Iconic Views of the Strip
The city lights are visible as your plane descends towards Las Vegas, and a magical moment happens. The neon you’ve seen in movies comes to life every night in Nevada, and finally, you get to absorb it all. What’s the best view in town? The possibilities are endless. We did the hard work for you and hand-selected the best hotel views.
At the Mandarin Bar at Mandarin Oriental, guests are treated to a refined experience. There will be no thumping EDM DJ, no cryo, and no lasers. Instead, there will be well-crafted cocktails and sprawling views of the Las Vegas Strip from the hotel’s 23rd floor. This is what we call a great place for an adult beverage and fantastic vistas.
Sitting atop the Stratosphere Tower Hotel, 107 Skylounge–named after the 107th floor–delivers ample sweeping views of the Las Vegas Strip. Expect strong drinks, bumpin’ music, and 360-degree views to take it all in.
Voodoo Lounge is situated at the rooftop of the Rio Hotel and Casino, fifty-one floors up, to be precise. This one, however, serves views with a twist: zip lining across 450 feet above the Strip at 33 mph. It’s one of those bucket list type of experiences that we’d sign up for in a heartbeat. Well, some of us.
Everyone will tell you that there’s no place like the Foundation Room at Mandalay Bay. And they’re not lying. The once only-open-for high-rollers hangout is now a bit more accessible. And boy, are those views worth the elevator ride! The Strip lights up in glorious neon at night, and the mountains behind the city encompass all that Las Vegas contains. It’s a sight that shouldn’t be missed.