Best Adults-Only Hotels in Las Vegas (No Kids)


Las Vegas has never been known as a family-friendly destination. However, there are plenty of parents that drag their kids with them to Las Vegas. Many resorts even have attractions that appeal to guests with kids.

If you’re looking for a kid-free vacation, you’re going to want to stay at one of the few adults-only hotels in Las Vegas. They include:

  • Circa Resort & Casino
  • Cromwell Hotel & Casino
  • Artisan Hotel Boutique

There are currently only three adults only hotels in Las Vegas. Each of these hotels is very different, so we’ll cover some of the basics of each resort – and how much they cost. I’ll also cover a few hotels that allow kids but typically have fewer of them.

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Adults-Only Hotels in Las Vegas

Circa

Circa is one of the first adults-only hotels in Las Vegas. It’s also the newest hotel on Fremont Street in Downtown Vegas. This 21+ property features the largest sportsbook in the world (3-stories), many unique bars, plenty of restaurants, a massive casino and Stadium Swim.

Stadium Swim is one of the most popular pool parties in the city, with its 6 pools, 2 swim-up bars, poolside gambling tables, and a giant 40-foot high-definition TV. On top of that, of the bars at Circa put an emphasis on flair bartending.

The rooms themselves are super luxurious and quite spacious. In my opinion, it’s the best hotel on Fremont Street. And it’s great for an adults-only vacation.

  • Location: Fremont Street in Downtown Las Vegas
  • Adults Only: Yes
  • Price: Medium-High ($150-$250/night)
  • Rating: 4-Star Resort

Cromwell

The Cromwell is a Parisian-themed hotel located in the center of the Las Vegas Strip, across the street from Caesars Palace. Guests must be at least 21 years old to stay here, so it’s certainly adults only. The Cromwell is considered a boutique hotel since it’s so small (it only has 188 rooms). However, there’s plenty to do here.

Aside from its excellent location, The Cromwell’s main draws are its nightclub, celebrity restaurant and casino. Drai’s Nightclub is one of the best clubs in Las Vegas, attracting crowds to the Cromwell almost every night.

Then you have Giada, which is an exceptional Italian restaurant run by award-winning celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis. Giada is the only part of the property that allows kids. The rest of the resort is adults-only.

  • Location: Center of the Strip
  • Adults Only: Yes
  • Price: Medium-High ($150-$250/night)
  • Rating: 4-Star Resort

Artisan

The Artisan actually isn’t an official adults-only hotel however, you can bet that you’ll never find families here. The Artisan is an erotic-themed hotel, with a topless European pool.

This small hotel (only 64 rooms) is located roughly 2 blocks off the Strip. Every room in the hotel was designed by a different artist, so you’ll see a lot of cool artwork throughout the property.

The hotel is located a bit far from the main action on the Strip. However, it serves a superb budget option if you’re looking for something different. You won’t find too many hotels like this anywhere else.

  • Location: Off of the Strip
  • Adults Only: Sort of
  • Price: Low ($50-$100/night)
  • Rating: 3-Star Resort

Other Las Vegas Hotels for Adults

While most Las Vegas hotels are designed for adults, some still have family-friendly shows and activities. These types of hotels tend to bring in more families. If you want an adult-only Vegas experience without screaming kids, you’ll want to avoid the family-friendly hotels.

Here are some of the hotels that DON’T HAVE ANY family-oriented attractions on the property. While families are still allowed to stay at these resorts, it’s largely discouraged.

Here are a few of the more adult-friendly hotels in Las Vegas:

  • Cosmopolitan
  • Wynn and Encore
  • Bellagio
  • LINQ

Cosmopolitan

The Cosmopolitan is a metropolitan-themed Las Vegas hotel with a risqué ambiance. It’s certainly not the place to bring your kids on vacation, so you won’t have to worry about too many families here.

The Cosmo is one of the most luxurious hotels in Las Vegas. The property features a nightclub, pool party, casino, plenty of restaurants and an amazing spa. Not to mention there’s a private balcony in almost every room.

  • Location: Center of the Strip
  • Price: Medium-High ($150-$250/night)
  • Rating: 5-Star Resort

Wynn and Encore

The Wynn (and sister hotel Encore) is another luxury hotel that doesn’t have a lot of kids. The Wynn has a strong focus on nightlife, so there isn’t too much for families to do at this property. It also has a 21+ European-style pool..

This resort is one of the most expensive on the Las Vegas Strip. There aren’t many affordable food options on the property, making it costly to feed an entire family. You’ll find mostly adults at the Wynn.

  • Location: North end of the Strip
  • Price: High ($250-$300/night)
  • Rating: 5-Star Resort

Bellagio

The Bellagio is a high-end resort found in the center of the Strip. Families are allowed at the hotel, but you won’t see many of them. It would be very expensive to bring the entire family to the Bellagio since there are no cheap dining options nearby.

There’s also a limited amount of kid-friendly entertainment at the resort. You may see families watching the Bellagio Fountains or Botanical Gardens, but you won’t see them in the casino or the hotel itself.

  • Location: Center of the Strip
  • Price: High ($250-$300/night)
  • Rating: 5-Star Resort

LINQ

The LINQ is one of the best budget hotels in Las Vegas. It’s a high-energy property that attracts a younger party crowd. The hotel pool at the LINQ is 21+, which highly discourages families with children from staying at the property.

You will see kids on the LINQ Promenade riding the High Roller and Zipline, but the hotel itself is basically adults-only.

  • Location: Center of the Strip
  • Price: Low ($50-$150/night)
  • Rating: 4-Star Resort

Couples-Only Resorts Las Vegas

There are no official couples-only resorts in Las Vegas. However, all of the hotels mentioned above are perfect for couples looking for a Vegas getaway. Adult-only hotels offer the perfect escape from the responsibilities of having kids. All one of these adult only resorts will help you relax and recharge.

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