When it comes to the best boutique hotels in Las Vegas, the Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas is at the top of the list. With sleek rooms and suites, and a sophisticated French restaurant and bar with views of the Strip, this five-star hotel delivers style in abundance. This luxury non-gaming hotel also features high-end amenities, including a large world-class spa, a health club overlooking the eighth-floor pool deck, and a poolside cabana.
Aria Sky Suites provides a five-star, extravagant boutique hotel experience in Las Vegas. The all-suite hotel is in the Aria Resort & Casino and boasts spacious suites that range from one- to three-bedroom. With a modern and sleek aesthetic, the suites offer high-tech amenities like tablet devices that control everything from in-room music to curtains. Guests also have access to an exclusive pool deck, plus drinks and snacks in the chic private lounge.
Hotels in Las Vegas do not come more unique than Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace, which is a hotel within a hotel. Delivering Japanese chic decor with lantern-like lamps and artwork, it will be hard for you to miss the hotel’s impressive Asian flair. The luxurious rooms and suites feature special amenities like herbal sleep oil and tea, plus you have access to a private lounge and fitness center, as well as priority seating at the flagship Nobu restaurant downstairs.
The Cromwell is a four-star boutique hotel that delivers style and a romantic environment for your stay in Las Vegas. With Parisian décor complete with antique furnishings, you will find the bedrooms sumptuous and well supplied. In addition, all guests have exclusive access to Drai's Beach Club on the rooftop.