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Your Questions About Las Vegas Hotels
What Las Vegas hotels offer permanent residency? I am contemplating about living at a big hotel for a while.?
Preferably the big hotels like the Steve Wynn, Bellagio, Mandalay Bay, Venetian, Mirage, Caesars etc. Would like to live there year round.
Las Vegas has a 30 day occupancy rule for hotels.
If you want to live onsite you would need to rent from the residence portions of the hotel = Palms Place, Signature at MGM, Trump, City Center, etc.
Wynn, Bellagio, and Caesars “might” have places.
MB, Venetian, Mirage, etc = for sure, don’t.
Best affordable hotels in the las vegas strip?
What are the best hotels in Las Vegas on the strip and are affordable/cheap without the rooms being run down/tacky.
I was planning on staying at the Palazzo hotel(I know its not cheap) for 3 nights but I just wanna have more options.
Also, pros and cons for the hotel/hotels you’ve listed?
Sure book with the promo codes you can find pretty much anywhere (best site is i4vegas and, to a lesser extent, smartervegas). However, Palazzo is going to be expensive no matter what. MGM will offer very nice room at much more affordable prices, or Luxor (Tower rooms only), or even the very nice Paris resort. Otherwise Tresure Island is affordable, though its rooms are small in my opinion. Mirage has beautiful rooms but it’s so noisy (no soundproofing in any way)…
Hotels In Las Vegas with a minimum age of 18?
I am looking for a Hotel in Vegas and most of them say you have to be at least 21 to check in. I am 20 and this really really sucks! I found some but I am not satisfied with their rooms, so if you could help me I would appreciate it!
Your options are limited, especially if you want to stay on the strip.
Riviera is your only sure bet on the strip, and it’s not that nice of a place. It’s not horrible, but it’s certainly showing its age. The location isn’t great either.
Some sites indicate that Mandarin Oriental, part of the City Center resorts, allows you to check in at 18. But others indicate that you must be 21; its own site does not say. It is a very nice hotel in a great location, but is considerably more expensive. You’d want to call to check on the age requirement there before booking.
Off the strip, you could consider LVH (formerly Las Vegas Hilton) – it’s just off the strip on the north end (near Riviera actually). The rooms are nice and the rates are low. Downtown, your best bet is Golden Nugget, another nice place with good rates.
Aside from chain hotels/motels away from the strip area, these are really your only options.
Which hotels in Las Vegas have indoor pools/heated pools?
I’m going to Las Vegas in January, and I was wondering which hotel I should book if I want to go swimming. I’m thinking that it’ll be pretty chilly in January so an outdoor pool probably wont be appealing. What are your experiences with this? Do people use the outdoor ones in winter?
You will find that many of the major hotels close their pools in the winter time.
This web site has information on all the major pools in Vegas.
There is no indoor pool at any of the Vegas Hotels.
Can you use a resort credit for a Las Vegas hotel towards your nightly room rate?
I have a resort credit of $100 for a Las Vegas Hotel. If I don’t charge anything to the room, can I use the credit towards the room rate when I check out/ pay?
No – resort credits are used towards anything that can be charged to your room but cannot be used towards room rates
What are the best hotels in Las Vegas?
Planning a trip this summer with my girlfriend. Both our first time going there. So anyone have any sugggestions?
It all depends on your budget.
Wynn, Encore, Bellagio, Venetian, Aria, Palazzo are all top of the line
Mandalay Bay, MGM Grand, Paris, Caesars Palace, Mirage, TI, Planet Hollywood – mid budget
NY NY, Luxor, Flamingo, Harrah’s, Ballys, Excalibur, Monte Carlo – economy
Tropicana, Imperial Palace, Circus Circus, Riviera, Sahara – low budget
Book directly from the hotels using their discount promo codes to get the maximum discounts. Here are a few codes.
Who cleans those huge chandeliers in Las Vegas hotels?
Some have staff to do it, and other will hire contracted personnel to do specialized cleaning.
Just depends on the place. I used to manage the commuter train stations for an east coast railroad and would hire contractors for that special work. Insurance and risk of employee injury was too high for the company if there was an incident, and the contractor had the equipment so we did not have to rent the stuff. Was cheaper to do it that way.
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