List of Hotels on the Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada

by Elizabeth Park
Las Vegas Boulevard, also known as the Strip.

Las Vegas Boulevard, also known as the Strip.

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Neon, noise and never-ending nights are hallmarks of Las Vegas' famous Strip. This four-mile section of Las Vegas Boulevard boasts some of Vegas' top-rated hotels, as well as some of its best-located dives. Staying on the Strip is a popular choice: More than 78 percent of all visitors to Las Vegas stay there. Millions of visitors know that for great location, convenience, top-rated restaurants or deluxe accommodations, hotels on the Strip serve up the best of Vegas.

Forbes Star Rating

Stay at one of only three five-star, Forbes-rated hotels located on the Strip. Skylofts, on the 29th floor of the MGM Grand, offers boutique-style service. From airport limo pickup to the private entrance where guests are greeted by name, Skylofts offer premium accommodations in 51 all-suite lofts. The Tower Suites at Encore Las Vegas feature panoramic views of the Strip in a cosmopolitan setting with private pool just for Tower guests. A hotel within a hotel, the Tower Suites at Wynn come with a personal shopper, a private pool with a personal cabana and floor-to-ceiling windows looking out on the Strip.


Book an all-suites hotel for the luxury of having a living room in your hotel room. Only four all-suites hotels exist on the Strip. The Signature at the MGM Grand is inside three distinct towers with a private, gated entrance. The Venetian and Palazzo's all-suite properties offer some of Vegas' largest rooms, with step-down living rooms, Italian marble jacuzzi bathrooms and flat-screen TVs in the bathroom, bedroom and living area. The third all-suite property is THEHotel at Mandalay Bay, the only hotel with a real sand beach and wave pool.


Frommer's lists The Orleans and Circus Circus as the least-expensive Strip hotels. The Stratosphere also offers rooms for less than $30 with the best views on the Strip. At the other end of the Strip is the medieval-themed Excalibur with rooms less than $50. The Excalibur features an arcade and a nightly jousting, knights on horseback show. Fodor's lists Bally's as a budget hotel, making it an affordable option for travelers who want to stay near the Las Vegas Monorail.


Circus Circus is the big-top of family hotels on the Strip. Visit Adventuredome, Circus Circus' indoor adventure park, the Midway with carnival games and see live circus acts. Three outdoor heated pools and several restaurants including a buffet with kids items and a pizzeria make this a family-friendly choice.

About the Author

Elizabeth Park has written since 1983, with work appearing in the "Oxnard Press Courier" in Oxnard, Calif., "The Centre Daily Times" in State College, Pa., and online at VisitSouth and other websites. Park holds a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from Pennsylvania State and completed graduate work at Rutgers University in English literature and Emory University in theology.

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