8 Best Hotels for Room Service in Las Vegas (Slideshow)
October 15, 2013
These Vegas hotels take in-room dining to another level
8. Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas
In keeping with the hotel’s name, the in-room dining menu primarily features Asian-inspired cuisine. Breakfast highlights include its Japanese bento box that features teriyaki-glazed salmon with Japanese sticky rice, silken tofu with ginger, shrimp chawanmushi with shiitake mushrooms, miso soup, pickles, and seasonal fruit, served with juice, coffee, or tea. Chirashi, a Japanese rice bowl with tuna, salmon, hamachi, unagi, tamago, tako, pickled radish, and BBQ-eel sauce is one lunch standout. Sushi lovers can rejoice; it’s available here from 11:45 a.m. to 10 p.m. Look forward to California, shrimp tempura, and rainbow rolls.
7. Wynn Las Vegas & Encore Resort
This hotel’s in-room dining menu is more than 40 pages long, which means guests have plenty of options. Order boozy morning cocktails or enjoy traditional breakfast options like coffee, fruit, or warm beignets served with powdered sugar, crème anglaise, raspberry, and warm chocolate sauces. For lunch, request soups and salads, sandwiches, burgers, pizza, and wings. If you’d prefer to keep your final meal of the day low-key, you can order a private dinner for two. Expect rosé champagne, fruits, pastries, lobster Benedict, two chocolate strawberries, and fresh-pressed coffee. If champagne isn’t your thing, you could always get a chocolate martini — a concoction of Stoli vanilla vodka, Godiva chocolate, and Kahlúa coffee liqueur.
6. Red Rock Casino and Resort
Red Rock’s room-service menu primarily caters to groups and specializes in cakes and specialty packages. Craving champagne and strawberries? Red Rock offers it. Are you more of a cigar and cognac fan? It’s on the menu. But the hotel’s cakes are the stars of the menu — and provide the basis for one of the hotel’s slogans: "At Red Rock, perfection is a piece of cake." Order a birthday, wedding, or a just-because cake that you can customize. Pick from a white or chocolate cake, filled with options ranging from Bavarian cream to strawberry, and top it all off with frosting options including white butter cream and chocolate glaze.
5. MGM Grand Hotel & Casino
Comfort foods rule MGM’s Grand two-page room-service menu. Appetizers include mesquite-seasoned crispy fries served with spicy ketchup; loaded nachos topped with chicken, olives, smoked Gouda, salsa, and sour cream; chicken wings and tenders; and quesadillas. Hearty entrées include baked macaroni and cheese, steaks, and sweet-chile-glazed salmon. This menu also features bar packages that provide you with the ingredients to make margaritas or Bloody Marys.
4. Four Seasons Las Vegas
The Four Seasons Las Vegas in-room menu caters to children, vegetarians, and those who are eating gluten-free. Expect cholesterol-free omelettes, smoked tomato bisque with spicy cheese twists, and whole-wheat vegetable pizza with pesto. But if you’d like to indulge, rest assured that this hotel has you covered, too. Dynamic dessert options include Oreo cookie cheesecake with fresh berry coulis and a warm double fudge brownie drenched in butterscotch caramel sauce, oven-roasted maple pecans, and served with vanilla bean ice cream. The late-night menu (served from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m.) features low-key items like spicy Buffalo chicken wings with blue cheese dip, celery, and carrot sticks, and more sophisticated plates like its shrimp club sandwich served with applewood-smoked bacon, and orange zest coleslaw.
3. Vdara Hotel and Spa
Vdara Hotel and Spa’s menu includes healthier options, like its signature spa breakfast that comes with an organic Greek yogurt parfait, oat bran or fruit muffin, and mixed organic berries, but it also caters to those who love the sweet stuff. Enjoy a maple-sugar waffle with whipped vanilla cream and fresh berries for breakfast, too. Lunch standouts include organic chicken fingers or California shrimp pizza topped with grilled rock shrimp, white sauce, spinach, roasted garlic, and red peppers. Its children’s menu features classic items like chocolate chip cookies with milk and more daring creations like s’mores lollipops.
2. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Familiar dishes with colorful, creative twists are what make The Cosmopolitan’s in-room dining menu shine. Highlights include Nutella-stuffed French toast with cornflake crust, whipped butter, and maple syrup, and gooey grilled cheese made with Gouda, hardwood bacon, and fig marmalade that’s sandwiched in between griddled sourdough bread. Themed room service packages also stand out on this menu as what guests order when they want to have a good in-room time. Packages like "Game Day" — pizzas, burgers, wings, and a case of beer — or "Market Seafood Display" — fresh coastal seafood like king crab legs, jumbo shrimp, and Maine lobster — can really enhance an in-room gathering.
1. Trump International Hotel Las Vegas
Vegas visitors who are health-conscious will find a menu tailored to their needs at the Trump International Hotel. Nourish, the hotel’s in-room dining program, offers guests sophisticated and flavorful vegan, gluten-free, organic, and sugar-free plates available at any hour. And don’t think that healthy means bland. Options here include tofu scramble with garden vegetables, spinach and mushroom egg-white scramble with roasted potatoes, mushroom risotto, and a vegetarian wrap filled with soy-marinated tofu, pickled carrots, caramelized onions, lettuce, and avocado.