Las Vegas has plenty of restaurants and bars that feature some of the best views in the world. Whether you are looking for a vantage point to view the strip from high above, or something lower and more immersive on the ground, there are so many splendid options to choose from. When you book your next trip to Vegas with StripViewSuites, make sure to visit these spots for some iconic views.
If you are looking for a prime view of the Bellagio’s Fountains, then look no further than HEXX Kitchen + Bar or Mon Ami Gabi. Both restaurants sit right across the street from the fountain show at the Paris and offer a panoramic view of the show. Both restaurants feature patio seating with spectacular viewpoints of the show, which runs all day long. For those who are looking for something closer and more immersive, the Bellagio has a multitude of options to choose from. Prime Steakhouse sits right at the base of the fountain show, while Spago by Wolfgang Puck and Lago by Julian Serrano overlook the show, but still offer a view so close you can reach out and touch the fountains! Picasso at the Bellagio also offers great views of the fountains from their patio, and inside you’ll be able to take in the sights of original works by Picasso himself.
The Lake of Dreams
The Wynn offers many restaurants to choose from that are situated centrally for their nightly Lake of Dreams show. The immersive show features a 40 foot waterfall, music, a light show, and state of the art holographic and animatronic displays. Lakeside, Mizumi, SW Steakhouse, and Parasol Down are all positioned lakeside and offer stunning views of the show. The Lake of Dreams show runs every 30 minutes, beginning at 6 PM, and runs until 11:30 PM.
Higher and Higher
There are also plenty of options for guests who are looking for a higher vantage point from up above. Rivea is located on the 64th floor of the Delano and the House of Blues’ VIP Club Foundation Room is located on the 63rd floor of Mandalay Bay. Both are located at the south end of the Strip and offer wide-ranging views. For a more iconic “only in Vegas” experience, try out The Eiffel Tower Restaurant which overlooks the center area of the Strip from up above on the 11th floor of the Paris’ Eiffel Tower. There is also the unforgettable, 360-degree dining experience at the Top of the World restaurant, located 800 feet above ground at the Stratosphere.
The Strip from Afar
Las Vegas also offers restaurants with great views of the strip from a distance. If you are heading downtown to the Fremont Experience, be sure to check out Top of Binion’s Steakhouse, located on the 24th floor. The views overlook the entirety of the strip from the North end of downtown. Vetri Cucina, located on the 56th floor of the Palms, and Voodoo Steakhouse, located on the 50th floor of the Rio, both offer sweeping views of the strip from central locations just a mile and half west of the Strip.
There are so many wonderful sights to take in when you’re in Las Vegas. Make sure to book your next trip with StripViewSuites to make it an unforgettable one!