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Your Guide to Las Vegas Villas and Las Vegas Suites

Las Vegas is all about glitz and glamour, and Las Vegas villas and suites are no different. Lavishly luxurious, these opulent stays will forever change the way you think about vacation rentals.

Ever since the state of Nevada legalized gambling in 1931, Las Vegas has continuously grown its reputation as a gaming and entertainment mecca. And while this town has long been known for its dazzling hotels there’s been steady growth in Las Vegas villas and suites since the 70s.

Today, major hotels like Caesar's and the Cosmopolitan offer residences that are somehow even more luxurious than their highest-end suites. Rental Escapes is proud to offer these Las Vegas villas and suites with our renowned 5-star concierge service included.

Renting a Las Vegas villa is easy with Rental Escapes. First, choose your approximate travel dates. Next, choose your party size. From there, your Rental Escapes villa specialist presents you with the best available rental options for your group. After, your concierge personalizes your trip with everything from airport transfers to show tickets and chef service.

Las Vegas Vacation Rentals

Offering a perfect mix of luxury and amenities, Las Vegas villas and suites offer more privacy and space than conventional hotel rooms. No wonder, then, that they’ve become such popular spots for Las Vegas connoisseurs.

Las Vegas villas and suites are often located within the resorts themselves as part of their residence collection. These units run the gamut from standalone villas to private penthouses and bungalows. In either case, you can still expect a level of service that either meets or exceeds what is offered to hotel guests.

This service is supplemented by your Rental Escapes concierge, who is happy to help with any details of your trip, including transportation, entertainment, reservations, and any special requests you may have.

Caesars Palace Las Vegas Villas

Caesars Palace is one of the most iconic hotels in Las Vegas, thanks to its world-class dining, gaming, and entertainment. Now, Caesars Palace’s Las Vegas villas are redefining luxury vacation rentals as well with some of the most opulent properties anywhere. They include:

Trajan: This Tuscan-themed 3-bedroom rental is a tasteful, delightful joy. Relax in the billiard room, step out to the private pool, or enjoy a drink in the fabulous courtyard. This is one luxury villa that begs to be experienced.

Hadrian: Evoking the style and sophistication of Milan, Hadrian features thoughtful touches like a grand piano, a billiard room, a media room, and a fountain greeting you at the entrance. It’s all punctuated by rich materials and fine craftsmanship throughout, from the dining room to the bedrooms and bathrooms.

Neptune: With over 4,000 square feet of bright, inviting space, this 3-bedroom villa is a perfect space for entertaining. Relax by the fireplace, unwind in the private hot tub, and take in the views of the pool. An ideal choice for when you want to make an impression.

The Cosmopolitan Apartment Rentals

Effortlessly stylish, the Cosmopolitan is regarded for its modern and distinctive design and for its high-level service. The Cosmopolitan’s apartment rentals take that legacy further by offering refined, spacious, and sleek stays. These are some of the best suites in Las Vegas. They include:

Chelsea 3 BDM: The Chelsea Penthouses are the pinnacle of luxury at the Cosmopolitan. Every detail, from the wall textures to the art collection, has been carefully considered. Take in the panoramic views from the terrace after grabbing a drink from the wet bar. This is true Las Vegas luxury.

Chelsea 2 BDM: The Chelsea 2 BDM takes the plush identity of the Chelsea penthouses and offers it in 2 bedrooms, while still maintaining plenty of living space and a panoramic terrace. A great choice for a family with two children or a group of two couples.

Bungalow: Set up over three floors, the Bungalow overlooks the Marquee Dayclub pool scene. With floor-to-ceiling windows, two terraces, a private plunge pool and round-the-clock butler service, there’s no better place to be during a Marquee pool party.

Las Vegas Villa Rentals

If you’re open to staying off the strip, you can find some full-size house rentals that offer the ultimate in space and privacy. That makes Las Vegas villa rentals an especially great choice for groups. They include:

Double Down: One of the best options for families or friends staying in Las Vegas, the two-story Double Down features a 50,000-gallon private pool, a 7-person hot tub, a pool table, basketball, and exquisite furnishing. It also includes a variety of bedroom configurations. This is one seriously fun, well-appointed villa.

