The Best Honeymoon Suites in Las Vegas

Vegas as newlyweds starts with the ultimate honeymoon suite.
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Christa Joanna Lee
by Christa Joanna Lee
Updated Jul 30, 2021
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Imagine telling someone you saw the Eiffel Tower, took a gondola ride, and strolled around Times Square—all during your honeymoon. That's pretty much the experience you'll get when you visit Las Vegas. Though Sin City is a popular bachelor and bachelorette destination thanks to its bustling nightlife scene, newlyweds will find Vegas offers more than casinos and neon lines. Whether you're in the mood for luxurious shopping, world-class spas or fine dining, there's a huge range of what you can do and see in Las Vegas. Plus, the stunning hotels that make up the Las Vegas Strip are reason alone to make the city a top destination for a sexy and romantic getaway. Below, we dive into the best hotel suites to ensure you experience the perfect mix of relaxation and adventure on your honeymoon.

JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa

Are you a nature lover rather than a partygoer? The JW Marriott's 50-acre property is a go-to spot for newlyweds who want to experience the excitement of Vegas, without being in the middle of all the hubbub. If your honeymoon agenda involves golfing and hiking, this peaceful, Mediterranean-style resort in Nevada features a championship TPC Las Vegas golf course. Plus, it's just 10 miles from the famous Red Rock Canyon. Relax in a cabana next to the enormous waterfall outdoor pool or get a treatment at the 40,000 square foot Spa Aquae. Then retreat to your spacious, one-bedroom king suite, which comes with marble bathrooms, whirlpool tubs and plush robes and bedding. (From $315 per night, Marriott.com)

Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas

If you want your honeymoon to be equal parts relaxation and adventure, you'll get the best of both worlds at the Four Seasons. Located on the top floors of the Mandalay Bay complex, it's one of the only non-gaming and non-smoking hotels in the area. It has its own separate lobby and restaurants. Only guests will enjoy access to its pool, along with other spa amenities. The stylish, Art Deco-inspired suites include up to three bedrooms and three full marble bathrooms with deep soaking tubs, separate showers, expanded living rooms, separate dining rooms and a large kitchen pantry. The drawback of this hotel is that it's tucked away from the nightlife scene. Since it only occupies four floors within another hotel, it feels like a hidden treasure. (From $370 per night, Fourseasons.com)

The Cosmopolitan

Located right in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, this trendy resort offers just about everything for couples who want the very best of Sin City. During the day, honeymooners can enjoy the more relaxed Chelsea Pool or the property's spa suites. The Cosmopolitan is a leap ahead of other local hotels, however, with its restaurant portfolio, which includes David Chang's Momofuku, Scarpetta, The Chandelier Bar and a José Andrés restaurant. Plus, the hotel offers spacious, centrally-located honeymoon suites that were recently renovated for an even sleeker and sexier vibe. In fact, the Cosmopolitan has its own distinct honeymoon package for newlyweds, including airport transfers, room upgrades, a rose-petal welcome and professional photography services to document the fun. (From $350 per night, cosmopolitanlasvegas.com)

The Bellagio at MGM Resorts

It doesn't take long to see why this Las Vegas resort is Instagram bait: Outside, you have the famous water fountains (a new show plays every 15 minutes) on the dramatic eight-acre lake between the hotel and the Strip. Inside, the lobby ceiling is covered with an incredible, colorful installation of over 2,000 Dale Chihuly glass-blown flowers. There's also the Bellagio hotel's Conservatory, which houses a 14,000 square foot botanical garden year-round. Each of the 4,000 guest rooms (yes, you read that right) varies in decor with expected perks like a large flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi, stocked mini-bars and soaking tubs. If you really want to go all-out, the Chairman's Suite is extraordinary and comes with a solarium, indoor garden and fountain, whirlpool tub and more. Plus, it includes 24-hour butler service. Two of the on-site restaurants, Picasso and Lago, are probably the most romantic spots for dining in Las Vegas, so couples will want to book tables in advance. They can round out the night with a show at "O" by Cirque du Soleil inside the Bellagio. Boredom is not an option. (From $510 per night, Bellagio.mgmresorts.com)

The Venetian Resort & The Palazzo

This sprawling property is one of the area's most iconic buildings—and did we mention it's the world's second-largest hotel? The massive Venetian resort recreates one of the most romantic cities in the world with various replicas of popular Italian landmarks like the Rialto Bridge and gondola rides through its indoor canals. Together with its sister property, The Palazzo, you can choose from over 7,000 rooms and suites, take advantage of 10 pools, pamper yourself in any of the 62 treatment rooms at the Canyon Ranch Spa Club, or keep the endorphins going in the fitness center, which includes a 40-foot rock-climbing wall. The Luxury Suite at the Venetian features a king bed, separate living room, and oversized bathroom while the Palazzo offers a similar style with just a slightly larger layout. The more exclusive Chairman Suite at the Venetian includes three or four bedrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows, a 24-hour dedicated concierge service, media room, jetted hot tubs, sauna, theater, and so much more. Perk alert: No matter what type of room you book, room service is ready to serve you. (From $127 per night, Venetian.com)

Caesars Palace

The hotel rooms at Caesars Palace are split between six towers, but we're partial to the Augustus tower, one of the newer constructions. This pick is removed from the bustling action of the casino and you'll get the views of the Bellagio fountains across The Strip on the south side of the tower. With the Caesars Suites program, honeymooners can enjoy a range of VIP perks during their stay including priority check-in, complimentary limo service to and from the airport and your own personal butler. The second floor of Augustus also conveniently houses Qua Baths & Spa, which features three Roman baths and a "snowing" Arctic ice room. Couples will also get easy access to the collection of seven outdoor pools that make up the Garden of Gods Oasis. Once honeymooners are done counting the number of Roman statues, they can count the celeb chefs next: Caesars Palace has 22 fine dining experiences, from Nobu to Gordon Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen. (From $99 per night, Caesars.com)

Aria at the MGM Grand

There are the typical Las Vegas hotels you think you know—and then there are chic, romantic hotels like Aria. Creating a striking contrast to Las Vegas Boulevard, it makes a great first impression with a zen water installation, which greets guests walking into the spacious lobby. The hotel features sculptures and paintings from acclaimed artists, and the sleek and modern vibe continues into each of the rooms (think: dark wood, chrome finishes and an iPad to control the curtains and lights when it's time to get some necessary post-wedding shut-eye). If you upgrade to one of the Aria Sky Suites, you'll get the VIP treatment: luxury transportation to and from the airport, a secluded lounge with complimentary food and nightly wine, personalized concierge service, private elevators and access to the private Sky Pool. In addition to the Sky Pool, there's also the Liquid Pool Lounge where you can sink into one of the eight secluded cabanas. Sky Suite guests will also be greeted with a free bottle of Veuve Clicquot and chocolate-covered strawberries on arrival. (From $175 per night, Aria.mgmresorts.com)

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