Vegas Motel

2216 Fremont St., Las Vegas, Nevada, 89101, United States
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Local Mobile Pre Paid Sims & Thanksgiving Sales

by twinkles76

Hello

We are coming from Australia and would like to know..

I am looking at pre paid sim for my wife and I when we are in Las Vegas.. I have found this on mrsimcard.. Since you get free At & t mobile to mobile I thought this was ok.. Does anyone know of this website or ever used Mr simcard..

Also will the outlets have big sales and be busy for the Thanksgiving Sales (Is it called the black friday sales).. I have read some places open at midnight but thought this wouldnt happen at the outlets..

Re: Local Mobile Pre Paid Sims & Thanksgiving Sales

by Beausoleil

You cannot believe how crowded these outlet malls are from Halloween to Christmas . . . and beyond. We used to live near the Ontario Mill Mall and an easy drive to the Cabazon Mall. Neither were worth it for saving money. During the off season (for shopping), they aren't nearly as crowded but they don't have as much merchandise either. I think they are vastly overrated. If you are Vegas, just go shopping there. By the time you spend the money to travel to an outlet mall, you will have spent more than a department store.

In the olden days when these outlets were really rooms in a factory for getting rid of their seconds, they were a bargain. Now they are just another way to get money from the consumer. When you purpose-build a mall and decorate and add a food court, you have eliminated the consumer savings.

On the other hand if you just want to say you've been there, go for it. Ontario is classier than Cabazon but a little pricier and the traffic is worse in Ontario because it's near the airport.

If you want fun shopping, go to Victoria's Village in Rancho Cucamonga. Gorgeous, classy and fun . . . and no more expensive than the outlets.

Travel Tips for Las Vegas

Have a good time!

by KaisaL

Everyone needs to ride the Deuce (bus) or walk the strip at least once. If you walk, be prepared...you need good shoes, sun lotion, hat, and time. The Deuce passes are $5.00 per person for 1 day, very worth it. You can get on and off all over the strip and save time and walking. Fondest memory is Mandalay Bay Hotel. The wave pool is extrodinary! The staff is exemplary. Clean, wide open, alot of variety for stores, food and casino.

Luxurious convention center

by Tenzin

Our Million Dollar Round Table annual convention was held in Bally's and Paris. Few venues can compete with LV's hotels in providing the poshest, grandest etc. of interior decor. After all, the exterior is a flat plain of desert area so there's little sense to compete with other cities in terms of natural beauty. Man-made it is and look how well LV has succeeded doing exactly that.

This is a water ballet in...

by Birsen

This is a water ballet in front of the Bellagio hotel's Pond. Every half hour starts in the pond for 5 min.(in the Strip; Las Vegas Blvd. where all the big hotels are located). It is an absolutely must see. Wonderful!

How to get good hotel prices

by ZanieOR

The rates for luxury hotels in Las Vegas are less probably than anywhere in the world because the room rates are subsidized by gambling. It is extremely easy to find a very nice hotel room on The Strip for under $80 US a night, especially during the week, shopping and booking through the Internet.
On my last trip last May I stayed on The Strip at Barbary Coast for three nights at $60 per night, through the vegas.com Web site, and then at plusher Treasure Island at $75 per night for two nights through a special on the hotel's Web site.
Rates jump dramatically on weekends in LV, so I decided to move downtown, partly for the experience, and was able to book The Plaza for Friday and Saturday nights for only $45.90 plus tax a night through HotelKingdom.com after comparing prices on travelaxe.com. I love staying at different hotels in Las Vegas, as they all give different experiences.
Since one of LV's attractions is that I can get more for my money (even with a modest daily gambling budget) I enjoy the shopping around.
On all my trips I've spent the weekdays in a more upscale hotel and then downgraded for the weekend to get the most for my money.
Ie, from Luxor to Gold Coast; The Orleans to Sahara; Barbary Coast and Treasure Island, to the Plaza downtown.
To compare prices of hotels at various Internet booking sites (and the hotel itself) use travelaxe.com. It takes awhile, but it was part of my obsessing. I've never yet had any problem booking on-line, just print out confirmations (though I've never even been asked for these.)
I don't think some of the top hotels, like Bellagio, are available (it probably doesn't discount rooms). If you plan to gamble for comps, book directly through the hotel.

Las Vegas Tip

by smoox

Next door to the Luxor, thereĀ“s famous EXCALIBUR. I count it among my favourite memories since
a) I actually WON some money there!
b) it can be reached via an air-conditioned bridge from the Luxor. Aaaaaahhhhhhh. Especially in summer.

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