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Hotwire Hotel: Any tips or suggestions (10/19-10/22) Hotel Vegas Strip


steve2006
By steve2006,
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Hello All,

New to the forum as well as to the TOBB in general. I was looking at Hotwire and they have a 3* on North Strip for $105 avg night ($350) total. The amenties are Casino, Pool, Business Center, Golf/Tennis Nearby, Spa, Hi Speed Internet Access, Fitness Center, Restaurant. I think I have a fairly good idea of which place it is.

Any ideas or thoughts about if this is a good deal or could a lower rate be found (preferably North Strip, but South Strip would be fine). At least 3*.

TIA

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This is a match for both the Flamingo and the Riviera so either of those would be our best guess, although if i had to choose i'd lean towards it being the Riviera.

What is your maximum budget for these dates? (a "nice" 3* property usually goes for a bit more than $100/nite for weekend dates)

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If you're fine with either of those than i would take the HOTWIRE offer or try to beat it with priceline (if you're flexible enough to stay anywhere within the zone).

Another option is to book the Sahara for $112/nite (no booking fee so just about the same as the above)... the advantage being that the Sahara is refundable up until 3 days before your check-in date.

I don't think your budget is enough to get a 3 star on the 'main' part of the strip.

Let us know what you decide to do or if we can be of further help.

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Another option is to book the Sahara for $112/nite (no booking fee so just about the same as the above)... the advantage being that the Sahara is refundable up until 3 days before your check-in date.

I think booking the Sahara as a backup is a good idea so that you have a backup - and it is at the end of the Monorail. But frankly, $112 for the Sahara is steep. Last time I was there, the facilities were not that nice. Kinda run down. It's been a few years since I stayed there, so it may be better now.

The casino used to have some $1 craps and blackjack, but it hasn't for a while. Based on my recollection of the two, I think the Riveria would be preferable, but it's been a while since I've been in there too.

The Flamingo on the other hand, would be a great score.

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