Stunningly Low-Priced Las Vegas Hotels
Is the rate worth the hype?
High-rollers, splurging, luxury shopping, big money deals–these are all synonymous with the excess of Las Vegas living. Here at Viral, we like to do things a little differently. We seek value when it comes to travel. We analyzed the bulk of Sin City’s most appealing hotels and matched them up against their true cost–perks, benefits, and amenities. We asked: is the ticket price worth the hype? Here’s what we came up with.
The LINQ is an outdoor shopping district invented by the Caesars Entertainment group, and they sure know how to create a destination. Surrounded by an entire promenade of shopping, dining, music, casinos, and attractions–including The High Roller, the world’s tallest observation wheel–the LINQ Hotel is an attraction in and of itself. With tons of modern amenities, sleek and modern design, restaurants, a casino, a pool, a spa, and so much more, guests don’t really ever have to leave the premise. But when they want to, they can stroll right out onto the Las Vegas Strip.
High Speed Wifi
The Cromwell was the first standalone boutique hotel of the Las Vegas Strip, and it remains as independent as ever. With 188 rooms of glamorous, dimly light, Parisian-inspired decor, the hotel is as moody as it is flashy. The hotel not only has an in-house casino and bar, but they are surrounded by tons of nightlife, shopping, and things to do. Additionally, they are home to Emmy Award-winning celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis’ first namesake restaurant. Bonus: their pool area takes the cake on swanky Las Vegas outdoor time.
In Room Wifi
Outdoor Seasonal Pool
24-Hour Front Desk
Bar & Lounge
Set on the famous four corners of Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo Road, the Flamingo Las Vegas is a resort, casino, and destination for any vacation. The hotel is home to a tropical Wildlife Habitat, a Go Pool, a 15-acre Caribbean-style water playground, and views of the 550-foot-tall High Roller. The Flamingo is also famous for their entertainment–they showcase live shows for an array of audiences, from comedy to concerts, and everything in between. With tons of in-house dining and attractions, guests can stay at the hotel to relax, party, and swim at the pool for days. But when it’s time to explore, there’s tons to do right outside the door.
The Paris Las Vegas: huge, grandiose, and–you guessed it–Parisian. This beautiful spot chased the look of the City of Lights. While the hotel definitely has it all, from luxe rooms, to dining options, and even a casino, it’s what’s outside that takes the cake. Their pool, Soleil Las Vegas Pool, is located right beneath the hotel’s Eiffel Tower replica. Set on a two-acre oasis inspired by Parisian gardens, the pool, spa, and huge pool deck offer cocktail services, lounges, and plenty of amenities. When it’s time to eat, pool-goers can grab bites at the attached Café du Parc. We love Las Vegas, and we love Paris. Why not have both at the same time?
Multiple Dining & Cafe Options
To say the SLS Las Vegas is huge would be the understatement of the year. The hotel features over 1,300 guest rooms in two distinct hotel towers–Story and World–which each have been separately designed with unique visions in mind. You can imagine what an establishment of this size has for amenities. The SLS has everything–too many restaurants to name, concierge services, a big fitness studio, transportation, pools (yes, that’s with an s), a spa, retail, and more. Oh, and it has a 60,000 square foot iconic casino.
24/7 Fitness Studio
Luxury Spa Services