10 Amazing and Affordable Accommodation Spots in Las Vegas
10 Most amazing accommodation spots in Las Vegas with budget prices, from big casino resorts to classy boutique hotels overlooking the skyline of Sin City.
Vegas is one of the best known American getaways. This city offers everything from huge casinos and world class performances and outdoor activities in the rocky wilderness of Nevada. Sin City used to be reserved for rich people and honeymooners, but now, with so many affordable lodging options, anyone can visit Las Vegas. Here are ten amazing bargain hotels to consider for your next stay in Las Vegas.
1. Rumor Hotel
There is nothing “budget” about this hotel accept the price. Rumor Hotel is a great place to get away from slot machines and noisy gamblers. Despite being located a few miles east from the Strip, it's different from any other Vegas hotel, built in minimalist style, with a small pool surrounded with cabanas and a very affordable bar. The party at Rumor starts in the afternoon, with lazy and jazzy sounds from the DJ booth, all without the usual fuss this city is known for. Hotel suits are painted in white and various shades of violet and indigo. And since Rumor is a place for deep chill, each suite comes with its own hot tub. Although it is not located on the Strip, the surrounding area has some great bars and party places, like Addiction Restaurant or Hard Rock Resort with lots of pool parties, rock gigs and a rock-star spa.
Address: 455 East Harmon Avenue
Telephone: +1 702 369 5400
Prices: doubles from $74, including resort fee
2. Stratosphere Hotel
This hotel is located next to the huge Stratosphere Tower and it is known to be overcrowded with families and kids. Luckily since last year, the hotel offers some great renovated suits that go under the name “Stratosphere Select.” These suites come with flat screen TVs and MP3 player clocks, and they are now some of the best budget hotel suites in the whole city. Hotel guests get free pass for the tower and if the area around Stratosphere is not your thing, bus and monorail stations next to the hotel take hotel guests directly to the Strip. This hotel is known as one of the least expensive lodging options in and around Sin City.
Address: 2000 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Telephone: +1 702 380 7777
Prices: doubles from $40, including resort fee
3. Hotel 32
Not a lot of people have heard about this magic hotel located on top floors of Monte Carlo building, which is a good thing. During holidays, in any other hotel on the Strip, even grabbing a quick breakfast becomes mission impossible due to the long lines that stretch through the hotel lobbies. This doesn’t happen at Hotel 32. It has dedicated staff, “Suite Assistants” on every floor and semi-private elevators. For the price of a regular suite, guests get VIP passes to private lounges that serve free drinks, complimentary dry cleaning and shoe shines, hydrotherapy tubs, showers with chromo-therapy and music—even a 12-variety pillow menu. All this comes at a price several times less than similar boutique hotels in the Monte Carlo building. Although Hotel 32 is more a luxurious than a budget hotel, it belongs on this list thanks to the great value it offers its guests.
Address: 3770 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
4. Orleans Hotel
Orleans Hotel is of the nicest looking budget hotels you can find in Vegas, a tribute to the French Quarter of the most famous city in Louisiana. It is a small venue with a very friendly atmosphere and spacious, clean rooms. Prices here are much lower than at similar tribute hotels located on the Strip, and unlike most casino hotels in the area, the rooms in the Orleans Hotel come with small refrigerators and in-room coffee makers available for rent. Hotel also provides free shuttle transport to the Strip. If you bring your kids, they will definitely enjoy the 24/7 bowling alley and multiplex cinema. There are great coffee shops in the area like Seattle’s Best Coffee which offers wide variety of coffee mixes and free Wi-Fi.
Address: 4500 West Tropicana Avenue
Telephone: +1 702 365 7111
Prices:doubles from $35, including resort fee
5. Golden Gate Hotel
The light show displayed on the entrance of Golden Gate attracts tourists to one of the most famous hotels in the city. Don’t let the lights fool you, this not a regular high-priced casino hotel, it's a classy vintage lounge with very modest prices. Golden Gate has been in business for more than one century and was founded just one year after the city of Las Vegas. During this time hotel staff established high quality service as its standard, and the recently remodeled rooms come with plenty of luxury that includes: pillow-top mattresses, flat screen TVs, club chairs and dark-leather headboards. The hotel also has a San Francisco-styled casino with old-fashioned one-armed slot machines located near the reception desk.
