Las Vegas

Las Vegas, often dubbed “The Entertainment Capital of the World”, is an electrifying desert oasis in the heart of Nevada, USA. Renowned for its vibrant nightlife and world-class entertainment, the iconic Las Vegas Strip is a dazzling spectacle of neon lights, extravagant resorts, and themed casinos. The city’s allure extends beyond the slot machines and poker tables, with captivating live shows featuring renowned performers, Cirque du Soleil productions, and Broadway-caliber productions.

From the iconic fountains at the Bellagio to the pyramid-shaped Luxor Hotel, the cityscape is a mesmerizing blend of architectural marvels. Visitors can embark on a culinary journey with an array of celebrity chef restaurants, indulge in luxury shopping, or take a stroll through the open-air extravagance of the LINQ Promenade.

Beyond the Strip, the surrounding desert offers outdoor adventures such as hiking in Red Rock Canyon or exploring the Hoover Dam. Whether seeking high-stakes excitement, world-class entertainment, or a taste of luxury, Las Vegas promises an unforgettable escape into a realm of glitz, glamour, and boundless entertainment.

Skylofts At MGM Grand
Concealed atop the vast MGM Grand are 51 duplex penthouses, an exclusive haven unbeknownst to most of the hotel's 5,000+ guests. Prior to arrival, a dedicated team of 24/7 concierges elevates the Vegas experience by securing reservations at elusive spots like the three-Michelin-starred Restaurant Joel Robuchon. Guests are ushered into lofts ranging from 1,400 to 6,000 square feet, featuring Bang & Olufsen-equipped media rooms, steam showers, infinity-edge baths with champagne bubble jets, and even pool tables and private jacuzzi terraces in select suites. Butlers facilitate in-loft dining from any MGM venue and can fulfill late-night cravings, epitomizing the luxurious Skylofts experience. The pinnacle awaits at the Mansion Estate Dining Room, an exclusive enclave historically reserved for celebrities and elite high rollers, offering a brunch with a harpist and an unparalleled bloody mary cart that's not to be missed.
Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
Discover a new dimension of Four Seasons luxury at The Four Seasons Las Vegas, gracefully residing on floors 35 to 39 of Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. Beyond the valet entrance, this hidden gem offers an exclusive haven with restaurants, a bar, lounge, and an intimate spa. The hotel boasts one of Las Vegas's most serene pools, exclusively for Four Seasons guests. Rooms, starting at 500 square feet, showcase floor-to-ceiling windows framing views of the Strip or the Allegiant Stadium. The Art Deco-inspired design, featuring lacquer furniture and silver leaf accents, creates an ambiance of ultimate escape. Join city power brokers, Hollywood elite, and sports agents indulging in breakfast at Veranda's tranquil poolside patio.
Wynn Las Vegas
Wynn, an opulent haven that transcends the typical resort casino experience, redefined Vegas luxury in 2005. Its lavish features include sun-dappled atrium gardens, floral mosaic floors, private lakes, waterfalls, and the Strip's sole golf course by Tom Fazio. Devoted fans now say they're heading to Wynn, not just Vegas. The resort constantly elevates its allure, recently investing $200 million in a 2022 renovation. The 1940s masculine aesthetic pervades the nearly 2,700 Wynn guest rooms, enhanced by custom-designed furniture, wood accent walls, and Cubist-inspired artworks. Dining at Delilah, a mid-century supper club, is a coveted experience, offering wagyu beef Wellington and Alaskan king crab in a Havana-inspired ambiance. New cocktail venues like Overlook Lounge, Bar Parasol, and Aft Cocktail Deck add to Wynn's allure, providing an unforgettable experience overlooking the Lake of Dreams.
Encore at Wynn Las Vegas
Encore, Wynn Las Vegas's distinguished sibling, boasts an exceptional identity. Its sumptuous lodgings cater to aficionados of luxury, featuring a pool adorned with opulent cabanas and rooms with panoramic views through floor-to-ceiling windows. What truly sets Encore apart is its unrivaled nightclub scene, hosting renowned DJs like The Chainsmokers, Calvin Harris, and Diplo at the XS Nightclub. The pulsating beats continue at Encore Beach Club, creating an energetic atmosphere that extends from afternoon to late-night. The Spa at Encore elevates relaxation with indulgent offerings like the Polynesian-inspired Nalu Body Ritual and the intimate Encore Escape for couples. For a sophisticated dining experience, Sinatra, an Italian restaurant paying homage to the iconic crooner, offers an upscale culinary journey. Additional culinary delights await at the pan-Asian Wazuzu and the laid-back Jardin, serving farm-fresh dishes in a delightful conservatory ambiance.
