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With Las Vegas hotel room rates crazily competitive, it’s easier than ever to upgrade to VIP status which will give you access to exclusive hotel club floors and VIP or concierge lounges and enable you to enjoy high roller lifestyle without having to gamble your life savings away.

This article outlines which hotels in Las Vegas offer club floors or VIP lounges to guests and how to gain entry to this exclusive world. By reviewing each of these club lounges and club floors in turn, you can decide which hotel is best for you and when it is worth upgrading to enjoy this VIP lifestyle.

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Why Choose A Las Vegas Hotel With A Club Floor Or VIP Lounge?
When deciding which hotel to choose for your stay in a city like Las Vegas, it is sensible to consider the added extras provided by a hotel club lounge. Offerings usually include complimentary drinks and snacks throughout the day, breakfast in the morning and evening cocktails with canapés. Often the evening food and drink offering is more than enough to replace the need to go out for the evening.

Club or Executive hotel lounges provide an interesting environment to work and relax in. Some lounges also provide dedicated meeting rooms, although I find holding meetings in the main lounge more friendly. When I travel on my own for business, I don’t like to sit in restaurants on my own. Room service is also a lonely affair so a club lounge provides the ideal environment to enjoy good food and atmosphere whilst being completely comfortable that you are sitting on a table for one. If you book into the VIP or Club floor of a Vegas hotel, most of the below hotels will pick you up at the airport which is an immediate savings to offset the price of upgrading.

Which Hotels Have The Best Club Floors & VIP Lounges In Las Vegas?
I have compiled a list below containing the club lounges available across luxury hotels in Las Vegas. I list the ones I consider to be the best if you are looking to upgrade your stay. For me The Aria Sky Suites lounge (pictured above) is the top choice and offers the best lounge simply because I love the contemporary design of the lounge and the rooms. This hotel offers the VIP experience you are looking for without the mildly dated decor that you will find in hotels like the Renaissance.

Sky Suites at Aria VIP Lounge Review
Sky Suites at Aria offer a secluded club lounge to escape to and a choice of rooms to book, split into studios, suites lofts and pents. This exclusive roof top hotel has a contemporary club feel that would be more at home in LA than Vegas. The Aria Sky Suites lounge offers a complimentary food and beverage offering including a daily wine and cheese pairing, as well as airport transfers and is, in my opinion, one of the best hotel club lounges in las Vegas.

Lounge 32 at Monte Carlo Las Vegas
Hotel 32 at Monte Carlo Las Vegas is the plush boutique floor at the top of the Monte Carlo with private concierge and checkin, club lounge, spa passes. HOTEL32’s private LOUNGE32 combines untouchable views of the Vegas skyline (it is a relief to see sky after the darkness of most of the casinos) and complimentary refreshments throughout the day. The food is enough to fill you up with options like smoked salmon, melon soup and plates of strawberries drizzled in cream as well as juices, smoothies.

Wynn Las Vegas & Encore Resort Club Floor And Lounge
These two sister hotels both offer separate VIP entrances and registrations with private elevators leading to exclusive floors with added extras in their club rooms. Wynn tower suites are decorated in an elegant and modern Regency style with excellent beds and marble-floored bathrooms with separate spa tub. Tower suite guests also enjoy exclusive pool areas with the most luxurious cabanas on the Strip.

Palazzo & Venetian Las Vegas Club Floor And VIP Lounge
To reach the club or concierge level within these connected hotels, guests are shown directly to the 23rd floor, where they can enjoy a private champagne checkin and the club lounge. The 12,000-square-foot Club lounge freebies afternoon coffees and teas, hors d’oeuvres, cocktail reception, dessert and fruit, DVD library, packing and unpacking services, daily newspaper delivery, internet access and business center services. It is worth noting that you need to book a “Prestige suite” at the Palazzo to gain club lounge access Junior suites on the club levels are connected by private elevators with split level design and are larger in size. You might also want to consider the slightly more modest Fortuna suite, or options in the Venezia tower (with a fantastic 10th floor private pool).

Signature at MGM Prima Club and the Skylofts at MGM Grand
Skylofts at MGM Grand offer two-floor suites with an impressive sound systems, infinity tubs, espresso machines, and butler service. The private lobby becomes a cocktail lounge for happy hour. For less expense you can enjoy the Prima Club at MGM Grand and Signature in exchange for pledging to spend $500 on the premises, guest enjoy VIP check in, suite upgrades, two-for-one dining, admission to WET Republic pool & MGM nightclubs, spa passes, and more.

Gold Club at the Golden Nugget
Located on the 16th and 17th floors of the Golden Nugget Gold Tower, Gold Club Rooms Provide upgraded rooms which include VIP lounge check-in, free internet, better amenities, turn-down service, spa day passes, complimentary bottled water, no resort fee and buffet line passes.

Rennaissance Las Vegas Hotel By Marriott Club Lounge
Recently named one of the best value hotels in the country by Travel & Leisure magazine, The Rennaissance Las Vegas offers a Club lounge with great food offering drinks, breakfast and afternoon snacks like fried chicken wings and spring rolls.

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