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Best Rooms To Order Breakfast In Bed

Four Seasons

hotel_fourseasons_photoWandering from Mandalay Bay to the Four Seasons is like moving from a discothèque to a cathedral. When you witness the expanse of light streaming through the arched windows, one can’t help but feel a strange sense which teeters on the edge of spiritual. Guests won’t find a casino here, just service. Rooms fill the 35th through 39th floors of Mandalay Bay, accessed by a private express elevator. Quiet luxury abounds, from muted tones, the textured rugs, 330-threadcount cotton sheets and down duvets, to the expansive views, they obviously didn’t know when to stop in the amenity department. Room service runs all night, but breakfast is outstanding. Try the Belgian waffles or the cholesterol-free omelets. England invades with high teas everyday at 4, followed by poolside cocktails at 5.

Best Dormer For Waiting Out A Divorce

Embassy Suites

hotel_embassy_photoIt’s clean and cost efficient. It has a separate living room big enough to hold a meeting. It has a kitchen of sorts with a fridge, coffeemaker and microwave. And it has a staff that serves you a piping hot breakfast each morning. These may sound like little things, but it’s the little things that count when you’re waiting out your divorce in Vegas. See, Nevada is a great no-fault state where two parties can dissolve a marriage in almost as little time as it takes to make one. The bad news is you have to be a resident. The good news is it only takes six weeks to become one. But getting through those 42 days can cost a lot more than a marriage if you stay in a hotel with a casino.

Best Kitsch Hotel

Circus Circus

hotel_circuscircus_photoCircus Circus wins the kitsch competition, hands down. And unlike the fabulous 60s and 70s, this is no longer a contest every hotel in Las Vegas can enter. What hotel could possibly offer live circus acts that perform around the clock, an indoor theme park featuring the Canyon Blaster roller coaster, as well as a rotating cocktail lounge, a huge race and sports book, and a renowned poker room all under the same roof? Circus Circus is definitely a hotel that lives up to its name. It was built in 1977, and marketed as the first friendly facility for families who would rather not leave their kids in the parking lot. Well it’s 2005, and no kid has been left in the parking lot yet. Circus Circus, 702-734-0410.

Biggest Rooms In Las Vegas

The Venetian

hotel_venetian_photoSome NYC apartments are not nearly as spacious as the standard rooms at the Venetian. These suites come with a sunken living room off the bedroom area containing a sofa, a stuffed chair, dining or card table, a television and coffee table. A step up and away brings the bed bridled with thick European textiles, a canopy backrest with personal light, walk-in closet with a safe large enough to fit a laptop, a marble bathroom with two sinks and a vanity and separate shower and bath. And they stocked the rooms with amenities from ten-minute room service to thick brocade block-out curtains. That’s about as much as anyone could ask for when it comes to a room in this town. The resort’s owner plans to make this property the largest hotel in the world. Judging by the size of the rooms, we believe him. Venetian, 702-733-5000.

Best Hotel Pool Cabanas

Hard Rock Beach

hotel_cabanas_photoYou’re in Vegas to party like a rock star, so make sure you do it right even when you’re burning off the previous night’s vodka and Red Bull’s poolside. Anyone can catch a hangover sunburn on a chaise lounge, but only players know the real action is in the cabanas, and the best in Vegas are found at the Hard Rock Hotel Beach. These 35 Tahitian-style private huts come loaded with cable TV, telephones, refrigerators, fresh fruit and misters. But you rent the Hard Rock cabanas for the eye candy: hunks and hotties, movie and TV celebrities, musicians, models, starlets-in-training, and pro athlete hard bodies. Cabanas on multiple levels can be secluded or front-and-center to the sand beach, waterfalls, float river, and swim up blackjack tables. Hard Rock is all about the music whether you’re in the cabana, on the beach or in the water. Music is piped underwater through an underwater sound system. Towering palm trees and a winding shoreline create a castaway lagoon atmosphere. Ginger or Maryann? Why not both at this ultra-sexy faux island getaway. Click here to check out their pool cam at www.hardrockhotel.com. Hard Rock Hotel, 4455 Paradise Road, (800) HRD-ROCK.

