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Where to stay in Las Vegas? Best Areas + Hotels

Looking for the best place to stay in Las Vegas?

Follow the guide, we have tested, listed and detailed for you the best areas to stay in Las Vegas as well as the best accommodation in this American city that never sleeps.

Thinking of staying in Las Vegas? Sin City is a fantastic place to get away from it all, thanks to its affordable cost of living, its incredible nightlife and its many activities. If you’re getting ready to stay in Nevada’s biggest city, follow the guide, we’ve selected for you our favourite areas to stay in Las Vegas.

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Here are the best areas to stay in Las Vegas, with hotels ranging from high-end to budget. They all have great reviews and are in great locations!

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Where to sleep in Las Vegas for the first time: The Strip

Looking for the best neighborhood to sleep in Las Vegas the first time? When you think of Las Vegas, you immediately think of casinos, crazy nightlife, a lively atmosphere and bustling neighbourhoods. If you’re visiting Las Vegas for the first time, I highly recommend staying in the heart of the city, where all the fun and entertainment is.

The Las Vegas Strip, which is the centre of the city, is where all the casinos, gourmet restaurants, noisy nightclubs and lavish 5-star hotels are located. In fact, it’s the centre of the best things to do in Las Vegas!

It’s also where you’ll find famous landmarks like the Eiffel Tower and the 550-foot-high High Roller observation wheel.

But there’s more to the Las Vegas Strip than bright lights and flashy billboards. It’s also where you’ll find world-famous brands like Dolce & Gabbana and Gucci. Alongside the casinos and luxury boutiques are gourmet restaurants. With so much to choose from, the Strip really is made for those who want to enjoy a night in splendour mode.

Best hotels to stay at on the Las Vegas Strip

Upscale Las Vegas hotel

The Palazzo at The Venetian: This 5-star hotel and casino is an attraction in its own right due to its size and interior replica of the Grand Canal in Venice. With marble decorated rooms, a complimentary shuttle service and an area opposite attractions such as the High Roller and Caesars Palace, it will easily exceed your expectations of Las Vegas hotels! See price and availability.

Best value for money

❤️ Marriott’s Grand Chateau: Hotel with a gambling-free environment, spacious rooms, outdoor pool and no resort fee! See price and availability.

Cheap hotel

Strip Walk: Private flat with a large sofa and modern decor, perfect for relaxation. See price and availability.

Flat

The Signature at MGM: Private flat with access to the best luxuries of the MGM Grand Hotel (the largest hotel in the United States). See price and availability.

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What to do and see on the Strip?

  • Travel the world in a day by visiting replicas of iconic international attractions such as New York, the Venetian and the Eiffel Tower.
  • See the world of Las Vegas from above on the High Roller observation wheel.
  • Zip-line over the Strip
  • Admire the aquatic spectacle of the Bellagio fountains.
  • Enjoy a meal with a view at the famous SkyPod rotating restaurant.
  • Take in a Cirque du Soleil show.
  • Party the night away at the Mandalay Bay Resort.

Where to stay cheap in Las Vegas: Downtown

Do you want to sleep in the best cheap district in Las Vegas and be at the heart of the action?

Downtown Las Vegas is the place to be! Home to the famous Fremont Street and the Arts District cultural district, Downtown offers a wide range of restaurants, bars, cafes, museums, art galleries and much more to keep residents busy – plus, it’s a burgeoning centre for tech start-ups!

Head to Downtown Container Park, a shopping centre built from shipping containers, with shops like DTLV Merch and JoJo’s Jerky.

Try your hand at poker or slot machines at iconic Las Vegas casinos such as Four Queens and Golden Gate.

Visit the Mob Museum to learn more about the era of organised crime in Las Vegas and sample a Prohibition-era cocktail at the Underground Exhibit.

