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  1. When planning a trip to Las Vegas, there are lots of considerations to make about the hotel. Do you intend to stay in a resort on the strip? Downtown? Off the beaten path, to save lots of money? What sort of attractions are important to you? It's convenient in which to stay a resort with a large casino and nightlife on location, however you will definitely pay reasonably limited for that luxury. You will find literally countless hotels and motels to chose from in the Las Vegas area, so keep reading to find one that fits your vacation needs without breaking your budget.

  2. If you're looking for a convenient location with all the extras - a large casino, shows onsite, buffets and fine dining - and you've a medium to large budget, staying on the Strip is a good idea. Many iconic Las Vegas hotels are on the Strip, from the 5-star Bellagio to the 2-star Sahara.
    Luxury, convenience, and indulgence spring to mind when thinking about the Bellagio resort. The resort offers rooms ranging from a Deluxe Room, a tiny single room going, an average of, for $180 a night, to the Penthouse Suite, a one bedroom, two bathroom 1,536 square foot suite situated on the upper floors of the hotel available for $489 a night. Enjoy nightclubs, a nielsthomas1 and salon, Cirque du Soleil shows, and fine dining all on location.
    Buying a family-friendly Strip resort on a budget? Excalibur is the choice for you personally! With rates regularly falling below $45 a night, plus occasional deals ranging from $30-$40 a night, a stay at Excalibur affords you royal treatment on a peasant's wages. The resort features a casino, shows including their famous dinner show Tournament of Kings, six restaurants including the "all you can feast" Roundtable Buffet, shopping, golf, pools, a nielsthomas1, and a Spongebob Squarepants ride for the kids.

  3. Want to stay at a budget hotel/motel off the beaten path? The Days Inn Las Vegas at Wild West Gambling Hall, located west of the Strip, is close enough of the Strip for quick access while being from the hustle and bustle. With nightly rates of $29 and discounts for longer stays, the Days Inn will certainly fit even tight budgets. If you don't want to really make the 1-mile trek to the Strip, the Days Inn has a unique casino, an onsite Denny's restaurant and a 24-hour bar and lounge.
    Should you intend to stay in downtown Las Vegas on the cheap, El Cortez Hotel and Casino provides a place to stay with onsite casino and a steakhouse. Directly accessible from the hotel could be the Fremont Street Experience, a pedestrian mall with regular light shows running from 8:30pm - midnight. Room range from $30-$50 a night, with extra specials also available.