Best Club Floors & VIP Lounges In Las Vegas


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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 a high-roller lifestyle without having to gamble your life savings away.

We review which hotels in Las Vegas offer club floors or VIP lounges to guests and how to gain entry into this exclusive world. Reviewing each of these club lounges and floors lets you decide which hotel is best for you and when it is worth upgrading to enjoy this VIP lifestyle.

Some of the hotels our luxury travel concierge offers brilliant free benefits at in Las Vegas include Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Prestige at The Palazzo, Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas, Wynn Las Vegas, and Encore, Delano Las Vegas, SKYLOFTS at MGM Grand, Bellagio, ARIA Resort & Casino, and The SIGNATURE at MGM GRAND.

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.

Room service can be a lonely affair if you are not traveling in a group, so a club lounge provides the ideal environment to enjoy good food and atmosphere while being completely comfortable that you are sitting at a table for one. If you book into the VIP or Club floor of a Vegas hotel, many of the hotels outlined below will pick you up at the airport, which is an immediate saving to offset the price of upgrading.

I have compiled a list below containing the club lounges available across luxury hotels in Las Vegas. For us, The Aria Sky Suites lounge is the top choice and offers the best lounge simply because I love the contemporary design of the lounge and the rooms. This hotel provides the VIP experience you are looking for without the mildly dated decor that you will find in hotels like the Renaissance.

1. 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 and suites lofts. This exclusive rooftop hotel has a contemporary club feel that would be more at home in LA than in Vegas. The Aria Sky Suites lounge offers complimentary food and beverage, including daily wine and cheese pairing and airport transfers. It is, in my opinion, one of the best hotel club lounges in Las Vegas.

2. Wynn Las Vegas & Encore Resort Club Floor And Lounge

These two sister hotels offer separate VIP entrances and registrations with private elevators leading to exclusive floors with added extras in their clubrooms. Wynn tower suites are decorated in an elegant and modern Regency style with excellent beds and marble-floored bathrooms with separate spa tubs. Tower suite guests also enjoy exclusive pool areas with the most luxurious cabanas on the Strip.

3. 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 check-in and the club lounge. The 12,000 ft² Club lounge freebies include 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 designs and are larger. 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).

4. Signature at MGM Prima Club and the Skylofts at MGM Grand

Skylofts at MGM Grand offer two-floor suites with 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 USD on the premises. Guests enjoy VIP check-in, suite upgrades, two-for-one dining, admission to WET Republic pool & MGM nightclubs, spa passes, and more.

5. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Many of our clients say that the Cosmopolitan Hotel is the only hotel we stay at when visiting the Las Vegas strip. When you book via our luxury travel concierge, the Autograph Lounge is included at no extra cost. This is not a club lounge but a check-in lounge that facilitates quick check-in at this hotel. While quick check-in may not be a problem every time you visit, at peak times, the queues can be an hour long or more to check-in, which makes this lounge an incredibly useful benefit. This hotel also benefits from balconies which are quite unusual in Las Vegas and appreciated by many of our clients.

6. 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.

7. 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, drinks, breakfast, and afternoon snacks like fried chicken wings and spring rolls.

8. Four Seasons Las Vegas

Four Seasons Las Vegas is one of the best hotels in Vegas. It is steps from world-class gaming, entertainment, and nightlife and yet remains an oasis of tranquillity. At the south end of the Strip, this non-gaming sanctuary provides immediate access to the amenities of Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.

Four Seasons has 424 guest rooms, including 86 suites, a small, intimate hotel by Las Vegas standards. In fact, the hotel itself is more like a club when compared to the other gigantic hotels in Vegas.

Accommodations are high above the crowds, set on the 35th to 39th floors of the Mandalay Bay tower, and accessed exclusively by Four Seasons express elevators. The elevated position and floor-to-ceiling windows ensure unsurpassed vistas of the scenic mountains and desert, the pool and gardens, and the glittering Las Vegas Strip. Our tip is to book a Strip View Room for unparalleled views of the glittering Las Vegas Strip.

The Workout Room overlooks the pool area surrounded by cabanas, and guests returning from an early morning run will be greeted with refreshing cold mineral water and a chilled towel at the front door.

Savor three distinct culinary experiences: Veranda’s modern Italian alfresco dining; PRESS, an indoor/outdoor lounge serving handcrafted cocktails and small plates; and Charlie Palmer Steak, the city’s premier steakhouse.

There is not, however, a club lounge at this Four Seasons hotel. There is a lounge called Press, but it is more like a bar or a lounge. You can drink craft cocktails in this stunning lounge and enjoy its vibrant social setting or relax fireside with a nightcap. The fundamental difference is that you have to pay for drinks and food in this lounge, unlike the offering in a club lounge where everything is free once you have paid for the access and are through the door.

Although we cannot offer club lounge access at this Four Seasons hotel because it doesn’t have a club lounge, our luxury travel concierge can book you in with some incredible benefits.

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