Famous Hotels in Las Vegas

If you are planning to visit Las Vegas, you are probably already familiar with many of these hotels. The most famous hotels in the city are the themed hotels located on the Strip. Everyone has seen the Eiffel Tower and the Grand Pyramid replicas on films and television.

We'll separate the hotels into two categories, themed and traditional

Themed Hotels

Caesars Palace

Caesars palace is one of the best-known venues in the world. This 5-star hotel has appeared in everything from films to videogames.

The Venetian

The Venetian is one of the most luxurious hotels in Las Vegas. Just one look at it will conjure an image of the canals and gondolas of Venice.

New York New York

New York New York is a spectacular hotel which recreates the Big Apple with replicas such as the Empire State building and the Chrysler building.


The Luxor hotel is another of the symbols of Las Vegas. When it was constructed in 1993, the 30-storey pyramid was the tallest building in the city.


The Paris hotel is one of the most atmospheric themed hotels and its grounds include monuments such as the Eiffel Tower or the Arc de Triomphe.

Circus Circus Hotel

Circus Circus is one of the oldest hotels in Las Vegas. Its construction was completed two years later than Caesars Palace in 1968.


The Excalibur hotel is the medieval castle of Las Vegas and was opened in 1990.

Traditional Hotels


The Flamingo was constructed in 1946 as the first luxury hotel in Las Vegas. It was in this hotel where they filmed the original Ocean’s Eleven in 1960.

MGM Grand

The MGM Grand hotel is another of the Las Vegas classics, it is the largest hotel in the city and was the largest in the world until 2006.


The Bellagio is one of the luxury themed hotels in Las Vegas. It is located next to Caesars Palace in the centre of the Strip.


The façade hints at what the interior confirms - The Wynn Hotel is one of the most luxurious hotels in Las Vegas.

Treasure Island

The Treasure Island hotel, also know as TI, was born in 1993 as a themed pirate hotel. In 2003 the hotel received a facelift to appeal to a more adult clientele.