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hotels in las vegas: where to stay

the purpose of this tip is to help you decide on a hotel in las vegas. since there are hundreds to choose from making a decision can be difficult. i travel to las vegas frequently on business and have stayed at most of the hotels on the strip. in order to get the best value you should do a little internet home work before selecting a hotel. rates can vary from day to day depending on the day of the week, time of the year, and if there are major trade shows or special events going on when you plan to visit. rooms rates are always higher on weekends. if your travel plans are flexable you can save a lot of money. my following hotel tips are posted in a best, better, good, and budget order. one good thing about las vegas is you can stay in a five star hotel for a lot less money than any other place else in america. hotels on the south las vegas strip will be the most expensive while hotels and motels off the strip and downtown will be the cheapest. note: there is an $8.00 per night room tax that is usually not quoted when you search rates.

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  • Related to: Business Travel, Spa and Resort, Budget Travel
  • Written January 19, 2008
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  • Agraichen profile photo Agraichen
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Most anywhere: "Lost Wages"

Most any one of the larger Las Vegas hotels are great places to stay. Go with the best "deal" you can get. Most have their own web pages with "specials" for certain times when they want to attract more people.

Paris, MGM, NY/NY, Bellagio, to name just a few, all have wonderful views of the Strip, but you pay for the privilege.

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Written December 19, 2002
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Westward Ho Hotel & Casino: What can you say for 35.00 per night

Our stay was comp here and thank god we didn't have to pay. The rooms were very small and run down. no soaps, no hair dyers. I wouldn't walk on the carpet bare foot. The toilet had those sanitary strips on it, but I still did NOT sit on toilet. They were however in the middle of a redecorating. The first night here I was scared to sleep in the bed. Very old and unclean. The 2nd night we stayed in a remodeled room. Remodel was about it. The bed was still bad. However I did walk barefoot on the carpet.

The rooms all face the parking lot. They are not adjacent to the casino so it very loud with people walking by. The constant patrol of security did not put me at ease. Why is there so much security? I would NEVER walk to my room ALONE. The pool was even more run down. The water surprisingly was clear. That's all I am going give them on the pool.

Now the casino on the other hand was very nice. They house loves to throw out comps. Good thing in my book. The staff are very very very pleasant (not the check-in counter. These people were rude as hell) They play is good. Best time is 2 a.m. to 6 a.m. I did won a 1,000 on the slots.
Group that stays here mostly Seniors or Poor young adults. They give a lot FREEBIES.

I will give them credit for the generosity and there friendliness.
There is a little secret here..................There coffee shop has really good food for really cheap.
I wouldn't stay here again or recommend it, however we do visit the casino on each trip.
(See my reviews on Stardust, Fitzgerald's, and Circus Circus.)

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written May 14, 2004

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Vegas hotels general: Vegas hotels general

There are over 125,000 hotel rooms in Las Vegas. Unless there are several conventions in town, you're pretty much guaranteed a room. Rates vary along with location and surrounding grandeur. Its possible to get a room for as low as $30 and can go as high as thousands of dollars for a high end suite.

Downtown Las Vegas is only about a block or two off the Strip. Many people overlook this area since the hotels are less grand and less convenient to the festivities of Las Vegas Blvd. But some of the best deals can be had in this area and rooms are far less expensive than the monster sized properties on the Strip.

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  • Written June 15, 2004
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Three Star-Five Hotels: Luxurious Hotels in Las Vegas

Actually, the prices in Las Vegas right now are very cheap. It's unbelievable. I was shocked when I was there...

We were there two weeks ago. As usual, we had so much fun!

Here's the thing- you can even stay at a presidential suite right now that cost $1,000 per night for only $179.00 per night. But, that price already includes your meals! The hotel gives you a coupon to their own restaurant. You save your money on meals! (You end up paying a minimum of $15-30 per meal anyway depending on where you are eating. Compute that with your three meals and it adds up to $45-90 per day!)

