Spotlighting 3 High-End Hotels on the Las Vegas Strip

While it’s possible to plan a trip to Vegas on a tight budget, spending a little extra can make a world of difference.  In this article we’ll be exploring three of our favorite Las Vegas hotels and their rooms and amenities that will make you feel like a high roller during your stay.   You won’t find dirt-cheap rooms or $1.99 steaks at any of these establishments, but if you play your cards right you can have a deluxe Vegas experience without breaking the bank.

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

A Luxury Resort in the Heart of the Las Vegas Strip

Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Rooms

City Room

Described as “urban elegance”, this simple 460 square foot room includes two queen sized beds, a large luxurious bathroom with marble floors, and beautifully modern decor.

Rate*: $120 - $650/night

Terrace Studio with Fountain View

This 620 square foot room has the bonus of a 110 square foot private terrace with unparalleled views.  It overlooks the heart of the strip and the dancing fountains at Bellagio. This room includes a king sized bed, a full sized bubbler tub, a double vanity bathroom, and a living area.  

Rate: $165 - $730/night

Two Bedroom City Suite

A 1,615 square foot suite that the Cosmopolitan calls an “ultra chic haven of pure luxury”.  It includes two bedrooms (one with a king bed, the other with two queen beds), a spacious living area, a separate powder room, and two full bathrooms.  

Rate: $500 - $1,750/night

The Chelsea Penthouse

This 2,400-2,700 square foot, 2-3 bedroom penthouse is for guests who desire a truly distinctive experience.  The walls are covered in crystal encrusted textures and decorated with unexpected art, while the furniture is covered in hand woven fabrics.  Enjoy the view of the Las Vegas Strip through the floor-to-ceiling windows or outside on the terrace. Also includes a wet bar, kitchenette, and serving area.

Rate: Prices not listed on website, but Yelp reviewers say $2,500 - $3,250/night


Go all out on this three level, 1,695 square foot one bedroom bungalow that features a private terrace and patio.  Inside there’s a bedroom, living area, and deluxe bathrooms with double showers and deep tubs. Outside, spend your time relaxing in the jacuzzi plunge pool and utilize the outdoor kitchenette and bar.  However, the biggest perk has to be the 24 hour butler service that is included in your stay.

Rate: Prices not listed on website, but Yelp reviewers say $2,500 - $10,000/night

Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Pools

The Chelsea Pool, The Boulevard Pool & The Marquee Dayclub Pool

The Chelsea Pool offers a relaxing and secluded environment, while the Boulevard Pool embraces a more social and vibrant environment with live musical performances.  “Experience a vibrant beach club scene hosted by today’s most influential DJs’’ at the Marquee Dayclub Pool. Reserve a grand cabana on the weekend and live it up in your own private spa and infinity plunge pool.

Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Restaurants

Our recommendation: Rose.Rabbit.Lie: A Modern Supper Club

Upscale cocktail attire is required at this warm, intimate, and engaging restaurant.  Indulge in reinvented classics alongside live entertainment. Try their ‘Caviar Tacos’ voted “Best Small Plate” by Vegas Seven.  Or try the ‘Heavenly Egg’, described as literally, “Heavenly” and the ‘Beef Wellington’ that is beyond tender. Enhance your experience with creative whiskey based cocktails and playful desserts like the ‘Caramel Corn Trifle’.

Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Lounges

Our recommendation: The Chandelier

A “multi level architectural wonder” that is draped in crystal lights.  Grab a ‘We’re All Mad Here’ cocktail: an ode to Alice in Wonderland, it’s a gin-based drink that starts out blue but changes colors once blended, and is accompanied by an edible tag that will make your tongue tingle.  Or even try the secret menu’s lemon/ginger ‘Verbana’ margarita, which has an edible flower that will totally numb your mouth.

Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Entertainment

Our recommendation: The Chelsea

A 40,000 square foot concert and event venue that is unlike any other.  Stop by the vintage lobby bar before or during the show. Make sure to rent out a private VIP gallery box to receive special expedited line entry, a personal cocktail server, and access to the best seats in the house.  

Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Nightclub


This upscale/casual club is open Monday/Friday/Saturday.  Dance the night away in over 60,000 square feet, while the world’s best DJs spin live, or enjoy breathtaking views from the rooftop patio overlooking the Vegas Strip.

Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Additional Amenities

Sahra Spa & Hammam, Violet Hour Salon, Fitness Center, and Business Center.

Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Yelp Reviews

(4 Stars) Yelpers enjoy the overall cleanliness of the hotel rooms, nightlife that is always bustling because of its central location, and the dining and entertainment that goes above and beyond expectation.  Yelpers dislike being able to hear the strip despite being on a higher floor, occasional check in issues, and inconsistent customer service.

Wynn Las Vegas

Named “Best Hotel of Las Vegas” in Conde’ Nast Traveler Magazine’s 30th Annual Reader’s Choice Awards.

Wynn Las Vegas Rooms

All Wynn Rooms & Suites Include:  One king or two double Wynn Dream Beds draped in 507 count linens.  Relax in front of a 55” 4K UHD TV, or enjoy the view through floor to ceiling windows.  Lounge in an upscale bathtub or use the separate shower & water closet while watching the 13“ LCD TV.  During your stay, utilize the touch screen technology that controls the curtains, lighting, and room service.  Also, don’t forget about the complimentary valet and self parking options.

Wynn Deluxe Resort Room

This homey 640 square foot room includes all of the amenities that are listed above.  Plus it has a comfortable work area that it great to have while traveling for business.

Rate: $157 - $487/night

Deluxe Panoramic Corner View

Located on the 28th floor and situated along the edge of the tower for an exceptional Vegas Strip view.  The 692 square foot room has slightly more space than a standard room, while also including a spacious work area and all of the basic amenities.

Rate: $214 - $688/night

All Suites Include:  Access to the private drive-up entrance, registration lobby,  and the Exclusive Tower Suites Pool. Dine on a complimentary daily breakfast for two at Tableau and delight in daily coffee/tea services each morning.  Your suite will always be clean and cozy from the twice daily housekeeping and nightly turndown service.

Executive Suite

This suite goes above and beyond with its classy decor and gorgeous scenery to marvel over.  Unwind in this 933 square foot suite while wearing plush signature robes. Marble bathrooms include a 13” LCD TV, double sinks, Italian marble soaking tubs, and a glass enclosed shower.

Rate: $300 - $750/night

Salon Suite

1,817 square feet of lavish comfort.  This suite’s entry foyer is bordered by a private massage room and separate powder room.  It then opens up into an expansive living room complete with a dining area and a granite wet bar. The private bedroom offers floor to ceiling windows and connects to the master bath with a glass enclosed shower, dual sinks, whirlpool deep soak tub and walk-in closets.  Additionally there is a 55” TV in the living room and the bedroom.

Fairway Villa

As many say, “you only live once”...therefore I suggest splurging on this 2,411 square foot one bedroom villa or the 3,224 square foot two bedroom villa with an outdoor dining terrace and private balcony.  Not only do you get 24 hour airport limousine services, you also get 24 hour butler service and preferred access to all amenities, like daily clothes pressing. However, that’s not all! Guests staying in this magnificent villa will be receiving a nice welcome gift, daily passes to the Spa & Fitness Center, preferred access to shows, priority dining/spa/salon reservations, and expedited entry to nightclubs.  But wait, there’s more! You’ll get high-speed internet, bedrooms with 60” HDTVs, a living area including an 80” HDTV/Blu-Ray player, expansive workspaces, and two marble bathrooms that have rain showers and infinity-edged bathtubs. It also contains a private massage room and a separate powder room. Lastly, complimentary coffee/tea are offered daily in the Tower Suites Lobby Bar or at Goodies On Demand.

