If you like to plan well in advance for your holiday then check out this November trip to Last Vegas. To get great value flights, you will be flying from Dublin which means I've included in this price flights to Dublin and a 2 night stay in Dublin. A few pints of Guinness is a great start to this trip in my opinion! I've planned this trip using flights from Bristol but as Dublin is an easy to get to city with a range of low budget airlines you could adjust this deal to suit.
The flights are longer than normal, but the price is good. I also find when flying from Ireland for USA it is quicker with immigration etc. The flights from Dublin also means for people that are closer to regional airports you can connect to Dublin and combine it with a city break.
In USA I'm not going to lie, you can get much cheaper hotels then the Mandarin and NY NY (the Mandarin is a fantastic rate and strangely cheap when other nights are in excess of £300 a night!) but I've picked hotels right in heart of the Strip. Similarly in the Grand Canyon area, you can find cheaper but I've picked a lovely hotel right at the entrance to the South Rim for great sunset and sunrise views. Cheaper lodges are available.
30 October to 1 November
Flying from Bristol you'll arrive into Dublin and stay for 2 nights at the Maple Hotel. This is a budget hotel in the heart of Dublin complete with bar on site. Walking distance to most attractions it's exactly where you want to be for a city break.
On 1 November you'll fly to Las Vegas. Flights have 2 very short stops but when arriving in Vegas you'll stay at the 5* Mandarin Odiental hotel for the night. Ideal to recharge your batteries.
On 2 November you'll pick up your hire car from Treasure Island hotel and drive to the Grand Canyon, you can stop at Hoover Dam and Lake Meade too. You can do day trips but if heading to the South Rim it can be a long day and I would really recommend staying a couple of nights to really enjoy the surrounding areas. I've based you at the Best Western which is near to the South Rim and has great reviews, although there are cheaper I think this represents great value.
Returning to Vegas you'll drop your hire car back on 4th at Treasure Island and then head to the 4* New York, New York where you will spend another 3 nights.
You'll leave Vegas on 7th and arrive back into Dublin on 8th where you'll connect back to Bristol with Ryanair.
Flights to Dublin from Bristol with luggage book at Ryanair £119.96
2 nights in Dublin book at Amoma £80
Return flights Dublin to Vegas book at €646.18/£564.52
1 night in 5* Mandarin Oriental £41 + taxes and resort fee £38
Car Hire book at Easy Car £64.06
2 nights Best Western Premier Squire Inn £178 book at Amoma
3 nights at the 4* New York New York book at Amoma £261.90 (plus resort fee £73.89 pay at hotel)