12 BEST LAS VEGAS HOTELS FOR COUPLES

Best Las Vegas hotels for couples

Las Vegas, an adult’s playground. Escape to the city with bright lights, brilliant entertainment, and hotels that are a destination unto themselves. Couples can reconnect and live it up in Las Vegas, with incredible dining and lavish accommodations. Explore the twelve best Las Vegas hotels for couples.

Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino

Spread out in some of the largest accomodations in Las Vegas at Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino. Thrill at the excitement of the World's Largest Race & Sports Book at this classic Las Vegas hotel by Westgate. Although not located on the Las Vegas Strip itself, you can easily get there with a quick ride aboard the Las Vegas Monorail, which has a stop at this resort. Couples can enjoy a delicious dining experience at world-famous Benihana, Edge Steakhouse, and Fresco Italiano. This is a great choice for couples looking to spread out, relax together, and still enjoy the excitement of Las Vegas.

WHERE: 3000 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV 89109 | WHO: 702-732-5111 

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The Venetian

Enjoy two getaways in one at The Venetian. You’ll feel like you’ve jetted away to Venice, Italy while still in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip. From the moment you arrive and walk into the lobby you’ll feel the Italian elegance. With well appointed suites, many with breathtaking views of the Strip, you’ll have a great place to relax after enjoying all the Las Vegas offers. The Venetian has attractions all its own including gondola rides, shopping, dining, and nightclubs all on the resort’s grounds. 

WHERE: 3355 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, NV 89109 | WHO:  1-866-659-9643

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Bellagio Resort and Casino

One of Las Vegas’s most iconic hotels is the Bellagio; you’ve most likely seen its famous dancing fountain in numerous movies. Perhaps the most entertaining venue on the Strip, the Bellagio offers incredible live entertainment alongside romantic accomodations and sophisticated dining. Many rooms have views of The Strip and the famous Bellagio fountain. This Las Vegas hotel is designed with romance in mind. 

WHERE: 3600 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89109 | WHO: 702-693-7111 

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Mandalay Bay

Escape to a tropical oasis at Mandalay Bay. Technically Las Vegas is in a desert climate, making Mandalay Bay a true oasis. This hotel has an aquarium attraction and your very own sandy beach for a real escape. On site nightclubs, live shows, a blissful spa, a variety of dining, and more make it difficult to leave this blissful paradise.

WHERE: 3950 South Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119  | WHO: 702-632-7777 

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Paris Las Vegas

It is hard to beat the mid-strip location of Paris Las Vegas. Both Las Vegas and Paris, France are nicknamed the City of Lights, so it is a fitting pairing to have a Paris themed hotel and casino here. The romantic spirit of Paris is felt throughout. The rooms are warmly decorated - a great ambiance for couples. Dining offers over fifteen choices from casual to upscale, including Gordon Ramsay Steak and the famous Eiffel Tower Restaurant. It’s easy to see why couples fall in love here, tomber amoureux.

WHERE:  3655 Las Vegas Boulevard South Las Vegas, NV 89109 | WHO: 877-796-2096

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Cesar’s Palace Las Vegas Hotel and Casino

The opulence of Cesar’s Palace makes it an icon of Las Vegas. Cesar’s is host to some of the biggest concerts and performances in all of Las Vegas. Sting, Rod Stewart, Wayne Newton, and Reba, Brooks & Dunn, each have residencies there. The rooms are nicely appointed with modern decor and luxurious furnishing. The Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis is an outdoor experience unlike anything else on the Strip, with seven different pools each distinguished and different from the next. 

WHERE: 3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89109 | WHO:  866-227-5938

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The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

Sit in the lap of luxury together. The Cosmopolitan is one of the sexist, most posh places in Las Vegas. The nightlife here is divine. With highly themed nightclubs like Opium and The Barbershop, your nights will shine brighter than the desert days. Over twenty restaurants will tempt your tastes, including well known spots like STK and Jaleo by Chef Jose Andres. Artfully modern rooms and suites make a space to inspire your Las Vegas adventures. 

