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Low Season December
High Season September
  Average price (weeknight): $135
  Average price (weekend night): $211

cheapest month to stay

7%

expected price decrease

most expensive time to stay

29%

expected price increase

(avg. price over the last 2 weeks)

Sun - Thu

(weeknight)

(avg. price over the last 2 weeks)

Fri & Sat

(weekend night)

When to Book a Hotel in Las Vegas

Price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
Average nightly price per month
Average nightly price

Top tips for finding the perfect Las Vegas hotel

Visiting Las Vegas on a budget? Consider traveling mid-week rather than over a weekend, when the city will be less busy and prices are more likely to be cheap. Traveling early in the week will help you avoid crowds and you will have more choice of the hotels and rooms you are interested in. Keep in mind that Thursday in Las Vegas has started to become just as popular as Friday and Saturday.
Check the convention calendar before you choose the dates for your trip, as hotel rooms in Las Vegas start to fill up quite quickly during these times. Avoiding conventions will also give you more choices for the best hotels, better prices, and a less crowded and stressful vacation.
Hotels found on The Strip itself can be surprisingly affordable. Look for ones that are central and close to casinos and attractions, as they often have good prices and make it easy to walk through the city.
If you’re interested in experiencing an older and more historic version of Las Vegas away from The Strip, look at hotels located in Downtown Las Vegas. This area often has cheap rooms, while still providing opportunities for gambling and entertainment.
Don’t be afraid to book a hotel that doesn’t have an on-site casino. Many of these hotels are still centrally located on The Strip, making it easy to access other casinos and hotels; they are also usually cheaper.
Holiday weekends such as the Fourth of July and Memorial Day are often expensive for hotels in Las Vegas, but the weekends after Thanksgiving and Christmas are much calmer and more reasonably priced – you might even be able to find cheap prices on 5-star hotels.

FAQs when booking a Hotel in Las Vegas

How much is a cheap hotel in Las Vegas?
KAYAK users have found double rooms in Las Vegas for as cheap as $16 in the last 3 days. The average price is $291.
How much is a hotel in Las Vegas for tonight?
In the last 72 hours, users have found Las Vegas hotels for tonight for as low as $28. Users have also found 3-star hotels from $63 and 4-star hotels from $84.
Which are the most popular Las Vegas neighborhoods to stay in?
Hotels in The Strip, Summerlin and Downtown have the most searches on KAYAK. For more information about Las Vegas' different neighborhoods, check out our Las Vegas' City Guide.
How can I find hotels near me?
Take a look at our extensive hotel Heatmaps to find the best hotels near you.
What are the best neighborhoods off The Strip?
Downtown Las Vegas still remains one of the most loved neighborhoods in the city. Since it’s not as busy as The Strip, hotel prices are much cheaper, and you get to experience historical Las Vegas. West of The Strip is another great choice, as it is not as famous or central, but it is home to good hotel deals. Hotels in this area are generally quieter and calmer but still offer easy access to The Strip.
What neighborhoods in Las Vegas are kid-friendly?
West of the Strip is a great accommodation location for a family vacation, as it is quieter and doesn’t have as many casinos and bars as other parts of Las Vegas. The Strip also has many hotels that include arcades and activities for children, such as the Excalibur Hotel.
What hotels in Las Vegas are all-inclusive?
If you’re looking to stay at an all-inclusive hotel or resort, you have several options. Some popular choices include the Red Rock Casino, Resort, and Spa, The Wynn, and The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino. An all-inclusive hotel can be a great way to save money on food and activities.
How to find a hotel in Las Vegas without a casino?
While it’s true that hotels in Las Vegas are famous for their gambling, that doesn’t mean it’s impossible to stay in a non-gaming hotel without a casino, even on The Strip. Some examples of hotels without a casino include the Four Seasons Hotel, the Elara, and the Mandarin Oriental. These are great choices for family vacations or even for individuals not interested in gambling.

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