Convention attendees have loved this hotel for decades; it's connected to the Las Vegas Convention Center. Formerly known as the Las Vegas Hilton, this hotel was rebranded as LVH, or the Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, in early 2012 after leaving the Hilton chain. Rooms don't offer much in terms of amenities, but because the property is east of the Strip, west-facing accommodations have great views. A variety of suites have themes ranging from Vienna and the Bahamas to the
desert and Hollywood. On ground level, there's a lively lounge called Tempo. What's more, live cooking action at the world's largest Benihana restaurant possibly helps recapture some of the excitement that was lost when Barry Manilow left. A gigantic sports book seems like it could field every bet in the galaxy.