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The STRAT Hotel, Casino and Skypod
The Strip,Las Vegas (NV) - View on map
"The room overall was in good, clean condition."
7

Very good

3924 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 122
Excalibur Hotel
The Strip,Las Vegas (NV) - View on map
"I was very impressed by the front desk staff from the moment of my check-in, with "Jimmy" (who went through his list of available rooms to find one I like. I had a great room with a view. It was a great way to start my vacation visit.) The next day, I watched as Assistant Front Desk Manager, Kendall Wallace should tremendous effort and professionalism in assisting a guest (who I was also trying to help) as she worked her way through the check-in process. I soon realized that he puts forward every effort to get guests squared away by listening carefully to their questions and concerns; and then explaining all hotel options to accommodate them. As he worked, I could see that he carefully focused on each customer and used his available staff efficiently and effectively to bring arriving guests through the check-In process comfortably. All things considered during my enjoyable stay in Las Vegas, it was the professionalism of Mr. Wallace that impressed me the most. Intelligent, articulate are accommodating to each arrival, he is a tremendous representative of Excalibur Hotel. You have a great front desk team. Hats off to your wonderful staff !"
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7.5

Very good

3140 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 108
Circus Circus Hotel, Casino & Theme Park
The Strip,Las Vegas (NV) - View on map
"First, the room is beyond expectations. The amenities and furnishings are befiting a 5-star las vegas hotel. I particularly liked the wireless internet service and the superb quality of the LCD TV (being a TV addict, its a necessity). Second, the food selections from the circus buffet are well appointed and fresh. I specially liked the coffee from the Barista Bagel. Its freshly brewed and is a good complement to my bagel. Third, the Racezone at the adventuredome just blew me away. Given the space of the track and the quality of the RC cars, I've spent more than half a day just racing. I almost threw up my lunch at canyon blaster and chaos but its worth it. Never in my life did i rode in these crazy rides before. Finally, the staff is as gracious, professional, and caring, more than what you would expect in any 5 star hotels in las vegas."
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6.6

Very good

2753 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 136
Four Queens Hotel & Casino
Fremont Street,Las Vegas (NV) - View on map
"I booked 7 nights at The 4 Queens while apartment hunting in Las Vegas. My decision to book this hotel was based on the fact that I could get rooms for $50/night, which is $350 for a week. While considering other options, all of the other hotels had hidden fees or "resort fees" and it was difficult to know for sure how much you would end up paying. Also, I considered staying at a cheap motel, but when I realized that the cost would end up being about $300 for a week, I figured I'd spend the extra $50 and spend my week in a much cooler environment than one of those nasty places. So with great enthusiasm, I checked into the 4 Queens. It was definitely worth it! PROS * No resort fees! (no hidden fees at all) * Internet speed was fast and consistent * Free Parking in hotel garage (with validation card) * Nice view of Las Vegas from my room * Located in the heart of Fremont Street Experience * There were an abundance of security on duty throughout the hotel, including the casino, lobby, hallways, and even in the garage. CONS * WiFi requires no password and therefore extremely insecure. * Craigslist.org has blocked the IP address for the hotel making it difficult to apartment hunt while staying at the hotel. * The elevator in the garage is fairly distanced from the hotel lobby making it quite a hike to load/unload your stuff into the hotel. * The parking garage has signs all over the place reminding you to lock your vehicle and warning that the hotel is not responsible for theft or vandalism to your vehicle. (There were no incidents with my vehicle, but I was concerned during my stay) * No Laundry Facility NOTES CONCERNING COVID-19 If you are considering traveling to Las Vegas during the Covid-19 pandemic, please keep in mind that a lot of LV is currently shut down and many places that are open for business are only partially open. For example, the entertainment that most hotels are known for are not open. Some of the hotel restaurants require reservations (no wa"
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8

Excellent

1923 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 102
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas - Autograph Collection Hotel
The Strip,Las Vegas (NV) - View on map
"Oh man, this was the most amazing hotel I've ever been to. I absolutely loved it! I've traveled all over and stayed at other 'five star' places for far more, but this set the standard. Out of all of the other hotels in Las Vegas, this will be the only one I stay in, and it will also greatly increase my trips to Las Vegas itself. One of the most fun, most glamorous, most central and most hip places I've ever been, I felt like I was in a movie! Planning my next trip out there now! If you haven't stayed at the Cosmo before, you've not been in Vegas at all."
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9.1

Exceptional

2577 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 255

Fast facts about Las Vegas (NV), United States

Accommodations688 properties
Popular hotelThe Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas - Autograph Collection Hotel
Popular areaThe Strip
Nightly rates from$21
AirportMcCarran International Airport
Reasons to visitCasinos, Nightlife, Shopping

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Frequently asked questions

What's the average price of a hotel in Las Vegas (NV)?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Las Vegas (NV) is 125 USD, the average price for a 4-star hotel in Las Vegas (NV) is 137 USD, and the average price for a 5-star hotel in Las Vegas (NV) is 371 USD.

