Las Vegas 16 Nights Incl Hotel & Flights £588pp @ Holiday Pirates (Nov/Dec 2014)(Total Price per Couple £1260) - HotUKDeals
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Ever wanted to visit Vegas? Check out this fab deal that Ebookers are offering.

16 Nights accommodation and return flights for less than £588 each.

This price is based four adults sharing with flights from Dublin on 20th November untll 9th December but the same holiday is available from Manchester for £630pp.
The same trip can be purchased for 2 adults and will cost £630pp from Dublin or £662pp from Manchester.
This excellent price includes a 16 night stay at Stratosphere Casino Hotel and Tower which is rated 3.5/5 on Trip Advisor. Set slightly back from the strip but close enough to enjoy the amenities at your leisure, this hotel is ideally located for getting out and about.

Las Vegas is the largest city in the US State Nevada and renowned as "The Entertainment Capital of the World". With its numerous casino-hotels and shows it is one of the top tourist locations in the world.

There is a lot to do in Las Vegas and even a lot more to see so we suggest checking out Trip Advisor to plan before you travel.

For anyone wishing to hire a car to get out and about during their stay then we would suggest checking out Carrentals.co.uk whose easy to use site always has great prices.
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3 Likes #1
16 nights in Vegas oO
2 Likes #2
fo_sho_yo
16 nights in Vegas oO

Hire a car, so much to see and do. Use Vegas as the hub for your visit.

Great deal voted HOT!

Hotel is fine if you have a car.
#3
4 adults in one room for 16 nights - kidding right? Go via TopCashBack (6.3%) or similar for cashback rather than link above. Strange not mentioned as further (although not guaranteed) saving of £79.38 to be had.
[Holiday Pirates] 1 Like #4
Grouchi
4 adults in one room for 16 nights - kidding right? Go via TopCashBack (6.3%) or similar for cashback rather than link above. Strange not mentioned as further (although not guaranteed) saving of £79.38 to be had.
hi Grouchie, there is an option for a couple too and thanks for the tip on cashback I am sure that will help people :)
3 Likes #5
Personally, I think that 16 nights is too long to spend in the Vegas area. We go every year for around 8/9 nights and are always good for home then. Most people we know think we are crazy going for that long even!

Also, be aware that the Strat is quite remote from the action.

Personally, I think you can get a better value deal than this if you wait. Each year, we pay around £530 for direct flights with VA but you can go indirect for around £400. You'll also be able to get a better hotel for a more reasonable length of time, potentially at a better time of year (pools are definitely closed at these dates) for around the same price.

That's just my opinion, as a regular visitor to Vegas bud of course, this could work for some...

:)
#6
Agree with aronsimmo, 16 days way to long in Vegas but a excellent location to base yourself as California isn't to far away
#7
Hi Stacey

Anything similay in mid September?
#8
We go twice a year to Vegas,usually between 11-13 nights....and I could quite happily stay longer.
If you are planning on all out partying,and excessive gambling,then of course 16 nights is to long.
We go for the shows,shopping,site seeing and generally relaxing in a one of a kind place.
Only came back from 13 night stay 3 weeks ago,and can't wait for Novembers 13 night stay.
Everyone is different,but it's wrong for people to say Vegas is only for short stays.
As mentioned above,California is only an hours flight from Vegas,and on a couple of trips we have booked a cheap southwest return flight to Anaheim.Stay in hotel for a night,and have a couple of days in Disneyland before flying back to Vegas.
#9
Went for four days, stayed three. Its like Blackpool on heat.
2 Likes #10
speedski

Went for four days, stayed three. Its like Blackpool on heat.
nothing like blackpool ! how can you comparé any of the strip hôtels to b&b s , they cost 100s of million to build , the restaurants are amazing and not cheap to eat at . and 100s of world famous acts . the same as blackpool !!!!!!!
you mean blackpool is trying to be the council estate equivelent to vegas !!!!!!
#11
It's not like Blackpool in any way whatsoever, Blackpool is a complete dump of a place.

16 nights is long but if you're happy to shop, go to shows and laze by the pool then it's no different to anywhere else. There are tons of activities to fill the days like golf, shooting, Grand Canyon, Death Valley etc.

I would give the Stratosphere a miss, too remote and nothing like the main strip casinos. The rides on the top of it and the observation deck are worth a visit though.
1 Like #12
Echo everything above. 16 nights is too long, even if you are seeing sites outside of Vegas.

4 adults sharing 1 room is not an option for pretty much everyone.

And the Stratosphere is not a good hotel and is miles away from anywhere.

