See the Strip from your Room

Enjoy the best views of the Las Vegas Strip from your own hotel room.

See it all from these strip view suites in Vegas!

In the age of Instagram and TikTok, scoring perfect views is of the utmost importance when vacationing in Las Vegas. Luckily, the resorts and hotels on the Strip offer full and partial views of the famous Boulevard, so the photo and reel opportunities are plentiful from every angle. Don’t let the Vegas experience end when you settle down for the night; rest in the middle of the action with a stunning view of the Strip right out your window. Explore your view options below and continue reading to decide which hotel best suits your needs. Book your ideal stay today.

The vantage point all depends on where you stay. As the tallest observation tower in the state of Nevada, The STRAT is the undisputed champion of Las Vegas Strip views. Soak in the sights from the north side of the Strip on one of the observation decks, or get a great view of the ground from X-Scream, a thrill ride that tilts down from almost 900 feet in the air. Staying here not only provides the best sights, but you’ll be within easy walking distance of premier shopping and dining as well as 24/7 entertainment.

For more central sights, Bellagio is one of the Strip’s central resorts, and the Spa Tower suites offer a gorgeous combination of fountain and Strip views. An added perk? The Bellagio is pet-friendly, so your four-legged friend can enjoy incredible views of the Boulevard too. Directly across the street is another pooch-friendly option, The Cosmopolitan. Here, you’ll be able to book a suite with a wraparound terrace overlooking the Strip for a taste of luxury. Staying in the middle of the Strip puts you right in the heart of the action. Get the most out of your Las Vegas vacation and book a centrally-located Strip view suite.

On the south end of the Strip, the views are in and of the resorts themselves. Luxor has no shortage of sights, featuring Strip view rooms in both the pyramid and the tower. Mandalay Bay and Delano shine in the sun, with the latter possessing suites looking onto the new Allegiant Stadium for any eager football fans. In part due to its size, MGM Grand is a splendor to behold—we aren’t lion about that. There, you’ll have the opportunity to book their extravagant Two Bedroom Marquee Suite with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Strip.

There is a suite with a Strip view no matter how much you’re willing to spend. Just under a mile west of the Strip, the more affordable Rio hotel boasts views showcasing most of Las Vegas Boulevard. For a lavish, five-star experience with a strip view, consider a stay at the Four Seasons’ prime Las Vegas location, uniquely located on the south Strip, or the Encore. The Encore has numerous suites with strip views, but for a truly rare experience, book its luxurious Panoramic View Room.

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FAQs about Booking a Hotel in Vegas

Which hotel has the best views on the Las Vegas Strip?

While most hotels have Las Vegas Boulevard vantage points, any hotel located in the middle of the Strip will have unbeatable views.

What is the best Strip view in Vegas?

One of the best spots for views on the Strip is The STRAT Hotel, Casino & Skypod. You can even enjoy a rotating, 360 degree view of the Strip from their Top of the World restaurant.

Do Strip view hotel suites have balconies?

Some hotels have balconies with views of the Strip. Consult the Strip map to compare locations of hotels with balconies on the Strip.