In most cities, a hotel is just a place to stay while you see
the sights. But in Las Vegas, the hotels ARE the sites. Choosing
a hotel is one of the most important decisions you’ll make when
planning your trip.
Over 41 million people visited Las Vegas in 2014, and 5
million of them were attending a convention. Vegas is, in fact,
a big convention destination—they hosted over 22,000 conventions
in 2014 alone. When a major convention is in town, you can
expect hotel rates to go up.
The Vegas hotel industry is one of the best run in the
country. The average occupancy rate of a hotel in the United
States is only 64.4%. But in Las Vegas, they average 89.1%. And
they still manage to offer room rates well below most major
On this page we’ve offered some tips for choosing the right
hotel. We’ve recommended some properties in categories based on
price range too, and also the best places to stay if gambling is
not your thing. If you want to skip straight to our
recommendations, please just click on one of the following
The biggest factors involved in choosing your Las Vegas hotel
are budget and location. In fact, when working at Hotels.com,
those were the two questions we asked to narrow down what to
offer our customers.
Those aren’t the only factors, though—especially not in
Vegas. Here are some questions to answer, that will help you to
narrow down your choices.
What kind of gambling (if any) are you planning to do?
What type of budget do you have?
What are you going to do and see?
If you don’t gamble, what are you going to Vegas for anyway?
We understand some people aren’t interested in the gambling.
If that’s the case, you might want to focus on hotels which
don’t have casinos. They’re rare, but they’re there. Scroll to
the last section of this page for some recommendations.
On the other hand, if you like gambling, what kind of games
do you like to play? Some hotel casinos offer better games of a
certain type than others.
Good for Blackjack
If you’re looking for the best budget blackjack casino with
the lowest house edge, El Cortez is where you want to play.
You’ll either want to stay there or somewhere near there. You
can play in single deck games there with a $5 per hand minimum.
The house edge, if you play with perfect basic strategy, is only
0.19% there. They’ll be happy to take bigger action, too. They
have tables with a $1,000 per hand maximums.
On the other hand, if you’re a casino whale and a huge high
roller, $1,000 per hand might be too little for you. If that’s
the case, think about the Palazzo, which offers games with a
$20,000 per hand limit. Other options include Aria and the
Bellagio, both of which offer tables with a $10,000 per hand
limit. The house edge at both properties is only 0.29%.
Good for Craps
If you’re a craps player, think about the Stratosphere. They
allow you to place an odds bet of 10X your pass or don’t pass
bet. Main Street Station is also an option to consider—they
allow 20X odds. The best craps casino in town, though, is the
Casino Royale, which offers 100X odds. With those kinds of
limits, you’re playing as close to an even money game as you’ll
Good for Roulette
Roulette players should find casinos which offer European
roulette, which is distinct from single zero roulette. Not only
does the game offer a wheel with only one zero, it also offers
half losses on all even money bets. The house edge for a
standard roulette wheel is 5.26%. On a single zero roulette
game, it’s 2.7%. The house edge on the even money bets on a
European wheel is only 1.35%.
Casinos offering European roulette include Aria, Bellagio,
Mirage, and Wynn. If you want to play the European roulette
games, be prepared to play for a minimum of $100 per spin. These
games are found only in the high limit rooms. If you’re a budget
roulette player, you’ll be stuck with the standard American
games, but you can find those at any casino in the city.
Good for Sports Betting
If you’re a sports bettor, you might be more interested in
which casinos have books with relatively high comp rebates. The
Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino offers the best rebates in
town on sports bets: 0.45%. Other properties offer nothing,
0.2%, or 0.25%.
Good for Video Poker
Video poker players are looking for the best odds, too.
Depending on their preferred game and stakes, they have a wide
range of hotels and casinos to choose from. A surprisingly large
number of casinos offer full pay Deuce Wild, which has a 100.76%
payback percentage if you play perfectly. But one hotel has the
best odds in town for video poker players – El Cortez.
They offer a “Downtown Deuces Wild” game which has a 100.92%
payback percentage when played correctly. Other properties
offering full pay Deuces Wild games include Aliante, Boulder
Station, Fiesta Henderson, Fiesta Rancho, Palace Station, Santa
Fe Station, and Texas Station.
Full pay Jacks or Better is also available at many casinos.
