Most people would tell you that Las Vegas gets the moniker “Sin City” because of its casinos, prostitutes, and nightclubs.But we’re pretty sure its hotel bathrooms deserve a spot on the list: They’re easily among the most sinfully luxurious in the world.
Some of the best come from Las Vegas’ newest hotels, like those in the $11 billion City centre complex — but those at luxury icons like the Bellagio and Palazzo still hold their own. Take a photo tour of the best of the best.
A hipper, quieter sister to the attached Mandalay Bay, the hotel attracts a younger crowd that prefers urban chic to ornate luxury. Bathrooms have black marble showers and dark wood cabinets.
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The 2,716-room Wynn is one of the Strip's most extravagant luxury hotels, and even the bathrooms in the standard Resort Room are huge, with deep tubs, separate glass-walled showers, double sinks, and a separate toilet room.
Read more about Wynn Las Vegas.
The Rialto Suite bathrooms come with lots of marble, gold accents, mirrors, a 17-inch flat-screen, and a deep tub. It's easy to see why the Venetian earned its reputation for opulence.
Read more about Venetian Resort Hotel Casino.
Rooms in this 4,004-room megaresort in City centre start at 520 square feet, and have big marble-covered bathrooms with rain showerheads and separate deep soaking tubs.
Read more about Aria Resort & Casino at Oyster.
The big bathrooms in the Studio Suite have flat-screen TVs embedded in the mirror, Italian marble floors, and huge Jacuzzi tubs -- no less than you'd expect from the Donald.
Read more about Trump International Tower & Hotel.
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