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Rumor Boutique Hotel - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Rumor Boutique Hotel

455 E Harmon Ave, Las Vegas - Map
"Good hotel for the price"
Here's the truth ... if you're looking for a 5 star hotel, go stay at a 5 star hotel. If you want a spacious room that is cheap, stay at the Rumor. I've been coming to Vegas for many years and have stayed all over the place. Would I prefer to stay somewhere really nice, of course! But would I rather save a few hundred dollars and put it towards my drinks and fun on the town instead? Ya! Vegas isn't cheap so I rather put money towards FUN. You can also park your car right at your room and are able to drive in and out of the property as you please. There's another $$ saver! I've read other complaints about hearing planes fly over the hotel. People, it's not that serious. Guess what...Hardrock is right across the street, you'll hear the planes just the same. In fact, you can pretty much hear the plans at most hotels on that side of the strip...not the hotels fault. Another tip, cabs won't go to the Rumor so either run across the street to the Hardrock or get an Uber. I suggest to Uber. Uber is cheaper than cabs in Vegas ... FYI. There's my 2 cents ... enjoy!
Traveller from Los Angeles, CA
This Las Vegas hotel is directly across the street from the Hard Rock Café and Casino, 1 mile from the bustling Strip, and …More
Club De Soleil All-Suite Resort - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Club De Soleil All-Suite Resort

5625 W Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas - Map
"Nice and clean"
Nice and clean pool, room, lobby. "Breakfast offering" was meager so bring your own breakfast. Facilities had some special events like ice cdream and some free movies. Nice.
Traveller from Oregon
This French-themed hotel is 3 miles from the Las Vegas Strip.More
Circus Circus Hotel, Casino & Theme Park - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Circus Circus Hotel, Casino & Theme Park

2880 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas - Map
"Say what you may. My stay was great all seven days"
Nice room. Even nicer service. Good food. Easy access to all parts of Vegas. Check-in Check-out couldn't have gone easier. Air Conditioning, TV, Bathroom, Safe, Iron and Ironing board. All was in excellent shape. Restaurants were good for the price. So was the Buffet. The service at all the bars was excellent. And the Amusement Park and Mid Way deck and pool are excellent areas for children. I spent 7 days and all in all. It would be hard to fine a better deal for what I paid. Circus Circus! A+++++++
Traveller from Puerto Rico
Iconic hotel located on the Las Vegas strip, Circus Circus is close to shopping, the Las Vegas Convention Center and downtown …More
Trump International Hotel Las Vegas - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Trump International Hotel Las Vegas

2000 Fashion Show Drive, Las Vegas - Map
"A "Presidential" Stay"
Very well run, organized, and opulent. This hotel is refreshing in so many ways. There is no casino and therefore, no cigarette smoke to pollute your lungs! In the evenings, a strong authoritative man makes you show your key before you can enter the elevator area so you feel a little more secure. Elevators are divided by floors so it takes just a matter of seconds to whisk you to an upper floor which is where we stayed. A complimentary shuttle takes you to two places in Vegas, the Wynn (which is not very far away) and the Forum Shoppes at Caesar's Palace. You are provided with bottled water and can get more if you just ask. The room is very large with a huge bathroom as well. The concierge services, valet services, and all those we encountered during our stay were top notch, genuinely interested in our stay and making sure it was a pleasant one. Upon checking out, I learned that the Trump Hotels compete with one another to see which hotel can raise more money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. I am a huge advocate for and supporter of St. Jude because my little granddaughter had leukemia a few years ago and was treated and cured there! Way to go, Trump Hotels! We had such a pleasant time during our stay at the Trump Hotel. Funniest part were the "Hillary" piñatas you had to break apart before entering your room! (Just kidding!)
Traveller from USA
Overlooking the Las Vegas skyline, this 64-story luxury resort stands adjacent to the Fashion Show Mall. It is a short cab …More
Stratosphere Hotel - Casino & Resort Hotel - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Stratosphere Hotel - Casino & Resort Hotel

2000 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas - Map
"nice "
Nice,good customer service.close to everything but only I regret using the swimming pool
A Traveller
The Stratosphere Tower observation deck features 360-degree views of Las Vegas to the Strip. The gateway between vintage …More
A1 Suites at Signature Condo Hotel - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

A1 Suites at Signature Condo Hotel

145 East Harmon Avenue, Las Vegas - Map
Situated in Las Vegas, this aparthotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Crystals at City Center, University of Nevada-Las Vegas, and …More
The Venetian Resort Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Venetian Resort Hotel & Casino

3355 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas - Map
I had stayed at the Venetian a few times before with my family. This is one of the three hotels on the stripe I would recommend. The rooms are spacious, it is actually like a junior suite, It accommodates 4 people comfortably. The package I booked this time included a 150 hotel credit, which comes very handy. It covered my dinner and breakfast. Highly recommended.
Traveller from SF, Ca.
This all-suite resort and casino on the Las Vegas Strip is a short drive from Fashion Show Mall, the convention center, …More
Palms Place Hotel and Spa at the Palms Las Vegas - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Palms Place Hotel and Spa at the Palms Las Vegas

4381 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas - Map
"The Hotel is great, it has a boutique feel."
The Hotel is great the housekeeping and pool staff are great, the front desk is not the friendliest which was the case a year ago as well. We had a delay in our flight and made it the hotel at 4:00 am the following day, the hotel was full and we received a room that had been sprayed for a bad smell, sure enough the room smelled of sewer. We had to sleep I. The room until around 2:00 pm when a room became available. After the room switch things were absolutely awesome! The pool on the sixth floor gets a nice breeze that's helps with the 108 temperature. Bed is very comfortable, room is big, views are great. Room has a fridge, stove, microwave and dishwasher so we were able to got to the grocery store two blocks away and get some food for late night. Starbucks and Eisenstein Bagels are across the street. Love staying at this location about 8 minutes of the strip.
Traveller from Michigan
Connected to the Palms Las Vegas via an enclosed, motorized walkway, this 49-story hotel is 2 miles from the Sands Expo …More
The Palazzo Resort Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Palazzo Resort Hotel & Casino

3325 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas - Map
"great facility"
We really enjoyed our stay at the hotel. Everyone was pleasant and accommodating. The room was large and clean. I have no complaints.
A Traveller
This luxurious resort and casino is on the Las Vegas Strip, connected to sister property The Venetian by walks and waterways …More
The Palms Casino Resort - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Palms Casino Resort

4321 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas - Map
"Pleasant stay at the palms "
I arrived late ftom my flight being delayed but once at the hotel it wasn't like I had to wait very long to check in the check in staff was very pleasant and very professional. It was a great experience. The room was wonderful.
A Traveller
Comprising 40- and 55-story towers, Palms Casino Resort is 1 mile west of the Las Vegas Strip, 3 miles from the Forum Shops …More

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    Las Vegas Hotel & Travel Guide

    If the bright lights and flashing smiles of the city aren’t enough to lure you there, think of these enticing words written by Chuck Palahniuk, “Las Vegas looks the way you’d imagine heaven must look at night.” Indeed, a sense of wonder will wash over you when you see the Strip for the first time. Don’t be embarrassed to get caught looking wide-eyed at the sparkling buildings and fluorescent flashes all around you—most everyone here is a tourist, but locals still appreciate the magic of Las Vegas in the moonlight. Ensure that you see all the bewitching attractions that call Sin City home by reserving one of the top hotels in Las Vegas.

    Things to do in Las Vegas

    Donned in your best desert chic attire, you step out onto the Strip and are awed and overwhelmed by all you see. With so much activity and a plethora of street performers, how will you decide to spend your time in Las Vegas? You begin with the basics—hanging out poolside just steps away from one of many decadent Las Vegas hotel rooms. After a refreshing dip and a leisurely afternoon spent sipping on sinful cocktails, you feel well-rested and ready to take on the city. Admire the opulent casino inside the Bellagio hotel and pass underneath the acclaimed Chihuly art installation inside the venue. Afterward, make your way to Mandalay Bay and gaze at the aquatic predators that call Shark Reef Aquarium home.

    As night falls in Sin City, there are an abundance of ways to spend your time. You could head downtown to the pleasant sensory overload of the Fremont Street Experience, or stay in one of the hotels on the Strip to watch as the fountain show begins outside the Bellagio. Of course, those who prefer colorful displays from nature rather than neon lights should venture to Hoover Dam to watch the sun go down over the Colorado River.

    Eating and Drinking

    Las Vegas is known for its larger than life magicians and grand acrobatic performances, but the real magic in the city is its top notch eateries. Unlike many other large American cities, Las Vegas doesn’t have a notable signature dish, but that’s because it excels at making every type of cuisine. Indeed, no matter what type of food you’re craving (and no matter the time of day), you’ll be able to find what tempts you in Las Vegas. Sin City’s steakhouses are especially well-known for creating mouthwatering menus that will tempt carnivores and herbivores alike and are commonly found in one of the many 5-star hotels in Las Vegas. Sumptuous slabs of rib-eye steak and mounds of jumbo crab paired next to a refreshing garden salad or luxurious mound of mashed potatoes will have you loosening your belt with pleasure.

    But for those eaters who are serious about sampling all the international cuisines of Vegas, forego expensive restaurants that speak to one nationality, and instead—visit a Vegas buffet. Nearly every casino in town offers buffet options, typically for brunch and dinner, and if you choose wisely, (hint: Wynn Buffet) you’ll be greatly rewarded. Accomplished chefs at the top of their culinary game compile the diverse menus that await you. Many buffets include carving stations that will slice up decadent portions of prime rib, as well as fresh seafood displays, including lobster tails, shrimp, crab legs, and innovative sushi rolls. Between the many meaty options, you’ll be delighted to discover opulent salad bars that seem to stretch for miles, and internationally influenced cuisine including Japanese, Italian, Indian, and French fare. Your trip to the dessert table will be a test of will power—but how could you resist at least tasting the macarons, raspberry cheesecakes, and sugary crème brûlées that beckon to you?

    Green Spaces Galore

    Need a break from the flashing lights and sounds of slot machines? Venture 79 miles southeast to visit the stunning Lake Mead National Recreation Area. With the option of enjoying either Lake Mead or Lake Mohave, you’ll want to pack a picnic to enjoy your day in the lush desert landscape. Visitors can sit in the shade of trees and watch as rippling waves pass through the water, or choose to get a bit wet instead. There are myriad ways to enjoy the lakes, including boating, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, or just swimming in the sunshine. You might be intimidated to watch locals partaking in watersports on the lake—their form is immaculate—but keep in mind that they’re permanent Nevadans and are used to the dry heat and choppy freshwaters.

    Day Trips from Las Vegas

    If you still feel the call of the desert from inside one of the cheap rooms in Las Vegas, embark on a day trip that will have you appreciating the contrast of the bustling city. Zion National Park is located 160 miles northeast in Springdale, Utah. This iconic destination is an outdoorsman’s paradise; choose to slip on your favorite pair of hiking boots and traverse one of the many trails throughout the park, with options for explorers of all levels. Two of the park’s most well-known features, the Narrows and Angel’s Landing, are perfect for photos and will have you feeling a sense of accomplishment as you complete their respective routes. Carry this winning feeling back with you to fabulous Las Vegas, where your new sense of victory will hopefully reveal itself on the blackjack table as well.

    Viva Las Vegas

    With a never-ending list of sights to see and things to do in Las Vegas, you suppose Chuck Palahniuk was right in comparing it to heaven. That is, if your version of heaven consists of sumptuous buffets at every turn, legendary live performances, and expertly air-conditioned hotel lobbies. Not to mention an abundance of casino games and pools so beautiful and refreshing that you think the architecture gods themselves must have had a hand in their creation. Find cheap hotels in Las Vegas today on Travelocity; we not only offer a plethora of exquisite Las Vegas hotels, but you’ll be in close proximity to all the magic emanating off the Strip. And that’s not just luck having its say in things, it’s your travel destiny.

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