That game has a payback percentage of 99.54%. Some gamblers
prefer it in spite of the lower edge. Some of the better hotels
and casinos where you can find full pay (or “9/6”) Jacks or
Better include Bally’s, Bellagio, Caesars, Cosmopolitan,
Excalibur, Four Queens, Gold Coast, Golden Nugget, Luxor, MGM
Grand, Mirage, and Monte Carlo.
Of course, you’re going to have a budget for your entire
trip. How much you want to spend makes a big difference in terms
of accommodation. But even the lowest rollers can usually stay
somewhere much nicer for their dollar in Vegas than they can
Most travel agents and hotel booking services use 3 broad
categories for budgets and amenities.
First Class (or Mid-Range)
Budget or Economy
These are often represented by star ratings. Luxury hotels
are in the 4 and 5 star category, while first class hotels are
in the 2.5 to 3.5 stars range. Anything 2 stars or less is
usually considered a budget property.
Don’t stress out about how nice the property is, especially
if it’s your first visit. Besides the lowest budget properties
in town, most casinos and hotels in Sin City offer clean,
comfortable rooms with all the standard amenities you’d expect.
Luxury properties have nicer restaurants and additional
amenities (like on-site spas) that might not be available at a
more moderately priced first class or mid-range property. First
class properties almost always have a restaurant on site,
although it might not be considered gourmet. Budget
accommodations usually focus more on providing you with a clean
room and a roof over your head.
Prices are all over the place in Las Vegas. They’re
especially dependent on when you’re visiting. Mid week hotel
rates are generally 30% to 50% lower than Friday/Saturday night
stays. But casinos who are forecasting low occupancy rates lower
their rates even more. At the same time, hotels that are close
to reaching maximum occupancy raise their rates accordingly.
The raising and lowering of hotel rates based on occupancy
levels is known as “revenue management”. The goal of each
hotel’s revenue management department is to maximize the amount
of dollar revenue generated from room stays. They do that by
carefully monitoring supply and demand and pricing their rooms
The average nightly rate for a hotel room in Las Vegas is
$117. If you’re budgeting for a trip, you might start with that
amount and proceed from there. Budget travelers can easily find
accommodations for 25% of that, though. Luxury travelers can
find plenty of beautiful properties for $200 a night, but they
can spend almost as much as they want if they want to really go
We already covered some of the best hotels based on gambling
activities. But most people aren’t just there for gambling. Some
like fine dining, others enjoy spa treatments, and we’ve met
folks who go to at least 2 shows a day. Some travelers are there
for a convention.
In any of those cases, choose a property convenient to those
activities. Conventions are usually the easiest. They’ll have a
list of hotels to choose from. Otherwise, take a look at the
amenities available at the recommended properties below.
Best Luxury Hotels
Luxury hotels are the ones on the booking sites with 4 or 5
stars. They offer top notch service, accommodations, and dining.
No one should have to wait in line to check in at a true luxury
hotel. You should also be able to check out quickly and easily.
The décor in such a property should be attractive and
consistent throughout. All furniture should be of excellent
quality. Rooms should be odor free. Even the artwork is supposed
to be better than average. That might mean original art, but it
can include numbered prints or photographs.
All luxury hotels should offer excellent restaurants and
bars. Room service is a necessity—no hotel lacking room service
can call itself a “luxury” property. Other amenities often
include fitness centers, swimming pools, laundry service, and a
AAA has awarded Encore their Five Diamond Award every year
since it opened in 2008. As far as luxury hotels in Vegas goes,
it’s still relatively new, so everything still looks and smells
fresh. The property has over 2000 rooms and over 74,000 square
feet of space on the casino floor.
You should stay at Encore if you love Garth Brooks, as he has
a permanent show there. The Sinatra themed steakhouse, named
(appropriately enough) Sinatra, is unforgettable. The property
also has 3 pools at Encore Beach Club, a 50,000 square foot
slice of heaven on earth.
Key Information: Address: 3121 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109Phone: (702) 770-7000 Website: http://www.wynnlasvegas.com/
Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas is one of only six hotels in the
United States to have three Forbes Five Star Awards. It is, in
fact, considered one of the best hotels not just in Las Vegas,
but in the world. If you’re a fan of design, the Asian style
theme will amaze you.
The property is also famous for its Fine Art Collection. The
shopping and entertainment center at the hotel is also famous,
with over 500,000 square feet of attractions. The spa has 17
treatment rooms with views of the Las Vegas Strip.
