There Are Plenty Of Las Vegas Suite Hotels

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Aria Sky Suite

Las Vegas has hotel rooms to for every mood and every budget ranging from regular rooms to the most lavish suites. There’s a suite in every Las Vegas casino-resort whether you’re looking for a room for a large group, party, family, or special occasion. If you’ve gotten used to the suite life, there are even hotels that exclusively offer suites.

Rio might be the most famous all-suite hotel in Las Vegas but it’s not the only one. The most popular all-suite resorts on the Vegas Strip might be the combination of The Venetian and The Palazzo. The former finished renovations just a couple of years ago.

The majority of these suites are larger rooms with separate areas for living and sleeping. The bathrooms alone are almost the size of some older hotel rooms. The first time I stayed at The Palazzo I was in awe that there was a master light switch to turn on every light in the room. There are just that many lights!

Encore at Wynn Las Vegas is also an all-suite resort. Again, these are larger rooms that were renovated just a couple of years ago. The suites are beautiful, comfortable and among the nicest and largest basic rooms that you’ll find on the Las Vegas Strip. Of course, your suite should have an Amazon Echo to help you find anything you need.

Delano at Mandalay Bay is probably the most affordable all-suites hotel on the Vegas Strip. The rooms were renovated when The Hotel became Delano back in 2013. Staying at Delano gives you access to Mandalay Bay without the chaos that comes with staying at the massive property. Like Encore, there’s a separate entrance and the hotel has its own pool, restaurants, and bars. It’s a great escape while being attached to a property that could probably sustain life for months.

Aria Sky Suites are similar to Delano as it’s a hotel within a hotel. The Aria Sky Suites are considered a separate property at the casino-resort and among the few AAA Five Diamond and Forbes Five Star Award-winning properties in Las Vegas. These rooms are beautiful but don’t come cheap.

The three towers of The Signature at MGM Grand, Vdara (at Aria), and Palms Place were all conceived as condominium-hotels. Today the rooms are mostly used as hotels that are part of larger projects.

The Signature is considered part of MGM Grand even though the rooms are about a 15-minute walk from the casino floor. Vdara is a separate building that’s part of City Center with Aria as the closest casino. It’s a quick walk to reach that casino to access their amenities. Palms Place is part of the same complex as the casino but is about a 5-minute walk to a separate building.

Elara was initially built to be condos at Planet Hollywood but today they’re a separate hotel entirely. Elara Suites is a Hilton Grand Vacations property. The hotel isn’t part of the Total Rewards players club that Planet Hollywood belongs too. You’ll have to book these affordable suites through Hilton.

El Cortez Cabana Suites are considered suites but are more like Vegas Strip-sized hotel rooms. They’re beautiful rooms but the size should be noted. You probably won’t fit a large crew in Las Vegas for a bachelor party in these rooms.

Tuscany Suites is home to one of my favorite casino beer bars, Pub 365. It’s about a 5-minute walk east of Bally’s. There are also some non-casino all-suite hotels in Las Vegas including Jockey Club and Polo Towers on the Vegas Strip.

Las Vegas Suites are a great option if you’re looking for a different hotel experience or just need more space. Almost every hotel and resort in Las Vegas offers suites. However, there are plenty of all-suite hotel options attached to casinos that you might not have been aware of. These are great options for bachelor/bachelorette parties, March Madness, and any group Vegas vacation.