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New Las Vegas Hotels

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Whether you want to stay on the Strip, just off the Strip, or downtown, there are a vast array of options available to you in terms of the various hotels that you can call your temporary home while you’re in Las Vegas. There are some brand new Las Vegas hotels that have either opened recently or are scheduled to open later in 2010. Let’s take a brief look at some of these new Las Vegas hotels.

The Vdara

The Vdara is part of a new group of hotel-condominium that is located on Harmon Ave. in Las Vegas. CityCenter consists of many new towers, which represent new residential and non-residential housing to visitors and residents of Las Vegas. The Vdara is a brand spanking new hotel that just had its grand opening on December 1, 2009. The hotel is filled to the brim with 1,495 suites. All of the suites have a kitchen and most have a washer and dryer.

The Aria

The Aria is another one of the brand new buildings that is part of CityCenter. It stands 3 stories taller than the Vdara’s 57. The Aria actually is more of a resort-casino rather than a hotel-condominium. The resort itself has nightclubs, bars, restaurants, and lounges. It is one of the premier new Las Vegas hotels.

The Mandarin Oriental

The Mandarin Oriental is yet another CityCenter high-rise that doubles as a hotel-condominium establishment. The Mandarin Oriental opened on December 5, 2009 and continues to build luxury suites that will serve as condominium rentals for Vegas locals.

It is also important not to forget about the Venetian’s sister building, the Palazzo, which opened January 2008 as the Wynn’s sister building, Encore, which opened in December 2008. There are even still more new Las Vegas hotels on the way, including the Harmon, which is yet another property that is part of CityCenter.

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