Golden Gate Hotel
Address: 1 Fremont Street
Telephone: +1 702 385 1906
Price: doubles from $31, no resort fee
6. Tropicana Hotel
If you prefer fancy locations on the strip, it is good to know that Tropicana Hotel is bounding back to its former glory. The hotel went through major renovation, and now it is looking better than ever. Tropicana is next to MGM Grand, on one of the busiest parts of the Strip. Recent renovation revived its casino and open-door pool, and turned rooms into tropical looking suites you can find in some of the best resorts on Florida. Room updates include: new comfortable beds, LCD screens, lots of artificial greenery and plantation shutters. Tropicana also offers lots of discounts, for which you need to follow their Facebook page and Twitter account.
Address: 3801 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Telephone: +1 702 739 2222
Prices: doubles from $79, including resort fee
7. Monte Carlo Hotel
This huge building hosts one of the most legendary Las Vegas hotels. It is located on the Strip, just a short walk from all the main city attractions. The hotel looks like a real Cosmopolitan resort, and inside the building there is a famous City Center Casino and huge shopping, entertainment and dining complex. Monte Carlo has been on of the best Strip bargains for years and now when its rooms are updated with some of latest tech, including: flat screen TVs, Wi Fi and iPod docking stations, hotel became even more popular. On upper floors of Monte Carlo complex there are also several smaller and more luxurious boutique hotels and in the hotel complex there is a huge outdoor pool with a sandy beach-volley courts, “lazy river” ride and smaller pool with waves, that’s great for children.
Monte Carlo Hotel
Address: 3770 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Telephone: +1 702 730 7000,
Price: doubles from $56, including resort fee
8. Bill’s Gambling Hall and Saloon
This is the place for the restless, located at the center of the strip with one of the most vibrant casinos in the city. Whole complex is made with very obvious Western influences, and it has Victorian scones in the hallway and interesting room design that includes faux-stained glass in the bathrooms and striped wallpaper brightening. Main benefit of staying in Bill’s Gambling Hall and Saloon is its location, just across the street from the Caesars Palace. There’s also a Flamingo resort nearby with big open-door pool and Bellagio, another huge resort with big casino. Lot of theme parties are held in the Saloon, and one of the most popular acts is a great Elvis impersonator that preforms every weekday afternoon.
Bill’s Gambling Hall and Saloon
Address:3595 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Telephone: +1 702 737 2100
Price: doubles from $45, no resort fee
9. Rio Hotel
Although Rio is not on the strip it offers great casino and hotel deals, plus the shuttle bus directly to the party zone and Paris and Caesar’s Palace. This hotel is very affordable and offers great value for money with spacious suites, painted in vibrant combination of mint, yellow and aqua. Rooms and suites have all the comfort that you can find in much more upscale casino hotels that include: comfortable beds, Wi Fi and flat screen TVs. There are several great dining and drinking venues in the neighborhood, including Voodoo Lounge, on the top floor over-looking the city. Palm Resort, one of the trendiest in Vegas is also very close, with a great casino and several bars and famous Playboy Club.
Address: 3700 West Flamingo Road
Telephone: +1 702 252 7777
Prices: doubles from $40, no resort fee
10. Plaza Hotel
Plaza is a well-known Vegas hotel that offers bargain rates. It is located across the street from the Freemont Street Experience and is known for having big and very vibrant casino inside. Hotel was renovated recently, and now it is one step from the full 5 star luxury. Room designs are completely new and very innovative with: cream and chocolate wall paint and marble bathrooms. On the top floor there is an Oscar’s Steakhouse that is covered with huge glass dome and it is the place where you can catch some great views of Las Vegas skyline. In the Swinger’s Club lounge there’s a mini-golf court and there are plenty of different casinos, clubs and bars in the neighboring area. If you want to go directly to the party-zone, Plaza staff can book you a fast bus or a taxi ride directly to he Strip. Plaza’s staff and management are very kind and professional, and although it is known as one of the hotels that is nurturing the old Vegas kitsch style, combination of luxury and affordable rates makes it to be one of most popular hotel venues in the Sin City.
Address:1 Main Street
Telephone: +1 702 386 2110
Prices: doubles from $35, no resort fee
Although Las Vegas doesn’t sound like a budget destination, there are plenty of affordable options to book in this city. In most of the hotels on this list you will get all the luxury Vegas hotels are known for, and because of their affordable rates you will have plenty of money to party and gamble all night long. Viva Las Vegas!
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