Las Vegas Hotel Guide

The Venetian

If you’re looking for a fun weekend or a quick getaway, think Las Vegas. This Nevada city has so much to see and do: spectacular shopping, awesome casinos, fabulous clubs, and great spas and salons. These three hotels offer tired tourist respite from the overwhelming wild and wonderful.

The VenetianBellagio

Travelers who love luxury will find it at the Bellagio, thanks to its spa and salon, conservatory and botanical gardens, pools and courtyards, gallery of fine arts, golf, and concierge. The hotel offers guests an outstanding Las Vegas casino experience as well with slots, poker room, table games and a chance to play or watch the World Poker Tour. It also boasts a spectacular night life. As of April, the price to stay at the Bellagio averaged $400 to $600 a night per guest.

The VenetianThe Mirage
With its breath-taking views of tropical pool and mountains, The Mirage has travelers coming back time and again for more. Guests enjoy shopping in the Mirage’s boutiques, which offer designer clothes and jewelry. There’s also a spa and salon, golf course, nude pool and atrium. Its casino is fully equipped with poker slots, high-limit lounge and table games. Guests also love to meet and greet in one of The Mirage’s many bars and lounges. The price to stay at The Mirage in April was $200 to $600 a night per guest.

The VenetianThe Venetian
After a night of partying and gambling, the Venetian is a favorite place to escape. With its gondolas, cobblestone walkway, garden, golf course and spa, it’s almost like being in another world. Guests also can spend endless hours at the Grand Canal Shoppes, or relax at one its three pools. The hotel features a spectacular casino, with giant poker room, slot games and table games, and one of Las Vegas’ most popular clubs, the Tao. Rooms ran about $300 to $500 a night per guest in April.