The Mandarin Bar is one of the most upscale in the city, with
breathtaking views. Twise by Pierre Gagnaire is one of the
finest French restaurants in town. The MOZen Bistro features
multiple regional dishes from Japan, India, and Thailand. And
the Tea Lounge and Pool Café offer lighter fare and more casual
Travelers who enjoy a lot of space love Palazzo Resort Hotel
Casino. It’s an all-suite property—each suite starts at 720
square feet, which is almost twice as large as the average hotel
room in Las Vegas. And that’s just their smallest room. You can
upgrade to a larger suite that will accommodate more people.
They offer a full range of amenities including a business
center, spa, multiple pools, room service, and wedding services.
In fact, this might be one of the best places in Vegas to get
married, especially if you’re fond of an Italian theme.
They also have both indoor and outdoor Gondola Rides. Madam
Tussauds is one of the most amazing wax figure museums anyone
has ever seen, too.
But the real attraction here is the food. The list of
celebrity chefs with restaurants on site is a who’s who of
famous chefs. They include Emeril Lagasse, Wolfgang Puck, Mario
Batali, Buddy Valastro, Daniel Boulud, and Thomas Keller.
Key Information: Address: 3325 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109Phone: (702) 607-7777 Website: http://www.palazzo.com/
The Bellagio is a modern Las Vegas staple. It’s hard to
imagine walking the Strip and not seeing the iconic Bellagio
Fountains. The Bellagio is so “Vegas,” its rear border is Frank
Sinatra Drive. This is no musty old Vegas tourist trap, either –
The Bellagio is a proper resort, operated by MGM Resorts.
A recent renovation to the tune of $70 million has helped the
resort get back to AAA Five Diamond status, an honor its taken
home a total of fourteen times in the seventeen years of its
existence. The first hotel to earn the award more than ten times
in a row, the Bellagio is home to 3,950 guest rooms and 116,000
square feet of gaming space.
What’s available at the Bellagio? How about a legitimate fine
art gallery, from owner Steve Wynn’s private collection? You’ll
find a themed indoor and outdoor botanical garden and
conservatory on the property, the only of its kind in Vegas. The
garden changes seasonally, so that every time you visit there’s
something different. And, of course, the Fountains of Bellagio if you’ve never seen the
resort’s dancing waters display before – it’s an amazing sight
to see in person.
A stay at Bellagio means easy access to the sights of South
Las Vegas Boulevard, a lovely (and clean) room, multiple dining
options, and the amenities you’d expect from a major resort
Key Information: Address: 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109Phone: (888) 987-6667 Website: http://www.bellagio.com/
The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino
You won’t find as many five-diamond luxury hotels anywhere in
the US like you do in Las Vegas. The Venetian Resort Hotel
Casino is one of them, located right next to Harrah’s on the
east side of the Vegas Strip.
At one time, the Venetian Las Vegas was the largest hotel and
casino in the world, with more than 4,000 rooms, another 3,000
suites, and a 120,000 square foot casino. When the Venetian
Macau opened, it eclipsed the Vegas location. Clearly, Venetian
is all about size.
The inspiration for just about everything at The Venetian is
“Venice.” Aside from Venetian-inspired architecture and food,
the rest of the features are pure Vegas. From the miniature
Guggenheim museum on the ground to the famous Blue Man Group
acting as permanent artists-in-residence, the Venetian Las Vegas
puts you in the middle of classic Vegas.
Sheldon Adelson spent $1.5 billion opening this property in
the late 1990s, and near-constant renovation means it’s a
beautiful (if cavernous) collection of rooms aimed at families
and gamblers alike.
Key Information: Address: 3355 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109Phone: (702) 414-1000 Website: http://www.venetian.com/
Best Mid-Range Hotels
The following hotels are our top recommendations in the
Below are some details about each of these recommendations.
Treasure Island could be the prototype mid-range Vegas hotel.
On the one hand, it offers amenities like sixteen on-site
restaurants and bars, floor-to-ceiling windows, and modern
furnishings. On the other hand, the prices are significantly
lower than at the luxury spots mentioned above.
Treasure Island has gotten rid of some of the pirate-chic
décor and attitude that dominated on the property for years. The
property has made a shift up-scale, opening mid-range retail
shopping and dining that compliments its amazing location across
from the Wynn and adjacent to the Venetian and Encore.
