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This is the Las Vegas you've been waiting for. Glowing with endless neon lights and whirring rides, audacious attractions – think miniature replicas of the Eiffel Tower and Venice – and more chip-clicking casinos than you can shake your stack of betting dollars at, the Las Vegas Strip is the place to be in Sin City. If you're looking to get the best value from your stack of betting dollars, seek out the Las Vegas Strip hotels in the less popular months of August, September and December. Be sure to dodge big sporting events like the Superbowl, too – they can crank up the room rates.

What are the Top Las Vegas Strip Hotels?

There are few places that sum up the sheer opulence of hotels in the Las Vegas Strip like The Venetian. Recreating the winding canals of its Italian namesake complete with bobbing gondolas and Renaissance exteriors, it's a real wonder to behold – 5-star service only adds to the package. Circus Circus, meanwhile, bills itself as a hotel and theme park in one – there's the adrenaline-pumping Adventuredome and bungee jumps for the more daring. Alternatively, enjoy a taste of the exotic at the shimmering Luxor Hotel, a place where buzzing Sin City meets the pyramids and sphinxes of ancient Egypt.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Las Vegas Strip?

If you're seeking a taste of the trademark opulence and extravagance of Nevada's Sin City, then you'll be impressed with the glimmering mega resorts that pepper South Las Vegas Boulevard – The Strip itself. Endless casinos, cocktail bars, cabaret shows, nightclubs and gaming halls await. More affordable and modest stays can be found on the quieter Paradise Road to the east if you'd prefer something a little further from the action. And there's a mix of traveller's hotels and hostels close to the Vegas Arts District in the north.

What are Hotels like in Las Vegas Strip?

Whether it's an elaborate remake of the Venetian Grand Canal, complete with ducal palaces, or a twisting rollercoaster that twirls and whirls between the glass-clad skyscrapers overhead, a rooftop pool with swim-up bars or plush lobbies that seem to extend forever in a montage of chandeliers and Art Deco furnishings, Las Vegas Strip hotels cover all bases at the more opulent end of the scale. However, you can still find simple dorm rooms and lobby spaces for backpackers, all just a stone's throw from the famous fountains of the Bellagio and the palm-shaded boulevards around Caesars Palace.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Las Vegas Strip?

Las Vegas Strip hotels might place you right at the heart of the action, but they don't have to break the budget before you've even hit the one-armed bandits. It's true you can spend over £300 a night on the plushest suites on South Las Vegas Boulevard, while the more affordable options cost between just £30 and £50 a night. On nearby Paradise Road, the motels and travel lodges cost on average just £60 a night, whereas close to the Arts District the rates drop to anything as low as £13 a night for a dorm room.

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