A 1-bedroom suite in Las Vegas separates the bedroom from the living and dining areas of the accommodation, providing a more residential feel.
The reasons for wanting a separate bedroom are numerous and range from wanting additional privacy to having a quiet place to sleep while others in the group plan to be awake.
A good number of 1-bedroom suites even have a second bathroom in the living area, which comes in handy when hosting another couple, or a small group.
I thought it would be helpful to outline your 1-bedroom suite options in Las Vegas, with links to view additional details, availability, and pricing.
1-Bedroom Suites on the Strip
The Mirage’s Tower Suite comes equipped with 1,251 square feet of space, a separate bedroom, an updated bathroom, and a dining/living area that has a sectional couch.
A step above, The Mirage also offers a 1-Bedroom Penthouse Suite that offers a bathroom equipped with both a shower and bathtub, a separate bedroom with a king bed, and a combined living/dining area.
The Bellagio Suite offers a separate bedroom, just over 1,000 square feet of space, a separate living area, a 2-person whirlpool tub, and a steam shower.
Snag a view of the Bellagio Fountains with the 1-Bedroom Lakeview Suite. In addition to amazing scenery, you’ll also enjoy over 2,000 square feet, a separate bedroom with a king bed, a steam shower, and a 2-person soaking whirlpool tub.
Of course, there is also a separate living area with plenty of space to entertain.
1-Bedroom Sky Suites at Aria boast modern and swanky design elements in addition to 1,050 square feet of space, a powder room, a separate bedroom, an “advanced” entertainment system, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
A step above the Sky Suite is Aria’s 1-Bedroom Penthouse which offers a Strip view, over 1,400 square feet, a separate living area, and even free airport transportation. While not the cheapest 1-bedroom suite in Vegas, Aia’s penthouse packs a luxurious punch.
Vdara offers upscale, modern accommodations without the hustle and bustle of a smoky casino on the first floor. While many bristle at the thought of staying at a non-gaming hotel in Vegas, Vdara is mere steps away from the action at both Aria and Bellagio.
Vdara’s City Corner Suite offers over 800 square feet of space and uncommon amenities including a washer & dryer, 4-burner stove, microwave, and a full-sized refrigerator.
Additionally, Vdara’s Executive Corner Suite offers a separate bedroom in addition to a full kitchen, washer & dryer, dining area, and powder room.
I recently stayed in one of Vdara’s Studio Parlor rooms (which don’t have a separate bedroom) and thoroughly enjoyed my experience at the resort. I’d highly recommend it.
Park MGM’s Skylark Suite offers a separate bedroom, living area, and 900 square feet of space. It’s important to also note that the sectional couch in the living room has a pull-out queen bed as well.
New York New York
Nestled behind New York New York’s distinct facade is the 1-Bedroom Luxury Suite, which offers 1,100 square feet of space. Also included in the room is a dining room table, a separate living area, and a wet bar. Of the 1-bedroom suites on the Strip, this one tends to be among the least expensive options.
A step up, New York New York’s Penthouse Suite also comes equipped with a separate bedroom in addition to 1,100 square feet, a separate living area, a wet bar, and a distinct NYC vibe.
A comparatively inexpensive option, Excalibur’s Resort Luxury Suite offers a separate bedroom, living area, a deep soaking tub, and 682 square feet of space. While lacking many of the upscale “bells and whistles” of other 1-bedroom room options on the list, Excalibur is a solid baseline option for those on a budget.
Found in Luxor’s towers as opposed to within the Pyramid, the Tower One Bedroom Suite offers 780 Square feet, a separate living area, a bedroom, 2 TVs, a shower, a wet bar, and a tub.
A rung above the Tower Suite, Luxor’s Tower Elite One Bedroom Suite offers slightly more space at just over 1,000 square feet, a separate bedroom, living area, fridge, and floor-to-ceiling windows. A rarity in Vegas, the suite even comes equipped with a coffee maker.
