|Most expensive month:||August|
|Average price in Las Vegas:||$306/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$64/night|
|Most expensive day:||Thursday|
Travelodge by Wyndham Las Vegas Center Strip
3735 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV, United States
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Arizona Charlie's Boulder
4575 Boulder Highway, Las Vegas, NV, United States
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Luxor Hotel and Casino
3900 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV, United States
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Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
3555 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV, United States
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The Venetian Resort Las Vegas
3355 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV, United States
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3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV, United States
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Known for luxury casinos and endless entertainment, Las Vegas is a hive of activity at any time of day. Nicknamed the “Entertainment Capital of the World”, Las Vegas is renowned for fine dining, excellent shopping and live performances, where fun-filled nights in the city can lead in a thousand directions.
Las Vegas’ action is primarily centred on the Strip, where you’ll find larger-than-life casinos and all-night entertainment illuminating the Nevada Desert. You won’t need your passport to travel around the world in Las Vegas, as a single day can encompass a gondola ride at The Venetian, roller coaster ride around New York City at New York-New York Hotel & Casino or a city-wide view atop the Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas.
While most travellers visit Las Vegas for slot machines, game tables and high-stakes gambling, there are plenty of other attractions that provide rewards without the risk. Catch the fountain show at the Bellagio held multiple times each day, head off the Strip to the clubs along Fremont Street or watch one of the mesmerising Cirque du Soleil shows around town.
Looking for world-class cuisine? Las Vegas is home to an array of international fare. Enjoy 360-degree city views at the Top of the World restaurant at Stratosphere or choose from the famous rolling steak trolley at Gordon Ramsay Steak.
For a quirky look at the city’s forgotten treasures such as retired neon signs, head to the Neon Museum; gain insight into the world of organised crime at the Mob Museum; or find Jim Morrison’s mug shot in Hogs & Heifers Saloon.
For something different, take a scenic 20-minute drive to Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area for a day of hiking under 900-metre-high red rock formations. Less than an hour away, you can visit the Hoover Dam and see the largest man-made lake, Lake Mead.
Shuttle buses and taxis are the most common transport to the Strip from McCarran International Airport, while limousines let travellers arrive in style. Perfect for a hot Nevada day, the Las Vegas Monorail offers air-conditioned resort-to-resort travel. When you’re on the Strip, you need only follow your feet or hop in a taxi to the next casino, bar, attraction or thrilling show.
Our travellers prefer to stay in places like The Strip, Downtown, and Canyon Gate while in Las Vegas.
Bellagio (8.5/10 from 7,775 reviews), The Venetian Resort Las Vegas (8.9/10 from 8,419 reviews), and The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas (8.9/10 from 834 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Las Vegas.
Newer Ranch with Pool and Hot Tub near the Strip and Freemont street. is a popular hotel near Fremont Street that is highly recommended, with a score of 9.5 across 21 reviews.
For a good hotel near to Las Vegas Convention Center, consider Courtyard by Marriott Las Vegas Convention Center - it is rated 8.7/10 from 268 HotelsCombined reviews.
A good hotel near Fremont Street Experience is Hostel Cat, which has been rated 7.7/10 by 703 HotelsCombined user reviews.
The average price of a hotel in Las Vegas has been around $345 per night over the last 3 days. For a 5-star hotel in Las Vegas, the average price is around $765/night, depending on your dates. The average price of a 4-star hotel is $365/night.
Over the last 3 days, Las Vegas hotels have been found for as cheap as $33/night in searches by HotelsCombined users.
Over the last 3 days, the starting price of a hotel in Las Vegas tonight has been as low as $132 and the average price has been $482. If you’d prefer 4-star accommodation, expect to pay at least $227 for this evening.
The great thing about looking for accommodation in Las Vegas is that you will be spoilt for choice. The food culture in Vegas follows the same principle; you will find infusions of cuisines from all over the world. Most of the top restaurants, bars and clubs are located on the famous Vegas Strip. Hitting the town with friends is the name of the game in Las Vegas, so sharing-style venues are top picks. Jaleo is a Spanish-style restaurant with modern tapas dishes, in a light-hearted, rustic setting. Don't pass on the jugs of potent sangria. After dinner, hit The Golden Tiki; the beach-bar-and-rum trend continues night and day at this cocktail lounge, considered a cathedral of the kitschy cultural niche. One of our top picks for Las Vegas hotels on The Strip is Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, true to the glitz and glam expected on a visit to Vegas.
When thinking about things to do in Las Vegas for kids, you will find that your choices are endless. To find a family-oriented hotel in Las Vegas that puts you within close proximity to some of the top activities for kids, you should look no further than MGM Grand Las Vegas. Here, features for the kids include musical performances, comedy acts and circus-style displays. Watch the Fountains of Bellagio do their nightly dance and light show, or take a ride on the High Roller observation wheel. Step outside the hotel and you will see our favourite children's activity, The Discovery Children's Museum. Run wild through three floors of activities for children of all ages and abilities. It is truly a place of imagination and fun.
Take a break from the sensory adventure of being inside the sparkling, over-the-top interiors of the casinos on the Vegas Strip and walk along the Promenade, an outdoor pedestrian walkway that overflows with shopping opportunities, tattoo shops, live music, street food and high-flying fun on one of the world's biggest observation wheels. Catch a famous yellow cab taxi and head downtown to the Neon Museum – Neon Boneyard, where you can take a walk through Vegas's history, through its original artworks and irreplaceable, vintage neon signs. Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino is a highly recommended hotel downtown that will not distract you from the fantasy land of Las Vegas.
Known as the ‘ultimate playground for adults’, the city is colourful and vibrant, making it a great destination for travellers looking for the high life. The dizzying world of endless casinos is the main attraction for visitors to this man-made, neon paradise. All major casino tournaments are held for the high rollers at various casinos around the city, but no matter what level of player you are, you can take a seat and try your hand with lady luck. Some popular casinos are found on the famous Vegas Strip and are mostly attached to the lobbies of the luxury hotels, such as Bellagio Hotel & Casino and Caesars Palace.