Top Ten Hotels and Casinos On the Las Vegas StripLas Vegas has been a part of American history for decades. From appearances in movies, entries in books, and general stories told around the office watercooler, Las Vegas has captivated the imaginations of people all over the world.
While some people try to avoid the crowds and hustle of "the strip", there is something magical about feeling like you're a part of history.
Below are the best hotels and casinos located on the Las Vegas Strip that are worth staying in. You might pay a little more but the experience is worth it.
Between the water fountains out front to the decadence within, the Bellagio defines Vegas gluttony and exorbitance. You'll feel like royalty the first step through the doors.
The lobby and fountains are cool and even though I don't really care for gardens and flowers I find the conservatory cool.
Their volcano is awesome
You can see the signature spotlight from miles away and it's telling you to come and have a great time in this Egyptian themed palace.
Ever seen knights jousting in real life? How about a sword fight while you eat a leg of lamb? This is your place. Plenty of options for the kids while you play the one-armed-bandits.
Tucked into a group of highrises, the Aria is perhaps the most technologically advanced hotel on the Strip. Great amenities (the pool area is amazing) and your room feels like it's from the future.
One of the original and largest casino/hotels on the strip, you can get lost for days wandering the shops and attractions this place has to offer.
I hate shopping but I loved exploring the Forum Shops.
Everything about this place is fun. Pirates, food, shows galore... It also acts as a great starting point on one end of the strip to walk and see the rest.
The pirate decor as all gone now. It's all adult stuff now. They built a CVS there. They still have that ship from the former Sirens show.
Not just for boxing events, the MGM has a full Wizard of Oz experience that is worth the trip buy itself.
For a taste of the nostalgic, try a stay at the Tropicana. Even though this Vegas fixture is a part of history, you won't feel like you're in antiquated digs.
The Crazy Girls statue is awesome to grope!
The only few reasons to go here are to play several of their carnivals games and to ride on several rides at the Adventuredrome. I wouldn't ever want to stay here at night since it can feel quite unsafe and creepy. You'll see more security guards at the casino than gamblers, and several people have been knifed and shot in here.
Another great hotel/casino that will leave you both energized and relaxed. A truly royal experience awaits you.
Food, food, and more food. The Monte Carlo has both some great eats and amazing rooms all at a price you can afford.
The Wynn is the best. The golf course is incredible.
It's affordable, clean, and it's conveniently located in the middle of the strip.