After previous lives as the Ritz-Carlton Lake Las Vegas and Ravella, this property was rebranded yet again in late 2013, retaining its Mediterranean vibe and resplendent pool complex. There's still a Ponte Vecchio-like wing extending out across the lake. And rooms are just as posh as ever, with luxurious beds and spacious marble bathrooms. Even the restaurant is the same—the upscale Medici Café and Terrace, which looks out on the Florentine Garden. The Ravella Spa (yes,
it has the old name) provides a number of male-oriented treatment rituals (for the conference set), as well as a host of traditional services and a hydrotherapy program.