Las Vegas' latest hotels are a combination of innovation, imagination, and insanity. Every few years, the Vegas Strip changes its style and its look. A little bit bigger and bolder is always better in the City of Neon, and the Strip's newest hotels rarely disappoint travelers looking for something totally new.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas opened in December 2010, after several other sleek, ultra-modern hotels set the standard for Vegas' new look. A slim, tall high-rise, The Cosmopolitan leaves a small footprint, space-wise, opting to go up instead of out for its 14 restaurants, rooms, and other amenities.
CityCenter made a splash along the Las Vegas Strip in 2009, culminating with Aria, the centerpiece of the futuristic complex. Non-gaming hotels Vdara and Mandarin Oriental leave the gambling to Aria while they focus on offering a luxury experience to guests.
Implosion may have cleared the way for many newer Las Vegas mega-hotels, but renovation is getting a second look at many older properties. Across from the Hard Rock, Rumor was formerly the St. Tropez, but a total face-lift gave the boutique hotel's 150 rooms a new look.
3708 Las Vegas Blvd S
3730 Las Vegas Blvd S
3752 Las Vegas Blvd S
Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas
One of CityCenter's luxury hotels... read more
2600 A W Harmon Avenue
2000 Fashion Show Drive
Tallest, most appointed resort in Vegas... read more
3325 Las Vegas Blvd. S
3121 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Near Spring Mountain Rd
Another luxurious resort from the creator of Wynn...