You can upgrade for a few extra bucks to a Strip view, and
other high-end amenities and rooms are available with upgrades
or by paying cash. The attached Fashion Show Mall and tram to
the Mirage make the on-Strip location of Treasure Island even
more valuable. Treasure Island is known among Vegas guests for
its massive, inexpensive, and high-quality TI Buffet, and don’t
forget to check out Mystere, the longest-running Cirque du
Soleil show in the world.
Though the Westgate Las Vegas has been renamed a billion times
(formerly known as the Las Vegas Hilton), those of us who
remember the Vegas of yesterday probably still call this prime
Strip location the Hilton. The Westgate is famous among gamblers
for having the largest sportsbook in the city, and one of the
largest in the world. If you came to Vegas to bet on sports, you
have to check out the Westgate.
At one time, the Westgate was the largest hotel in the world. A
major part of the Vegas Strip skyline for decades, the Westgate is
now home to affordably-luxurious rooms and amenities. Basically,
if you expect to find it at a decent hotel chain, it’s available
at the Westgate, but usually kicked up a little. After all, this
The attached Las Vegas Country Club makes for nice views, if
you prefer not to have views of the Strip. The rooms are a bit
on the small side, an average of 400 square feet, but that’s the
sacrifice you make by spending a little less for a prime piece
of Las Vegas real estate.
Paris is a 300-room hotel styled after the classic
cobblestone pathways and boutique shops of Paris. The décor will
catch your eye, with wrought-iron lamps, replicas of the Arc de
Triomphe and Eiffel Tower. One of the best features about Paris
is its on-Strip location, nestled among several five-star luxury
Paris isn’t one of the “it” properties in Vegas, but it is a
high-quality and affordable spot with high-end amenities. Guest
rooms include marble features, full-size tubs and showers, a
free coffee maker, and a complimentary morning newspaper. As an
added bonus, you can check in at Paris from the airport, with
your room key in hand before you even get to your rental car.
The building’s Eiffel Tower Restaurant, located halfway up
the massive Tower replica, is among the most romantic dining
spots in the city. The hotel’s large rooftop pool sits in the
shadow of the Tower, with tennis courts and a concierge desk
Planet Hollywood is the new property built on the site of the
classic Aladdin Hotel, the spot where Elvis and Priscilla
Presley were married in 1967. Built for a cost of $1.4 billion,
Planet Hollywood is roundly acknowledged as one of the best
quality hotels in the city, for its combination of luxury and
As Planet Hollywood is the flagship property of Harrah’s
Entertainment, it has all the latest and greatest features to
hit Las Vegas. All 2,500 of the main hotels’ guest rooms have
been renovated in the past five years, and reviews frequently
cite the views from the guest room. The casino is just over
100,000 square feet in size, with an attached spa that’s at
least as popular as the casino.
With the addition of the PH Tower, the hotel grew by 1,100
units, and added cabanas and an indoor-outdoor pool complex.
Like all the mid-range hotels on this list, you should expect
smallish rooms with modern furnishings and amenities like marble
The Mirage ushered in the new era of Las Vegas. Opened in
1989, the Mirage was the first of a decade’s worth of new resort
and hotel properties, and was the first themed hotel to open in
the city. The Mirage is meant to be like a deserted tropical
island oasis in the middle of the Nevada desert. The famous
Mirage volcano erupts every quarter-hour, and the grounds are
protected by a pair of White Tigers in a little piece of the
rainforest. You can even buy a ticket to see rare exotic animals
kept on the grounds.
The Mirage has won its share of Four Diamonds, more than any
other mid-range hotel in the city. The hotel is such a popular
tourist stop that it can get pretty crowded on weekends. We’d
describe the rooms as just one step below luxury, with lots of
marble in the bathrooms and nice comfortable beds and chairs.
The hotel’s 13 restaurants and bars serve everything from
buffet food to authentic Japanese cuisine. The attached 95,000
sq. ft. casino offers a race and sports book. Pro-tip: buy a
hotel package through the Mirage’s website, rather than just
paying for the room. Not only will you save money, but you’ll
get access to lots of fun on and off the Strip.
Key Information: Address: 3400 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89109Phone: (702) 791-7111 Website: http://www.mirage.com/
Best Budget Hotels
The table below shows our recommendations for the best budget
hotels in Las Vegas.