Grab brunch favourites like chicken fried steaks and cinnamon biscuits at Eat. Grab a Reuben-ish or Fluff and Nut sandwich at The Goodwich. Go for a drink at the pop culture-themed Millennium Fandom Bar, where you can try cocktails like the BB-8 or Deadpool Mule. Or head to the Atomic Liquors dive bar, known for its long list of draft beers and delicious Whiskey Bread Pudding.

This area of Las Vegas is also full of hotels, from the cheapest to the most luxurious, to suit all travellers!

Best places to stay in Downtown

Upscale

Circa Resort & Casino – Adults Only: The spacious rooms of this 4-star hotel-casino are a perfect representation of its offerings beyond suites. With an upscale theatre, casino, restaurant and outdoor pool, this is one of the ideal Las Vegas hotels for a couples trip. See price and availability.

Best value for money

❤️ Downtown Grand Hotel: Aesthetically pleasing room with fabulous decor, colour palettes and outdoor pool. See price and availability.

Cheap hotels in Las Vegas

The D Las Vegas: With an outdoor pool and comfortable rooms, you can’t go wrong with this budget offer. See price and availability.

Flat

Historic Mid Century Mod : Step back from modern society and enjoy history with this mid-century themed flat. See price and dispos.

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5 things to do and see in Downtown

  • The Broad
  • Walt Disney Concert Hall
  • Grand Central Market
  • STAPLES Center
  • GRAMMY Museum

Where to stay in Las Vegas with your family: Summerlin

This area is perfect for families who want to sleep in a more suburban setting. Not only does this area offer large Spanish colonial-style homes and budget hotels, it also has tons of green space and breathtaking views of Red Rock Canyon and the Spring Mountains. And with a variety of shopping centres, cafés, parks and restaurants, you’ll never get bored in Summerlin!

Enjoy lunch and visit shops like Banana Republic, Crate + Barrel and H&M in downtown Summerlin.

Attend the annual Summerlin Arts Festival to see paintings and sculptures by local artists.

Sample Southern specialties like crawfish, fried crab legs and other Cajun fare at Lola’s. Try Chef Laura’s ravioli and tiramisu at the cozy Italian restaurant My Mother’s Kitchen. Order a guacamole burrito or cheese enchilada with refreshing homemade margaritas at Mexican restaurant El Burrito.

Best places to stay with your family in Las Vegas

Upscale

Circa Resort & Casino – Adults Only: The spacious rooms at this 4-star hotel-casino are a perfect representation of its offerings beyond suites. With an upscale theatre, casino, restaurant and outdoor pool, this is one of the ideal Las Vegas hotels for a couples trip. See price and availability.

Best value for money

❤️ Downtown Grand Hotel: Aesthetically pleasing room with fabulous decor, colour palettes and outdoor pool. See price and availability.

Cheap hotels in Las Vegas

The D Las Vegas: With an outdoor pool and comfortable rooms, you can’t go wrong with this budget offer. See price and availability.

Flat

Historic Mid Century Mod : Step back from modern society and enjoy history with this mid-century themed flat. See price and dispos.

🌃 Find other accommodation at the best price

5 things to do and see in Rancho Charleston

  • Rampart Casino
  • Lake Jacquelinea
  • Hualapai Canyon
  • Pueblo Park
  • Kellogg Zaher football complex

The place to stay in Las Vegas as a couple: Rancho Charleston

Are you planning to stay in Las Vegas as a couple? Rancho Charleston is the ideal place to stay for couples!

This area of Las Vegas is renowned for its eclectic Mid-Century Modern and affordable ranch-style homes. Rancho Charleston is also a favourite with backpackers, as it’s close to almost everything: downtown, the arts district, the Strip, McCarran International Airport and much more!

Shop at shops like Macy’s, Express and Victoria’s Secret at the Meadows Shopping Centre.

Head to Springs Preserve and enjoy over 180 hectares of nature trails. Visit Michael Jackson’s former home, now known as Thriller Villa. Play blackjack, craps and roulette at Palace Station Hotel & Casino.

