Here's a list of some of the greatest views of Las Vegas either inside or from hotels.
Bellagio Hotel and Casino has one of the best street level views of Las Vegas from the Hyde. The lounge has a Tuscan garden that leads out to the patio where guests can enjoy a truly breathtaking view of its fountains and the nearby hotels.
At the Stratosphere Casino Hotel & Tower's you can take in a 360 degree view of Las Vegas at its Top of the World restaurant. 844 feet in the air, Top of the World has tilted windows for its diners to get the best view possible.
For a lesson on Las Vegas history while you taking in stunning views, head to The LINQ for a trip on its High Roller. The giant Ferris wheel goes to a height of 500 feet and offers guests insights on the city's history during the thirty minute trip.
Boulevard Pool gives guests or visitors to the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas one of the best views of the Eiffel Tower and the surrounding properties. As an added bonus during the winter the pool is converted into an ice rink for an even greater experience.
The Foundation Room can be found on the 43rd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. The unique Tibetan themed lounge is a perfect spot to grab a selfie with nearly the entire Strip visible in the background.
Palms Casino Resort has a great view of The Strip from its Ghostbar. Though you will likely be too busy dancing in the nightclub, if you take a moment to head outside you can get a great view of Caesars Palace and the Bellagio among other resorts.
If you are at the amazing Drai’s Nightclub located at The Cromwell, chances are catching a view of the city is the last thing on your mind. However it has an excellent view of The Strip should you find a moment to go looking.
The Voodoo Rooftop Nightclub is located on the 51st floor of the Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino. It features an amazing view of Las Vegas and we would recommend trying out a Witch Doctor while you are there.