Here are some further details on each of the above hotels.
Staring directly onto the new Fremont Street Experience, The
Plaza is one of the grand dames of downtown. But don’t think
this is some stuffy old motel – management have made some major
changes and renovations to improve guest rooms. The interior is
all brand-new, they’ve gone out of their way to advertise that
they now offer more comfortable bedding, and every guest room
and suite has marble counters and other fixtures.
Renovations aside, The Plaza is where you go for campy Las
Vegas fun. Okay, so it’s off the Strip, but Vegas is done-up
with taxis and buses. How can you pass up the chance to play
miniature golf in the Swingers Club lounge? We’d also recommend
eating a rare ribeye inside the big glass dome of Oscar’s
We could go on about the cool kitschy things at the Plaza.
Make sure you sign up for a Plaza rewards card – you get a free
slice of pizza, among other goodies. The casino at this hotel is
one of the last in Vegas to still host live bingo – and if
you’ve never played bingo in the city of sin, you just haven’t
lived. Maybe you’re a poker player without a fat wallet? You’re
in luck – the Plaza’s tournament buy-ins are the cheapest in
Some call it gaudy – others call it a fitting tribute to New
Orleans. No matter what you think, this off-strip casino-hotel
has no doubt caught your eye. It’s built to look like a city
block of the French Quarter of New Orleans plucked up and put
down on West Tropicana Ave.
Orleans is known for having a “family-friendly atmosphere.”
It’s true – for a Vegas property, the rooms are inexpensive and
a bit larger than you’d expect. You can rent a mini-fridge, a
useful tool for travelling with babies or children. The casino
will also hook you up with a free coffee maker to use during
your stay. Pro-tip: you can get free Wi-Fi inside the Seattle’s
Best Coffee shop located on the casino level.
What else makes Orleans a great family spot? The Orleans
operates a 24-hour bowling alley, with arcade games and other
kid-friendly indulgences available around the clock. A
four-screen cinema plays the top movies of the day, and for kids
under the age of 13, drop-off childcare, provided free of
The biggest downside for most people is the property’s
distance from the Strip – but don’t worry, the Orleans will
shuttle you there for free.
Key Information: Address: 4500 W Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89103Phone: (702) 365-7111 Website: http://www.orleanscasino.com/
The Stratosphere Tower is one of the major landmarks of Las
Vegas, the tallest observation tower in the United States. The
separate Stratosphere Hotel is no slouch, either, with more than
2,400 rooms and a casino totaling 80,000 square feet of gambling
space. The Stratosphere also has the distinction of being the
only Strip hotel that’s actually inside the city limits of Las
Stratosphere is a decidedly low rollers affair, popular with
families (especially those with young kids) and a stop for lots
of Vegas tour groups, thanks to the tower. But after a recent
renovation, and the opening of special Stratosphere Select rooms
and amenities, it’s an easy choice for “best budget Vegas
As an added bonus, you’ll get free admission to the tower for
your entire guest list, and you can take the bus (with a station
right at the property) or a monorail trip to the Strip or into
The Park MGM (formerly known as the Monte Carlo) is operated by the same group that runs the
Bellagio – think of the Park MGM as Bellagio Lite. The Park MGM offers a big casino, resort hotel complex, extensive
shopping and dining venues, and a Vegas-style entertainment
complex. It’s right on the Strip, and it is known as a
You can take your pick of several amenities to improve your
stay, for a fee, or you can cheap out and skip the flat-screen
TV, smartphone and tablet docking station, and Wi-Fi access. The
Park MGM’s giant “lazy river” and massive outdoor pools
(including a sand volleyball court) is famous even among locals
as a great place to see and be seen.
Looking for a more luxurious experience? The Park MGM opened a boutique hotel on the top floors. Called Hotel32, it
features 52 lofts, accessible only via private elevator. Each
loft comes with its own Suite Assistant, on-call for the
duration of your stay. Hotel32 even gives each guest an iPhone
so they can be in immediate contact with hotel staff and make
changes to their stay from anywhere. It’s a snazzy little oasis
of luxury inside an otherwise budget-conscious Strip casino.