You'd be better off getting a better hotel for 5 nights for a similar price.
#13
speedski
Went for four days, stayed three. Its like Blackpool on heat.

Sounds like someone is bitter because the place was too expensive for them.
#14
Ian182
speedski
Went for four days, stayed three. Its like Blackpool on heat.

Sounds like someone is bitter because the place was too expensive for them.

My what a sweeping statement. It wasn't too expensive (although is very nickle and dimed, especially in restaurants - two of us for calamari and a pizza, three drinks and the bill was $225 @ MGM Grand - absolute rip off) - it was just full of alcohol fueled idiots, hookers, dancers etc.

I can easily afford the place, I just won't be robbed for poor quality just 'because' im in Vegas.

The only thing it was worth going there for was the Grand Canyon - other than that - three days was more than enough.
#15
Don't wish to be mean but this price is from Ireland, should really state price from the UK which is £630. Also, I wouldn't stay in a hotel with 3.5 tripadvisor rating, esp in a place like Vegas where hotel prices off season are usually pretty competitive. Sorry :(
#16
Would you be able to point me in the direction of flights at this price, or when/where to look out for them if not currently available.

I'm not doubting you, I'm genuinely interested. I hear a lot of people quote these sorts of figures but never see them. VA tends to be nearer 900 and indirect 600

aronsimmo
Personally, I think that 16 nights is too long to spend in the Vegas area. We go every year for around 8/9 nights and are always good for home then. Most people we know think we are crazy going for that long even!

Also, be aware that the Strat is quite remote from the action.

Personally, I think you can get a better value deal than this if you wait. Each year, we pay around £530 for direct flights with VA but you can go indirect for around £400. You'll also be able to get a better hotel for a more reasonable length of time, potentially at a better time of year (pools are definitely closed at these dates) for around the same price.

That's just my opinion, as a regular visitor to Vegas bud of course, this could work for some...

:)
#17
aronsimmo
Personally, I think that 16 nights is too long to spend in the Vegas area. We go every year for around 8/9 nights and are always good for home then. Most people we know think we are crazy going for that long even!

Also, be aware that the Strat is quite remote from the action.

Personally, I think you can get a better value deal than this if you wait. Each year, we pay around £530 for direct flights with VA but you can go indirect for around £400. You'll also be able to get a better hotel for a more reasonable length of time, potentially at a better time of year (pools are definitely closed at these dates) for around the same price.

That's just my opinion, as a regular visitor to Vegas bud of course, this could work for some...

:)
Where do you get flight prices of £530 direct from, who do you book with. Im looking for next April?
#18
selurz
Would you be able to point me in the direction of flights at this price, or when/where to look out for them if not currently available.

I'm not doubting you, I'm genuinely interested. I hear a lot of people quote these sorts of figures but never see them. VA tends to be nearer 900 and indirect 600

aronsimmo
Personally, I think that 16 nights is too long to spend in the Vegas area. We go every year for around 8/9 nights and are always good for home then. Most people we know think we are crazy going for that long even!

Also, be aware that the Strat is quite remote from the action.

Personally, I think you can get a better value deal than this if you wait. Each year, we pay around £530 for direct flights with VA but you can go indirect for around £400. You'll also be able to get a better hotel for a more reasonable length of time, potentially at a better time of year (pools are definitely closed at these dates) for around the same price.

That's just my opinion, as a regular visitor to Vegas bud of course, this could work for some...

:)

You'll need to be looking when BA/Virgin are in sale. This varies but they have a few a year. As an example, each January we've always booked in the Virgin sale for our late March trip. I know it's vague but it's hard to give hard fast dates for things like this. But if you're thinking of going and are in no rush to book, just keep looking for sales.
1 Like #19
OK cheers, will keep a look out

aronsimmo
selurz
Would you be able to point me in the direction of flights at this price, or when/where to look out for them if not currently available.

I'm not doubting you, I'm genuinely interested. I hear a lot of people quote these sorts of figures but never see them. VA tends to be nearer 900 and indirect 600

aronsimmo
Personally, I think that 16 nights is too long to spend in the Vegas area. We go every year for around 8/9 nights and are always good for home then. Most people we know think we are crazy going for that long even!

Also, be aware that the Strat is quite remote from the action.

Personally, I think you can get a better value deal than this if you wait. Each year, we pay around £530 for direct flights with VA but you can go indirect for around £400. You'll also be able to get a better hotel for a more reasonable length of time, potentially at a better time of year (pools are definitely closed at these dates) for around the same price.

