Sometimes you just need to get off the Strip. With the constant lights, music, alcohol and partying, staying on the Strip can at times feel exhausting. But luckily for you, there is a wonderful collection of top-rated hotels that lie off the Strip—both close and far in parameter. We’ve put together a list of the 7 Best Off The Strip Vegas Hotels.
JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort and Spa
This is the perfect choice for those looking spend the day relaxing at the spa or playing a game of golf. As a guest, you’ll be given direct access to the TPC Las Vegas and Angel Park Golf Club through their on-site golf concierge. Home to several PGA tournaments, you’ll get to follow in the footsteps of golf legends on their 18-hole golf purse. And for those wanting a spa day, you’ll have the option to choose from Spa Aquae’s Ritual Room, six hydrotherapy circus pools and panoramic views of the Strip and surrounding mountains.
A favorite amongst locals, this resort offers all the amenities of the Strip but in much more manageable doses. The nearly 500 hotel rooms are all themed in a European old-school style and are within walking distance to the vibrant shopping center known as The District. A stay at this hotel is not complete without grabbing a slice of pizza from Tony Gemignani, who is an 11-time Wold Pizza Champion.
You’d don’t have to be on the Strip to have a great night of partying. The Palms is known for throwing legendary parties and their one of a kind hotel suites. You can choose from staying in a room with a full size basketball court or a suite full of nearly 100 Barbie dolls. The best perk of The Palms being off the Strip is that they offer some of the absolute best views of it anywhere in Vegas!
If you’re a music fan or a hard core partner, the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino is the place for you! Once you check in to this music-filled hotel that is full of incredible music memorabilia and a raging party scene, you’ll never want to leave to go to the Strip. To top it off, they have an amazing selection of restaurants to choose from, including a 24-hour a day coffee shop known as Mr. Lucky’s Café.
This boutique hotel is one of the newer additions to Vegas and has consistently made Forbes Travel Guide every year. Even the more conservative spenders won’t be able to resist the $5 blackjack tables or the affordable all you can eat buffet. You’ll also be in for a treat with over 180 different wines to choose from at the Hostile Grape tasting cellar.
The Westin at Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa
For those wanting absolutely nothing to do with the Strip, this is the place for you. You’ll have access to their own man made beach, a fire pit and a lake full of gondolas, yachts and fun water rides. The Westin also comes with it’s own private golf course that was designed by the golf legend himself Jack Nicklaus and a AAA-Four-Diamond award winning restaurant known as Marsha Steakhouse and Sushi.
Opposite to the Strip is Downtown Las Vegas. Formerly home to the original Vegas hotel and casinos, the area has recently been revamped with trendy and affordable hotels and casinos. Downtown Grand is one of the leading products in the area, with two towers of 600 refurbished hotel rooms. Channeling a New York vibe, this hipster hotel has an Art Bar to view different pieces of art with a wine in hand and an outdoor rooftop pool that often has its own DJ! Nearby the hotel is also the Farmers Market, in which every Friday you can purchase local goods and produce.
Daydreaming of your next off the Strip adventure? Book now and start planning your next trip to Las Vegas!