There are so many stunning views in Las Vegas, it’s impossible to narrow them down. Which is why we’re about the narrow them down! Here are the top 10 best views in Las Vegas.
1. Wraparound Terrace Suite at The Cosmopolitan
When you take in the view from a suite at the Cosmopolitan, you’ll wish you had more eyes.
2. Top of the World Restaurant at Stratosphere
The Stratosphere provides the ultimate bird’s-eye view of The Strip, with the benefit of also having great food. While you’re enjoying the view, give your liver a workout at the Level 107 lounge, which has a great happy hour.
3. Hyde Bellagio
Most visitors view the dancing fountains at Bellagio from Las Vegas Boulevard, but the best view is from inside the hotel at Hyde Bellagio. For a mere $250,000, Hyde will let you operate the fountains! They’ll even throw in a $250,000 bottle of Ace of Spades champagne. Only in Las Vegas.
4. Foundation Room at Mandalay Bay
Believe it or not, the view at the Foundation Room atop Mandalay Bay is so good, staffers won’t let you take a photo because the view is copyrighted. That’s really what they told us, at which point we promptly ignored them, of course.
5. Twin Peaks at Harmon Center
Let’s just say the views at Twin Peaks inside Harmon Center aren’t limited to a panorama of CityCenter, but that view is nice, too.
6. Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas
The view from the Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas is so spectacular, we can’t fit it all in one photo! The observation deck is 460 feet up, providing a sweeping view of The Strip, all the way to the north and south.
7. The Cosmopolitan Pool
Yep, The Cosmopolitan gets to be on this list twice, because while the suite view is wonderful, we like what we can see from the pool level, too.
8. VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub at Rio Las Vegas
Ads tout a view from 51 floors up, but it’s actually 41. When you see it, though, the marketing B.S. will be forgiven. The view is a true jaw-dropper. Here’s another view of the view.
9. Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas
That’s right, Paris Las Vegas gets two slots on this list, too. The view from the Eiffel Tower Restaurant isn’t just a view, it’s foreplay.
10. Venetian Las Vegas
It all comes together at Venetian. There are the canals and gondolas, the dramatic columns (the Lion of Venice column and the column of St. Theodore, to be exact), the St. Mark’s bell tower, the whole “nove metri” (nine yards).
There you go! Consider those 10 views your Las Vegas bucket list. Have another candidate for the “Best View in Las Vegas”? We’d love to hear about it.