Rate: $2,199 - $3,062/night

Wynn Las Vegas Pools

Wynn Pool, Tower Suites Pool & Wynn European Pool

Wynn offers beautiful and temperature controlled pools and jacuzzis surrounded by immaculate gardens.  Reserve a private cabana at the Wynn Pool or Tower Suites Pool, complete with mini-fridge, plasma TV, lounging chairs and sofas.  The secluded Wynn European Pool is adults-only and is ideal for a couples retreat.

Wynn Las Vegas Restaurants

Our recommendation: Lakeside

Winner of Forbes’ Travel Guide Four-Star Award, and what The Vegas Seven regards as “one of the best places in the world for enjoying the bounty of the world’s oceans”.  Chef David Walzog’s specialties include ‘ocean-to-table’ fresh fish caught from Hawaiian waters, exotic oven-roasted lobster and crab, prime-aged steaks, and expertly paired sides. This restaurant offers a unique energy and an incredible view of the Lake of Dreams.  Try the creamy lobster bisque or the vegan smoked mushroom chowder. The snapper is fresh and flaky, and the ribeye is always cooked to perfection. People also love their Sunday Dixieland Jazz brunch!

Wynn Las Vegas Lounges

Our recommendation: Eastside Lounge

Sip on alluring cocktails while watching ‘The Dueling Pianos’ - a lively show where two talented musicians attempt to out-play each other during an energetic set that includes today’s top hits.  Enjoy ‘The Dream’, a cocktail that has essence of elderflower and hibiscus liquors, or try the classic citrusy ‘Wynn Margarita’ to get your night started off on the right note.

Wynn Las Vegas Entertainment

Our recommendation: Wynn Theater

This 290,000 square foot modern venue hosts spellbinding displays that will dazzle guests.  It is also home to the highly accredited, aqua aerobic fantasy, Le Rêve: The Dream. Valet or self-parking is always complimentary for ticket holders - simply bring your stub for validation after the show.

Wynn Las Vegas Nightclub

Wynn Nightclub

Offering 14,000 square feet of “stunning interiors and high energy excitement bathed in state-of-the-art light and sound”.  Experience performances by some of today’s best DJs while drinking high quality cocktails. Every table offers some level of VIP service.  Open Wednesday/Friday/Saturday, it will be a night you’ll want to remember.

Wynn Las Vegas Additional Amenities

The Spa at Wynn, The Salon & Barbershop at Wynn, Fitness Center, and Convention Center.

Wynn Las Vegas Yelp Reviews

(4 Stars) Yelpers enjoy the spacious & up to date rooms, the breathtaking panoramic views, and the numerous delicious restaurant options.  Yelpers dislike the paper thin walls, the disorganized front desk staff, and the fact that your reservation might get moved to the Encore...Wynn’s sister hotel.

The Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace

Named ‘Best Boutique Hotel” by Vegas Seven.

Nobu Hotel Las Vegas Rooms

All Rooms and Suites Include: Simmons Bouvet Island beds draped in Filo d’Oro linen sheets.  Enjoy the lush Natura Blisse bath amenities, 55” LCD TV, and in-room dining from Nobu Restaurant.  Wifi is unfortunately not included and is $14.99 per night.

Luxury King Room

This luxurious 375 square foot room is covered in stylish Japanese-inspired art and fabrics.  Personalized concierge assistance and priority seating at Nobu Restaurant are also included in your stay.

Rate*: $141 - $338/night

The Hakone Suite

1,000 square feet of exotic elegance.  This suite includes a separate dining and living area, plus a second bedroom option.  The bathroom has an oversized soaking tub and a shower with steam functions. Scented sleep oils help you unwind, while VIP hotel services and priority seating at Nobu Restaurant make you feel like a celebrity.

Rate: $460 - $830/night

The Sake Suite

This chic suite ranges from 1,300-1,950 square feet.  There is a separate media room, bar area, plus a billiards table upon request.  Not only do you get VIP hotel service, priority seating at Nobu Restaurant and access to the Venus Day Club, but you also will receive complimentary round trip limo services to and from the airport.

