Nevada Accommodation September 04, 2017
You’ll Love Staying Overnight In The 11 Most Unique Hotels In Nevada
Nevada—especially Las Vegas—has tons of hotels to visit; however, there’s nothing quite like staying overnight in a hotel that is truly unique. From Las Vegas, Reno and Lake Tahoe to smaller towns such as Ely, Virginia City, and Tonopah, the Silver State is chock-full of some of the most unique hotels. Take a look at these 11 cool and unique hotels in Nevada.
1. Mizpah Hotel, Tonopah
This historical hotel was built in 1907 and has a truly old west, almost bordello-like, feel. The
has 48 fully restored rooms with vintage and period furniture. Oh yeah, and it's allegedly haunted.
2. Luxor, Las Vegas
One of Las Vegas' many themed hotels, the Luxor brings the awe of ancient Egypt to the Strip. This 30-story pyramid-shaped hotel is decorated to transport you back to historical Egypt. Perhaps the most unique aspect of this hotel is the elevators that are set at 30-degree angles to accommodate the pyramid shape. While initially a bit disorienting, you will quickly get used to it and be able to enjoy this spectacularly unique hotel.
3. Clown Motel, Tonopah
If you are afraid of clowns, this may not be the place to stay as the
signature theme is taken to new heights. Located next to the haunted Tonopah Cemetery, this unique motel is rumored to be as well. Many say it is just creepy, but it is, indeed, unique.
4. Little A'Le'In, Rachel
Just off Nevada's Extraterrestrial Highway near the infamous Area 51, this quirky motel/restaurant embraces fully Nevada's rich alien lore. Who knows? You may meet some rather interesting visitors during your stay.
5. Silver Queen Hotel, Virginia City
This 134-year old hotel and wedding chapel epitomizes Nevada's mining history. Located in the highly haunted
the Silver Queen is also rumored to be quite haunted.
6. Aria, Las Vegas
The Aria is, perhaps, the most high-tech and modern hotel on the famed Las Vegas Strip. Each state-of-the-art room is chock-full of touch screens and technology galore.
7. Atlantis Casino Resort Spa, Reno
This water-themed hotel boasts gorgeous and comfortable rooms, delicious restaurants, a to-die-for spa, an indoor-outdoor pool, and a huge casino. Guests are also treated to spectacular views of downtown Reno at this Nevada paradise.
8. Venetian, Las Vegas
If you've always wanted to travel to Venice, Italy but haven't been able to go, the Venetian is the next best thing. Not only are the streets and canals of this gorgeous city replicated quite well, guests can take a romantic gondola ride and dine under a painted sky.
9. Hotel Nevada, Ely
This historical, vintage red-brick hotel provides a glimpse into Nevada's Prohibition era. This Nevada landmark is located in downtown Ely and offers Ely's only 24-hour restaurant.
10. Hyatt Regency, Lake Tahoe
This lakeside luxury hotel nestled in Incline Village is a year-round treat. Guests can stay in gorgeous rooms or lakeside cottages, swim in the year-round heated lagoon pool, lounge on the private beach, enjoy world-class dining, warm up and make s'mores by the lake view fire pit, take a cruise on a private boat, play golf, and relish in the stunning views of the surrounding lake and mountains.
11. New York New York, Las Vegas
This unique hotel is a model of New York City complete with the famous skyline, Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, and the like. Inside, the decor maintains the New York theme, and restaurants and bars all have a taste of the Big Apple. You can also take a spin in the fast and fun taxicab-themed roller coaster that winds through the hotel's buildings.
There you have it! From haunted to themed to the truly beautiful and high-tech, Nevada has quite the selection of unique hotels. Have you stayed in any of these cool and unique hotels? Did I leave your favorite off the list? Please comment below.
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