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SLS Las Vegas Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$102

SLS Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

2535 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas - Map
 
 
This hotel is located in Las Vegas (The Strip), close to Las Vegas Country Club, Las Vegas Convention Center, and Fashion …More
TI - Treasure Island Hotel and Casino - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$125

TI - Treasure Island Hotel and Casino

3300 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas - Map
 
 
"Extra charge "
Hotel is nice and clean, checkout is at 11am but was stunned when called the front desk to see if we could check out later. told them only needed an hour at the most. They charge 40.00 if you need to stay longer I have never had this happen anywhere. Advice don't party to late the nite before ;)
Traveller from New York
Treasure Island - TI Hotel & Casino is connected to the Fashion Show shopping mall by bridge as well as The Mirage by tram …More
Riviera Hotel And Casino - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$87

Riviera Hotel And Casino

2901 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas - Map
 
 
"Surprisingly nice, cean and quiet room"
Enjoyed our stay.  Just used the hotel for the cheap room, didn't eat in the restaurants.  The Comedy show was a bonus which we quite enjoyed
DownhillDave from Fernie, BC, Canada
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MGM Grand Hotel and Casino - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

MGM Grand Hotel and Casino

3799 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas - Map
 
 
"World Class Experience As Always"
This was our 2nd vacation to Las Vegas and our 2nd stay at the MGM Grand. The Vanilla scent of the hotel is amazing. The staff are very friendly and professional and willing to do what ever it takes to help with any issue or concern you may have. The beds are extremely comfortable and the house keeping staff do an excellent job on the facilities and rooms. I would recommend any MGM Resort in Las Vegas but highly recommend the MGM Grand most of all. It's accessibility to other areas of the strip via bridges, walkways, or the tram make the Las Vegas experience that much better.
Traveller from Maine
Located on the southern end of the famous Las Vegas Strip, this hotel is close to McCarran International Airport, Crystals at …More
Monte Carlo Resort and Casino - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Monte Carlo Resort and Casino

3770 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas - Map
 
 
"Good Location"
Beautiful hotel centrally located. Tram runs from Monte Carlo to Bellagio. However, we saw no signs for the tram until we walked to the Aria, got on the tram and then saw it went to the Monte Carlo. Staff was very friendly and helpful. However, we waited 30 minutes to check in. With almost 3,000 rooms, should have been more employees. Also, the Concierge line was always long. The pool and lazy river were very nice and the Food Court was great for a reasonably priced breakfast and lunch. Casino had too many old machines which were extremely tight. I had read that the Monte Carlo was recently updated. I don't know what was updated but it wasn't our room. Mold stains around edge of tub and chairs and carpet stained. Bed and pillows were comfortable.
Traveller from Ohio
Centrally located in the heart of the action, this Las Vegas Strip hotel features an all-encompassing pool scene with a …More
Bellagio - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Bellagio

3600 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas - Map
 
 
"Bellagio stay"
The Bellagio was a great hotel to visit during my stay in Vegas! Central on the Strip and close to everything!
DD31 from Edmonton, AB, Canada
About 1,000 fountains dance to music and light in front of this European-style hotel set along the Las Vegas Strip, next to …More
Mandalay Bay Resort And Casino - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Mandalay Bay Resort And Casino

3950 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas - Map
 
 
Well, the hotel was first class and the staff very helpful.I found all the restaurants on site very pricey.The bayside buffet was a good choice.$26.00 for a very complete brunch and 32.00 for the dinner buffet..All in all, NO complaints at all. The daily "resort fee" was 28.00( entitles you to the Pool, internet access etc.
retep0454
3 miles from the airport, the 43-story Mandalay Bay Resort sits on 60 acres at the south end of the Strip; a complimentary …More
Caesars Palace - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Caesars Palace

3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas - Map
 
 
"Forum tower suite experience"
We got a deal from secret hotels for a "classic room" and after reading alot of horrible reviews about the Roman tower I was determined to not be put therE. Ofcourse when we got there the "classic" was a room in the Roman tower and we upgraded to Forum suite for 50 bucks. The room was amazing, super clean ,comfortable bed, the bathroom had a jacuzzi and a tv in the mirror Which was pretty awesome! And the bathroom looked freshly renovated ! They charge a daily resort fee of 33 bucks incl tax so beware! Anything you pick up from the fridge will be charged automatically as well! Overall a very nice and fancy hotel. Except for the roman tower. Pricey but nice
Traveller from Florida
A tribute to the opulence of Rome, this Las Vegas Strip resort is buffered from crowds by a vast open-air plaza; both the Las …More
Luxor Hotel and Casino - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$95

