Kid-Friendly Hotels in Las Vegas
By Jordan Estrada
Red Rock Casino Resort and Spa (Flickr: Rosa Say)
With the many hotels on and off the strip in Las Vegas, it’s easy to get confused and overwhelmed by your options, especially if you have a lot of factors to consider including on-site kid-friendly activities to keep the kids entertained. To make it easier for you, we’ve rounded up the best of the best in the Sin City.
Here are the five of the best family-friendly accommodations in Vegas, along with their family-friendly amenities.
Not only does it house a 16-screen Regal Movie Theatre and a 72-lane bowling alley, but it also features a professionally supervised play area and floor-to-ceiling climbing maze for kids called Kids Quest. And though this hotel is located far from the noisy Strip, it still has a state-of-the-art casino on site â¦ so while the kids are away, parents can play!
Mandalay Bay Resort (Flickr: ErinKhoo)
With one of the best pools in Vegas, how could not make the list of the top Las Vegas family hotels? The hotelâs Beach offers a wave pool, lazy river, three swimming pools and a shoreline made of real sand. When youâve had your fill of fun in the sun, explore the on-site Shark Reef Aquarium, housing over 30 sharks and other creatures of the deep. Or ask the concierge to arrange for a babysitter so you can try your luck in the 135,000-square-foot casino.
Desert Rose Resort (Desert Rose Resort)
A block and a half from the Strip, this kid-friendly, casino-free hotel boasts one-and-two-bedroom suites perfect for families. And for those looking to save on meals, the suites come with full kitchens to enjoy dining in. Staying at the Desert Rose is like having your own private apartment in Las Vegas.
Four Seasons Las Vegas (Four Seasons Las Vegas)
With no on-site casino, a slew of kids’ amenities, and access to Mandalay Bay’s Shark Reef Aquarium and 11-acre Beach, the Four Seasons Las Vegas is a family-friendly paradise. The topnotch Four Seasons service is simply the bow on top.
Trump International Hotel (Photo: Alex Wroblewski)
Thanks to a large outdoor pool, no casinos, no smoking, and spacious suites complete with a kitchen or kitchenette, this Las Vegas hotel is definitely family-approved. And since the hotel is situated far back from the Strip, the chaos below wonât keep kids up at night. But for parents who want to sneak away to enjoy the less kid-friendly side of Vegas, Trump also offers a babysitting service.
Jordan Estrada contributed this to MiniTime. He is a freelance travel writer from Southern California who spends him time gardening, studying music and performing with his band.