Win big on hotel deals in Las Vegas

Sin City hotel rates are getting cheaper, thanks to the slow economy.

USA Weekend Magazine
Aug. 10, 2008

by Everett Potter

Here's where to find the jackpots (rates subject to change): Midweek deals offer the best bang. Example: For a three-night stay in late August, average rates at Circus Circus were $41.94 a night, while Paris Las Vegas was $126.90 and Caesars Palace was $154.21. The site lets you compare prices over a range of days to secure the best hotel/air deals. Not only do airfares differ, but occupancy of Las Vegas hotels waxes and wanes with conventions. Rates vary enough that it pays to be flexible. Take a three-night air/hotel package to Planet Hollywood from Charlotte, N.C.: Leaving on Aug. 24, it costs $766.30 per person; go a day earlier and it drops to $588.88. Check the "special offers" area of this site for hotel deals. A recent listing: Boulder Station from $49.99 a night.

Hotel websites. Even the tony Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas is offering a third night free through Jan. 6, 2009. And the five-star Bellagio has slow days in September when you can grab a room for $159.

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