As Vegas moves away from the era of themed mega-hotels, boutique properties – ironically, often within themed mega-hotels – are becoming more popular. The Monte Carlo has Hotel 32, Aria has SkySuites and Caesars Palace has Nobu Hotel. With a private concierge, exclusive bath products and a famed room-service menu available only to guests, Nobu is not your typical Vegas experience. As you’d expect, the rooms are Japanese-inspired with low, sleek furniture and natural surfaces; overall there’s a calming quality here and that’s arguably the most precious luxury any visitor to Vegas can have. With famously cloud-like beds and spa-like bathrooms, this is the perfect place to recharge after partying.