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Boutique Hotels

Boutique Hotels may not be the first thing to come to mind when Las Vegas is mentioned, but they are increasingly becoming a popular form of accommodation in the city.

A beautiful boutique hotel forms the basis of an unforgettable Vegas vacation, and the city does not disappoint.

Best Las Vegas Boutique Hotels & Small Luxury On-Strip Accommodation

Start with Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace; a delightful Japanese-themed hotel that provides respite from Las Vegas’ endless entertainment. The warm ambiance, coupled with the vibrant artwork, makes for the perfect place to unwind. The former Centurion Tower boasts amenities such as a special room service menu that includes the delectable yuzu soba pancakes, a fitness center, and a private lounge.

Aria Sky is a popular boutique hotel that offers a fanciful experience for visitors the moment they touch down at McCarran International Airport. With limo pick-up services, swift check-in to the lounge, and a private elevator to the suites, there is no better way to arrive in style in the neon-lit city. The 442 suites at Aria are a luxurious option for guests who would love to splurge on their holiday.

Oasis at Gold Spike is a retro-inspired boutique hotel. One of the two towers dates back to the early 60s when the former motel was renovated to the present boutique hotel. The 44-room hotel features ample parking space at the hotel’s front, a pool area, as well as lounges.

The Cromwell is one of Las Vegas’ most popular boutique hotels. Formerly the old Bill’s Gambling’ Hall, the hotel has since been remodeled to the chic getaway it is. The 188 Parisian-themed rooms are an ideal place to retreat to after a long day exploring the city. This boutique hotel stands out for its use of technology, most notably the digital keyless entry and virtual concierge services. Guests staying at The Cromwell can access the pool area on top of the hotel.

Other boutique hotels in Las Vegas include W Las Vegas, El Cortez Cabana Suites, and the Waldorf Astoria.

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Michael Jones

Michael created and runs the Las Vegas Travel Hub website, as well as the Holiday Point travel brand that incorporates a network of 16 location based travel information and attraction websites around Australia, Asia, and around the world.

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