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Places in Las Vegas with the Best Views

Las Vegas Hotels on the Strip

The skyline of Las Vegas is one of the most beautiful and scenic in the world. The neon lights, the bright signs, and all of the tall buildings are extremely majestic. They will take your breath away. Treat yourself to the best views in Las Vegas. There are hotel rooms, bars, even restaurants, and a number of other places in the city where you can go for the best views in Las Vegas. You can get a view of the skyline or of any of Las Vegas’ other attractions, such as the Bellagio fountains.

Top of the World

Top of the World is one of the most romantic Las Vegas restaurants. It is also the only one where you can get a 360 degree view of all of Las Vegas.  It’s the only revolving restaurant in Vegas. All through your meal, it makes a 360 rotation that takes 80 minutes. No matter where you are seated in this restaurant, you will get a full view of the entire city.

Foundation Room

This location used to be a club for only the elitist of the elites, but now it has become much easier to gain entry. It is a dining space and lounge, and it extends to an outdoor patio at the very top of the Mandala Bay Resort. It’s actually possible to hang off the side of the building, and enjoy some of the most spectacular views you can find in the city of Las Vegas.

The Barrymore

Regarded as one of the Las Vegas’ hidden gems, the Barrymore offers amazing steak and a variety of about 50 wines all priced under $50. Apart from the wines and steaks, there is a bar and an outdoor patio that offers picturesque views of the Fontainebleau (which has never been opened), and of the Riviera.

Lago by Julian Serrano

Lago offers you a beautiful and charming view of the Fountains at Bellagio. At the patio, it’s almost like you can reach out and youth the waters of the fountain.

Mandarin Bar and Twist

The Mandarin Oriental is a Las Vegas hotel unlike any other. Checking in is not done on the ground floor, but on the 23rd, and you will gain access with the aid of an elevator. The lobby is situated here, and so are some of the best restaurants in Vegas including Twist and the Mandarin Bar. These two restaurants provide a breathtaking 180-degree of the Las Vegas Strip.

You deserve to enjoy the best of things while in Sin City, and the best views are inclusive. Treat your eyes to the very best, and you’ll be grateful you did.


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