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In the case of Las Vegas lodging, the properties hold themselves to high standards on a massive scale.
The Venetian Resort and The Palazzo at The Venetian Resort, respectively, have the largest number of rooms as a unit. The duo is often considered one of the largest resort properties in America, and MGM Grand doesn’t come in too far behind. At one time it was the biggest single hotel in the world, totaling over 6,000 rooms and almost seven million collective feet of square footage. Wynn Las Vegas and Encore at Wynn are also sprawling, award-winning resorts that have been recognized for everything from their bars and restaurants to their top-tier reputation.
The high star ratings are another indication, and they boast the offerings to match. Designer products are present everywhere, from the luxury retail shops to the name-brand bath products in the suite restrooms. Names like Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Armani, Balenciaga and Tiffany’s are no strangers to Strip resorts, and celebrity chefs rule the roost with their restaurant offerings and collaborations.
What truly makes these resorts special are the one-of-a-kind offerings that only exist within the resorts themselves. Unique art and exhibits sprinkled throughout the lobbies and casinos add to the fun—so catching sight of a giant shoe or abstract sculpture isn’t unusual. Take the avant-garde into the theaters, where Spiegelworld and other production companies put on shows to dazzle even the hardest to impress.
Come experience the resorts of Las Vegas for yourself. Book a room, suite or villa with On The Strip and start your vacation on the right track. When you stay in the middle of the action, you become part of the action, which is exactly what Las Vegas has to offer within all of its resorts and hotels.
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FAQs about Resorts
What resorts are on the Strip in Las Vegas?
There are dozens of resorts on the Strip. To book a room, visit our Las Vegas hotels page to read more information.
Do I pay resort fees in Las Vegas?
Many resorts do require guests to pay resort fees, but some hotels on the Strip do no have resorts fees.