Las Vegas Hotel Deals are right here, folks! SAVE big with our collection of cheap deals and specials offers via third party website offering some major bargains on Vegas hotels. Are the days of cheap Las Vegas hotels history? Not completely. In this post Covid era great Vegas hotel deals are not that hard to come by. We've scoured the internet for Las Vegas hotel discounts, deals, promotional codes, coupons, offers, you name it, at some of the most popular resorts on the Strip. Don't overpay for hotel rooms, always insist on saving by getting a discount. Deals updated February 29, 2024:
Vegas.com is the home town website for Las Vegas and since the folks that manage this website are so darn connected in Vegas they always seem to come up with some killer Las Vegas hotel deals. For example, this October get 10% off any hotel just for signing up to the Vegas.com mailing list. Or, better yet, take 20% off your pick of Casears Palace, Bally's or Flamingo. Now those are red hot Vegas deals! Here's a link to that.
Hotels.com is huuuuggggeee and so are some of their Las Vegas hotel discounts. This month they've slashed room and suite prices by up to 30% off for The Rio, Bally's, Mardi Gras, Sonesta (off the Strip), Planet Hollywood, and more. Check out their hotel deals here.
We love Booking.com because the website is super fast, easy to navigate, offers free cancellation on most bookings and, best of all, it's cheap! Most Las Vegas hotels are on sale this month and here are a few of the better hotel deals at this website: 50% off Aria, 10% of Embassy Suites, 40% Arizona Charlie's Decatur, 30% of The Venetian, and there are a ton more hotel deals here.
Expedia claims to have Vegas hotel deals from $22. We check this claim out, of course, and we couldn't find a Las Vegas hotel for $22, but we suspect that if we had, it might not be one that we'd want to lay our heads down at. Now that's not to say that Expedia doens't have some discounts for Vegas hotels, because they really do, some darn good deals in fact like these: 25% off The Palazzo, 30% off Paris Las Vegas, 20% off Caesars Palace and last but not least, 20% off Planet Hollywood. Here's a link to that.
Kayak consolidates deals from around the web, it's a pretty handy tool when you're looking to compare and contrast hotel deals because it saves you the hassle of having to visit a bunch of websites, but does Kayak have good deals? Yup, check these discounts out: a "private deal" at Treasure Island, a secret 4-star hotels for $49, double points when you stay at a Best Western hotel, Pricebreaker deals for a Vegas hotel with a swimming pool on The Strip and a few Vegas hotel discount codes. Here's a link to that.
Good hotel prices are great, but so are good terms such as free cancellation, fully refundable cancellation with no fees, no hotel fees, you get my point. Orbtiz has good terms, we love that. Almost all of their Las Vegas hotels are fully refundable like Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas and The STRAT hotel. But, they've also got great Las Vegas hotel discounts like 20% off Cannery Hotel, 25% off Four Queens in downtown Las Vegas, 30% off Paris Las Vegas and free breakfast at Residence Inn by Marriott Las Vegas Hughes Center. Here's a link to that.
First hotel deal at Groupon is to sign up for their email list which will yield 20% off. Other awesome hotel deals at Groupon are 62% The STRAT hotel (yes you read that correctly), 51% off OYO Hotel Las Vegas and special "hidden prices" for Excalibur, Bally's and The LINQ. Here's a link to that.
The competition for your Vegas hotel purchase is heating up and Priceline's come out with some major deals in order to keep competitive! Mandalay Bay hotel at 57% off--wow! $131 for your pick of Planet Hollywood, Bally's or Paris Las Vegas--a deep discount from the normal hotel retail rate offered by these hotels. 24% off Treasure Island and 56% of Westgate Las Vegas. These are some good Vegas hotel deals, folks. Here's a link to that.
The first step in saving money at Travelocity is to join their "Member Discounts" list because when you do you'll get up to 10% off Vegas hotels--a great start. Let's outline the more significant Vegas hotel deals at Travelocity: 33% off Golden Nugget in downtown Las Vegas, 25% off Four Queens hotel, also downtown; 20% of Rio (off the Strip), 20% off The Palazzo--awesome deal, 10% off Trump hotel Las Vegas and finally 20% off Harrah's Las Vegas. Here's a link to that.
Lastminute offers "Top Secret" hotel deals, which means you'll need to sign up to see these special deals and determine if they're good for you. In our experience, these deals aren't worth the trouble...but if you're really in need then try this avenue out. Here's a link to that.
Trivago is another comparison website and they do a really good job of sniffing out killer Vegas hotel deals so it's worth the time to check out their offerings. On tap for this month The Venetian at a slightly lower price than normal, same with the LINQ deal that'll send you off to hotels.com and Arizona Charlies Decatur (off the Strip) is offered for 14% off. So so hotel deals this month from Trivago, let's see what next month brings. Here's a link to that.
