Las Vegas and its mythical casinos were born years before the heyday of the mythical Frank Sinatra when Tommy Hull decided to shape a place for the workers of the Union Pacific company installed in the city to spend their money.
However, it was Sinatra, the musical icon, who shaped Las Vegas under the concept of a comprehensive show, with large hotels and extravagant musical attractions. Even, in his time he became co-owner of the Sands casino.
Eccentric, exaggerated, and suitable options for the city of uncensored fun. Here is a route of hotels that he would visit in the city of endless partying.
1 – The favorite
The Wynn Encore Giga Resort is giant. It covers 87 hectares in the northeast of Las Vegas Boulevard. Along with the adjacent Encore, the Wynn complex has 4748 rooms, making it the seventh-largest hotel in the world.
It is also the favorite of the city in the tourist guides that choose the best in the world. They awarded more Five-Stare prizes to Wynn and its sister property, Encore, than to any other resort and casino in the world.
Extravagantly cool, it boasts an on-site 18-hole professional tournament-friendly golf course, the only one on the Las Vegas Strip. If you like spectacular attractions, Le Rêve is an aquatic-inspired hotel that uses almost 4 million liters of water.
2 – The Movie Star
Luxor is the iconic pyramid tower of Las Vegas has been a symbol of the city since its opening in 1993. The iconic pyramid-shaped tower is named after Egypt’s city, ancient Thebes. It plays with the Egyptian imprint inside and out.
Because of this, the hotel has appeared in numerous films, including 1996’s Mars Attacks. Since its opening nearly three decades ago, it has undergone a couple of renovations.
Another epic detail of the hotel is the Luxor Sky Beam, the strongest beam of light in the world. It shoots from the top of the tower directly into the sky, making it visible from all over Las Vegas, a good compass in case you get lost.
3- Luxury in capital letters
Four Seasons Hotel is a 43-story luxury resort and casino on the Strip. It is located within the Mandalay Bay Tower, occupying five floors (35–39). The AAA’s five-star and five-diamond ratings are no coincidence.
Luxurious rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Strip and mountains and exclusive marble bathrooms. In addition, visitors have exclusive access to Mandalay Beach, a 4.5-hectare pool area with giant waves that uses 60 million liters of water.
For those looking for something more austere, there is the European-style pool, called Moorea, where topless is allowed.
4 – The Beloved of Hollywood
Inspired by the town of Bellagio on Lake Como, this hotel of the same name is famous for its tourist attraction, the Fountains. They are the third-largest in the world after in recent years The Dubai Fountain and The Fountain in Okada Manila have taken the crown. However, it remains one of the biggest shows in Las Vegas.
Another exclusive that belongs to it is the cirque du Soleil show ‘O’ that is based in the hotel’s theater. In addition to the pleasant neoclassical Roman interiors and luxurious suites overlooking the fountains, this hotel has some of the best swimming pools in the city and the visit of the famous cinema.
5 -The Italian extravagance
The inspiration of the Venetian Hotel is the world of canals, gondolas, marble, and Venetian Gothic architecture, a place that stands out for being a replica of the world-famous Italian city of bridges.
In a crazy young city full of mega casino complexes, places like St. Mark’s Campanile, the Eiffel Tower, the Great Sphinx of Giza, or the Statue of Liberty fit perfectly well. So what’s so special about the Venetian Hotel? For starters, there’s the Grand Canal Shoppes, where you can browse alongside luxury shops on a gondola.
If that hasn’t been enough, there you can find the extraordinary collection of the Guggenheim Hermitage Museum, inside the complex. Super luxurious suites are almost twice the size of the average in Las Vegas.
6 – An oasis in the desert
It was operating under the Hard Rock Hotel brand for two and a half decades before closing for a complete renovation that involved an investment of $200 million. It is now part of the Virgin Hotels chain.
The hotel opened its doors on the night of March 25, 2021. The 1,504 renovated rooms were distributed in three buildings: Canyon Tower, Opal Tower, and Ruby Tower.
His preferences are oriented to a certain elegance according to the environment, but based on the inspirations of the nearby desert. The unmissable? The beds in the rooms are the best in town, by design and size.
7 – The largest in the country
MGM Grand The Mansion And Skylofts is a luxury piece of the world’s third-largest hotel complex and the largest single hotel in the U.S.
With a staggering 6,852 rooms, The Mansion offers 29 villas reserved for millionaires, celebrities, and casino guests ranging from $5,000 to $35,000 per night.
The top two floors of the main building are occupied by SKYLOFTS at MGM Grand. This is where all the extraordinary and somewhat crazy suites are located with a slightly lower price than The Mansion, ranging from $2,000 to $10,000 a night. Endless bathtubs, personal butlers, and unparalleled views of the city.