4 Night Las Vegas Break - 4* Tropicana Hotel, VA Flights, Resort Fee included = £335pp (£670.69) @ Virgin Atlantic (+ more hotel offers!)
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4 Night Las Vegas Break - 4* Tropicana Hotel, VA Flights, Resort Fee included = £335pp (£670.69) @ Virgin Atlantic (+ more hotel offers!)

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Posted 8th Sep
Stumbled across this fantastic price for anyone who might be looking for a wonderful 4-night break to Las Vegas in November. You'll be flying with Virgin Atlantic (Delta codeshare) from LHR on 24th November, returning back 28th November. I have priced this up with four nights at the 4* Tropicana Las Vegas, as Virgin Atlantic have a deal with them where the resort fee is waived. I have stayed at this hotel on a number of occasions and really enjoyed it. It sits on the four corners with NYNY, MGM Grand and Excalibur.

The flights are indirect and only include 10kg Hand Luggage per person, although you will be able to add luggage on if you wish.

There are a number of other great hotel deals though, if you didn't fancy the Tropicana. For £400pp you can stay at the amazing 5* Cosmopolitan hotel, which is my favourite hotel on the strip. You'll have the resort fees there though.

Also, there are numerous MGM hotels that include a daily food & beverage credit. I understand this to be $50 per day, but I can't find confirmation of that on the VA site. All amazing hotels at great prices (resort fees to be added) - NYNY at £340pp, Mandalay Bay at £350pp, Mirage at £361pp, Aria at £441pp, Bellagio at £452pp. If you don't mind eating in resort, these could be great value options for a real wow factor.

Enjoy!
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Indirect flights with only 4 nights....
That's 13-15 hrs travel each way plus the 2-3hrs at the airport and dealing with jet lag. Dose up on Pro Plus when you get there and have a holiday when you get back to recover!
This is a terrible idea. Firstly the horrible non-direct flights, then going all that way for 4 nights? This is the west coast, you won’t even be over the jet lag.
Appreciate it’s not for everyone, however, this deal certainly has its place for its value. I personally like extended Vegas trips (10 nights+) but I know plenty of people who have thoroughly enjoyed 3-5 night trips, particularly as first timers. In fact, my cousin did this recently and loved it.

Would direct flights be preferable? Of course. But to enjoy Las Vegas, a city like no other, in a top quality hotel with no additional fees, for a snip over £300. Seriously...
baldass08/09/2019 22:02

Thisa isa a very gooda pricea for a da tripa


Wow, I didn’t realise Jar Jar Binks was on HUKD
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Indirect flights with only 4 nights....
That's 13-15 hrs travel each way plus the 2-3hrs at the airport and dealing with jet lag. Dose up on Pro Plus when you get there and have a holiday when you get back to recover!
This is a terrible idea. Firstly the horrible non-direct flights, then going all that way for 4 nights? This is the west coast, you won’t even be over the jet lag.
Appreciate it’s not for everyone, however, this deal certainly has its place for its value. I personally like extended Vegas trips (10 nights+) but I know plenty of people who have thoroughly enjoyed 3-5 night trips, particularly as first timers. In fact, my cousin did this recently and loved it.

Would direct flights be preferable? Of course. But to enjoy Las Vegas, a city like no other, in a top quality hotel with no additional fees, for a snip over £300. Seriously...
Thisa isa a very gooda pricea for a da tripa
Edited by: "baldass" 8th Sep
Are drinks free?
manbearpig08/09/2019 21:34

This is a terrible idea. Firstly the horrible non-direct flights, then …This is a terrible idea. Firstly the horrible non-direct flights, then going all that way for 4 nights? This is the west coast, you won’t even be over the jet lag.


I agree to an extent but you've got to admit this is a cracking deal if you're happy with the 4 days.

With that being said, I'm not even sure if I'd accept a free 4 day holiday to Vegas unless the spending money was included too. I went last year for 5 days because it was so cheap and I'd never do it again unless it was for a very specific reason. IMO, 7 days should be the absolute minimum when travelling that far, I don't like to do less than 10.
No issues with staying on UK time for a four night stay. There’s plenty to do all hours over there.

Would just say that the hotel used to showcase this deal is one of the worst you can stay in on the strip though. Worth hunting for a better one
I did a non-direct 4 night stay and had no issues. The fact us we didnt do much sleeping anyway so jet lag wasn't an issue.