There is a promo going on with many hotels. Also, Mandalay Bay and Luxor Hotel are also cheap right now. It's a time to book! With your $80.00 you can book to these hotels. Make sure to ask the reservation people when you are booking. You can request what are your options and what promo they have. These promos are actually sent to their regulars but you can request for a discount! (No harm in trying)

Also, make sure to book shows early to get the cheaper price. Don't book when you get there because you might end up not seeing anything as they are mostly sold out like the Cirque du Soleil...

I am posting my webpages right now on Las Vegas. Check it out!

Check out the five star hotels and you will be surprised to see how much they cost! It's sometimes unbelievable! Just add few dollars, and you are in a luxurious hotel...

There are many hotels in Las Vegas and they all have different motiffs. I have stayed in many hotels in Las Vegas but to this day, I love Mandalay Bay. I have yet to try the Venetian which I was told by my friend that he got a presidential suite for $179.00 per night with a sunken living room and a jacuzzi...Also, the price included a coupon for free dinner!

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Related to: Family Travel, Budget Travel
  • Written April 11, 2009
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Hotels on the Strip: Nice hotels in Las Vegas

Thanks Jeannette! There are newer hotels in Las Vegas right now. The Trump Tower is still under constructions but once it will open, there will be huge promotion. The M Hotel is also a brand new hotel and in order for them to be known, they do a lot of marketing, too. The Wynn Hotel is beautiful and so with the original five star hotels like the Mandalay Bay, Bellagio, Caesar's Palace and the Luxor Hotel.

The Four Seasons Hotel is also new and most hotels are getting further south of the Strip. There is also the Rio Hotel and the Palms.

MGM, Treasure Island, Monte Carlo, Bally's, New York New York, Flamingo, Excalibur, Circus, Alladin, Circus, Paris, The Venetian, Stratosphere are also good hotels.

These hotels have different motiffs. They are all nice depending on what room you book.

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  • Related to: Budget Travel, Family Travel
  • Written April 11, 2009
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The Bellagio Hotel

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Wynn Las Vegas: Favorite hotel on The Strip

We stayed on the 37th floor in a 640 sq. ft. 'Deluxe Panoramic View' resort room. Upon arrival the first thing that stood out was the door bell and electronic privacy notification system outside our room. The hallway leading in was massive and decorated with a giant floor to ceiling mirror. The king size pillow-top bed features 100% Egyptian cotton and has a pillow head board. The bedside lamps are mounted to the walls and can be adjusted to your liking. The end tables feature a light control that also open/closes the drapery, adjusts the room temperature, and controls whether or not you would like privacy or your room serviced. On the other side, an iHome iPod clock radio. There is a minibar, snack table, drink service and dresser rolled in one. The drawers on the right hold clothes, the cabinet on the left holds cold drinks. Lets see...flat screen LCD television, cordless phone/fax/ and internet service. Dining table and chairs, couch and ottoman. The bathroom has a his and hers sink, vanity area, soaking tub, enclosed shower, separate toilet area, and a television. I believe the toiletries provided were from Desert Bamboo...all in all, the most beautiful, relaxing room we have stayed in! Would definitely recommend it to anyone that enjoys staying in and enjoying the room.

The pool is by far the most extravagant we have ever seen. Cabanas are beautiful. Man made gardens and waterfalls make you feel as though you have slipped into Wonderland. The Casino is well lit and doesn't give you that "gloomy trapped" feeling.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Arts and Culture, Casino and Gambling, Luxury Travel
  • Written June 2, 2011
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The Wynn and Encore on Las Vegas Blvd.

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The Orleans: Old Fashion Charm

The Orleans over 3,000 slots, video poker and video keno machines. Table games include Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Pai Gow Poker, Baccarat, Let It Ride and Three Card Poker. You'll find more fast, friendly action in the Race and Sports Book, the very popular 35-table Poker Room, and the 24-Hour, 60-seat Keno Lounge. The rooms I have been told by friends are very nice and updated.

