- Reviews: 843
The Cannery Casino: Excellent "Locals" Casino
I stayed here during my grandmothers recent illness. The staff was very nice and even gave me the "locals discount" since my parents live just up the street. Very nice, clean standard rooms. In-room mini-fridge, iron/ironing board & hair dryer - just wish there was a coffee maker!<br/><br/>Only problem was my first floor, non-smoking room smelled faintly of smoke trailed in from the casino floor. I would recommend this hotel if you are interested in staying off the Strip - pretty rooms, clean and nicer than a Motel 6 for about the same price.
Be sure to sign up for the C.A.N Card (their players club card) - I stayed for 4 nights and ended up with three cool gifts just for swiping the card!
- Reviews: 1647
Any Hotel: Players Club Membership
Many of the hotels/casinos in Vegas offer a Players Club Membership. Sometimes, it encompasses a group of hotels/casinos. They want to track how much you are spending and in return offer you rewards such as discounted room rates or some free amenities. It doesn't cost any money to join. Each time you buy in to play the slot machines, card tables, craps or roulette, present your club card. My brother stayed at Treasure Island for the first time. At check out time, he was able to get one night free.
- Reviews: 1
Hotels and more: Great Price hotels
Most often you can get a room for little to nothing, when you sign up on Hotel web sites. Find a hotel that you think you may like, and sign up with that particular hotel. I'm not sure what you want to spend, but you can find a hotel for under 50.00 a night, believe it or not, a lot of nice hotels other rooms for little. <br/>try picking a few hotels, and sign up, or just check out their prices, I think you'll be surprised. For your research: http://vegas.cc Have fun!!!
MGM Grand has a awesome pool!
- Reviews: 5204
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.
- Reviews: 600
Vacation Rental by Owner (VRBO): Suite Vegas Retreat Home
We were looking for a place to stay which also accepted pets and yes there are numerous hotels which do, but the prices just seemed high, so we looked into Vacation Rentals by Owners (VRBO). We found a 3-bedroom house with all the amenities you would want for a great price. Plus this particular accommodation allowed us to spread out and not be "bunched up" like we would be in a hotel room.
The area where the property is located is in a newly built community. This home offers three bedrooms, two and a half baths, a two car garage, wireless internet, color tv (cable), washer/dryer, dishwasher, furnished, etc.
- Reviews: 2381
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.<br/><br/>Location is convenient as it was between busy Las Vegas and St. George in Utah. <br/><br/>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.<br/><br/>Accommodation is basic and comfortable.
- Reviews: 2
St Tropez All Suite Hotel: One of Vegas' best cheapo hotels
Fine hotel, cozy pool yard, clean rooms, no slot machines, free high speed internet in the lobby. Cons: keycards have to be re-programmed every 2 days, complimentary breakfast out of foam cups
Fine hotel, cozy pool yard, clean rooms, no slot machines, free high speed internet in the lobby, we got a complimentary extra bed. Cons: keycards have to be re-programmed every 2 days, complimentary breakfast out of foam cups and plates.
- Reviews: 2381
Hacienda Hotel Casino: Las Vegas Accommodation
Hacienda Hotel Casino is located at the shore of Lake Mead.<br/><br/>Room rate varies whether weekday or weekends. Note that there is 9% room tax<br/><br/>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. <br/><br/>Check out time is 11 am.
