- Reviews: 201
No particular recommendations...
No particular recommendations but a few pointers:
You better off booking a room in advance especially since Las Vegas is notorious for holding business conferences/conventions so those business folks will beat you to it.
If you don't mind lodging elsewhere other than famous hotels, there are other accomodations off the main street - independently run hotels, motels which are affordable.
- Reviews: 167
I haven't stayed at many of...
I haven't stayed at many of the hotels on the strip, but I'll tell what I did and didnot like about the ones I have stayed at. The MGM Grand was the first one we tried, its a moderately priced hotel accross from New York New York(which was fully booked at the time) and we really enjoyed the pool, and the good location. It's on the corner of Tropicana Blvd and The Strip. Excalibur is a great budget choice on the strip as its a little older and not as fancy, but still alot of fun. It has a great buffet and is kitty corner to the MGM Grand, and has a moving walkway to the Luxor(the Pyramid) on the other side of it. The Flamingo Hilton is another good budget choice on the mid-strip area, and they were very kind to me as I ended up having the flu while I was there!! Room service was really fast in sending me up some chicken noodle soup and ginger ale!! They also had(don't laugh at me, but when you're sick and in bed on your vacation, this is important) great pillows!! You know how hotel pillows are generally really flat and nasty? Well, these ones were definitely not that!! I know, its a strange thing to brag about but its something that I remember, okay? I have also stayed at the Rio, just off the strip on Tropicana Blvd. I hadn't made a reservation on that trip and it was one of the only decent places left that had a room for $100.(on a weekday!!) I was pleasantly surprized at how clean and quiet it was, and I had a fantastic Italian meal there!! So, this is my Vegas experience, and as I stop there every winter as I head to Phoenix to work, I will be updating this as I like to try a new hotel every time I go through.
Anywhere from $39US to >$400 US, depending on the hotel, the time of year, whether conventions are in town, or the weekend.
- Reviews: 77
Depending on your budget,...
Depending on your budget, Vegas has accomodations for the rich and famous with penthouse suites at every hotel to budget hotels on or off the strip. The Monte Carlo has good prices and Stardust, Sahara and the Tropicana usually has the cheapest rooms on the strip.
- Reviews: 21
Best rooms in the city are at...
Best rooms in the city are at the Palace Tower at Ceasars. They are pricey. The best inexpensive place to stay on the strip is Sahara.
Ceasars is about $100/night on the weekdays, and $200 on weekends. Sahara is about $30 on weekdays, $75 on weekends.
Ceasars has EVERYTHING...really, you name it, it's there.
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