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The largest city in Nevada, U.S., and among the glitziest in the entire world, Las Vegas is where fates are governed by the roll of a dice, and skyscrapers shimmer with the promise of good times. The Las Vegas Strip is an extraordinary stretch of leisure centers. Celebrity restaurants are commonplace in the casino resorts here, as are frequent performances by some of the most famous entertainers of our times. Home to countless casinos, entertainment destinations of all types and typologies, and almost whimsically high-end hotels and resorts, Las Vegas can appear formidable to the thrifty traveler. But a cheap Vegas holiday becomes way easier if you choose your hotel wisely. Here are our top picks of cheap hotels in Las Vegas.


# 1

Desert Paradise Resort By Diamond Resorts

A sprawling holiday complex with 4-star facilities, Desert Paradise Resort offers affordable family-friendly accommodations just 3 miles south of the Las Vegas Strip. This location allows the resort to offer a peaceful ambience perfect for a relaxed holiday, while also retaining proximity to the bright lights and hubbub of Las Vegas. Desert Paradise Resort offers spacious, apartment-style accommodation, with either 1 or 2 bedrooms each. The units have their own fully functional kitchens, living and dining rooms, balconies or patios, and plush king sized beds. The establishment ensures that the apartments have everything guests would need to feel at home, ranging from TVs with DVD players, to private washer/dryers, to the complete range of kitchen appliances, utensils and cutlery. And to make you feel that you’re actually on holiday, the property has two swimming pools, one of them outdoors, plus a hot tub, a games room, a BBQ area with seating, a 24-hour fitness center, and a full-service spa. Service here is friendly and attentive, and the concierge can help you with information and discounts on popular attractions, shows and restaurants in Las Vegas. Rated 9.17/10 by thousands of guests, Desert Paradise Resort is a hugely popular holiday destination. Its affordably priced apartments start from just $75 per night.


# 2

Hilton Grand Vacations Suites on the Las Vegas Strip

Stay in the midst of all the action on the Las Vegas Strip, without paying a fortune. Hilton Grand Vacation Suites is a family-friendly, non-gaming resort hotel housed in a couple of high rises at the northern end of the Strip. Circus Circus is less than half a mile from here, and the airport and downtown Vegas are all easily accessible. The hotel offers all-suite accommodation modelled along the lines of studios and 1-2 bedroom units, fully furnished and fitted with home appliances and gadgetry. They feature functional kitchens, king sized beds and large pull-out sofas, living and dining areas, private laundry facilities, flat screen TVs, and Wi-Fi access. Complementing these elegantly appointed units is a range of resort facilities including 2 pool areas, a lounge, a fitness center, a barbecue area, and a 24-hour deli that also servers Starbucks coffee. If you happen to be in Vegas for work, the hotel also has a sophisticated business center and meeting spaces. With an overall review score of 8.99/10, Hilton Grand Vacations Suites starts its suite tariffs from about $71 a night.


# 3

The Signature at MGM

Housed in one of the most iconic casino hotels in Las Vegas, the Signature at MGM Grand is just a block south of the Las Vegas Strip, with the MGM Grand monorail station just a short walk away. Physically connected to MGM Grand, the Signature is spread over 3 towers rising to 38 floors each. Accommodations here take the shape of spacious studios or 1-2 bedroom suites, with sleek modern décor, contemporary art, stylish lighting, and gorgeous views. They also have sophisticated home entertainment systems, premium linens, and luxurious granite bathrooms with whirlpool tubs in some cases. Most suites have a king sized bed each, along with a pull-out sofa for 2 additional guests. A set of sprawling 2-bedroom suites can accommodate up to 6 guests each. Choose a balcony suite for the best views in the hotel. All suites at the Signature come with plush sitting areas or living rooms, and fully functional kitchenettes or kitchens. Each of the 3 towers has its own private pool. They share common facilities such as a coffee shop, a deli, a bar, meeting rooms, and a fitness center. The extensive leisure facilities of MGM Grand are also available to guests at the Signature. Rated 9.08/10, the Signature suites are affordably priced at $80/night and above.


