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What you should know about Las Vegas Strip

When can I find the best deals on Hotels in The Strip?

"What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas," is Sin City's motto. With over 150,000 hotel rooms and suites in Las Vegas, you'd have to spend one night in each for at least 4 lifetimes before you'd seen them all. It's not difficult to find a room in the city, but choose wisely to get the right location. The most comfortable times to visit are spring and fall, but with air conditioning everywhere, even the sizzling summers shouldn't be too much of a problem. December is a good time to get great hotel deals in Las Vegas, as are July, monsoon season, and August, the hottest month.

What are the Top Hotels in The Strip?

The Venetian Las Vegas is spacious and luxurious. Though it's not quite the real thing, who cares when you're floating down the hotel's river in a rowing boat propelled by a gondolier dressed in traditional garb? The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas might not be the most famous on The Strip but it doesn't disappoint, with its exquisite design, 16 signature restaurants, and 3 outdoor pools, some of which look out over the action. After you've tried your luck on the slots at the Aria Resort and Casino, you can slip into the state-of-the-art spa, then doze off in one of the lavish guestrooms.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in The Strip?

The neon-drenched Strip runs for 4 miles through the center of Las Vegas and is flanked on both sides by some of the most opulent hotels in the world. The top of the pack congregate around the center of The Strip near the city's biggest attractions. The more budget options tend to sit towards the south, but have the advantage of being nearest the iconic Las Vegas sign. If you want to step back in time to the golden era, stay in one of the charming gaming hotels along Fremont Street, like the Golden Nugget and Binion's Horseshoe.

What are Hotels like in The Strip?

The gaming hotels along The Strip have always been completely over-the-top, but in the best possible way. With such vast quantities of money working their way through the gaming halls, the hotels and resorts have continuously tried to outdo each other. Take Caesars Palace, for instance. Here you'll find faux replicas of Italian fountains and Michelangelo's David, Roman gardens, towering marble columns, and near the entrance, a 6-meter-high statue of Julius Caesar. It's not just in the communal areas, either. If you're lucky enough to spend a night in the Marcus Aurelius Villa, you'll enjoy almost 900-square-meters of unadulterated extravagance.

How much do Hotels typically cost in The Strip?

In an effort to attract you to the tables, most Las Vegas hotels are cheaper than you might imagine. There aren't many places in the U.S. where you can overnight for 26 bucks, but in Sin City, you can stay at the world-famous Circus Circus for just that. Prices are around $100 a night for a double in one of the top hotels, while a suite for 4 is around $500 to $600. After that, the sky's the limit, with some luxurious penthouses costing well into 5 digits. Those who don't have deep pockets can only hope for a big win on the tables.

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