Website for Good Hotel Rates

posted 3 years ago in Honeymoons
Post # 3
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2474 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

Finding nice hotels at good prices in Vegas isn’t really that great or easy, even with sites like priceline, booking.com, orbit, etc. It’s all expensive unless you’re going during the week in off season. (This is assuming you want to stay on the strip).

What I would suggest is lasvegasadvisor.com. Sign up, and you’ll have access to all of the options for different hotels. 

I used this site, and I am going in late September; I got a high floor, remodeled room with a view and 2 queens at the MGM Grand for $130/night, for a Friday and Saturday. I haven’t been able to find anything comparable, unless it is at somewhere like the Flamingo or the Quad. 

 

Post # 6
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518 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

Have you tried Hotwire, or doing the “Name your Price” thing on priceline?  You can get some deals that way, if you’re comfortable with not knowing exactly what you’re going to get (but you have control over the area the hotel is in, and the star level).

I used to do Priceline all the time, got hotel rooms where the rate on their website was $200+ for around $50 a night.  Haven’t done it in a long time though.

Post # 8
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2912 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

@ThunderStruck:  trivago is good

It compares Expedia, hotels.com, venere, travelocity etc

Post # 9
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518 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

@ThunderStruck:  ha, I know right — seems like everybody finds these killer deals, but when I look, I can’t find anything!  good luck – and have fun!

Post # 10
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8592 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2013

Try smartervegas.com 

They collect all the hotel promos in one place so you can see where the best deals are. 

I also have gotten awesome rates simply by logging into harrahs or mlife with my players card (and I DON’T play hardly ever, I just have a card).  Between those two they own almost all of the casinos with the exception of Venetian/Palazzo and the Wynn properties.

I just had 4 nights at Paris (Wed-Sun) for a total of a little over $400 (including taxes and resort fees) because I got rates through my harrahs card (and once again, I never use it so it’s certainly not comps).  Fridays and Saturdays are the most expensive so I thought that was a great deal.

There are only a few I avoid.  I hate Bally’s, the Quad, and Excalibur (that smell) so I generally won’t stay there.   Flamingo can be fun and always seems to have cheap rates.  While I don’t care for the casino at Harrahs or the pool, the rooms are nice and they are also really cheap.

Post # 11
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1 posts
Wannabee
  • Wedding: October 2013

Really does depend when you intend on traveling to Vegas, as they can have quite good deals especially this time of the year.

 

GetARoom.com though is the site I often use for finding competitive prices for hotels when I’m planning a trip. 

 

At the moment prices seem to be starting at as little as $22 p/day onwards for popular hotels near the strip. So, is definitely a good time to head over there 🙂

 

Shaun

 

 

 

Post # 12
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2012

Hi @LuckyTraveler:  I see this is your first post on WBee… so a BIG Welcome to “the Hive”

You will note that the OP (Original Poster) posted this Question 2 months ago, and stated she was travelling at the end of September.

So altho your info is probably useful… she has no doubt come & gone.

For future reference… be sure and check the dates when replying to topics… as many here are Date sensitive (especially on the Honeymoon & Travel Board)

Hope this helps,

 

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