Las Vegas

Cheap Hotels in Las Vegas


How do you do Las Vegas on a budget? After all, there's the casinos, cabaret shows and Las vegas clubs, to name but a few of the attractions and activities for the tourist. One way is with a cheap Las Vegas hotel. While a quick perusal of the hotels on the Las Vegas strip makes it hard to imagine that reasonably priced hotels exist in Las Vegas, the fact is you can get some very affordable bargains if you do your research. One great guide is the Las Vegas Strip Hotel Map. It provides to the best options for your hotel stay in the beautiful areas of Las Vegas, Nevasa!

If you want to get the full experience of a Las Vegas strip hotel without paying the exorbitant price, a good idea is to take a look at some of the older Las Vegas hotels, ones that didn't cost over a billion dollars to build. You can always visit as many billion dollar hotels as you want while you are in town. When choosing an affordable accommodation, you might even have some money left to spend on casino games .  I'm not saying that you should waste all your money by the slot machines, but honestly, who wants to go to Las Vegas without wagering anything on casino gambling?

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The Riviera


If you're looking for cheaper hotels that still have that Vegas feel, you should be seeking out some of the older, pre-“superhotel” models. A great choice is the Riviera, located right on the strip. The Riviera is one of the oldest hotels on the strip. It opened all the way back in 1955 and today features over 2000 rooms and a casino floor of over 100,000 square feet. The Riviera is a popular spot for hosting conventions and special groups, including a number of billiards and chess tournaments. The Riviera is famous for having featured many famous entertainers of years gone by, including Dean Martin and Liberace. It has appeared in a number of movies featuring Las Vegas casino scenes, including the original Ocean's Eleven and Casino. It is also well known for its burlesque show, “Crazy Girls.”

Circus Circus


Not far from the Riviera is another one of the oldest still standing Las Vegas casinos, Circus Circus. Circus Circus, as one might expect, has a circus theme, and has always been looked at as one of the more family-friendly hotels on the Las Vegas strip. It has nearly 4000 rooms and a casino of over 100,000 square feet, where you surely find many casino bonuses . It also features the only RV park on the Las Vegas strip. Circus Circus was opened in 1968 by casino pioneer Jay Sarno, and has been renovated throughout the years, most notably in 1997 when the circus theme was switched from an American circus theme to a Cirque du Soleil type theme. Circus Circus, like the Riviera, is a popular spot for conventions due to its reasonable rates, and is also known for its Adventuredome theme park and its Midway arcade.

The Flamingo


If you're looking for a hotel rich in Las Vegas history but with affordable room rates, the Flamingo is it. The Flamingo is the third hotel ever built on the Las Vegas strip and opened way back in 1946. The project cost six million dollars, an unheard of sum at the time, and was founded in part by famous gangster Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel. Although the hotel was not an immediate success, it has proven to have great staying power, and is one of the few hotels to survive the modernization of the Las Vegas strip and the proliferation of billion dollar “superhotels.” The Flamingo features performers such as Donny and Marie Osmond and George Wallace, and is across the street from Caesar's Palace and the Mirage.



Although most commonly known for its chain of sports bar-type restaurants throughout the United States, Hooters also features a reasonably priced Las Vegas hotel. Hooters Casino Hotel is off the strip, but within walking distance of several Las Vegas strip hotels (walking not recommended in the summer months). Visitors can get to any Las Vegas strip hotel by cab in minutes. The hotel is a Tropicana property and was originally built in 1973 as a Howard Johnson's motel. In 2004, Hooters took over the property, upgraded the casino and installed the second largest Hooters restaurant in the entire world.

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