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  • Related to: Road Trip, Family Travel, Historical Travel
  • Written September 23, 2011
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The M Hotel: The M Hotel

There is a new hotel in Las Vegas. I am not sure when they opened this hotel but last year when we came here, they were still building it. There were a lot of construction going on (going north of the strip, the M hotel is located on the right side). We have to walked on make-shift covered walkways for protection. Now, the M Hotel is beautiful.

We didnt' really stay at this hotel. Maybe some other time just to experience how it is to stay in this new hotel.

At the front of the hotel is more of a Newer design. Not sure what is the motiff of the hotel but there is this huge logo at the front with the big letter M in front of it.

We actually went shopping inside the hotel and there are so many individual stores inside. We bought a lot of stuff at the Indian Art Gallery and bought some jewelries for my children as gifts and they even take installment plans - layaway plans!

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  • Related to: Budget Travel, Family Travel
  • Written April 12, 2009
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Hacienda Hotel Casino: Las Vegas Accommodation

Hacienda Hotel Casino is located at the shore of Lake Mead.

Room rate varies whether weekday or weekends. Note that there is 9% room tax

Remember that reservation is held only until 4 pm on day of arrival. So do call if you are late where a first night charge will be levied.

Check out time is 11 am.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written February 2, 2007
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Encore~: The best Vegas has to offer~

I would say this is about the nicest place we have every stayed. About everything about his hotel said blush and elegant. The colors they chose for the whole hotel was red and it was quite pleasing. I am not enterior designer, but just about all the colors they chose were pleasing. The service here was top notch too. On the other hand, just about everything was very expensive. Yet, it was all worth it. We really enjoyed ourselves every minute we stayed here. I suggest you get on there emailing list because they offered us a deal we could not resist. Our two night stay encluded two show tickets for Le Reve and 50$ slot play. So we took advantage of it and really enjoyed it. We would stay here again for sure. Our room was the Tower King Suite and very lush and had a fabulous view too.

*Bathroom features dual sinks, separate water closet, shower and soaking tub.
*Your Tower Suite offers touch-screen curtains, lighting
and privacy controls, with king or two queen beds.
*Enjoy complimentary high-speed Internet access, boarding pass printing,
cordless phone and fax machine.
*Your Encore Tower Suite includes daily in-room breakfast for two,
fitness center access and clothes pressing.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Historical Travel, Family Travel, Road Trip
  • Written March 18, 2012
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hints only here: the nicer the casino the more $$$$ you spend!

vegas for most is the strip, but there is a whole other world past the strip...and the rooms are cheaper..i reccomend the following places.
green valley station
suncoast
and sunset station ( the oyster bar there is great )

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  • Written September 18, 2002
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Players Island Resort Casino Spa: Overnight accommodation at Mesquite

It was an overnight stop at this hotel casino at Mesquite, right at the border of Nevada to Arizona on Highway 15.

Location is convenient as it was between busy Las Vegas and St. George in Utah.

So allows for an early start in the morning for Zion National/Bryce Canyon in Utah and the northern rim of Grand Canyon in Arizona.

Accommodation is basic and comfortable.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written July 30, 2007
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Ritz Carlton Las Vegas Lake: Hidden Las Vegas Resort

Ive stayed at Ritz Carlton hotels in many locations but this one is probably one of newest. it is about 30 mins from strip, If you want to feel of real resort, this is the place to stay. forget all gambles and parties. pamper yourself from head to toe. they have Spa service including sauna, steam, massage, facial treatment etc. they are located at right next to the Las Vegas Lake and many golf courses. I hate LV but i definately want to go back there. (i actually took golf lesson too, it was fun!!)

Over look the Lake Las Vegas and golf courses. top of all, it is WAY less people and quiet, thats the way you want to do your vacation dont you think????

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Luxury Travel, Wine Tasting, Spa and Resort
  • Written May 10, 2004

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Hotels, Hotels, Hotels

I'm not even going to go into this. There are so many Las Vegas Hotel web sites or check out the other VT Hotel pages. I will however give you one of my favorite web sites that will help you with your hotel decision.
http://www.cheapovegas.com/index.php

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  • Written January 17, 2004
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