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Where Should I Stay in Las Vegas?
Searching for a stylish accommodation for your visit to Las Vegas? A boutique hotel may be just what you want if you enjoy smaller hotels with personalized service and a cool atmosphere. Select from 59 boutique-style accommodations in Las Vegas to find a property that characterizes the local flavor of this destination.
Travelers say they enjoy these boutique hotels in Las Vegas:
The Cromwell: 4.5-star resort with 188 guestrooms. Enjoy the 2 restaurants, 2 poolside bars, and outdoor pool. Popular with our guests for its comfortable rooms and overall value.
Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace: 5-star hotel with 181 guestrooms. This property offers a restaurant, a bar, and a full-service spa. Expedia travelers like its quiet rooms.
Vdara Hotel & Spa at ARIA Las Vegas: 5-star resort with 1495 guestrooms. Take advantage of this property's restaurant, poolside bar, and spa services. Our guests enjoy the quiet rooms and proximity to shopping.
The LINQ Hotel & Casino: 4-star resort with 2252 guestrooms. Provides guests with 9 restaurants, a poolside bar, and spa services. Reviews say the central location and overall value are noteworthy.
The Palazzo at The Venetian: 5-star resort with 3066 guestrooms. Guests can enjoy amenities such as 20 restaurants, 2 poolside bars, and spa services. Expedia travelers like the close public transit.
What Should I See and Do in Las Vegas?
Once you've decided where you'll stay in welcoming Las Vegas, figure out some fun things to do on your trip. Visitors speak positively about this destination's casino gaming, fantastic nightlife, and major shopping centers.Las Vegas is also well known for its:
- Live music
Favorite activities and sights around Las Vegas include Fashion Show Mall, Thomas and Mack Center, and Las Vegas North Premium Outlets. You might also want to see well-known spots like Ethel M Chocolates Factory, Las Vegas Mini Grand Prix, and Ethel M Botanical Cactus Gardens during your trip.
When Should I Plan a Trip to Las Vegas?
If you want to know about the local weather, use this info to plan when to get away to Las Vegas:
- Hottest months: July, August, June, and September, with an average temperature of 103°F
- Coldest months: December, January, February, and November, with an average temperature of 40°F
- Driest months: August, November, July, and March, with an average rainfall of 0.18 inches
- Rainiest months: February, January, December, and March, with an average rainfall of 0.47 inches
Getting Around Las Vegas
The nearest major airport is in Las Vegas, NV (LAS-McCarran Intl.), which is located 2.4 mi (3.8 km) from the heart of the city, but Las Vegas, NV (VGT-North Las Vegas) may also be an option. You can walk to nearby metro stations including Flamingo - Caesars Palace Monorail Station, Ballys and Paris Las Vegas Monorail Station, and Harrahs - Imperial Palace Monorail Station.