Best Beds For The Buck

Luxor

hotel_luxor_photoHow does the idea of sideways elevators grab you? Or pyramid-shaped windows in the rooms? Everything’s a kick at this Tut-meets-21st century hotspot, and you get the exotic theme at a great location for the right price. Play a little black jack along the edge of the faux Nile with reeds and plastic obelisks. Take in the hydraulic motion machine adventure ride, which is still one of the best around. Rooms at Luxor are large for the city and full of upper Nile atmosphere. The pyramid rooms are best, but standard rooms are very comfy as well.

Best Eye-Candy Interior

The Venetian

hotel_venetianeyecandy_photA billion and a half buys a lot of hotel, and this one does it right. The hallways are covered with Renaissance recreations framed in 24 kt. gold leaf and statues that would do Michelangelo proud, right down to the veined fig leaf and fiery-eyed expressions. You’ll think you’ve died and gone to Venice when you approach the resort from the scaled Campanile or the halls of the Doge’s palace crowned by lines of sculpted busts. Inside, pre-Raphaelite angels follow you with knowing eyes to the shopping arcade where designers even added an “authentic” Venetian canal with crooning gondoliers. These guys are not to be outdone by the strolling musicians and opera divas in the mini St. Mark’s Square. A feast for your senses and sugar for your soul. 702-414-1000

Best High Roller Suites

MGM Grand

hotel_mgmgrand_photoIn Vegas, there are only two types of visitors: those who pay for their accommodations, and those who don’t. For the latter of these, there is another set of class distinctions: those who get set up in a suite, and those who sleep with the players. For this rarefied set, the MGM VIP Villas are at the top of the heap, and only the highest of the high rollers arrive at the MGM Grand Class 29th floor. The 52 suites and villas there range in size from 1,356 square feet to 5,849 square feet, with enough bedrooms to bring a mistress and her mother-in-law. You get a full-scale living room and dining room, oversize spa tubs, saunas, and lounge areas. Three of the largest suites are two stories high with wrap-around glass for a 180-degree view of the lights. As if that’s not enough, butlers are on hand to fulfill almost every need, like handing you a towel when you step out of that hot tub on the balcony, or, after a long day at the craps table, mixing you a martini, Bond-style. There’s also a special VIP entrance to protect your anonymity. To the disappointment of most, the 29th floor suites are by invitation only.

Top 10 Places to Stand on Top of the World in Las Vegas

One of the greatest feelings in the world is standing on a sheer cliff on a single rock looking down to the ground around you and witnessing the beautiful world that lies there waiting for you. After clearing your mind and taking a deep, deep, deep breath the only thought that enters your consciousness is the only place I’d rather be is in Vegas! Well it’s not too late to make it happen and when it does, here’s a list, in no particular order, of the hottest spots in the best place on earth to feel like you’re on top of the world.

 

flightlinez10. Flight Line Fremont Street

OK, so it’s not really standing at the top of the world, except for when standing at the top of the scaffold while they hook you up but it is a unique view of Fremont street that can’t be found anywhere else on Fremont Street. Zipping down Fremont street on a zip line is certainly a unique experience.

If you are looking for something a bit more substantial then Flightlines also operates some zip lines in Bootleg Canyon near Boulder City. They have four zip line runs there and each has four parallel lines so that you can enjoy the ride with three other friends.


 

balloon9. Hot Air Balloon Rides

During the cooler parts of the year one of the best ways to see Las Vegas from the air is a hot air balloon. Balloon rides are typically in the early morning as the Sun is rising or in the evenings when the Sun is setting. This is mostly due to the calm weather conditions and visibility. There’s nothing like cruising over the Las Vegas valley looking down from a few thousand feet with nothing between your feet and the ground except a basket.


 

mt_charleston8. Mount Charleston

Mount Charleston is the highest mountain in the surrounding Las Vegas valley and is part of the Spring Mountain mountain range and tops out at 11,916 feet (3,632 m). During the summer it’s usually about 20 to 30 degrees cooler than in Las Vegas so for a retreat from the heat, it can’t be beat.

There are some incredible hikes such as the hike to Mary Jane falls, which is a fairly short hike but with some steep switchbacks, but it’s well worth the effort. In early spring you may even find snow and ice lingering around the falls.

