5 Cheap Hotels in Las Vegas on the Strip

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5 Cheap Hotels in Las Vegas on the Strip

Enjoying the Entertainment Capital of the World on a Budget

The city built to entertain and accommodate tourists to have a fun time and luxurious life. Unfortunately, quality entertainment and accommodations usually come with a hefty price tag… or do they? Las Vegas is a travel destination that requires the tourist to come prepared with deep pockets, but the cheap hotels on Las Vegas Strip and the bountiful quality freebies say otherwise. This article will tell you which days, months, hotels, apartments, suites can help you cut your travelling fees or help you spend your hard-earned money correctly.

I. Cheap and Free Places to go in Las Vegas

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Of course, what pairs best with cheap accommodations if not free entertainment and attractions! These are plenty of attractions and performances that will not leave you bankrupt when visiting them and also allows you to cruise through Las Vegas on a budget:

The Aquarium at the Silverton Hotel

Located at 3333 Blue Diamond Road in the Silverton Casino Lodge, it is a 117,000-gallon of water containing thousands of tropical fish, three species of stingrays, another three species of sharks, and live mermaids to entertain the guests!

Bellagio Conservatory

A spacious atrium of plants and flowers of all seasons to awe at.

Circus Acts at Circus Circus

Jugglers, unicyclists, trapeze artists and acrobats perform death-defying stunts and exciting acts every half-hour at the World’s Largest Permanent Circus.

Ethel M. Chocolate Factory Tour

For all you people with a sweet tooth, you need to visit this factory as it shows you how chocolate is made and allows you to create your own box of chocolate.

Fall of Atlantis at Caesars

This free, animatronic show is set in Ancient Rome which shows the destruction of Atlantis through special effects. Modern technology truly knows how to keep us entertained and astonished.

Fountains of Bellagio

Every evening, a water and music show plays again and again in the spectacular fountains filling the quarter mile-long lake in front of the Bellagio.

Fremont Street Experience

This street is packed with a $70 million light canopy for light shows, free live music with a 540,000-watt sound system, a zipline to experience, a 12-story slot machine, a neon museum filled with vintage neon signs, a photoshoot area with a million dollars, the world’s largest keno board, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, a Berlin Wall inside the men’s restroom, a 300,000 gallon shark tank costing $30 million, and rows of renowned restaurants at the Fremont East Entertainment District all at Downtown Las Vegas.

Hershey’s Chocolate World

Claimed to be the sweetest store on The Strip, you can learn all about Hershey’s Chocolate more than the average Joe. Before you know it, you will be a Hershey’s Chocolate super nerd. The store has Hershey’s products, gifts, and treats making that is open from 9am to 12am at the New York Hotel and Casino.

M&M’s World

If you felt that knowing all about Hershey’s was not enough, your second stop can very well be by M&M’s World. Although it is not a museum, this shop has plenty of picture worthy attractions to make it a museum and shop in one. You can also see the M&M’s gang in different sizes and merchandise.

Majorie Barrick Museum

Showcases contemporary and pre-Columbian art.

Palazzo Waterfall Atrium

A two-story tall atrium with a waterfall and seasonal floral display.

The Park

Outdoor park with dining, entertainment and nightlife scattered with one-of-a-kind art pieces and structures.

Swarovki Starburst

At midnight, the crystal-bedazzled starburst drops 55 feet from its perch above the Grand Bazaar Shops in a light and sound display. Thanks to this attraction, every night is New Year’s Eve.

Volcano at the Mirage

Every hour after dusk, the Mirage volcano explodes with fireballs and explosions that you can feel heat from the effects.

Wildlife Habitat at the Flamingo

Visitors can see the creatures who inspired the casino at the hotel’s very own wildlife habitat.

Downtown Container Park

This retail, dining, artistic, and hangout space is made of storage containers. Resourceful art, as I like to call it.

Welcome to Las Vegas Sign

Who doesn’t want the world of social media to know that you are Las Vegas? There is no better indication and proof of you being in Vegas other than posing in front of the ‘Welcome to Las Vegas’ Sign. The small parking lot for the sign is usually full, but it clears up quickly anyway. There is also a queue to get a picture in front of the sign! That’s how you know that Las Vegas is the real deal when it comes to accommodating tourists and their touristy needs.

