Suite Hearts: Where to StayJust about every hotel on the Strip boasts a romantic honeymoon suite, but not all are created equally. Newlyweds looking for seclusion, romance and beautiful views would do well to book the Terrace One Bedroom at The Cosmopolitan. This 720-square-foot suite features an oversized private terrace and deep Japanese soaking tub, both with spectacular views of the Strip skyline. Wynn’s Fairway Villa checks in at 2,411 square feet of luxury. You’ll love the mahogany and granite wet bar, marble infinity-edge bathtub and private massage room. The complimentary limo ride from and to the airport is also a nice touch. MGM Grand’s Skyline Terrace Suite is spread across two stories and features an 800-square-foot private terrace with a plush sectional sofa that overlooks the Strip. You’ll fall head over heels for the vaulted ceilings and massive master bedroom.
Table for Two: Where to DineThe perfect Vegas honeymoon involves plenty of fine dining, and Las Vegas restaurants are known for their decadence. Picasso at Bellagio is one of the city’s finest dining establishments. Executive Chef Julian Serrano serves up masterful Spanish cuisine, and the wine cellar is stocked with more than 1,500 selections from the “finest European vineyards.” Pablo Picasso’s renowned paintings and ceramic pieces add to the restaurant’s lavishness. In classic Vegas style, you don’t get just one view from your table at Stratosphere’s Top of the World, located over 800 feet above the Strip. You get every view. The restaurant’s circular dining area rotates around the tower’s perimeter, affording every diner 360-degree views of the Vegas Valley. Another splendid dinner option among the many the Strip has to offer, Bouchon at The Venetian is a modern take on French cuisine from celebrated super chef Thomas Keller. The Steak Bouchon, a grilled ribeye smothered in bearnaise sauce and accompanied by French fries, is as amazing as it sounds.
Attractive Attractions: What to DoThis being a honeymoon, you’ll certainly be occupied for most of your time. There are plenty of romantic things to do in Vegas with what little spare time you will have. Take some adorable honeymoon selfies for Instagram at Bellagio’s Botanical Gardens. This larger-than-life floral playground showcases the “distinctive sights and colors of spring, summer, fall and winter—along with a special display for Chinese New Year.” The more than 50,000 flowers come together to form beautiful sculptures. Love birds honeymooning in Vegas can also take an aerial tour of the Las Vegas Strip aboard Maverick Helicopters’ Vegas Nights flight. Imagine holding your spouse close as you soar above the city’s mega-resorts while the neon and tourists buzz more than a thousand feet below. No couple’s trip to Las Vegas is complete without a couples massage. At Qua Baths & Spa inside Caesars Palace, newlyweds can treat themselves to the Kama Sutra with Shirodhara massage, which includes an exfoliation of oxidant-rich Champagne grape seeds and a hydrating massage using pure aphrodisiac massage oils. The Old World charm of the spa’s massive marble showers serves as a splendid setting for the private shower for two that concludes the treatment.
There is no shortage of romance to find during a honeymoon in Las Vegas. Your concierge can certainly help you arrange the most romantic and decadent vacation you’ll ever take. For more great Vegas travel advice and recommendations, be sure to like our Facebook page. While there, share your favorite Las Vegas photos and stories. We’d love to hear from you!