Viva Las Vegas! This popular destination has earned the nickname of ‘Sin City’ thanks to its 24-hour casinos and vibrant nightlife. Whether you’re staying on the famous Las Vegas Strip or in Downtown Las Vegas, there is always plenty of fun to be had.
Sunrise on the Las Vegas Strip (Pascal Bovet via Flickr)
With so many hotels to choose from in Las Vegas, it’s not hard to find a great deal on a room. We compared the most popular booking sites to identify the top two with consistently good deals. We’ve included a third that is worth consideration if you’re bundling your travel itinerary.
Overall, our team has found that the best hotel deals are available on Hotels.com. They have the largest selection of hotels and consistently good prices – savings anywhere from 10-50% at Las Vegas’ most popular hotels! Use their handy filter system to help narrow down your results by location, amenities or price range. You can even search for rooms at different types of hotels, like ‘boutique’ and ‘luxury.’ The downside to using Hotels.com is you may find property descriptions and photos to be out of date. Sign up for Hotels.com rewards program, where you can earn one night’s free stay for every 10 nights booked.
We also recommend checking your dates on Booking.com, as they also have great deals on hotels in Las Vegas. They offer 24/7 customer support and reviews from verified guests. Their filter system can help you find the best rated property in your preferred location – whether it be Downtown Las Vegas or right on the Strip. You can even narrow your search down to properties with on-site casinos and spas. Deals may be non-refundable so be sure to confirm before booking. If you check your dates on both Hotels.com and Booking.com, you are likely to find the best price available on Las Vegas hotels rooms.
Travelers can usually find the same hotel prices on both Expedia.com and Hotels.com. We prefer to book through Hotels.com for just hotels, thanks to their user-friendly site and filters. However, Expedia.com is worth checking if you’d prefer to book your Las Vegas flight and hotel together. Expedia.com says users save an average of $232 by booking flights and hotels at the same time. We’ve found that a couple can save anywhere from $10 to $300 – average savings of around $40 – when booking them together. If you have any questions when booking a bundled itinerary, Expedia.com’s customer service is available 24/7 to help.
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