Luxor Hotel and Casino

3900 S. Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas - Map
 
 
"Christmas in Las Vegas"
We stayed 5 nights at the Luxor, in Las Vegas. Out of every hotel it was our favorite. It was clean, the staff were friendly and it was easy to navigate. The Luxor is wide open and has a great layout unlike other hotels that force you through the casino. See the Titanic Exhibit!! The Luxor is older and could use some updating. We stayed in the Tower on the 16th floor with views of the Mountains. Rori, who worked on the Casino floor was wonderful. She showed us how to use the machines, as this was our first time gambling. The Irish Pub in the shopping district between Excalibur and Luxor is a must visit! Also, if your looking for fun and interactivity see the Tournament of Kings, it was amazing!! Oh, and sit in the Dragon section. Le Reve at the Wynn was the most fantastic show. Expensive but the best production show in Las Vegas. For your last night eat at the, 'On the Top Restaurant' at the Stratosphere Hotel. Amazing views, amazing food paired with wine. Tips: Play My Vegas! Use the vouchers as much as possible and bring a few extra. Sometimes even after reading the fine print, they can't be vouchered. The $20 Tip Trick worked! Look it up on Youtube. Almost everywhere you go professional Photographers ask to take your pic for a buck. It's super expensive! The biggest Photography company in Las Vegas is Cashman Photo. Let them take your photo and get the receipt with barcode. This will allow you to order them online for a 3rd of the cost. Have Fun!
Traveller from Colorado
With 2 22-story towers and an eye-catching 30-story pyramid topped by a powerful light beam, this resort is 2 miles from …More
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$88

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

4455 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas - Map
 
 
"I will be back!!!"
I visited Las Vegas Hard Rock Hotel for my friends 24th birthday and I can say that I have no complaints. We stayed in the Paradise Towers on the 18th floor. We had a great view of Rehab. The hotel staff was very nice and our room was very clean. I will definitely be back!!
Traveller from Brooklyn, NY
The Hard Rock, which contains a 5-acre water playground popular with the young and the hip, is within 2 miles of the Las …More

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    Las Vegas, Nevada Hotel Guide

    Whether you are coming to traveling for work or play, Las Vegas lodging offers every possible amenity and luxury you could desire. And while famous resort casinos line the famous Strip, there are also many places to stay, both hotels and inexpensive motels located in quieter parts of town.

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    If you head east of the Strip, you will see firsthand that there is so much more to Las Vegas than just casinos. Hotels east of the Strip have outstanding golf courses, museums, and beautiful Lake Las Vegas. Also, did you know Vegas has its own Chinatown? It does – just west of the Strip. And the accommodations west of the Strip offers you a comfortable location near 180 acres of botanical gardens and the beautiful Las Vegas Art Museum.

    Of course, “Sin City” offers every possible luxury. From spas to shows to world-class restaurants and of course incredible casinos, you can have the trip of a lifetime without even setting foot outside in the hot desert air. Whether you crave to drop red on roulette, dine on red sea bass, or watch red-sequined showgirls perform, you can have it all in this desert playground. It is even easy to find deals on Las Vegas hotels, so you can live like royalty without breaking the bank. Inexpensive hotels in Vegas are easy to find, and each one ensures you will still have a wonderful experience.

    World-class designer shopping can be found in hotels south of the Strip. If you love to shop, be sure to stay near Town Square, where you can shop ’til you drop and enjoy family-friendly dining. Vegas hotels really can be all things to all people. Relax, take a break, or get in the thrill. You really can have it all in this surprisingly diverse city. No matter your reason to visiting, there is a hotel that will provide you a memorable experience.

    Hotels in Las Vegas

    You've probably heard that what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. When your trip to this exhilarating city comes to a close, you may find that you want to stay in Vegas, too! Often referred to as "The Live Entertainment Capital of the World" or sometimes "Sin City," Las Vegas, NV, is one of the most popular tourist destinations worldwide and is known for its spectacular live shows, bustling casinos, and luxurious hotels. In Las Vegas, there is never a dull moment. Whether you are in the mood for a rousing adventure the whole family can enjoy at one of the city's many amusement parks, an unforgettable fine-dining experience at an extravagant five-star restaurant, or an afternoon spent enjoying some of the best shopping the country has to offer, this city has something for you. You might want to try your luck in one of the opulent casinos dotting the world-famous Las Vegas Strip, or you might prefer exploring the city's awe-inspiring natural desert surroundings. No matter how you spend your time, your Las Vegas vacation is sure to make a lasting impression. Don't wait to book your accommodations for your trip to Las Vegas; hotels tend to fill up quickly here, in part because the city is one of the nation's leading destinations for conventions and business meetings. Luckily, even if you've left everything until the last possible moment, you can still find incredible Las Vegas hotel deals on Travelocity.