# 4

Wynn Las Vegas

An elegant casino hotel housed in an immediately recognizable curved high-rise building on the northern end of the Las Vegas Strip, Wynn is minutes away from the Las Vegas Convention Center. Bus stops can be found right outside the hotel. The original copper-tinted building is now flanked by a newer wing which goes by the name of Encore. Together, the two flaunt timelessly elegant interiors, breaking the usual stereotypes associated with American casino hotels. Many of the public areas here are lined with marble, carpeted in plush fabrics, and accented with floral mosaics. On offer here are resort rooms and tower suites, together adding up to over 2700 in number. The resort rooms showcase serene interiors, tactile finishes, rich linens, and ample space and sunlight. The tower suites are geared towards swank modern preferences, with a private check-in lounge, complimentary breakfast, and a private pool. The most luxurious of these tower suites have hosted the likes of Prince Harry in the past. Wynn guests can treat themselves to massages and treatments at 2 spas, work out in the hotel gym, unwind at its pools or hot tubs, and explore its myriad dining options. The hotel also has 4 different nightclubs and hosts unique theater performances on a regular basis. It also offers plenty of meeting and event space. With so many perks on offer, prices here are a steal, with rooms starting from $120 a night. It’s no surprise that Wynn has an overall review score of 9.38/10.


# 5

Marriott's Grand Chateau

Rent a posh ‘villa’ for the duration of your Las Vegas vacation, at Marriott’s Grand Chateau, a modern high-rise hotel just off the Las Vegas Strip, well within walking distance of the Bellagio casino resort. Accommodation here consists of stylish rooms and suites optimized for extended stays. Even the rooms have their own kitchenettes and dining setups, and pull-out sofas that can accommodate extra guests. The suites have 1, 2, or 3 bedrooms, along with full kitchens equipped with appliances, utensils and cutlery, plus living and dining rooms. Guests can expect thoughtful touches such as in-room washer/dryers, free high speed internet, a Marketplace kiosk selling light bites, and vacation planning assistance from the Marriott’s friendly staff. Several units offer views of the Las Vegas Strip, though views are best appreciated from the cocktail bar by the hotel’s rooftop pool. Another pool is flanked by a grill resto-bar. Guests can also unwind at the hotel’s lobby lounge, work out at its in-house gym, or get work done at its fully-equipped business center. Despite its services and amenities, Marriott’s Grand Chateau is a budget hotel, with accommodation starting from $101/night. It has an overall review score of 9.11/10.


# 6

Vdara Hotel & Spa at CityCenter Las Vegas

Not all hotels in Vegas are casino offshoots. Vdara, for instance, promises a luxury escape in a plush, gaming-free environment. Guests who do wish to play, though, can note that this hotel is just one block to the east of the Las Vegas Strip, and is in fact connected to Aria by means of a walkway. Vdara is an all-suite hotel, offering sleek modern units of varying sizes. Depending on their size, the suites feature kitchenettes or full-sized kitchens, along with living/dining areas, flat screen TVs, Wi-Fi access, and soaking tubs. Large units have their own washer/dryers as well. The property includes a spa, a gym, a pool with an adjoining lounge, a polished bar, a relaxed café, and even a dog park. Get a suite at this 8.99/10 rated hotel for $96/night.


# 7

Trump International Hotel Las Vegas

This luxurious non-smoking, non-gaming hotel occupies a glittering glass-fronted 64-floor skyscraper just a short walk away from the Las Vegas Strip. Its lavish rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows offering grand views of the city, and are packed with amenities including kitchenettes, flat screen TVs, and Wi-Fi access. They are attached to marble bathrooms with whirlpool tubs. Guests looking for extra space can choose one of the hotel’s sprawling suites that have 1-3 bedrooms with full kitchens. The hotel offers local shuttle service, and has an American restaurant, a poolside bar, a spa, and a gym. Wi-Fi and parking charges are covered in the resort fee that applies here. Barring that, the rooms at this 8.99/10 rated hotel start from $98/night, which is a bargain price considering their 5-star luxuries.


# 8

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

This Las Vegas Strip hotel faces Planet Hollywood and is right next to Bellagio Hotel and Casino. Its excellent location is its primary perk, followed by the chic rooms and suites that it offers. They come with floor-to-ceiling windows, soothing monochrome décor with subtle blue tints, Wi-Fi, and marble bathrooms. The suites have functional kitchenettes, dining areas, and balconies in some cases. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has wining and dining options galore, plus an outdoor area that frequently hosts performances, a casino, a gym, a spa, and in true Vegas style, a wedding chapel as well! Escape to this 8.88/10 rated 5-star hotel where room tariffs start from $108 a night.