Enjoy a giant omelette or a slice of banana bread at the Omelet House. Try the iced coffee, Peach Pizzaz smoothie, or nibble on the delicious lobster melt at the Coffee Pub. Visit the old-fashioned steakhouse Herbs & Rye, where you can order a Flat Iron Steak and accompany it with a Brown Derby cocktail. Head to Biwon for all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue dishes, such as garlic beef belly or marinated short ribs. Or sip original island-themed cocktails, such as the Surf Dragon and Lava Letch, at Frankie’s Tiki Room tiki bar.

Best hotels for couples in Las Vegas

Top-of-the-range hotel in Las Vegas

The Palazzo at The Venetian: This 5-star hotel and casino is an attraction in its own right due to its size and interior replica of the Grand Canal in Venice. With marble decorated rooms, complimentary shuttle service and an area across the street from attractions like the High Roller and Caesars Palace, it will easily exceed your expectations of Las Vegas hotels! See price and availability.

Best value for money

❤️ Marriott’s Grand Chateau: Hotel with a gambling-free environment, spacious rooms, an outdoor pool and no resort fee! See price and availability.

Cheap hotel

Strip Walk: Private flat with a large sofa and modern decor, perfect for relaxation. See price and availability.

Flat

The Signature at MGM: Private flat with access to the best luxuries of the MGM Grand hotel (the largest hotel in the United States). See price and availability.

🌃 Find other accommodation at the best price

5 things to do and see in Rancho Charleston

  • Meadows Shopping Center
  • Desert Crossing
  • Herbs & Rye
  • Macy’s, Express
  • Springs Preserve

Where to stay in Las Vegas for peace and quiet: Green Valley South

If you’re looking for a quiet area to stay in Las Vegas that also has plenty of green space, check out Green Valley South in the suburb of Henderson.

Here you’ll find Spanish Colonial and Adobe homes, luxury flats and affordable townhouses around golf courses and along palm-lined streets. Green Valley South is also ten minutes from McCarran International Airport and just off I-215!

Take an afternoon hike or picnic in Cornerstone Park. Book a tee time at Legacy Golf Club, then grab a bite to eat at the Legacy Grill after playing the par 72 course.

Book a massage or facial at Green Valley Ranch Spa. Shop at Pottery Barn, Athleta and Chico’s at The District at Green Valley Ranch.

See blockbusters, animated films and other new releases at the Regal Green Valley Ranch Cinema.

Visit Fanny’s Bistro & Deli for Italian dishes like spinach lasagna and the Hero Italian sandwich. Order original hot dog creations like the Jalapeno Popper or the Mac & Cheese at Steamie Weenie. Or try a cheese and meat board with a flight of old-world white wine or an old-fashioned cocktail at The Local wine bar.

5 things to see and do in Green Valley South

  • Haven Golf Course
  • Joyner-Green Valley Library
  • Green Valley Art Gallery and Studio
  • Quail Creek Country Club
  • Canoa Ranch Golf Club

Neighbourhoods to avoid in Las Vegas

Cultural Corridor

Cultural Corridor was home to the Reed Whipple Cultural Center, which closed in 2011, but it’s still a fascinating place to go if you like pinatas or want to visit the Neon Museum. Just be careful when you’re here, as it’s also one of the most dangerous areas of Las Vegas.

The problems in the Cultural Corridor area are both violent and non-violent. Assaults due to drunken brawls are fairly common, as are robberies. Vehicle theft, in particular, is reputed to be rife in this area. If you choose to visit this area, make sure you don’t end up in a bar brawl. They tend to be quite common here.

Downtown East

This is one of the least safe areas of Las Vegas. With a violent crime rate of 968 per 100,000 residents, muggings are a fairly common problem here. You’re 1.5 times more likely to be a victim of violent crime here than in a typical neighbourhood.

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