II. Best Time to Travel to Las Vegas on a Budget

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The best review websites and renowned news websites have chipped in on what they claim are the best days and months to go to Las Vegas based on the cost rates. HolidayNomad.com has also done something similar, with a recent post that covers the best time to travel to Las Vegas.

Days of the Week: Tuesdays to Thursdays

Las Vegas hotel rooms and entertainment on Tuesdays to Thursdays have significantly lower costs generally because Las Vegas is more of a weekend getaway.

Months of the Year: January, August and October

These months have the cheapest prices for flight tickets going to Sin City.

January is the cheapest month to fly to Vegas because flights usually are 15 percent cheaper since it is the coldest month in Las Vegas. Temperatures are at an average low of 39 degrees Fahrenheit and a high of 58 degrees Fahrenheit. I have a feeling that no one really wants to go in a dip at the resort pool and activities in a thick jacket and scarfs. Hence, it was off season which translates to lower costs of travel flights.

If January is the coldest month of the year, August is the complete opposite. In August, Las Vegas is an oven since it is a low average of 78 degrees Fahrenheit and high average of 102 degrees. This makes tourists avoid Las Vegas at its summer heat peak. However, the pool and outdoor summer activities have a go signal.

October is the balanced choice of the two months. Temperatures are at a comfortable 59 low and 82 high. Not too hot to go for a stroll, not too cold to wear uncomfortably thick clothing. So, October is the month to save some money while traveling in comfortable weather.

All the temperatures of the said months might not seem ideal for some travelers, but you are saving some cash by visiting Las Vegas in these months. In January, you can travel to Vegas without worrying about it being too hot to enjoy outside attractions like Fremont Street, the Welcome to Las Vegas sign and the High Roller.

III. Top 5 Cheapest Hotels on the Las Vegas Strip

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You now know why Las Vegas is the best place to be entertained at a cheap price. Let us now move onto the lists of cheap hotel, resort and apartment rooms that still shine in quality.

5. Downtown Grand

Don’t get me wrong, although this hotel is located at the heart of The Strip at 206 N. 3rd St. with plenty of accommodations making it grand, its hotel room prices screams ‘downtown’. Their Deluxe Room King Bed Non-Smoking only costs $30 per night! Its low-priced rooms do not even reflect their accommodations and facilities! They have an award-winning industrial-chic casino, the grandest pool deck, a restaurant with Americana themed food and music, and signature bars and restaurants on 3rd street—which they all own, by the way. This is one of the cheap hotels in Las Vegas you may want to consider for your next Las Vegas vacation.

So, if you want to experience being in “Vegas” while keeping your budget to a minimum, the Downtown Grand is the place to stay. To learn more about getting the most out of you stay or if you want to make reservations, you can call them at 1-855-384-7263 or browse through their website at https://www.downtowngrand.com/.

4. Vdara Hotel & Spa at ARIA Las Vegas

You regularly see high-end hotels that burn their money to impress their guests. However, the Vdara Hotel & Spa at ARIA Las Vegas uses their money to not only impress, but to save the environment. This hotel is known to be an environmentally friendly establishment because of their ARIA Campus and their steps towards an eco-friendly living.

In the ARIA Campus, they have:

  • Designed it into a highly efficient, state-of-the art 8.2 MW central plant with a combined heat and power system that captures excess heat to warm domestic hot water for hotel use.
  • Energy efficiency measures at ARIA Campus result in 30% savings in energy use, which is an equivalent to powering 8,800 households annually. ARIA Campus conserves estimated 33% of water by utilizing efficient plumbing fixtures.
  • More than 93% of the ARIA Campus construction has been diverted from the landfill and recycled.
  • ARIA Campus’s 26 limousines and six Cadillac Escalades represent the world’s first fleet of luxury guest transportation to operate exclusively on compressed natural gas (CNG), resulting in lower harmful environmental emissions.
  • ARIA Campus trained and educated thousands of construction workers, designers and vendors about sustainable construction practices and LEED.

Their Studio costs $89 a night to stay in a hotel with six distinct Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) Gold certifications from the U.S. Green Building Council, with the only Platinum award in Las Vegas by TripAdvisor’s GreenLeaders program, and in a hotel that received the first “5 Green Keys” rating in Nevada from the Green Key Eco-Rating Program. Hence, the money you spend for the room would not just go to the pockets of the rich but towards the aim of saving the environment while having a good time.

