Las Vegas is a city that is meant to be seen, and nothing beats sitting out on a hotel room balcony watching the lights of Sin City come to life. Unfortunately, most Las Vegas hotels don’t offer balconies… or windows that open for that matter.
Fortunately, there are rooms in Las Vegas that come equipped with a balcony ready to accommodate those looking for some fresh air.
Below, I’ll dive into which Las Vegas hotels offer rooms with a balcony, both on the Strip and away from it.
Hotels On The Strip With a Balcony
Among my favorite Las Vegas hotels with a balcony, Cosmopolitan’s “Terrace Rooms” offer some of the best views of the Strip available. When booking, opt for a “Terrace Studio“, “Terrace Suite“, or “Wraparound Terrace Suite“.
Essentially, if the room title has “Terrace” in it, you’ll have a walk-out balcony allowing you to take in the city from an elevated perch.
Note that Cosmo’s base “City Room” and “City Studio” do not come equipped with a walk-out balcony.
All rooms at Polo Towers have a balcony, although they’re typically only large enough to fit a couple of chairs. That should be ok though as most don’t need much room for activities besides taking in the view.
Note that “Polo Tower Suites” have a view of the Strip, while “Polo Tower Villas” face the other direction.
Polo Towers are literally steps from the Strip and represent a great option if you want a room with a balcony that has a Strip view.
Although not overlooking the bright lights of the Strip, Tropicana offers a few different rooms with a balcony overlooking their tropical pool complex. Balcony rooms are clearly marked as such on booking websites, and when booking directly with the property.
The Signature at MGM Grand
Set behind MGM Grand just off the Las Vegas Strip, many rooms at The Signature at MGM Grand offer a balcony as an amenity.
While the base “Deluxe Suites” do not offer a balcony, their “Deluxe Balcony Suite“, and “One Bedroom Balcony Suites” do.
Although located off the Strip technically, The Signature at MGM Grand is connected to the MGM Grand, and thus, the Strip via an enclosed walkway.
An honorable mention, Linq offers a handful of “Poolside Cabana” Rooms that have a sliding door that opens to your own personal poolside cabana.
Amounting to a personal patio, each cabana comes equipped with seating, an outdoor TV, and even access to pool food & drink service.
While not a traditional balcony, this could be a legit option for those looking for easy access to the outdoors. See more details on Linq’s Poolside Cabana room, and check rates for your dates here.
Other Las Vegas Hotels With Balconies
The Platinum Las Vegas
The Platinum is located just off the Strip behind Bally’s and Cromwell on E. Flamingo Road. In addition to all rooms offering a balcony, Platinum is also alluring due to its proximity to Ellis Island which is a small casino next door with low minimums, player-friendly table game rules, and inexpensive food and drink options. Price out your dates, and view more details on The Platinum here.
Ellis Island Las Vegas
Speaking of Ellis Island, every room in Ellis’ small hotel offers a walk-out balcony. While they lack the stunning views of other options on the list, the balconies come equipped with a small table and a few chairs. Not a bad spot to enjoy a cocktail!
OYO Las Vegas
While not luxurious by any stretch of the imagination, OYO represents the cheapest option for reserving a hotel in Vegas with a balcony. All rooms located in OYO’s smaller “Bay View Tower” offer rooms with a balcony. While there isn’t a way to book a room with a balcony specifically online, we recommend requesting that tower when checking in. Pricing for your dates at OYO can be found here.
Tahiti Villiage Las Vegas
Located south of the Strip a ways, Tahiti Villiage is appealing in part due to the resort’s pool complex which has a lazy river. While Tahiti’s “Moorea Suites” do not have a walk-out balcony, their “Bora Bora” and “Royal Tahitian” Suites do.
Other Las Vegas Strip Hotel Rooms With Balconies
We should also mention that Caesars Palace, MGM Grand, Bellagio, and New York New York all have at least one high-end room option with a balcony. Those rooms are extremely limited and either difficult to come by or absurdly expensive (by our standards). Certainly, check them out though if you are looking to spend up for something top-tier.
While Las Vegas hotels with a balcony are becoming more and more challenging to find, there are still a few hotels that offer them as an amenity.
Of the above options, rooms at Cosmopolitan have been our favorite due to the space provided and breathtaking views. Whether your hotel room at Cosmo overlooks the Bellagio Fountains or the south end of the Las Vegas Strip, you simply can’t go wrong.
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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.