The Hotels

Where to (Barely) Sleep in Vegas

Even if the word “sleep” seems like a foreign concept for EDC weekend, you’ll need a base camp while you’re in town. Here are the finest lodgings this desert town has to offer.

The Cromwell

40,000 square feet of glory. This is the newest hotel and casino in town, and you’ll want to make sure you hit the rooftop beach club. Because it’s a rooftop beach club.

a: 3595 Las Vegas Blvd S t: 702-777-3777 w:

Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

This is the hotel within a hotel (Caesars) that black cod with miso built. It’s got in-room tea service, and take a guess where the hotel’s food is from.

a: 3570 Las Vegas Blvd S t: 702-785-6677 w:

The Bellagio

You’ve seen the fountains. You’ve seen its fine art museum. You’ve fantastized about robbing the place blind. It’s the Bellagio, and it’s legendary.

a: 3600 Las Vegas Blvd S t: 702-693-7111 w:

The Encore

Wynn’s younger sibling has something it doesn’t have—Encore Beach Club, along with its bungalows and triple-tiered pool. Two tiers is one tier too few.

a: 3121 Las Vegas Blvd S t: 702-770-8000 w:

The Palazzo

This is where you want to be if you desire to be at the heart of the Strip. And if you’re into Tao. You know, just in case EDC’s not wild enough for you.

a: 3325 Las Vegas Blvd S t: 702-607-7777 w:

Red Bull Editions. They’re available in three flavors—cranberry,lime and blueberry. It’s the liquid energy that’s going to carry you through the festival.

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