Slowly but sure, the world is coming back. It was about this time last year that we started hearing daily reports about COVID-19, and 60 days later, we were all locked down. Of course, a much more enjoyable topic is Las Vegas Luxury Hotels.
Las Vegas Luxury Hotels
Now, the world is opening up and, with Valentine’s Day around the corner (and on President’s Day weekend!), you have the opportunity to make your first trip back a luxurious and romantic one while taking advantage of great prices. Even better, LVA Travel has some bonuses that will make your trip that much better. These rates include a ton of amenities, including:
- Daily breakfast for two
- A property-specific amenity, such as an F&B credit, for $100. The hotel may substitute property credits for COVID-affected areas, such as spas.
- An upgrade at check-in if available
- Early check-in or late check-out if available
Here are our eight favorite options. Whether you choose just a night or making it a 3-day weekend, you’ll be well taken care of. All rates were good as of the time I wrote this and cancellable (although a few require deposits). Unless otherwise noted, our prices include taxes and fees.
1. Aria – Las Vegas Luxury Hotels
Barely ten years old, Aria has beautiful rooms and an outstanding center-strip location. The $179 room rate (~$235 after taxes and fees) is the same as what you’d get if you book directly, but we include the two daily breakfast credits ($30 each) as well as a $100 food and beverage credit per stay. That’s Valentine’s Day in one of the best Las Vegas Luxury Hotels for under $100!
High roller: Stay the whole weekend, checking in February 12 and out February 15, for $915, before your $100 F&B credit and $180 worth of breakfasts.
2. Bellagio Resort And Casino
I’m a sucker for the classics, and Bellagio will always be one of my favorites. Whether it’s the fountains, the conservatory, or the restaurants, I still think of Bellagio as the pinnacle of Las Vegas Luxury. Now, you can do it for less.
Including taxes, fees, and other nasty stuff, the night of February 14 will cost you a measly $247. But that also comes with two $30 breakfast credits and a $100 F&B credit, knocking your bill down to a paltry net of $87.
High roller: Stay the weekend for $968 and pick up $180 worth of breakfast and your $100 F&B credit. In case you’re curious, the standard rate (without any amenities) is $965, so your $280 in amenities are costing you $3. Hmm…
3. Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
When people think of luxury hotel brands, Four Seasons is usually one of the first to come to mind. The property in Las Vegas actually sits on floors 35-39 of Mandalay Bay, so you get a bit of the Strip and a bit of a respite at the same time.
At $334 for the evening of February 14, this is one of the cheapest Four Seasons properties that you will find in the country, a benefit of being in Las Vegas. It comes with a $100 property credit (good throughout the property) as well as breakfast for two.
High roller: $997 to stay February 12 — February 15, which is actually a “third-night free” rate. Hey, it’s the Four Seasons.
4. Wynn Las Vegas And Encore
Wynn and Encore are as good as it gets, with all of the hospitality that one would expect to find at a Steve Wynn property. It’s also one of the better deals on our lists, particularly in a 745-square foot room at Encore, which is the same price as Wynn.
$272, which includes taxes and fees, gets you not only one of the luxury suites but also two breakfasts and $100 in hotel credits, although the mix may be affected by COVID since it typically includes a $50 spa credit. That’s a net of $112.
High roller: $852 for the three nights, which, like Four Seasons, is actually a “third-night free” offer. Between the two, I’d take this one over the Four Seasons in a heartbeat.
5. Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas
W-A is one of the few offers that comes with loyalty points. In this case, you’ll receive Hilton Honors points in addition to all of your other benefits.
Valentine’s night will set you back only $265 and comes with a $125 spa credit (subject to substitution) as well as breakfast for two. There’s no casino at the property, which, for many of us, is a good thing.
High roller: Three nights come with the $125 credit, and breakfast everyday clocks in at $875, which means the net cost of your long weekend in Las Vegas will be less than $600.
6. Delano Las Vegas
Best known for its Delano Beach Club, the Delano Las Vegas is a boutique, all-suite property next to Mandalay Bay.
Not only is the Delano one of the nicest properties on our list, but it is also one of the least expensive. The room (including taxes and fees) costs $217 for the night but comes with a $100 F&B credit as well as breakfast for two. In other words, a total of just over $50 after subtracting your amenities.
High roller: Need the full three-night treatment? It’s only $736 before your F&B credit and daily breakfast.
7. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Cosmo comes with a center-strip location, cool vibe, and, for some of us, the most important part: Marriott Bonvoy Rewards points.
The hotel is one of the more expensive properties on our list, with the evening of February 14 costing $403. It includes the typical breakfast for two and $100 F&B credit.
8. The Palazzo at the Venetian
Palazzo is another personal favorite. It’s an all-suite hotel at the Venetian, with rooms that are 700+ square feet and contain a sunken living room. It makes a perfect Valentine’s Day escape.
The room is not outrageously expensive, with February 14 costing $333 for the night. That comes with a $100 F&B credit and $65 breakfast credit, so about half of your total cost is covered.
The long weekend is a little pricier. I’ve seen rates without the amenities in the $900-950 range, and the weekend with the amenities currently runs at $1,385. This is one of the highest-end properties on the list.