Top 5 Las Vegas Hotels for March Madness
With March Madness around the corner, head to the home of the most sportsbooks in the United States: Las Vegas. Over 100 million people will participate in brackets this year, and with our cheap flights, you can be one of few to experience it all in person. Here are our top five picks for hotels to watch M...
arch Madness in Las Vegas.
1. Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
LVH offers luxurious amenities located just one block from the iconic Las Vegas Strip. Most notably, LVH was once the former home of King of Rock and Roll Elvis Presley. This year, there will be room for 1,500 guests to watch the basketball games on over 30 HD screens.
2. Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino
Aside from March Madness, the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino resonates the city of Mandalay in Burma with a Shark Reef celebrating some of the world’s most exotic marine predators, including over 2,000 animals in over 1.5 million gallons of water. Visit the hotel website to learn about diving with sharks, rays, sawfish, green sea turtles and more.
3. Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino
When you’re not catching the game, hang out by the Pleasure Pools at Planet Hollywood, featuring DJs, two separate pool decks, 15 cabanas with poolside bottle service, daybeds, two pool bars and a pool café. And for food lovers, Gordon Ramsay’s BurGR menu takes the traditional burger, fries and milkshake comfort food combination to an entirely new level.
4. Mirage Hotel and Casino
In addition to basketball fans, the Kardashian’s have also set their sights on the Mirage Hotel and Casino, setting up shop at Kardashian Khaos, a celebrity lifestyle boutique offering products that the Kardashian girls own and endorse along with exclusive Las Vegas souvenir items. The hotel also features numerous options for dining, nightlife and entertainment.
5. Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower
Famously raising over 1,000 feet into the Las Vegas skyline, the iconic Stratosphere Tower is the tallest freestanding observation tower in the country. Its panoramic view of the Las Vegas Strip should not be missed, also including activities like SkyJump Las Vegas, nightlife venues and restaurants including the award-winning Top of the World, rotating 360 degrees as you dine.
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