In a place where over-the-top glitz is the norm, a luxury hotel in Vegas truly has to step it up a notch with special touches -- from Michelin-starred chefs to the staff members who greet you by name at The Signature at MGM Grand. Vegas luxury often means enormous rooms, mind-boggling design, beautiful pools, and stunning spas. But the hotels in Vegas are also much larger (many are over 2,000 rooms) so the level of personalized service doesn't quite match the standards at other American destinations, like New York City or even Miami. In terms of value, though, a hotel in Vegas can't be topped. If the Wynn existed in New York City, for example, it would likely cost you about five times more per night.