Las Vegas’ Top Party Hotels

Guests in Sin City are no strangers to hedonism and high heels.

But not all hotels can provide the same quantity and quality of bars and clubs as its competitors. Hotels that we considered best for general debauchery, drinking and dancing in Las Vegas are listed below.


  1. Artisan Hotel

The 64-room Artisan Hotel is small by standards of Las Vegas, attracting to a niche market as a true party hotel that has an erotic edge. There’s live entertainment in the topless outdoor pool. Rooms here are a little shabby and dark, combining erotic touches and classical art reproductions. The lack of dining alternatives is the major downside of the hotel where food is served in the lounge bar or around the pool, but just five days each week.


  1. Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

The 2,526-room Rio offers roomy standard suites that can accommodate up to five guests. The seafood buffet and restaurants provide better fare compared to other budget-priced hotels.


  1. Luxor Hotel & Casino

LAX, a megaclub in Los Angeles, has landed at Luxor Hotel. LAX extends over two floors, and with bottle service, mirrors, and red leather. Luxor has other bars such as Aurora and Flight while LAX is their main affair.


  1. SLS Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

The SLS, owned by SBE Entertainment, unveiled in 2014 after the former Sahara Resort & Casino renovation. The outdoor pool is a relaxed area with a rubber ducky theme, a bar, and lounge chairs. Guests can also go to one of its three nightclubs, such as the LiFE/Beach LiFE, The Sayers Club and Foxtail.


  1. Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

Planet Hollywood is situated in the heart of the Strip and offers a sexy atmosphere, hot nightlife, and movie-themed rooms. The swank nightlife of the resort offers much of the attraction. Heart Bar and EXTRA Lounge draw a crowd for dancers and live music.


  1. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Autograph Collection

The Cosmopolitan has been quickly recognized as one of the Strip’s trendiest spots. The Cosmpolitan attracts all kinds of travelers, such as gambling mothers and frat boys.


  1. Caesars Palace

Omnia nightclub is a wide space with state-of-the-art technology and rotating DJs. The Venus Pool is a pool area that is exclusive for adults.


  1. MGM Grand Hotel and Casino

MGM Grand is the world’s second-largest hotel which stands to explain that MGM Grand Hotel and Casino would be a great place to unleash your party animal side. Studio 54 nightclub has go-go dancers and four dance floors that claim as the wilder version of the original in New York City. The six other lounges and bars include Rouge, Centrifuge, and Tabu Ultra Lounge.


  1. Encore At Wynn Las Vegas

The European Pool and Island Bar of Encore are surrounded by XS nightclub, which entails guests can party in outdoor cabanas or inside. The hotel offers bottle service for guests who like to splurge. Next door of the sister hotel of Encore, the Wynn boasts the famous Tryst.


  1. The Venetian Resort

Tao restaurant turns into a Tao nightclub when dinner guests leave. Tao Beach is for adults only where customers let loose and waitresses wear little dresses.


  1. Wynn Las Vegas

The Wynn houses two of the most popular nightclubs of the Strip — one a full-on party, the other intimate. Tryst features a waterfall, a danceable club mix, waitresses who prepare shots (lemon drops and tequila), and go-go dancers. The lounge is overlooking the Lake of Dreams.


  1. Palms Casino Resort

The Palms deserves its status being a party kingdom. Rain is the ideal nightclub in the Palms Tower with go-go dancers. The Playboy Club has card-dealing Bunnies as their staff. Moon is another nightclub with multiple bars and live DJs.


  1. Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas

Hard Rock is one of Las Vegas’ hedonistic hotels. Vanity, the nightclub of the hotel, promises to have similar celebrity cachet as Body English, its predecessor.


Heat the beat and stay indoors or a bit outdoors in Vegas without leaving your hotel. Enjoy your accommodation the Vegas way on one or more of these party hotels.

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