The Best Las Vegas Hotspots for Honeymooners

It's not all about bachelorette parties and raucous singles nights on The Strip—Sin City also has plenty to offer newlyweds. From luxurious hotels to romantic tables for two, here, our picks for the perfect Las Vegas honeymoon.

Where to Stay in Las Vegas: Nobu Hotel
Early next year, all eyes will be on Caesars Palace, where the Nobu Hotel—the first hotel from legendary chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa—will take up residence in one of the resort's towers. Designed by David Rockwell, the 181 rooms will have an earth-toned palette and be full of natural finishes. Food here is definitely the focus, from the in-room dining menus created by Nobu to the downstairs outpost of the restaurant that will be the world's largest. Rooms from $249. Photo: Courtesy of Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace