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Benny Wyatt

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Cheap but nice hotel in Vegas?

I'm going to Vegas for the very first time with my mates but we're all on a budget! What is a good hotel to stay at that is not too expensive but still in a good location?

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  • Tim Read

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    What's your rough budget? If you group up into rooms, that can help reduce prices and certainly was how my friends and I managed to stay at decent places when we were younger. Without a clear sense of how much you can part with it can be difficult to make a clear-cut recommendation.

    For example, Monte Carlo Resort and Casino can be relatively inexpensive, and I've stayed in a large penthouse there for about $250/night before additional discounts, which is really cheap given how big the room was for the money (king size bed; fold out sofa; plenty of space in chairs and on the floor as well).

    Down a notch, you could look at something like New York New York Hotel & Casino which isn't stellar but is decent enough, and really easily located to get into MGM, Monte Carlo, etc -- bear in mind many properties are covered by some sort of tram service so if you can get to one of the key properties, you can cover a lot of ground. I've stayed there for $79/night.

    Mid-strip standbys like Flamingo Las Vegas, Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino can be inexpensive and relatively easy access to other places. The Quad Resort & Casino may also have some deals as it's always seemed like a ghost town since the remodel. Not a fun place to stay, but the beauty of Vegas is that you really don't have to play at the same place you stay.

    If those are too rich, Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino or Palms Casino Resort may fit your budget, though you'll need to plan for a cab ride to the strip (~$10 depending on traffic and if your cab driver takes a reasonable route).

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      We were thinking about spending about $100 USD or less each per evening, so it sounds like these would fit in our budget. So many choices. Thank you!! · (0 likelikes)

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  • Brian Combs

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    I've stayed at the Tropicana Las Vegas - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel a couple of times recently. It's nothing special, but clean and located across from the MGM and its monorail station.

    Also, it's operated buy Hilton, so you can wrack up Hilton Honors points for staying there.

    Make sure you request one of the towers closer to the front of the resort, or you could have a pretty good hike to get to the front.

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      Thank you Brian! · (0 likelikes)

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    Look into the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino -- location is great and is usually reasonable priced. Also there is a CVS next door where you can buy beer cheap ;)

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    Without knowing your exact budget, I recommend either the Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino or Flamingo Las Vegas. Both are right on the strip and in walking distance to the prime hotels!

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    Hands down Polo Towers Suites it's located at the heart of the strip and it is inexpensive!. It doesn't have a Casino, but it has spacious bedrooms and comfortable living spaces for your relaxation and enjoyment. The two-bedroom villas and suites can sleep up to six people and offer king beds in the master bedrooms, and a Murphy-style queen bed in the efficiency unit. The kitchen and dining areas feature utensils and a microwave oven, along with panoramic views of Las Vegas from a private balcony. Additional amenities include a remote control television, and a living area with a DVD/VCR combo.

    This can cost you from $75/night. If there is not room there, try Cancun Resort Las Vegas or Desert Paradise Resort. Both are located outside the strip, but not far at all. Why spend all your money in a resort, when you can us it in other stuff!

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      Wow, I will definitely look into the Polo Towers Suites. Thank you! · (0 likelikes)

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