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The casino turned 45 in 2011 but has never stood still. Over the past few years, it has expanded the Forum Shops, opened the Roman bath–inspired Qua Spa, launched the celeb-studded Pure nightclub, and debuted the Augustus Tower guest rooms. The new stuff makes nary a reference to Caesar, which is refreshing, because the rest of the hotel is covered in columns, toga-clad cocktail waitresses, and other Roman kitsch. The resort is huge, so pack your walking shoes. And be specific when booking: It has almost 3,400 rooms in all, so your options on style, location, and size are virtually endless. If you book in the warmer months, ask to be near the complex of pools, which is laid out like an aquamarine village and includes a pool with swim-up poker tables.
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JW Marriott Las Vegas
When locals want to get away from their hectic life in the city, they come here. Tucked deep behind winding roads and walls of palm trees, the 54-acre property moves at a slower pace than other hotels in town because its guests, many of them conventioneers, want a taste of Vegas without being submerged in it. The resort is located just a few minutes from Red Rock Canyon, where outdoor types get their fill of mountain climbing, bike riding, and hiking. Guests also get access to the members-only Tournament Player's Club Golf Course located practically next door. And for those who simply must visit the Strip casinos, the JW offers free shuttles throughout the day. The casino here is quiet in comparison, but at least you won't have to search for a seat at the blackjack table.
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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
The Cosmopolitan is "a fresh, fun, sophisticated, yet not-too-Vegas hotel in the heart of it all," next to CityCenter. The "modern, non-themey property is nice in a place that's so lit-up and splashy." Each of the residential-style guest rooms—from city-facing rooms to three-story bungalows off the adults-only Marquee Dayclub's pool deck—have a sprawling terrace. Inside, you'll find plush sectionals, lacquered coffee tables, and marble bathrooms, as well as in-room technology that lets you preset your lighting, music, and temperature preferences. There are 13 restaurants—Blue Ribbon Sushi, Estiatorio Milos, and Va Bene Caffè among them—plus five bars and lounges, but "the service is not as good as it should be." The Sahra Spa has a hammam.
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The Cesar Pelli–designed centerpiece of the 67-acre CityCenter, Aria meets all the criteria of the now-standard Vegas mega-hotel formula: A whopping 4,004 rooms—check. A casino the size of three football fields—check. Sixteen wildly varied restaurants, with celebrity chefs—check. An Elvis-themed Cirque du Soleil extravaganza and dancing fountains at the front entrance—check, check. The resort does everything in an unabashedly big way, but beyond the razzle-dazzle veneer are unique triumphs that include bragging rights for being the world's largest LEED Gold–certified building and an impressive collection of modern art (including a suspended Maya Lin sculpture inspired by the Colorado River, and a 266-foot-long LED installation by Jenny Holzer). Although rooms are a hike from the elevator, the tower's crescent shape and floor-to-ceiling windows ensure that all have great views—either of the desert or the leaning Veer Towers and the irregular angles of the Daniel Libeskind–designed Crystals shopping complex, next door.
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The Venetian
"Luxury abounds" at this resort constructed of green stone from the Italian Alps. Replicating Venice with winding canals, gondolas, and arched bridges, the design also features 25-foot-high Botticino marble columns. "Great rooms" include sunken living rooms and marble baths with Roman tubs. Dine on Wolfgang Puck's contemporary American cuisine at Postrio, which sits on a replica of St. Mark's Square. "The terrific variety of restaurants" includes celeb-chef eateries like Thomas Keller's Bouchon and Mario Batali's B&B Ristorante. "The whole experience was better than the real Venice!" Book an Ayurvedic treatment at the Canyon Ranch SpaClub.
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Four Seasons Hotel
A non-gaming hotel on five floors of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, it has dog-friendly rooms in neutral hues with down bedding, marble bathrooms, and views of the city or the desert terrain to the south. The Sunrise/Sunset suites have 180-degree views of Vegas and the surrounding mountains. "This place is five-star all the way." The weekend breakfast buffet at Verandah has a make-your-own-doughnut machine; for dinner, Italian is the norm. "The spa is one of the best I've ever experienced, with the most fantastic staff."
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Mandarin Oriental
It's ironic that the standout of the splashy CityCenter is also the most understated thing in it. From the elegant bamboo and bonsai gardens at the entrance, to the key card access–only elevators to guest rooms, to the serene ambience (free of casino cacophony), the 392-room hotel is a study in calm sophistication—nary a fanny pack nor a bachelor party in sight. But don't be fooled by the Zen. This is a tightly run ship where guests' every desire is anticipated. Rooms are equipped with bedside touch-screen panels to control curtains, lighting, temperature, music, and TV. Bathrooms are sizable even in the smallest rooms (500 square feet), with luxe touches such as Frette robes, LCD-screen TVs inside the mirrors, and free-standing soaking tubs.
The "five-star surroundings" of this Vegas Strip hotel include an eight-and-a-half-acre man-made lake and synchronized water fountains. The Tuscan-inspired design extends to "very tastefully done rooms" that have contemporary furniture and "terrific bathrooms" with Italian marble. More than a dozen "diverse dining options" are offered, from Asian at Jasmine to Mediterranean at Todd English's Olives to cigars and caviar at Petrossian Bar. The adults-only Cypress Pool has chilled towels and misters as well as 60 chaise lounges, four daybeds, and three cabanas. "Because it's a monstrous property, staff can be hit or miss."
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The Palazzo
Expect "sensory overload and plenty of things to do" at this towering take on Italian flair, the sister resort of the Venetian. "Well-laid-out and -appointed" rooms have angora wool throws, marble baths, and sunken lounge areas done in a modern European design. Chef Emeril Lagasse's Delmonico Steakhouse delivers New Orleans cuisine, and AquaKnox flies its seafood in daily. Fusion's cocktail menu focuses on Brazilian, Peruvian, and Mexican libations, but "staff run hot and cold" and "the drink service in the casino leaves much to be desired."
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Wynn and Encore Las Vegas
The black-and-gold tower of Wynn and Encore Las Vegas opened in 2005 and "somehow gives you the feeling that you're staying in a small, intimate hotel." "Outstanding rooms" with floor-to-ceiling windows offer "amazing views of the Strip" or the 18-hole golf course designed by owner Steve Wynn and Tom Fazio. The Encore Wynn resort next to sister property Wynn has design elements in public spaces that include Venetian glass mosaic floors and pearl-inlaid marble from Asia, but is "pretty far away from the heart of the Strip." "Suites are meticulous about every detail": They have floor-to-ceiling windows with skyline views, mirrored walls, houndstooth-patterned panels, and white sycamore furnishings. "The service is fine, but the hotel has amazing facilities."
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