That's just my opinion, as a regular visitor to Vegas bud of course, this could work for some...

:)

You'll need to be looking when BA/Virgin are in sale. This varies but they have a few a year. As an example, each January we've always booked in the Virgin sale for our late March trip. I know it's vague but it's hard to give hard fast dates for things like this. But if you're thinking of going and are in no rush to book, just keep looking for sales.
1 Like #20
LV is an odd place. Lots of pensioners handing out flyers for prostitutes in the middle of day. Now imagine the headlines in the UK if that happened. "Austerity cuts force grandma into prostitution"

However get a flight arriving there (cheap car hire) then see the amazing natural wonders round there (e.g. Grand/ Bryce/ Zion/ Death/ Monument Valley and if you've got 16 days you may even do all of these things and Yosemite). Open Jaws mean you can leave from somewhere like LA/ SF for more of a big city vibe. The nicest thing about LV were the quality of the hotels for the price and the shows e.g. Love. The buffets were ok but nothing to write home about (despite what the guidebooks might say)
#21
aronsimmo
selurz
Would you be able to point me in the direction of flights at this price, or when/where to look out for them if not currently available.

I'm not doubting you, I'm genuinely interested. I hear a lot of people quote these sorts of figures but never see them. VA tends to be nearer 900 and indirect 600

aronsimmo
Personally, I think that 16 nights is too long to spend in the Vegas area. We go every year for around 8/9 nights and are always good for home then. Most people we know think we are crazy going for that long even!

Also, be aware that the Strat is quite remote from the action.

Personally, I think you can get a better value deal than this if you wait. Each year, we pay around £530 for direct flights with VA but you can go indirect for around £400. You'll also be able to get a better hotel for a more reasonable length of time, potentially at a better time of year (pools are definitely closed at these dates) for around the same price.

That's just my opinion, as a regular visitor to Vegas bud of course, this could work for some...

:)

You'll need to be looking when BA/Virgin are in sale. This varies but they have a few a year. As an example, each January we've always booked in the Virgin sale for our late March trip. I know it's vague but it's hard to give hard fast dates for things like this. But if you're thinking of going and are in no rush to book, just keep looking for sales.


Does anyone know if there are plans for VA stopping their direct flights from Manchester? I can't find any direct flights for 2015 or October 2014.
Over the last 3 years and travelling to Vegas around March/April/May time with direct VA flights from Manchester to LV the cheapest I have found were around £650. I don't recall seeing them cheaper.
#22
love vegas went in 2010...remember one night was found passed out in a night club toilet cubicle. ..too much jagerbomb...I want to go back :-).
#23
i went to vegas 2 years ago and stayed for 13 nights. it was my first time in the states too. we spent 2 days in Cali at Santa Monica, and a further 2 days on the hoover and lake on jet skis and power boats/ lounger boats. It was the nutts. i would love to go back :-) stayed at harrahs- if i would go back again i would stay at MGM New York New York hotels as i liked the vibe around that area of the strip. :-) Oh we also went a did some drifting in some scabby 13's (tramp drift) but still enjoyed it! :-)
#24
Although I wouldn't choose the Strat myself, it does have Dino's bar nearby and you aint too far from Peppermills and Frankies Tiki Room.
#25
I'd be dead after 16 nights in Vegas....... and broke lol
#26
A lot of people choose to go to Vegas for a shorter period, its boring to see the same post repeated ten times...

BUT...
If you're looking for a 16 night stay then this is quite a good deal. Until each of you can come up with something better then be fair to the op and vote/comment fairly.
#27
speedski
Ian182
speedski
Went for four days, stayed three. Its like Blackpool on heat.

Sounds like someone is bitter because the place was too expensive for them.

My what a sweeping statement. It wasn't too expensive (although is very nickle and dimed, especially in restaurants - two of us for calamari and a pizza, three drinks and the bill was $225 @ MGM Grand - absolute rip off) - it was just full of alcohol fueled idiots, hookers, dancers etc.

I can easily afford the place, I just won't be robbed for poor quality just 'because' im in Vegas.

The only thing it was worth going there for was the Grand Canyon - other than that - three days was more than enough.

1. If you had poor quality, then you were making poor choices.

2. I don't believe you paid $225 for calimari, pizza and 3 drinks. If those 3 drinks were 3 bottles of wine, maybe. Show me the menu of the place you went to.

