Top Romantic Hotels in Las Vegas for Newlyweds

Posted by Vianni Busquets on Feb 27, 2011

Las Vegas can instantly spark images of casinos, rowdy bachelor parties and nonstop desert fun. While much of it is in fact, the spirit of Vegas, the infamous Sin City does have quite the romantic counterpart for newlyweds with its world-class cuisine, award-winning productions and excellent shopping to boot. For those thinking of spending their post-wedded bliss in Vegas, the hotel you choose to stay in will either enhance or reduce your Vegas experience. Hotels in Las Vegas have a life of their own, so let's explore the top romantic hotels for newlyweds for that unforgettable honeymoon vacation.

Bellagio_caesar's_palace_2010.JPGThe Bellagio

Dancing fountains choreographed to music and light make The Bellagio an attraction for any visitor coming to Las Vegas. However, The Bellagio encompasses all that is romantic for the perfect honeymoon experience. As the exact replica of a lush resort in Lake Como, guests can expect the grandeur and opulence of the Italian Riviera with a little Vegas fun. Considered to be centrally located on the Strip, The Bellagio will be the perfect starting point to your day of exploration.

Made with adults-only in mind, the minimum age to enter is 18 unless you can prove you are a hotel guest or coming for a wedding and/or dining in-house. The hotel is luxury at its best and many of its guestrooms provide sweeping views of the fountains, the Strip and the mountains in the distance. For entertainment, couples can find it all here. Cirque du Soleil will have you in awe from start to finish.

Rates start at $179/night. Click here for more information.

The Venetian

The_Venetian_Las_Vegas.jpgUpon entering The Venetian in Las Vegas, we are instantly transported back to one of Italy's most romantic and iconic cities built above water. With its gondoliers, replicated statuaries and frescoed ceilings, The Venetian brings the old-world charm of Italy right to Las Vegas' doorstep.

The Venetian is one of the few hotels on the Strip which houses "all-suite" accommodations with plush bedding, sunken living rooms, Roman tubs with separate glass showers and wireless high-speed internet. While gambling is encouraged, one of the things that sets The Venetian apart from others is the fact that the casino is independent from the rest of the hotel (it's on a different floor). This creates a more relaxing and certainly a much quieter ambiance.

Guests can enjoy the luxury boutiques of the Grand Canal Shoppes, or pamper themselves at The Canyon Ranch Spa for a little relaxation after the big day. At night, you won't need to go far with the celebrity-favorite restaurant and nightclub, Tao.

Suites start at around $179/night. Click here for more information.

Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas

Located at the south end of the Strip, this luxurious retreat is perfect for those who do not come to Vegas for the party scene or the casinos (although they have immediate access to the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino). The Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas took a gamble in 1999 and opened the only non-gambling hotel on the Strip and instead focused its efforts in offering all that the Four Seasons brand is known for: opulence, luxury and ultra pampering.

Perfect for a relaxing getaway, The Four Seasons houses 424 beautifully appointed guest rooms, including 86 suites ideal for a little honeymoon splurge. All guest rooms offer views to-die-for as the property is located on the 35th-39th floors of the Mandalay Bay tower. Lounge all day by a tranquil pool, or renew at one of the best spas on the Strip.

Rates start at $179/night. Click here for more information.

Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa

Taking the Strip out of the equation and we're talking about fire-orange sunsets in the beauty of the desert. Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa is located just 10 miles west of the Las Vegas Strip, coining it the perfect romantic retreat. What makes this a great honeymoon spot is the fact that it caters to both adventure seekers and those in need of a romantic, relaxing escape. The hotel is perfect for a soothing spa treatment for two. Then, tee off at one of the area's championship golf courses or go on an outdoor adventure to nearby Red Rock Canyon.

Couples in fear of being too far away from all the action should set their minds at ease as the resort offers all its guests a complimentary shuttle service to the Strip for easy accessibility to Las Vegas' best attractions.

Room rates start $140/night. Click here for more information.