MaxTour, a Las Vegas-based tour company, released a study recently based on over 20,000 data points to rank the best hotels in Las Vegas. The study is the first to include important categories like price and location into the final rankings. It is also the first study to separate the hotels by star rating, helping travellers on a budget find the best hotels for them.
“While out leading tours, we’ve had so many guests ask our tour guides about the best hotels in Las Vegas, but we felt like nobody had ever done the proper research into the answer,” said a MaxTour representative in a release. “Sure, many publications list Wynn or Encore as the best, however they are also one of the most expensive. We felt that a proper ranking should include the price, so that is what we did. Our algorithm uses scores from the hotels’ reviews, location, price, and entertainment options.”
Not entirely surprisingly, The Cosmopolitan was overall the best. The company also separated the hotels by star rating as it felt properties like Luxor shouldn’t be competing with the Aria. They concluded that Treasure Island is the best value hotel in Las Vegas, and Caesars Palace is the best Las Vegas hotel for partiers. Some hidden gems like the Carriage House and The Flamingo dominating the 3.5 star and under category.
BEST OVERALL (4-5 STARS)
BEST OVERALL (3.5 STARS AND UNDER)
BEST VALUE (4-5 STARS)
BEST VALUE (3.5 STARS AND UNDER)
BEST FOR PARTIERS