Best Hotel and Best Cheap Hotel in Vegas

Best Hotel and Best Cheap Hotel in Vegas

Thursday, September 9th, 2010

Waking Up in Vegas

Imagine your Vegas adventure is everything you dreamed it could be: you win the big Jackpot, you “accidentally” marry the most gorgeous showgirl, and you outrun an entire fleet of LVPD cruisers. Where could you wake up the next morning that is just as epic as that night was? If a high-class suite fulfills your fantasy or you just want a Las Vegas Hotel to sleep off that headache, here are the best bangs for the buck.

Encore At Wynn Las VegasBest Hotel in Las Vegas
The Wynn Las Vegas exudes power, luxury and class. With an awe-inspiring interior filled with world-renowned artwork and extreme floral décor, even your first steps inside will take your breath away. The suites are as lavish as the lobby, with posh sitting areas, marble finished bathrooms, high definition flat screen TVs and bedding with a 320 thread count. In addition, the hotel offers in excess many amenities to all hotel guests. Two expansive outdoor pools, hot tubs, topless bathing sections and a glorious spa are there to help you relax in style. At night, the hotel itself offers the aquatic performance, “Le Reve” and fifteen dining venues for you to enjoy anything from steak to sushi. If you would rather explore the city, its central location makes it easy, offering a close proximity to the Fashion Show Mall for shoppers, the Wynn Country Club for golfers and the many casinos on the strip for the gamblers. All you need is a little luck and about $200 per night to do Vegas in style.

The Jockey Club Hotel

Best Cheap Las Vegas Hotel
If you want to save your dollars for the roulette table, then you’re in luck! The Jockey Club Hotel touts cheap rates, high quality and great convenience. With a prime location in between the Bellagio and City Center in the center of the strip, there is easy access to any of the top casinos, resorts, shows and clubs. For all your dining and entertainment needs it is a very short walk to Caesar’s Palace, New York New York, the MGM Grand and Monte Carlo Casinos. Even if you will be spending more time out of the suite then in, it comes with many amenities. Each suite has its own kitchen and complimentary Internet for all guests. You will also have access to a pool, hot tub and sauna so you can relax between Texas Hold Em Tournaments. With a starting room rate at around $100 per night, you have already won the Jackpot by booking a room before you even get to Sin City!

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  1. Gennie Tish says:

    In the USA playing poker for cash is illegal but there is no harm in playing the free poker games. If you are playing on a site where you are dealing with real money then it can cause a lot of trouble for sure. In that situation offline betting is much easier to get away with if it’s illegal in your country! lol

  2. RonLeyba says:

    Yay, too many things to do in Vegas. Good thing there are still cheap hotels there. I thought it was a place for the rich only.