The Sweetest Suites in Las Vegas for Valentine’s Day

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Visiting Las Vegas for Valentine’s Day? There’s no better time to book a luxurious room or suite for your beloved. It’s sure to make your whispered sweet nothings sound even sweeter.

And Las Vegas knows how to turn up the heat when it comes to amore. The city is home to some of the most romantic hotels in the world. People come from all over to enjoy a glittering paradise – where indulgence of every kind is the norm. From gorgeous views to bubbling spa tubs and fantasy themes, you’ll have some sensational room choices both on and off the Strip.

The El Contempo suite at the El Cortez

The El Contempo suite at the El Cortez

Take, for example, the El Contempo suite at the El Cortez. It’s one of the rooms that was renovated as part of the hotel’s innovative Design-A-Suite Downtown competition. The décor boasts sultry tones of gold, white and charcoal.

“There are ‘fun surfaces’ like high-gloss floors, shag carpets, leather furniture, a mirrored headboard and a curtain made of gold beads – as well as an in-room Jacuzzi,” said Alexandra Epstein, the executive manager of the El Cortez. “The room seems almost made for romantic evenings.”

Plus, there are plenty of ways for a couple to set their enchanted night in motion at the El Cortez. Dinner at The Flame Steakhouse makes for a wonderful choice. Not only is there a vintage menu of  dining classics, such as oysters Rockefeller and chicken Kiev, but patrons will also take pleasure in an incredible wine list and music supplied by a live pianist.

“Follow up dinner with drinks at our brand new Parlour Bar, where our bartenders hand-craft specialty cocktails, and entertainment is live and exciting. If you feel like testing your luck, take your shot at any of our exciting games,” added Epstein. “The best part – you are able to participate in all of this without breaking the bank!”

Or if you desire flirty, more contemporary surroundings for your ideal Valentine’s celebration, spend a night in the Diva Mega Suite at Rumor Boutique Hotel, which is located just east of the Strip.

The pink Mega Diva Suite at Rumor Boutique Hotel

The pink Mega Diva Suite at Rumor Boutique Hotel

“Whether it is a night out on the town or just getting away from it all, we’re perfectly situated close enough to the action of the Strip, but far enough removed that a couple can enjoy each other’s company while experiencing pampering service,” said Shaw McPherson, the general manager of Rumor Boutique Hotel.

In this extravagant suite, you’ll be immersed in a soft pink color scheme, which is sure to bring out your passionate side. And if you call ahead, you can have a private Valentine’s meal – a five-course dinner with wine pairings – served by a butler.

“The view from the balcony of the courtyard and skyline of the Las Vegas Strip is breathtaking in the evening,” said McPherson. “Sipping a glass of champagne there with the one you love as the sun goes down is the perfect way to begin any romantic evening.”

Below we’ve compiled a list of 10 sizzling suites in Sin City, where chances are good you’ll get lucky! They encompass a wide variety of prices and amenities.

But remember, love should be celebrated all year long – not just on Valentine’s Day. So if you can’t get away for a stay on Feb. 14, don’t worry…simply plan a trip to Las Vegas later in the year. With romance on tap 24/7, the city is always ready to help you create memories that will last a lifetime.

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10 Suite Spots

The Jacuzzi in the El Contempo suite at the El Cortez

The Jacuzzi in the El Contempo suite at the El Cortez

1. El Contempo at the El Cortez

What Makes It Romantic: There are sleek white furnishings, gold flooring and a matching gold ceiling. Along with a mirrored headboard and a gold-beaded curtain, guests can immerse themselves in a private Jacuzzi.
Size: 600 square feet
Price:
Starting at $180 per night
Guide to the Perfect Evening:
Dinner at The Flame Steakhouse, drinks in The Parlour and some games of chance on the casino floor will help get you into the groove for the game of love.

The bathroom in the Mega Diva Suite at the Rumor

The bathroom in the Mega Diva Suite at Rumor Boutique Hotel

2. The Diva Mega Suite at Rumor Boutique Hotel

What Makes It Romantic: There’s pink wherever the eye can see in here! This modern suite with sexy wall murals boasts a custom California king bed and zig-zag mirrors, as well as an extra-large balcony overlooking the courtyard.
Size: 1,000 square feet
Price:
Starting at $349.30 per night
Ideas for the Perfect Evening:
Dine in the hotel’s Addiction Restaurant, where you can savor “Tapatizers” and desserts like the Lava Bundt Cake, or stay in the suite for a private five-course dinner served by a butler.

