It’s no secret that Las Vegas is known for its glitzy, over-the-top, massive hotels. The good news with that is that no matter what your taste or style, you are sure to find the perfect hotel to suit your desires.
Las Vegas does make a fabulous getaway for couples. That’s why we’re outlining the best hotels in Vegas for couples! We want to help you find the perfect getaway for you and your significant other and these romantic hotels in Las Vegas will do the trick!
Whether you are into fabulous pools, incredible restaurants, or over-the-top lobbies, we are sure to have the most romantic hotels in Las Vegas for you to choose from.
Of course, we always start our research by heading over to TripAdvisor to get the latest reviews from real travelers like you and me!
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Best Hotels in Vegas for Couples
The Venetian Las Vegas
The Venetian is hands down one of the most romantic hotels in Las Vegas. Roaming around the Venetian is definitely one of the cheap things to do in Vegas, but keep in mind that nothing beats staying in this wonderful hotel.
The Venetian is surrounded by a gorgeous recreation of the canals of Venice that wind their way in and out of the interior of the hotel. Inside you will find incredible renditions of Italian streets, palazzos, and architecture that make you feel like you have been transported to Italy.
The Venetian boasts a five-acre pool deck, an indoor fitness center with a climbing wall, gourmet restaurants, and designer boutiques. Adults looking to enjoy the pool, but get away from the kids might prefer the adults-only TAO Beach pool courtyard.
I mean if the Venetian isn’t romantic, then I don’t know what is!
First things first, head to Tripadvisor to hear what other people have to say about the Venetian.
Famous for the fountain show that made our list of free or cheap things to do in Las Vegas, the Bellagio is so much more.
Step inside and I think you will agree that it is definitely one of the most romantic hotels in Las Vegas. Upon entering their gorgeous lobby you are greeted by a breathtaking blown glass ceiling by Dale Chihuly.
After feasting your eyes on this impeccable work of art, continue into the wonderful conservatory before making your way down to the incredible chocolate fountain.
Once arriving in your room, you will find that every detail has been cared for. You will rest on a cashmere pillow-top bed and get ready in a luxurious marble bathroom complete with separate vanities, a walk-in shower, and a soaking tub.
For some relaxing couples time, indulge in the spa treatments offered at the Bellagio’s luxurious spa.
I don’t know about you, but I could live at the Bellagio! According to the review on Tripadvisor, other people feel the same way!
The Cosmopolitan hotel appeals to those couples with an eye for the contemporary. This hotel has a young, modern vibe that you will feel the minute you walk through the doors.
The guestrooms welcome you to Las Vegas with their floor-to-ceiling windows, luxurious bedding, and modern bathrooms. The Cosmopolitan offers couples a range of dining options and some fabulous bars including the Chandelier bar (pictured above), which is a multi-story beauty that houses three unique bars, each with their own personality.
Nothing short of fabulous, the Cosmopolitan should definitely be on the list of best hotels in Las Vegas for couples.
See what others are saying about the Cosmopolitan here.
Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas
If you’re looking for true romance and pampering, then look no further than the Waldorf Astoria on the Las Vegas strip. That’s not just our opinion either, the reviews support it!
This hotel is relatively small in comparison to the other huge hotels you find on the strip, so you are sure to get impeccable service while staying at the Waldorf Astoria.
Their Asian-inspired decor is the perfect match to the relaxing, tranquil feeling you get when walking through the doors of this hotel.
Don’t worry though, you are only a few steps from the exciting Las Vegas strip, making the Waldorf Astoria one of the best hotels in Vegas for couples!
Signature at MGM Grand
Yes, I know, the MGM Grand is a huge hotel. How can it possibly be one of the best hotels in Las Vegas for couples? Well, you see, it is.
You just have to know how to book it. Several Las Vegas properties, including the MGM Grand, have hotels within hotels. You just have to know about it and ask!
The Signature at the MGM Grand is exactly that. The Signature is the condominium tower that stands behind the MGM. Here you and your sweetie can enjoy a beautiful suite that is free from all of the hustle and bustle of the casino.
The pool is incredible and the service is marvelous at the Signature.
After reading all of the reviews, we are sure you will want to try it out!
Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino
Although it is huge, Caesars Palace has to be on our list of the most romantic hotels in Las Vegas.
Caesars boasts a 50,000 square foot spa complete with Roman baths, steam baths, and pools. Really the whole place screams ancient Rome.
If you are choosing to book a room at Caesars, spend the extra money and upgrade to a more recently renovated, larger room. You won’t be sorry that you did.
Vdara Hotel and Spa
If a huge open suite fits your definition of the best hotels in Vegas for couples, then you will feel right at home at the Vdara.
All of the rooms in this modern beauty are suites complete with pillow-top beds, a sitting area, a kitchenette, a refrigerator, two burners, and a microwave. You really don’t have to ever leave your room if you don’t want.
Located 10 minutes off of the strip, the Vdara has a small pool and a spa as well.
The perfect little escape from the hustle and bustle of Las Vegas. Be sure and check out what others have to say about the Vdara on TripAdvisor!
Encore at Wynn Las Vegas
I know, the Wynn is another huge resort, but we couldn’t make a list of the best hotels in Vegas for couples and not include the Encore. Granted, you probably won’t have someone at your every call, but you will have a fabulous romantic hotel in Las Vegas.
The Encore has glorious rooms with huge bathrooms, a fabulous pool area, and plenty of dining options for the perfect romantic dinner. At the Encore, you are right in the middle of all of the action, so if you want a quieter experience, be sure and ask for the Tower Suites.
The sister property to the Venetian, the Palazzo is the quieter, less flamboyant of the two.
Inside the Palazzo, guest will find classic architecture accented with contemporary furnishings. Don’t worry though, the Palazzo isn’t short on amenities since she shares facilities with her sister property, the Venetian.
Since that is the case, you can still indulge in the Venetian’s relaxing spa, gourmet restaurants, and fabulous pool. You can read all about these and the other amenities here.
The large suite guest rooms with their sunken living rooms, marble bathrooms complete with soaking tubs, and large windows make this one of the best hotels in Las Vegas for couples.
Couples celebrating their anniversary can book the anniversary package that comes with loads of fun stuff including a couples massage, helicopter ride, and an indulgent breakfast in bed!
Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino
If you love the pool, then the Mandalay Bay Resort is for you. This over-the-top property has eight pools, a lazy river, waterfalls, an adults-only pool, and a zero-entry pool and a wave machine!
You will feel like you’ve been transported to the beach while visiting the main pool area as it is lined with fine white sand and surrounded by private cabanas and bungalows.
Of course, you are here for the most romantic hotels in Las Vegas, so be sure to visit their full-service spa for a relaxing treatment before scheduling a romantic dinner at one of 30 on-site restaurants!
Final Thoughts On Best Hotels in Vegas For Couples
Of course, this is only a sampling of the great hotels that Vegas has to offer. We would love to hear from you. What hotel would you add to our list of the best hotels in Vegas for couples?
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About the Author
Michelle Snell is a travel writer, history buff, wine lover, and enthusiast of different cultures. While she is a professional educator by day, her passion for travel has her jet-setting all over the world during her free time.
Michelle enjoys bringing places to life through her informative writing style on her blog, That Texas Couple. Her practical tips and suggestions help make travel dreams a reality while immersing her readers in the history, culture, and food of a region. She is happiest sipping wine in Italy or chilling on a beach with her husband, Marty.