3667 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV
Along a boardwalk above The Strip, Aladdin features a facade resembling Arabian and Indian palaces, along with a massive stone waterfall. The hotel offers 2,567 rooms in a main building of 38 stories and two 23-floor towers. Features include giant sculptures relating to tales in 1,001 Arabian Nights and the world’s largest indoor light board that displays a constantly changing, 130-foot garden of blossoms.
– Tremezzo – Offering inside seating under colorful murals and open-air terrace seating above The Strip, this restaurant features Italian cuisine.
– Spice Market Buffet – Frequently honored as Las Vegas’s best, this all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant offers various international food stations for lunch and dinner, including Italian, American, and Middle Eastern, along with salad/soup stations and a vast dessert station.
– Elements – All curves, polished wood, and shiny surfaces, this sleek restaurant features steaks, chops, seafood, and a notable wine list.
The resort has 2,600 rooms and suites, some with views of the Las Vegas Strip. Exceptionally spacious guestrooms include a computer with flat-screen monitor and, for a fee, high-speed Internet access. Each room also features a large desk, upholstered chair, and two multiline phones (one cordless). Bathrooms have Euro-style deep-soaking tubs, separate stall showers, and marble vanities.