In honor of the June 16th release of the movie, Think Like a Man, Too here is a collection of some of the best luxury hotels in Vegas, where you, too can have the time of your life. Think Like a Man, Too was filmed at Caesar’s Palace. Kevin Hart’s character, Cedric, is trying to win some major money to pay for his $40,000 suite at Caesar’s Palace.  He thought the suite was $4,000 a night. Truth be told, Caesar’s Palace actually does have a $40,000 a night villa. Caesars has three villas are 9,500 to 11,200 square feet with rates starting at $25,000 a night.

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Marcus Aurelius Paino Villa, Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment

 

Nevada indeed has something for nearly everyone, including those who like 5 star hotels in Vegas. If you are into luxury and five star or five diamond-level hotels, Las Vegas is your kind of place. Instead of reserving a regular room, why not go glam with a penthouse suite, a loft, or a luxury suite designed for the utmost of comfort? Having a girlfriend getaway, bachelorette party, bachelor party, birthday bash, or any other celebration in Vegas? Here are some luxury five star hotels/resorts  for the perfect  trip to the Las Vegas strip.

 

 The Trump International Hotel Las Vegas

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There’s no casino in the Trump in Las Vegas, and this fact alone can make it a nice place to getaway from the mayhem. The Trump isn’t on the strip, so you’ll have to walk a ways to get to shows and other entertainment on the strip. There is a mall nearby, though. The Fashion Show Mall is just a short walk (across the street) away fro the hotel. Just to get an idea of the rates, a superior one-bedroom suite was $231 per night for a weekend in July 2014. The rate for the lavish three-bedroom penthouse was $1,0350 per night. The penthouse has a spa tub, high-tech mirror in the bathroom, wireless internet (with IT assistance available) and large non-smoking rooms.

Photo courtesy of the Trump Tower

Photo courtesy of the Trump Tower

 

 

The Bellagio

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Photo courtesy of the Bellagio

Why opt for an ordinary hotel when you can stay in a villa at the exquisite Bellagio?  The AAA Five Diamond Bellagio resort has rooms, suites and luxury villas. The villas offer guests in-suite work out facilities, a kitchen, massage room, a formal dining room and a bar. The villas, range from 6,500 square feet to 8,000 square feet. They also feature both dry and steam saunas. Suites range from 853 square feet in the Stalone Suite to 4,075 square feet for the Chairman Suite. The Bellagio’s Villa One Suite is one of the luxurious suites in Vegas. High-roller guests have access to it via a private tunnel. Rates are not advertised, but you are probably looking at a rate of about $6,000 per night and up for Villa One.

Photo courtesy of the Bellagio

Photo courtesy of the Bellagio

Photo courtesy of the Bellagio

Photo courtesy of the Bellagio

 

The Venetian

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Photo courtesy of the Venetian

 

The 650-square-foot King suite ($369 per night)  at Venetian hotel has Roman tubs in the king suites and sunken living rooms. The suites have private work areas with a computer, scanner, and printer. There’s also high-speed internet service available (wired and wireless). The Venetian Palazzo complex is immense and has plenty of convenient shops and restaurants. There’s even a drugstore nearby, a Walgreens between the Venetian/Palazzo buildings.

 

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Photo courtesy of the Venetian

 

The Mandarin Oriental

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Photo courtesy of Mandarin Oriental

The sleek Mandarin Oriental in Vegas, located right across from the strip has 57 suites and 335 guest rooms.  One of the most luxurious suites is the Emperor Suite, is the Emperor Suite at 3,000 square feet books for about $15,000 per night. For a couples or a solo getaway, rates start at $225 per night for the smallest room, the Cityscape Room, which is 500 square feet and is available with two double beds or one king-sized bed.

Photo courtesy of the Mandarin Oriental

Photo courtesy of the Mandarin Oriental

 

Mandarin Oriental Vegas

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Aria

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Photo courtesy of the Aria

Rooms at the Aria feature a special controller that allows for manipulation of the lighting, room temperature, draperies and the TV. The corner-view rooms at the Aria give guests a view of both the strip and the mountains. Don’t feel safe, leaving your laptop or other valuables in your room? The Aria, five star hotel in Vegas, has a safe that is designed to fit your laptop and other precious items. The hotel also has security teams to help keep guests safe.  The Aria’s Sky Suites, pictured above are between 2,000 square feet and 7,000 square feet. Rates are $3,500 to $7,500 a night.

Photo courtesy of the Aria

Photo courtesy of the Aria

 

 

 MGM Grand

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Photo courtesy of the MGM Grand

Choose from among rooms, suites, and MGM’s Sky Lofts.  The MGM Sky Loft is the epitome of  5-star luxury. It comes with a personal butler, airport pick-up and transportation to the airport in a Rolls Royce, LCD TV in the bathroom mirror (so you can watch TV while you relax in the tub) and a shower steam room with multi jets in the shower.

The penthouse skyview suite is one of the finest suites offered at the MGM. The 1,200 foot suite has an over-sized marble Roman tub and a marbled powder room area. The dining room area seats four, and there’s a large living area as well. The larger suite, the 1,500 square-foot Skyline Marquee Suite has awesome views of the strip. This MGM suite has a 180 degree view.

Photo courtesy of the MGM Grand

Photo courtesy of the MGM Grand

 

 

The Vdara

Photo courtesy of The Vdara/Nancy Rubins

Photo courtesy of The Vdara/Nancy Rubins

The Vdara is a all-suite non-smoking luxury hotel. It’s also a non-gaming hotel, which means that it doesn’t have casinos. Like some of the other Vegas luxury hotels, the Vdara has suites, rooms and lofts. The lofts at the Vdara are available in two and three bedroom configurations. The city-view suite is a winner for a view of the neighboring Bellagio Fountains. The two-bedroom loft is made for those who want to entertain.   The lofts, located on the upper levels have two-story views of the strip. Amenities include (but are not limited to) a washer and dryer, four spa passes, a large spa-sized tub, and a full-sized refrigerator. Vdara loft guests also receive round-trip limo transportation to the airport.

Photo courtesy of Vdara

Photo courtesy of Vdara

 Palazzo

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Photo courtesy of the Palazzo Sands

Photo courtesy of the Palazzo

Photo courtesy of the Palazzo

You do not have to give up plush comfort for contemporary style at the Palazzo. The Palazzo and the Venetian are actually connected, but the Palazzo is newer than the Venetian. The Palazzo is an all-suite hotel with sunken living rooms remote controlled curtains. The luxury king suites have a small dining area that sits about three people. The suites have Roman tubs with separate showers.

Four Seasons Vegas

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Photo courtesy of the Four Seasons

Guests at the Four Seasons in Las Vegas have direct access to the Mandalay Beach and plenty of eating options at the Mandalay Bay Complex. There are at least 22 restaurants in the complex and Four Seasons guests have signing privileges at them.  At the beach Mandalay Beach, there are cabanas that you can rent along with daybeds and villas. The Four Seasons offers guests a lavish pool on the property (with two whirlpools) and attendants to keep the smoothies, ice water, and fruit coming. Four Season’s presidential strip view suite is 2,225 square feet large with a 55-inch TV and a separate living room and kitchen area. The kitchen has a full-sized refrigerator.

The Four Seasons Vegas

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Claudine Williams

Claudine Williams

Editor-in-Chief at Somewhere Luxurious
Claudine Williams has been published in the New York Times, the Miami Herald, Hotel Chatter, Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia, the Huffington Post, and various other publications. Claudine has a master's degree in Information Design and Communications. She believes that everyone deserves a trip to Somewhere Luxurious.
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