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Las Vegas Strip Hotels

  • Aria

  • Bellagio

  • Casino Royale

  • Caesars Palace

  • Circus Circus

  • Cosmopolitan

  • Delano

  • Encore at Wynn

  • Excalibur

  • Flamingo

  • Harrah’s

  • Horseshoe

  • Luxor

  • Mandalay Bay

  • MGM Grand

  • Mirage

  • New York New York

  • Nobu Hotel

  • NoMad Hotel

  • Paris Las Vegas

  • Park MGM

  • Planet Hollywood

  • Resorts World

  • Sahara

  • The Cromwell

  • The LINQ

  • The Palazzo

  • The STRAT

  • The Venetian

  • Treasure Island

  • Tropicana

  • Vdara

  • Waldorf Astoria

  • Wynn

Downtown Vegas Hotels

  • Binion’s

  • California Hotel

  • Circa

  • Downtown Grand

  • El Cortez

  • Four Queens

  • Fremont Hotel

  • Golden Gate

  • Golden Nugget

  • Main Street Station

  • Plaza

  • The D

Off-Strip Hotels

  • Boulder Station

  • Ellis Island

  • Green Valley Ranch

  • The Signature

  • OYO

  • Palace Station

  • Red Rock Casino

  • Rio

  • Santa Fe Station

  • Silverton

  • South Point

  • Sunset Station

  • Virgin Hotels

  • Westgate

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Las Vegas Hotel FAQ

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about hotels in Las Vegas.

There are over 50 hotels in the resort corridor, including over 30 hotels on The Strip and 12 hotels downtown. According to Wikipedia, 12 of the world’s largest 20 hotels are Las Vegas hotels.

According to the Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority (LVCVA), Las Vegas has 150,487 hotel rooms and suites.

Las Vegas has more hotel rooms than any other city in the United States, including New York City.

If you’re planning a trip to Sin City and looking for the best accommodations, there are plenty of options. From budget-friendly hotels like Flamingo and Excalibur to luxurious resorts like The Venetian and Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, there’s something for every traveler.

Read our Las Vegas hotel reviews and guides to help you choose the best hotel for your trip.

Resorts World made its grand debut on The Strip on June 24, 2021, while Circa has been the hottest spot in Downtown Las Vegas since October 28, 2020. Both hotels provide an exciting escape to a world of luxury and excellence!

The first hotel in Las Vegas was the Hotel Nevada, which opened in 1906. At that time, a room cost only $1!

Today, you can still experience history by sleeping in one of the ten original Hotel Nevada rooms, now known as Golden Gate Hotel & Casino on the Fremont Street Experience.

The tallest hotel in Las Vegas is Fountainbleu, which hasn’t opened. Fountainbleu is under construction and is 735 feet tall (224 meters).

Currently, the tallest hotel in Las Vegas that is open is Resorts World, at 673 feet tall (205 meters).

Close runner-ups are The Palazzo at 642 feet tall (196 meters) and Encore at 631 feet tall (192 meters).

The average price for a hotel room in Vegas is $137, according to the Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority (LVCVA).

The average price of a hotel room will vary depending on the time of year and location but generally ranges from $50 to $200 per night. However, with some research and planning, you can find great deals and discounts on hotels in Las Vegas!

Yes, there are many cheap hotels in Las Vegas. It’s common to see room rates for $19 (plus taxes and resort fees) at popular casino hotels on The Strip.

From budget-friendly hotel casinos to affordable mega-resorts, there are plenty of options if you want to save money on your accommodations.

Some of the best cheap hotels in Las Vegas include Flamingo, Excalibur, Luxor, The LINQ, and Horseshoe. Check out The D or Downtown Grand if you want to stay downtown.

The cheapest months to visit Las Vegas are November, December, and January. The end of August is also an affordable time to visit Vegas.

During winter, you’ll find cheap hotel rooms for under $50/night (plus taxes and resort fees). You’ll also find great deals on show tickets, attractions, and experiences.

Please read our guide on the best times to visit Las Vegas for more details.

The cheapest days to book a hotel in Vegas are Sunday through Thursday. It’s common to see hotel rates 75% cheaper than the weekends in Las Vegas.

In addition to being cheaper to book a hotel room, it’s generally less crowded during the week, making it easier to get dinner reservations, see a popular show, or get a complimentary upgrade to a better room.