Exaggerating to this extent undermines your whole argument.
#28
They are apparently trying to make Blackpool more like. But Nevada made LV as a) the land was cheap b) tax was minimal c) policing was minimal d) the house always wins and when there is nothing else to do than gamble -> even better. Strangely they want LV to be more like Blackpool by encouraging stag-do's and families (difficult to juggle the two together tbh)
#29
Ian182
speedski
Ian182
speedski
Went for four days, stayed three. Its like Blackpool on heat.

Sounds like someone is bitter because the place was too expensive for them.

My what a sweeping statement. It wasn't too expensive (although is very nickle and dimed, especially in restaurants - two of us for calamari and a pizza, three drinks and the bill was $225 @ MGM Grand - absolute rip off) - it was just full of alcohol fueled idiots, hookers, dancers etc.

I can easily afford the place, I just won't be robbed for poor quality just 'because' im in Vegas.

The only thing it was worth going there for was the Grand Canyon - other than that - three days was more than enough.

1. If you had poor quality, then you were making poor choices.

2. I don't believe you paid $225 for calimari, pizza and 3 drinks. If those 3 drinks were 3 bottles of wine, maybe. Show me the menu of the place you went to.

Exaggerating to this extent undermines your whole argument.

I don't doubt him at all. Calamari was probably 25$ and Pizza 35$ at MGM prices, add three drinks each at 10$ (remember a beer is about 8-10$ in Vegas restaurants), add on 10% tax and 15-20% gratuity and there's your 225$
#30
monogram
Ian182
speedski
Ian182
speedski
Went for four days, stayed three. Its like Blackpool on heat.

Sounds like someone is bitter because the place was too expensive for them.

My what a sweeping statement. It wasn't too expensive (although is very nickle and dimed, especially in restaurants - two of us for calamari and a pizza, three drinks and the bill was $225 @ MGM Grand - absolute rip off) - it was just full of alcohol fueled idiots, hookers, dancers etc.

I can easily afford the place, I just won't be robbed for poor quality just 'because' im in Vegas.

The only thing it was worth going there for was the Grand Canyon - other than that - three days was more than enough.

1. If you had poor quality, then you were making poor choices.

2. I don't believe you paid $225 for calimari, pizza and 3 drinks. If those 3 drinks were 3 bottles of wine, maybe. Show me the menu of the place you went to.

Exaggerating to this extent undermines your whole argument.

I don't doubt him at all. Calamari was probably 25$ and Pizza 35$ at MGM prices, add three drinks each at 10$ (remember a beer is about 8-10$ in Vegas restaurants), add on 10% tax and 15-20% gratuity and there's your 225$

From 2 mins of research, if he had expensive Pizza and Calamari at the MGM, then it was most likely the Wolfgang Puck bar & grill. In which case, I agree, the bill could have been $225.

However, if he was fussed about the price, then he's an idiot for a) going to a Wolfgang Puck restaurant in the first place and b) not checking the menu prices first.

You can't complain about a restaurant being expensive when you don't bother to check the prices in advance.

Edited By: Ian182 on Jun 23, 2014 17:38
#31
Ian182
monogram
Ian182
speedski
Ian182
speedski
Went for four days, stayed three. Its like Blackpool on heat.

Sounds like someone is bitter because the place was too expensive for them.

My what a sweeping statement. It wasn't too expensive (although is very nickle and dimed, especially in restaurants - two of us for calamari and a pizza, three drinks and the bill was $225 @ MGM Grand - absolute rip off) - it was just full of alcohol fueled idiots, hookers, dancers etc.

I can easily afford the place, I just won't be robbed for poor quality just 'because' im in Vegas.

The only thing it was worth going there for was the Grand Canyon - other than that - three days was more than enough.

1. If you had poor quality, then you were making poor choices.

2. I don't believe you paid $225 for calimari, pizza and 3 drinks. If those 3 drinks were 3 bottles of wine, maybe. Show me the menu of the place you went to.

Exaggerating to this extent undermines your whole argument.

I don't doubt him at all. Calamari was probably 25$ and Pizza 35$ at MGM prices, add three drinks each at 10$ (remember a beer is about 8-10$ in Vegas restaurants), add on 10% tax and 15-20% gratuity and there's your 225$

From 2 mins of research, if he had expensive Pizza and Calamari at the MGM, then it was most likely the Wolfgang Puck bar & grill. In which case, I agree, the bill could have been $225.

However, if he was fussed about the price, then he's an idiot for a) going to a Wolfgang Puck restaurant in the first place and b) not checking the menu prices first.

You can't complain about a restaurant being expensive when you don't bother to check the prices in advance.

I agree with all points. The $25 BREAKFAST (!!) buffet was expensive enough for me.
#32
monogram
Ian182
monogram
Ian182
speedski
Ian182
speedski
Went for four days, stayed three. Its like Blackpool on heat.