WHERE: 3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89109  | WHO: 702-698-7575

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Wynn Las Vegas

Most Las Vegas hotels are full of flash. Dancing lights, electrifying sounds, and a kinetic energy everywhere you turn. Wynn Las Vegas, however, draws a different energy. There is a sense of calm and renewal here. Yes, there are certainly lots of exciting things to do at this hotel, but for couples looking for a renewing experience this is a great choice. Natural light, lush plants, and beautiful art adorn this hotel. Some of the restaurants offer waterside dining, like Costi di Mare and Mizumi which has its own towering waterfall. Wynn is truly an enchanting experience. 

WHERE: 3131 Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109 | WHO: 702-770-7000 

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Red Rock Casino Resort and Spa

Couples who love the outdoors, but still want a luxurious experience should look to Red Rock Resort. You’ll escape the hustle and bustle of the Las Vegas Strip to bask in the beauty of Red Rock. Yet, you’ll still be close enough to enjoy the excitement of the Strip when you want to. Thanks to its inspiring location near nature, the rooms and suites at Red Rock Resort are spacious with natural light - two things that can be hard to come by on the Strip. The pool area stretches across three acres with a collection of small and large pools, allowing couples to find a relaxing space that’s all their own. 

WHERE: 11011 W Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89135  | WHO: 702-797-7777 

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Palms Casino and Resort

Feel like royalty as you tower over the Strip at Palms Casino and Resort. The Palms rises into the Vegas skyline. Its location next to the Strip allows for incredible views and spacious accommodations and common areas. Its modern design includes thought-provoking art. If you’re celebrating a special occasion and want to celebrate in style you’ll find some of the most incredible suites in all of Vegas here at the Palms. The dining as well as the bars and lounge are imaginative and unique. The Palms is a destination itself, yet still a great spot for accessing all that Vegas offers.

WHERE: 4321 W. Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV 89103 | WHO: 702-942-7777

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Stratosphere Casino Hotel and Tower

Reach new heights as a couple when you stay at The Stratosphere, or The Strat for short. This icon of Las Vegas offers a variety of unforgettable experiences. Dine at the top of the highest structure in Las Vegas. Test your limits by embarking on multiple attractions at the very top of the Strat. Recently remodeled rooms are welcoming and nicely appointed, though rather basic compared to other Las Vegas hotels. Still, the unique dining, attractions, and other experiences make this a must for adventurous, fun-loving couples.

WHERE: 2000 Las Vegas Blvd. S, Las Vegas, NV 89104 | WHO: 1-800-998-6937 

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Treasure Island

Be a kid at heart again at Treasure Island Las Vegas. This hotel offers lots of entertainment and fun experiences, some are meant to attract families, but there is still a lot for couples to enjoy. Plus, it is one of the most affordable hotels on the Strip. There is lots of entertainment here including Mystère by Cirque du Soleil, Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. and a variety of concerts and performers. The nightlife is lots of fun here too with Gilley’s Saloon and Senor Frog’s. For couples on a budget that still want to have fun together this is a great choice. 

WHERE: 3300 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89109  | WHO:  1-800-944-7444

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Have a wonderful time in Las Vegas and don’t forget to check out the best things to do in Las Vegas for couples too. 

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8 Comments

  1. Great list! I live in SoCal so often find myself in Vegas. I haven’t had the chance to stay in most of these.

  2. To be honest, I have never had Las Vegas on my bucket list. However having read your post, now I am far more keen to see it and explore!

  3. These places look great! I haven’t been to Vegas, so I have this idea of everything being tacky and over the top, but I’d definitely go to these hotels! Your photo in the swimming pool with the “Eiffel Tower” in the background is awesome, actually! Thanks for all the great ideas!

  4. Some great recommendations – I have always fancied going to Las Vegas and staying at the Venetian, it looks so good, I am glad it made the list!

  5. Las Vegas isn’t my type of place but would suggest your post to anyone who wants to go there.

  6. I’ve stayed at Paris which was really nice, and the Linq but out of these I’d love to spend a night at the Venetian. I love walking through it, maybe because I dream about going to Venice. But I just love the Vegas hotels

  7. I have been to Vegas multiple times before, but never with my Fiance so we were supposed to go this summer! Unfortunately, that has been cancelled, but love getting ideas for when we are able to go 🙂


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