Vegas Trips for Cheap

Vegas Trips: Cheap, but Clean Las Vegas Hotels

Looking for a Cheap Hotel Room for your next Las Vegas Trip?
Looking for a Cheap Hotel Room for your next Las Vegas Trip?

Value for your Las Vegas Trip Dollar!

Best Vegas Hotels Bang for the Buck! You would think with the Economy doing so poorly in Las Vegas that every hotel room would be a true bargain! Cheap Vegas Trips are available if you know where to look. Unfortunately this is not the case. The Resort Hotels are still trying to get as much out of you as they possibly can! Sure the prices are lower than in the past but you would be surprised at how high a night on the Strip can run.

For Vegas Trips for Cheap try these Bang for the BuckHotels:


West of The Strip – There used to be a link here that would take you to a page where you could actually read about the Hotel and make a reservation. But the HubPage Nazi's don't understand Value Add. They live in fear of Google. Turns out I pull 6 figures and don't give a shit about Google at all. I design content for PEOPLE.

Free Shuttle to the Strip

User Rating: 4.3/5

Looking for a little extra room to stretch out? The Rio Suites rooms are “roomy” and comfortable without breaking the bank.

West of The Strip – There used to be a link here that would take you to a page where you could actually read about the Hotel and make a reservation. But the HubPage Nazi's don't understand Value Add. They live in fear of Google. Turns out I pull 6 figures and don't give a shit about Google at all. I design content for PEOPLE.

1.5 Miles Due West of the Strip

User Rating: 4.4/5

This is a great place for families and people who want easy access to the Strip without the Mega Resort feeling. No longer a secret for the budget minded the Orleans Las Vegas Hotel needs to be booked a few weeks in advance or you may not get your room!


Off Strip East – There used to be a link here that would take you to a page where you could actually read about the Hotel and make a reservation. But the HubPage Nazi's don't understand Value Add. They live in fear of Google. Turns out I pull 6 figures and don't give a shit about Google at all. I design content for PEOPLE.

East of the Strip on Harmon Avenue

User Rating: 3.9/5

Located about a mile east of the Strip on Harmon Ave.

North Strip – There used to be a link here that would take you to a page where you could actually read about the Hotel and make a reservation. But the HubPage Nazi's don't understand Value Add. They live in fear of Google. Turns out I pull 6 figures and don't give a shit about Google at all. I design content for PEOPLE.

Very Far North End of the Strip

User Rating: 4.1/5

The Stratosphere is a little more than walking distance for the average person, but the value of the amenities vs the cost of the rooms is very high.

Center Strip – There used to be a link here that would take you to a page where you could actually read about the Hotel and make a reservation. But the HubPage Nazi's don't understand Value Add. They live in fear of Google. Turns out I pull 6 figures and don't give a shit about Google at all. I design content for PEOPLE.

Perfect Central Strip Location

User Rating: 3.8/5

The location really doesn’t get better than this if you are looking to jump from Casino to Casino on the Vegas Strip.

Center Strip – There used to be a link here that would take you to a page where you could actually read about the Hotel and make a reservation. But the HubPage Nazi's don't understand Value Add. They live in fear of Google. Turns out I pull 6 figures and don't give a shit about Google at all. I design content for PEOPLE.

PerfectCenter Strip Location

User Rating: 3.5/5

An older less known property on the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.

South Strip – There used to be a link here that would take you to a page where you could actually read about the Hotel and make a reservation. But the HubPage Nazi's don't understand Value Add. They live in fear of Google. Turns out I pull 6 figures and don't give a shit about Google at all. I design content for PEOPLE.

On the corner across from the MGM Grand

User Rating: 3.2/5

Easy access to the MGM Grand, MandalayBay and Airport


Downtown – There used to be a link here that would take you to a page where you could actually read about the Hotel and make a reservation. But the HubPage Nazi's don't understand Value Add. They live in fear of Google. Turns out I pull 6 figures and don't give a shit about Google at all. I design content for PEOPLE.

Best Downtown Hotel

User Rating: 4.3/5

For the money the Golden Nugget is a much better choice than most of the Strip Hotels… the “problem” is it’s way off the Strip where all the newer resorts reside.


Summerlin - There used to be a link here that would take you to a page where you could actually read about the Hotel and make a reservation. But the HubPage Nazi's don't understand Value Add. They live in fear of Google. Turns out I pull 6 figures and don't give a shit about Google at all. I design content for PEOPLE.

Nice area on the edge of Summerlin

User Rating: 4.5/5

Coming to Las Vegas to do a little golfing? This is an excellent choice. Located on the Edge of the Summerlin Master Planned community the Suncoast Hotel is a refreshing break from the typical glitz and glam of the Strip Hotels.

Vegas Trips for cheap are very possible when you look past the over hyped big mega resorts. Have a safe, fun, and happy Vegas Trip!

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yenajeon 6 years ago from California

MikeNV you are absolutely right. I was researching prices for Vegas hotels not so long ago, and even somewhere really really upscale like the Bellagio is 160 a night!?

Which is insane because I remember a time when I stayed with my parents and it was like $500 a night. The economy is in a recession, and its shocking to actually be able to notice!

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