# 9

ARIA Resort & Casino at CityCenter Las Vegas

This celebrated Las Vegas Strip casino resort offers 5-star accommodation at reasonable prices. Its glittering glass exterior, bejeweled nightclub and popular casino are complimented by quiet rooms featuring soothing color tones and refined fit-outs. They offer grand views through floor-to-ceiling windows, and have 42-inch flat-screens and Wi-Fi access. Suites have their own living areas and bar counters. Besides the casino, guests at Aria can hang out at multiple pools and hot tubs, do some shopping at the in-house mall, or use the facilities of the spa and fitness center. There are multiple dining options along with sprawling meeting spaces. Aria is rated 8.99 on 10, and its room tariffs start from $119 a night.


# 10

Bellagio Las Vegas

This Las Vegas landmark is built around some rather famous fountains on the Strip. Despite its appearance in several Hollywood flicks, Bellagio actually offers high-end luxuries at pocket-friendly rates. There’s a lot to sample here, from the spacious rooms suites with plush good looks and marble bathrooms, to a restaurant with original Picasso paintings, to the multi-cuisine dining options themselves, to Cirque du Soleil performances, to name just a few. While premium suites will get you private elevator access and butler service for a fair chunk of change, cheaper options start at just $123 a night. Which is more than reasonable, considering the fame and glamor of this 9/10 rated casino resort.


# 11

Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas

Part of the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino complex on Las Vegas Boulevard, and just a block to the north of Bali Hai Golf Club, Four Seasons Hotel offers its trademark refreshing elegance in the heart of this glamorous city. Its chic rooms and suites are designed for guests with a discerning eye, featuring a fine blend of classic and modern styles. They have floor-to-ceiling windows offering sweeping views of the mountains or the Las Vegas Strip, plus free Wi-Fi, iPod docks, minibars, coffeemakers and ensuite marble bathrooms. Room service can be ordered round-the-clock. The hotel also has 2 restaurants, a bar, a gym, a spa, and a business center. Four Seasons is rated 9.23/10, and offers rooms starting from $150/night.


# 12

Palazzo Resort Hotel Las Vegas

A resort that boasts of the largest quarters you can find on the Las Vegas Strip, Palazzo is part of a sprawling luxury complex close to the Las Vegas Convention Center as well as the airport. Housed in its stately high-rise building are a variety of grand suites, featuring luxurious furniture in classic styles, plush furnishings, elegant Italian accents, and sophisticated mod-cons. Some of the more premium suites have sunken living areas and private pool tables. Outside of the rooms, Palazzo guests have access to the resort’s huge casino, its spa, pool, gym, restaurants and bars, many of which host live performances. This resort has a review score of 9.08 on 10, and offers accommodations starting from $148 a night.


# 13

Venetian Resort Hotel Las Vegas

This Las Vegas Strip casino hotel is an all-suites establishment, offering ultra-spacious Italian inspired accommodations at reasonable rates. All suites flaunt classic décor and Egyptian cotton linen. Upgrade to a premium suite to lounge in your own living room, warm yourself by your own fireplace, soak in your whirlpool tub, and enjoy complimentary food and drinks at an exclusive club lounge. This Italian themed resort has a landscaped outdoor area complete with artificial canals and gondolas. Besides the casino, its public spaces include as many as 20 dining options, and everything from a nightclub to a wax museum. You can enjoy a stay at the 9.08/10 rated Venetian from prices starting at $136/night.


# 14

Platinum Hotel and Spa

Located a block to the east of the Las Vegas Strip, and a short walk from the nearest monorail station, Platinum Hotel and Spa offers a range of polished suites with free Wi-Fi, functional kitchens, living areas, and balconies. Premium units have their own washer/dryers, and in some cases, electric fireplaces as well. Guests have access to 2 swimming pools, a wellness spa, a gym, and a relaxed restaurant with an American menu. A smart way to slash a few bucks off your Vegas holiday, suites at Platinum start from $129 a night. This 4-star hotel has a review score of 8.91/10.


# 15

Mandarin Oriental at CityCenter Las Vegas

Though not among the cheapest hotels in Las Vegas, the Mandarin Oriental deserves a check-in on account of its unmatched ambience and offerings. Towering over the Las Vegas Strip, it offers spectacular views of the city at night. Besides, this 5-star hotel has an innovative eco-friendly design that is LEED certified. The rooms and suites here are trendy and sophisticated, and complemented by 3 restaurants, a lounge bar, and a quaint tea room. A luxury spa, and multiple pools and hot tubs, are also part of this opulent hotel. Rated a whopping 9.76/10, it prices its rooms upwards of $270 a night.


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