Hard Rock Hotel & Casino: Managed by the swank Morgans hotel group, the Hard Rock is off the Strip, but it knows how to throw a party. The 1,300-square-foot Celebrity Suite has a phenomenal marble bathroom, complete with Jacuzzi tub and walk-in shower. Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas: A new breed of Las Vegas luxury, with 392 elegant rooms and some of Vegas’ best service, the Mandarin Oriental is a quiet haven on the glitzy Strip. Every room comes with a stunning light-and-dark-marble bathroom and freestanding tub. Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino: For the price, the Golden Nugget is a steal, provided you don’t mind staying in Vegas’ older downtown neighborhood instead of the newer, livelier Strip. Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino: Big, elaborate, and packed with the kind of luxuries you see at the Bellagio and the Wynn, the Palazzo has some of the best and biggest standard rooms on The Strip. Its world-class spa, seven pools, busy casino and name-brand fine dining all connect to its sister property, the Venetian, via an haute couture mall. Venetian Resort Hotel Casino: Like the Paris and New York-New York hotels, the 5,030-room Venetian is an enormous and extravagant tribute to a place far from the desert, complete with gondola rides and a replica of Saint Mark’s Square. Bellagio: This 3,933-room Italian “villa” is the embodiment of Vegas luxury — an extravagant five-pool courtyard, formal room service, a superb fitness center and spa, the best buffet on the Strip and attractions like the indoor botanical gardens and the famous dancing fountains. Encore at Wynn Las Vegas: The Encore’s giant rooms one-up even the Wynn’s (Encore’s sister next door) and include such snazzy features as bedside curtain control, beautiful design and enormous, stately bathrooms. THEHotel at Mandalay Bay: A hipper, quieter sister to the attached Mandalay Bay, THEhotel attracts a younger crowd that prefers urban chic to ornate luxury. This bathroom in THEsuite (the base-level room at THEhotel) has black marble showers and dark wood cabinets. Wynn Las Vegas: Remote-controlled drapes in the giant rooms, eight premier restaurants, an 18-hole golf course — the 2,716-room Wynn is one of the Strip’s most extravagant luxury hotels. The huge bathrooms include deep tubs, glass-walled showers, double sinks and separate toilet rooms. Trump International Hotel & Tower Las Vegas: Even in the standard room, the Studio Suite, you can flip through channels on a 13-inch flat-screen TV embedded in the bathroom mirror while soaking in this enormous Jacuzzi tub.