Located at 2600 W. Harmon Avenue, this tree-hugging and earth-saving hotel uses wood products from responsibly managed forests, high efficiency water use inside the building and outdoors, alternative fuel options for its limousines, and an improvement of more than 30 percent in energy efficiency over standard building codes.

In conclusion, if you want to have a great experience being submerged in luxury, save money, and help mother nature, the Vdara Hotel & Spa is the place to stay. If you are fascinated by their commitment and you want to know more about how they do it, you can call them at 1-866-745-7111 or 1-702-590-2111 or you can read more in their website at https://vdara.mgmresorts.com/en.html.

3. Treasure Island Hotel and Casino

Where is the treasure at? In your pocket of course! This hotel’s cheapest rooms are the Run of House which only costs $38.46 per night. There you have it, more money in your pockets even if you’re staying at a contemporary-styled hotel with high-energy atmosphere because of its outdoor tropical pool, elegant spa and salon, eight restaurants, nine bars, lounges, huge live casino gaming, modern meeting spaces, wedding chapels, and the powerful performances of Mystère by Cirque du Soleil.

‘X’ marks the spot at 3300 Las Vegas Blvd S., Treasure Island Hotel and Casino is at the center of all the buzz since it is connected by pedestrian bridges to the Fashion Show shopping mall, the Grand Canal Shoppes, The Mirage, the Venetian/Palazzo, Sands Expo and Wynn/Encore.

In the end, the treasure is not only in your pockets but also inside and surrounding the hotel, too—rich in entertainment, luxurious experiences and great accommodations, that is. If you want to reserve a Run of House right away, you can call 1-800-944-7444 or book it on their website at https://treasureisland.com/.

2. Best Western

Located at 3411 Las Vegas Boulevard S., this hotel has had a whopping total of 70 years in pleasing tourists of all kinds. It is even a brand situated in over 100 countries. If these statements do not speak for its quality, I do not know what else will. Their cheapest room is a 2 Double Beds for $85.49 per night.

From more information on the Best Western, browse through their website at https://www.bestwestern.com/en_US.html. If you have any inquiries though, you can call and ask them by dialing 1-702-737-3500.

1. Excalibur Hotel and Casino

This hotel is a top one not only for its accommodations but for its astoundingly cheap Resort Tower King Room for only $25 a night! Located at 3850 S Las Vegas Blvd., it has a (1) casino filled with slot games, table games, poker room, and live keno, (2) restaurants, (3) bars, (4) a medieval joust dinner show, (5) four heated pools, (6) a humongous spa, (7) a fitness room, and (8) an arcade for all those young ‘uns. While Excalibur can be considered one of the cheap hotels in Las Vegas on the Strip, I have personally stayed there and had an awesome vacation!

So, if you are digging these facilities and room rate, you can immediately make a reservation by calling 1-702-597-7777 or book at their website at https://excalibur.mgmresorts.com/en.html.

IV. Top 5 Best Value Hotels on the Las Vegas Strip

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If you are more comfortable staying at hotels that are worth the price tag, here is a list of the best value hotels at the Las Vegas Strip.

5. Mandalay Bay

Let us start this list off with Mandalay bay, a resort with actual sand at their pool, a wave pool, an events center that has 12,000 seats available, dining experience by celebrity chefs and restaurateurs, boutiques, one of the best nightclubs in Vegas, an aquarium, and a 1.7-million-square-foot convention center. This massive resort located at 3950 S Las Vegas Blvd unbelievably offers their Resort King room for only $59 per night. Not only will you have a great time exploring the resort in (preferably) comfortable shoes, you can stay at an affordable cost worth every penny.

For reservations, you can dial 1-877-632-7700 or visit their website at https://mandalaybay.mgmresorts.com/en.html to book a room today!

4. Treasure Island Hotel & Casino

Surprised to see a similar hotel from the previous topic? Don’t be as their rooms starting at $38.46 a night are worth their value for their casino, entertainment facilities, attractions, and amenities that were built and conceptualized to ‘wow’ its guests.

3. Bellagio

Next, we have the modern, Mediterranean-themed Bellagio. It may not have that “hotel” type of name, but it does offer one of the best accommodations and facilities that is worth the $139 a night for its resort King room. If Treasure Island Hotel and Casino had the “Mystère”, Bellagio had “O” by Cirque du Soleil. Its amenities are packed with unwinding and pampering activities such as spas, salons, barbershops, shops, free parking, helicopter tours and services, transportation, in-room dining, and a fitness center. Before you know it, you might have spent all your vacation inside the resort and not the city!