Great deal
I’ve been twice this year, 7 nights in June and just back from 5 nights at the weekend.
Both were direct flights and I’d say 5 is the minimum for a trip there, direct is 10.5hrs, indirect although adds on maybe an extra 2/3/4hrs on each leg is still a sticky point for a 4 night trip.

I do agree that you can do whatever you wish and you don’t really need to have set times, it’s a 24/7 City.

I’m used to the higher end hotels but I’d certainly try to upgrade on the hotel, regardless of the great price and no resort fees it’s worth staying somewhere better like Mirage or Park MGM / NYNY if it’s available for a better prices.

Fantastic place, can’t wait to go back.
Edited by: "Gspaddock" 9th Sep
I went there once on a 757 changed at Cleveland and Los Angeles, with travel to and from airports it took a whole day. Enjoyed it and saved money but wouldn't do it again.
On the subject of length of holidays, Anaheim is something like a 3h30m drive away so you've always the option of visiting Disneyland if you're struggling for things to do for a longer stay.
What are the flight times? Depending on the flight times, you Could only get like 2 of the 4 days!

For 4 days, with in direct flights, you would have to get amazing flight times.... Which, I presume, won't be the ones offered at this price.
Tropicana is a nice hotel and they have Virgin Holidays office inside so this deal makes sense. They are not part of MGM or Caesars so have a hunch on rooms with no Resort fee similar to Treasure Island. 4 days is a bit short, but you can always add a few days elsewhere.
baldass08/09/2019 22:02

Thisa isa a very gooda pricea for a da tripa


Wow, I didn’t realise Jar Jar Binks was on HUKD
Don't worry the chavs will be jumping at this ,it's full of them now days in Vegas !!!!
It's now called chav Vegas.
Edited by: "telboy69" 9th Sep
aronsimmo08/09/2019 21:50

Appreciate it’s not for everyone, however, this deal certainly has its p …Appreciate it’s not for everyone, however, this deal certainly has its place for its value. I personally like extended Vegas trips (10 nights+) but I know plenty of people who have thoroughly enjoyed 3-5 night trips, particularly as first timers. In fact, my cousin did this recently and loved it.Would direct flights be preferable? Of course. But to enjoy Las Vegas, a city like no other, in a top quality hotel with no additional fees, for a snip over £300. Seriously...


The flights are what they are. Not gonna get direct at this price. Heat from me. Think it's a good way to feel the place out before deciding if it's for you. Although there is something for everyone.
DavidVonDavidson08/09/2019 20:34

Indirect flights with only 4 nights.... That's 13-15 hrs travel each way …Indirect flights with only 4 nights.... That's 13-15 hrs travel each way plus the 2-3hrs at the airport and dealing with jet lag. Dose up on Pro Plus when you get there and have a holiday when you get back to recover!


Totally agree. As someone who travels long haul a lot for work I'd see a trip to the west coast (with connections) for 4 nights as something to be endured rather than enjoyed. I suppose it depends somewhat on how much the novelty of air travel excites you, but your body certainly won't see this as a 'break'.
manbearpig08/09/2019 21:34

This is a terrible idea. Firstly the horrible non-direct flights, then …This is a terrible idea. Firstly the horrible non-direct flights, then going all that way for 4 nights? This is the west coast, you won’t even be over the jet lag.


Depends on what you do for those 4 nights in Vegas. But agree, mixing that with non-direct flights isn't the best so (for me atleast) it's hard to say whether this is a good deal or not because yes the flights are cheap as chips but being locked into just four nights is not the best. Weird too because I reckon they would be interested in letting you stay longer.
Edited by: "Gom8z" 9th Sep
aronsimmo08/09/2019 21:50

Appreciate it’s not for everyone, however, this deal certainly has its p …Appreciate it’s not for everyone, however, this deal certainly has its place for its value. I personally like extended Vegas trips (10 nights+) but I know plenty of people who have thoroughly enjoyed 3-5 night trips, particularly as first timers. In fact, my cousin did this recently and loved it.Would direct flights be preferable? Of course. But to enjoy Las Vegas, a city like no other, in a top quality hotel with no additional fees, for a snip over £300. Seriously...


