You may be the kind of traveler who likes to road trip in an RV rental to your favorite places. But, if you’re going to Las Vegas for your next vacation, you may want to consider staying in a hotel for a change.
Staying in an hotel instead of in an RV rental while in Las Vegas will allow you to have the full Las Vegas experience. It will put you in close proximity to the sights and sounds that you’ll want to see while in the area. It will also make it easy to go out and have nights on the town and have your bed nice and close, so you don’t have to worry about getting out to your campsite after a night of drinks.
Of course, we know that Las Vegas prices aren’t always the best for the budget-friendly traveler, but the good news is that there are some affordable options that have great rooms and amenities, so you’ll be able to find something perfect for you and your needs.
Here are some of the most affordable hotels in the city:
- The Linq Hotel & Casino-If you really want to get a low-priced option that may not offer the fanciest amenities or interior décor but offers all the comfort you may need for a good night’s sleep after exploring the city, the Linq Hotel and Casino is the option for you. Ideally located in the middle of the Strip, you really don’t have to go far to enjoy the Las Vegas vibe. In fact, the hotel itself has a casino should you never want to leave your place of comfort. With everything you could need in a hotel room, from a LED flat screen to bathroom extras and great on-site restaurants for eating at, you could spend your entire vacation at the Linq, if you wanted to. You may also get lucky and get some amazing views.
- Golden Nugget Las Vegas-Depending on the season, you can get a pretty great deal at this nugget in Las Vegas. Boasting of everything you may need for a lovely vacation at Las Vegas, the Golden Nugget Las Vegas is a great option. When the prices are right, it’s worth staying at a place with an outdoor pool, lovely furnishings, comfortable mattresses, saunas, and flat-screen cable TVs. The Strip is 3 miles away, so if you want to experience a more relaxed experience while still being close enough to the hustle and bustle, you can find it at Golden Nugget. With plenty of restaurants and a casino to boot, you can find everything that you may need at the hotel itself.
- Luxor Las Vegas-You may have seen this hotel in pictures and this may lead you to believe that it’s as pricey as they come. The great news is that this pyramid-shaped may be an icon but it isn’t priced outrageously. It has everything you need, including great eats, great rooms, and even a chapel for those who want to get hitched while in Las Vegas. If what you want is a real strip experience, the Luxor Las Vegas very well could be the ideal destination for you.
- Oasis at Gold Spike-In the middle of Las Vegas, the Oasis is a unique location in that it doesn’t have a casino like many other hotels. This could be a good thing if you would rather keep the gambling in the casinos you visit and return to your hotel with sleep in mind. It offers unique design and décor, with comfortable bedrooms with everything you could need. While there isn’t a lot of on-site dining available, you do have the Gold Spike bar and restaurant, should you get some cravings while in the hotel.
It may seem like you’d only find pricey hotels in Las Vegas. After all, Sin City boasts of some pretty amazing hotels. The good news is that you can find some great rooms for under $100 so you can stay near the Strip or on the Strip itself and take full advantage of your time in Las Vegas.
If it’s your first time in the city, you’re going to want to be near everything that there is to do and see in Las Vegas. What happens in Las Vegas stay in Las Vegas, so make sure that you stay in Las Vegas—and not on the outskirts.
As you consider whether you should rent an RV rental or find lodging for your trip to Las Vegas, consider doing something special by staying at one of the affordable hotels in the city. There are many affordable options available for the budget traveler. If you’re lucky, you can even snag a classy room for $50 a night, with enough research and advance preparation.