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Las Vegas Hotels with In-Room Jacuzzi

Take a break from the casinos, bars, and nightclubs. These 10 Las Vegas resorts go the extra mile with a jacuzzi in their best rooms. It's the perfect way to relax and recharge in the middle of your exciting Sin City getaway.

The classic rock hit “Lick It Up” by KISS includes a simple instruction: “You gotta live like you’re on vacation.” Well, that’s what being a resident of Las Vegas is like. Millions visit our town every year to cash in their paid time-off — and hopefully a few casino chips — but there’s nothing quite like making the most of a local’s discount and enjoying a staycation on the Strip. A few times a year, I leave home and take a quick drive to one of the city’s best resorts. Most are known for their suites, restaurants, and nightclubs, but I especially enjoy the spas. Spending hours in a quiet retreat where I can receive a deep-tissue massage, sweat out the toxins in a steam room or just take a long soak in a hot tub is a treasured experience I will always appreciate.

That sense of pampering carries over to the best hotel rooms in Vegas, many of which have jacuzzis of their own. Whether you win or lose on the casino floor, nothing takes the edge off a long day of playing tourist than turning on the jets, heating up the water, and relaxing with the lights turned down low. Invite someone special and you’ve mastered the formula for an intimate, romantic evening — all without the fuss of leaving your room or suite.

If this sounds good, make sure to choose the right accommodations. Some of the best hotel rooms in Las Vegas come with a hot tub. You just need to pick the one that’s right for you.

Soak in Incredible Views at Wynn Las Vegas

The Wynn Las Vegas hotel property, which includes the Wynn and Encore towers, is one of the most luxurious resorts in Las Vegas. It also has a little bit of everything. The casino floor includes the best sports book in town with a curved high-definition video wall to catch all the action. There are two nightclubs on the property — XS and Encore Beach Club — that each have an outdoor pool deck. The restaurants, however, are worth a visit alone. SW Steakhouse and Mizumi both serve certified authentic Kobe beef while Lakeside offers fresh seafood by the scenic Lake of Dreams. Wing Lei earned a Michelin star for its modern take on Chinese cuisine

Hotel guests can regroup from the excitement in a variety of accommodations. Even the least expensive rooms have sharp contemporary furnishings, large windows, and oversized Roman-style soaking tubs. For more indulgence, upgrade to a Fairway Villa along the Wynn golf course. The master bedroom includes a secluded bathroom with an infinity-edge jetted tub. With an overhead chandelier and accent lighting, it’s easy to set the mood and relax in the water. High rollers will be eager to check into a three-bedroom duplex, which includes two whirlpool spa tubs. Alexa voice controls peel back the curtain to enjoy eye-popping floor-to-ceiling views of the Strip to the south and Stratosphere tower to the north.

Wynn Las Vegas

Top rated
Las Vegas
9.2 Excellent (46615 reviews)

Discover a Modern Edge at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

The Cosmopolitan has a stylish, contemporary image, making it one of the most popular hotels on the Strip. Its boutique feel is balanced by indulgent attractions, including a strong restaurant lineup, rooftop pools, and Sahra Spa, which is one of the best on the Strip. Entertainment is found at the Chelsea Theater or Marquee Nightclub and Dayclub. Vesper, Clique, Barbershop and the three-level Chandelier Bar all know how to prepare a stiff handcrafted cocktail. The casino has large windows facing the Strip — unique for Vegas hotels that traditionally prefer to close out the outside world to gamblers.

The hotel accommodations come with a saucy side. Standard rooms were recently renovated with a modern, artistic touch. It’s hard to overlook the square-shaped Japanese-style deep soaking tub with a window facing the bed. You have to walk through the shower to reach it — and with a window view facing the Strip, you may never want to get out and dry off. The hotel was originally planned as a condominium, which explains why the Cosmopolitan is the only resort on the Strip with open-air balconies. Visitors with a little extra spending money (or a few friends along for the ride) may prefer to book a three-level bungalow overlooking the pool at Marquee Dayclub. Take a dip in a private heated plunge pool on the third-floor terrace.

The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas

Top rated
Las Vegas
9.1 Excellent (26941 reviews)

Journey Back to the Roman Empire at Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace is a rare example of a Las Vegas Strip hotel that’s managed to stick around for more than 50 years without being rebranded or imploded. During that time, the hotel has dramatically expanded and fortunately, everyone can “live like a Caesar” regardless of price point. All of the standard rooms (referred to officially as “premium” rooms) in the Augustus, Octavius, and Palace towers have jetted tubs in their bathrooms. For those seeking more indulgent options, the Titus, Cleopatra, and Marc Anthony villas have jacuzzis to match their tile floors, large bedrooms, and lavish living rooms, which may include a grand piano or fish tank. The Titus villa has jets in the private pool on the outdoor patio. All of the villas have direct access to the sprawling Garden of the Gods pool deck. They may be on the pricey side, but they’re a great choice for bachelor or bachelorette parties.

As one of the largest hotels on the Strip, Caesars Palace has no shortage of attractions. See a show at the Colosseum or the outdoor circus tent that hosts Absinthe. Grab dinner at Old Homestead Steakhouse, Rao’s for classic Italian, or Mr Chow for contemporary Cantonese. Omnia is one of the newer nightclubs on the Strip with a high-tech chandelier that levitates over the dance floor and an outdoor patio with neon-soaked views. Caesars Palace is centrally located and connects to the neighboring Bellagio via pedestrian bridge.

Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino

Las Vegas
7.7 Good (48777 reviews)

Vdara is Your Home Away From Home in Las Vegas

Sometimes you want to get away from the crowds and chaos — even in Las Vegas. Vdara is a combination hotel/condominium property with every unit available for purchase. That means the rooms follow an all-suites format with large bedrooms, kitchens, and dining areas. The views are incredible — whether facing the Strip or Spring Mountain range — with large windows that occasionally wrap around the side of the building.

Those views are best enjoyed from sleek, contemporary soaking tubs in spa-like bathrooms found in every one of Vdara’s rooms. For further escapism, head downstairs to the spa or rooftop pool deck, where private cabanas come with personal plunge pools. The Vdara lobby is relatively quiet. Food is available at the Vice Versa bar, but there aren’t any restaurants — which is a good thing for those looking to avoid heavy foot traffic. However, plenty of dining spots can be found at the neighboring Aria (connected by tram) or Bellagio (connected by pedestrian walkway).

Vdara Hotel & Spa

Top rated
Las Vegas
8.5 Excellent (13452 reviews)

Get Close to Nature at the Red Rock Resort

Named after the colorful canyon west of Las Vegas, the Red Rock Resort is the largest casino hotel in the master-planned community of Summerlin. The property has a single tower in a unique U-shaped design that surrounds the central pool deck. Check out the action by renting a Grand Villa Suite, which includes a private plunge pool on a large outdoor patio. You can even grab a drink from a small bar without having to dry off. Back inside, the marbled bathrooms have deep jacuzzis to relax your muscles after a long day.

For an even more luxurious options, head to the top floor where the One 80 Suite lives up to its name with views of both the Strip and Red Rock Canyon from a long terrace that includes a dining table, bar, and hot tubs. Each of the two bedrooms have their own jacuzzis. It’s definitely a large party space, but if you need more excitement, a free shuttle to the Strip awaits downstairs. Looking for something close by? Just walk next door to Downtown Summerlin, an outdoor retail and dining complex that includes a brand new minor league baseball stadium.

Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa

Top rated
Las Vegas
9.0 Excellent (4610 reviews)

NoMad Las Vegas


As a hotel-within-a-hotel concept, NoMad Las Vegas is its own separate component of the Park MGM. Rich in character and charm, NoMad is modeled after the original in New York City with a dedicated lobby, valet, bar, and restaurant. At times, it’s easy to feel like you’re in a stylish Big Apple apartment instead of a Las Vegas hotel.

The suites include freestanding pedestal tubs by Victoria + Albert Baths that are actually placed in the center of the floor, taking full advantage of a unique open design. It’s a nice change of pace from most Vegas hotel rooms — and a romantic touch for those who want to stay in for the evening. During the day, spend time at NoMad’s dedicated rooftop pool. It has enticing views of nearby CityCenter and the best food and cocktail menu of any pool on the Strip.

NoMad Las Vegas

Top rated
Las Vegas
9.2 Excellent (957 reviews)

Escape the Strip at the JW Marriott

It’s easy to forget you’re in Las Vegas at the JW Marriott. The landscaping that surrounds the hotel features a beautifully manicured lawn, garden walkways, waterfalls and towering palm trees imported from the Middle East. The Rampart Casino, which shares space on the property, is on the older side and geared toward locals. You’re better off splashing around the pool or enjoying a steak at the Hawthorn Grill.

The JW Marriott is in the west valley on the edge of Summerlin. By being off the Strip, you get a little more for your dollar in the hotel suites. The rooms are large and often come with Juliet balconies to breathe in all that fresh air. Every room at the hotel includes a jacuzzi in the corner of the bathroom.

JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort and Spa

Top rated
Las Vegas
8.8 Excellent (2261 reviews)

Dig into the Charm of Downtown with the Golden Nugget

The Golden Nugget is the largest and nicest hotel in Downtown Las Vegas. It sits on the Fremont Street Experience, a five-block pedestrian mall with an overhead video screen, multiple stages for live music, and a parade of busy casinos with colorful lights and neon marquees.

The property has several room options, but it’s best to stick with the Spa Tower, which is more quiet and less family-oriented. (In other words, fewer noisy children.) As the name suggests, the tower’s elevator leads directly to the spa, a welcome retreat for a quick massage or makeover. But staying upstairs in your room can be just as relaxing. The Spa Suites are two stories with a winding staircase that leads upstairs. In a fun twist, a whirlpool tub sits on the edge of the loft-style second level, looking down on not only the living room but also in some cases, the pool deck as seen through large, dramatic windows. Try to eventually make your way down there and ride a water slide that passes through a shark tank.

Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino Las Vegas

Las Vegas
7.8 Good (18595 reviews)

The Palms

This off-Strip property has been around for 17 years, but feels brand new thanks to a recent $690 million renovation. The Palms added hot restaurants like Vetri Cucina (Italian with 56-story views) and Shark (seafood and fusion by Bobby Flay). The lobby and casino now feel bright and open. The pool deck was completely redone with KAOS Nightclub and Dayclub as the centerpiece.

The rooms all have a new look too. That includes the Sky Villas in the Fantasy Tower, featuring cantilevered hot tubs on the patio and deep soaking tubs with hydrotherapy jets. The Palms is famous for its themed suites — one is modeled after a bowling alley, another after a basketball court — which have deep soaking tubs, but no jets.

Palms Casino Resort

Las Vegas
8.3 Very good (9191 reviews)