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The Best Las Vegas Hotels for ADULTS ONLY

#lasvegas #hotels #adultsonly

If you enjoy a mature and adult only experience in Las Vegas then you need to watch this video because I reveal the 10 top Las Vegas hotels that designed for adults – no kids!

There was a glorious time back in the day when kids were not allowed in Las Vegas. Vegas was a refuge, a place of solace and complete shelter from kids screaming at the top of their longs, crying for no reason, and constantly bothering others visitors expecting a mature and well-behaved crowd. Those olden days of Las Vegas can again be relived and treasured if you stay at one of the adult-focused hotels in this video. All 10 of these Las Vegas hotels in this video are almost or completely ADULTS-ONLY.

A dedicated adult experience in Vegas also provides an increase in the number of fine dining options, broader restaurant menus more tailored to refinery mature tastes, a reduced number of people on premises which then creates a more comfortable and relaxed property ambiance.

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📍 Park MGM Las Vegas
(888) 529-4828

📍 ARIA Resort & Casino
(866) 359-7757

📍 Resorts World Las Vegas
(833) 720-0585

📍 Paris Las Vegas
(877) 796-2096

📍 The LINQ Hotel + Experience
(800) 634-6441

📍 Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, Curio Collection by Hilton
(702) 693-5000

📍 The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
(702) 698-7000

📍 Wynn Las Vegas
(702) 770-7000

📍 Encore at Wynn Las Vegas
(702) 770-7000

📍 The Cromwell Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
(702) 777-3777

📍 Circa Resort & Casino
(702) 247-2258

0:00 – Intro
1:34 – Top 10 “Adults-Only” Hotels in Vegas

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40 thoughts on “The Best Las Vegas Hotels for ADULTS ONLY”

  1. I agree completely now that I’m all grown up and an empty nester. But I will add that my parents took me to Vegas in the 80s, I was a teen, and it was like a magical place that was off limits to me. I couldn’t wait to grow up and go back. And I’ve been going back for 30 years!

  2. My take on this, great video btw. Your points are valid, I would just say my experience. I take my 8 and 9 yr old maybe once a year to Vegas, have done for a few years, and we stay at Mandalay Bay, use the beach pool and then take fun trips to Circus Circus. So it can work, but it definitely requires a lot of planning. We also enjoy the room views, walking around the large hotel, taking the tram and just small things like that.

    I've personally cringed when at Fremont St at midnight (kid free those trips) seeing families with their kids there, but that's my personal view of it not being the right time nor place for children there.

  3. LMMFAO!!! Your opening to this video has made me super love your content. HAHAHA!!! This is also how I feel about people bringing the little ones to Vegas and New Orleans too. If your family lives in the cities proper…fine. But not the tourist parts. Those are not for kids. At all.

  4. The amount of people with children i saw on the strip at like 1am or later was fucking staggering. Go to a bar or restaurant for some drinks and apps and theres kids crying or running around, fuck that noise. Circus 🎪, mm, daytime zipline or family type stuff i got no problem with but if i can hear a child crying while playing roulette at 3am im fucking annoyed x100 and frankly disgusted in the "parent(s)" and have no prob calling them out on it. A nice, maybe theyre crying because they're tired!?! Usually stirs the pot

  5. James, you have got to check out some cruises! I think you would love them, and most importantly I think it would generate you tons of more views.

  6. I agree that Vegas is not really a kid friendly place. Sure, people bring them, and there’s an arcade inside NYNY, but it is still “sin city.” I personally wouldn’t bring kids here. At least, not until they understand what’s around them. Why people get mad at you or anyone else who doesn’t like the idea of kids in Vegas, is beyond me. We all have different opinions. We stayed at aria last year and it is definitely geared more towards adults. Mastro’s was otherworldly and the best experience eating out I’ve ever had. It’s not someplace you’d take your kids.

  7. There is no reason for kids to be in Vegas and I hate that families are being catered to since it detracts from the experience for adults. I remember going in 1965 and standing on sidewalks on Freemont as well is waiting in Binions Lobby for my parents. We stayed in a cheap motel at the end of the strip and I stayed behind with sitters a lot. The next time I went in July 1976 Circus Circus was it or kids we stayed at Caesars which was cool to see but noplace for kids.

  8. "But my kids love Vegas" Yeah, kids would love a steady diet of cake and soda but it's a parents job to do what's best for them. Kids like being on family vacation and would probably prefer going to family destinations but know they'll get more trips because mom loves Vegas..

  9. I am taking my 15 year old on his first trip to Vegas (Aria) in March. He wants to go into culinary so I figured I'd take him to one of the food capitals of the world.

  10. Awesome channel and list but you forgot the El Cortez which is now adults only. I realize it is not considered upscale and you don't review mid scale and low scale places, but it is a lot of fun and historical old Vegas for those on budget. The two adults only places (Circa and Cromwell) are pretty expensive so this is a nice alternative.

  11. Greetings Mr James …I completely concur with your assessment. My stance on kids is …I was rooting for the witch in Hansel and Gretel . Just kidding ..well maybe lol . Seriously though I prefer a kid free vacation especially in Vegas . I recall you once said in a video Marco Polo at the pool 😎😎😎

  12. As someone who has children and someone who goes to Vegas every year once year. I agree Vegas is definitely not for my kids, Thats a place myself and my Husband 🥰🥰🥰

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