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$75-$99 -- Elegant 4-Star Hotel on the Strip, Save 40%
Source: Paris Las Vegas | By Jessica McNally

Rates at this "go-to spot" (Travel+Leisure) on the Strip are normally at least $125 per night
Select midweek dates through December

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86% (42 ratings)
Source: Palms Casino Resort

Five-minutes from the Strip, this hotel is a celebrity hot-spot with one of the best pool parties in town.
Most Sundays-Thursdays through December

90% (442 ratings)
Source: Harrah's Las Vegas

Stay in the center of the Strip, with easy access to top restaurants, big name shows and other hot spots.
Many Sundays-Thursdays in Aug., Nov. & Dec.

Source: The LINQ

U.S. News calls this hotel "the quintessential retreat for guests who enjoy top-notch features at an affordable price."
Most Sundays-Thursdays through December

Source: Flamingo Las Vegas

"This elaborately landscaped, pink, classic-era resort with a 15-acre pool complex is still one of the best choices in town" (Fodor's)
Many midweek dates Aug., Nov.-Dec.


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Source: Palms Place

Suites start at 600 square feet, plenty of space to spread out
Available year-round

91% (69 ratings)
Source: Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa

Red Rock Canyon’s scenic loop is a 20-minute car ride away
Available year-round

Member Favorite: 96% (26 ratings)
Source: Sunset Station Hotel & Casino

Panoramic views of the glittering Las Vegas lights and desert mountains
Available year-round


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Finding Las Vegas Hotel Deals
Las Vegas is one of the top tourist destinations in the world -- with more than 40 million annual visitors -- for good reason. It has something for everyone: dozens of mega resorts (many of which are AAA 4- and 5-Diamond hotels), fine dining (think celebrity chefs like Emeril, Thomas Keller, Wolfgang Puck, and Guy Fieri) and any type of entertainment you can imagine (the tallest observation wheel in the world, anyone?).

There’s really no bad time to visit -- the city is always hopping. The crowds descend from July through October, and around long-holiday weekends or specific events, such as March Madness and Spring Break. Many visitors know that the summers are very hot (this is the desert after all), but visitors are often surprised by how cold the city gets in the winter. Temps are sometimes 40 degrees or lower at night.

It’s also easy to get to Vegas from almost every major city in the US. Direct flights on any airline you can think of are easy to come by. And don’t forget; “What Happens Here, Stays Here.”