Hotels on the Vegas Strip. If you start from the very South of the Vegas Strip, you will have, on either side, in order as one progresses towards the center and the North of the Strip:
Four Seasons (resort without a casino), Mandalay Bay, Luxor, Tropicana, Excalibur, MGM Grand, New York New York… Going towards mid-Strip you will find Monte Carlo (soon to change, read about it on our Monte Carlo Changes page), Planet Hollywood, City Centre (Aria, Cosmopolitan, Vdara, Mandarin Oriental), Paris, Bellagio, Bally’s, Linq (where the old Imperial Palace used to be), Caesar’s Palace, Flamingo and… Going towards Center-North Strip, you will find Linq, Mirage, Harrah’s, Treasure Island, Venetian and Palazzo, Wynn and Encore; from here you will walk towards North Strip and you will find Circus Circus and Stratosphere. The old Sahara hotel used to be between Circus Circus and the Stratosphere, on the other side.
At the very South of Las Vegas Boulevard, you will find Silverton, Southpoint and the M Resort (with its great, phenomenally huge buffet called Studio B).
Further up from the Stratosphere you will find Main Street Station, and then the various downtown Vegas resorts, some of them are well worth staying in thanks to their great value and their remodeling, as well as great customer services.
Really great maps of hotels around Vegas, including on the Strip and downtown, with other tourists’ landmarks, can be found inside most free magazines (such as Vegas To Go or The New Today in Las Vegas, which you can find by the back seats of most taxis, or scattered in many places, such as the concierge areas of many resorts).
To help you choose, you can go to Which Vegas hotel? or you can refer to the ‘Best of Vegas‘ section (see menu on the left), which aims to provide recommendations on best facilities and services so that you can see if they match your specific requirements. You can also scroll the list of sub-menus in this section (Which Vegas Hotel), so that you can see how these resorts compare against each other.