With so many great hotels on and off the Strip, there are options to suit every couple.
Below are ten Las Vegas hotels that have a ton to offer couples, no matter what kind of Vegas vacation you are hoping to have!
Top 10 Vegas Hotels for Couples
The Mandalay Bay offers so much of what is great about Las Vegas.
You can start by visiting the Shark Reef Aquarium with more than 2,000 animals, including sharks, giant rays, endangered green sea turtles, piranha and a Komodo dragon.
Or spend the day in the water yourself at the eleven-acre Mandalay Bay Beach, which includes a wave pool, Lazy River, lagoon, the Beach Bar and Grill and more.
Take in a performance of Michael Jackson ONE by Cirque du Soleil or catch a concert at the Mandalay Bay Events Center, the House of Blues Music Hall, or enjoy music poolside at the hotel’s Concerts on the Beach series.
Every Sunday you can experience the Gospel Brunch at the House of Blues, which features local talent performing both traditional and contemporary Gospel songs and an all-you-can-eat-buffet.
Mandalay Bay offers a number of dining options from world-renowned chefs, such as Alain Ducasse’s Rivea, Shawn McClain’s Libertine Social, Michael Mina’s Stripsteak and Wolfgang Puck’s Lupo.
The hotel has a number of choices for a great night out including the cutting edge LIGHT Nightclub and Skyfall Lounge at the Delano, with its dramatic views, hip resident DJs and artisan cocktails.
Modeled after the municipality of Bellagio on Lake Como in Italy, the Bellagio Hotel and Casino is unquestionably one of the most elegant hotels on the Las Vegas Strip.
The hotel’s exterior is fronted by an eight-acre lake, which houses the Fountains of Bellagio, a water fountain that produces synchronized shows set to music several times every day.
Inside the lobby, you will find the sculpture Fiori di Como covering 2000 square feet of the lobby ceiling. Created by noted glass sculptor Dale Chihuly, Fiori di Como is comprised of over 2,000 hand-blown glass flowers.
The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art displays artwork on loan from various museums and private collections from around the world.
Visit the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden where you can stroll hand-in-hand through 14,000 square feet of breathtaking flowers, plants and trees. The displays change with the seasons, with a special display added for the Chinese New Year.
Bellagio offers some of the best fine dining on the Strip. Restaurants at the hotel include the two Michelin star Picasso and one Michelin star restaurants Le Cirque and Michael Mina.
Also included in the many restaurants at the Bellagio is Spago, Wolfgang Puck’s legendary flagship fine dining establishment.
If high-end retail therapy is what you crave instead, Bellagio has that too. Shops include Chanel, Dior, Fendi, Gucci, Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Omega, Prada, Tiffany & Co. and many other designer brands.
Cap off your night with a performance of “O” by Cirque du Soleil. This stunning aquatic show includes synchronized swimmers, divers, acrobats and other performers on, in or above the water.
The performance takes place in the “O” Theatre, which is stylistically reminiscent of a European opera house.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas offers an interesting, eclectic mix of upscale and offbeat.
The hotel’s rooms are designed to feel like a luxury, modern home away from home, with features such as private balcony rooms, Japanese soaking tub, telescoping doors that separate the bedroom from the living room and bathroom, views of the Fountains of Bellagio and more.
If there is a theme to the Cosmopolitan, it could probably best be summed up by the word decadence. At this hotel, it is all about indulging. This includes indulging in art through the hotel’s extensive art installations and immersive experiences.
Contemporary art, digital art and even several Art-O-Mat vending machines can be found throughout the Cosmopolitan.
Just inside the hotel lobby is Vesper, a cocktail lounge and bar with splashy mirrored tiles, a huge wooden vintage liquor cabinet and ultra-modern furniture that combine to give off a contemporary but classic feel.
The restaurant Rose.Rabbit.Lie is a supper club that serves items such as caviar tacos and beef wellington, along with custom-created cocktails, against a backdrop of live music and performers that may include acrobats and contortionists.
For late night munchies, Cosmopolitan’s Secret Pizza is just about the worst kept secret in Las Vegas. Secret Pizza offers good pizza, salads, beer and wine from an unmarked location tucked away on the hotel’s third floor.
The Cosmopolitan’s Pool District includes the Boulevard Pool, which offers unobstructed views of the Strip and city. Its combination of upbeat music and closely spaced lounge chairs and daybeds creates the perfect environment for those who want to mix and mingle.
You can even enjoy Dive-in Movies at the Boulevard Pool every Monday during the summer.
For a more laid back experience, visit the Chelsea Pool, with its desert landscaping and retreat-inspired vibe.
The French-themed Paris Las Vegas features a half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower, a sign in the shape of the Montgolfier balloon and a two-thirds size replica of the Arc de Triomphe.
With its cobblestone walkways and sky blue, cloud-filled ceilings, the interior of Paris Las Vegas makes you feel as though you are walking down authentic Parisian streets lined with quaint shops and cafes.
Dine in any one of the hotel’s fifteen restaurants, which include the super romantic, upscale Eiffel Tower Restaurant and the casual Beer Park, which is consistently named one of Vegas’s best rooftop bars.
Take in the amazing Strip views from the Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck or spend the day in a poolside villa or cabana at the Soleil Las Vegas Pool.
You can even choose from one of three packages for a poolside picnic basket where the two of you can snack and sip at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.
If you really want to party on the Strip, stop by Chateau Nightclub with its rooftop dance floor and amazing views from its Strip-side terrace.
For a night out with that Old World feel, visit Napoleon’s Lounge which offers live entertainment including dueling pianos, live music and stand-up comedy, along with Champagne and cigar selections.
The Venetian offers the experience of Italy without the long flight.
