Romantic Hotels in Las Vegas
Las Vegas is no Paris or Venice when it comes to romance, but it’s not a bad comparison. Where else in the world can you dine at the top of the Eiffel Tower, take a gondola ride and get married by Elvis … all in one day?
Seriously, though, amidst all the slot machines, pool clubs and restaurants, there are places in Las Vegas to create a romantic getaway. If fact, many resorts put together romance-based packages that change with the seasons. If you’re interested in igniting a spark with that special someone, we recommend you start by booking a room at one of these romantic hotels.
Caesars Palace is all about relaxation. If you and your significant other want to melt away the stress together, consider booking a fantasy suite, each of which comes in a different theme with plenty of room to spread out. The Augustus Tower Spa Suite specifically offers all the amenities you could only otherwise imagine, including an infinity spa tub that overlooks the Strip. During the day, relax poolside at the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, a sophisticated and spacious area that includes six pools, each with a different purpose.
In the afternoon, choose from one of several couples spa treatments before heading out to dinner at one of the resort’s fine restaurants. Hyakumi Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar offers an array of fresh seafood and Rao’s serves the best in Italian fare. Both have a distinctly romantic flair.
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If you can’t ride the gondola’s through the canals in Venice, then do the next best thing. At the Venetian, you can walk the winding boulevards hand in hand, taking time to stop in the shops and watch the street performers in St. Mark’s Square. Linger on the bridges that cross the canals while the the gondoliers below sing to their passengers.
Consider booking a romantic couples spa treatment and then treat yourself to tickets for Phantom of the Opera, one of the most romantic shows on the Las Vegas Strip. The suites in the Venetian are outfitted with an array of amenities, regardless of which one you book. More lavish suites include jetted tubs and fireplaces. Ask for a room that overlooks the Strip.
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When it comes to the Bellagio, the real question is what is not romantic about this resort? Start your day with a couples massage package, which includes more than three hours worth of pampering and treatments. Take a stroll through the creatively sculpted, colorful botanical gardens that elicit youthful memories and a fond appreciation for detail. Bellagio’s pools are among the most romantic in Las Vegas, and spas, private cabanas and poolside massage treatments add to the allure. If you and your partner are looking for a dose of culture with your romantic getaway, take some time to check out the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art, which offers one of the finest selections of art in the Las Vegas valley.
In the evening, make plans to see O, one of Cirque du Soleil’s most popular show on the Las Vegas Strip, then head out for a romantic meal at one of the restaurants that overlooks the stunning Fountains of Bellagio. If possible, stay in a Grand Lakeview Suite, a 3,001-square-foot luxury suite with a view overlooking the fountains. Check for special packages, which include services such as a limo ride from McCarran International Airport, complimentary chocolate-covered strawberries and reservations for dinner at Picasso or Michael Mina.
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The closest thing to actually being in Paris is planning a romantic weekend at the Paris hotel in Las Vegas. The resort exudes romance, with an array of fine dining options and relaxing spa treatments. Hold hands as you wander up and down the charming avenues, poking in and out of the whimsical shops that make you feel like you’re actually visiting France. In the evening, eat dinner in the Eiffel Tower Restaurant, which overlooks the Las Vegas Strip, then snuggle in with your sweetheart as you enjoy a performance by Barry Manilow.
This resort knows it has something to offer when it comes to romance, and it’s common to find packages for such an escape. An example of such a romantic booking package includes admission for two to the Eiffel Tower Experience, 460 feet above the Strip and a stay in a luxury room for an extended weekend.
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With its soft lighting, plush carpet and sophisticated decor, The Wynn is a natural choice for a romantic weekend. Chances are you’ll want to reserve a resort room, a spacious accommodation outfitted with a pillowtop bed and deep soaking tub, but if you splurge for a tower suite, you’ll be pampered with a variety of additional amenities, including access to private pools, in-room massage services and stunning views of the Las Vegas Strip.
The Wynn offers an extensive array of spa services and such an intense collection of award-winning restaurants that you may have to plan another trip just to sample them all. Highlights include Alex, which serves up fine cuisine inspired by the French Riviera, and Okada, which offers an authentic Japanese dining experience. At night, make plans to see Le Reve, a whimsical and graceful water-inspired show in a 360-degree theater.
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Photo credits: Str1ke (Caesars Palace), Str1ke (Venetian), Heavenhated (Bellagio), David M* (Paris), kai (=herner) (Wynn)