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Was just searching for a hotel in Las Vegas and found that the Hilton was coming up cheaper than many of the 2/3* 'budget' options!

The price if you search Lastminute.com is around £40/night (most sites are giving prices of £50-60, including the official Hilton one).

HOWEVER.... If you first search for 'Las Vegas' on Skyscanner.net (direct link button), you get displayed an even better offer and when you click through to Lastminute from the sky scanner link, the prices of the Hilton hotel are dropped even further!

Price seems to be Monday-Thursday with very good availability (I looked in May). More at weekends, but still well below standard. Lastminute says it's '70%' off...

You can then go onto Quidco and load up a Last minute page to replace the cookie with a quidco one, keep the discount rate and collect 7% cashback!

EDIT: Direct link seems to go to Hilton website now...? Use: http://www.skyscanner.net to search first before clicking through to Last minute.com to book.
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#2
go for the one bed suit it is well worth it at that price
#3
miles136
go for the one bed suit it is well worth it at that price


Is that one of those teflon 'non-iron' numbers?
#4
Ive booked 10 nights in september...i went for Bills Gamblin Hall which has good reviews...

£1300 for both of us for 10 nights including hotel with us airways from expedia...


Bills is number 13 or 268 on trip advisor

also got £107 back from quidco which was nice :)
#5
The Hilton is very far off the strip and quite out the way if you ask me. I stayed at the Hard Rock and thought that was off the beaten track but compared to the Hilton it wasn't.

If you want to stay in the heart of the Strip - Bellagio, Caesers, Venetian, MGM are the best but priciest. New York, Paris, Planet Hollywood are the best placed at slightly better price. Down the price scale again the Flamingo, Imperial Palace, Ballys are centrally located.

The Luxor is a little out of the way but not that much. It is very close to the MGM & NY, NY. There is a tram link to Excalibur and one between Monte Carlo & Bellagio.

The Wynn is awesome but a little further down the strip. The Stratosphere & Hilton are way, way down the strip furthest from all the other hotels but I suppose they are closer to the old Vegas and Fremont Street.

Best for kids are Excalibur, TI or Circus, Circus.

The Hard Rock is about a 1/2 mile walk off the centre off the strip (closest to Planet Hollywood) but it is the best hotel for facilities I was in. Also the decor and vibe was a lot different from the rest which all began to look a little samey inside. The pool is one of the best in the world, the rooms are luxurious and I didn't hear a single song I didn't like playing in the bars the whole time I was there! If you don't walking a little, or getting the occasional cab it's great. If you just want to enjoy the hotel it was the most enjoyable in my opinion.
#6
Bills gamblin hall is right next to the bellagio and the flamingo so thats in a very good spot
#7
bigianfromcrash
The Hilton is very far off the strip and quite out the way if you ask me. I stayed at the Hard Rock and thought that was off the beaten track but compared to the Hilton it wasn't.

If you want to stay in the heart of the Strip - Bellagio, Caesers, Venetian, MGM are the best but priciest. New York, Paris, Planet Hollywood are the best placed at slightly better price. Down the price scale again the Flamingo, Imperial Palace, Ballys are centrally located.


The Las Vegas Monorail stops at the Hilton and that is a quick, easy and cheap way of getting to the other Hotels (and getting back when you've had a *really* good night). :)
#8
addy2hotty

The monorail is good, but I don't know if I'd call it cheap. I think it was $10 a journey, $14 for a day pass or $30 for 3 days. If it stops right in the Hilton tho I suppose that is useful.

I'm not sure about the Monorail regularity but one thing I do know is that the buses are pointless and I would advise anyone going to Vegas not even to bother considering them. The strip is too busy with traffic lights every 100 yards, so it's no quicker than walking and they are terribly infrequent.
#9
One thing I'd recommend to anyone going to Vegas soon is the Neon Museums Boneyard tour. It was featured in a BBC4 documentary about Vegas recently and it's the best photo spot in the whole town.

http://neonmuseum.org/the-boneyard.html

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