Las Vegas, Nevada, provides a desert escape for everyone, from serious gamblers to high-end shoppers to families looking for shows and recreation. The properties available on the strip and off the beaten path can accommodate any visitor or group. If you are traveling in a pack of six people, whether for a wedding, a bachelor party, a business conference or a family vacation, you can find a place with enough beds and bathrooms for everyone. All you have to decide is where you want to be and how much you want to spend.
Hotels on the Strip
If you have a favorite Las Vegas hotel, give the reservations desk a call to find out if they have any suites with separate bedrooms that can hold six people. The Bellagio has a suite with two double bedrooms that attaches to a regular guest room to accommodate six people. You will get more than 1,500 square feet of space and everyone has their own bed. At the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, you can get the penthouse suite styled after the reality television show "The Real World" which features three bedrooms and a six-person hot tub. Big-name hotels on the strip will provide you their most spacious suites, but be prepared for a high price tag.
Hotels off the Strip
Staying off the Las Vegas strip might seem less glamorous, but it is also more affordable, especially for a group of six. You can find resorts that are just as spacious and less costly than the big-name hotels. For example, the Tahiti Village Resort is just south of the strip and you can book the 1,551-square foot Royal Tahitian suite which has two bedrooms and sleeps up to eight people for a fraction of what you'll pay at the Bellagio. There are also Embassy Suites locations east of the strip with two-room suites and pull-out sofa beds that can accommodate a party of six.
Hotels offer guests a lot of amenities, especially if you're in town to gamble or enjoy spa services and other recreational activities. However, if you value your privacy, consider renting a private house or condo for your group of six people. You can find a property that's as large as you need and you can pick and choose what else you want, such as a swimming pool, a gourmet kitchen or a golf course. Many property managers in Las Vegas specialize in renting out homes and condos to people who prefer an alternative to a hotel or resort suite.
Another alternative to a suite for six people is to book several rooms together. If you book three double rooms or even six single rooms, you might be able to take advantage of group discounts available at hotels on and off the Las Vegas strip. While the benefit of a suite is that everyone is in the same space, you can ask for adjoining rooms or spend all of your time together during the day and night and then go to your separate bedrooms when it's time to sleep.