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Top 5 New Hotels in Vegas


Particularly in Las Vegas, where the party starts well before sundown and lasts far past dawn, travelers need a place to lay their weary heads. Sin City certainly doesn't suffer a shortage of places to stay, but there are a few newcomers that are leaving an impression as deep as the tried-and-true, old-time resorts. Pack your bags, and don't forget the hangover sunglasses; we're taking you to the top 5 new hotels in Vegas.

The D Las Vegas
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Who says you can't teach an old casino new tricks? Las Vegas's newest casino hotel, The D Las Vegas, is housed in the former Fitzgerald Casino building, a 1970s relic that's been revamped from top-to-bottom with a $15 million makeover. The D Las Vegas Casino Hotel debuted in the city's downtown section with a bang in fall 2012 -- people were giddy over a hotel with upscale and hip decor, and lower prices than its nearby luxury competitors. In a nod to the old-school Vegas Rat Pack, The D features vintage slot machines (imagine ... pulling a lever, not pressing a button!) and daily live entertainment to the delight of its guests. The hotel's 638 rooms feature a chic decor, excellent views and high-end amenities like pillow-top mattresses, flat screen TVs and Wi-Fi. The 2-storey casino also features standard game tables, and not-so-standard "Dancing Dealers," a staff of sexy, go-go dancing card dealers. Belly up to 1 of 3 on-site bars, or grab a bite at any of the 3 restaurants, like American Coney Island, which serves beach boardwalk classics like hot dogs with chili. Should you want to hit the nightlife on Fremont Street, The D is conveniently located directly above the action.
Top 5 New Hotels in Vegas
Top 5 New Hotels in Vegas
Top 5 New Hotels in Vegas
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Top 5 New Hotels in Vegas
Top 5 New Hotels in Vegas
Top 5 New Hotels in Vegas
Top 5 New Hotels in Vegas
Top 5 New Hotels in Vegas
  • 301 Fremont St
  • Las Vegas, NV 89101 US
Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
In Vegas, the word "Cosmopolitan" won't immediately trigger thoughts of the pink cocktail made popular by Sex and the City, but rather visions of the dual towers of the super luxe hotel casino Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. The Cosmopolitan opened in December 2010, and may well be the last mega-resort and casino to open on the Strip for the foreseeable future, due to the global economic crisis, which has struck Vegas particularly hard. The hotel is epic; bigger and bolder concepts are the name of the game at this gigantic resort casino.

Get blown away by the 3-storey chandelier with a multi-level bar tucked inside, and gaze in awe at the video panels lining the lobby's columns. Or muster up an appetite at the 3 pools or spa, and work your way through the hotel's dozen-plus restaurants, many owned by celebrity chefs and restaurateurs, such Eric Bromberg's Blue Ribbon and José Andrés's China Poblano. Finally, when it comes time to gamble, the Cosmopolitan won't disappoint. The 100,000-square-foot casino overlooks the Strip, and visitors should take notice of the incredible details put into the Cosmopolitan's design, like old-school cigarette machines doling out packs of "art" rather than cigarettes.
Top 5 New Hotels in Vegas
Top 5 New Hotels in Vegas
Top 5 New Hotels in Vegas