Rio is an off-Strip Caesar’s property that’s made a name for
itself as a slightly-tacky but very affordable alternative to
inflated Strip hotel room rates. Rio keeps guests off the Strip
by offering a ton of free shuttles to all over the Strip and
Even if you’re not into the neon and pastel color schemes
(reminiscent of Miami Vice-era 80s television), you’ll
appreciate the size of Rio’s hotel suites, which are larger than
other more-expensive properties at 600+ square feet. Best of
all, if you want to escape the poorly-reviewed dining and
nightclub scenes at Rio, just take a quick walk over to the
Below is some additional information about each one of these
Alexis Park All Suite Resort
Alexis Park is the premier non-gaming property in Las Vegas.
Just two miles from the airport, Alexis Park is composed
entirely of suites – 495 of them to be exact. The property’s
winding pathways, outdoor pools, and lush vegetation put you
about as far from the Strip as you can get (when you’re
surrounded by the Strip).
Each “room” is like a duplex apartment – white stucco walls,
marble and glass furnishings, a wet bar, and high-speed Internet
access are standard in every room. You can upgrade or downgrade
your amenities to match a stay at Alexis Park to any price
If you want to stay in the hustle and bustle of the city but
aren’t interested in gaming, Alexis Park would be a stellar
choice. The rooms are among the best-reviewed in the city, the
property itself has been renovated as recently as 2014, and you
can hold meetings for up to 1,800 people in this largest of
non-casino meeting room and conference center complex.
Palms Place is another all-suite hotel, this time off the
Strip in a far more calm area of metro Vegas. Studio rooms are a
lot larger than what you’d find near the casinos, at 650 square
feet and up. Every suite is equipped with a full kitchen and two
giant TV screens.
Palms Place is a luxury-leaning hotel with affordable rates –
there’s not much about the property that would indicate that
it’s not a full luxury suite resort. With just 600 rooms, your
stay at Palms Place will never be too crowded.
Guests at Palms Place are more likely to be into the
full-service health spa, fitness center, and pool complex
available on-site than they are in casino gambling. But if
anyone in your party is interested in gambling, the Palms next
door has a massive casino floor typical of Las Vegas – so you
can get the best of both worlds.
Key Information: Address: 4381 West Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV 89103Phone: (702) 942-7777 Website: https://www.palms.com/
Wyndham Grand Desert Resort
If you’re looking for something more all-inclusive than a
suite, check out Wyndham Grand Desert Resort. All suites have
full kitchens, washer and dryer, pull-out sofas, and a spa in
the master bathroom. The Wyndham is a Mediterranean-style
resort, with a lagoon-style pool, two fitness centers, free
Internet access, and an activities center with daycare and
entertainment for kids.
If you change your mind about gaming, the Wyndham will
shuttle you all the way to the Strip and back for free, 24 hours
a day. Other amenities available are competitive with other
luxury Vegas properties – concierge service, valet parking,
on-site restaurants and bars, and complimentary daily
Fortune is an example of a quiet and inexpensive Vegas hotel
that doesn’t have a casino on-site but is located to cater to
gamblers on a budget. By staying away from the casinos, you can
save a ton of money and sleep in a quiet environment, without
the families and bachelor parties common at Vegas casino
Fortune is just two blocks from the Strip, three miles from
the airport, and a much cheaper stay than any of the rooms at
the nearby casinos. But you get what you pay for – in this case
that means very little in the way of amenities. For example, the
on-site fitness room is made up of two exercise machines and a
hot tub. The pool is more like what you’d find at a Best Western
in Chicago than at a property this close to the strip.
The Fortune works because lots of Vegas visitors want to stay
in an inexpensive, quiet, low-feature room and spend the day
exploring the city and gambling to their heart’s content. For
those guests, an upgraded suite at the Fortune (which costs
about as much as a low-end room in a Strip casino resort) is way
better than struggling to afford a venue with amenities they
Adjacent to the Vegas Convention Center, halfway between the
Center and the Strip, is the Royal. The Royal is a
contemporary-styled group of “suites” (between 450 and 1,250
square feet) with no attached casino. Guests are within a short
drive of several flagship casino properties – the goal here is
to give people an inexpensive place to stay, rather than a
luxurious Las Vegas vacation spot.
An outdoor pool, fitness center, and on-site restaurant make
the Royal a convenient home base for exploring downtown, the
Strip, and the rest of the metro Vegas area. Like other big
Vegas hotels, the Royal has a concierge staff, a meeting room,
and a business complex.
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