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10 Best Hotels to Party at in las Vegas

Here's our list of ten great Las Vegas hotels to party at!

Hard Rock Hotel – aptly named

Hard Rock Hotel and CasinoFor those who are heading to Las Vegas for the nightlife or bachelor/bachelorette parties; Hard Rock Hotel and Casino should be your first choice to stay at. The resort includes the legendary Rehab Beach Club which offers perhaps the best poolside parties in Las Vegas. If you like a party atmosphere, then Hard Rock is for you; if you don't then book a room elsewhere.

Artisan Hotel – small hotel, huge parties

Artisan Boutique HotelThough the Artisan Boutique Hotel only has 64 rooms, you wouldn't know it by the size of the crowd nightly due to its electric nightlife. The hotel features a unique mix of art from floor to ceiling but one of its most popular attractions is the topless pool. Parties can go for hours so if you want a quiet off Strip hotel, the Artisan is not the one.

Venetian – home of the Tao

Venetian Las Vegas While the Venetian Las Vegas is popular for its Italian designs and gondola rides, it is also features a great nightlife with its TAO Nightclub. The 10,000 sq ft club has bathtub models, state of the art sound and lighting, as well as private skyboxes for VIP guest who have included: Drake, Jay Z, Rhianna, and many more. For a more upscale party, the Venetian and its TAO Nightclub is the place to be.

Palms Casino Resort – spring break, year round

Palms Casino ResortOne of the meccas of spring break, the Palms Casino Resort is THE night spot for the 20-30 crowd.

With numerous clubs and bars such as: Moon Nightclub, Rain, Tonic, The View, and exquisite Ghostbar, its guests are treated to some of the best nightlife Las Vegas has to offer.

Just a note; if you plan on visiting one of the Palms' clubs, be prepared for long lines.

The Cosmopolitan – the new kid in town

Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas One of the newest hotels on The Strip, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas attracts a wide mix of players to its casino and hotel. When the time comes to party, the night belongs to the younger crowd. The Cosmopolitan features two of the best new clubs on The Strip with Bond and the Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub. The Marquee is 60,000 sq ft and features glass walls for viewing The Strip and DJs from around the world.

Luxor – three letters L-A-X

Luxor Las VegasThough the Luxor Las Vegas is very low on our list of places to stay in Las Vegas; for its nightlife it is worth a visit. The Luxor has some excellent bars such as Aurora and Flight, but if you are going to party then LAX is the place to see. The megaclub is 26,000 sq ft and features a wide mix of music from some of the best DJs on The Strip. There are also private rooms available if you want to avoid the massive crowds.

Wynn – become intrigued

Wynn Las Vegas When it comes to hotels, Wynn Las Vegas is the current measuring stick for luxury and splendor. It is not surprising then that the Wynn has one of the best nightclubs in town with Intrigue. Words truly fail to describe the 14,000 sq ft club that really needs to be seen to be believed. As a bonus the Wynn's sister hotel Encore offers its guests more options with stunning clubs of its own such as XS, Surrender, and the Encore Beach Club.

SLS Las Vegas – high style clubbing

SLS Hotel and Casino The clubs at SLS Hotel and Casino are stunning in both interior design and layout. The amazing Foxtail Nightclub features state of the art DJ stations, large birdcages with dancers, cozy couches to crowd watch, aerial performers and access to the separate pool area for even more music. For a night club experience like no other, head to the SLS.

MGM Grand – so many options

MGM Grand No doubt due to its massive size, The MGM Grand offers the most options for guests and travelers looking to party. Its Hakkasan Nightclub is home to some of the best DJs in the world such as: Calvin Harris, Steve Aoki, and DJ Tiesto. For the largest, wildest pool party experience on The Strip, head to Wet Republic Ultra Pool. The massive 54,500 sq ft venue features great music, swimsuit contests, and much, much more.

Caesars Palace – comissatio (this means "party on, Wayne" in Latin)

Caesars PalaceThough Caesars Palace is one of the oldest hotels on The Strip, it is home to one of the best new nightclubs in Las Vegas with the Omnia. The enormous club is 75,000 sq ft and features a large automated LED chandelier that becomes part of the music. If you need a break from the action or prefer to watch the dancers, then you can do so from the terrace which also connects outside for a bit of fresh air. If you have been avoiding 'the Palace' because of its age, you should give it a second look if you want an amazing new partying experience.

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