If you like what you see, you can avail a membership card to get a 20% discount on your fees at Bellagio! Just book for a ‘M life Rewards’ card at https://bellagio.mgmresorts.com/en/offers/offer-detail.html#/offerType=ROOM&offerId=b4e6067a-1b54-4292-a4c1-b8a044fcdff5. If you still think the prices are too high, you can try your luck at https://bellagio.mgmresorts.com/en/offers/offer-detail.html#/offerType=ROOM&offerId=ef346262-ebe9-4150-88a5-e5088dfe5b7d&programType=OpenLoop and grab the best hotel rates available at the time.

If you want to make a reservation with the prices as is, you can call 1-702-693-7111 or book a room in their website at https://bellagio.mgmresorts.com/en.html. Once all the technical stuff is aside, you can finally pack your essentials and make a bee line for 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd.

2. Caesars Palace

This brand name has branched out to different fields and industries. In all of its endeavors, it aims to do its best to please the customers and do the customers right. The Caesars Palace hotel rooms are claimed to have “Sleek modern décor, stone accents, luxurious furnishings and Roman-inspired artwork make every guest feel like royalty” (Caesars Palace Website, 2020). I think their introduction missed the fact that their prices are not for the royalties as its hotel rooms go for as low as $89 per night with air conditioning, climate control, available play yards/infant beds, desk, available hypo-allergenic bedding, in-room safe (which is laptop compatible), minibar, phone, 24-hour room service, blackout drapes/curtains, free toiletries, housekeeping, hair dryer, available in-room massage, iron, ironing board, pay movies, available rollaway, available extra beds available, and turndown service.

Can’t wait to head on down to Caesars Palace at 3570 Las Vegas Boulevard already? Well, the wait is over as you can make a reservation right now by dialing 1-866-227-5938 or by booking a room at the best rates through their website at https://www.caesars.com/caesars-palace/hotel.

1. The Venetian Resort

And last but obviously not the least, the Venetian Hotel at 3355 Las Vegas Boulevard with its Luxury King room for $135.20 a night. You might have clicked and read this article to help you plan a budget-friendly stay at Las Vegas but hear me out on this one. The Venetian is like doubling the quality of your experience at any regular Las Vegas hotel. Its standard suites are twice as large as that of a regular hotel room in The Strip and twice as many entertainment events, pools, attractions and restaurants than the usual hotel at Las Vegas Strip. Thus, the doubling of its facilities, accommodations and quality warrants its hotel room rates.

You can easily book a room at The Venetian Resort straight at their website at https://www.venetian.com/. Or if you prefer to be old fashioned, you can call them at 1-702-414-1000.

This list may not be exactly the same and as cheap as the preceding list, but their costs are justifiable by the quality of their accommodations and facilities. Fortunately for you, the next list guides you through five apartments with the cheapest rooms for rent close to The Strip.

V. Top 5 Cheapest Rooms for Rent Near the Las Vegas Strip

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After everything you read, you might even consider staying a whole month or so in Vegas. So, if you’re under a tight budget that will be no problem as I have researched the top 5 rooms for rent around The Strip.

5. $249 – Siegel Suites Cambridge Apartments

To start off at $249 as the 5th on the list sets the tone for this list, don’t you think? This apartment complex starts at $249 up to $1,123. This room rates are quite low for an apartment at the center of all Las Vegas, with it being close to The Strip. You also do not have to worry about finding a restaurant and food store to get a quick bite as it is surrounded by numerous stores such as India Masala Bar & Grill, Bagelmania, and Taco Bell.

If you want to rent out a room right away, you can call 1-702-904-9457 for reservations. If you want to know more about the room, apartment, and its area, you can visit https://www.siegelsuites.com/rent-apartment-las-vegas/cambridge-las-vegas-apartments. Once that is all aside, you can book that plane ticket and drive to 3825 Cambridge St, Las Vegas.

4. $249 – Siegel Suites MLK Apartments

Same brand and price, but different location. This apartment on 100 S M.L.K. Boulevard may not be as close to the strip as Cambridge Apartments, but it is near the lively Fremont Street Experience. You now have two choices with the same cheap price but different yet still great Vegas locations.