The hotel is decorated with hand-painted frescos and features replicas of various Venetian landmarks, including the Palazzo Ducale, Piazza San Marco, Piazzetta di San Marco, the Lion of Venice Column and the Column of Saint Theodore, St Mark’s Campanile, and the Rialto Bridge.
Perhaps most impressive, though, is the Venetian’s Grand Canal where you can experience indoor or outdoor gondola rides that take you under bridges and balconies and alongside cafes and shops.
Take a 90-minute “Art and Architecture” tour of the Venetian or check out the lifelike figures at Madame Tussauds interactive wax museum.
For something totally different, visit the VOID, whole-body, fully immersive VR experience that you can enjoy as a couple through one of three stories: Ralph Breaks VR, Nicodemus, and Starwars: Secrets of the Empire.
Or cool off at minus5º Ice Experience, where you can don gloves and a parka or faux fur coat and sip delicious beverages in glasses made of ice inside a wonderland carved from over 90 tons of ice.
Just west of the Strip is the recently redesigned Palms Casino Resort. The Palms offers stylish, modern rooms, villas and suites with Strip or valley views and a wide range of amenities.
Catch a concert in the intimate Pearl Theater or take in a movie at Brenden Theatres.
If you are feeling especially creative, you can even book some time at the hotel’s 8000 square foot Studio at the Palms, a full-service recording studio with state-of-the-art equipment.
Enjoy steak and rare whiskey at Scotch 80 Prime, or indulge in Latin-themed seafood and sushi at Shark. With over a dozen restaurants and four bars, there is a venue for every taste and mood!
Dance, drink and socialize at the APEX Social Club, which is located 55 stories up and offers 360-degree city views and a glass-bottomed patio.
The Mirage Resort & Casino offers Polynesian ambience in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.
The hotel’s volcano along the Strip erupts every night at 8- 11 p.m. A huge aquarium in the lobby and the “rainforest” atrium only add to the property’s tropical feel.
During the day, you can visit Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat, where you can take advantage of experiences that include Dolphin Trainer 101 and Painting with the Dolphins, or you can take a Dolphin Habitat VIP tour.
At night, check out the Cirque du Soleil Beatles-themed show Love, or catch a performance by resident ventriloquist Terry Fator.
The Mirage offers a wide selection of restaurants to choose from, including celebrity chef Tom Colicchio’s Heritage Steak.
For a high-end, high fashion, sexy, fun night out, visit 1OAK, the Mirage’s 16,000 square foot nightclub, where you can dance to the hottest DJs and music till 4 a.m. nightly.
The Mirage Pool is a true oasis amidst the hustle and bustle of the Las Vegas Strip. The pool features waterfalls and lagoons along with Jacuzzis and indoor and outdoor showers.
The Mirage Pool is heated and is open year-round.
Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa is the perfect place for couples on the go who also want to get away from it all.
Located about eleven miles from the Strip and about six miles from Red Rock Canyon Conservation Center, the hotel can arrange a number of outdoor activities for you that include horseback riding, river rafting, biking, kayaking, hiking, golfing and more.
You can also take advantage of guided bike tours, rock climbing and an indoor climbing gym.
Red Rock Casino offers lots to do indoors as well.
Take in a movie at the Regal Red Rock 4DX and IMAX theatre or go bowling at Red Rock Lanes. Go shopping, visit the salon and spa, or rent a cabana or daybed at the Sandbar Pool.
While at Red Rock Casino, you can choose from a number of restaurants that include Terra Rossa Italian Cuisine, which offers indoor and outdoor dining options, or the high-end T-Bones Chophouse.
After a complete reimagining, the Park MGM and boutique NoMad Las Vegas hotel emerged from what was once the Monte Carlo Resort & Casino.
The Park MGM and NoMad offer a wide selection of accommodations, including the novel Stay Well rooms and vegas suites that offer a selection of features including air purification, circadian lighting and aromatherapy that are designed to emphasize health and well-being and minimize the effects of travel.
Park MGM offers a wide selection of restaurants for every occasion, taste and budget, but its biggest attraction is Eatily, an Italian marketplace with a dozen authentic Italian eateries and experiences that include cooking classes, communal dining and wine tastings.
For a fun night out at the Park MGM, On the Record nightclub is open until 4 a.m. Or visit Mama Rabbit Mezcal + Tequila Bar, which is open until 3.
You can also catch a concert or sporting event at the hotel’s 5200 seat Park Theatre, which is host to a wide range of performers that include everyone from Bruno Mars to Cher.
Located in the Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas, the Golden Nugget combines modern design with historic old-time Vegas.
The hotel’s spacious rooms are timeless, contemporary and comfortable, and offer a variety of views including that of the pool and downtown.
The Golden Nugget’s pool, the Tank, is definitely its biggest attraction.
Featuring a 200,000-gallon shark tank aquarium, the Tank spans three stories with refreshing waterfalls, 17 private cabanas, and, best of all, a thirty foot enclosed water slide that takes you right through the heart of the shark tank.
Visit the hotel’s fitness center or spa and salon, or shop for everything from clothes to jewelry to chocolate.
Choose from ten restaurants that include upscale choices like Vic & Anthony’s and the Chart House, or sample cuisine from around the world at Grotto Italian Ristorante, Red Sushi, Cadillac Mexican Kitchen or Lillie’s Asian Cuisine.
For a fun and relaxing night out check out any one of the hotel’s numerous bars and lounges such as Rush Lounge and Cadillac Tequila Bar.
Also, be sure to check out the Hand of Faith, a 61-pound gold nugget on display in the hotel lobby that was dug up in Australia in 1980 and sold to the Golden Nugget for a cool million.
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