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5 nights in vegas for £520 incl. hotel - each based on 2 sharing. Seems cheap to me - flights normally cost this alone.

Riviera Hotel and Casino 3 star

The Riviera Hotel and Casino is located on the Strip and approximately five miles from McCarran Inte...... More details
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1 x Oasis One King or Two Double Beds for 5 nights

London Gatwick, Uk (LGW) - Las Vegas Nv (LAS) KLM ROYAL DUTCH AIRLINES logo

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Wow! That is a great price.
Vegas for 5 days is probably enough... good price HOT
Great deal
This is great stuff! I had a girly holiday to Vegas the year before last and we stayed at the riviera. Was fab location... maccys across the road for that much needed McGriddle after an all night sesh and the wynn right next door for a bit of class!

Hot hot hot from me!
brilliant price if its with direct flights
hotel is ok if you want no frills but is right at end of strip
What people do in vegas? lol
Crap deal, indirect flight as stops in Atlanta

Book flights and hotel separately

Voted cold
think id rather pay the 50 pound extra and go direct with virgin.
Indirect is often a pain waiting around

Not sure the weather will be too great in early feb
Yeah, not really a good deal. Crap flights, hotel and location.

edit: location as in on the strip. Not Vegas as its an amazing city

Edited By: markoUK on Jan 25, 2011 21:38
I flew with virgin and stayed in Caesers in September last year (amazing weather at that time) and it didn't cost much more than this. Still a good deal for £520 though
Not a good hotel (personal experience) and bad location

What people do in vegas? lol

Anything from Gambling, shows, drink, club it, i even went Dune Buggying going to the Shooting range at the Gun Store... good times!

Heat on the deal tho, I cant find anywhere that comes close for those dates...!

I personally would recommend spending a little extra to stay on the strip, will save on the taxi fares!

Edited By: hjdodzi on Jan 25, 2011 21:51
I flew with virgin and stayed in Caesers in September last year (amazing weather at that time) and it didn't cost much more than this. Still a good deal for £520 though

Where did you get Virgin Direct flights and Hotel for "Not much more than this?" would like to know purely for the flights!
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The Riviera is quite a cool hotel (old style of course), it was the hotel used in the gangster movie Casino with Robert de Niro (it was called the Tangiers in the film).

It's not a great location, you'll be taxiing to the mid-strip hotels but then again the taxis are cheap enough over there.

I think I would pay a bit more for direct flights and find your own hotel, I've flown indirect once and direct twice to Vegas and the difference is huge.

Still, for 5 nights this is still a pretty good price if you can stomach the indirect flights.
Hotel was through the following - Travel Republic (GTA) - 0845 6121 747 (or from overseas +44 20 8974 7200). Cost per person (3 shared a room with 2 double beds) was £25 a night on weekdays and £45 on fri/sat. Total for stay, had we have gone Sunday-thursday (we didn't though) would have been £125 each for 5 nights (granted this is with 3 sharing so the deal posted is better, but Caesers is worth the extra!).

Flight was £419 from a company called affordable holidays, tel 0208 9035551.

Theoretical cost had we have gone Sunday-Thursday would be £544
I've just done a search for later in February and got the price of £570, staying in the Hilton. They're not direct flights but for that price, I really wouldn't care!
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Being a Vegas veteran, I can honestly tell you this hotel/casino ranks at the low end. If it's your first time to Vegas, I wouldn't recommend it. The surrounding area is run down and has been decimated with the demolition of the Stardust, Westward Ho, and The New Frontier. However, having said that, only the Stardust should have been left alone !

Book flights and hotel separately. Look for deals on the strip anywhere between Mandalay Bay and Encore. Even mid price hotels such as Ballys and Flamingo won't cost a lot more and they are way above the Riviera in so many ways. Most of the best deals can be had at each hotels website.
gutted everytime I see a Vegas deal.....sooo wanna go back! but in September when its el scorchio
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I love vegas, last time I went I hired a car and drove to LA then San Francisco then back to vegas over 2 weeks, holiday of a lifetime. Vegas is good for 3 days but it gets old fast, go for a couple of weeks and drive around, california is beautiful. Don't go to Palm Springs, there's nothing there, Pismo Beach is heaven on earth.
The Riviera is one of the worse hotels in Vegas.February can also be very cold in Vegas,and 5 days is never enough time in Vegas.Been going to Las Vegas for years,and you can generally find a reasonable priced flight,and you can always get a good quality hotel for a good price.
Crap deal, indirect flight as stops in Atlanta

Book flights and hotel separately

Voted cold

i have just book flight to vegas with Virgin airlines who have return flights from Heathrow for £394 British Airways also have a sale on flights as well for the same price and you can get accomodation on this area easy peasy for £35 a night for a standard hotel like the Premier Inn over here.

Still nice deal for those who are want the package trip but i wont be voting hot or cold on this one thanks poster
At the people saying get a Taxi, how lazy are you, this is only a 15 min stroll to the Bellagio, Venetian, Mirage, Ceasers, TI, all the big ones.
love to know what size shoes you take.! we are talking mighty big steps here .......
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Not a great deal to be honest, do it separate yourself. As someone else said, direct flights with Virgin are £394 and then $127 (£81) for 5 nights at the Stratosphere (GREAT if you have a car and much better than the Riviera) or if you want the Riviera then its $253 (£162).
So adding up the costs if you want the same deal as the OP but with direct flights its: £556 - £36 more but again direct flight.
OR go for (in my opinion) a better hotel with much better prices on games at the top of the strip with direct flights for: £475. It is a little bit from the action end of the strip but a quick cab or if you are renting a car will be fine. Also the rides up the top of the tower are awesome!
For information I have also stayed at the Bellagio and MGM Grand and in my opinion the Bellagio has the nicest rooms but a stuffy atmosphere with everyone a bit full of themselves and the MGM is nice and in a great location but over priced. Depends what makes you happy really!
I haven't voted either way..........
Flight times in OP suggest it takes 24hrs to get there. I assume the arrival time is USA time so you can add another 8 hrs on for the time difference! That's a full 32hrs A-B!! Can that be right even with a layover in Atlanta? Very cold...
i looked u can get LA return in april for 350 for 2 weeks. get on that. then just pop over to vegas.
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I have to agree with Steve, there are better deals out there and I would not recommend this hotel for first time visitors. Anywhere from Mandalay Bay to Encore is there safe part of the 'strip'. For February and the first two weeks of March Expedia are offering some great packages. I saved over £1200 by booking flight and hotel together with them.

Vegas is not the best place to go on a budget, it almost defeats the point in going. Having said that there are plenty of nice hotels available for around £30-£50 a night. Also if you fly via LA it's much cheaper (about £130 less). You can then catch a internal flight (book separately) to vegas for as little as £30 return.
I have flown to LA, done 2 nights there (you don't need much more, I wasent too impressed...go to Universal though!. Then, hire a convertable and drive to Vegas, its a really nice simple drive, and a nice add on to the holiday experience!
I agree with Silly.. we stayed in vegas for about 4 days last time but got bored by the end of it. In our complete trip we also went to phoenix, san diego and LA.
I agree with Silly.. we stayed in vegas for about 4 days last time but got bored by the end of it. In our complete trip we also went to phoenix, san diego and LA.

I went for 7 days and found it far too short. Aug/Sept time. I'll do a little longer next time.

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