I take your point, but I think you'd need to stay juiced up the entire time to actually enjoy this trip, and then be prepared to collapse on the flight home and have at least a day off work to recover. Might be fun if you are in your 20s and going with a group of mates, but I suspect it'd be a killer itinary for others.
I have done 3 nights in Vegas with direct flights and I can assure you, that when in Vegas jet lag will be the last thing on your mind. If you're going for a relaxing break, don't go to Vegas unless you're prepared to spend at least a week there. As for a quick trip with friends. This is ideal, but only with direct flights.
Tropicana is not one of the top hotels in Vegas but it is on the main strip and this is a great value which includes resort fees ($40 per room , per night).. In my experience as well as family and friends we find you suffer less of jet lag when you are travelling West than travelling East, hence whenever we travel to US the jet lag effect is not that bad but much worse when we return to UK from West, iv'e been told human body has greater difficulty in advancing its internal clock than delaying it .
I fly indirect to Vegas regularly, but there is no way i would do it for 4 nights, and wouldnt recomend it. I have done 4 nights in the past (direct) and wouldnt do that again either. good price tho
Edited by: "jukie" 9th Sep
Its a better idea to fly in to LAX. direct flights are 300-380 and its only 4hrs drive to Vegas.
manbearpig08/09/2019 21:34

This is a terrible idea. Firstly the horrible non-direct flights, then …This is a terrible idea. Firstly the horrible non-direct flights, then going all that way for 4 nights? This is the west coast, you won’t even be over the jet lag.


Man up. I’ve done this before for 2 nights. Sleep when you get home.
I regularly stay at the Tropicana and it's a fantastic hotel and resort. Equally, I did a 2 night stint in Vegas (granted with direct flights) and the jet lag will coincide with the hangover if you power through on the first night. Man up people. Vegas baby!
Great find. Arronsimmo. Booked - I'm off
telboy6909/09/2019 12:15

Don't worry the chavs will be jumping at this ,it's full of them now days …Don't worry the chavs will be jumping at this ,it's full of them now days in Vegas !!!!It's now called chav Vegas.


That’s why you should stay away from the cheap cheap hotels.
highstfurniture09/09/2019 13:45

Can be.... just play the slots all day.... free drinks on tap


Indeed. Any casino games will get you free drinks, just don’t forget to tip the waitress.

On the Virgin flight, my last experience was them running out of beer by the time we’d flown over Scotland.
Can I take my monkey?
Thanks for posting @aronsimmo we have added your deal to today's Highlights page
charliemike09/09/2019 16:49

Man up. I’ve done this before for 2 nights. Sleep when you get home.


- 8 hours time different at this time of the year. It’s freezing cold because it’s end of November.
If you plan to stay on Uk time and just go clubbing every night until 5am, it might work.
The 10 night prices are reasonable too considering how expensive it's been to go there recently. November has always been cheap but good prices have been few and far between for 10 nights the last few months.
manbearpig09/09/2019 20:05

- 8 hours time different at this time of the year. It’s freezing cold b …- 8 hours time different at this time of the year. It’s freezing cold because it’s end of November.If you plan to stay on Uk time and just go clubbing every night until 5am, it might work.


You've got the flight direction wrong. If you stay on UK time you'll be sleeping from late afternoon to the early hours Vegas time.

Staying on UK time only works if you're going eastbound. Worked a treat in the old days going clubbing in Goa.
How much are the buffets now
Ouzoherb10/09/2019 07:53

How much are the buffets now



The best deal on the strip is the Excalibur and Luxor "All-Day Pass" (valid for both) allows you to come and go as you like for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. During the week, this pass is $40 for adults, $27 for children... i think it's $45 for weekends
USA is just not cheap as years go where you could've breakfast for 99 cents (endless coffee included)
Top op..cheers..booked Mandalay 6nts £860..£430pp...happy days..gd flights too (considering indirect)... $30 per night credit too
zizi100010/09/2019 12:21

Top op..cheers..booked Mandalay 6nts £860..£430pp...happy days..gd flights …Top op..cheers..booked Mandalay 6nts £860..£430pp...happy days..gd flights too (considering indirect)... $30 per night credit too



Amazing! Enjoy ... best city in the world! Stayed at MB on my last trip too and had a wonderful time.
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