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Riviera Hotel And Casino - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$46
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Riviera Hotel And Casino

2901 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas 89109 - Map
 
 
"Sad to see you go. "
Great hotel for her age. Only thing her internet need to be stronger.
A Traveller
Located on the north end of the Las Vegas Strip only 5 miles from McCarran Airport and and just 3 blocks from the Convention …More
Palace Station Hotel and Casino - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$21
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Palace Station Hotel and Casino

2411 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas 89102 - Map
 
 
"Nice Place"
The hotel itself is old and has apparently been renovated from time to time. My bathroom was nice. It had really nice tile work. The furniture in the bedroom was old but the room was tidy and the house cleaning team is very good. I think it's a very good deal for the price. It's not a luxury hotel but its decent and a good buy for the buck. The restaurants there are quite nice too. The gaming facility is sort of dark but it all looks clean. It's just a lot of smoke so if you have breathing issues don't hang out in the gaming area.
Traveller from Washington. D.C.
Located a mile from the Strip's north end and 2 miles from downtown, Palace Station offers shuttle service to McCarran …More
Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$42
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Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

3700 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas 89103 - Map
 
 
"Great option off Strip"
The Rio has painted itself out to be both a family hotel (suites are handy when you're travelling 5 deep) as well as a Bachelorette's party destination (Male revue show on site, and bartenders ok w pouring liquor straight down the brides to be's throats). Interesting clientele comes with these two opposing dynamics. None the less the rooms are large, comfortable and the dining options, esp the seafood buffet, are Excellent!
Traveller from Brooklyn, NY
Every room is a suite at the Rio! The Rio hosts more than 2,500 suites, providing spectacular views of Las Vegas …More
Circus Circus Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$38
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Circus Circus Hotel & Casino

2880 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas 89109 - Map
 
 
I was ok the hotel smelled like cigarrete everywhere and compared to the other hotels in Vegas it smelled terrible.
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Iconic hotel located on the Las Vegas strip, Circus Circus is close to shopping, the Las Vegas Convention Center and downtown …More
TI - Treasure Island Hotel and Casino - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$98
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TI - Treasure Island Hotel and Casino

3300 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas 89109 - Map
 
 
"Okay for the price"
Made a quick family trip down to Las Vegas for spring break. Found good price on Expedia but they will charge you a 'resort fee' for use of the pool and wifi - whether you want it or not. But still a good price. Room was clean, bed was comfortable. Room had fridge and safe. Pool is okay, kinda small for how many people were there. There was a DJ playing hip-hop music kinda loud, so if you're not into that, you've been warned. There is no snack bar at the pool. There are bikini-clad waitresses bringing drinks to people but they seem to spend most of their time catering to the folks who paid for a cabana. The rest of us went thirsty... There was a hot tub but it was full of drunk college guys... And it's a long walk from the elevators. Not sure why they designed it that way. My biggest complaint - and it's the same for every hotel in Vegas - is that the whole place smells like an ashtray. Just walking from the garage to the elevators makes your eyes water. It would really be nice if casinos would put in some decent ventilation. And, there was cable TV with a decent selection of channels but the controls are bad - not sure what it was but you would push a button and it would take several seconds for the TV to respond. It wasn't the batteries, but it got annoying.
Traveller from Idaho
Treasure Island - TI Hotel & Casino is connected to the Fashion Show shopping mall by bridge as well as The Mirage by tram …More
Shalimar Hotel of Las Vegas - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Shalimar Hotel of Las Vegas

1401 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas 89104 - Map
 
 
Nice hotel.needs to improve appearance though.like the Marriott hotel.
A Traveller
Situated in Las Vegas, this hotel is close to Little White Wedding Chapel, Las Vegas Convention Center, and Las Vegas Premium …More
Luxor Hotel and Casino - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$61
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Luxor Hotel and Casino

3900 S. Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas 89119 - Map
 
 
"Nice "
Check in line was always long but staff friendly and helpful but toliet wasn't clean but they took care if it
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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
Stratosphere Hotel - Casino & Resort Hotel - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$40
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Stratosphere Hotel - Casino & Resort Hotel

2000 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas 89104 - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel"
Wonderful price for an excellent room!We got checked in promptly and the free trip to the top of the tower at night is absolutely stunning! Staff are very friendly and pool is actually very nice. Definitely wanna stay here again !
Traveller from LA
The Stratosphere Tower observation deck features 360-degree views of Las Vegas to the Strip. The gateway between vintage …More
Excalibur Hotel Casino - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$49
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Excalibur Hotel Casino

