Located at the far south end of the Strip, Mandalay Bay offers a quieter, less hectic location than properties in the middle of the Strip. I recently stayed in, and reviewed, their 1 bedroom Penthouse Sky View Suite and look forward to giving you a look inside.
I've traditionally steered clear of Vdara due to the fact the hotel lacks a casino. I was wrong. Vdara offers a modern, stylish room product and is mere steps away from Aria's gaming floor and other Strip resorts.
Wynn is synonymous with luxury and having the opportunity to review one of their baseline Resort King rooms was a real treat. In addition to an upscale room product, Wynn offers unique floral photo opportunities, diverse dining options, and a stunning pull complex.
The newest resort on the Strip offers hotel rooms under the Hilton, Conrad, and Crockfords brands which are listed in order of level of luxury you can expect. I recently had the opportunity to check out a Conrad branded room, and look forward to sharing my experience.
Cromwell is a small, boutique hotel in the middle of the Strip and has been on my "to stay at" list for some time. Finally, their Luxury Room popped up as a complementary option in the Caesars Rewards portal and I jumped at the opportunity.
Circa is the newest resort on Fremont Street and packs a luxurious punch when compared to other offerings downtown. In addition to a modern and upscale room product, Circa also boasts a stunning rooftop pool deck, cavernous sportsbook, and so much more.
Sporting a distinctly green hue, El Cortez's Cabana Suites are located in a separate building across the street from the casino. Because of their location, they tend to be some of the quieter rooms on Fremont Street.