Seven nights in Las Vegas (+$35 resort fee per night) and New York City - from £599 (based on two sharing) at Travelup
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Seven nights in Las Vegas (+$35 resort fee per night) and New York City - from £599 (based on two sharing) at Travelup

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Posted 3rd Jun
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Return flights from London Four nights stay at the 3* Excalibur Hotel in Las Vegas Three nights stay at 3* Ameritiana Hotel in New York City Internal flight from Las Vegas to New York City Price based on 7th January 2020 departure, other dates are available at a supplement Deposits from £49ppTerms & Conditions[image missing]
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About $120 of resort fees in Vegas
For an extra $150 you could have a much much better Vegas hotel - MGM Grand for example.
And yes, don’t forget the resort fees.
And also the $20 room upgrade. Even an awkward Englishman managed it. Plenty of vids on YouTube but basically at check in give them $20 and ask if there are any nicer rooms.
That sounds like a genuinely awful way to do this trip. London to Las Vegas is a ten hour flight. Las Vegas to New York is a 5 hour flight. New York to London is just shy of 7 hours. So that's almost 1 full day of flight time in one week - probably not worth the stress.
Plus new york in January is cold and grim
Awful time of year to go Im afraid, NY is very cold in the winter
Loreki03/06/2019 20:21

That sounds like a genuinely awful way to do this trip. London to Las …That sounds like a genuinely awful way to do this trip. London to Las Vegas is a ten hour flight. Las Vegas to New York is a 5 hour flight. New York to London is just shy of 7 hours. So that's almost 1 full day of flight time in one week - probably not worth the stress.


Can you advise on an easier way to get to Las Vegas? (it's about 11h). Likewise from LV to NY? Etc
Loreki03/06/2019 20:21

That sounds like a genuinely awful way to do this trip. London to Las …That sounds like a genuinely awful way to do this trip. London to Las Vegas is a ten hour flight. Las Vegas to New York is a 5 hour flight. New York to London is just shy of 7 hours. So that's almost 1 full day of flight time in one week - probably not worth the stress.


Is it shorter if you go in reverse?
black.knight03/06/2019 22:39

Can you advise on an easier way to get to Las Vegas? (it's about 11h). …Can you advise on an easier way to get to Las Vegas? (it's about 11h). Likewise from LV to NY? Etc


No, I can't. What I'm saying is that you shouldn't try to visit two cities which are two thousand miles apart in one week. I think you'd enjoy it more if you took a longer trip or did the two cities as separate holidays.
Loreki04/06/2019 05:44

No, I can't. What I'm saying is that you shouldn't try to visit two cities …No, I can't. What I'm saying is that you shouldn't try to visit two cities which are two thousand miles apart in one week. I think you'd enjoy it more if you took a longer trip or did the two cities as separate holidays.


That's not what you said. The deal is the deal and if you increase the duration or take two trips, you wouldn't get it for that price.

2 trips in January would still not be brilliant given the pools being shut and temperatures in both Vegas and NY.
The Excalibur hotel is pretty dire. Easily the worst hotel that end of the strip.
MungoSplodge04/06/2019 08:15

The Excalibur hotel is pretty dire. Easily the worst hotel that end of the …The Excalibur hotel is pretty dire. Easily the worst hotel that end of the strip.


That would be Hooters (apart from the waitresses). Excalibur was completely refurbished about 5 years ago, the rooms are fine. You wouldn't eat there or see a show but the rooms and location are fine for a cheap break.

EDIT - the pool is also fine there although won't be open in January.
Edited by: "black.knight" 4th Jun
black.knight04/06/2019 13:06

That would be Hooters (apart from the waitresses). Excalibur was …That would be Hooters (apart from the waitresses). Excalibur was completely refurbished about 5 years ago, the rooms are fine. You wouldn't eat there or see a show but the rooms and location are fine for a cheap break.EDIT - the pool is also fine there although won't be open in January.



Thats good to know, i was there 10 years ago and some of my family stayed there. It is in a great location thats for sure.
We are going to San Francisco next March. BA £1800 for four adults and car hire. Then doing the SF/LA/LV circle. Las Vegas should be about 26 degree and Death Valley the same so can enjoy the scenery.
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