Las Vegas Villas FAQ

What are the Entry Requirements for Las Vegas?

The majority of visitors to Las Vegas, including from Canada, the UK, the EU, Australia, and New Zealand, must simply provide a valid passport upon entry to the US. Your passport should be valid for at least 6 months after arrival.

How to Travel to Las Vegas?

Though Las Vegas makes a great destination for a southwestern US road trip, most visitors fly into Las Vegas and land at McCarran International Airport (LAS). LAS services both domestic and international flights and is Las Vegas’s major airport. From there, an airport transfer can be arranged by your concierge to your villa.

How to Get Around Las Vegas?

If you’re staying on the strip, then you can walk to many of the other hotels and resorts. Walking is a great way to get around and see the sights. The Las Vegas monorail also offers an efficient way to travel the strip, running from Sahara Station to the north to the MGM Grand to the south. Many resorts also offer tram service. Taxis and ride-sharing are also readily available, as are limousines and private cars. Lastly, rental cars are an option if you plan to travel extensively.
Your Rental Escapes concierge can assist with rental cars, private cars, taxis, limousines, and more.

When’s the Best Time to Visit Las Vegas?

Las Vegas is a year-round destination thanks to its desert climate and world-class entertainment. The most popular time to visit includes holidays and events like New Year's, March Madness, 4th of July, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Weekends also tend to be busier than during the week. For some, these busier times will be the best time to visit, since this is when all the action happens. For others, visiting during the week and during non-holiday times may be a better option thanks to fewer crowds and better deals.

Best Things to Do in Las Vegas?

Walk down the strip: Las Vegas’s hub, the Strip offers countless iconic scenes like the Bellagio fountains, the Eifel Tower at Paris Las Vegas, and the High Roller Observation Wheel. Just walking up and down the Strip is an experience in and of itself, especially at night.
Catch a show: Las Vegas is home to world-class entertainment. This includes residencies from top acts like Cirque de Soleil to touring acts from popular artists. Whether it's concerts, plays, or Cirque du Soleil, there’s something here for every taste. Your concierge is happy to help with suggestions and tickets.
Visit Fremont Street: Catch a glimpse of old Las Vegas with the Freemont Street experience. Enjoy the light shows and on-street entertainment while you take in the energy around you and step into some classic casinos like the Golden Nugget. A great alternative to the Strip.

How’s the Food in Las Vegas?

Las Vegas is home to world-class restaurants from an array of cuisines. This includes French, Italian, Japanese, fusion, steakhouses and more. Many celebrity chefs have their flagship restaurants in Las Vegas. Las Vegas is also known for its lavish buffets. Your Rental Escapes concierge can also arrange private chef service and villa pre-stocking on any rental stay.

How’s the Weather in Las Vegas?

Las Vegas benefits from a desert climate with hot summers and mild winters.
Spring in Las Vegas is pleasant with low rainfall and comfortable temperatures. Average temperatures are 60-80°F (15-27°C), and average rainfall is 0.25-0.5 inches (6-13 mm).
Summer is hot and sees the highest temperatures all year, though it is a dry heat. Average temperatures are 90-105°F (32-40°C), and average rainfall is 0.15-0.4 inches (4-10 mm).
Fall sees temperatures cool down, with the occasional light rainfall. Average temperatures are 65-85°F (18-29°C) and average rainfall is 0.15-0.35 inches (4-9 mm).
Winter sees the lowest temperatures and the most rainfall. Average temperatures are 45-60°F (7-16°C) and average rainfall is 0.35-0.55 inches (9-14 mm).

Book a Las Vegas Villa with Rental Escapes

If you’re hoping to visit Las Vegas, Rental Escapes can elevate your Las Vegas villa or Las Vegas suite rental into a true luxury experience.

Our portfolio includes the finest Las Vegas villas, including Caesars Palace villas, Cosmopolitan penthouses, family villas, and more.

Your Rental Escapes reservations expert can find the best villa for your group, and your concierge personalizes your trip to create the ultimate Las Vegas villa experience.

Contact us today to reserve your next Vegas vacation!

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