Circus Circus Hotel, Las Vegas 3 nights room only including return flights with Delta Airlines £349pp (Extra Nights £14pp) or 10 nights £447 - HotUKDeals
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The Apollo Night Flight. Toast the evening with a glass of bubbly, then rise above the City of Lights to see the spectacular Las Vegas Strip from the safety and comfort of your jetcopter. From £35 per person.

The Circus Circus is a family oriented hotel is a multi-storey tower, 15 storey twin towers and 5 building manor located across the street from the main complex and connected by sky shuttle. Situated approximately 5km from the train station and 12km from the airport.

Hotel facilities include up to 5 restaurants, 7 bars, 2 coffee shops, daily entertainment including world famous circus acts, adventurdome with video games, rides and attractions, 3 casinos, 3 swimming pools, shops and free car parking.

3744 guest rooms each with air conditioning, telephone, colour television and in room safety deposit box. Rooms for non smokers and disabled guests are available on request.

Please note peak date/convention room supplements apply throughout the year

3 nights at the 3* Circus Circus Hotel,
Return flights with Delta Airlines from London Gatwick
All pre-payable airport taxes
Valid for departures 01 Sep 2009 to 30 Sep 2009
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Brilliant price but this hotel is so tired ang grubby now.

It is worth asking if you can alter the hotel on this deal. Monte Carlo is a relatively nice property, more centrally located and the room rates are very reasonable too.
Decent hotel if you have kids though.
But I would not fly 13 hours to spend 3 nights at a destination.
you can add extra nights for as little as £14pp
Brilliant price but this hotel is so tired ang grubby now.

Not sure when you last visited circus',but our room was brand spanking new in december last year.The whole block(cant remember the name had been refurbished with new bathrooms,flooring and large flatscreen tv's throughout.
Very good and cheap hotel.
You can choose other more glam hotels,but as you go in and out of most during your stay,you dont need to spend more for a bed
Booking here i come.........:thumbsup:
Stayed there about 7 years ago and it was fine, went back to Vegas in 2006 and what a difference, tried, grubby, dirty, etc wouldn't stay there. Infact i "think" its earmarked for demolition next. The area up there has grown a lot more seedy now as well.
also visited in 2006 but just the casino not hotel and it looked v tired and leaky in places probally one of the worst we went in tbh
Decent hotel if you have kids though.
But I would not fly 13 hours to spend 3 nights at a destination.

Definatley agree to that.

you can add extra nights for as little as £14pp

Totally agree about the hotel being very shabby, Good to visit if you have kids, Its further up the strip and has no monorail access and the further up you go towards the Stratosphere(? Spelling) the dodgier it looks, If your looking for something central and not as pricey as some of the fancier hotel I would say Harrahs, Slap bang in the middle of the strip, walking distance to most of the hotels and has monorail access connected to the hotel.
Fremont street is the best part of Vegas
Good price bad hotel smells like toilets :-/ and a good walk to decent hotel & areas

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