Entertainment Magazine: Nevada: Las Vegas: Luxury Hotels

Enjoying the Good Life in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is known as "Sin City" for a good reason, it is known as place where almost everyone can enjoy decadence.

This can, and usually does, include enjoying casino gambling, free flowing drinks, and world class bars and nightclubs. But it can also include sampling one of the most aggressive adult entertainment industries in the country as well a day trips up north to sample Nevada's completely legal prostitution.

If you really want the full Las Vegas experience, it is a good idea to go ahead and get luxury room at one of the hotel casinos to put you in the right mind set.

Can You Afford a Luxury Room?

Affordable luxury is very much one of the primary selling points of Las Vegas, allowing normal people to sample the life of the rich and famous. Although most of the hotel casinos do have high-end suites and penthouses that are priced out of the range of most people, most of them also have plenty of smaller luxury rooms that can be obtained at very reasonable prices, especially with the right vegas hotel deal.

For about the same amount of money as you might expect to spend an average hotel elsewhere, you can get a basic luxury room in most of the leading hotel casinos. They make much of their money from the casinos and other related businesses so they have the leeway to let their rooms for less than you might expect. In most places, a well appointed luxury hotel room usually goes for about two or three hundred dollars a night on up to many thousands of dollars.

However, in Las Vegas you can usually find at least several of the casino resorts offering real luxury rooms for somewhere between fifty to a hundred dollars a night. While this is still fairly expensive for many people, it is about the same as you would pay for a middle grade non-luxury room almost anywhere in the country. Further, staying in a luxury room is really essential to enjoying the whole fantasy of living the life of the rich and famous.

What is Meant by "Luxury"?

The key thing that differentiates a luxury hotel room from a non-luxury one is the way it is decorated and the features it offers. The whole idea of the luxury room is to convey a sense of wealth, safety, cleanliness, and convenience in order to make you feel as comfortable as possible. You can expect to find think carpeting, full length curtains, high quality silk or linen bedding, comfy pillows and other perks designed to give you the impression of wealth and comfort.

Further you can expect you basic amenities to be much nicer: state-of-the-art televisions, office nooks with high speed internet access and so on and so forth. In reality, the sense of luxury living is only partially conveyed by the room itself; instead the overall place has to be luxurious as well. Luckily most of the affordable luxury rooms to be found in Las Vegas are inside the major hotel casinos, which are luxury resorts in their own right.

You should have access to a number of features that are reserved for hotel guests, like swimming pools, saunas, and exercise rooms. Further there should be other services within the hotel casino that are open to the general public like salons, spas, high end restaurants, bars, nightclubs and so on. All of these extras are very much part of the whole fantasy of living well above you means while you are on vacation.

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