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Las Vegas flight and hotel 4 nights for two £610.72 Virgin Atlantic (+resort fee of £99 payable locally)
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Las Vegas flight and hotel 4 nights for two £610.72 Virgin Atlantic (+resort fee of £99 payable locally)

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Posted 21st Oct 2019

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Found this deal on Virgins website for Vegas at £399 return but found if you add indirect flights it reduces price to £366 and if you add promo code VERA100 to your booking it reduces holiday to £305 per person.

This hotel has a resort fee of $32 plus tax per room, per day (payable locally, subject to change)

It’s a weird website but you have to select direct flights first then change to indirect flights after you’ve selected the package.

Bargain if I say so my self, the aviation enthusiast inside me would do it to just fly on the 787.

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The hotel is pretty awful and too far away from the main part of The Strip. Wouldn’t recommend the hotel
You could change hotel to MGM for £363 per person, plus you get $30 food credit per day.
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sew10922/10/2019 05:17

It’s worse than pretty awful the rooms will be the manor rooms not in the m …It’s worse than pretty awful the rooms will be the manor rooms not in the main tower but old motel units in the car park its really grotty and the area is not good. as for the person who’s says “it’s per person as well” what do you mean ? A flight of 5k miles and a grotty hotel for about the same as a walk on fire from London to Manchester is amazing vslur


Are you likely to get your ass capped by a homie?
Quite possibly one of the worst hotels on the strip. I don’t know why Virgin and BA still sell these awful hotels. Are people that desperate to say they’ve been to Vegas that they are willing to stay in an absolute dump? Imagine staying here then taking a trip to Center strip and seeing all the hotels there, you’d cry.

Not sure Jan/Feb is the best time to go to Vegas but I guess the flight is a decent price but either upgrade to a better hotel or book your own.
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The hotel is pretty awful and too far away from the main part of The Strip. Wouldn’t recommend the hotel
Per person as well...
krs21/10/2019 23:58

The hotel is pretty awful and too far away from the main part of The …The hotel is pretty awful and too far away from the main part of The Strip. Wouldn’t recommend the hotel


Totally agree
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"the aviation enthusiast inside me would do it to just fly on the 787" I like that. My kind of thinking. Flew the BA 787-9 at the beginning of this month
krs21/10/2019 23:58

The hotel is pretty awful and too far away from the main part of The …The hotel is pretty awful and too far away from the main part of The Strip. Wouldn’t recommend the hotel


It’s worse than pretty awful the rooms will be the manor rooms not in the main tower but old motel units in the car park its really grotty and the area is not good.

as for the person who’s says “it’s per person as well” what do you mean ? A flight of 5k miles and a grotty hotel for about the same as a walk on fire from London to Manchester is amazing vslur
It would be cheaper to buy your own flights, use any hotel membership to match with Wyndham - you can use an AMEX Platinum or similar card to get status with hotel chains. Then through Wyndham, match it with Caesars rewards - then you can get rid of resort fees. I'm staying in Vegas for 3 nights $60 all in at a decent hotel, middle of the strip. Plus Casears rewards will give you $100 dining voucher, and 2 free tickets to a show.
sew10922/10/2019 05:17

It’s worse than pretty awful the rooms will be the manor rooms not in the m …It’s worse than pretty awful the rooms will be the manor rooms not in the main tower but old motel units in the car park its really grotty and the area is not good. as for the person who’s says “it’s per person as well” what do you mean ? A flight of 5k miles and a grotty hotel for about the same as a walk on fire from London to Manchester is amazing vslur


Are you likely to get your ass capped by a homie?
Pino12322/10/2019 02:10

It would be cheaper to buy your own flights, use any hotel membership to …It would be cheaper to buy your own flights, use any hotel membership to match with Wyndham - you can use an AMEX Platinum or similar card to get status with hotel chains. Then through Wyndham, match it with Caesars rewards - then you can get rid of resort fees. I'm staying in Vegas for 3 nights $60 all in at a decent hotel, middle of the strip. Plus Casears rewards will give you $100 dining voucher, and 2 free tickets to a show.


