Although hotel prices in Las Vegas cater to every budget during the conventions, parties, and New Year’s Eve, they go through wild swings. Hence, if you do not want to be ripped off by staying along the Strip and if you are looking for dirt cheap bargains, then you have to avoid the conventions and parties. Just plan out your travel itinerary by avoiding all the conventions by referring to the Las Vegas Tourism Calendar, and you can get a good bargain. We have listed the top five budget hotels in Las Vegas, which can fetch you value for money deals, but not the bottom line.
Here Are The Top 5 Budget Hotels In Las Vegas:
Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa
Located in the west of the Strip in the Summerlin neighborhood, Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa is famous for catering to the locals. Its proximity to the Summerlin Downtown complex hosting movie theaters, restaurants, and retail chains makes it extremely popular. The three million crystals dripping from its light fixtures are simply awesome. Extremely popular Kids Quest is an indoor recreation area for kids under 12. Hearthstone and Mercadito are world-class restaurants offering scrumptious food suited to every taste and pocket.
Located in Fremont East district, El Cortez is the oldest hotel cum casino, which has been continuously in business for the past seventy years. It boasts of 1950 vintage Vegas rooms and the “Big Sleep” suite. The Cabana suites inspired by South Beach suites have their own fitness center. The classic old Vegas-styled Siegel’s 1941 is a 24-hour restaurant, where one can gorge on dishes from a chef-driven menu and indulge in wine from a great collection.
The Golden Nugget
It is located at the doorstep of Fremont Street and right in heart of Downtown. Rooms in the Carson Tower are small, but they can be grabbed below $50. The other three towers have bigger rooms and one has to be really lucky to grab a room below $50. An awesome pool, “The Tank”, boasts of an enclosed slide running right through a shark-filled aquarium. The Chart House restaurant has bar of around seventy-five thousand gallons tropical aquarium. It has been voted as “Las Vegas’s Best Downtown Hotel” in 2011 by Las Vegas Review-Journal. It boasts of a high-energy casino featuring the most popular slot and video poker machines, table games, race and sportsbook and poker room. It also has a luxury spa and salon, nightly entertainment and world-class restaurants.
Downtown Grand Casino and Hotel
This 629-room hotel has been remodeled into a resort in the heart of the Downtown entertainment district. It is located across the street from the Mob Museum, a quick walk to the Fremont Street Experience, great bars on Fremont East. The rooms are basic but modern, with contemporary touches and flat-screen TVs. Enjoy the pool, aptly named ‘Picnic” with facilities likes fire-pit and daybeds. It is a fun spot to relax with all the great food, DJs and outdoor gaming. Rates can be as low as $29. It has been voted as the “Best Hotel Value Las Vegas” by the Las Vegas Review Journal.
Platinum Hotel and Spa
This stylish retreat in Las Vegas was originally a residential property, whose residents have turned their condos into a rental pool. Hence, one has sophisticated and hip condo-sized suites and right across a block off the Strip, very near to Caesar’s Palace. It also has non-gaming and non-smoking sections. All suites have with gourmet kitchens and living rooms with sleeper sofas.