If you like the latter, you can check more about this apartment at https://www.siegelsuites.com/rent-apartment-las-vegas/mlk-las-vegas-apartments. For a reservation, you can call 1-702-904-8935. If you were intrigued by the Fremont Street Experience, you can check out what else they have to offer at their website which is https://vegasexperience.com/.

3. $215 – Studio Plaza Apartments

This wide, 42-year-old apartment at 915 S Casino Center Boulevard features its amenities and accommodations more than anything else. It has an easy cable hook-up, air-conditioning, high speed Cox and Wi-Fi—don’t we all need that–, a pool, on-site laundry service, and parking. They boast these to the extent that they are willing to give a tour when you get there! Aside from these, they have 75 furnished units in only a two-story high building. No wonder there is a tour! Each room is either a studio or a one bedroom. All units, however, are 358 square feet in size and have a half bathroom.

Learn more about this apartment at https://www.apartments.com/studio-plaza-apartments-las-vegas-nv/4cl5hpk/. If you are comfortable with the rates and accommodations, you can make reservations by dialing 1-844-830-2071.

2. $214 – Siegel Suites Charleston II

This list is that tight! A one-dollar difference makes Siegel Suites Charleston II second on the list. This is the third time Siegel Suites made an appearance so let us talk about the brand first. As their website states, “Siegel Suites is the best choice in affordable, flexible stay apartments” (Siegel Suites, 2020). Siegel Suites has 39 locations all scattered across Las Vegas, usually surrounding the Las Vegas Strip.

Going back to the apartment, it is also near the Fremont Experience. I guess you now have to pick which of the apartments has better rooms and services. If you decide to go for the cheapest Siegel Suite Apartment, you can go to 2900 E Charleston Boulevard to a move-in ready studio room with a full kitchen, utilities and cable TV all included in the monthly rent. To grab a quick bite to eat before you go on and explore Vegas, you can stop by the nearby McDonaldsPepe’s TacosLa Flor de Michoacan, and Carl’s Jr. I don’t know about you, but all the hotels and apartments always have a pool! That must mean their summer months are at the best conditions for a pool party.

To know more about Siegel Suites Charleston II, visit their website at https://www.siegelsuites.com/rent-apartment-las-vegas/charleston2-las-vegas-apartments. If you want to go straight to the chase and make a reservation, you can call 1-888-328-0192. Not much of a talker? No problem as they accept emails through https://www.siegelsuites.com/request-availability?location=Charleston+II+-+2900+E.+Charleston+Blvd. If you are a little worried about your safety due to the high accessibility of the hotel, fear not as they always do a background check on their customers. So, you don’t have to worry about your neighbor next door.

1. $168 – Elysian at St. Rose

The cheapest room for rent is on 11425 Bermuda Road in Henderson which knocks off almost $50 from the preceding room on the list. What can $168 offer you? Well, the apartment has:

Community Amenities:
  • Two resort-style pools and spas – open 24 hours 
  • Pool-side BBQ area
  • Lavishly furnished sun deck 
  • State of the art fitness center – open 24 hours 
  • Complimentary fitness classes-yoga and pilates
  • Electric vehicle charging stations
  • Bark park- large pets welcome (select breeds)
  • 4000 Square foot clubhouse with free wi-fi
  • Game lounge with double-sided fireplace
  • Coffee bar
  • Mountain views
  • Controlled-entry access
  • Covered parking
  • Courtesy patrol
  • On-site professional property management
Apartment Amenities:
  • Spacious floor-plans
  • Discounted cable/high speed internet service
  • Wood-style flooring
  • Ceiling fans with lights 
  • Linen and large walk-in closets
  • Full-size washer and dryer
  • Gourmet kitchens with pantries 
  • Stainless steel appliances
  • Large terraces with storage
  • Granite countertops with upgraded sinks and faucets
  • LED lighting
  • Upgraded decorative light fixtures
  • Upgraded RAIN shower heads and curved shower rods
Nearby Attractions:
  • The Strip
  • Shopping, entertainment and dining at Henderson
  • First class shopping and dining at M Resort

It is like they knew that you would be suspicious that the room rates would mean lower quality accommodations, amenities and facilities. However, they would like to reassure you with a tour when you are there or a virtual tour of the apartment at https://www.elysianatstrose.com/virtualtour.aspx. Learn more about this aesthetically pleasing apartment at https://www.elysianatstrose.com/. For reservations, call toll free at 1-866-997-3091 or call locally at (702) 260-6766.