Anchoring the south end of the Las Vegas Strip, Mandalay offers an impressive 1-Bedroom Sky View Suite that has a living area with seating for up to 10 people, a separate bedroom, and a wet bar that includes a coffee maker.
We recently stayed in this exact room and you can see our Penthouse Sky View Suite review here!
MGM Grand’s Tower One-Bedroom Suite has 775 square feet of space, a separate bedroom, a living area with a pull-out couch, and 2 TVs.
The newly renovated Mountain Junior Executive Suite offers a bedroom separate from the living area. At 580 square feet, the room lacks the seating capacity that some of the larger options on this rundown offer, but could still be a good option for those looking for some separation.
Caesars Palace’s Forum Petite Suite offers a separate bedroom and 800 square feet of space. The living room comes equipped with a large sectional couch and a chair. In the bathroom, you’ll find a rain shower and jetted tub.
Caesars also offers a Julius Studio Suite, which has a separate bedroom, living area, work desk, and a modern feel with the pops of yellow that their Julius Tower is known for.
I recently stayed in and reviewed the Julius Studio Suite at Caesars Palace – Check it out before booking!
Both Linq’s King Suite & Deluxe Queen Suite offer a separate bedroom. The living area comes equipped with a sectional couch and a wet bar with 2 stools. At 690 square feet, Linq’s 1-Bedroom suite isn’t the biggest, but it is one of your least expensive options.
Among the more affordable 1-bedroom suites in Las Vegas, Flamingo’s Flamingo Junior Suite offers a private bedroom attached to a small but separate living area. The room only weighs in at 550 square feet, but the price is right.
Built to impress, Cromwell’s Boulevard Suite offers a dining area, living room, wet bar, and even a vintage pinball machine. Uniquely, the 1-bedroom suite also offers a full-sized fridge.
The Resort Premium Suite at Horseshoe comes with a whopping 1,500 square feet, a separate bedroom, a 6-seat dining table, and enough seating to entertain up to 20 people.
Complete with 860 square feet, Paris’ Burgundy Executive Suite offers a separate bedroom, living room, and a wet bar. Recently renovated, the Burgundy Executive Suite is as aesthetically pleasing as it is functional.
With 823 square feet of space, Tropicana’s Club Suite offers a separate bedroom, dry bar, fridge, and a “residential” feel.
Located smack dab in the middle of the Strip, Cosmopolitan’s Terrace One Bedroom suite offers 610 total square feet of space, amazing views of Las Vegas, and a 2-person Japanese soaking tub that overlooks the Strip.
Tough to go wrong with this one, folks.
TI offers an Executive Suite that is equipped with 830 square feet of space, a separate bedroom, 2 bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a living area.
Luxury like that at Wynn doesn’t come cheap, and the Wynn Tower Suite Parlor is no exception. The suite boasts 1,280 square feet, 507 thread count sheets, and Italian Marble. Of course, it also has a bedroom and separate living area.
The One Bedroom Suite at Plaza can be found on their upper floors, meaning you’ll have a view of either the Strip or surrounding mountains. Other amenities include a coffee maker, 650 square feet, and either one king or two queens. It’s a basic room, but it does the trick.
The newest, and nicest, resort on Fremont Street offers an impressive selection of rooms and suites. Among them is the Circa Suite which offers 867 square feet of space, tablet technology, a living room and bar seating. While it’ll rank among the more expensive options downtown, there’s a reason.
Hopefully, I was able to point you in the direction of a 1-Bedroom suite in Las Vegas that meets your needs!
A separate bedroom and living area can provide both additional privacy, and the perfect spot to host a small gathering before hitting the town.
See Also: 2 & 3 Bedroom suites in Las Vegas.
I’m a former software salesman turned Vegas aficionado. While the craps table is my preferred habitat, I pull myself away to explore new attractions, shows, restaurants, and outdoor activities around Las Vegas with the intent of sharing my experiences.
Ultimately, I just want to help folks plan a better trip and save a few bucks in the process.