The Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas received Forbes’ triple Five-Star awards this year for its hotel,
restaurant and spa.
The living room in an Apex Suite boasts seating and dining for eight guests and floor-to-ceiling views.
The Spa at Mandarin Oriental hosts a hammam (pictured),
vitality pool, nearly 20 treatments, and beauty and fitness offerings.
Guests can fine dine at MOzen Bistro or Forbes Five Star-awarded Twist by Pierre Gagnaire;
or enjoy a drink with views over the Strip at Mandarin Bar on the 23rd floor.
The Tea Lounge in the 23rd-floor Sky Lobby offers traditional English tea service at 12 p.m., 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. daily.
Wynn Las Vegas earned triple Forbes Five Stars for its hotel (Wynn Tower Suites),
spa (The Spa at Wynn) and restaurant (Wing Lei).
The Wynn Fairway Villas are one of six suite types in Wynn Tower and offer private balconies with views of the golf course.
The suites are more than 2,000 square feet with a slew of VIP amenities.
The Spa at Wynn earned Las Vegas’ first Forbes Five Star award for a spa,
and offers a full menu of massages, body treatments, facials and packages.
Wing Lei was the first Chinese restaurant in America to receive a Michelin star, among other accolades.
Chef Ming Yu combines Cantonese,
Shanghai and Szechuan influences into dishes such as wok-fried lobster and Peking duck.
The Spa at Encore Las Vegas also earns Forbes Five Stars and boasts a glamorous rejuvenation center,
slew of services and full salon.
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas may be known for music and pool parties,
but the AAA Four-Diamond property hosts a few luxurious touches and accolades from Las Vegas Weekly and OpenTable.
Hard Rock’s Harmon Tower penthouse offers sweeping views with floor-to-ceiling windows,
a swanky living and dining area, seven shower heads in the master bathroom,
and this whirlpool bath with iridescent tiles and access to the living space.
The Harmon Tower penthouse includes a private outdoor pool with views over Las Vegas.
Hard Rock’s Reliquary Spa & Salon hosts a Roman bathhouse.
The 4.5-acre pool area features multiple pools with varied cabana options.
The Venetian Las Vegas is a Forbes Four-Star resort with spacious suites,
10 pools and Canyon Ranch Spa.
A living room in a Chairman Suite features fine furniture,
Asian art and sweeping window views.
The Chairman Suite includes a Steinway piano and dining table for eight guests.
The Venetian hosts Tao, a restaurant, nightclub and beach club with this opulent dining room.
The Venetian offers 32 cabanas with a sofas, chaise lounges,
HD TVs, fans, refrigerators and more.
Trump International Hotel Las Vegas Monday, April 28.
The living and dining room in a three-bedroom penthouse features stunning views,
plush seating and a table for eight guests.
The master bathroom in a three-bedroom penthouse boasts three shower heads.
The Spa at Trump offers extensive massage, facial and beauty treatments.
The signature restaurant, DJT offers modern,
seasonal American fare from chef Sydney L. Jones,
chef de cuisine Vincent Green and sous chef Dexter Porter.
Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas offers 424 rooms and 81 suites on the 35th-39th floors of Mandalay Bay.
Four Seasons offers spectacular views from the top three floors,
such as these from the living area of a Valley View Suite.
The Forbes Four Star hotel has its own entrance with accommodations like this Presidential Suite bedroom.
A dining area in a Presidential Suite seats eight in a colorful, elegant setting.
The Spa at Four Seasons boasts Forbes Five Stars for a recent design renovation,
plus massages, wraps and even cupping therapy.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas offers 2,636 rooms and 323 suites in a central location on the Strip.
The Bungalow Suites feature three levels, a private terrace,
butler service, a media lounge and more.
A bungalow at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas boasts a private hot tub.
The Cosmopolitan’s Sahra Spa & Hammam has earned accolades from the Las Vegas Review-Journal,
Spafinder and Forbes (Four Star in 2017).
Breezy cabanas are available for rent at Cosmo’s Boulevard Pool.
MGM Grand Las Vegas Hotel & Casino offers something for every traveler,
including 51 Skyloft suites for VIPs.
The two-bedroom Skylofts are two stories.
The bathroom in a Skyloft suite features a double vanity and Whirlpool tub with an in-wall TV.
Two-bedroom Skylofts offer private jacuzzis with balcony views.
The Grand Spa features lounges, 30 treatment rooms,
saunas, whirlpools and a variety of packages.