The mirrored ceiling in the Deluxe Luv Tub room at the Imperial Palace

The mirrored ceiling in the Deluxe Luv Tub room at the Imperial Palace

3. Deluxe Luv Tub Room at the Imperial Palace

What Makes It Romantic: Not only is there a Roman “luv tub” in the room, but you’ll also discover a king bed beneath a mirrored ceiling. What more could you ask for?
Size: 380 square feet
Price: Starting at $60 per night
Ideas for the Perfect Evening: The Nomiya Lounge on the resort’s fifth floor offers elegant surroundings for a pre-dinner cocktail. Have succulent steaks, accompanied with tableside salad and dessert preparations at Embers steakhouse. Then catch the Australian quartet Human Nature, whose timeless love songs are sure to melt your hearts.

4. One-Story Sky Villa at the Palms

The bedroom in the one-story Sky Villa at the Palms

The bedroom in the one-story Sky Villa at the Palms

What Makes It Romantic: Located in the resort’s Fantasy Tower, this decadent play pad boasts a private cantilevered Jacuzzi pool that overlooks the Strip. You can also cozy up near the fireplace on the rotating bed in the master bedroom.
Size: 6,000 square feet
Price: Starting at $10,000 per night
Ideas for the Perfect Evening: So many sexy things to do, so little time! Start by feeding each other with chopsticks in Little Buddha. Follow dinner with a cocktail in the ghostbar, which is situated 55 floors above the Strip. Then reach for the stars – thanks to a retractable roof – in Moon nightclub, while gyrating, dipping and spinning on color-changing glass tiles.

The breathtaking view in the Panorama Suite at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

The breathtaking view in the Panorama Suite at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

5. Panorama Suite at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

What Makes It Romantic: This room is decked out with everything – an oversized soaking tub with a retractable wall, elegant leather furnishings and a 52-inch flat-screen TV. However, the pièce de résistance is the 180-degree view of the Strip from the windows.
Size: 1,255 square feet
Price: Starting at $2,000 per night
Ideas for the Perfect Evening: Feeling a little voyeuristic? Go take a peek at “Peepshow” starring Holly Madison. Dinner in the Strip House will also excite your senses with items like truffle creamed spinach, goose fat potatoes and the 24-layer chocolate cake. Finally, stop by Gallery Nightclub and sip a cocktail next to one of the stunning glass fireplaces.

The bedroom in the Piazza Suite at The Venetian

The bedroom in the Piazza Suite at The Venetian

6. Piazza Suite at The Venetian

What Makes It Romantic: Once you step inside the marble foyer, you’ll be surrounded by elegance. The pillow-top king-sized bed is fitted with luxurious Egyptian cotton sheets. The furnishings are palatial. And there’s a jetted tub in the 170-square-foot bathroom that you’ll never want to step out of.
Size: 1,400 square feet
Price: Starting at $369 per night
Ideas for the Perfect Evening: Like the Italian city it’s named for, passion and romance are in the air here. Take your sweetheart on a gondola ride down a replica of the Grand Canal.  Enter the heartrending world of “Phantom – The Las Vegas Spectacular,” and then feed your palates the mouth-watering Italian specialties of Mario Batali in Carnevino.

The living room in the Senators Suite at Caesars Palace

The living room in the Senators Suite at Caesars Palace

7. Senators Suite in the Augustus Tower at Caesars Palace

What Makes It Romantic: With sweeping views of the Strip, you’ll feel as powerful as the Romans once did. Of course, the furnishings are stately and provide every comfort imaginable. The bathroom even has a double-sided connecting shower (i.e., there’s an walk-in shower in the center with glass doors on either side  to connect two separate marble bathrooms).
Size: 2,000 square feet
Price: Starting at $2,729 per night
Ideas for the Perfect Evening: There’s nothing more romantic than being serenaded by Celine Dion. Passionate kisses are guaranteed upon hearing her belt out “My Heart Will Go On” from the movie “Titanic.” To get your chocolate fix, stop by either Payard Pâtisserie & Bistro or Serendipity 3. And before your bed gets rocking, feel the gentle sway of ardor on Cleopatra’s Barge, the resort’s floating lounge.