Sometimes booking a Vegas hotel right at the source is best, other times not. MGM Resorts owns a boatload of Las Vegas hotels (mostly on the Strip) so they can discount aggressively when forced to--and that's the key, if they're forced to they'll offer great hotel deals, but that's not always the case. The best hotel deals will almost always come from websites that have too much hotel room inventory and have to discount thier inventory to get "butts in beds" as hotel industry insiders say. What's on top for MGM Resorts this month: 15% off Flexible Rates--that is a discount off their highest rate, not a good deal. Next: up to a $75 off food & beverage credit, per night. Not bad but I still want hotel discounts not added value. Next deal: AAA member discount of 10% and senior discounts of 5%....I'm getting bored here. Sorry folks, MGM Resorts is just not offering much when compared to the big hotel websites out there like booking.com or hotels.com. Here's a link to that.
We love the Venetain, it's a beautiful Strip property with so many amenities and options and things to do that you'll forget to there's a world outside of it to explore. There's a single deal at Venetian at the moment: up to 25% off room rates using promo code JAFDFSP. If you join Grazie Rewards, the Venetian loyalty program, you'll get an additional 5% off room rates. Meh. Here's a link to that.
Love is in the air. That's right Westgate's all about love at the moment. We're not sure why they'd promote a Valentine's Weekend package but they are with they're Love is in the Air special. You'll get 4 days/3nights dining, champagn and treats at an undisclosed discount. Also at Westgate is the usual 10% off room rates for AAA members and seniors 50 years and older. Here's a link to that.
Cheaphotels has got major price drops for Vegas hotels from their originally listed price. Half off Treasure Island hotel, 10% off Tahti Village, 20% off Cancun Resort, 20% off Polo Tower and a few other Vegas hotel deals. Nice hotel deals, but they're mostly for second tier Vegas hotels, we spoted no deals at all for top tier hotels such as Venetain and Mandalay Bay. Here's a link to that.
No Las Vegas hotel deals to be found at Hilton.com. Sorry folks.
Generally Southwest Vacations has at least one or two Vegas deals available but at the moment there are 0, not even a promo code. Here's a link to that.
It's hard to compare Vegas hotel deals at Hotwire because they tend to hide the name of their hotel deals but we'll bring you what we can. Here's a link to that.
Like MGM Entertainmnet, Caesars Entertainment is an on-the-ground Vegas hotel operator, so they set the prices for many Vegas hotels and therefore should have the very best hotel deal prices for Sin City. But, also like MGM Entertainment, they don't have optimal pricing for their hotel rooms because they sell their rooms at the highest price the market will bear, then offer the remaining, unsold rooms to online hotel websites/consolidators who try to squeeze out as much profit as they can but will discount them if the market won't bite at high prices. Ok, enough with the lesson on how rooms are sold in the hotel industry--what are the hotel deals with Caesars Entertainment? There are three, thoroughly stale and monotonous deal on offer: Best Available Rate which gives 20% off normal (expensive) room rates; Stay Longer and Save up to 20%--same deal here, you'll get 20% off already high room prices; and lastly Advanced Purchase Savings which offers "additional savings" when booking hotel rooms 30+ days in advance. Boring. Here's a link to that.
Ok, we're getting a bit closer to reasonable deals with Vegas hotels. Cosmopolitain hotel is offering "Bite the Urge", which by the way they ALWAYS offer so it's really hard to call this a deal. Bite the Urge gives you a $150 f&b credit for a 3-night minimum stay. Now, of course, you'll end up paying a higher than normal room rate to help offset the hotel's cost for the $150 credit--but there are some nights on the hotel calendar that are cheaper than others so you can get a good deal from this offer. Here's a link to that.
Agoda's got some good deals for first tier Las Vegas hotels: 29% off Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, 60% off Rio All Suite hotel, 40% off The Mirage hotel and 60% off Excalibur hotel. Not bad on the hotel deal front. Here's a link to that.
Tripadvisor is not only a hotel reviews website but also a hotels comparison website, they list hotel prices from numerous other hotel websites and allow you to compare prices for any given hotel. So what types of Vegas deals are there on Tripadvisor: Bellagio from $504, Tahiti Village from $169, Downtown Grand Hotel from $60, Four Seasons Las Vegas from $583, Hilton Grand Vacatios Club Las Vegas from $114, New York-New York Hotel from $152. Good deals here but I'm not certain they're better than anywhere else on the web. Here's a link to that.