VI. Weekly Suites on the Las Vegas Strip

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Surprisingly, there are not a lot of hotel suites on The Strip that offer weekly payments. However, these are those hotels that do so: (Note that this list has no particular order)

1. The Orleans Hotel & Casino (TripAdvisor, 2020)

This hotel at 4500 West Tropicana Avenue has quite a sweet deal for a Deluxe King Room with a flat screen TV, air-conditioning, and free Wi-Fi for $40.30 a night. Its facilities and accommodations are mostly built to cater families, so Sin City does have some venues for those who want their kids to have grandeur experiences without it being too obscene. The Orleans Hotel and Casino has 24-hour working front desk, room service, a concierge, a pool, a casino, a fitness center/gym, a bowling arcade, children activities, and free parking for those who came all the way with their vehicles—or even for those who rented one out for the week.

As for their rooms, they all have air-conditioning, housekeeping, room service, a safe, an iron, a flat screen TV, and some on-demand movies. Close by, you have the The Gallery at Aria, Art of Richard MacDonald, Skye Art Gallery, Mobile Arena, Bellagio Fountains, Grand Lux Cafe, Mr. Mamas, or Grand Lux Café, Gordon Ramsay Steak, Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas, and Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab. What’s with the long list of places? Let us just say that you did not come to Las Vegas for just the hotels.

For reservations, you can dial 1-725-215-2191 for that suite to be paid weekly.

2. Manor Suites (Yelp!, 2020)

This medieval castle-looking hotel on 7230 Las Vegas Blvd. So. costs $89 a night for a furnished one bedroom suite on Sundays through Thursdays, while one furnished bedroom on Fridays and Saturdays cost $109. They actually accept “knightly”–see what they did there?–, weekly and monthly suite payments, depending on your preferences and length of stay. To pair with its facade is a lobby full of shiny suits of armor and tapestries to complete that feeling of royalty. Don’t worry as their amenities are up to date as they have a great pool and relaxing jacuzzi.

To see how the Manor Suites will treat you like royalty, you can make a reservation by calling 1-702-939-9000 or book a room at their website at http://www.manorsuites.com/reservations.htm.

VII. Main Takeaways (Summary)

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Las Vegas makes sure that you get the best entertainment, fine dining experience, nightlife and accommodations to have an unwinding and good time away from all the seriousness and stress of daily life. That is why exploring and staying at Las Vegas under a budget is possible as long as you follow this article’s suggested places to go, times to go, and luxury accommodations and amenities. This page serves as a guide for more than just finding cheap hotels in Las Vegas. Rather, this article is more a quick reference of all the places, timings and hotels you might want to go to and stay at that would not cost you an expensive bill:

Cheap and Free Places to go in Las Vegas:

  • The Aquarium at the Silverton Hotel
  • Bellagio Conservatory
  • Circus Acts at Circus Circus
  • Ethel M. Chocolate Factory Tour
  • Fall of Atlantis at Caesars
  • Fountains of Bellagio
  • Fremont Street Experience
  • Hershey’s Chocolate World
  • M&M’s World
  • Majorie Barrick Museum
  • Palazzo Waterfall Atrium
  • The Park
  • Streetmosphere at the Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian
  • Swarovki Starburst
  • Volcano at the Mirage
  • Wildlife Habitat at the Flamingo
  • Downtown Container Park
  • Welcome to Las Vegas Sign

Best Time to Travel to Las Vegas on a Budget:

  • Days of the Week: Tuesdays to Thursdays
  • Months of the Year: January, August and October

Top 5 Cheapest Hotels on the Las Vegas Strip”

1. Excalibur Hotel and Casino
2. Best Western
3. Treasure Island Hotel and Casino
4. Vdara Hotel & Spa at ARIA Las Vegas
5. Downtown Grand

Top 5 Best Value Hotels on the Las Vegas Strip:

1. The Venetian Resort
2. Caesars Palace
3. Bellagio
4. Treasure Island Hotel & Casino
5. Mandalay Bay

Top 5 Cheapest Rooms for Rent Near the Las Vegas Strip:

1. $168 – Elysian at St. Rose
2. $214 – Siegel Suites Charleston II
3. $215 – Studio Plaza Apartments
4. $249 – Siegel Suites MLK Apartments
5. $249 – Siegel Suites Cambridge Apartments

Weekly Suites on the Las Vegas Strip:

1. The Orleans Hotel & Casino (TripAdvisor, 2020)
2. Manor Suites (Yelp!, 2020)

References

Caesars Palace (2020). CAESARS PALACE LAS VEGAS HOTEL AND CASINO. Retrieved from https://www.caesars.com/caesars-palace/hotel.

