Friday, May 8, 2015

Expensive Hotels on the Strip

The Four Seasons Luxury Hotel and Resort is located on the top five floors of the Mandelay Bay.  It has its own registration desk and driveway entrance.  It will get you away from all the noise and clash of the Mandelay Bay casino.  The service is superb here and you and your children will be so spoiled, you won't want to ever leave the room.  If you are pining for the casino sounds, you just have to walk through the front door and you are in the casino.  It is never far away, it just seems that way due to the piece and quiet of the resort.  These rooms can run upwards of $500 a night.

    The MGM Grand had added onto its its massive hotel and casino by constructing an Emerald Tower that has about 700 rooms available.  It is no longer a family hotel.  The Wizard of Oz theme that gave the hotel its identity at first has been replaced by a lounge called TABU and several striptease shows have been added to the show lineup.  Wolfgang Puck has an eaterie here as well as Emeril Lagasse.  They also have a lion habitat that showcases two lions every hour.  The spas and swimming pools are pleasing and leave you wanting to stay in the hot tub.  Rooms here run upwards of $330 a night.

    The Bellagio is a 1.6 million luxury resort.  It is named for a small village in Lake Como, but the hotel itself is anything but small.  It has marble structures and gaudy glass blown flower sculptures on the ceilings.  It has a beautiful choreographed dancing water display that is set to music.  At night, when they add in the colored lights, this is really a treat.  The hotel has six heated pools and several have gushing fountains in them.  The spas and health club facilities are wonderful and the attendants will keep you stock full of towels or iced tea.  Rooms here can run upwards up $499 a night.

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