Rated 4.7 out of 5

Top of the World

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Jeremy Koering

By Jeremy Koering

Updated November 28, 2023

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Top of the World is a high-end restaurant that rotates 360 degrees every 80 minutes, providing an ever-changing view of Las Vegas. You’ll find it high above the city in The STRAT Hotel, Casino & SkyPod.

At Top of the World, expect to indulge in award-winning cuisine while taking in breathtaking vistas from one of the most unique vantage points in the city. It’s an ideal spot for special occasions or simply to elevate your dining experience.

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Here’s what users have said about the Top of the World:

Rated 5.0 out of 5

Had an absolutely incredible time at Top of the World Restaurant in Las Vegas! The ambiance, staff, and food were all top-notch. You definitely need to make a reservation here if you’re in the area. The restaurant offers breathtaking views of the city and even rotates 360 degrees while you dine. Highly recommended! Speaking of food, the 10 oz. fillet with a blue cheese crust was cooked perfectly and simply amazing. This restaurant won’t disappoint you!

Michael C.
Rated 4.0 out of 5

We enjoyed our meal at a rotating booth with a stunning view of the entire city. The atmosphere was incredible, and the food and wine were excellent. A photographer captured memorable moments that were available for purchase, adding to the experience. Despite the high cost, the service was exceptional, and there is also an observatory on the top floor for capturing more pictures and enjoying panoramic views of the city.

Cyn R.
Rated 5.0 out of 5

The restaurant is fantastic for dining, but I was disappointed with the price of the surf and turf, which is $200. Although the food is good, it can be quite expensive, especially if you prefer to sit near the glass. If you don’t mind being away from the glass, you don’t have to pay extra. There are also booth options available, but they come with an additional cost. Sitting near the glass comes with an extra charge of $23 per person.

Mike M.

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