8 Best Hotels for Room Service in Las Vegas

These Vegas hotels take in-room dining to another level
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These eight Las Vegas hotels will make sure you won’t have to leave your room to get a delicious bite to eat.

Room service can be considered the ultimate indulgence: You pick up the phone, let whoever answers know what you want, and then wait for it to be delivered. You’re being waited on like a (modern) king or queen. But when you’re in Vegas, baby, indulgence takes on a whole new meaning. And as we all know, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, so you might as well treat yourself and ditch the guilt.

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And Las Vegas hotels deliver. Most of their in-room dining menus offer breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so you really never have to leave your room if need to grab a bite. If you’d like Nutella-stuffed French toast for breakfast, The Cosmopolitan offers it. Craving some Japanese food in the morning? The Mandarin Oriental’s menu includes a bento box that comes with teriyaki-glazed salmon, Japanese sticky rice, and silken tofu with ginger. Lunch highlights on this list include shrimp pizza and baked macaroni and cheese, and standout dinner options include sushi and even a private dinner for two. If you’d like to have an in-room party, consider ordering one of the Red Rock Resort’s signature cakes — in your choice of vanilla or chocolate. 

To compile this list, The Daily Meal looked through in-room dining menus to see which ones offered the most dynamic options and researched local publications to see what hotels have robust menus. So read through our top eight picks and see for yourself how some of Las Vegas’ hotels truly cater to every taste at any time.

Teresa Tobat is the Washington, D.C. Travel city editor for The Daily Meal. View her website at teresaktobat.com. Follow her on Twitter @ttobat88.

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