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Casino Royale

Best Western Plus Casino Royale is the only hotel on The Strip with no resort fee and no parking fees.

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Jeremy Koering

By Jeremy Koering

Updated November 24, 2023

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If you’re looking for an affordable quality stay in Las Vegas, the Best Western Plus Casino Royale is just the ticket. With no resort fee, this hotel offers standard accommodations that won’t break the bank.

And let’s talk about location – it’s right in the middle of The Strip! This means you’re just a quick hop away from some of the city’s best hotels, including The Venetian and Caesars Palace.

While the hotel itself doesn’t host any shows or offer activities beyond its casino, it more than makes up for it with its array of affordable dining options.

You’ll find everything from fast-food joints to a Denny’s and an Outback Steakhouse on the premises. All are budget-friendly options that won’t leave you feeling light in the pocket.

Looking for a place to unwind after a long day? The hotel’s casino bar offers $3 bottles of beer and $5 cocktails. And if you’re in the mood for a frozen cocktail, there’s a Fat Tuesday located right outside the main entrance.

At Best Western Plus Casino Royale, you can expect an affordable, comfortable stay with easy access to the heart of Las Vegas’s vibrant nightlife and dining scene.

Pros & Cons


  • Affordability: The hotel offers quality accommodation at a budget-friendly price.
  • No Resort Fee: Unlike many Vegas hotels, there’s no resort fee to worry about.
  • Prime Location: Located in the middle of The Strip, you’re close to many top Las Vegas attractions.
  • Budget Bar: Enjoy $3 beers and $5 cocktails at the casino bar.
  • Nearby Hotels: It’s just a quick hop to some of the city’s best hotels.


  • Limited Entertainment: There are no shows or activities beyond the casino.
  • Basic Amenities: Don’t expect luxury amenities – it’s a bare bones, no frills hotel.
  • Fast Food Dining: Most of the on-site dining options are fast food joints.
  • Limited Services: The hotel offers limited services compared to higher-end establishments.

Restaurants & Bars


  • American
  • Chain

Outback Steakhouse

  • Chain
  • Steakhouse

White Castle

  • American
  • Burgers
  • Fast-Food


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