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Las Vegas casino hotel recommendation

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Hubby & I are an adventure seeking couple travelling to Las Vegas for 6 nights (following a week in NYC) in late September. We are looking for recommendations for the best casino accommodation on the strip which would suit our age of 30 yo.

We're looking for recommendations for quality hotels with all round great facilities such as: large modern room, vibrant hotel, high standard of bars/club/restaurant/casino facilities, outdoor pools and a central location.

What I have found so far are: Palazzo, Venetian, Bellagio, Aria & Mirage. While I imagine all of these hotels are amazing, which out of these selections would be better suited to a younger crowd (though not a lower budget hotel)? Feel free to also provide other casino/hotel suggestions though an in house casino & outdoor pool are a must.

Thanks! :)

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