3850 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas 89109 - Map
 
 
"Close to airport"
This is a typical 3 star hotel that is close to the airport. It is clean and comfortable, we were on one of the lower floors in tower 1 and the view was awful. We had a bus pass and was able to use that to get back to airport on last day and saved on taxi (~$20) by crossing the pedestrian bridge to tropicana.
A Traveller
Located at the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip and close to McCarran Airport, this castle-shaped hotel features royal …More
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$58
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Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

4455 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas 89169 - Map
 
 
"Close to the airport and the strip.about 2 miles. "
Stayed with my kids 13-15-17 we had a good time.nice,clean hotel.pink taco is awesome.like the restraunts alot of CooL stuff on the walls to look at.wish they would do away with the resort fees and the ridiculous over priced snacks.if you touch them you buy them.it's computerized.
Traveller from oregon
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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    Known as the Entertainment Capital of the World, Las Vegas, Nevada, shines brightly both metaphorically and physically. From outer space, Las Vegas is the brightest city in the world, but back down on earth, it is home to some of the top star performers from Celine Dion and Criss Angel to the Cirque du Soleil and The Blue Man Group. Just like bugs attracted to the light, travelers from around the world flock to Sin City to reserve the best deals on hotels in Las Vegas for an unforgettable vacation. Book your flight to Las Vegas today to kick start your adventures on The Strip.

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    Hotels

    When it comes to Las Vegas hotels, the selection is vast. You’ll find all sorts of accommodations here, including resorts located on The Strip and Freemont Street. There is also a variety of lodging available in nearby areas, such as North Las Vegas, Henderson, and South of The Strip, when you want a break from the nightlife. Whether you’re looking for hotels with casinos and on-site shows or hotels with pool access and lounges, there’s a place for you.

    Transportation

    Because Las Vegas has packed so many hotels and attractions along The Strip, visitors can experience many of the sites on their own two feet. While a walking tour may seem appealing, remember to stick to the crosswalks and sidewalks to avoid receiving a jaywalking ticket and holding up traffic.

    Contrary to popular belief, the resorts and casinos are spread out, due to their sheer size, so a rental car can come in handy. Vacationers who want to expand their horizons beyond walking distance may want to book affordable car rentals in advance. Many of the luxury hotels feature free parking or validations, so finding a parking spot is hassle-free.

    There are also numerous taxi services and buses, such as The Deuce and Citizen Area Transit (CAT), which will gladly transport visitors around town. Flag one down at a hotel because hailing one straight from the street is actually illegal in Las Vegas.

    Travel Basics

    A town with the nickname “Sin City,” doesn’t receive such a reputation by turning its lights out after 9 p.m., which means the partying in Las Vegas usually continues into the early hours of morning. So if you plan on receiving a good night’s sleep while vacationing here, we suggest packing a pair of ear plugs to cancel out the noise - especially if you book one of the Vegas hotels in the middle of all the action.

    As for venturing outside to the other attractions on The Strip, it’s best to create an itinerary. Though the stretch is only a little over four miles, you won’t want to back track or loop around all afternoon especially during the scorching summer months. Map out your route, pack your walking shoes, and remember to only cross at the designated cross walks.

    Weather

    Although palm trees and water fountains may characterize Las Vegas, don’t be fooled; this tropical paradise is in the middle of the desert. And desert means scorching temperatures in the summer and chilly winter evenings. From June through August, Vegas usually sees temperatures soar between the 90 and 100 F, which can make walking around under the hot sun a sweaty, muggy experience. If you do plan to visit during these summer months, pack a hat, sunscreen, and plenty of water to stay hydrated. Alternatively, in December through February, Vegas can experience temperatures that drop to the 30s F, so pack a jacket and brace for the wind.

    The best time to visit Sin City is during the spring and fall. During these seasons, the temperatures are mild and comfortable. Both of these times are sometimes considered low season, as the crowds tend to pick up during the summer months and holidays.

    Regardless of what time of year you visit the brightest place on earth, the hot entertainment is sure to warm you up while the pool parties will keep you cool. Book your Las Vegas vacation package right here with Expedia.com to kick start your Sin City getaway today.

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