Hotels in Las Vegas With the Best High Tech Amenities


Las Vegas is a city full of adventure and countless activities, so it should come as no surprise that their hotels are just as exciting. While you may not want to spend time inside of a hotel room when you’re in Sin City, it’s nice to know you’ll have a wonderful time if do. 

In fact, countless Las Vegas hotels have started installing state-of-the-art technology inside each room in order to give every guest the best experience possible.

Now you may be asking yourself, “what are high-tech amenities?” Well, it’s different for every hotel on the strip. Though some hotel chains have yet to fully improve their amenities, many others have taken steps to differentiate themselves from other hotels.

From AI (artificial intelligence) technology to specialized applications, here are some of the best hotels in Las Vegas with high-tech amenities. 

Caesar’s Palace 

Sick of having to call the front desk every time you have a question? If so, you should consider staying at Caesar’s Palace. Hotels in Las Vegas have started to install AI features inside their rooms so guests can have their questions answered in a timely matter, and Caesar’s is one of those special hotels. 

In fact, visitors can text their questions to an AI service called Ivy, which will answer any inquiries in a timely fashion. This also allows guests to ask questions about their hotel room when they aren’t actually in the room, since they can do it on their cellphone. 

Mandarian Oriental Hotel

Instead of being welcomed by a human being when guests enter the Mandarian Oriental Hotel, they’re welcomed by a robot named Pepper. While this might seem weird, guests can ask Pepper any questions they have about their hotel stay, such as when they need to checkout or where other amenities are located.

MGM Grand Hotel

Let’s face it, people don’t really visit Las Vegas in order to get a good night’s rest. However, it is possible at the MGM Grand Hotel. Their hotel rooms have specific lights that are clock-sensitive, which help guests have a better sleep. These lights also help to decrease stress levels (you know, just in case someone loses a lot of money gambling).

SLS Las Vegas

The SLS Las Vegas has a personalized app that helps guests have a better stay. Not only can guests order room service or schedule dinner reservations on the app, but they can also get more information about amenities or even set an alarm clock for the morning.