Rate: $660 - $1,610/night

The Nobu Penthouse Suite

Lavish in exclusive amenities while staying in the largest of the suites, ranging from 2,200-4,350 square feet.  A stunning curved staircase leads to a second story terrace. This amazing penthouse is filled with expensive furnishings, and comes with a billiards table and full dining room.  Also included are VIP hotel services, priority seating at Nobu Restaurant, and complimentary round trip limo service to and from the airport. Connecting rooms are available for booking. This is the perfect choice for housing parties and events.

Rate: $2,360 - $3,330/night

The Nobu Villa

Designed by David Rockwell, this three bedroom, 10,300 square foot villa is the hotel’s only rooftop abode.  Lemon/ginger scents and custom music fill the air for exquisite ambiance. You’ll be exposed to the finest cuisine by Nobu Chefs and indulge in the best spa services.  On the skydeck, utilize the full bar, BBQ pit, private dining area in the Zen Garden, Italian-made whirlpool, and the exclusive fire and water features. Having the entire rooftop to yourself is the ultimate Vegas experience.

Rate: $35,000/night

Nobu Hotel Pools

Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis & Venus European Pool Lounge

Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis offers a wide collection of watering holes, cabanas and sunbathing spots perfect for socializing.  The Venus European Pool Lounge is a more secluded environment for guests 21+ to enjoy a private European-style experience.

Nobu Hotel Restaurant

Our Recommendation: Nobu Restaurant

Receiver of the ‘Certificate of Excellence’ Award.  This highly-acclaimed Japanese-inspired restaurant offers the freshest sushi, Wagyu Banquet Teppanyaki, and rare sake from Japan's Hokusetsu brewery on Sado Island.  The choices may seem overwhelming since there are so many bougie options, but guests love the truly divine yellowtail belly and the delectable miso black cod. Top off your evening with the ‘Fiji Shaved Ice’ or a ‘Mango Passion’ cocktail.

Nobu Hotel Lounges

Our Recommendation: Nobu Lounge

Enjoy this chicly designed lounge at any time.  Utilize the charging ports to check emails, or have a casual meeting during the day.  Then transition into night, where you can hang out with friends in an entertaining and visually stimulating environment.  Ask about their whiskey flights or taste one-of-a-kind signature cocktails.

Nobu Hotel Entertainment

Our recommendation: The Colosseum

Come see your favorite entertainers perform in this architectural wonder.  Painted in gold Grecian accents with and elegant red velvet seating, this venue holds up to 4,300 spectators and has housed some of the most legendary headliners in the world.

Nobu Hotel Nightclub

Omnia Nightclub

Spans a total of 45,000 square feet, where guests can spread out and explore this high energy, multi-level club.  Antique mirrors, rich leather, and draped velvet sets the tone of modern luxury. Choose between the expansive dance floor, the elite ultra lounge, or the breathtaking rooftop terrace.  

Nobu Hotel Additional Amenities

Qua Baths & Spa, Color Salon, Fitness Center, and Business Lounge.

Nobu Hotel Yelp Reviews

(3.5 Stars)  Yelpers enjoy the discreet/quiet location, impeccably clean rooms, and the delectable in-room dining options. Yelpers dislike how difficult it is to get their calls returned, late check in times, and an unfortunate lingering sewer smell on the higher levels.

Overall Recommendation

All three of these hotels have their high points, and you’ll be getting your money’s worth whether you’re staying in a standard room or a fancy bungalow.  What makes these hotels special are the unique touches and details in the decor, amenities included in your stay, and the location - right on the Las Vegas Strip.  

Our choice:  The Cosmopolitan has the best price for a killer location and a plethora of restaurants and shops to explore.  Choose between three pools to lounge during the day, then enjoy your evening at one of many casual lounges or in the multi-leveled and upscale Marquee Nightclub.  The options seem endless at The Cosmopolitan.

*Rates are subject to change.  Rooms tend to be cheaper on weeknights (Sun-Wed), more expensive on weekends (Thu-Sat), and much more expensive when booking last minute.

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