What's the average price of a hotel in Las Vegas (NV) this weekend?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Las Vegas (NV) this weekend is 107 USD, the average price for a 4-star hotel in Las Vegas (NV) is 885 USD, and the average price for a 5-star hotel in Las Vegas (NV) is 365 USD.

What's the average price of a hotel in Las Vegas (NV) tonight?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Las Vegas (NV) tonight is 153 USD, the average price for a 4-star hotel in Las Vegas (NV) is 139 USD, and the average price for a 5-star hotel in Las Vegas (NV) is 291 USD.

What are the best hotels in Las Vegas (NV) near McCarran International Airport?

Verified travelers to Las Vegas (NV) who stayed near McCarran International Airport have given top reviews to South Point Hotel Casino and Spa, Cancun Resort Villas by Diamond Resorts, and Siegel Select Las Vegas Blvd.

What are the best hotels in Las Vegas (NV) near Las Vegas Strip?

Verified travelers to Las Vegas (NV) who stayed near Las Vegas Strip have given top reviews to Venetian Resort Hotel Casino, Bellagio Hotel, and The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas - Autograph Collection Hotel.

What are the best hotels in Las Vegas (NV) near Fashion Show Mall?

Verified travelers to Las Vegas (NV) who stayed near Fashion Show Mall have given top reviews to Venetian Resort Hotel Casino, Bellagio Hotel, and The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas - Autograph Collection Hotel.

What are the most popular hotels in Las Vegas (NV)?

What are the best hotels in Las Vegas (NV) for couples?

Hotels in Las Vegas (NV) that are highly rated by couples include Treasure Island Hotel and Casino, Venetian Resort Hotel Casino, and Bellagio Hotel.

What are the best hotels in Las Vegas (NV) for families?

What hotels in Las Vegas (NV) have the best views?

Verified travelers to Las Vegas (NV) have given top reviews for the views at Suncoast Hotel and Casino, Eastside Cannery Casino Hotel, and The Signature at MGM Grand.

What hotels in Las Vegas (NV) have the best breakfast?

Verified travelers to Las Vegas (NV) have given top reviews for the breakfast at Best Western Plus Henderson Hotel, South Point Hotel Casino and Spa, and Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Henderson.

What's the best neighborhood in Las Vegas (NV) to stay in?

Popular neighborhoods among travelers staying in Las Vegas (NV) include The Strip, Fremont Street, and West of The Strip.

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More about Las Vegas (NV)

Las Vegas is one of the most famous vacation destinations in the world. Sin City, as it is affectionately nicknamed, is a small universe of endless entertainment complete with hundreds of world-famous live shows, several theme parks, and some of the most extravagant hotels and casinos in the world.

Las Vegas is served by McCarran International Airport and Las Vegas Airport, located in North Las Vegas.

Of course gambling is the most prevalent activity in Vegas, but the city offers much more than that for those seeking a different sense of adventure and excitement. The city's proximity to the Grand Canyon makes it a must-see for nature enthusiasts, and most of the casinos and hotels along the famous Strip also offer spectacular live shows and exhibits for those who aren't interested in the gambling tables. Hotels on the famous Strip feature ongoing attractions such as a musical fountains and live shows, while the neon-illuminated pedestrian streets and Cirque du Soleil, dazzle people every night.

While Las Vegas is mostly synonymous with glamour and nighttime entertainment, the area is also a favorite among rugged outdoors enthusiasts. The desert is a visually stunning landscape and a great place for those interested in camping, hiking, or rock climbing at Red Rock Mountains, easily the best rock climbing experience in the country.

There’s much more to see and learn about Las Vegas, and the interactive map is a great way to continue uncovering all the important landmarks and attractions of this vibrant city.