Sounds like someone is bitter because the place was too expensive for them.

My what a sweeping statement. It wasn't too expensive (although is very nickle and dimed, especially in restaurants - two of us for calamari and a pizza, three drinks and the bill was $225 @ MGM Grand - absolute rip off) - it was just full of alcohol fueled idiots, hookers, dancers etc.

I can easily afford the place, I just won't be robbed for poor quality just 'because' im in Vegas.

The only thing it was worth going there for was the Grand Canyon - other than that - three days was more than enough.

1. If you had poor quality, then you were making poor choices.

2. I don't believe you paid $225 for calimari, pizza and 3 drinks. If those 3 drinks were 3 bottles of wine, maybe. Show me the menu of the place you went to.

Exaggerating to this extent undermines your whole argument.

I don't doubt him at all. Calamari was probably 25$ and Pizza 35$ at MGM prices, add three drinks each at 10$ (remember a beer is about 8-10$ in Vegas restaurants), add on 10% tax and 15-20% gratuity and there's your 225$

From 2 mins of research, if he had expensive Pizza and Calamari at the MGM, then it was most likely the Wolfgang Puck bar & grill. In which case, I agree, the bill could have been $225.

However, if he was fussed about the price, then he's an idiot for a) going to a Wolfgang Puck restaurant in the first place and b) not checking the menu prices first.

You can't complain about a restaurant being expensive when you don't bother to check the prices in advance.

I agree with all points. The $25 BREAKFAST (!!) buffet was expensive enough for me.

If you think a $25 breakfast buffet is expensive, you probably shouldn't even bother with Vegas. Stick to a campsite in Cornwall where you can cook your own.

The quality of the food in the best Vegas buffets is exceptional. Much better than you would get at hotels over here. And most decent UK hotels would charge you the same, around £15.
#33
Ian182
monogram
Ian182
monogram
Ian182
speedski
Ian182
speedski
Went for four days, stayed three. Its like Blackpool on heat.

Sounds like someone is bitter because the place was too expensive for them.

My what a sweeping statement. It wasn't too expensive (although is very nickle and dimed, especially in restaurants - two of us for calamari and a pizza, three drinks and the bill was $225 @ MGM Grand - absolute rip off) - it was just full of alcohol fueled idiots, hookers, dancers etc.

I can easily afford the place, I just won't be robbed for poor quality just 'because' im in Vegas.

The only thing it was worth going there for was the Grand Canyon - other than that - three days was more than enough.

1. If you had poor quality, then you were making poor choices.

2. I don't believe you paid $225 for calimari, pizza and 3 drinks. If those 3 drinks were 3 bottles of wine, maybe. Show me the menu of the place you went to.

Exaggerating to this extent undermines your whole argument.

I don't doubt him at all. Calamari was probably 25$ and Pizza 35$ at MGM prices, add three drinks each at 10$ (remember a beer is about 8-10$ in Vegas restaurants), add on 10% tax and 15-20% gratuity and there's your 225$

From 2 mins of research, if he had expensive Pizza and Calamari at the MGM, then it was most likely the Wolfgang Puck bar & grill. In which case, I agree, the bill could have been $225.

However, if he was fussed about the price, then he's an idiot for a) going to a Wolfgang Puck restaurant in the first place and b) not checking the menu prices first.

You can't complain about a restaurant being expensive when you don't bother to check the prices in advance.

I agree with all points. The $25 BREAKFAST (!!) buffet was expensive enough for me.

If you think a $25 breakfast buffet is expensive, you probably shouldn't even bother with Vegas. Stick to a campsite in Cornwall where you can cook your own.

The quality of the food in the best Vegas buffets is exceptional. Much better than you would get at hotels over here. And most decent UK hotels would charge you the same, around £15.

Thanks for that mate. I go every year for a conference with work, but if I ever pay for myself I'll take your advice and stick to Cornwall.
#34
Why you moaning about the cost of a $25 breakfast if work pays for it?!?

The people on this site nowadays are weird. HUKD has seriously gone downhill over the last few years. Full of idiots and decent deals are very few and far between.

Edited By: Ian182 on Jul 01, 2014 14:54
#35
16 nights in Vegas . . . . . . . I blooming wish !

We had 10 nights at The Encore and it just wasn't long enough. I guess it depends what you want to see & do but I would love longer next time we go !
Heat added even if only used as a base. Maybe not a central strip hotel but still not a bad location especially handy for Fremont st.

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