How do you get tickets to a show? I’m a diamond level card holder for caesars. Was sent the $100 meal email, but no me too of a show too
reformedEffortMaker22/10/2019 06:43

How do you get tickets to a show? I’m a diamond level card holder for c …How do you get tickets to a show? I’m a diamond level card holder for caesars. Was sent the $100 meal email, but no me too of a show too


Diamond and Seven Stars members are entitled to two free show tickets once a month in Las Vegas. Platinum member are entitled to two for one show tickets. Simply stop by the Caesars Rewards Center to pick up the voucher for the tickets.
Quite possibly one of the worst hotels on the strip. I don’t know why Virgin and BA still sell these awful hotels. Are people that desperate to say they’ve been to Vegas that they are willing to stay in an absolute dump? Imagine staying here then taking a trip to Center strip and seeing all the hotels there, you’d cry.

Not sure Jan/Feb is the best time to go to Vegas but I guess the flight is a decent price but either upgrade to a better hotel or book your own.
Is there also a tax now to pay in Las Vegas hotels? Like an entertainment tax or something.
Stayed here 10years ago for two weeks first room was awful got moved to another room bathroom floor was wet through a leak then got moved to another room which was brilliant I was ok where it was had a brilliant fortnight I'd love to go back again.
.we went in march wasn't too hot probably still around 80 f hot enough for me tho
Voted hot its Vegas 😁
Edited by: "royy" 22nd Oct 2019
You could change hotel to MGM for £363 per person, plus you get $30 food credit per day.
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Its damn hot for the price....yeah Circus Circus has seen better days but change it up for another hotel like MGM suggetsion.

£300 is as cheap as it gets for just the flights usually
Pino12322/10/2019 02:10

It would be cheaper to buy your own flights, use any hotel membership to …It would be cheaper to buy your own flights, use any hotel membership to match with Wyndham - you can use an AMEX Platinum or similar card to get status with hotel chains. Then through Wyndham, match it with Caesars rewards - then you can get rid of resort fees. I'm staying in Vegas for 3 nights $60 all in at a decent hotel, middle of the strip. Plus Casears rewards will give you $100 dining voucher, and 2 free tickets to a show.


I guess you mean spending more money but cheaper in the long run / for what you get ...some good tips in there for those that can take advantage .

Can you elaborate on the no resort fees....I have status in Hilton and had seen that it was a possibility to mach to Caesars but havent looked into it yet and didnt realize they own quite a few of the strip hotels ..obviously Caesars but Paris i figured would be a good value option bang in the middle of the strip
Joe.Lucas1o22/10/2019 08:01

You could change hotel to MGM for £363 per person, plus you get $30 food …You could change hotel to MGM for £363 per person, plus you get $30 food credit per day.[Image]


Excellent suggestion.
MGM Grand is a palace compared to CC.
The $30 a night basically pays for the resort fee.
Edited by: "Gspaddock" 22nd Oct 2019
daniellndn22/10/2019 07:23

Is there also a tax now to pay in Las Vegas hotels? Like an entertainment …Is there also a tax now to pay in Las Vegas hotels? Like an entertainment tax or something.


Resort fee per night.
Different prices for different hotels but average about $40/night.
mgk22/10/2019 08:25

I guess you mean spending more money but cheaper in the long run / for …I guess you mean spending more money but cheaper in the long run / for what you get ...some good tips in there for those that can take advantage .Can you elaborate on the no resort fees....I have status in Hilton and had seen that it was a possibility to mach to Caesars but havent looked into it yet and didnt realize they own quite a few of the strip hotels ..obviously Caesars but Paris i figured would be a good value option bang in the middle of the strip


Hilton should waive resort fees for Diamond members on reward stays only.

To match Hilton with Caesars, sign up to Wyndham and status match Hilton membership (wyndhamhotels.com/wyn…tch). Then match Wyndham to Caesars (caesars.com/myr…rts).


The Caesars Diamond membership will waive resort fees, give you free parking at all Caesar properties, and a load of stuff really. Worth checking out.
Don’t waste your time, the hotel is is right at the end of the strip miles away from everything. It’s also really run down and grubby. It’s only saving grace is the mini theme park which young families would enjoy
mgk22/10/2019 08:21

Its damn hot for the price....yeah Circus Circus has seen better days but …Its damn hot for the price....yeah Circus Circus has seen better days but change it up for another hotel like MGM suggetsion.£300 is as cheap as it gets for just the flights usually


Yes, I was wondering, could you book your own hotel and just take the flights?
zcaprd722/10/2019 09:19

Yes, I was wondering, could you book your own hotel and just take the …Yes, I was wondering, could you book your own hotel and just take the flights?


