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: The hotel offers Strip views, pool views and mountain views; the best view is the pool view, which overlooks CityCenter. CityCenter consists of five high-rise buildings and a shopping center, and at night, the buildings light up with different colors lights. You'll have to request a room above floor 17 to see CityCenter.
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: Premier room types offer great views of the Las Vegas Strip while Red Room Premier room types offer even better views overlooking the pool and centering in on the Eiffel Tower and Las Vegas Strip.
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.
Best Rooms: The hotel offers city views and Strip views, depending on which side you're placed on. The Strip view is better from the Premium room type. The Masquerade Suite offers both city and Strip views.
Best Rooms: The hotel offers north and south-facing views. From the north end, you can see part of the Strip, and from the south end, you can see the Palms from rooms above floor 6.