Siegel Suites (2020). Rent an Apartment with Siegel Suites. Retrieved from https://www.siegelsuites.com/.

TripAdvisor (2020). Las Vegas Hotels with Weekly Rates. Retrieved on September 2020 from https://www.tripadvisor.com.ph/HotelsList-Las_Vegas-Hotels-With-Weekly-Rates-zfp11266822.html.

The weather and temperatures of Las Vegas were from: Vegas.com (2020). Retrieved on September 2020 from https://www.vegas.com/weather/.

Yelp! (2020). Best Cheap Weekly Motel in Las Vegas, NV. Retrieved on September 2020 from https://www.yelp.com/search?find_desc=Cheap+Weekly+Motel&find_loc=Las+Vegas%2C+NV.

Appendix

Figure 1.1  |  The Top 10 Cheapest Hotels in Las Vegas Strip

RankTripAdvisor (Cheap Hotels in Las Vegas)CheapHotelsGuide (Cheap Hotels in Las Vegas-nightly rate)Booking.com (Cheap Hotels in Las Vegas)Expedia.com (Travelers Enjoyed These Cheap Hotels)
1The STRAT Hotel, Casino & SkyPodThe Venetian® Resort Las VegasLuxury Suites International at The SignatureExcalibur Hotel & Casino
2Oasis at Gold SpikeARIA Resort & CasinoDowntown Grand Hotel and CasinoBest Western Plus Casino Royale
3Excalibur Hotel & CasinoBellagioBest Western Plus Casino RoyalePlanet Hollywood Resort and Casino
4El Cortez Hotel & CasinoThe Palazzo at The Venetian®Treasure Island Hotel and CasinoTreasure Island Hotel and Casino
5The Orleans Hotel & CasinoVdara Hotel & Spa at ARIA Las VegasLa Quinta by Wyndham Las Vegas Airport SouthNew York Hotel and Casino
6Circus Circus Hotel & Casino Las VegasTrump International Hotel Las VegasSilverton Hotel and CasinoBally’s
7Tuscany Suites & CasinoDelano Las Vegas at Mandalay BayVdara Hotel & Spa at ARIA Las VegasPark MGM
8OYO Hotel and Casino Las VegasFour Seasons HotelThe DParis Las Vegas Resort and Casino
9Arizona Charlie’s BoulderWaldorf AstoriaThe Signature at MGMThe INQ Hotel
10Downtown GrandSKYLOFTS at MGM GrandBally’sMGM Grand Hotel and Casino
WebsiteRetrieved in September from https://www.tripadvisor.com.ph/HotelsList-Las_Vegas-Budget-Hotels-zfp11858817.htmlRetrieved in September from https://www.cheaphotelsguides.com/?ufi=20079110&title=resorts&gclid=Cj0KCQjw7sz6BRDYARIsAPHzrNL_GhtLGgQI2OuLQNEduSDtRvu5WSqleEO0LMWBsJLN2xOALWyGMkEaAkkKEALw_wcBRetrieved in September from https://www.booking.com/cheap/city/us/las-vegas.htmlRetrieved in September from https://www.expedia.com/Las-Vegas-Strip-Las-Vegas-Hotels-Cheap-Hotels.0-n800045-0-tCheapHotels.Travel-Guide-Filter-Hotels

Figure 1.2  |  Ranking of Top 10 Cheapest Hotels in Las Vegas Strip

RankHotelsAveraging of rank
1Excalibur Hotel & CasinoTop 3 + Top 1 = 4 / 2 = 2
2Best Western Plus Casino RoyaleTop 3 + Top 2 = 5 / 2 = 2.5
3Treasure Island Hotel and CasinoTop 4 + Top 4 = 8 / 2 = 4
4Vdara Hotel & Spa at ARIA Las VegasTop 5 + Top 7 = 12 / 2 = 6
5Downtown GrandTop 10 + Top 2 = 12 / 2 = 6

Figure 2.1  |  The Top 10 Best Value Hotels in Las Vegas Strip

RankVegas.com (BEST VALUE FROM $58.95)Oyster (Best Value Hotels in The Strip, Las Vegas)TripAdvisor (Best Value Las Vegas Hotels and Places to Stay)
1Bellagio  Caesars PalaceVenetian Resort
2Mandalay Bay  Best Western Plus Casino RoyaleWynn Las Vegas
3VenetianTreasure Island Hotel & CasinoCaesars Palace
4 The LINQ Hotel & CasinoParis Las Vegas
5 Harrah’s Las Vegas Hotel & CasinoBellagio Las Vegas
6 SAHARA Las VegasEncore at Wynn
7 Luxor Hotel & CasinoThe Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, The Autograph Collection
8 Tropicana Las Vegas – A DoubleTree by Hilton HotelTreasure Island
9 Excalibur Hotel & CasinoThe STRAT Hotel
10 Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & CasinoSilverton Hotel and Casino
18  Mandalay Bay
WebsiteRetrieved in September from https://www.vegas.com/hotels/Retrieved in September from https://www.oyster.com/las-vegas/hotels/roundups/best-value-hotels-in-the-strip-las-vegas/Retrieved in September from https://www.tripadvisor.com.ph/Hotels-g45963-Las_Vegas_Nevada-Hotels.html

Figure 2.2  |  Ranking the Top 10 Best Value Hotels in Las Vegas Strip

RankHotelsAveraging of rank
1Venetian HotelTop 3 + Top 1 = 4 / 2 = 2
2Caesars PalaceTop 1 + Top 3 = 4 / 2 = 2
3BellagioTop 1 + Top 5 = 6 / 2 = 3
4Treasure Island Hotel & CasinoTop 3 + Top 8 = 11 / 2 = 5.5
5Mandalay BayTop 2 + Top 18 = 20 / 2 = 10

Figure 3.1  |  The Top 10 Cheapest Rooms For Rent Near Las Vegas Strip

RankZumper (Las Vegas Rooms For Rent)Apartment Home Living (Best Value Hotels in The Strip, Las Vegas)ForRent.com (Cheap Apartments Near Las Vegas)
1Starting at $599 Echo 1055: Off-Campus Student Housing$214 Siegel Suites Charleston II$168 Elysian at St. Rose
2$600 W Council Ave, Las Vegas, 89128$215 Studio Plaza Apartments$214 Siegel Suites Charleston II
3 $249 Siegel Suites MLK Apartments$215 Studio Plaza Apartments
4 $249 Siegel Suites Cambridge Apartments$249 Siegel Suites MLK Apartments
5 $259 Siegel Suites Tropicana Apartments$249 Siegel Suites Cambridge Apartments
6 $289 Siegel Suites Swenson II Apartments$259 Siegel Suites Tropicana Apartments
7 $402 Siegel Suites Twain IV Apartments$289 Siegel Suites Swenson II Apartments
8 $500 Corona del Sol Apartments$363 Sunrise Gardens Senior Apartments
9 $550 Harmon Hills Apartments$500 Corona del Sol Apartments
10 $550 3440 Las Vegas Blvd N Apartments$550 3440 Las Vegas Blvd N Apartments
WebsiteRetrieved in September from https://www.zumper.com/apartments-for-rent/las-vegas-nv/under-4500?property-categories=roomRetrieved in September from https://www.apartmenthomeliving.com/las-vegas/apartments-for-rent/cheap?sort=price-upRetrieved in September from https://www.forrent.com/find/NV/metro-Las+Vegas/Las+Vegas/price-Less+than+600/extras-Apartment-Cheap-Condo-House-Townhouse/neighborhoods-The+Strip?bounds=36.18517742708901,36.04234084904415,-115.11431692256546,-115.22955535068131&sort=price_asc

Figure 3.2  |  Ranking the Top 10 Cheapest Rooms For Rent in Las Vegas

RankRooms For RentAveraging of rank
1$168 – Elysian at St. Rose    Based on which rooms were the cheapest
2$214 – Siegel Suites Charleston II
3$215 – Studio Plaza Apartments
4$249 – Siegel Suites MLK Apartments
5$249 – Siegel Suites Cambridge Apartments

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