Gambling in Mecca Las Vegas is home to some of the best performing hotels and casinos in the world. Of these some should be considered five stars during any stay.
Only from the evil strip, the Artisan goes to more than one hotel: it is an experience. From the minute the valet asks you to come through the gothic gilded glass doors, this is Las Vegas. Surreal, quirky and completely out of the ordinary, the hotel blends in perfectly with the surroundings. Floating chandeliers, flashing candles and decay leave you feeling like you were arriving in early 20th Century Paris.
Opening in 1993, the MGM Grand is being held for the largest hotel in the world. With more than 5000 rooms, five outdoor pools, 16 restaurants, and the largest Clark County State casino with a one-glass glass enclosure within the space of the casino. The large lion, Leo, flows outside in front of the magnifying glass building.
The crème de la crème of hotel accommodation, the Bellagio is a classic five-star gem among the luxury Las Vegas luxury hotels. A wealth of timeless décor decorates over 3900 rooms making for a much more relaxing retreat once the casino has grown. The fountains beyond the hotel drag the crowd daily for daily appearances as the water flies in the air at the sound of Elton John among others.
Named after the city of Luxor in Egypt, the luxurious black pyramid facade at Luxor Hotel and Casino is one of the first hotels to greet you as you begin the drive to the Strip. Unacceptably, the scheme adds a much deeper edge to an eclectic skyline. This Las Vegas luxury hotel features a replica of the Great Sphinx in Giza. The lift is exciting as the guest rooms are located on the exterior walls of the pyramid and reached by inclines traveling along the interior of the pyramid at a 39-degree angle
The flagship hotel of the Wynn brand title, The Wynn Las Vegas has always been considered one of the most luxurious hotels in the world. Located just opposite the huge Fashion Mall in the distance, this is one of the few unspoiled hotels such as a rollercoaster or life-size Eiffel Tower to invite guests. The hotel has its own 18-hole golf course as well as a salon, casino (of course) and a large collection of the best shops in the world. Home to the evil Tryst nightclub, with waterfall and lake in between. Only in Las Vegas.