    The Las Vegas Strip, world-renowned and immortalized in countless popular films, is home to an impressive number of some of the world's largest casinos and resort hotels. Located on and near Las Vegas Boulevard between Sahara Avenue and Russell Road, it is actually found just outside of the city proper, but it is practically inseparable in the minds of travelers worldwide from the city that gives it its name. Every year, people flock to the Las Vegas Strip from all over the globe to gawk at the dazzling display of breathtaking modern architecture and take a shot at winning big at some of its famous casinos, like those of the Bellagio and MGM Grand hotels. In Las Vegas, anyone can experience the thrill of risking it all on another hand of blackjack to possibly go home considerably richer (anyone over the age of 18, that is). If gambling and casinos aren't your thing, however, the city still has plenty to offer! Maybe you'd like to let loose at one of its many swank nightclubs. The Marquee Nightclub at The Cosmopolitan has plenty of space for dancing, three different rooms that play three different varieties of music, and an outdoor pool area. The XS Nightclub at Wynn Encore has played host to popular DJs such as Avicii and Deadmau5. If you don't care much for partying or if you're looking for more family-friendly fare, you might enjoy a visit to the educational Springs Preserve, located at the birthplace of Las Vegas, the home of the area's first settlers. While you're there, you can marvel at the various forms of desert plant life by ambling through the award-winning botanical gardens or hiking the picturesque trails that snake through the preserve's 180 acres. The impressive Nevada State Museum is also located on the grounds of the preserve.

    If you're the adventurous type, take a day trip to one of America's most beloved natural wonders: the Grand Canyon! Those who like the thought of long, scenic journeys through the desert will enjoy making the drive to this stunning geological attraction. There are also many packages available from tour companies that can bring you and your family to the Grand Canyon for the day in a bus or a helicopter and have you back in Las Vegas by nightfall. If you'd rather stay close to your Las Vegas hotel, the Circus Circus resort is home to Adventuredome, a five-acre indoor amusement park with enough games and thrill rides to keep any family of fun-seekers entertained. And if you're looking for a rush that will make even Adventuredome seem tame, consider taking a leap of faith from the 108th floor of the Stratosphere Tower to plunge to the ground 855 feet below with SkyJump Las Vegas. Don't worry: You'll be safe in your harness as you descend at controlled speeds.

    Maybe you'd rather spend your time in Las Vegas relaxing. Why not recline by the waters of one of the city's countless ornate pools? While many of the pools at Las Vegas hotels host loud parties that attract a rowdy crowd of frenzied dancers, you can rent a cabana at the quiet Mandarin Oriental pools for a more serene atmosphere where attendants will wait on you hand and foot with offers of smoothies and frozen treats. Other low-key attractions include the entertaining and educational Neon Museum, where you can examine a collection of preserved Las Vegas signage, learning all about how each sign factored into the city's fascinating history. This collection of classic signs is made available to the public through guided tours, which are held seven days a week. Depending on when you're in Vegas, you can get an authentic taste of local art and culture by heading downtown for First Friday Las Vegas. On the first Friday of every month, you can enjoy great food, live music, and stimulating conversation as local visual and performing artists showcase their work.

    Looking to soak up some sun? You'll be glad to know that Las Vegas is almost perpetually sunny. It's also typically hot and dry; summer temperatures often exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit, so those who enjoy colder temperatures may prefer to visit during the winter season, which is usually mild. Being the popular travel destination that it is, the city is almost always full of visitors eager for some Vegas excitement, but the busiest times of the year are winter, from New Year's Eve to mid-February, and summer, from the beginning of July through Labor Day. Therefore, if you're the type who likes to avoid crowds, you may want to buy tickets for a spring or fall Las Vegas vacation. No matter when you decide to go, Travelocity is your best bet for finding cheap hotels in Las Vegas. That's because unbelievable hotel rates in the nation's most popular vacation spots are always available on Travelocity. Book online now!

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