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In-room dining at Nobu Hotel
In-room dining at Nobu Hotel
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Hotels with Great Room Service in Las Vegas

Check out the room service options at these 13 hotels in Las Vegas

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The city of Las Vegas is a 24-hour town, so naturally shouldn’t room service be available for 24 hours too? Nearly all of the hotels on the Strip (and off) offer a 24/7 room service menu of breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert. Whether you feel like something sweet, savory or just plain satisfying, our list of the following nine hotels will have it. And don’t assume this means food only. Cocktails and spirits of all varieties are also readily available. Check out this list for the best room service in Las Vegas.

Nobu Hotel inside Caesars Palace
3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S.

The very first Nobu Hotel in the world inside Caesars Palace features chef Nobu Matsuhisa's first in-room dining menu. Guests who stay in the 181-room boutique hotel can order breakfast as well as Nobu dishes around the clock, cooked out of the same kitchen as Nobu's restaurant fare. Some of the dishes on the in-room dining menu include blueberry and yuzu soba pancakes and an order of eggs Matsuhisa with roasted asparagus, bonito egg sauce, ikura and toasted bao. Look for green tea waffles with a yuzu whipped cream and Tomago Yaki, a Japanese-style omelette. Matsuhisa, who created the menu, even has a one-of-a-kind Vegas bento box featuring maki rolls, spicy tuna, California rolls and soft shell crab for $55. Another Matsuhisa bento box for $65 features a sashimi salad, nigiri and maki, black cod, spicy garlic vegetable and chicken anticuchos. The big one, the High Roller, clocks in at $288 with lobster wasabi, Wagyu steak, shrimp spicy garlic, spinach dry miso with crab and rolls and nigiri.

The Cromwell
3595 Las Vegas Blvd.

Giada De Laurentiis herself created the 24-hour in-room menu at The Cromwell. The good thing for guests? They can order up dishes not found at the Food Network star’s restaurant. Try the grilled chicken sliders slathered in lemon aioli, a gorgonzola burger and pancetta or chicken Milanese fingers paired with Parmesan cheese and pomodoro sauce.

3400 Las Vegas Blvd. S.

Order up dishes round the clock with the Mirage’s room service. But the true bonus here is getting dishes from Pantry, the resort’s 24-hour menu, in your room. Grab blueberry pancakes, a Black Forest sandwich, Big T’s grilled cheese with roasted tomato soup or homestyle potato chips right from the restaurant. Gluten-free and dishes for less than 700 calories are even on the menu.

3355 Las Vegas Blvd. S.

Here’s a hidden secret on the Strip. Order room service 24 hours a day at the Venetian and Palazzo that includes an in-suite dinner for two. The service features three themed menus that include Seaside in Venice with an array of freshly caught seafood, Heart of Italy highlighting signature Italian dishes and Classic American Steakhouse featuring a 28-ounce rib-eye steak.

Mandarin Oriental
3752 Las Vegas Blvd. S.


Seafood food lovers will rejoice at the in-room dining menu at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. Fresh salmon, sea bass, caviar, and scallops are possible options on the menu. If however, you’re not a fan of eating anything from the sea, there are plenty of noodle dishes, as well as chicken and steak options to choose from as well.

Wynn Las Vegas
3131 Las Vegas Blvd. S.


The room service menu at the Wynn is by far the most extensive, with classic choices such as fruit and pastries for breakfast, soups, salads and sandwiches for lunch, and chicken, burgers or pasta for dinner, as well as vegan and vegetarian dishes.

Red Rock Casino
11011 W. Charleston Blvd.


No matter what time of day (or night), the room service menu at the Red Rock Resort will satisfy whatever food craving you have. Options include traditional cinnamon vanilla French toast if you have a sweet tooth, chili cheese fries if you want something hearty and salty, Alaskan crab legs or lobster tails if you want chilled seafood, or even tomatoes and buffalo mozzarella cheese if you want something on the light side.

MGM Grand
3799 Las Vegas Blvd. S. 


The in-room dining menu at the MGM Grand lets guests to choose between classic, filling dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Available 24 hours a day, various appetizers include country chicken tenders, French onion or chicken noodle soup, and entrées range from steak burgers to pizzas and pastas. And don’t forget the popular 12-ounce rib-eye steak, which comes with your choice of herbed potatoes, steak fries, mixed veggies, mashed potatoes or steamed rice.

Four Seasons Hotel
3960 Las Vegas Blvd. S. 


If you return to your hotel room after a late night out and want a midnight snack, fear not. The Midnight Munchies section of the room service menu (available from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.) gives guests the opportunity to order pizzas, burgers, soups and even salads. Sandwiches such as Charlie Palmer's steak sandwich, a six-ounce New York strip steak topped with arugula, parmesan cheese and truffle aioli sauce, and served steak fries or for the vegetarians, the roasted vegetable portobello panini, made with zucchini, portobello mushrooms, peppers, mozzarella cheese and pesto are also available to choose from.

2600 W. Harmon Ave.


Breakfast is the real star of Vdara’s room service menu. With choices such as fresh French-pressed coffee, cocktails like mimosas or a bloody Mary, various herbal teas and juices, the menu caters to those whose favorite meal is breakfast. Try the spa breakfast, an egg white frittata made with spinach and tomato, paired with Greek yogurt, berries and granola, or order a fresh Bakery Basket, where you pick three of your favorites. Choose between a traditional croissant, a chocolate croissant, a blueberry, bran or gluten-free muffin, a blueberry, cinnamon or seasonal scone or a cinnamon or fruit Danish.

Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
3708 Las Vegas Blvd. S.

Clocking in at more than 20 pages long, the massive room service menu at the Cosmopolitan offers the usual cuisine and then some, including several pages of alcohol selections and even beverage packages in case your party of eight people or more want to mix your own cocktails. If your large party is hungry more than thirsty, crowd pleaser packages are also available, like the Guys' Night Out, a combination of popular bar food like pizzas, chips and mixed nuts, paired with a case of various beers and served in a leather steamer trunk.

Trump International Hotel
2000 Fashion Show Drive


Don’t feel like you will have to break your diet if you order room service while staying at the Trump International Hotel. The in-room dining menu has organic, vegan, and gluten free dishes available, many of which can be made in 15 minutes or less — a nice change since room service often has the reputation of taking a long time to be delivered. Sample selections include a vegetable Reuben made with grilled veggies and sauerkraut on rye bread, a roasted Atlantic salmon served with garden veggies and a frittata-style omelet, made with fresh goat cheese, spinach and tomatoes.

3600 Las Vegas Blvd. S. 

Not only does the Bellagio have 24-hour room service available, but also an all-day breakfast menu that comes with vegetarian and gluten-free selections. Order the traditional three-egg omelet, made with your choice of spinach, mushrooms, ham, tomatoes, onions, bacon, Bell peppers or cheese, served with breakfast potatoes and toast. Or order from the seasonal menu, which is still set to the summer season. Try the fresh heirloom tomato burrata salad, made with stone fruit, roasted hazelnuts and topped with balsamic glaze.

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