marble tub, terrycloth bathrobes, and a 55-inch 4K UHD television on a swiveling base.
To relax at the Encore at Wynn before or after your perfect wedding, room rates average about $399 per night.
M Resort Spa Casino
M Resort Spa Casino is the 5-star choice for sports lovers and military families. Active-duty military members, veterans, and first responders are eligible for additional MyHeroes benefits with tier upgrades, 30% off hotel rates, and shopping or dining discounts. For sports fans, the hotel is the official Team HQ Hotel for the Las Vegas Raiders.
Hotel booking packages make getting the luxury experience at M Resort easy. The M Luxury Package starting at $499 features a two-night stay in a luxury suite, a $50 discount on a spa service, a $75 dining credit at any of the hotel’s luxury dining establishments, and optional add-ons.
Caesar’s Palace Resort & Casino
An iconic legend of the Las Vegas strip, Caesar’s Palace Resort & Casino is the ideal location for couples who want to take in all the sights. The Coliseum event venue has hosted some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry, from its inaugural concert with Celine Dion in 2003 to two Elton John residencies. For those who are looking for something outside of the live concert realm, The Coliseum also hosts top-rated comedians like Jerry Seinfeld and Jeff Dunham as well as acrobatic and theatrical experiences like the current ABSINTHE.
A classic luxury suite at Caesar’s Palace is around $799, but one may opt for the particularly opulent and over-the-top elegant Presidential Suite for $40,000 per night.
Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, Curio Collection by Hilton
Sitting at the heart of the Las Vegas strip is a new destination for world-class sophistication. Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, Curio Collection by Hilton offers world-class dining, live entertainment, a bustling social scene, and no resort fees. Pet-friendly rooms make it easy to incorporate your furry best friend into your vacation or your special day, while complimentary valet parking ensures you don’t have to stress about a thing.
A Strip View King Chamber suite averages about $150 per night and offers stunning views of the Las Vegas strip to well-taken care of guests.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Nightlife lovers have met their match at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. A prohibition-era-themed Whiskey Bar called The Barbershop harkens back to the elegance of a different time. After enjoying a relaxing whiskey on a cushy leather sofa, one can simply walk to The Chelsea Tower level two to catch the otherworldly stage show OPIUM, from the creators of ABSINTHE.
Rates for a one-night stay in the Terrace One Bedroom Fountain View Suite can range from about $400 to $1,100.
ARIA Resort & Casino
The ARIA Resort & Casino is the place to go for guests who want to set their own Las Vegas experience. Whether you want things leisurely and relaxed one night, a bit of nightlife the next night, and then seeing just where the day takes you, you can make it happen at ARIA. Foodies, in particular, will be in their element with an authentic French Patisserie, steakhouses galore, and world-class fare from world-renowned chefs.
Sky suites feature either strip or mountain views and prices start at around $300.
Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa
Red Rock Casino, Resort, and Spa is all about setting a precedent for modern luxury. Set a bit outside the Las Vegas Strip, it’s perfect for those who want to get away from the immediate hustle and bustle in favor of the world-renowned beauty of Red Rock Canyon. The Sandbar Pool is a true desert oasis spread across more than 3 acres, and plenty of bars, nightclubs, and restaurants await after spending the day relaxing in the Las Vegas sun.
A Signature King Suite ranges from about $379 to $949 per night.
There’s something for everyone in Las Vegas and, once you have your luxury hotel booked, it’s time to get that destination wedding checklist ready!
McKenzi Taylor is America’s go-to elopement and micro wedding expert, often featured in small and major media outlets, such as the New York Times. With over 15 years of wedding photography experience, it was after planning her own Las Vegas elopement in 2016 that McKenzi felt her purpose shift into elopement coordination. She started Cactus Collective Weddings soon after in 2017. Since then, she’s become a WIPA board member, and has helped well over 1000 couples get hitched in style around Las Vegas, San Diego and Black Hills.