The living area of the penthouse suite in HOTEL32 at Monte Carlo

The living area of the Penthouse Suite in HOTEL32 at Monte Carlo

8. One-Bedroom Penthouse Suite in HOTEL32 at Monte Carlo

What Makes It Romantic: This sky-high suite is enchanting and extravagant in every detail. Rich colors of chocolate, orange and cream set a tone of warmth, while surfaces including marble, onyx and granite create a feeling of sophistication. In addition to a 65-inch HDTV, you’ll appreciate the wet bar stocked with all your personal favorites and a billiards table in the living area. The bathroom is a spa-like sanctuary with a Kohler chromatherapy steam shower and a separate hydrotherapy soaking tub. Plus, you’ll have a “suite assistant” at your beck and call who will do everything from check you in and help you select the right pillow (from a menu of 12) to press your clothes and plan a custom itinerary for the night.
Size: 1,600 square feet
Price: Starting at $600 per night
Guide to the Perfect Evening: Start out the evening being treated like the ultimate VIPs in LOUNGE32, where you’ll find an assortment of free refreshments and cocktails. Continue the debauchery with a spicy meal in Diablos Cantina – the Mexican restaurant is sure to bring out the devil in you. Then, if youre feeling hot, cool down in minus5, a wonderland where the bar, seats and glasses are made of ice. In a short while, youll have to return to your suite and warm each other up!

The orante bathroom in the Prestige Luxury Suite at The Palazzo

The ornate bathroom in the Prestige Luxury Suite at The Palazzo

9. Prestige Luxury Suite at The Palazzo

What Makes It Romantic: A plush bed fit for royalty makes for an intimate and relaxing getaway. There’s a huge all-marble bathroom and a sunken living room. Plus, guests staying on the Prestige level (i.e., an exclusive area located on the 23rd floor that offers amazing views of the Strip) receive the bonus benefits of a private champagne check-in and access to a 12,000-square-foot lounge that hosts cooking demonstrations, bountiful breakfasts and complimentary afternoon cocktails.
Size: 720 square feet
Price: Starting at $319 per night
Guide to the Perfect Evening: Sip on Flower Eclipse champagne cocktails in the Laguna Champagne Bar, then tuck into dinner at Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro for the perfect combination of a traditional steakhouse joined with a cheese and charcuterie bar. Then end the night by taking a romantic soak in your suite. Couples looking to fan the flames of passion can choose from one of the signature options – such as the Lavender, Bagno Veneziano or cute Rubber Ducky baths – drawn by a “bath butler.”

Cypress Suite at the Bellagio

The elegantly rounded Cypress Suite at the Bellagio

10. Cypress Suite at Bellagio

What Makes It Romantic: Thanks to a unique arc-shaped layout, you’ll be surrounded in comfort. Imagine all this: a marble foyer, a 42-inch HDTV with surround sound, a DVD player, luxurious linens, robes and his/her bathrooms with a whirlpool tub and steam shower. As if that’s not enough, there are large windows with excellent views – especially if you request one facing the manmade lake.
Size: 1,525 square feet
Price: Starting at $450 per night
Guide to the Perfect Evening: Set off for the Petrossian Bar, next to the lobby, where there’s late afternoon tea service and live music from a one-of-a-kind Steinway grand piano. Devour dinner in Le Cirque, which is regularly showered with awards for the eloquent French cuisine. Take in the aquatic artisty in “O,” set in a theater designed to look like an old opera house. Finally, head back to your room to watch the Fountains of Bellagio – the most romantic landmark in all of Las Vegas.

Renee LiButti

Renee was born in Las Vegas, so instead of a 24-hour party and gambling town, Sin City just feels like home to her. Since graduating from UNLV, she has worked for a variety of books, magazines and websites in Las Vegas as well as in far-off cities like Dublin, London and Dubai. Renee has been with Vegas.com since April 2010 covering hotels, gaming, clubs and bars. A cup of tea and a good book will forever be two of her favorite things.

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