9 Luxury Boutique Hotels in Las Vegas You May Not Know About
9 Las Vegas Luxury Boutique Hotels You May Not Know About
Trying to avoid the usual massive strip hotels on your trip to Las Vegas Market this summer? Turn your visit into the ultimate getaway by staying at one of these 9 luxury boutique hotels in Las Vegas (many “hotels inside hotels”) you may have never heard of.
With stunning interior design, exclusive access and the highest level of service these boutique hotels are Las Vegas’ crown jewels! Although by definition a boutique hotel is small and chic, these hotels do boutique Las Vegas style – not small by most standards, but rather scaled down on a Vegas scale and personalized for visitors who don’t like lodging with the masses and who are looking for a unique experience.
Perhaps these are bit much for your business trip to Las Vegas Market taking place July 30th to August 3rd, 2017, but perhaps they could be a great way to indulge and make a unique summer vacation out of your visit, or at the very least their interiors and hospitality concepts are sure to provide some inspiration!
Size: 400 rooms, 81 suites – the first true luxury hotel-within-a-hotel on the Las Vegas strip which elegantly occupies floors 35 to 39 of the Mandalay Bay
Style: Elegant with high quality finishes.
Coming & Going: Separate porte-cochere entrance and check-in
Dining: Two secluded restaurants – Verandah and Charlie Palmer Steak that is open to all, but caters to Four Seasons guests.
Exclusive Amenities: Quiet private pool where attendants will spritz water on sunbathers upon request!
GET THE LOOK: Check out KOKET’s Allue dining table
Style: Decadent Parisian, Intimate
Interior Detail to Note: A one-way shower glass that doubles as a full-length mirror in the room!
Exclusive Amenities: Sit-down check-in stations, complementary coffee and flavored waters on every guest floor, and a fabulous 11th floor rooftop pool with great views of the Bellagio Fountains.
Dining: Giada, the spectacular 260-seat Italian restaurant from celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis.”
Size: 181 rooms nestled inside the sprawling, 4,000-room Caesars Palace
Style: Far East zen – picture cherry blossoms and carved wood
Designer: Rockwell Group
Owners: Famed Japanese chef and restaurateur Nobu and Robert Deniro (who visits frequently)
Dining: Guests receive priority seating at the Nobu Restaurant and lounge, the largest of the namesake chef’s 30 eateries worldwide. Also available only to Nobu room guests is a 24-hour, in-room dining menu featuring highlights from the Nobu menu.
MANDARIN ORIENTAL LAS VEGAS
Size: 47-stories, 392 rooms
Style: Asian elegance as seen in this bedroom filled with luxury furniture and glamorous details
Designer: Adam Tihany
Dining: French molecular gastronomy pioneer Pierre Gagnaire provides this boutique hotel in Las Vegas luxury dining at Twist.
Drinks: The 23rd-floor Mandarin Bar has become one of the hippest places on the Strip to have a cocktail.
Size: 51 two-story apartments on the 29th & 30th floor of the MGM Grand
Style: Modern luxe
Exclusive Amenities: Average of eight TVs per unit, 24-hour butler service, 15 different styles of pillows to choose from, a champagne-bubble tub, and a shower-turned-steam room.
Dining: Joël Robuchon restaurant – glamorous interior design, amazing food and service.
Coming & Going: Rolls-Royce Ghost limo to a private entrance and up a VIP elevator.
To Note: Guests of the SKYLOFTS get their own business cards and personalized stationery during their stay.
*The ultimate luxury boutique hotel, a one-of-a-kind experience that KOKET cannot wait to indulge in and let love happen!*
Size: 29 huge villas, enclosed 125-foot atrium attached to MGM, yet completely hidden from outside view or access
Style: Florentine opulence
Coming & Going: Unlimited transport in Rolls Royce Phantoms in and out of unmarked gated entrance and private motor court – no taxis allowed.
Exclusive Amenities: Personal full time butlers, original works of art, private pools, private gyms, beauty salons, baby grand pianos, media rooms and much more.
Size: 442 suites and rooms above the 25th floor of the massive Aria hotel
Style: Dramatic elegance
Coming & Going: Separate indoor and outdoor entrances to the hotel and casino,
Dining: Bar Masa, Julian Serrano, and Jean Georges Steakhouse, among others.
Exclusive Amenities: Hermes amenities, in-suites saunas, complimentary hybrid limo service to and from the airport, and even iPads and laptops.
VILLAS AT THE MIRAGE
Size: Unknown number of private villas and lanais hidden in an outdoor complex at the Mirage. Largest villa starts at 2 bedrooms and 7,000 sqft. Lanais are 1 bedroom and start at 2,650 sq ft.
Coming & Going: Limo airport transfer to a separate gated entrance and VIP check-in.
Exclusive Amenities: Butlers, free access to Mirage spa, private pools, personal putting greens, expansive outdoor living spaces with misters, music, and flat screens, Moton Brown amenities, fireplaces, and Apple products.
To Note: The villas were previously not available for rent, and only used as a freebie for high-rolling gamblers.
WYNN TOWER SUITES
Size: 296-unit sub-hotel of Wynn Las Vegas
Style: Transitional glamour
Coming & Going: A private entrance and check-in
Exclusive Amenities: Tower Suites pools and private terrace, daily breakfast for two at Tableau, expansive bathrooms with super-large Turkish bath towels and a proprietary line of lemongrass-scented toiletries.
To Note: Steve Wynn lives in a stunning 4,500-square-foot villa, featured in Architectural Digest, one of the Fairway Villas that make up the ground floor of the Tower Suites.
For more luxurious stay options in Las Vegas, check out HotelsCombined’s blog post on 19 Most Romantic Las Vegas Hotels for Couples!
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