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Buffalo Bills Resort Hotel Las Vegas £3.00 or £4 per Night

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Buffalo Bills is a 3* Resort Hotel outside Las Vegas on the I5 nr the NV/CA Border, it is part of a resort of 3 hotels, with casinos, shopping mall and rollercoaster etc. Its 30 mins drive from centr… Read More
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Buffalo Bills is a 3* Resort Hotel outside Las Vegas on the I5 nr the NV/CA Border, it is part of a resort of 3 hotels, with casinos, shopping mall and rollercoaster etc. Its 30 mins drive from central Vegas and a good stopping point on the drive to Los Angeles.

Normally books at about £25 UK pounds a night which is a bargain, I stop here about once a month on work trips.

Hotels.com is booking it at £3 or £4 a night for the next few months, I have put though all my advance bookings till summer at this rate and they have been confirmed

The Rate is booking, SU,MON,TUE,WED,THUR Nights FRI.SAT Nights are still running a lot higher as is the norm for Vegas

So for a value hotel near vegas or a west coast road trip well worth a look in these times of Poor US$ exchange rates
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#1
Nice find. I've stayed there when driving from LA to Las Vegas. The slots are loose and the roller coaster is the highest one I've even been on.
#2
If I were allowed into the country it would be a start.
#3
diabeticguy
If I were allowed into the country it would be a start.


Importuning??
#4
I am considered a flight risk...
#5
seems a good price for a hotel with facilities. i mean you pay more than that in england for a tent.
#6
my dad flew to usa 4 times and he was a diabetic - it was years ago mind you :thinking:
#7
dozzer32
seems a good price for a hotel with facilities. i mean you pay more than that in england for a tent.

I have a tent you can use £50 refundable deposit and then ... £2.50 a night ? , pm me ;)
#8
Good deal! i really want to go to Vegas and LA and that price what a bargain! How come it is so cheap?
#9
It's kinda in limbo land really, if you have driven from LA you may aswell do the last 20 mins to Vegas, if you are driving to LA you have only just left Vegas.

If you just want to gamble then it's spot on!!
#10
Is there any public transport between the hotel and central vegas? How regularly does it run? I'm not holding out much hope for this. Getting around LA without a car was a nightmare!
#11
in response to Dancing Diva - its cheap 'cos its 30 miles South of Las Vegas ( on the Nevada / California border ) You'd need a car to get to Vegas , unless you want to ride the shuttle bus to / from the attached Outlet Mall ( think it runs 3 times a day )

You could get Circus Circus on the strip for around £30 per night midweek ( per ROOM not per person ) whilst not, by any stretch of the imagination, salubrious it is passable if you are on a budget.
#12
id love to go vegas ! but the poor $ rate atm stops me from going :(
#13
Slightly off topic, but if you spend time in Vegas then you really have to go to the Grand Canyon, the Skywalk (although I found being at the top of the 5/8th height Eiffel Tower on the Strip scarier!) and Hoover Dam. If you get a coach excursion to the Canyon, it will probably stop off at the dam on the way there or back; unfortunately, the coach park is on the inlet tower side of the dam, so you don't get to see the sheer face of the dam wall itself, which is surely the most spectacular aspect of the dam, particularly if Universal Soldier was one of your favourite childhood films. Shame. Rather like being in the Louvre and knowing that the Mona Lisa is in the next room which you can't go into. :x
#14
lol I went a bit over the top but your 100% correct in what urve said, Im from essex (not a chav) but I dont say jokes about essex girls etc are rascist, sexiest or downgrading its a joke
#15
Cowpie4
lol I went a bit over the top but your 100% correct in what urve said, Im from essex (not a chav) but I dont say jokes about essex girls etc are rascist, sexiest or downgrading its a joke

ooooooh essex .... you gott be a chav then. Essex girls are a flight risk too , the pilots cant keep their eyes on where they are going as they're too busy checking out the belts they're wearing as skirts !! (awaiting ban!) LOL


Anyway Jesting aside , we've strayed aliitle off topic here , as for the deal ,, great price but not voted either way as its neither in vegas or LA and not enough distance away from Vegas for a stop off in between either so possibly not the best choice of location ...... same deal in Vegas itself would be HOT
#16
Nice find! :thumbsup:

I spent a night there as a stop over during a long drive to Vegas. Can't fault it at all, lots of facilities and there is an amazing outlet centre very close by!
#17
if you were desperate for a place to stay (ie. on the run from the local sheriff) then it's a great deal! Heat added!
#18
terriclarkfan
Slightly off topic, but if you spend time in Vegas then you really have to go to the Grand Canyon, the Skywalk (although I found being at the top of the 5/8th height Eiffel Tower on the Strip scarier!) and Hoover Dam. If you get a coach excursion to the Canyon, it will probably stop off at the dam on the way there or back; unfortunately, the coach park is on the inlet tower side of the dam, so you don't get to see the sheer face of the dam wall itself, which is surely the most spectacular aspect of the dam, particularly if Universal Soldier was one of your favourite childhood films. Shame. Rather like being in the Louvre and knowing that the Mona Lisa is in the next room which you can't go into. :x


Thanks for the info......can't wait to go in May this year. Anyone got advise on where to stay in Yosemite by any chance? Want fairly decent accomodation (Mrs won't go camping!) but not too pricey?!
#19
Ah.. this is the wacky little place between Barstow and Vegas I presume. I doubt you'd want to stay more than one night but a good cheap stop-off.
#20
mrluke
id love to go vegas ! but the poor $ rate atm stops me from going :(


Sorry to tell you but theres a world wide recession...... just look at the EURO, think you still get value for money in america, well hope so as i'm flying to vegas april for 10 nights its my weddind....:w00t:
#21
diabeticguy
I am considered a flight risk...


Do tell more :whistling:

Vegas is great but there are budget places on the strip albeit not that cheap.

I don't see the point of going all that way and then scrimping so much on the hotels.

EDIT - due to diabetes?
#22
Don't worry about the bad doller, vegas is a really good value place to go - if you can get a decent price for a flight then they have some great deals on hotels.
#23
takreem
in response to Dancing Diva - its cheap 'cos its 30 miles South of Las Vegas ( on the Nevada / California border ) You'd need a car to get to Vegas , unless you want to ride the shuttle bus to / from the attached Outlet Mall ( think it runs 3 times a day )

You could get Circus Circus on the strip for around £30 per night midweek ( per ROOM not per person ) whilst not, by any stretch of the imagination, salubrious it is passable if you are on a budget.

Circus circus available for $20 a night $ not pounds.

I vote this deal cold it is just not worth staying in Primm as there is nothing there. its a bit like going to London and staying 30 miles outside
#24
SpoonyBoy
Thanks for the info......can't wait to go in May this year. Anyone got advise on where to stay in Yosemite by any chance? Want fairly decent accomodation (Mrs won't go camping!) but not too pricey?!
The best place is in the park itslef but that accom usually gets fully booked about a year in advance, so you maybe to late
#25
SpoonyBoy
Thanks for the info......can't wait to go in May this year. Anyone got advise on where to stay in Yosemite by any chance? Want fairly decent accomodation (Mrs won't go camping!) but not too pricey?!


we stayed at the Narrow gauge inn at the south entrance nice oldie worldie us country style set right on the border of Yosemite and has a restaurant to boot which is a god send around there as you'll have been travelling for a long time.

just PM me if want any info on routes etc from vegas we travelled from San fran to Vegas and it was the best thing we've ever done :thumbsup:

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