Las Vegas 14 nights flights direct with Thomas Cook - £569
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Las Vegas 14 nights flights direct with Thomas Cook - £569

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Found 17th Mar
Las Vegas 14 nights -

Direct flights from London Stansted -
21st august - 4th september 2017

Flights - £569 PP - flying with Thomas Cook

Hotel:
Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino £348 for a double premium room from TOP SECRET HOTELS on LAST MINUTE . COM

Resort fee's not included.

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This is the problem with this "added on " rip off...the price you quote doesn't seem so bad,but add on another £330 or so for resort fee,and it makes a big difference.
If you gamble enough,or have the balls to haggle hard enough,you may get a reduction on the resort fee,as a 14 night stay is a long time...but no guarantee.
Personally I wouldn't want to stay at the westgate,as its a bit out of the way,and you will have extra costs using the monorail most days.

Norwegian flights were doing £69 but I think it's now £132 each way direct from Edinburgh and a few other airports all year

If you go - please get a hire car - so much to see and do around that area not just "Vegas" and 2 weeks is plenty of time to sample it all. xx (Hoover Dam, Red Rock, G.Canyon etc)

If this is your first time in vegas, don't stay at the Westgate its off the strip and tired (Old Hilton Las Vegas), stay on the strip: Linq, Flamingo, NYNY, treasure island, Monte Carlo are all fairly reasonable and much better located.

And I second getting a Car, Vally of fire, Hover, Red Rock, Mt Charleston, GoodSprings are all worth a visit and under an hour. Day trip to LA can be had for $140 rtn via southwest. NOTE: Both MGM & CET charge $10 a day self-park or $25 valet. Unless you are Pearl (free self park) / Gold (Free valet) not sure CET level on their player scheme.

Also worth noting that 4th of Sept is Labour day in America, so table prices will be high and it'll be fairly busy. But you will get amazing sales in the Mall's and outlets.



Edited by: "Slim2k" 17th Mar

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Slim2k

If this is your first time in vegas, don't stay at the Westgate its off … If this is your first time in vegas, don't stay at the Westgate its off the strip and tired (Old Hilton Las Vegas), stay on the strip: Linq, Flamingo, NYNY, treasure island, Monte Carlo are all fairly reasonable and much better located.And I second getting a Car, Vally of fire, Hover, Red Rock, Mt Charleston, GoodSprings are all worth a visit and under an hour. Day trip to LA can be had for $140 rtn via southwest. NOTE: Both MGM & CET charge $10 a day self-park or $25 valet. Unless you are Pearl (free self park) / Gold (Free valet) not sure CET level on their player scheme.Also worth noting that 4th of Sept is Labour day in America, so table prices will be high and it'll be fairly busy. But you will get amazing sales in the Mall's and outlets.




only reason why i priced the westgate was because at the time of booking this holiday for myself i got the flights for £569 and the hotel excalibur for £460 for 2 weeks, but when i rechecked it a day later to post on here the offer had gone.
i agree with yuo about the car, ive been 3 times now this will be my 4th time to las vegas, car is necassary in my opinion even if you just get it for a few days and spend those days travelling.

mbordacs

only reason why i priced the westgate was because at the time of booking … only reason why i priced the westgate was because at the time of booking this holiday for myself i got the flights for £569 and the hotel excalibur for £460 for 2 weeks, but when i rechecked it a day later to post on here the offer had gone.i agree with yuo about the car, ive been 3 times now this will be my 4th time to las vegas, car is necassary in my opinion even if you just get it for a few days and spend those days travelling.




Email the hotel direct, much cheaper and pound/dollar can't get much worse (_;). Monte Carlo is worth checking as its going through a refurb and name change at the moment, heard rooms are cheap. Also ask if they can offer any complimentary breakfast, resort credit or freeplay with the room.

Agree, we are going next month, car booked for 5 days. M resort is worth a visit if you like to gamble, $5 BJ and craps. Dunno how much you gamble, but get urself a mLife card if you staying at a property and scan it for every single thing. Then check before you check out for any comps. They have never comp'd resort fee's but knocked a couple of quid off of our room bill.
Edited by: "Slim2k" 17th Mar

Hilton Grand Vacations at back of Planet Hollywood and linked via Miracle Mile. Free parking and last time there was no resort fee.

Vegas is great as a base for a road trip. Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Moab for Arches NP and Canyonlands NP, Page for Lake Powell NP, Antelope slot canyons and Big Bend, Zion NP and then back to Vegas for a few nights. Filled with wow factors everyday.
Edited by: "siadwel" 17th Mar

sox5

Norwegian flights were doing £69 but I think it's now £132 each way d … Norwegian flights were doing £69 but I think it's now £132 each way direct from Edinburgh and a few other airports all year



What dates? No flights at all between May and October when I checked

reformedEffortMaker

What dates? No flights at all between May and October when I checked



Are you sure its direct from Edinburgh? Just because I have never came across direct flights from my way except a handful of Glasgow ones during Summer.

mcguire85

Are you sure its direct from Edinburgh? Just because I have never came … Are you sure its direct from Edinburgh? Just because I have never came across direct flights from my way except a handful of Glasgow ones during Summer.



Glad it wasn't just me then!
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