Cheap Las Vegas Vacations

Cheap vacations to Las Vegas are available even if you stay in the some of the most luxurious hotels on the Las Vegas Strip. Gaming is the name of the game in this city, and hotels make their profit margins in the casinos. Even the prestigious Bellagio Las Vegas regularly offers promotions and other deep discounts. Like many other hotels, it offers air and hotel vacation packages that include cheap travel to Las Vegas on flights from your home city. There are also dining packages that include certain meals and entertainment packages that include tickets to Las Vegas shows, concerts, and other special events. All in all, keep your eyes on the travel deals and it won't take long to find a cheap way to experience Vegas.

The best cheap vacation to Vegas does not have to include the most high-end of the luxury hotels. There are numerous mid-range properties, both on the Strip and hotels off the Strip, which offer wonderful accommodations at very reasonable prices. These range from the venerable Caesars Palace built in 1966 to the unpretentious Travelodge Las Vegas. Caesars Palace provides all the bells and whistles you expect from Vegas (massive casino and headliner shows) at a very affordable price. Those people looking for cheap travel to Las Vegas that places you in an excellent location to enjoy everything the Strip has to offer while spending the least amount possible on lodging might choose the Travelodge. The Travelodge offers good motel-style accommodation in close proximity to all the excitement the city has to offer. Other great options right on the Strip that regularly offer rock-bottom prices are the Excalibur, Luxor, and Stratosphere.

Perhaps the best cheap vacation to Vegas deal can be found in the arena of romance. You can find excellent deals based on getting hitched—from bachelor and bachelorette parties to the ceremony itself and the romantic honeymoon afterward. Las Vegas weddings have been popular since gambling became legal in 1931. The same lenient state laws that allowed gambling also eliminated many of the formalities and waiting periods for getting married. Some of the first cheap vacations to Las Vegas were quick getaways to get married. Ironically, the same lenient laws made getting divorced just as cheap and convenient, and the city continues to rule as both the wedding and divorce capital of the United States.

It's known as Sin City, but there are plenty of cheap vacations to Las Vegas that cater to families with children. Many of the theme hotels, from the Excalibur with its castles and knights and maidens in distress to the Stratosphere with its hair-raising roller coaster, delight children of all ages.

The best cheap vacation to Vegas if you simply want to spend as little as possible is an all inclusive vacation. These include everything from flights and hotel accommodations to meals and even casino credits. Many choose this option so that they are spending as little as possible on all the extras. You can find great cheap travel to Las Vegas by using the booking tool on the Destination 360 website, directly from airlines, and using the many promotional codes that are offered by hotels. You can also save money by staying at some of the vacation resorts outside of the city or hotels in nearby towns such as Laughlin, North Las Vegas, and Henderson. Most of these have their own casinos, and all of them place you in areas where a great deal of outdoor activity is possible.

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