Las Vegas does extravagance like no other city. The adults’ playground is all about opulence and luxury, so it only makes sense that the hotels and resorts lining the famous Las Vegas Strip are all wonderfully lavish and over the top as well.

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While all the hotels on the Strip have an element of abundance and affluence, there are a select few that stand out as being exceedingly extravagant. So much so that they don’t seem real until you see them in real life! Keep reading to find out what 10 Las Vegas hotels are too extravagant to be true.

10 The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is nearly 10 years old, but it is still the newest luxury hotel on the Strip. Like the other hotels on the Strip, the Cosmopolitan offers a world of entertainment and luxury. It also boasts Marquee, which was the highest-grossing club in the country in 2012.

The best part about staying at The Cosmopolitan is that many of the rooms (and there are more than 3,000 of those) have their own private terrace outside. There are also three pools, one of them in the nightclub.

9 Paris

Why go to France when you can go to Las Vegas and stay at the Paris? It’s not hard to guess what the theme of this hotel is. But it’s so much more than just French-themed restaurants and staff members wearing berets. The hotel has its own Eiffel Tower that’s half as tall as the real one. It also boasts replicas of the Arc de Triomphe and La Fontaine des Mers.

Walking through this hotel feels like you really have landed in Paris, thanks to the charming interior. Be prepared to see romantic lampposts, French shop fronts, and faux cobblestone.

8 Bellagio

One of the most famous resorts on the Las Vegas Strip, the Bellagio isn’t lacking on the extravagance front. Another European-inspired hotel, the theme here is the town of Bellagio which is located nearby the world-famous Lake Como in the north of Italy. Inside you’ll find a conservatory and spectacular botanical gardens.

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The main point of interest that draws thousands of tourists to the Bellagio is the Fountains of Bellagio. The fountain is synchronized to music and dances over the lake in front of the hotel for throngs of excited visitors.

7 Resorts World

Technically, Resorts World is still under construction. But by December 2020, Las Vegas will have yet another luxury hotel that seems too extravagant to be true. According to the website of the company building the hotel, Resorts World will have a Chinese theme. Inside, you’ll be able to find restaurants serving traditional regional dishes from China.

Aside from a casino, the resort will have its own garden, a tower with a ginormous Chinese lantern, an amphitheater, a pool, and buildings showcasing traditional Chinese architecture. Guests will stay in one of the three towers.

6 Luxor

Does it get more extravagant than a hotel shaped like an Egyptian pyramid with its own sphinx? Nope, we don’t think so! It’s not difficult to tell that the Luxor hotel is inspired by Egypt, and in particular, the city of Luxor (or ancient Thebes). Although it’s been opened since 1993, the hotel has undergone a series of renovations to keep it looking shiny and new.

Inside the Luxor, you’ll find 20 retail stores, four swimming pools and whirlpools, and a spa. There’s also a wedding chapel, in case you are in the mood for some quick Vegas nuptials.

5 The Palazzo

The tallest completed building in the entire state, the Palazzo definitely stands out in the Las Vegas skyline. This hotel is all about luxury and emulates the feel of the Italian Renaissance. If you like to have your space when you travel, then this hotel might be the accommodation for you, as it offers the largest standard rooms on the Las Vegas Strip.

Inside the complex, there is the Las Vegas Car Museum, which showcases some of the world’s finest automobiles. The Palazzo adjoins to the neighboring Venetian Resort and Casino, which has also made our list.

4 Mandalay Bay

Mandalay Bay is a resort fit for a king. Well, with its golden façade, it definitely looks the part. One of the best reasons to stay here is to enjoy the paradise on earth that is Mandalay Beach. This 4.5 ha pool area is home to no less than three heated pools, a wave pool, a river, and a waterfall.

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Mandalay Beach has won the title of Best Pool of Las Vegas for seven years in a row, and it’s easy to see why. Also located in the resort are a shark reef aquarium and a salt-water aquarium.

3 Treasure Island

Known simply by some as TI, Treasure Island is one of the city’s best-loved hotels. The hotel is renowned for boasting some of the best entertainment on the Strip, many of its attractions and shows keeping up with the Pirates and Caribbean theme. Though the famous pirate show is no more, the hotel now hosts the Mystères how by Cirque du Soleil.

Treasure Island is also home to the Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N., which is an interactive exhibit that introduces visitors to the Avengers. Guests of TI also love dining at Gilley’s Saloon, “the only real honky-tonk saloon” on the Strip.

2 New York New York

There’s nothing quite like New York City, but the New York New York hotel on the Las Vegas Strip comes pretty close! This hotel was designed to make you feel like you’ve landed in New York, and it does a pretty good job of that with all the architecture resembling the city.

One of the most notable features of New York New York is the Roller Coaster. Traveling over 200 feet high, the Roller Coaster trains travel through the inside and the outside of the hotel and resemble traditional NYC checker cabs.

1 The Venetian

If it’s opulence you’re after, then you might like to consider staying at The Venetian, which together with The Palazzo and the adjacent Convention Center, is the second-largest hotel on the planet. There are four theaters inside The Venetian, as well as several high-end shopping boutiques. But the best part about it is the Grand Canal running through the hotel and the way it so accurately replicates Venice.

You’ll see models of real Venetian landmarks, including St. Mark’s Campanile, the Rialto Bridge, and Palazzo Ducale. It’s also an ideal place to take a Gondola ride while your Gondolier serenades you.

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