- Reviews: 37
Save time checking in
There are several hotels that have check in facilities located right in the airport. You get your room key right there and can feasibly avoid long line-ups at the hotel check-in counter. Follow the link below to see if your hotel is on the list. <br/><br/>http://www.mccarran.com/services.asp#
- Reviews: 37
Check for conventions in town
Hotels always raise their prices when they know that they can rent out all of the rooms so the chances of your rate dropping when a convention is staying at your hotel are slim. If you follow the link below and search for the dates of your stay it will give you a list of conventions that are in town during your stay. Pick a hotel with no convention and you increase your chances of having the price of the rooms drop before your trip and being able to call in to get the new rate. <br/><br/>http://www.lvcva.com/meetings/convention-calendar.jsp
- Reviews: 37
Get upgraded for little or no money
Go ahead and google something called "the $20 trick". Now I personally find it humorous that in Vegas they are referring to a tip/bribe as a trick but who cares if it works. The steps are as follows:<br/><br/>1. Slide a $20 bill between your credit card and drivers license.<br/>2. Step up to the sign in desk and make brilliant witty small talk.<br/>3. When asked for your credit card and id make sure to subtly show the twenty.<br/>4. Ask if there are any complimentary or "free" upgrades available. <br/><br/>It's insane the amount of success that people claim to have had with this. I am staying at one of the very few hotels in Vegas that does not seem to be open to this at all. Perhaps due to limited options in room type though. People have reported success at the best hotels in Vegas when they have paid for the cheapest room and had then been upgraded to a jacuzzi suite. Of course you are taking a chance as there are also those who have been given odd looks and been told that they misplaced a twenty. Worse yet are the people who were given a bright smile and handed a list of upgrades-with the new inflated price!!
- Reviews: 37
Vegas hotels: Saving money on accomodation
I would recommend booking your hotel directly through the website and not dealing with a third party like Expedia. I read this tip somewhere and it was brilliant advice. I booked the hotel two months before my visit and as the weeks passed I would occasionally check out the website for the newest rates. Everytime they dropped I would call the hotel and ask them to honor todays rate. My favorite part about this was how nice everyone is when I call. There is none of the annoyance in the voice that I would have expected. I would only recommend this for Vegas though because everywhere else I have travelled has a tendency to book up fast and there are no rooms available let alone reduced rates. I have checked out a lot of travel forums in preparation for Vegas and the majority agree that if you book your room through a third party you will not have the option of calling the hotel and asking for the reduced rate. In fact most agree that the third party buys up a block of the least desirable rooms and sells them off at a reduced rate and you will be then stuck on a low floor with no view.
- Reviews: 126
Old and tacky...: Lady Luck Casino Hotel
My third visit to Las Vegas, we stayed at Lady Luck Casino Hotel located downtown adjacent to Fremont Street. I was kind of horrified when I found out we were staying at Lady Luck but it didn't turn out that bad athough I don't recommend anyone ever booking a room here unless they really have to.<br/><br/>It's not the newest and fanciest hotel but it was okay for a couple of nights. The only plus side was that it was really close to Fremont Street. <br/><br/>Rode the CAT (bus) to the strip every night. Beware the sometimes scary people on the bus.<br/><br/>If you're planning a trip to Las Vegas, try to book a room on the Las Vegas Strip. I recommend Bally's for it's great location.
Nothing unique about this place.
- Reviews: 6
www.VRBO.com: A Luxury Stay In All Its Glory
I went to this website called www.vrbo.com<br/><br/>This is a site where home owners rent out big, beautiful luxury homes with private pools & spas with all the things you would have at your own home for the same price as a nice suite or room at Caesar's Palace or The Venetian. Some are even cheaper. The place had 4 bdrs and 3 bathrooms. With a lagoon pool/spa. A big kitchen and the Master bedroom was awesome. With a walk-in shower. The home was located only 15 minutes from the strip. So, you can enjoy the quiet from all the noise on the strip.
Private Pool/Spa<br/>GAs BBQ Grill<br/>50" Big Screen TV<br/>High Speed Internet<br/>Every TV had Cable <br/>The community was very nice and peaceful after a long afternoon on the strip.<br/>Washer/Dryer<br/>Cooking Utensils<br/>Linens & Towels available
- Reviews: 7
Westward Ho Hotel & Casino: Cheap rooms at the end of the Strip.
The price is right for those on a budget, but remeber, you get what you pay for. Its not near any of the big resort hotels, so its a pretty far walk to the south strip area (MGM, Excalibur, etc). The room was clean, but the furniture looked like it was 50 years old. Staff were very friendly at check in/check out.
HUGE margaritas for 99 cents, and you can get an extra shot of tequila in it for $1. Also try the Mega Dog (or the Ho dog as some call it), I think its like $1.49 and its the biggest hot dog I've seen in my life, two people could eat this thing.
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