During the winter months there is the Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort. Yes, that’s right, skiing just an hour away from Las Vegas. It’s not a really big resort with just four lifts but it’s only an hour away from Las Vegas and there is plenty of fun for the novice and advanced skiier and boarder.


 

eifel7. Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower in Las Vegas is part of the Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino complex and was built in 1999. It was first meant to be a full scale version of the original tower, however authorities soon requested its designers to go for a more modest version after it was found that the airport was too close and would thus endanger aircraft in the area. ride up the 50 story building in a special elevator to the observation deck. On the way up, the history of the original tower in Paris is recounted by the friendly and knowledgeable attendant, adding to the charm and infusing another dose of authenticity into the entire experience.

The observation deck–an impressive 460 feet from ground level–is one of the most fantastic spots to get a panoramic view of the city of Las Vegas. In whichever direction one turns, there is another beautiful city landmark just waiting to be discovered. Visitors can trace the whole of Las Vegas Boulevard as it winds its way through the city in the North, while in the east, they can see the gorgeous mountain range just outside Vegas.

There are openings and telescopes scattered all across the observation deck for visitors to take in unobstructed and breathtaking views of the city and photograph away to their hearts’ content. If you’re looking for a romantic dinner check out the famous 11th floor Eiffel Tower restaurant, although it is strongly recommended to book ahead.


 

stratosphere6. Stratosphere

While Las Vegas is the ultimate party destination, there are quite a few people who visit exclusively for the thrill rides. The Stratosphere offers three out-of-this world rides sure to get you screaming.

These rides include the Big Shot, the world’s highest thrill ride, at an astounding 112 stories high. Next is Insanity, which makes riders feel like they’re floating 900 feet above the ground. And for those who loved riding on the teeter totters during recess, the X Scream definitely gives this popular playground favorite a kick. And for the true thrill seekers – Sky Jump!

Stratosphere’s new SkyJump Las Vegas thrill ride will be the jump of your life — no matter what you might be yelling. For your inner adrenaline junkie wanting the ultimate Las Vegas free fall, sky dive or base jump, SkyJump is the attraction to choose. It provides the highest controlled free fall in the world, all from the Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower.


 

moon5. Moon

Being in Moon Nightclub at the Palms Casino Rooftop is a one of a kind experience. With a beautiful patio view overlooking the city and the retractable roof over the dance floor, Moon leaves nothing between you and the stars while you party the night away. Click here for bottle service.

 


 

foundation_room4. Foundation Room

The Foundation Room inside Mandalay Bay looks like a classic lounge where you might see a group of wise old men smoking cigars and sipping on cognac. But the resonating sounds of electronic and hip-hop music, combined with the sight of sexy go-go dancers clearly take Foundation Room beyond your average speakeasy.

The view, though, is what sets Foundation Room apart from many other Las Vegas nightclubs. Because Mandalay Bay sits at the southern tip of the Las Vegas Strip, the outdoor patio provides unmatched views of one of the most famous skylines in the world. From here you can literally see from one end of the Strip to the next without much obstruction.

 


 

ghostbar3. Ghostbar

High above the Las Vegas Strip, the 8,000sq. foot Ghostbar is a sultry and sophisticated indoor-outdoor lounge and sky deck on the 55th floor of the Palms Casino Resort. The sky deck provides almost a 360-degree view of Vegas at its most glittering, with a glass inset in the floor offering a jaw-dropping view straight down. Click here for bottle service.

 


 

voodoo2. Voodoo

Dine, dance and drink 51 stories above the excitement of Sin City at the wildest nightspot in Las Vegas, Voodoo Rooftop Nightclub. You’ll see Vegas from point of view from our indoor/outdoor, double-decker nightclub, complete with a striking steel staircase that offers possibly the single best view in all of Vegas. Click here for bottle service.

 


 

mix1. Mix

High atop the Delano @ Mandalay Bay, this fashionable hotspot is one of the most stylishly hip lounges around. Step out on the 64th-floor balcony and enjoy breathtaking views of the famed Las Vegas Strip and enjoy the great DJ’s that can always be found spinning the top tracks of yesterday and today. Click here for bottle service.