Technology is also a big part of the guest experience at The Cromwell.
It was the first (and currently is the only) hotel in town to offer mobile key technology for digital keyless entry via smartphone (though in recent weeks the service has been spotty).
Spread throughout the top floors of one of Aria's towers, the 442 suites themselves are palatial, ranging from one to three bedrooms apiece.
Each suite has separate living and powder rooms, as well as a bathroom that could double as a spa.
While in-room amenities include posh modern furniture and televisions embedded in the bathroom mirrors, the hotel's classiest perks are the dedicated team of "Personal Suite Assistants" who play the role of butler and concierge, the private express elevator from the casino floor and Lounge32, an exclusive club that serves light snacks and beverages throughout the day.
As an added bonus, Hotel 32 guests have access to pools at Aria Las Vegas, MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, and Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino.
In 2009, however, owner Kenny Epstein breathed new life into the place, acquiring the former Ogden House motel across Ogden Street and converting it into the boutique-style, 64-room Cabana Suites.
To be clear, the rooms in the newer facility are not all "suites." In many cases they're just larger-than-usual accommodations, complete with large flat-screen televisions, i Home i Pod docking stations and plush modern furniture.
Here are our seven favorites: Lantern-like standing lamps, live-edge wood coffee tables and artwork displaying Japanese characters combine to give this hotel-within-a-hotel a dramatically Asian flair.
Celebrity chef-turned-entrepreneur Nobu Matsuhisa and interior designer David Rockwell spared no expense in renovating the former Centurion Tower inside Caesars Palace to create their first hotel, and it shows.
Check-in occurs inside the Sky Suites lounge, a private area that serves snacks and drinks throughout the day.