Circa Resort & Casino
Circa Resort and Casino, a sensational addition to Las Vegas, unveils an adults-only haven on Fremont Street, a rarity alongside The Cromwell. The 60th-floor Legacy Club astounds with unparalleled Vegas Valley views—choose a fireside spot or marvel at the 500 gold bars, their value displayed on an overhead ticker. Circa boasts Nevada’s lengthiest bar and the world's largest sportsbook with a 1,000-seat amphitheater, accompanied by Stadium Swim—a colossal pool zone facing a 40-foot HDTV screen dedicated to sports. Owner Derek Stevens, a Michigan-born sports enthusiast, not only caters to the exuberant sports-betting crowd but also pays homage to Downtown’s heyday with nostalgic nods like the iconic Vegas Vickie neon cowgirl.
The Palazzo at The Venetian
The Venetian, a grandiose homage to Venice, boasts over 7,000 rooms and 17 million square feet, ranking as the world's second-largest hotel. With a replica of St. Mark’s Square, a canal system, and serenading gondoliers, the Venetian immerses guests in a delightfully gaudy, Venetian-inspired world. Its Grand Canal Shoppes feature a spectrum of experiences, from a budget-friendly food court to the acclaimed Mott 32, a top Chinese restaurant. Thomas Keller’s Bouchon, nestled on the 10th floor of the Venezia Tower, offers dreamy French bistro breakfasts, enhancing the Venetian's appeal as one of the best hotels for both families and adults.
NoMad Las Vegas
Witness the rebirth of the Monte Carlo as the chic Park MGM, featuring the unexpected allure of NoMad Las Vegas, curated by French design maestro Jacques Garcia (known for La Mamounia in Marrakesh and Hotel Costes in Paris). Enter through the dedicated NoMad portal, adorned with a discreet red awning. NoMad boasts its casino under the original Tiffany glass ceiling of the Monte Carlo, offering high-stakes table games. The 239 guest rooms, nestled atop Park MGM, create an ideal romantic retreat with a sultry palette and freestanding tubs. The NoMad Library restaurant, with its monumental book-lined walls, and the lavish NoMad Bar provide cinematic experiences, perfect for brunch people-watching.
Since its grand debut in 1998, Bellagio Resort set a new standard, eclipsing rivals with its Lake Como allure and surpassing all in construction costs. A quarter-century later, Bellagio remains an iconic marvel. Its Conservatory and Botanical Garden, a canvas of animatronic wonders and floral extravagance, captivates even the most seasoned locals. The legendary Bellagio Fountains, reaching 460 feet with 1200 water cannons, still mesmerize. Culinary excellence awaits at lakeside Le Cirque, where truffles are masterfully shaved, and Wolfgang Puck’s relocated Spago. Recent renovations infused guest rooms with a watery elegance—backlit mirrors, marble showers, and serene blue hues echo the resort’s enduring charm.
Aria Resort & Casino
Aria's glass and steel towers, part of the colossal CityCenter complex since 2009, introduced a new era of modernity to Vegas resorts. The luminous lobby contrasts with the typical dark casino rooms, setting the tone for the sanctuary-like guest rooms equipped with high-tech features like one-touch controls. Aria elevates luxury with seven Sky Villas and over 400 Sky Suites, boasting private entrances, personal concierges, and exclusive amenities. Desert-inspired Sky Suites offer unique turndown gifts, and Sky Villa butlers present personalized touches like a cigar cart or fresh-baked bread. Aria's prime location allows easy access to T-Mobile Arena, the Shops at Crystals, and CityCenter, while its exceptional dining includes renowned venues like Jean Georges Steakhouse, Din Tai Fung, and the Drake-favored Carbone outpost from New York.
Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas
Arriving at the Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas is a departure into refined tranquility, as the private motor court sets the tone. The 23rd-floor sky lobby unveils breathtaking panoramic views of the Strip through 17-foot floor-to-ceiling windows, offering an escape from the typical Vegas bustle. The non-gaming, non-smoking property radiates serenity, attracting couples with intimate experiences like coveted high tea, Sky Bar mixology sessions, or private cabanas by the pools. Dedicated to wellness, the 7th and 8th floors host a two-story spa, featuring private Hammams, duet massages, and red-light therapy. Newly renovated rooms blend art deco with California mod, providing deep soaking tubs and sweeping vistas of the Strip and surrounding mountains.