Newest Hotels On The Strip

Be the first to stay at the Vegas Strip's hottest new hotels

Las Vegas is a historic town, with hotels that date back decades. At the same time, the city stays on the cutting-edge of trends, and new properties grace the Strip every few years.

The newest hotels on the Strip are headliners in their own right. Recent additions include Resorts World Las Vegas, with three distinct hotel chains that set the standard for both luxury and style. Las Vegas visitors should also get ready for Fontainebleu Las Vegas, which is coming to the Strip after years of pending construction.

When a hotel rebrands, the novelty of its offerings makes it new. The former SLS made the shift into the current SAHARA Hotel in 2019, and a new pool complex and restaurants with celeb chefs were introduced. The former Monte Carlo is now Park MGM, an updated four-star resort that sits at the convergence of several Strip properties and entertainment venues.

Since Las Vegas is always on the bleeding edge, current and timeless resorts are always making changes.

Room updates, new restaurants and attractions keep properties fresh and relevant. To stay in the new, book a room at ARIA’s newly updated suites, and be sure to watch out for the highly anticipated MSG Sphere behind The Venetian Resort.

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FAQs about Booking a Hotel in Vegas

What are the newest hotels on the Strip?

Resorts World Las Vegas is the newest hotel on the Strip as of 2022.

Are there new hotels on the Las Vegas Strip?

Circa opened in 2020 and SAHARA rebranded from the SLS in 2018. Virgin Hotels is also new, with its opening date in 2021.

Will there be new hotels in Las Vegas?

Majestic Las Vegas is rumored to start construction in 2022, and Fontainebleau is being revisited and has a projected opening in 2023.