If you have limited mobility, difficulty in carrying things, or just hate walking avoidable distances, then staying at large Sin City resorts can be daunting. With their sprawling footprints and a secret desire to deposit you in the casino at every given opportunity, most Vegas hotels deliberately complicate the matter. Of course, you can use valet when offered (it can be expensive and availability has been sketchy since COVID-19) and take advantage of bell services, but hotel layouts can still add hundreds of steps to your back-and-forth.
If you're concerned about ADA (Americans with Disabilitiies Act) compliance, we urge you to visit each resort's website or call them directly with questions. Although there may be helpful tips for the disabled within this list, it's geared primarily for those just who want to avoid lengthy treks.
Our first hotel is Sahara Las Vegas, the grand dame with a world-famous name. Sahara has been fully renovated and continues to evolve, with new restaurants and a relaunch of Magic Mike Live coming in the months ahead. Despite having over 1,600 rooms spread out over three towers, Sahara is one of the easiest in terms of accessibility. Elevators at their east parking garage deposit you directly across from the Paradise Road entrance. From there, the reservation desk is immediately to your right. Then you're mere steps away from two of their three elevator shafts.
Sahara gets bonus points for being the northernmost stop on Las Vegas Monorail. From there, you're a few short minutes away from MGM Grand, Paris, Bally's, Flamingo, Harrah's, The Linq, and the next winner on our list - Westgate Las Vegas.