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In addition to the amazing megaresorts that line the Las Vegas Strip, there are plenty of hidden treasures for those who prefer smaller, intimate lodging. When booking your next vacation or business trip, consider staying at one of Vegas' boutique hotels, which are exactly that.
Located directly across from the Hard Rock Hotel
and Casino, the two-story, 149-room Rumor Boutique Hotel is one of the newest all-suite boutique hotels in town and is decked out with modern design details and amenities like private balconies and elevated, in-room soaking tubs. Each of the Fantastic Four mega-suites face a 30,000-square-foot courtyard, decorated with hammock-strung swaying palm trees, grassy knolls and pools, hand-painted murals and oversized patios.
For a gothic-artsy feel, check out the Artisan Hotel. This 21+ hotel features an ambiance of mystery and no two rooms or suites are alike. As a guest, you can enjoy access to their European-style pool and free admission to Artisan nightlife with one of the most popular after-hours clubs in town. Ceilings inside the Artisan are covered with paintings, with each room containing recreations of famous works of art, making each room unique and special.
For an upscale night away, check out MGM Grand's Skylofts, which feature modern lofts and a 24-hour butler. Mandalay Bay's THEhotel - with its 725-square-foot suites -- offer unparalleled comfort with easy access to everything the Strip has to offer, and the Four Seasons, conveniently located next to Mandalay Bay, offers residential-style suites and unrivaled amenities such as house car service, twice-daily housekeeping and multilingual concierge.
Just off the Strip, the vintage Aruba Hotel and Spa features the Thunderbird Lounge, which has been offering live entertainment for the past 50 years. The 255-room Platinum Hotel offers guests gourmet kitchens and whirlpool tubs. The historic, recently renovated Royal Resort Hotel, known for being funky and fun, is home to the trendy Barrymore - an American classic restaurant known for being both approachable and unpretentious.
Downtown is home to several unique hotels including the Cabana Suites at the El Cortez featuring inviting colors and chic design, and the updated Gold Spike boutique hotel featuring poolside rooms with a throwback to classic Vegas motor-lodges! One of the town's oldest hotels, The Golden Gate Hotel, has remodeled their original rooms with views of Fremont Street and also designed new, modern suites in a mid-rise tower.
Enjoy your next vacation or business trip in style and luxury!