Dont see any reason why not.....the flight will be separate from the hotel anyway I imagine...not like a old fashioned package holiday
zcaprd722/10/2019 09:19

Yes, I was wondering, could you book your own hotel and just take the …Yes, I was wondering, could you book your own hotel and just take the flights?


Yeah, won’t be a problem. Not sure on Virgin but BA let you choose how many nights you require and as long as you keep at least 1 night then the package remains and also provides ATOL protection.
You could of course just not turn up at the hotel, Virgin won’t give a toss.
Awful hotel
Cold weather
Cheap price
Rather pay more when Vegas warms up

Oh, and 4 nights isn’t enough.
Edited by: "Cumbrian.Hammer" 22nd Oct 2019
OMG Circus Circus, I'd rather stay in a Premier Inn. You actually stick to the carpet as you walk through the place. You can do better than this dump.
January can be a fantastic time to go to Vegas. Cool days in crystal clear air and sunshine. No crowds,.Obviously cheaper. Worth a thought if pool parties are not your thing.
Gspaddock22/10/2019 07:17

Quite possibly one of the worst hotels on the strip. I don’t know why V …Quite possibly one of the worst hotels on the strip. I don’t know why Virgin and BA still sell these awful hotels. Are people that desperate to say they’ve been to Vegas that they are willing to stay in an absolute dump? Imagine staying here then taking a trip to Center strip and seeing all the hotels there, you’d cry.Not sure Jan/Feb is the best time to go to Vegas but I guess the flight is a decent price but either upgrade to a better hotel or book your own.


Not even quite possibly - definitely we've been going to LV for the last 20 years and Circus Circus is known for its awful accommodation and location. I am amazed that its still in business - the manor rooms have been voted worst on strip in many places this you tube video says it all youtube.com/wat…uuI
Vegas is past it's sell by date. It's barely changed in 20 years, has become seedy again and is now expensive. The days of cheap hotel rooms and decent $10 buffets are long gone. The chance of getting a free drink in a casino is as low as finding one that had an atmosphere.

The only reason any one sensible would go there is to see the beauty thereabouts (Grand Canyon, Valley of Fire etc).
Swear they were knocking Circus Circus down well over a decade ago, no clue how it's still there! Visited in June and still a dump. But, the price is a bargain and Uber's are extremely cheap/simple so strip location isn't much of a worry.
Circus Circus? NO WAY.
If you Join Virgins rewards, you should get 7% off too
Last time I flew with virgin to vegas the cabin crew refused to give out alcoholic drinks except when they took the drinks cart round and they only did that 3 times in an 11 hour flight.
Considering how long the flight is, is 4 nights enough?
4 nights isn’t long enough and this literally is (apart from a couple of the travel lodges & Excalibur) the worst hotel on the strip.
Edited by: "ExeCuteUK123" 22nd Oct 2019
Been to Vegas eight times, stayed in CC three times, last two years ago. It's not great but it is one of the cheapest on the strip. Do insist on the main hotel, however.
Some strange comments here; I've been to Vegas seven times - Circus Circus is a fun hotel with low stakes gambling (Blackjack, Cr&ps & Roulette especially) & doesn't charge stupid 'resort fees' either. It's a shame the Riviera over the road is no longer & after Stardust & The Frontier were imploded CC is a bit stranded near the top of the strip but the Deuce bus stops very regularly right outside & you're at New York New York in ~20 minutes then can spend your day ambling back up the strip at your leisure. But as others have said, 4 days in Vegas is just silly.
Definately the wrong time of year to go. April/May at the earliest! Pools are even closed in December/Jan due to cold weather
This flight stops in LAX for refuelling in case anyone is interested.

Kindest regards

Thanks
firstofficer22/10/2019 21:56

This flight stops in LAX for refuelling in case anyone is …This flight stops in LAX for refuelling in case anyone is interested.Kindest regardsThanks


You say this every flipping post.
zx636r22/10/2019 06:06

Are you likely to get your ass capped by a homie?


There are needle bins in the toilets. I don't think they are for diabetics. This was a few years ago mind.
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