The lobby of this Mandarin Oriental is on the 23rd floor along with Twist restaurant and the Mandarin bar, both of which offer 180-degree views. In the Mandarin bar, three walls of dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows offer stunning panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip (pictured above). Cocktail choices include the Manhattan-inspired Smoke & Mirrors or a Lovers Potion cocktail.
This one is really high! Las Vegas Skyfall lounge is located on the 64th floor of the Delano hotel-within-a-hotel at Mandalay Bay. With a special Valentine’s Day menu and nibbles, the James Bond-inspired Skyfall provides a 180-degree view of the Strip. It feels so high that you could be in a plane. If you are in Vegas for romance, this would be a great place to propose plus it offers an incredible cocktail list.
Attracting DJs like Calvin Harris with a moving chandelier that hangs over the massive dance floor, this nightclub has an open air terrace that offers an al-fresco view of the Strip from Caesars Palace. It might not be as high as the other bars in this list but it still has a great view!
This Italian restaurant offers excellent views from the 51st floor of The Palms’ hotel. You can eat or simply enjoy beer, wine and cocktails.
Foundation Room Las Vegas is located on the top floor of Mandalay Bay Resort offering a breathtaking view of the Las Vegas strip. Enjoy an eclectic and seasonal menu with items including a 14-ounce Prime New York Strip & the Braised Long Bone Short Rib, paired with wines or a unique hand-crafted cocktail from some of the best mixologists Las Vegas. Foundation Room is perfect for an intimate night with that special someone or a unforgettable experience with a cocktail.
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