Best Rooms: Views of the strip are the best from rooms on the upper floors of the west wing, as well as the west facing rooms in the Grand Tower.
Best Rooms: Floors 17 and higher are the strip view rooms, and therefore, offer the best views of the Strip. Park Avenue Deluxe and Broadway Deluxe rooms are available with strip views at a slightly increased nightly rate. To guarantee a strip view room, request an upgrade while making your reservation.
Best Rooms: Request a room facing any direction, away from S Las Vegas Blvd. for a nice view of the pool.
Best Rooms: If a room with a view is a priority, be sure to request a room looking out over Las Vegas Boulevard, or else you might be stuck facing one of the three neighboring properties.
Best Rooms: The hotel offers views of the Strip, pool or mountain. Strip views cost an extra $5 per night, and you'll likely be placed in Tower 1.
Best Rooms: The South tower offers better views of the Strip (Caesar's Palace and Paris). The rooms are older but do offer a little extra square footage. The North tower doesn't offer any special views, as it faces the back of a building or a street. Rooms have been recently renovated but are a bit smaller.